These are several shots from specialty cargo and freight hauler P. Adams Schwertransporte of a 67-meter (220-foot!) wind turbine blade being transported “on a challenging route” somewhere in Europe. I’ll say. If this were the gig I got playing Euro Truck Simulator 2 I would just point the truck at
Go big or go home: I went home and I have no regrets. Other people, other people have decided to go big. This is a video tour of Czech Republic LEGO builder Marek Mencl’s 1,000,000+ piece LEGO Hogwarts Castle. Just look at that thing! The entire castle takes up an
This is a video from a couple Canadian deer hunters of a mama grizzly bear standing up in front of their truck to investigate the vehicle and make sure it doesn’t pose a threat to her cubs. In one of the hunter’s own words while I remind Goldilocks that the
This is a visualization created by MetaBallStudios (previously) of the size of various cities around the globe as measured by total urban area and not just “city proper (administrative) or metropolitan area.” There are some big-ass cities in the world! Honestly, I had a hard time even fathoming the size
This is a timelapse video of an insanely large drumkit being set up at concert venue Turock in Essen, Germany. It’s allegedly the world’s biggest, but Youtuber Dr. Mark Temperato begs to differ. In his own words, which certainly sounded like fighting words to me: It takes 4 drum tech’s
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.
In news that’s sure to disappoint anybody with $300 of disposable income, Home Depot quickly sold out of the 12 ft. Giant-Sized Skeleton with LifeEyes from Home Accents. The $300 skeletons include LCD animated eyes for extra spooks and are unfortunately only available from dirty, price-gouging resellers on Amazon and
This is a video of a man demonstrating how to split a boulder in half with nothing but a hammer and some stone splitting shims. Remember: half of any battle is having the right tools for the job. The other half, at least in this case, is not getting crushed