Model of San Francisco Made Using 100000 Toothpicks

After 35 years and 100,000 toothpicks, Scott Weaver completed this amazing sculpture of San Francisco he calls “Rolling Through the Bay.” We think Mr. Weaver wins.

The piece took Mr. Weaver over 3,000 hours, and as This Is Colossal notes, "The elaborate sculpture is comprised of multiple 'tours' that move pingpong balls through neighborhoods, historical locations, and iconic symbols of San Francisco."

And these aren't just any toothpicks you get at your neighborhood Italian restaurant. Weaver sourced these out from around the world. He says, "I have used different brands of toothpicks depending on what I am building. I also have many friends and family members that collect toothpicks in their travels for me. For example, some of the trees in Golden Gate Park are made from toothpicks from Kenya, Morocco, Spain, West Germany and Italy. The heart inside the Palace of Fine Arts is made out of toothpicks people threw at our wedding."

The Sperm Bike of Copenhagen

If you are cycling around Copenhagen, this new bike will sure catch your attention. Well, I am talking about the Sperm Bullitt, a bike designed like a sperm with a cooling storage system to deliver the sperm samples. The bike was made for Nordisk Cryobank (European Sperm Bank), one of Europe’s leading sperm banks, in their effort to find C02-friendly way of transport to deliver their sperm samples to the fertility clinics around Copenhagen.

Geeky Easter Eggs

The best part of Easter, apart from all the chocolate, is decorating the eggs. Easter eggs or spring eggs are special eggs given to celebrate the Easter holiday or springtime. The egg was a symbol of the rebirth of the earth in celebrations of spring and was adopted by early Christians as a symbol of the resurrection of Jesus. The oldest tradition is to use dyed or painted chicken eggs, but a modern custom is to substitute chocolate eggs, or plastic eggs filled with confectionery such as jelly beans. These eggs are often hidden, allegedly by the Easter Bunny, for children to find on Easter morning. Otherwise, they are generally put in a basket filled with real or artificial straw to resemble a bird’s nest.

Here's a collection of shots of great eggs.

Zombie Eggs

Nintendo Eggs

Futurama Eggs

Pokemon Eggs

Nightmare Before Christmas Eggs

Superhero Eggs

Adult Swim Eggs

Harry Potter Eggs

Battlestar Galactica Eggs

Dr. Who Eggs

Star Wars Eggs

Angry Birds Eggs

Lego Eggs

Tech Support Egg

Stargate: Atlantis Egg

Einstein - The World's Smallest Horse

Weighing 6-pounds and standing just 14-inches tall, Einstein is touted as the world's smallest horse, who was born April 22, 2010 in Barnstead, New Hampshire.

Einstein's physical proportions are similar to those of a normal-sized foal, and as Rachel Wagner, one of Einstein’s co-owners, who features in the YouTube video at the end of the page, remarks: "He is very perfect looking little boy and not dwarfy looking at all."