Meteorologists at Australia's Commonwealth Scientific and Industrial Research Organization have created the world's most perfectly spherical balls out of silicon. Next, breasts.
This is one of the two most perfect spheres ever. Exactly one kilogram--Imperial units be damned forever--smooth to the nearest 0.0000000003 meter (1.18110236 Ã— 10-8 inches), and round to within 0.00000005 meters (1.96850394 Ã— 10-6 inches).
Nice try guys, but I've been told more than once that I, in fact, have the nicest set in the galaxy. Back me up in the comments, ladies.*
*Any unflattering comments will be deleted. I'm looking at you, Carol. And you, Josh.
Hit the jump for one more shot.
World's Most Perfect Pair of Balls--Yes! [gizmodo]
Thanks to 42 y/o undead warlock, who somehow knew about my spheres. Just hopefully through warlockery and not prowling outside my window.
And they said it wasn't possible to cut a bagel into a MÃ¶bius strip! Didn't they? I'm sure somebody did. But boy were they wrong! You think it works for donuts too? What about Hot Pockets?!
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Sure this might not be as impressive as creating a paintball Mona Lisa in a split-second, but it's still pretty neat (skip to 0:40 for the action). And speaking of neat, it's the only way I drink my bourbon. I don't need your newfangled ice!
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Wow. Last week it was cooking with paste, and this week, actual balls. The Testicle Cookbook: Cooking with Balls is completely uncalled for and contains many delicious rocky mountain oyster recipes. An excerpt from the 'About The Author' section:
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