Students from the University of Minnesota captured raindrops hitting sand at various velocities using a high-speed camera. Apparently the craters left behind by the drops are similar to those made by asteroid impacts.
Watermelon, watermelon, watermelon, watermelon, watermelon, watermelon, watermelon, watermelon, watermelon, watermelon, watermelon, watermelon, watermelon, watermelon… what a melon.
A Japanese retail worker demonstrates a simple, yet effective technique which allows you to wrap boxes using diagonal folds – minimizing cuts, wasted paper and tape, and resulting in a perfectly wrapped box.
Mankind has disappeared; the buildings left behind somehow came alive. One house leaves his dying town to see the world and meets new friends along the way in this great animated short about the bittersweet journey that is life.
Honest Trailers reminds us just how silly the concept was for what somehow became the most fun and popular movie of 2014. When you really think about it, the premise sounds like something that should have been a box office flop.
Hikers in the High Tatras Mountains in Slovakia came across a crystal clear lake that was frozen solid. Walking out on the slippery, transparent surface was a surreal experience which must be seen to be appreciated.
We haven’t decided what’s more impressive here – the technological wizardry needed to wire up and synchronize all of these houses in a single light show, or the idea that this many neighbors could agree to do this.
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