These are several shots of the 65-foot tall, 82-foot wide, and 185-foot long giant Godzilla statue being built as part of the the Godzilla Interception Operation attraction at the Nijigen no Mori theme park in Awaji, Japan. When open, there will be a zipline ride that zips you right into
This is a side-by-side comparison created by Youtuber MajorTom1990 of an Airbus A320 landing at the Los Angeles International Airport (LAX) in real life vs in Microsoft Flight Simulator 2020. In case you couldn’t tell, the flight simulator footage is on the left, and the real footage on the right.
This is a video from Glacier National Park in Montana of a group of hikers that encounter a grizzly bear, prompting them to all run in different directions screaming, which is apparently exactly what you’re NOT supposed to do, as it may “trigger a natural predator-prey attack response.” Thankfully for
This is a video from some thrillseekers in Croatia when the tow-cable attached to the boat of their parasailing parachute snaps, sending them slowly drifting back into the ocean. They all seem pretty calm about it. I mean I know they’re harnessed to a giant parachute and this is pretty
This is a video captured from inside the cabin of an Airbus A320 as it takes off from Changi Airport in Singapore to show the changing speed (measures in km/h so it makes no sense to Americans) as it breaks the laws of physics. Honestly, I still can’t believe people
This is a video of a train pulling a bunch of autoracks (train cars specifically designed for hauling automobiles) under a low bridge, opening the tops of all those cars and destroying the automobiles on the top level inside, with an estimated $2,000,000 in damages. That sucks. If I were
Note: Full-size version of each map below. These are two US maps detailing the best and worst attractions in each state, as according to chart maker and Instagrammer Mattsurree’s 309,200 followers. Or at least those willing to provide an answer. So, yeah, it’s questionable. Obviously– “You would have voted your
This is a video of Richard Browning of Gravity Industries flying one of the company’s jet suits over the beautiful landscapes of Iceland (it isn’t all ice!). The video includes some first-person and over-the-shoulder footage as well so you can really pretend like you’re there. Of course they replaced the