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LEGO Motorized Hoist

LEGO Motorized Hoist

It’s not the fastest or most efficient way to lift an object, but we’re still duly impressed that Brick Experiment Channel was able to successfully lift an 88 kg (195 lb) hunk of stone using a single LEGO Technics motor, gears, and string.

A Tight Right Turn

A Tight Right Turn

We always wondered how those long trucks carrying windmill parts made it around corners, and now we have the answer. Watch as this 197 foot-long turbine blade makes a hard 90ยบ right turn, thanks to an ingenious trailer design by Nooteboom. Watch at original speed here.

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Interlocking Watermelon

Interlocking Watermelon

Video footage of an incredible bit of fruit carving artistry out of China – a watermelon that’s been cut in such a way that it opens up to form a hanging lantern, while links in its rind support its own weight.

Parting a Sea of People

Parting a Sea of People

Amazing footage of a veritable sea of people participating in a Ganesh Visarjan celebration in India, as they first dutifully clear the way for an ambulance to get through, then get right back to the festivities without skipping a beat.

Fish? What Fish?

Fish? What Fish?

At first glance you’d think you’re just looking at the floor of the sea. But upon closer inspection, you’ll see an unusual ground-hugging fish that blends into its surroundings so well that you’d never know it was there until it moves.

Hero Cat

Hero Cat

A young boy was playing outside his Bakersfield house on a trike when the unthinkable happened – the neighbor’s dog attacked. Thankfully, the family cat Tara was on the scene, scaring the mutt away before it could do any more damage.

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