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'Simon's Cat' Creator Simon Tofield Draws His Life

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The Simon's Cat Story (A Draw my Life)

Timelapse at the Pic du Midi Observatory

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This astronomical observatory is located on the top of a montain (altitude 2,877 m) in French Pyrenees.

Japanese Cats Wearing Leaf Hats

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These adorable cats video by Shironekoshiro.
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A Heartwarming Christmas Ad - The Bear & The Hare

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Watch the new John Lewis Christmas TV advert and see Hare give his best friend Bear a Christmas he'll never forget.

Dancing Traffic Cop

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Mentoria Hutchinson, 62, has been energetically directing traffic with a shoulder shake and a hip shimmy.
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Ulvøya Time-Lapse

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Time-Lapse video of Ulvøya.

Watch an Amazing Timelapse Transformation of a Homeless Veteran

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U.S. Army Veteran Jim Wolf has struggled with alcoholism, poverty, and homelessness for decades. Dégagé Ministries, an organization dedicated to helping the homeless, decided to give Jim an extreme makeover. Filmmaker Rob Bliss shot the whole thing and here’s a timelapse showing the process. The result is really astonishing.
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World's Highest Flying Push-Up

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Ahmed "Iron Monkey" Kerigo set a world record by performing a flying push-up using stacks of small benches 1.36 meters high.

Bill Gates Unveiled Windows 30 Years Ago

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Bill Gates introduced Windows on November 10, 1983.
November 10, 1983
Microsoft unveils Windows, an extension of the MS-DOS operating system that provides a graphical operating environment. Windows features a window management capability that allows a user to view unrelated application programs simultaneously. It also provides the capability to transfer data from one application program to another. Windows wouldn't actually ship until 2 years later.
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The full Trailer for the Doctor Who 50th Anniversary Special

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The second official BBC One trailer for the Doctor Who 50th Anniversary Special. Look Cool
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Insane Domino Tricks

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Dominoes masters Hevesh5 and Millionen Dollar Boy spent over three months planning, building, setting, and editing this truly ‘insane’ dominoes video. There are between 20,000-25,000 dominoes total. Enjoy watching the neat effects featuring wheels, swivels, walls, hinges, and other tricks.
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Concrete Snowboarding

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"Liam shreds faster than most, and his ability to do it with style is a testament to his skill on a board. There's no better way to showcase his style and skill than with a raw run. No cutting. "

A Japan's Rock-Paper-Scissors Robot Wins Every Time

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A robot developed by Japanese scientists is so fast it can "win" the rock-paper-scissors game against a human every single time.
How? It cheats. From the BBC:
"It uses high-speed recognition and reaction, rather than prediction.
Technically, the robot cheats because it reacts extremely quickly to what the human hand is doing rather than making a premeditated simultaneous action as the rules state.
Taking just one millisecond (ms) - a thousandth of a second - to recognise what shape the human hand is making, it then chooses a winning move and reacts at high speed.
Version one completed its shape 20ms after the human hand; version two finishes almost simultaneously."
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See The Beauty of Math

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This video by Yann Pineill & Nicolas Lefaucheux is stunning. It powerfully illustrates the beauty of math, even if you don’t understand math. Make sure to watch fullscreen!
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Love Always Wins

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Russia is in the midst of a violent crackdown against lesbian, gay, bi and trans people - fueled by laws that make it a crime to be open about who you are and who you love.
The Olympic games are our best chance to end to Russia's outrageous anti-gay laws -- but to do it, it's going to take lots more of us to hear about what's happening in Russia.
Watch this beautiful 2-minute video, and please share it with your family and friends.