Don’t you hate it when you log into Facebook and find that they’ve changed everything? New features have been added over here, old features have been removed over there…it never ends. Well, what would it be like if that happened in real life? ExtremelyDecentFilms takes a humorous look at a Facebook update in the real [...]
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Canadian astronaut Cmdr. Chris Hadfield will return to Earth on Monday. Before doing so, however, he had to make sure he did something special. From high above the planet, Hadfield recorded the first-ever music video from outer space. Check out his awesome rendition of David Bowie’s “Space Oddity” below…it’s truly a thing of beauty. Related [...]
It’s here. The world’s first 3D-printed gun has not only been generated, but it also works! Just watch Cody Wilson, the man behind the world’s first 3D-printed gun, firing the weapon on video below. The weapon, dubbed “the Liberator,” is printed on a Stratasys Dimension SST 3D printer. It is comprised of 16 parts, 15 [...]
What exactly did this student catch on film? That’s what the world wants to know as the footage racks up massive amounts of views on YouTube. The footage was uploaded to YouTube on April 15 with the title “Monster in Lough Foyle!” and has received close to one million views so far. In the description, [...]
Internet zoologist zefrank1 is back. This time, he’s presenting true facts about the tapir. What’s a tapir? Yeah, we don’t know either. Check it out below.
Here’s a very interesting question. Which hurts more…childbirth for females or getting kicked in the family jewels for males? Is it even possible to figure out which experience causes more pain? AsapSCIENCE gives it a shot in the video below.
What do you get when you cross Google Street View with Leap Motion technology? You get a totally awesome video from teehanlax that will make you wonder what manner of sorcery this is, exactly. Check out the coolness below!
Have you ever stopped to wonder how much money actually exists on the planet? Our answer? Not enough. Michael from Vsauce explores this fascinating question in the video below.