The Internal Revenue Service suspect that Russian hackers are the culprits who stole the tax records of at least 100,000 people this year, and—yep, you read that right. Russian hackers! If you’re getting déjà vu, that’s because this marks the third time in very recent history that US government websites have been…
Just when I thought nobody could get crazier than these Ukrainians, here come two Russians doing high risk stunts perched on some sort of electrical or radio tower without any safety measures whatsoever. Not only they put their lives on the line, but they insist on increasing the chances of a major failure.
Witness the idiocy of these crazy Russian kids being towed in sleds at really high speeds. Make sure to watch the entire video, because it really gets nuts. How fast are they going? 60mph? More? I don't know, but for sure it's way too much.
What the hell, you Russian kids, are you absolutely insane? What's wrong with you! Check out these dudes climbing the 650-meter tall Shanghai Tower equipped with nothing but their hands and GoPro cameras. It's crazy.
Kirill Oreshkin doesn't appear to have any fear or vertigo. That or he's the craziest of the craziest Russians who climb—without any safety measures—to the top of buildings, cranes, towers or any other structure that guarantees that they would end like a flesh omelette if they make the tiniest mistake.
Here's another heartbeat-accelerating video courtesy of your usual bunch of suicidal Russians: Ropejumping off the rock walls of North Nassrani, in Jordan. The crazy thing about ropejumping is that you really risk your physical integrity by doing it.
Remember the young Russian photographers who illegally climbed the Great Pyramid of Giza a few months back? They're back, fresh off a month-long Eurotrip which took them to the Cologne Cathedral, Gaudi's Sagrada Familia, and at least one police station. And the photos they brought back will make your palms sweat.
After 20 years of drilling, Russian scientists have finally punched a hole in the bottom of the planet to reach the ancient lake 13,000 feet beneath Antarctica. So what now?
Apparently Russia has a slight problem with some crazy-skinhead running around town with an axe, hacking into ATMs. Evidence of his second destruction was caught on CCTV by the ATM, which sadly didn't fare too well:
Kaspersky Labs, a cybersecurity group based in Russia, was recently awarded the patent for a hardware antivirus device that aims to keep your computer secure by attaching directly to the disk drive, below rootkit access.
It wasn't the fury of Thor or an alien portal or the Second Coming of Hey-Zeus. Here you have the explanation of the mysterious giant spiral that happened yesternight in Norway, computer simulation included.
People are freaking out all over Norway because of what you are seeing here. According to Norwegian news outlets, the spooky giant spiral was seen, photographed, and recorded on video from all over the country. Updated.
DIY builder Mikhail Levchenko's homemade backyard observatory once made a drunken Russian give up the sauce for good after revealing Saturn's rings to him one fateful night. Now, the telescope, which has been dormant for years, is getting a push to be restored and brought back online in time for a full solar eclipse…
Murderous aliens with secret connections to the Russian government ruin an innocent vacation with their cold, emotionless black eyes and hearts in Project Grey. Five friends go on a weekend camping trip, but only one makes it out alive. When the sole survivor is questioned by the government he explains that his…
$100 million will buy you a ride on the Russian Space Federation's Soyuz TMA Spacecraft in 2008/2009. [SpaceAdventures]
Not content with teledildonics, the Russians have come up with a design for telealcoholics. Apparently Russians drink a lot. And they link to drink socially and in business situations.