Humans have always been curious animals, which probably boosted our evolution quite a bit. Way since the first caveman Bob figured out that fire doesn’t always mean danger and to this very day, we keep asking questions about the things what surround us. Why is the sky blue? What is color? Why men cheat? Why women ask stupid questions?
Curiosity is in our genes, and without it, we’d still be running on all fours with sharp sticks, hunting wild cows, or cats, or something. Some of the questions tormenting people nowadays are “What’s inside?” and “How does it work?”. And don’t tell me you’ve never wondered what’s inside a bowling ball or a freaking grenade. Well, it’s time to learn some sh#t, kids!
That thing looks emptier than a school library in summer.
Now you know what you’re squeezing out.
The truth is out there.
Can you name all the brands? If you can, you might have diabetes.
Looks like it takes a circular saw to get to the center.
Beautiful, elegant and deadly. Just the way I like it.
Well, what did you expect, a 40 inch screen?
Golden Gate bridge cable
Canon 1Ds with 400mm lens
Lexus automatic transmission
17th century ship
A piece of wood used to stir paint
That the one where the youngest child was the remote.
Hockey vs football helmet
Old pipe with limescale
Chrysocolla in Malachite
Old Zippo lighter
Cross-section of different cables