Heed these words, Men. Drop everything you are doing and take off your pants. According to a Dutch researcher, the modern male “scrotal environment” is killing your sperm. The solution? Kilts.
The tyrannical confinement of pants and underwear holds the testicles close to the body, which sits at an average 98.6 degrees. According to Erwin Kompanje, a senior researcher in the department of intensive care at Erasmus University in Rotterdam, “adequate spermatogenesis requires a ... Read More
Six days after the bombings in Boston, Ethiopia's Tsegaye Kebede overpowered Kenya's Emmanuel Mutai in the final mile to win the London Marathon, a race with no security scares, roughly 35,000 competitors, and more than half a million spectators.
Kebede won the men's race with a time of 2 hours, 6 minutes, and 4 seconds. Priscah Jeptoo won the women's race with a time of 2 hours, 20 minutes, and 15 seconds. After winning the women's wheelchair title in Boston, American Tatyana McFadden celebr... Read More
Five snowboarders died in a backcountry avalanche on Colorado's Loveland Pass Saturday afternoon. Search and rescue teams located five bodies, and it appears that a sixth snowboarder survived the accident. The rider's condition remains unknown.
"I believe that at this point in time everyone is accounted for, but I'm not sure," says Clear Creek County Sheriff Don Krueger. The snowboarders likely triggered the slide which was about 8 feet deep and 600 yards wide.
Saturday's deaths bring the to... Read More
Professional wingsuit flyer and BASE jumper Alexander Polli took his stunts to a new level flying through a rock arch at speeds approaching 155 mph wearing only a wingsuit.
In a newly released video chronicling his flight, Polli jumps out of a helicopter, free-falls for around 20 seconds, and then threads his way through a narrow opening in a rock wall.
After sharing the footage on YouTube, Polli tweeted, "I live like this because I am aware I have only 1 life."
The Italian-Norwegian ... Read More
A Mississippi man collected two fragments of rock from a beach while vacationing with his wife in Turkey. He packed them in his luggage for the trip home on Sunday but didn't make it past the airport security line. He is now being detained in the country and faces up to 12 years in prison for attempting to smuggle historical artifacts.
Jason Dement says that he and his wife collect rocks or sand from every country they visit, and had no idea these could have been artifacts. A museum conducte... Read More