Stormchasing photographer Mike Olbinski got exactly what he was looking for back on May 1. While making his way through the plains of Kansas, he set up his camera to shoot a time lapse of the stormy weather, and managed to capture the initial formation of an EF3 tornado.
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Lauri and Anni of the Hydraulic Press Channel couldn’t let one of their best tools gather dust for too long. This time they used their spaghetti-slash-worm-making press tool to smush Stretch Armstrong, burning candles, squishy toys, and other random stuff. Hungry for more?
(PG-13: Language) Musician and entertainer Seth Everman created the ultimate YouTube reaction video, in which he reacts to people reacting to him performing wizardry. Even if you don’t watch the whole thing, it’s worth watching just for the Vsauce Michael title card.
TED-Ed shares this riddle that will test your probability skills and your courage. You are faced with two wizards, whose powers work only most of the time. You are given a choice between three wands with abilities that have different success rates. Which do you choose?
Filmmaker Tyler Fairbank created this eye-popping sequence of footage of some of the Earth’s most incredible wildlife. His time-lapse, flow-motion technique further enhances the stunning 4K footage by leading our eye through some of the most compelling shots he captured.
Adam Savage gave a speech at the 2018 Maker Faire Bay Area that focused on sharing creations, and more importantly ideas. Savage reminds us that we don’t create in a vacuum, and even if we did, it is only right that we share for the betterment of others and the world.
Outdoor gear maker Vollebak recently announced a unique discount card that guarantees you one piece of every Vollebak gear that will ever be made. But the only way to avail of it is to find the card itself, which Vollebak hid somewhere underwater. Here’s the clue.
Jimi Hendrix was a master of the electric guitar. But we could never imagine one of his fiery hot tracks played on something so jangly as a ukulele. Well color us impressed. Sit back, crank up the speakers, and enjoy this fantastic uke cover of Voodoo Child, played by James Hill.
Pianist Vinheteiro catalogs some of the many memorable bits of music dating all the way back to 1500 through 2018. For the most part he manages to keep his eyes off the keyboard, but ever Lord Vin couldn’t pull off some of the trickier tunes without looking at the keys.
Neil Cicierega’s latest video pokes fun at the numerous infographics and clips listing unique state attributes. Here, he runs down the strange and disturbing dreams that each of America’s 50 states experiences, in all likelihood due to some sort of chemical in the water.
Scary Pockets teamed up with vocalist Mario Jose to perform a funky interpretation of of Guns N’ Roses’ hit Sweet Child O’ Mine, unlike any we’ve ever heard before. Between the Rhodes keyboard, horns, and Mario’s soulful voice, it’s a truly special listening experience.
Maker of things Izzy Swan shows off a building technique that makes it look like layers of wood have been woven together into a form that should be impossible to pull off. We won’t give away the trick, but it takes a whole lot of work to pull off the illusion.