31.12.08

Dolphins Passing By

A massive and graceful pod of dolphins are caught on tape as they jump by a boat during a huge hunt for fish.

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30.12.08

For Erin


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New Belly Button Piercing


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29.12.08

Realistic Robots Dancing

Robots are getting amazingly realistic nowadays. 

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28.12.08

Burn-E is a Pixar short film that should be attached to the movie Wall-E on the DVD release. Disney Pixar have been kind of secretive about Burn-E; not that much has been unveiled by them so far. But here he is:
But a / Film reader asserts that Burn-E can be spotted in some Wall-E footage previously released by Disney Pixar.
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Eye See You!



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27.12.08

Sumo Needs Some Work

Ya gotta start somewhere.

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The Mactini

The world's smallest personal computer.


And as long as we're on the subject:

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And a Little Child shall Lead Them....

Mom says, "We snuck out into the middle of Broad Street to snap a pic in front of City Hall and all the crowds. When Will raised his hands for the picture, cheers erupted. So he continued to repeat the gesture, getting wild response from the crowd on both sides of the street up and down the street as far as we could see. We couldn't have planned this if we practiced and practiced."

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26.12.08

Teacher Gets Fired For Telling Students Truth About Santa


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25.12.08

Merry Christmas Mary

Here's a more contemporary explanation, with the question, "Mary, did you know?"

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Merry Christmas Charlie Brown

Merry Christmas

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24.12.08

Microwave Christmas

Twas the night before Christmas,
when all through the house
not a creature was stirring,
not even a mouse.

Stockings were hung 
by the chimney with care,
as the microwaves' thrum
was filling the air. 

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23.12.08

Australian Christmas Lights

This is how they do it in Australia. 

Actually, they have this to say for themselves:
40,000 LEDs, more than 5kms of cabling and 176 channels of light synchronised to music, all sponsored by Messages On Hold.com.au. Located in Bishop Riley Way Churchlands, Australia. Last year we raised $12k for the children's hospital, we're aiming for $20k and as at Dec 17th the total stands at $7,520. The track is Music Box Dancer by DJ Schwerde. Display uses $5 of power per night, they're mostly LEDs. Enjoy

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22.12.08

The Icy Hill

I think I went this way to work this morning. . .
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UP!

Seems odd to tell you that one of the best movies of 2009 will be starring Ed Asner in the lead role, but this is Pixar we're talking about. They could make an Oscar-worthy movie about freakin' Chuckles the Clown if they wanted to. The greatest animation studio since the golden age of Walt Disney brings their tenth film to the big screen in 2009 and, thanks to their unprecedented track record of critical and popular hits, they've (so far) only been selling Up on a single beautiful image of a small house flying through the sky tethered to thousands of balloons. The story revolves around 78-year-old Carl Fredricksen who avoids being sent to a nursing home and keeps a promise to his late wife to see the world with the help of a tenacious Wilderness Ranger and lots and lots of helium. Might be too sentimental in less skilled hands, but, at this point, it's safe to say that Pixar deserves the benefit of the doubt. (Plus it's the first Pixar movie to be filmed in Disney Digital 3D, so you know it's going to be gorgeous.)


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21.12.08

Last Minute Christmas Suggestion


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20.12.08

Politically Correct Cartoon


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Waterskiing in downtown Italy

The high tide flooded the square. What else can one do?

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19.12.08

Invention: Everyone Deserves A Bed

What a great invention!

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18.12.08

SnowDog

It was during a blizzard in the late 1990's where 54 inches of snow fell in 48 hours near Ward, Colorado. And this dog loved every moment of it. No snow hill was too deep for him to run around in

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The Cost of Immigration, in Gumballs

This is a MUST SEE video for anyone interested in the immigration debate, whether you are a citizen, an illegal alien or a Congressman. This clip from the longer video, Immigration by the Numbers, features public policy analyst Roy Beck, of NumbersUSA, demonstrating the catastrophe of the huge numbers of both legal and illegal immigration by Third World people into the modern nations. He uses standard statistics and simple gumballs to show this disaster in the making.

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17.12.08

First Wolverine Trailer

Hugh Jackman reprises the role that made him a superstar – as the fierce fighting machine who possesses amazing healing powers, retractable claws and a primal fury. Leading up to the events of X-Men, X-Men Origins: Wolverine tells the story of Wolverine’s epically violent and romantic past, his complex relationship with Victor Creed, and the ominous Weapon X program. Along the way, Wolverine encounters many mutants, both familiar and new, including surprise appearances by several legends of the X-Men universe whose appearances in the film series have long been anticipated.
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16.12.08

Cans Trap the Dog

This poor dog is just so upset. It can’t escape the can barrier. It is also apparently limited to right-hand turns.

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15.12.08

Building an Igloo

This is a quick instruction on building your own igloo. In more temperate climates, we'd use snowballs, stolen from the local snowmen. Works great!

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14.12.08

A320 in Crosswinds

Have you ever wondered how an airplane lands in a crosswind? This is the answer. Maybe you didn't really want to know.

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13.12.08

I think he can dance.

OK, this is not your normal definition of dance. But whatever it is, it is a whole lot of skillz, and I think "dance" is as close as anything.

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12.12.08

The Future of Nanotechnology

The future of technology is in nanotechnology. Everything is getting smaller: cell phones, computers, solar cells. Nanotechnology is how we make things very, very small.

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11.12.08

Imagining Ten Dimensions

This is fairly heady stuff, but it's presented clearly - or as clearly as ten dimensional space-time can be. I didn't understand it all, but I still found it fascinating, and I learned something. 


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10.12.08

Full Motion Gear-driven Paper

Haruki Nakamura’s papercraft does more than just sit there and look pretty. The pieces fit together like gears, and actually turn for a kinetic effect that goes far beyond most papercraft creations. Skip to the 49 second mark on the video to see his papercraft heart in action.


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9.12.08

Beware of the Doghouse

I don't know a single man who thinks this is funny. . .

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8.12.08

Gabe the Bulldog

Be sure to stop by & watch Gabe's America's Funniest Video today & cast your FiVE SMiLeY vote for him at the link below! Pass it on, too & spread the FuN! Thanks to you all, Gabe's video has held the #1 TOP RATED spot on the site!

(BTW--if you have trouble getting the video to play, just hit refresh & it will get it going! (we almost always have to do this to get it to play  )

http://abc.go.com/primetime/afv/index?pn=player&itemId=6325790

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7.12.08

Parking Problems

Well, that's one way to solve the problem.

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6.12.08

Birds!

I love this video.

From Pixar, of course
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5.12.08

Ants. Nature's Secret Power.

These little guys are amazing!

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4.12.08

Tiny Beaches

and as long as we're looking at tilt shift video, here's a fun one. It's from Tamarama Beach, Sydney, on the first warm weekend of the year, but that's not what it looks like!

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3.12.08

Newest Extreme Sport

Of course it's a commercial. But it's funny!

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Mini Monster Trucks?

We've seen lots of tilt shift photographs before (you know, where you make regular things look like tiny models) but here's an amazing use of the technique done on HD video with frames removed to make this Monster Truck Rally look like a cartoon.

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2.12.08

Confused Kitten with a Leash and a Toilet

That's enough to confuse most anybody. This kitten does it cuter than most anybody.

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1.12.08

Stunt Plane Loses its Wing.

The crowd shouting "Oh No!" and "Run!!" make sense. What happens next is hard to believe! Personally, I think we've just seen an excellent example of video editing of a remote-control aircraft, and some very good viral marketing!
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30.11.08

Genius Dog Fetches the Ball


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29.11.08

Making Water Bounce

Using a high-speed camera setup in the lab, GE scientists captured details of water droplets dancing on amazing superhydrophobic surfaces developed in GE Global Research's Nanotechnology lab. For more information and videos, visit GE's technology blog at www.grcblog.com.

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28.11.08

Genius Guitar Machine

A street performer in the UK town of Bath playing a violin and a bizarre, foot controlled guitar machine.

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27.11.08

The Safest Place On Earth

Stone Mountain

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26.11.08

Mars Science Laboratory Mission


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25.11.08

Cars aint what they used to be either...

Lada - The best car in the world!

(So what happened to the driver?)
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24.11.08

Bicycles aren't what they used to be...

I'm afraid I can't do this on my bike.

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23.11.08

Hack into a flashlight for free power.

This is not a project for everybody, but it's cool, it's useful, and it's real clear.

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22.11.08

Simon gets a good night's sleep with his cat.

Time Lapse, for your viewing pleasure.
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21.11.08

The "Almost" Transformers

PATHETIC TRANSFORMERS - They had dreamt of being Transformers for a really really really long time.







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20.11.08

What if THE MATRIX Ran on Windows?


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19.11.08

Star Trek X Trailer


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18.11.08

Killer Whales Chasing a Penguin


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17.11.08

The Original Turbo Encabulator


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Fireworks!

I just like fireworks, and I figured today's a good day for them.


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16.11.08

PUDDLES NOT ALWAYS WHAT THEY SEEM

This innocent kid is playing innocently with puddles of water until he got more than he asked for!



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15.11.08

Magic Levitation Wand

OK, so it's not really magic (this page shows the science behind it), but it's still pretty cool. "Todays magic is tomorrow's science" as they say.

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14.11.08

I need some of this!


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13.11.08

Gabriela Montero - Improvisation @ Koln Philharmonie

This lady asks the audience to sing a song to her - a song she's never heard before. Then she improvises on it. Oh. My. Goodness. She is amazing!

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12.11.08

Dads Changing Diapers

See! Dads can change diapers!

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11.11.08

How to load a quad into your truck... NOT


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10.11.08

Fat guy pulls an amazing stunt


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9.11.08

Snake Head Attack


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8.11.08

Wedding Proposal via game hack

This is one of the most impressive marriage proposals I've ever seen, though it may be only effective among nerds.


His comments:

On October 17th, 2008, I proposed to my (now) Fiance. Originally I wanted to retun to the site of our first date, Mount Baker, near Bellingham Washington. Sadly, there was no discrete way to get her out there. So I turned to the next best thing, digitally recreating the mountain!

But why stop there? I figured I'd try and recreate many of our other favorite memories -- stargazing, dancing, even her favorite song lyrics (from the Princess Bride). I'm a college student who is studying Computer Science, and I wanted to do something unique that used my talents, so I did some research on Rom hacking, as she was playing through Chrono Trigger. (A perennial favorite of mine, I can't wait to buy it for my DS.) I even put in her cat, Cleo!

I had several goals in mind:
First) Keep the area in the context of the original game, the proposal should be a surprise.
Second) Get it done quick! I had the ring, I had the Father's blessing, and you can't sit on either of those for too long. You'll notice some of the NPC collision information is missing (the cat runs through a lot of weird places) and I didn't have time to properly debug every tile.
Third) Place memories that might be poignant enough to remind her of our relationship, while not advertantly giving away that this was somehow hacked.(See goal #1.)

Overall, it was a resounding success. She had no idea that this wasn't part of the original. She asked, "Hey, are those the Princess Bride lyrics? Do the Japanese really love that movie?" to which I responded, "Yeah! That's probably it! Either that or a bored translator slipping in an easter egg."

When her name appeared on screen (blurred in this video), she glanced over to me (on one knee, with the ring out), wondering, "How did they get my name in this game?" When she saw the ring, she reread the proposal, nodded yes, and said, "You are such a huge nerd! I love this!"

I spent a long time debating whether or not this proposal was awesome or incredibly stupid. Her friends, and my friends helped talk me into it, and it was a huge success!

I built the area by fusing a pre-existing area (Denodoro Mountains) with concepts I had in my mind. Each NPC in the area (save the cat, and the young girl at the beginning) is supposed to be either myself or my fiance.
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7.11.08

Pranks gone wrong





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6.11.08

This is what happens if you talk on your phone at a concert

This is good. They need to make this standard procedure

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5.11.08

Could You Forget Someone You Talked to 5 Seconds Ago?

These ordinary people did! The last bit is the best - so make sure you watch the entire thing!


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4.11.08

Formula hill climbing in iceland

This looks like a huge waste of time and money, but a whole lot of fun!


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3.11.08

Gun Control and the Election

This is certainly not politically correct. It is, however, hilarious. And it makes a point or two.

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Obama's Accomplishments

Such powerful qualifications!


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1.11.08

This guy is better than Kriss Angel


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31.10.08

Halloween: in 5-part Harmony

This is a made-for-YouTube musicial rendition of the 1978 horror flick Halloween. It's not gruesome; but it's awfully weird. Very well done!
I actually don't know who did this; I am impressed with the production, though!

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30.10.08

Halloween Pranks




This one had a problem:

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28.10.08

Getting Excited About Lobsters!

Wow, Daddy! Wow!

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27.10.08

The Large Hadron Collider yields Unexpected Results


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Large Hadron Collider Fact #14


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Paint the Town Red

Usually, the term "Delirious" isn't entirely positive. This is a Delirious that's a "who" not a "state of mind".

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26.10.08

Best Man Boffs the Rings

Is it possible to go from 'best man' to 'guy we'll never talk to again because you destroyed my special day' in 10 seconds...

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25.10.08

2 Firetrucks, One Intersection.

I've always wondered what would happen if - in their hurry to get to the scene of the fire - two fire trucks got to the same spot and no one yielded ...
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24.10.08

How NOT to break a world record

If you're going to do this on TV, you might want to learn how to do it. . .

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23.10.08

Speeding ticket, that's nothing. Watch what happens next!


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22.10.08

Kung-Fu Panda chopstick fight scene

This comes with the following warning:

I dont think this is a spoiler, its just one of the awesome moments in the movie (you might go blind from overexposure to sheer awesomeness). If you havent seen this movie, you should. Pixar and Wall-E has nothing on this.

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21.10.08

Mythbusters: RUBENS' TUBE (Fire Sound Wave)

Jamie and Adam recreate this popular physics experiment where fire represents sound waves.

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20.10.08

The Cop and Horse Prank

You wouldn't expect a cop to be part of a hidden camera prank, and that makes this all the more hilarious.

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Election Debates Summaraized


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19.10.08

Weatherman proposes to news anchor... Live on the air!

I love live video hijinks. Here, weatherman Matt Laubahn pops the question to girlfriend and former co-anchor Emily Leonard during a live broadcast.

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18.10.08

Robot Fish Swims Through the Air

This Fin-Fish remote control blimp floats so gracefully through the air that it is liable to hypnotize you at your office desk until quittin' time. There isn't any information on device, but it appears to be an entry in the annual Airship Regatta held in Germany. And, and like the Air Ray, it is probably built with a helium-filled balloon and servo-driven fins.

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17.10.08

Iceland Off-Road Racing

Off road motor sport at its best. Most powerful specially modified 4x4 vehicles taken to the extreme with full throttle and nitro. Hundreds upon hundreds of horses under the hood.

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16.10.08

How to pull off the cup prank

With this prank, you’ll leave your victims wet and mad while you laugh your pants off. To do this, you will only need a cup, tape and some grease. Find out how to prepare this prank by watching this video. Just don't do it at my office.

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15.10.08

Projector Phone Puts Everything Out There


Just last week 3M announced that their MPro110 handheld projector would be shipping on September 30, which was great news for those who’ve been following the development of mini projectors over the years. Their palm sized projector weighs just a third of a pound which is an impressive feat, but the real ‘holy grail’ of mini projectors would be the oft-promised version that’s small enough to fit into a cellphone. So given that 3M is the first company to get a handheld projector to the market, I’m kind of surprised to see that Chinavasion is already selling a projector equipped cellphone.

It’s a tri-band GSM model that features all of the options you’d expect on a smartphone these days like a touch screen, bluetooth, digital camera, microSD card slot and what appears to be a bastardized version of the iPhone OS, but it also includes a built-in 640×480 projector, which is definitely something most consumers would not expect. The photo above shows a supposed actual projection from the phone, but the video I’ve included below seems a bit more indicative of what the projector’s quality is really like.

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14.10.08

Candletastic

There's an invisible force! Isn't science fun!

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13.10.08

Taking the Wife out for a Spin

Ex F1 driver Riccardo Patrese takes his wife round Jerez circuit in a Honda Civic Type-R... a little too quickly! Hilarious! The fun starts at about the two minute mark. She discovers the camera about three and a half minutes into the ride.

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12.10.08

Railway Crossing Incident

This is not the right way to deal with a railway crossing.

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Bird Crap in the News


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11.10.08

Inside the Diaper.

A new actor, a whiz kid, delivers a golden performance.


Here's the original:

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The Large Hadron Collider Explained.

Cern id the organization. The LHC is their instrument; rather it's their largest instrument. Will it destroy the world? Some people are afraid it might. But here's how it works: you decide.

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10.10.08

Science: How to make balls of solid water.

I haven't tried this, but it looks cool. On the other hand, I can see how it could be scammed too. What do you think?

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9.10.08

The Latest Crisis

This strikes me as singularly appropriate in this day and age.

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8.10.08

Incredible Beings Under of the Sea

Although the presentation was given ten years ago (the presenters start by cracking jokes about the then-current box office hit Titanic), ocean explorer David Gallo has some amazing video of animals and other interesting stuff in the deep sea. The thirteen-minute presentation is crammed full of video showing strange octopods, colorful jellyfish, beautiful tubeworms (including a worm fight!), and scary fish — but there’s also some really interesting video of deep-sea hydrothermal vents. The vents are surprisingly active, showing clouds of sulfurous volcanic crud pouring out. Despite this seemingly toxic environment, there’s a thriving ecosystem surrounding the vents — and Gallo has video to prove it. If you’ve ever wondered what’s down there, check out this video!



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7.10.08

You're not so big, you know.

Here's an introduction into exactly how big you are. Or aren't. It puts things into some serious perspective!

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6.10.08

911 Call

Sometimes spelling is invaluable. 

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5.10.08

Air Traffic Worldwide

The AirTraffic team presents the global air traffic; it's a simulation over 24 hours. No wonder it's hard finding people to be AirTraffic Controllers.

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4.10.08

How to do the Saw Trick

Everybody does this magic trick. Penn and Teller do it, and then explain it.

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3.10.08

Third Party Presidential Candidate

I think this is the first candidate I can really trust. Got my vote!
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2.10.08

Not a Single Person Alive Knows How to Make a Pencil

America's freedom and prosperity derive from the combination of the idea of human liberty in America's Declaration of Independence with the idea of economic freedom in Adam Smith's Wealth of Nations. Milton Friedman explains how markets and voluntary exchange organize activity and enable people to improve their lives. He also explains the price system.

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1.10.08

Girl Falls For Diet Coke Mentos Booby Trap

The girl in this video falls for the old "Mentos Trap" but because she is distracted her reaction is hilarious!

Shows you "howto" at the beginning and then the hidden camara) It all kicks off at +0:43


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30.9.08

Knocking Down 30,000 Dominoes

You can do more with dominoes than just knock them down, you know. You can stack them into walls, and then knock the walls down like dominoes.




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O the things you can do with sticky notes.

This is the group that made such progress with diet coke and mentos!

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29.9.08

SPACEX SUCCESSFULLY LAUNCHES FALCON 1 TO ORBIT

HAWTHORNE, CA – Space Exploration Technologies Corp. (SpaceX) announces that Flight 4 of the Falcon 1 launch vehicle has successfully launched and achieved Earth orbit. With this key milestone, Falcon 1 becomes the first privately developed liquid fuel rocket to orbit the Earth.

"This is a great day for SpaceX and the culmination of an enormous amount of work by a great team," said Elon Musk, CEO and CTO of SpaceX. "The data shows we achieved a super precise orbit insertion—middle of the bull's-eye — and then went on to coast and restart the second stage, which was icing on the cake."

Falcon 1, designed from the ground up by SpaceX, lifted off at 4:15 p.m. (PDT) / 23:15 (UTC) from the Reagan Test Site (RTS) on Omelek Island at the U.S. Army Kwajalein Atoll (USAKA) in the Central Pacific, about 2,500 miles southwest of Hawaii.

Preliminary data indicates that Falcon 1 achieved an elliptical orbit of 500 km by 700 km, 9.2 degrees inclination—exactly as targeted.

Falcon 1 carried into orbit a payload mass simulator of approximately 165 kg (364 lbs), designed and built by SpaceX, specifically for this mission. Consisting of a hexagonal aluminum alloy chamber 1.5 meters (5 feet) tall, the payload remains attached to the second stage as it orbits Earth.

This was the fourth launch of the Falcon 1 launch vehicle and second flight for the new SpaceX-developed Merlin 1C regeneratively-cooled engine. A "hold before liftoff" system was used to enhance reliability by permitting all launch systems to be verified as functioning nominally before launch was initiated. A single SpaceX-developed Kestrel engine powered the Falcon 1 second stage.

For more information about the Falcon family of vehicles, and to watch the archived video of the Falcon 1, Flight 4 launch, visit the SpaceX website at www.spacex.com



An interview with the founder of the company about this mission can be found here

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28.9.08

Impressively Pointless Discipline

This guy combines the impressive with the completely pointless, and he's successful!

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27.9.08

Crows Are Getting Smarter. Forget our fear of robots taking over the world, it`s the crows we should be worried about.

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26.9.08

A whole new perspective on guitar tapping!


Awesome Guitar Tapping. Unlike other guitar players and tappers, this guy uses all 6 strings and at least 10 fingers.


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25.9.08

Wearable Motorcycle

I know this looks a lot like TRON, but it also looks like fun! I don't think I'd want to (or be able to) take this cross country, but it might be a riot in town on Saturday night.

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24.9.08

The Google Cell Phone

I may have found my new phone.


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23.9.08

Money on the Move

This might be an ad for shoes, but the animation is interesting no matter what the product. (Actually, it's an ad for a coin counting service.)

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22.9.08

The Speed Vest

The Speed Vest is experimental clothing designed to create an environment in which bicyclists are respected as equal users of the roadway.

It increases motorists' awareness of both cyclists and speed limits by displaying the bicyclist's speed in bright 6" electroluminescent digits on the bicyclists back.

The Speed Vest is currently being tested in Minneapolis & St. Paul as an advocacy tool to promote an image of bicycling as fast, safe transporation.

Contact: info@speedvest.com


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21.9.08

Anti-Helium Gas

This is the kind of fun you can have when you're a "scientist".


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20.9.08

Born to be Wild!

So what happens when baby boomers start collecting Social Security? Music was once from Steppenwolf.

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19.9.08

How to Win a Gymnastics Gold Medal

How to win a Gold Medal at the Olympics

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18.9.08

Stealth Cat!


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17.9.08

The Asteroid That Kills Us

This from the Discovery Channel: the end of the earth as we know it.

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16.9.08

Cell-phone Video Projector

This is without question the smallest video projector I've ever seen.


There are competitors:



and this one lets you plug your iPod in directly:

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15.9.08

Polar Bear vs. a Pack of Sled Dogs

Imagine that you live in Alaska and your sled dogs are around your back yard. Then a hungry polar bear shows up. This is not what you'd expect!

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14.9.08

Speedboat Submarine

Have you ever watched one of those superfast speedboats, and wondered what would happen if they got messed up a little? It's really cool! Scary, but cool.


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13.9.08

The Delivery

He receives a delivery. What is it? This isn't Pixar - it's FrameBox - but it's very well imagined and nicely rendered.

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12.9.08

Pixar's Lifted

I love the foolishness of little green aliens.

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11.9.08

How to sharpen a Pencil - in Shop Class


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10.9.08

An Old Style Letterpress: Firefly


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9.9.08

The Lizard Died

Watch the ants go after it!
Ants vs. Lizard

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8.9.08

The Ball Girl's Amazing Catch

She put to shame the yahoos on the field.

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6.9.08

This beats the Egg McMuffin Cold!


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5.9.08

The Flying of the Fly

and why you can never swat one!

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4.9.08

Coming and Going

This is what you can do with a fertile imagination!

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3.9.08

Papy Echec Plays Chess

I love this old codger and his chess-playing buddy.

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Beer Basics

Get out of your Miller/Bud/Coors rut and try something with some taste for a change. Here’s a little tidbit from the Grocery School video series with Sarah East. She explains all you need to know about buying and trying different styles of beer. Ales, lagers, porters, stouts, pale ales and light beers are all explained here succinctly and briefly. Hang on to this as a reference.

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1.9.08

Olympic Gymnastics meets Kung Fu

This guy has one of the best martial arts skills I've ever seen.
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31.8.08

FIREPROOF

I haven't seen a movie like this one for a long time.
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