This short film, The King Crab by Oscar Hudson, uses Rudyard Kipling’s story, The Crab That Played with the Sea, as an inspiration to show how though a king crab can look fearsome and monstrous, it is hardly as intimidating as it looks. Especially when the mighty king crab is doomed for the kitchen.
The Antikythera mechanism, one of the world's oldest known gadgets, has coughed up another secret. In addition to tracking time and upcoming Olympic games, the mechanism was also great at tracking the motion of the Sun across the sky.
This graphic captures data from 22,000 horoscopes. All the signs show the same vague words that can be applied to anyone willing to believe. No news here: Astrologers, diviners and similar animals are just a bunch of deceptive crooks.
Not only are we smart, charming and pretty here at Gizmodo, we are also fantastically cultured. As the Chinese New Year is upon us, we would like to take this opportunity to wish all those celebrating it a smashing new year. As
a Chinese restaurant placemat our research informs us, the Chinese calendar cycles every…
Just watched Million Dollar Baby and this is kind of like this. Except the Tapwave rarely wailed on anyone's buttocks. The Zodiac, my friends, is gone.