Irish Tweens Create Banging Song & Music Video
This is the music video for ‘The Spark’, a song created by a group of Irish tweens as part of the youth rap initiative Rhyme Island in Cork, Ireland. It was released ahead of of June 15th’s Cruinniú na nÓg, an annual “free day of creativity for young people” in
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Musician Recreates Cartoon Sound Effects
These are several videos of musician Josh Harmon recreating cartoon sound effects with his percussion instruments and other objects. You may recall Josh from the video of him recreating the sound effects from the trailer for The Legend Of Zelda: Tears Of The Kingdom. Or you might not. Me? I
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Speed Kayaking Down Drainage Ditch Into Ocean
In what is arguably the best case I’ve seen made for me buying a kayak, this is a video of a group of fun-lovers speeding down an empty drainage ditch in Lion’s Bay, British Columbia and into the ocean, where they surprisingly weren’t immediately eaten by sharks. Whenever I dip
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Sony Demonstrates Precision Of New Microsurgery Robot By Stitching Up A Single Corn Kernel
To demonstrate the precision of its new Microsurgery Assistance Robot, Sony used the device to delicately stitch up a single kernel of corn. What that corn did to require stitches, I’m not sure, but I suspect it involved an accident with one of those spiked corn on the cob holders
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Driving On Tires Made Of 10,000 Nails
Proving that nails are much less dangerous to your tires when they’re made of them, this is a video of the automotive maniacs of Garage 54 driving a Mercedes G Wagon on custom tires made of incredibly long nails. They perform reasonably well in the snow, but quickly get bent
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Kayaking Down A 60-Foot Arctic Waterfall
In I don’t ever want to be that cold news, this is a video of Red Bull kayaker Aniol Serrasolses dropping down a 60-foot glacial waterfall in the Arctic Circle near Svalbard, Norway. It takes Aniol over seven hours of hiking to get into position for the 2 second ride
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Deep Sea Squid With Bioluminescent ‘Headlights’ On Arms Spotted By Submersible
Scientists from The University of Western Australia and Kelpie Geosciences in the UK have captured footage of a rarely seen Dana octopus squid, which features giant bioluminescent headlights on two of its arms. The photophores are some of the largest in the world — about the size of lemons. Damn!
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Solar Orbiter Provides Closest Yet Video Of The Sun’s Corona
Captured by the European Space Agency’s Solar Orbiter, this is a closer-than-ever-before video of the sun’s outer corona, highlighting some of its features. My corona? It has a lime wedge in it. A beautiful video though, isn’t it? It makes the sun look so warm and inviting, like it would
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