Here is a pretty crazy photo of a lamb that was born in New Zealand. It was ranked as one of the top most emailed photos on Yahoo. Apparently the lamb was born with seven legs as you can see in the photo. It doesn't look like the lamb is even able to stand up as it has some many legs. There isn't any other information on the caption for the photo other than it's a one a in a few million occurance that a lamb is born like this. Are there any nuclear reactors in New Zealand? If so, this lamb might have been living down stream from one if you ask me.
This video shows the two towned mutant lobster caught off Rhode Island. One half is normal lobster color and the other half is black. Pretty strange looking to have such a clear cut line turn up naturally I'd think.
Here's a photo that popped up on Yahoo's most emailed list recently. The photo is of a calf which has two noses. The second nose is in the center top of the first nose and looks more like a snout than a regular cow nose. Apparently the second nose is functional. The article also claims that the nose defect is usually not caused by genetics. So which nuclear power plant or uranium mine are they living next to then?
Here is a second video using ferro fluids containing nanoparticles. In this video there are two metal looking towers out in the middle of the fluid and when the elecromagnetic field is varied different structures form on the two towers.
Here's an almost consumer level product which is a 3D laser scanner. It costs around $2500 and you can put any smallish object on front of the scanner to be scanned in. It scans the object and scans a full color texture for the object. Apparently it can also control the turn table to scan the multiple angles of the object automatically. Pair this up with a 3D printer and you have your own almost consumer priced fabrication lab that fits on top of a desk.
Two guys battle it out using martial arts weapons in the video of this tournament. One guy has what I assume is a Bo (basically a quarterstaff) and the other guy has a three piece staff. The video quality is horrible.
One of the most emailed photos on Yahoo today is this photo of a giant strawberry shaped cake. Apparently they made it in the Philippines and it won the Guiness World Record for being the largest fruit shortcake. The woman is cutting the cake with a sword. It doesn't list what the cake is made out of on the caption for the photo howerver.
Here's a video which shows an illusionist's trick in action. The guy is standing on a table, he lifts up a towl, and disappears. The trick is that there is a mirror running down the middle of the table facing the camera which reflects back the camera side of the table. The illusionist is behind the mirror.