All I know about Vikings and Norse mythology is what I gleaned from the Marvel universe and other TV shows. One thing I know that they preferred to burn the bodies of their dead by setting them afloat in ships that were on fire.
Play Through the Fire and Flames literally through fire and flames with the Sound Torch. It’s a bluetooth speaker with a built-in burner on top, which emits flames that are synchronized with what’s playing.
The Sound Torch can play audio for up to 12 hours per charge, while its lighter fluid container holds up to 4 hours worth of fluid.
I’m not sure what it is with the human fascination of watching things be destroyed, but I also enjoy it. I especially enjoyed watching this Rubik’s Cube melt and burn when a red hot nickel ball was placed on top.
I grew up hearing the words “Incantus pulcher imperium” and seeing a little 2D sprite launch a fireball at Irenicus or some hobgoblins or Sarevok shortly afterwards. As a result, I really, really wish I could do that.
Artist Diego Trujillo built a highly unusual printer that’s way more secure than Snapchat. Inspired by reports of a Russian security’s decision to revert to typewriters and The Guardian destroying computer hardware that allegedly stored leaked NSA files from Edward Snowden, Diego made This Tape Will Self Destruct, a machine whose output sets itself on fire shortly after being printed.
A 13-year-old teen girl got quite a fright recently when she woke from sleeping to the smell of something burning. She quickly realized that burning smell was her Samsung Galaxy S4 smartphone, which had overheated and caught fire.
Impressive. Most Impressive. The Force is strong with this Darth Vader outdoor wood stove. It was made by instructables member doddieszoomer and if you want to make one, just head over to instructables for the build info.
Wicked Lasers has updated its Flashtorch flashlight to be lighter and longer lasting than ever before. The company claims that the Flashtorch is the world’s brightest and most powerful flashlight. I can’t verify that, though I wouldn’t be surprised if the claims hold up.
Dragons are a staple of fiction and are found in books, video games, and movies. The fire-breathing dragon is something that never existed as a real animal, but you can have your very own flying dragon.
Youtuber COOP3RDRUMM3R is seen here covering Ellie Goulding’s Burn. Naturally, he’s playing it with flaming drumsticks, which is the only way to play a song called Burn. Kids, don’t try this at home. This is a professional, or at least a mildly crazy person.
There are all sorts of things you can do with a flying drone aircraft or quadcopter carrying a camera. You could do the obvious and chase your dog or cat around the house. You could have it follow your significant other around to make sure they’re not causing trouble.
What could be more amazing than a Pokémon whose tail and mane are made of fire? I’m talking about Rapidash of course. Well, since this fiery horse doesn’t really exist, this LEGO version is the best thing ever.