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  • February 29, 2016
    These are the clear inflatable bubble tents available from Hollyweb on Amazon (previously: rentable room bubble tents available in France). They cost around $1,600 and provide zero privacy whatsoever. Still, I guess it will be nice to know when you're out camping at night and... / Continue →
  • July 30, 2015
    This is an ultra high-def (4K) video of an astronaut dissolving an antacid tablet in a ball of water in space. It makes a bubbly space ball. I'm starting to wonder -- are the astronauts actually doing any real science on the space station or are they all just up there filming... / Continue →
  • January 14, 2014
    This is a video tutorial from CrazyRussianHacker (of how to open a can with no tools fame) showing how to make square bubbles with a rig made out of cotton swabs. Don't have any cotton swabs? Then how the hell are you cleaning your ears? And don't tell me you bought that lit... / Continue →
  • June 17, 2013
    Ever wanted to watch a diver knock over a stack of rocks with an air bubble ring? Well you are IN LUCK, because that's exactly what this is. Unfortunately, when reached for comment Ariel was devastated to find out someone knocked over her art installation. Now might not be th... / Continue →
  • March 1, 2013
    This is a short video from Sweden of ice crystals beginning to form on a soap bubble in -30°C (-22°F) temperatures. Sure it would be cool to do yourself, but the only experiment you'll see me running when it's that f***ing cold is how long I can stay under the covers. Hit th... / Continue →
  • February 21, 2013
    This is a video from the Slow Mo Guys (sad fact: my friends in high school used to call me Slow-Mo but not in a good way) of soap bubbles being popping and filmed at 18,000 frames per second. To make that a little easier to comprehend, that's 9,000 frames every half second. "... / Continue →
  • February 3, 2011
    This is a video of bubbles being blown and freezing in mid-air. You can actually see the ice crystals starting to form as the bubbles drift around. Mother nature you be trippin' me out, gurl! After some trial and error, a solution of dish soap, sugar, and water was found to ... / Continue →
  • November 16, 2010
    Bubble tents: for admiring the great outdoors without actually having to be out of doors. Hey, that reminds me of something. Oh right -- WINDOWS. Launched this year, the structures can be now be hired out at sites across France for around £400 pounds (~$635) a night. Once... / Continue →
  • September 4, 2010
    This is a video of somebody's grandpa blowing giant-ass bubbles on the beach and them popping in slow motion. It's mesmerizing. I mean, come on -- who doesn't love bubbles? Exactly, only devil worshipers and Bubble Boy. Anyway, I assume this is some sort of viral ad for Can... / Continue →
  • September 3, 2010
    This is the Bubble Nebula, located in the Cassiopeia constellation, over 11,000 light-years away. Which, I think we can all agree, would make one hell of a road trip. OMG I SWEAR IF I HEAR ONE MORE "ARE WE THERE YET?" I WILL TURN THIS SPACESHIP AROUND AND FLY IT INTO THE NEAR... / Continue →
  • May 11, 2010
    Have you ever been to a bar that's so crowded and loud you can't even make out what the person next to you is saying? So have I. But to my credit I was puking in a girl's purse and not really paying attention. Enter "speech bubbles": Product design student Elaine McLuskey ... / Continue →
  • December 15, 2009
    This is a diagram of geek culture created by illustrator Julianna Brion. This version is kinda small though so hit this button right CHEER to see it in it's full-blown glory. I thought it was pretty neat. Although, admittedly, I was more than a little disappointed to not see... / Continue →
  • October 9, 2009
    IMAGES REMOVED AT REQUEST OF Minden Pictures So apparently beluga whales know how to blow bubble rings, making them perfect for children's birthday parties and arguably the smartest creatures in the ocean. You hear that merfolk? Your finned asses just got demoted! And while t... / Continue →
  • May 7, 2009
    The Boneless Belt is a Japanese weight loss product that's supposed to help you shed the pounds. From the look of things, I'm gonna guess it's far less effective than exercise or tying a dry cleaning bag over your head. But hey, different strokes for different folks gullible ... / Continue →
  • March 6, 2009
    Sure bubble guns have existed forever, but not BACON flavored bubbles! That's right, now you can blow bacon, chicken, or peanut butter flavored bubbles for your favorite pooch or small child. Dogs love these yummy scented bubbles. You can use these dog bubbles with the inclu... / Continue →
  • October 28, 2008
    Not cool with viewing space from the cramped confines of a tiny dildo? Well how about the 360-degree views offered from the "Fishbowl Spaceship". The company, founded by iD software (Doom, Quake) chief John Carmack, plans to build this far-fetched space bubble next year, ai... / Continue →
  • July 9, 2008
    The Bubble Calendar is a poster-sized calendar with a bubble to pop every day. They're available in vertical and horizontal models and measure 48" x 17.5" (or 17.5" x 48"!). The printed on paper version will set you back $30, but if you want it on a high quality plastic back... / Continue →
  • July 7, 2008
    Okay so I've been sitting here playing Bomberman on FireNES and pretending those sick, sick women were the enemies in the game. It wasn't working so I went outside and cut down one of my asshole neighbor's trees. Now I'm feeling a little better, but not much. I figured I'd t... / Continue →
  • April 17, 2008
    You know when you go to the beach there are those little planes that fly over with the signs trailing behind that tell about awesome all you can eat shrimp deals? I love those. But that's not what these are, these are another sky-based advertising scheme. They're called Flog... / Continue →
  • November 15, 2007
    The Electronic Bubble Wrap Keychain from ThinkGeek ($10) is exactly what it sounds like. It's a little keychain with 8 buttons, and every time you push one it makes a popping noise like bubble wrap. For every 100 pops it rewards you with a round of applause or some other noise... / Continue →