Friday Links!Leading off this week, a link I just stumbled across, and it's one of most bizarre and fascinating stories you'll ever read: Pain & Gain.
From Sirius, and this is totally cool: Children's Drawings Transformed Into Stuffed Toys. Also, and this is remarkable, it's Hyundai’s flying car, manned hexadecagon.
A slew of links from Michael M.: High-Resolution 3D Sonar Images Taken Of US Navy Ship USS Hatteras, How Animals Eat Their Food (this is hilarious), Amazing Water & Sound Experiment #2, and Carlsberg stunts with bikers in cinema. Oh, and one more, and it's a doozy: Russian bears addicted to aircraft fuel.
From Greg B., and this is fascinating: How NASA Might Build Its Very First Warp Drive. Also, and this is absolutely spectacular, and it's a must-view: gorgeous visualization of Kowloon’s Walled City.
From Steven Davis, and this is mind-blowing: SmartInversion – airborne geometrical band with inversion drive. Also, and this is very cool, it's The Reinvention of the Wheel. One more, and it's amazing: Journey to the Center of the Earth: An Incredible Glimpse Inside an Active Volcano.
From The Edwin Garcia Links Machine, and this is quite an archaeological find: King David Era Find "Buried" By Authorities For Political Reasons.
From J.R. Parnell, and this is a fascinating look into Disney history (including the sneakily subversive part) and present-day policy: Why For does Disney think that "No Nudes is Good News".
From Matt Anderson, and this is fascinating as well: How Tax Cops Killed Italy's Supercar Market.
From Kez, and this is quite fantastic: A collection of intriguing and quite useless maps. Next, and this is quite a collection of images: Humans of New York. One more, and it's a terrific comic: The Loneliest Unicorn. Finally, and this is an amazing short film: Granny O'Grimm's Sleeping Beauty.