An engineer is saved in a crash by his airbag. However, during the crash, the airbag bursts and the man inhales some of its noxious chemical fumes. He dies two months later, the fumes being cited as a cause of death. Read original article
SAO PAULO (Reuters) – A pair of women’s underwear that fell out of a Brazilian legislator’s briefcase on the floor of Congress two weeks ago has been incinerated after no one stepped forward to claim them, O Globo newspaper reported on Thursday. A group of five legislators was rushing into the Chamber of Deputies to vote on a cybercrimes-related bill on the evening of May 15 when one of them apparently dropped the offending red and white panties, O Globo said. Security guards quickly, but discreetly, swooped in to pick up the panties and turn them over to the chamber’s lost and found office. … Read original article
Lori Anne Madison, 6, of Woodbridge, Virginia, is the youngest participant ever to compete in the preliminary round of the US National Spelling Bee, getting off to a successful start by spelling “dirigible.” Read original article
When it comes to man versus nature rarely do both sides pull out all the stops like they do when it comes to producing explosions. Nature has supernovas, we have the Tsar Bomba. Big balls of fire for everyone.