Hidden away in the Lake District, Cumbria, a fleet of 25 original cars from film and television is going up for sale on the online auction site eBay. Dedicated British hobbyist Peter Nelson (above, with the Batmobile) has spent 30 years painstakingly collecting the vehicles, which have been displayed in his museum – Cars of the Stars.
A Harrier Jump Jet has been removed from sale on the e-Bay auction site.
The seller, Chris Wilson, has been told it contravenes their firearms, weapons and knives policy.
Bidding for the plane had reached £94,000.
The rare two-seater T2 Harrier is largely found in museums and there are only four left in the world.
Mankind's capacity to store the colossal amount of information in the world has been measured by scientists.
The study, published in the journal Science, calculates the amount of data stored in the world by 2007 as 295 exabytes.
That is the equivalent of 1.2 billion average hard drives.
Most first-person shooters start with a massive battle to get the player's heart racing, something that sets the tone for what's to come. Duke Nukem Forever opens with the main character relieving himself in a urinal.
"This is taking forever," he grumbles midstream. You can say that again, Duke.