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    Enjoy this skatePHX production of Justin Dailey and Cole Kurtz skating a desert gem in Arizona
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    FOX Weather Man Fail
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    Ross Ching, the director, used Adobe Photoshop, After Effects and Premiere to delete every human and moving car from all the timelapse sequences. His short, the first of a series called Empty America, shows every landmark from the Golden Gate Bridge to Fisherman's Wharf to Lombard Street to Ghirardelli Square to the Bay Bridge, "wiped empty of tourists and traffic." The below video shows how he did it.
    The "Empty America" series begins in San Francisco. From the Golden Gate Bridge to Fisherman's Wharf to Lombard Street to Ghirardelli Square to the Bay Bridge - get a good look at some of San Francisco's most iconic landmarks (wiped empty of tourists and traffic).
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    Welcome aboard, lol
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    That70sShowDude can.
    "This is one of my first times trying one armed push ups so forgive me if the form is off. I haven't done a standard push up in as long as I can remember. I just lift weights. My quad actually isn't touching the ground, it might look that way b/c of the loose shorts. Also, sorry for the little pause between push ups 3 and 4, I messed up a part of the solve."
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    Even though mussels can close-up tightly, sea stars successfully prey on them.
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    TRUE SKIN about the Cyborgs and Augmented Reality
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    Beautiful, by Jeremy Williams.
    "I captured 30,000 photos over ten months of everything I love about San Francisco. The end result required 750 hours of rendering to generate 62 tilt shift timelapse sequences."
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    A man is attempting to walk across the Irish Sea - in a human HAMSTER WHEEL. Chris Todd, 35, from Bromham, Wiltshire, will zig-zag 66 miles across open water for two days non-stop. He will power his metal wheel - which he calls a Tredalo - by walking on wire mesh, with two floats either side to act as stabilisers
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    This guy hates the plastic bottles!
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    Written & Directed by: Stephan Zlotescu
    Director of Photography: H1
    Original Music: J-Punch
    Producer: Christopher Sewall
    Manager: Scott Glassgold / IAM Entertainment
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    A day in the life of Barcelona, in miniature. Filmed during 2012 summer.
    Directed by Pau García Laita.
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    Story: A solitary, one winged creature called Wing is harassed by a group of oppressive crows due to being weak and different from them. He decides that he wants to overcome his disability and escape from the forest. He builds a catapult and a mechanical wing to accomplish this. When he launches himself away from the forest, the wing malfunctions, and he crashes into the territory of the crows. The crows are about to harm him, but are then lured away by a two-winged humanoid, who the crows attack instead. Wing finds the creature, and discovers it is a female of his own kind, and that the crows have torn one of her wings off. As the crows come towards them, Wing gets the idea that he and the female can fly in tandem by flapping each of their single wings while holding onto each other, and they manage to escape from the forest.
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    These steam trains from China, they look scary!
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    Here is the videoof Scott Pilgrim vs The World with some dubstep.
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    Watch the demise of the "domino-saurs" , it took 38.5 hours of setup time, over about 2 weeks. By FlippyCat.
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    Kevin Macleod - Prelude and Action (main sequence), and Future Gladiator (extras)
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    "Ask yourself. What would you do with your life if money was no object?" An amazing lecture from the late Alan Watts.
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    On October 4, 1957, the Soviet Union launched the first satellite, Sputnik-1, into orbit. A lot of history has happened since then! This video is a celebration of 55 years of successful missions.
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    The monotonous flatness of the Western Australian outback is interrupted by the tall antennae of the Australian SKA Pathfinder Radio Telescope. The night sky is majestically dark with no man-made lights for as far as eye would see. The dishes are slowly turning following the path of stars. Sounds like stargazer's haven... Alex Cherney filmed the CSIRO ASKAP radio telescope under the night time sky.
    The ASKAP is the next generation radio-telescope with 36 antennae that work together as one with a total collecting area of approximately 4,000 square metres. When completed the The ASKAP telescope will be able to detect hundreds of times more galaxies than current radio telescopes, helping us to understand how galaxies have formed and evolved.
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