Controversial statement incoming; I think Fallout 3 is the best game of all time ever. That's coming from someone who, until Fallout 3's release, was adamant that his top spot would never have anything but Mario Kart on the…
If you needed further evidence that the Soviets were more than a little barmy, then here it is. They built a nuclear reactor onto a truck. Thats it, up there. They were used in the more distant corners of the country, presumably because in the more distant corners, fewer people would be irradiated when they used the things.
After the Chernobyl accident, the use of these things was discontinued, but crikey. Imagine seeing one of those things rolling up the main road of your town, village or hamlet. I’d run for my sodding life, wouldn’t you?
See that rather run-down looking building? Website hosting company 1&1, which manages over 10 million domain names, has just announced plans to convert it – a never-used Nuclear waste facility – into a massive server farm powered by renewable energy.
If you're desperate to spend $37,000 dollars on a chair, then look no further. Even if only because you'll struggle to find many others at that price.
This is the Matrix Unplugged chair, and if you're excited about the name, you'll be ecstatic when you hear that the chair was fashioned out of the prototype of a nuclear submarine. Sadly, there's no nuclear technology on the chair itself, although it does boast motorized hydraulics to enable you to get into a perfect sitting position.
And if that's not enough for your $37,000, the designer of this one-of-a-kind chair, Zoran Milivojevic, will customize it in any colour you like, if it doesn't quite match your existing furniture. Although the red does go rather nicely with that picture in the background.