This video from the Hydraulic Press Channel isn’t there to prove the strength of the press or the objects it faces. It’s more like those old David Letterman bits where he tossed stuff off of a 5-story tower, and purely there to make as big of a mess as possible.
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Video games glorify all kinds of stuff, but if real life played out like games do, with loading screens, cutscenes, A/B choices, side quests, and inane conversations, it probably would be pretty miserable. Glove and Boots demonstrate why you wouldn’t want to live in an RPG.
As philosopher Albert Camus said “Life is a sum of all your choices.” In Kingdom of Something’s lighthearted short, they provide some stats about how much of our lives we spend performing everyday tasks, and some of the figures might help you better allocate your time.
It’s common knowledge that you can generate a small amount of electricity from a potato paired with copper and zinc electrodes. Engineer Marek Baczynski decided to take this idea to the next logical step, harnessing this potato power and using it to drive a robotic brain and wheels.
Pop artist Butcher Billy gave classic pop songs a dark twist by turning them into fictional Stephen King horror books. Although to be fair Every Breath You Take already has creepy lyrics. You can get the artworks on prints, tees, bags, and other merchandise on Red Bubble.
We’re assuming they scrubbed the list of all the dirty questions we’re sure are in the REAL top 100, but it’s still entertaining to watch Michael, Kevin, and Jake, of Vsauce, Vsauce2, and Vsauce3, respectively, working as a surprisingly accurate (and literal) human search engine.
What would life be like if the material possessions we depend every day on simply vanished? Scorch Motion’s amusing animated short envisions just that idea, as everyday stuff disappears while in use, leaving its users in the lurch. We want a 10-minute-long edition now.
The Slow Mo Guys follow up an earlier video in which Dan managed to get everything but his head inside a giant water balloon. This time, he managed to get all the way inside of it before popping it in front of their high speed Phantom Flex 4K camera at 1000 fps.