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Scientifically-Accurate Flintstones

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"They're a homo erectus family. Taking what we know of primitive man, we can see that the Flintstones would be a far different show if treated with scientific accuracy. "
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The 'Wake Up To Your Bed Getting Blasted 50 Meters Through The Roof'

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This is a wake-up prank from the Japanese special Dokkiri Award (Japanese TV) of comedian Toshiaki Kasuga being launched through the roof of a cabin at the base of Mt. Fuji one morning. The Japanese TV show got Toshiaki to sleep at the foot of Mt. Fuji in a small cabin rigged with all kinds of bungee cords attached cranes. Apparently the show managed to get Toshiaki drunk the night before, it is Awesome!
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Where Did Earth's Water Come From?

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“Earth didn’t have water when it formed, but it does now! How did it get wet?” by MinuteEarth.

The Balloon Highline

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A group of French thrill-seeker, their attempt at walking a tightrope between two hot air balloons. More images jump more.
"Last week, we left winter behind and headed to the sun to try and turn our latest dream into reality. We put up a line between 2 hot air balloons to try our first completely movable highline. All of the Skyliners team was excited to put their skills to the test on such an amazing line. Thanks to the talent of the pilots, we came really close."
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Eye Piece :Incredibly Realistic CGI Eyeball

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Work in progress made with Lightwave, Sculptris and a smattering of Krita.

Why Do We Get Nervous?

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By AsapSCIENCE.

Timelapse Video : Stormscapes

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The Great Plains of the United States produce some of the most beautiful thunderstorms, supercells, and unique cloud structures in the world. Nicolaus Wegner spent the summer of 2013 on the northern Great Plains photographing some of these storms.
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How To Beat Flappy Bird

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"With a little patience and a steady hand, anyone can beat Flappy Bird!"

Alex Honnold climbed El Sendero Luminoso, a 1,500 foot wall in Mexico, 5.12 Big Wall Solo

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On January 15th, 2014 Alex Honnold made the first-ever free solo ascent of El Sendero Luminoso, a 1500-foot big wall in Monterrey, Mexico, rated 5.12d. This is a raw, slo-mo clip from his climb of pitch 7, 5.12a. Footage shot by Cedar Wright, Renan Ozturk, and SkySight RC.

Can Music Improve Athletic Performance?

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Can music act as a performance enhancing drug? AsapSCIENCE answering your burning questions.

Fart Gymnasty

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Fart Gymnasty

Baby Girl Experiences Rain for the First Time (Video)

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Kayden Byon, a 15-month-old baby girl, experiences rain for the very first time and her reaction is priceless. Cute!
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Sochi's Strangest Toilets

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Sochi's Strangest Toilets

How Olympians Have Changed Since 1924

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What has changed in nearly 100 years of sports?

WindScale, Beautiful Time-Lapses of the American Southwest Combined with Stop Motion Animation

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Photographer Eric Paré created beautiful time-lapses of the American Southwest with stop motion animation.
"Breathing in peace, on a timeless journey across extraordinary landscapes"
This short film has been produced while traveling from Montréal to Nevada in July 2013, on the way to Burning Man. It is an attempt at experimenting with stop-motion and time-lapse techniques, but above all technical aspects, we simply wanted to immortalize a magical moment we experienced, gazing at the beauty of western US.