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Dutch Boy Turns Dead Pet Rat Into Flying Tri-Copter

flying-rat.jpg With the help of that weirdo that turned his dead cat into a quadrocopter, Dutch youngster Pepeijn Bruins now has a tri-copter created with the stuffed body of his beloved pet rat, Ratjetoe. Me? I would have just buried him…in an ancient Indian burial ground and brought him back to life.

Pepeijn said: “I loved him very much. He always liked to be cuddled and he would run up my clothes and hide.” Keen to keep his pet’s memory alive Pepeijn looked at ways of holding onto Ratjetoe. Luckily, if that’s how you want to put it, Dutch inventors Arjen Beltman and Bart Jansen were on hand to help him achieve his goal. The duo were naturally Pepeijn’s first port of call after seeing their previous work, which includes producing the world’s first stuffed, radio-controlled flying cat.

The inventors are also working on creating a flying shark copter. You know, because that’s something that should exist in this world. Will they use it in a prank to scare beachgoers?! *shaking Magic 8-Ball* Damn, this thing lost all its liquid. Keep going for a video of the rat taking flight.

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This anti-tornado sleeping bag protects you from flying debris

Rolled up, the Tuuli Armor looks like any other sleeping bag, but according to its inventor, it can safeguard you from something much harsher than insects and the cold. Apparently, the bag was designed to protect you during tornados, and while it…

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Volcano Erupts w/ Shockwave That Sends Clouds Flying

volcanic-shockwave.gif “Hooooooly smokin’ Toledos.” This is the video shot by Philip McNamara off the cost of Papua New Guinea of Mount Tavurvu erupting with a shockwave that sends all the nearby clouds running for cover. God, what I would have given to have been sitting on top of that thing when it erupted. You think it would have launched me into space? I bet it would have sent me to the moon. NASA should really look into this shit. *climbing into washing machine* Now, set me right on top of the volcano. Keep going for the video.

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For the first time, Navy drones and human pilots are flying side by side

In a test conducted this past weekend, the Navy launched and landed manned aircrafts and unmanned drones in rapid succession, a historic first attempt to mix humans and drones on the same aircraft operation. According to a report from The Aviationist, the Navy successfully tested a X-47B unmanned combat aircraft system alongside a F/A-18 Hornet piloted by a person. The drone “completed a series of tests, which included a catapult launch and arrested landing, which demonstrated its ability to operate safely and seamlessly with manned aircraft.” While the X-47B could be armed to carry out lethal strikes, so far the Navy has insisted that it has no plans to weaponize this particular drone.

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Los Angeles police don’t want you flying drones over their stations

The cops may be eager to experiment with drones for tracking bombs and (possibly) suspects, but they’re apparently not that keen on people turning the tables. The LAPD claims that activist Daniel Saulmon was trespassing when he flew a machine over a…

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Wonderful, Just Wonderful: Terrifying New World’s Largest Flying Aquatic Insect Found In China

giant-dobsonfly-1.jpg This is the giant dobsonfly, the current record holder for largest flying aquatic insect. They can measure almost 8.5-inches across. For reference, that is 8-inches entirely too large for my liking.

Large enough to cover the face of a human adult, this scary-looking insect is also known among entomologists as an indicator of water quality, says the museum. The giant dobsonfly makes its home in bodies of clean water and is highly sensitive to any changes in the water’s pH as well as the presence of trace elements of pollutants. If the water is slightly contaminated, the giant dobsonfly will move on to seek cleaner waters.

Did you read that? They only like the very freshest water and will leave if they detect even the slightest pollution. You know what that means, don’t you? “You’re going to go take a dump upriver?” Haha, I am going to go take ALL the dumps upriver. Keep going for a couple more shots including a closeup in case you’re into nightmares.

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Wonderful, Just Wonderful: Terrifying New World’s Largest Flying Aquatic Insect Found In China

giant-dobsonfly-1.jpg This is the giant dobsonfly, the current record holder for largest flying aquatic insect. They can measure almost 8.5-inches across. For reference, that is 8-inches entirely too large for my liking.

Large enough to cover the face of a human adult, this scary-looking insect is also known among entomologists as an indicator of water quality, says the museum. The giant dobsonfly makes its home in bodies of clean water and is highly sensitive to any changes in the water’s pH as well as the presence of trace elements of pollutants. If the water is slightly contaminated, the giant dobsonfly will move on to seek cleaner waters.

Did you read that? They only like the very freshest water and will leave if they detect even the slightest pollution. You know what that means, don’t you? “You’re going to go take a dump upriver?” Haha, I am going to go take ALL the dumps upriver. Keep going for a couple more shots including a closeup in case you’re into nightmares.

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Wonderful, Just Wonderful: Terrifying New World’s Largest Flying Aquatic Insect Found In China

giant-dobsonfly-1.jpg This is the giant dobsonfly, the current record holder for largest flying aquatic insect. They can measure almost 8.5-inches across. For reference, that is 8-inches entirely too large for my liking.

Large enough to cover the face of a human adult, this scary-looking insect is also known among entomologists as an indicator of water quality, says the museum. The giant dobsonfly makes its home in bodies of clean water and is highly sensitive to any changes in the water’s pH as well as the presence of trace elements of pollutants. If the water is slightly contaminated, the giant dobsonfly will move on to seek cleaner waters.

Did you read that? They only like the very freshest water and will leave if they detect even the slightest pollution. You know what that means, don’t you? “You’re going to go take a dump upriver?” Haha, I am going to go take ALL the dumps upriver. Keep going for a couple more shots including a closeup in case you’re into nightmares.

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Wonderful, Just Wonderful: Terrifying New World’s Largest Flying Aquatic Insect Found In China

giant-dobsonfly-1.jpg This is the giant dobsonfly, the current record holder for largest flying aquatic insect. They can measure almost 8.5-inches across. For reference, that is 8-inches entirely too large for my liking.

Large enough to cover the face of a human adult, this scary-looking insect is also known among entomologists as an indicator of water quality, says the museum. The giant dobsonfly makes its home in bodies of clean water and is highly sensitive to any changes in the water’s pH as well as the presence of trace elements of pollutants. If the water is slightly contaminated, the giant dobsonfly will move on to seek cleaner waters.

Did you read that? They only like the very freshest water and will leave if they detect even the slightest pollution. You know what that means, don’t you? “You’re going to go take a dump upriver?” Haha, I am going to go take ALL the dumps upriver. Keep going for a couple more shots including a closeup in case you’re into nightmares.

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Wonderful, Just Wonderful: Terrifying New World’s Largest Flying Aquatic Insect Found In China

giant-dobsonfly-1.jpg This is the giant dobsonfly, the current record holder for largest flying aquatic insect. They can measure almost 8.5-inches across. For reference, that is 8-inches entirely too large for my liking.

Large enough to cover the face of a human adult, this scary-looking insect is also known among entomologists as an indicator of water quality, says the museum. The giant dobsonfly makes its home in bodies of clean water and is highly sensitive to any changes in the water’s pH as well as the presence of trace elements of pollutants. If the water is slightly contaminated, the giant dobsonfly will move on to seek cleaner waters.

Did you read that? They only like the very freshest water and will leave if they detect even the slightest pollution. You know what that means, don’t you? “You’re going to go take a dump upriver?” Haha, I am going to go take ALL the dumps upriver. Keep going for a couple more shots including a closeup in case you’re into nightmares.

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