More links for 11 Jan 2008

These guys from Circus Monte-Carlo have incredible body control. [I-Am-Bored]
Inside the splendid Ieronimus Cathedral, built by Episcope de Salamanca in 1102 A.D., among the fascinating carvings of mythical animals and saints, we find - NASA Astronaut... [Dark Roasted Blend (Scroll down)]
Man replaces severed thumb with toe. With video! [Abc7]
Man catches swordfish with his bare hands. [OrlandoSentinel]
A fossil unearthed in China has given scientists a rare glimpse of what dinosaurs were like in the flesh. [BBC]
A team of ambitious young travellers have driven a fleet of three Trabants, the infamous East German autos, from Germany to Phnom Penh as a fundraiser for Cambodian street children. The 16,100 mile journey spanned 21 countries -- and 320 breakdowns. [Spiegel]
A sweetener used in sugar-free chewing gum, some toothpastes and thousands of other products could be a severe health risk, doctors warned. [DailyMail]
The Gizmodo kids pulled a good prank at CES by firing TV-B-Gone remotes at monitors on display, turning them off as a result. With video! [Gizmodo]
Workplace dramas involving unreasonable bosses, aggressive colleagues and creeps who are always last to the bar all have their parallels in the animal kingdom, according to a study. [Telegraph]
Inflatable car capsule. [Jalopnik]
The NASA/ESA Hubble Space Telescope has revealed a never-before-seen optical alignment in space: a pair of glowing rings, one nestled inside the other like a bull's-eye pattern. [Space Telescope]
The most massive known black hole in the universe has been discovered, weighing in with the mass of 18 billion Suns. [New Scientist]
Embryonic stem cells created without harming embryo, for real this time. [Wired]