New dad Colin Furze decided his baby's wheels needed more speed: motorbike engine speed.
In one of the all time great feats in the history of ultra silly world record breaking, a team from New Orleans has shattered the record for human mattress dominoes with 850 bed ridden volunteers falling onto each other.
What's so special about your sofa? It's made out of Italian leather? Waterproof? Great for lazing around to play Xbox 360? It's time to teach your couch some new tricks, because this sofa can probably beat your car in a street race.
How many participants and water balloons does it take to qualify for the world's largest water balloon fight? Try 8,957 chicks and dudes flinging 175,141 water balloons at each other on a college field. That's insane — and it was all captured in slow-mo, to boot.
It takes a certain skill to play a guitar well and I'm not talking about playing Guitar Hero or air guitar. Meet John Taylor, the world's fastest guitarist. He can bust out 600 beats per minute without breaking the electric guitar or melting the fingerprints off his fingers.
Why would any sane person build a motorcycle that can seat more than two riders? For kicks and Guinness World Records. That's exactly what Colin Furze's 72-foot-long motorcycle that can seat 25 passengers is gunning for: world's longest motorcycle, ever.
Was there ever any doubt that Kinect would be a runaway success? Fears of its $150 price? Hogwash. The people of Earth love Kinect so much, we've collectively purchased 10 million of the glossy motion sensors.
Hank Torres is a quadriplegic who also holds a new Guinness World Record for "Fastest Hands-Free Typing" — using his head and mouth.
The X-51A Waverider blasted itself into the longest hypersonic flight in history yesterday, streaking across the sky at Mach 5 for just over 200 seconds. That's 10 times longer than the previous record, set in 2004 by NASA's X-43. While the X-51A has already flown a couple of times while remaining attached to its mother ship, this was the first time the unmanned plane flew independently.
You might not want to travel to Disney World with the kids in this 10,382mpg "car," but with the equivalent of a liter of fuel, you could drive across America without stopping — if you had the bladder for it.