This is a video of Major League Soccer’s Real Salt Lake player Aaron Herrera in a match against Atlas FC taking the ball after a couple passes from a toss-in and, spotting the goalie way outside the box, blasting one ito the back of the net from about 70 yards
This is some point-of-view footage from the Guinness World Record highest swing, located at the Yunyang Longgang Scenic Spot in Chongqing, China. The swing itself is 30-stories tall, and as if that wasn’t enough to make you evacuate your bowels, it swings you out over a 2,300-foot cliff at a
This is a video showing the movement of the Taipei 101’s tuned mass damper during the recent 6.9-magnitude earthquake that hit the country. The tuned mass damper is a massive 16-foot, 660-metric ton sphere suspended between the 88th and 92nd floors of the building that swings to counteract any movement
This is a video of a tornado crossing a lake in Fort Walton Beach, Florida, captured by man who’s clearly beat the odds and surpassed the average Florida Man life expectancy, which is shocking considering he’s the type to stand on his balcony and film a tornado coming at him.
This is some vintage footgae of ultra-talented voice actor Frank Welker performing a lion’s roar for The Lion King (I thought I recognized it!), with the help of a metal trash can. Now I’m not saying Frank clearly injected some lion DNA before the performance, but humans don’t roar like
Presumably orchestrated by the illuminati to prevent the reveal of his free energy equation, this is a video of a German physics professor lecturing when a massive motor-operated chalkboard tries to drop on him. Yikes. In his own words: “Fortunately I went to the toilet before class, otherwise I might
This is a flight demonstration of a 1:3.5 scale Black Airwolf Bell-222 R/C helicopter. Now that is one big R/C chopper! The absolutely massive unit measures a very respectable 4.25m (14-feet) in length, with a rotor of 3.75m (12.25-feet). Wow. This thing makes me wonder: at what point do you
Because there’s a first time for everything, these are two different angles of megaflipper Ernest Tramp performing the world’s first nine consecutive backflips (aka Nonuple Kaboom) on a trampoline, almost hitting the moon in the process. Damn, that’s a lot of flips. Some might argue too many, and I would