Making a robot that can solve a Rubik's Cube is nothing new, but this one from Swinburne University in Australia has shattered the speed record by spinning the cube to show all solid colors in a mere 10.18 seconds.
The land speed record for 100 percent wooden bikes that is. Who knew there even was such a thing? Well apparently there is, and to break it, the aptly named Splinter Bike will have to hit 31-mph.
Lookout! In case you haven't noticed, China is climbing on up the wooden ladder — and not slowly. The Chinese are quickly scooping up as many "world's fastest" titles it can get. Most recently, it was the world's fastest supercomputer and now it's the world's fastest high speed rail train.