This 'Titanic' Model Uses 120,000 Lego Bricks - Including Minifigs Clinging For Survival

This Lego Titanic uses 120,000 pieces and took 250 hours to build. Minifigs are scattered throughout to give this amazing Lego replica more heart than others.

Internet Culture January 20, 2016

We Can't Get Enough Of This Cat That Looks Like Adam Driver: Here Are Other Celebrity Look-A-Like Cats

Corey the Adam Driver Look-a-like cat has been adopted and renamed Kylo Ren. Here are other cats that would fit right into the Star Wars galaxy.

Internet Culture January 20, 2016

Watch This 'Destiny' Player Help A 7-Year-Old Get Through A Flawless Run Of Trials Of Osiris

Instead of turning away a "squeaker," RealKraftyy helped a 7-year-old 'Destiny' player go through his first Flawless run in The Trials of Osiris. Raid parties often turn away minors but this player proves that it doesn't hurt to play nice with kids.

Video Games January 20, 2016

'Minecraft' Becomes Fastest Growing Search Term...On Pornhub?

Pornhub has revealed that 'Minecraft' is one of its most popular search terms. The adult entertainment site dug deep for insights on Minecraft porn searches.

Internet Culture January 19, 2016

What The 'Star Wars: Aftermath' Book Can Tell Us About Supreme Leader Snoke's Origins

Could Snoke be the same Operator in the 'Star Wars: Aftermath' trilogy? Many say they believe that the mysterious unnamed puppet master in the books is the very same Supreme Leader of the First Order in 'The Force Awakens.'

Movies/TV Shows January 18, 2016

Man Dead After French Painkiller Drug Trial Goes Wrong, Five Others Still Hospitalized

One volunteer died after taking an experimental painkiller during a drug trial in France. Five other men who were also hospitalized are stable but may suffer "irreversible damage."

Life January 18, 2016

Del Toro To Take On 'Scary Stories To Tell In The Dark' For Next Film Project

Guillermo Del Toro announced on Twitter that he will be turning "Scary Stories To Tell In The Dark" in a feature film as his next project. With the terrifying original illustrations from the book plus Del Toro's visual touch, it's sure to make all your childhood nightmares extra haunting.

Movies/TV Shows January 15, 2016

UK Teen Creates First Robot Lawyer To Dispense Legal Advice

Have some legal issues? This teen from the UK has created an online robot that can respond to general legal questions and help get you out of an unfair parking ticket.

Internet Culture January 14, 2016

Robot Wars Staging A Comeback On BBC Two

The robot battle show that started it all, 'Robot Wars' will be returning to BBC Two. After over 10 years off the air, the robots are anticipated to be badder and more epic than any we've seen in the robo-arena.

Geek January 14, 2016

Free Lego And Lagers Nights At This Canadian Hotel

Legos are definitely not just for kids. Build with Lego and beer every Tuesday night at a Toronto hotel and relive all your childhood Lego building desires over a couple of cold lagers with friends.

Internet Culture January 14, 2016

Russian Pastafarian Wins Right To Wear Colander As A Hat In Driver's License

A 37-year-old Russian Pastafarian was granted the right to wear a colander on his head for his official driver's license. Pastafarians are followers of the Church of the Flying Spaghetti Monster, a religion founded in the United States.

Society January 14, 2016

This 'Fallout 4' Mod Brings Kylo Ren To The Wasteland

Wander through the 'Fallout 4' wasteland as Kylo Ren with this game mod available for PC. The Kylo Ren mod gives Chay the face of Adam Driver and a wicked light saber you can go on killing sprees with - or not!

Movies/TV Shows January 14, 2016

HIV Treatment Alternatives: What Choices Does Charlie Sheen Have?

Charlie Sheen has revealed in an interview with Dr. Oz that he temporarily went off his HIV medication to seek alternative treatment in Mexico. Although he is back on his conventional cocktail of pills, are there really non-mainstream options for HIV/AIDS patients to look into?

Life January 13, 2016

MegaBots Giant Robot Battle At CES 2016 Was A Bust

MegaBot's giant Mark II robot was supposed to show off its fighting skills at CES but things didn’t go as planned, destroying some boxes instead. Is there a profitable future for giant robot fights?

Robotics January 13, 2016

Off-Broadway Play 'Lazarus' Is David Bowie's Swan Song

One of David Bowie's final works is the off-Broadway production of 'Lazarus.' Bowie worked on the script for the play and infused it with songs from his decades-long career.

Movies/TV Shows January 13, 2016

'Star Wars: Episode VIII' News: John Boyega Reveals A Darker, More Physical Movie

'The Force Awakens actor, John Boyega revealed that 'Episode VIII' will be darker and more action-packed than its predecessor. Director Rian Johnson is set to take over the director's chair for the next installment of the 'Star Wars' saga.

Movies/TV Shows January 13, 2016

A Video Game With Heart: 'That Dragon, Cancer' Based On True Life Will Make You Cry

This game may not have all the bells and whistles that some bigger developers offer but 'That Dragon, Cancer' may be the most emotionally overwhelming game you will ever come across. The game follows a family's real-life struggles as they battle with their son's rare form of cancer.

Video Games January 12, 2016

Why You Should Choose A Tablet For Your Kids Based On Their Learning Style

More kids these days are using tablets. But rather than using them as expensive digital babysitters, parents can choose a tablet that is best suited to their child's learning style and make it an investment in their education rather than a hindrance.

Gadgets January 12, 2016

'Outlander' Author Says She Won't Miss Deadlines Like George RR Martin

Like George R.R. Martin, Diana Gabaldon's epic historical fantasy 'Outlander' was picked up as a successful historical fantasy series. But unlike her friend, she said her show will never be in danger of overtaking her novels because she was able to write while traveling.

Movies/TV Shows January 12, 2016

Exercise Still Best For Lower Back Pain

Exercise and education remain the best cure for back pain, according to researchers from Australia and Brazil. Despite this, health care professionals still prescribe expensive gadgets and procedures instead of good, old-fashioned physical activity.

Life January 12, 2016

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