This Guy Snapped on His Pumpkin Carving This Year

Artwork by Andy Manoloff For this year’s pumpkin carving, Indiana-based artist Andy Manoloff spent approximately 8 hours creating this epic image of Tony Stark aka Iron Man. Manoloff says the pumpkin was carved by hand using an X-Acto knife, you can find a time-lapse of the pumpkin carving below. And be sure to check out his incredible pumpkin from last year as well! We can’t wait to see what he comes up with next year. [via DoggieDoc83 on reddit] Artwork by Andy Manoloff Artwork by Andy Manoloff Original Article : HERE ; The Ultimate Survival Food: The Lost Ways

NASA Shares A Picture Of The Sun That Looks Like It Celebrates Halloween Already

Science is awesome. Period. Not only has science pushed (and continues to do so) humanity forward to achieve new heights, but it has also become its key to unraveling the secrets of the universe. NASA—the National Aeronautics and Space Administration, or more conventionally speaking, the people who explore space and show us cool stuff about it—has recently posted a picture of the Sun on their official social media accounts. However, this is no ordinary glimpse into the giant ball of fire in the sky, no. Nasa’s recent post of the Sun is oddly reminiscent of an evil jack o’lantern Image credits: The SDO is an ongoing NASA mission launched in 2010 as part of the Living With A Star program. …

The Japanese Take Halloween To A New Level By Celebrating It With Every-Day Situation Costumes (28 Pics)

Have you ever found yourself in a situation where you want to dress up for an office Halloween party, but really hate the idea of spending the whole day dressed in a flamboyant and uncomfortable costume?  Well, the Japanese have found a solution to this awkward situation. In 2014, they started a subculture called Jimi Halloween (地味ハロウィン) which roughly translates to “mundane Halloween.” The idea behind it is as mundane as it sounds—people dress up in a costume that tells a boring story and involves plain and regular clothes.The whole thing was started by a small group of adults at Daily Portal Z who “kind of wanted to participate in the festivities of Halloween, but were too embarrassed to go all …