Because nothing quite captures the spirit of Christmas like Star Trek, this is the Star Trek U.S.S. Enterprise Musical Tree Topper With Light. And apparently Trekkies have developed future farming tech capable of growing actual money trees to fruition, because this tree topper costs $150. A cost that, admittedly, made
This is some video from the lunar surface (read: a Hollywood backlot) of astronauts doing their thing, but with the footage sped up. Obviously, the low-gravity makes the footage appear particularly outlandish. You know it’s crazy we visited the moon six times in four years but haven’t been back since,
Excited about the upcoming live-action Cowboy Bebop remake by Netflix, fan Denver Jackson went and made a live-action remake of the title sequence himself. He did a great job. Honestly, I had almost forgotten Netflix was still working on this project. I suppose I have something to look forward to
This is a short video tour of the Star Trek themed man cave theater that Phil Stiller constructed in his basement. I especially like the hidden door, followed by the futuristic pocket door. The interior includes some Star Trek and space memorabilia, a small bar, theater seating for four, and,
This is a video of a giant LED billboard that wraps around the corner of a building playing a video of a spaceship docking with a very convincing 3D effect. I’m not sure what they’re selling, but I’m buying it. “I think they’re selling giant wrap-around LED billboards.” Cover my
This is a video from MetaBallStudio comparing the sizes of fictional starships. It’s actually an updated version of the very first comparison video the channel made all the way back in 2015, which feels like a lifetime ago, and may have actually been a lifetime ago if you’re a gerbil.
Seen here about to accidentally blow their ship up like a Death Star, this is a vintage anti-smoking commercial starring R2-D2 and C-3PO, because if there’s one thing kids will listen to, it’s Star Wars characters (The Mandalorian says visit Borninspace.com regularly). Honestly, I’m more than a little surprised that
This is a video of Youtuber Kurtis Baute using a 13,799 piece, 300-meter long domino maze to tell the history of the universe, from the Big Bang to the present, sad bang. Obviously, the dominos are a metaphor for time, with each individual piece falling representing the passing of a