While it may not be possible to clone dinosaurs that have been dead for millions of years, one Australian billionaire wants to do the next best thing— a Jurassic Park like theme park populated with advanced life sized robotic dinos. Hell, many of the dinosaurs in the Jurassic Park movie were animatronic, so it could work, and it would be far safer than the real thing.
An Australian man found out that you shouldn’t go around trying to sell corporate secrets stolen through hacking, because companies don’t tend to like that. The man apparently had come across prototypes of the next generation Xbox and was attempting to sell the information when local police and the FBI intervened.
There aren’t any details of what was found, so we’ll all have to wait until later this year when Microsoft unveils the new Xbox. But the Australian, known online as SuperDAE, is facing 20+ years in the slammer for his inquisitiveness.
Not that a pina colada is all that difficult of a mixed drink, but it is damn yummy. Scientists in Australia have brought the two great flavors together in a natural form by creating a pineapple that’s still sweet and juicy, but with the flavor of a coconut.
Authorities in Australia have warned motorists not to trust Apple’s new Maps program, as its incorrect maps and shitty directions my cause bodily harm or death. One wrong turn on the way to grandma’s house and suddenly you’re flying off a cliff into a den of deadly alligators and poisonous spiders. It is Australia after all… that could really happen.
The above image, of a giant mech robot assisting 1917 Soviet socialist revolutionaries was accidentally used in the Australian VCE exam. For the record, Russian socialists did not have mech robots at the turn of the 20th century. The exam board has apologized and promised no one would be penalized for referencing the robot on the test.