In Russia they sometimes publish some things in blogs that might be considered unethical to publish in some places. For examples this is a guide for removal a magnetic security tag you can meet in dress stores. Person who published this says it's just
for fun, or for using in actual store or just to use if you got the item and they forgot to remove the tag in the store so you can do it by yourself. It's kind of his disclaimer. So if to get back to the guide all one would need is
In Russia men eat beavers. That's not what you might thought about, I mean they EAT BEAVERS. Just first go to the forest, get some fat nice beavers the way other hunters catch hares or let's say birds then
cook it and eat. They say it's very tasty and can be cooked just like some other meat. If you are not ready to see a beaver preparation process then better now look below this jump.
The X-ray photograph. Yesterday Russian media reported a weird medical story about the man from Russian city Izhevsk. The man had severe pains in his chest and went to the doctor for a consultation. After the X-rays were made the doctors were sure the patient has a tumor in his lungs and decided to perform surgery. "When I opened the tumour I found something very strange - so strange that I couldn't believe my eyes", was telling the surgeon to journalists, "there was a real
fur-tree, but very little it was, just a few cm (about one inch) tall growing through his lungs. I blinked three times and then called my assistant to take a look, and then he confirmed this". The tree was removed later and was sent to a lab for tests on how it could get growing there. The photo of the object together with the surrounding body part is down there, thow it's not too pleasant to look at. The patient.
This is submarine "Typhoon" as it was called in NATO documents or "Shark" as it was called in Russia. It is considered to be the biggest submarine in the world, with over than 170 meters (515 feet) long and 23 meter (70 feet) wide. It can carry 20 ballistic nuclear missiles
and there were only six of those built. Only 3 left intact, but are staying now out of service with armament control blocks detached according to the agreement between USSR and USA signed by M. Gorbachev. Without those they are way too peaceful.