If you ever needed another excuse to put down your phone while driving, this is it — proof that the human body is not meant to withstand the trauma of a car crash.
As part of a new road safety campaign, the Australian government has been working with Melbourne sculptor Patricia Piccinini, a leading trauma surgeon, and a road safety engineer to create a human that could survive a car crash.
This is Graham. You probably don't look like Graham.
Graham has no neck, meaning he can’t break it; a flat, fatty face to protect his nose and ears; extra nipples between each rib to act as airbags; and a thick skin.
Victoria’s Transport Accident Commission
You probably know that apples grow on trees and that green beans don’t just magically show up from the vegetable fairy, but there are some foods that might make it to the store or your table in a way that is way more unusual than you think.
Who knew we are actually eating roots, buds, and bark?
Well, there are a few details that we’ll get to, but the takeaway is that pizza is love and now science wants you to make pizza love, not Cupcake Wars.
According to a study at UC San Francisco and Touro University California, foods that are high in calories, but low in sugar — like pizza — are healthier than high calorie foods that are high in sugar.
Here’s the deal.
The study examined the diets of 43 overweight children for nine days, during which time researchers slowly swapped the children’s sugar snacks for snacks that had lower sugar content but were still high-calorie.
So you’re headed out into the Great Outdoors. You have your tent, your clothes, and your food, but you’re probably missing a few simple things that can make roughing it a little less rough…like S’moreoes, for example.
What’s a S’moreo, you ask? You’re about to find out…
Make single-use soap leaves from a bar of soap and a vegetable peeler.
No more worrying about dropping the whole bar in dirt or wasting soap, and as an added bonus, you can also rub soap on mosquito bites to relieve the itchiness.
Do you believe in superstition?
One dude decided to tempt fate and go out on a little Friday the 13th walk that ended up being an unexpected adventure involving woodland creatures and flying predators — kind of — that he hilariously documented on Snapchat (oh_myjosh69.)
Warning: There is some language, but seriously, geese are ruthless.
It started out nice enough.