March 11, 2011
From Twitpic, this photo by @lula_serginho, posted by @karen_quiroga shows how the massive earthquake in Japan causes a road to – for the lack of a better word, "unzip." Neat stuff from the NeatoShop: Louse Yogurt Bycor Brew Tumbler …
The owner seems to think that this cat is doing a dance for him.
It's been a long day of heartbreaking news. Let's unwind with the definition of frivolous: a Charlie Sheen Flash game where you run over pedestrians and prostitutes with a car. Once you power up with tiger blood, you can blow up ambulances. Surprisingly diverting!
The 8.9 earthquake that struck Japan triggered tsunamis across Japan and launched warning and watches in Russia, Guam, Taiwan, the Philippines, Indonesia, and Hawaii. Here are some important facts about Tsunamis and how they are formed.
When a curse turns treasure hunter McCoy into a cactus, it's up to you to help him get back to normal in this side-scrolling platformer.
A simple yet powerful symbol for the earthquake and tsunami in Japan. Click on the image for ways you can help with relief efforts.
Celebrities are known for their philanthropy when disaster strikes. No doubt, many will donate to Japan to help the victims of the devastating earthquake and tsunami. Take a look at celebs with big wallets and hearts to match when tragedy strikes.
The tsunami which devastated Japan reached the shores of the United States this afternoon, thankfully in a much weakened form. Here is time lapse footage a six-foot surge hitting Santa Cruz. Fortunately, nothing more serious than damaged boats have been reported.
This is it, folks. The end of Western Civilization. It's all over. But at least it's Friday!!!
Following in the mighty footsteps of Boom Goes The Dynamite. Just in time for March Madness, here are some poor saps from the University of Hartford that implode in slow motion on camera. Nice swoosh, indeed.
In chronological order! Today's disaster is merely one of many reminders that Mother Nature only tolerates our presence most of the time. From ancient Greece to modern day Peru, millions have suffered the devastating effects of tectonic shift.
The recent earthquake in Japan is a devastating disaster, but Japan may be one of the most prepared countries to deal with tsunami and earthquakes. A popular tweet that has been going around today is, "The headline you won't see: 'Millions saved in Japan by good engineering and government building codes'." Here are some headlines that prove the contrary.
Many people are hurt and missing after the catastrophic earthquake and tsunamis in Japan recently. If you have any resources possible, please consider helping out through these organizations.
Oh good, finally something to fill the empty void left by LOST.
Earthquake and tsunami footage captured on CCTV and cell phones. In the after effects of the massive earthquake and tsunami that rocked Japan today, raw video is beginning to pop up to give the world an idea of what is happening. Here are some of those. If you see any more, feel free to post them in the comments.
A massive 8.9 magnitude earthquake struck the Northeastern coast of Japan, the largest recorded earthquake in Japan's history. The quake triggered a 13-foot tsunami, caught here on video ripping through a small town in Miyagi Prefecture. No word yet on casualties or the extent of damage. UPDATE: Better quality video now available. Find the latest news on the earthquake and tsunami in Japan on our Viral Topic Page.
Is IBM's supercomputer clever enough to fit this much brilliance into 140 characters? I think not.
"Haha! Stupid cheetah, now that you did the work I'm gonna steal that gazelle!" "Like hell you are, damn hyena!" "U mad, guys?"
A squirrel eating a Ritz cracker, set to the Huey Lewis hit "If This Is It". It is what it is, people.
In 3rd grade you thought your Transformers lunchbox and thermos made you the raddest kid in school.
A fire at a farmhouse killed seven children Tuesday while their mother was in a barn milking cows and their father was taking a nap in a milk delivery truck, a state trooper said.