Watch an Ice Cube Crack In Liquid Nitrogen

We've all heard ice crack in water, because the water is warmer than the ice. What if ice cubes were dropped in something colder than they are? Take a look at a slow-motion video of an ice cube being dropped in liquid nitrogen. » 8/12/14 10:20am 8/12/14 10:20am

Alien ice cube trays allow you to put some H.R. Giger in your piña…

Do you prefer your scotch neat or with an extremely phallic xenomorph skull? If the answer is in the affirmative, then these ice cube trays by Japanese modelmakers Kotobukiya really belong in your freezer. Click on the lower-right of the above image for the veiny detail. » 10/30/11 10:45am 10/30/11 10:45am