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Watch the NASA’s Antares Rocket Blow-Up From Loads of Angles!

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THERE’S something in the human psyche that loves seeing things blow-up. Explosions are even better when there’s no casualties, because you can just enjoy the show without wanting to vomit with the weight of it all.

Yesterday, NASA launched the unmanned Orbital Sciences Corp Antares rocket as part of a $1.9billion contract, however, it didn’t make it out of the atmosphere as it turned into a huge molten fireball seven seconds above the ground, before crashing back into the earth, blowing up everywhere.

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Posted: 30th, October 2014 | In: Reviews, Technology | Comment


Watch as explosion goes off live in newsroom!

ITV and Sky are determined to make explosive news, however, neither hold a candle to KIII-TV in Texas.

Live on-air, three KIII-TV news anchors were left pie-eyed and pooing it after an explosion rocked the studio at 5.30am local time on July 12.

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Posted: 23rd, July 2013 | In: Reviews | Comment


Flat blown apart by rhubarb chutney

rhubabrIMAGINE your house had just blown up. You’d instantly appear exciting and brave to all your pals. However, what happens if your flat was blown up by a boring jar of rhubarb chutney?

That’s exactly what happened to Margaret Goodwin who was asleep in her bedroom when the jar exploded one morning.

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Posted: 10th, July 2013 | In: Strange But True | Comment


Man literally blows up after winning lottery

WINNING the lottery must be beyond any comprehension of what excitement means. One minute, you have all this stuff to do… endless stuff… stuff that goes on and on and on… and then WHAP! Suddenly, the only thing you have to do is get blind drunk and spend loads of money on brilliant things like houses, cars, Farah slacks made from gold and a zebra butler.

You’d be forgiven if you figuratively exploded with excitement.

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Posted: 19th, February 2013 | In: Strange But True | Comment