Presumably pleased with the Youtube success of his previous two iterations of squirrel mazes (version 2.0 here), this is a video of ex-NASA engineer turned Youtuber Mark Rober holding the Backyard Squirrelympics 3.0, an Olympic style competition in which squirrels compete in seven different events to see which is the
Presumably following a failed attempt to spice up their love life and do it somewhere dangerous, this is a video of a squirrel dangling from another squirrel hanging on for dear life to a home’s rain gutter. Dammit, you’re squirrels, just let it go. “Amen.” Thanks, Elsa! So yeah, when
This is a video from very amateur storm chaser Sam Smith almost getting his ticket to Oz punched in Rochelle, Illinois when he drives waaaaaay too close to an approaching tornado. Per Sam himself: “♬ You say I’m crazy, ’cause you don’t think I know what you’ve done, but when
I’ve always wanted to build a cool Rube Goldberg machine but every time I try I get frustrated after the first five minutes of nothing working right (mostly due to my misunderstanding of physics) and then rage-quit and Godzilla stomp through all my hard poor quality work. This is a
This is a video of former NASA engineer and current American Squirrel Ninja Warrior course engineer Mark Rober discussing and letting squirrels have a go at his spy/heist movie inspired obstacle course and maze. As usual, Mark did an incredible job with the build, but the squirrels did an even
This is an animation created using several real satellite images captured by the DSCOVR spacecraft’s Earth Polychromatic Imaging Camera (EPIC) and telescope as the moon transitions earth. The images were taken at a distance of approximately 1,000,000 miles from the planet and feature a glimpse of the far side (aka
This is a short video from a man renovating a cabin when he demolishes a wall and a squirrel’s acorn stash comes pouring out. *putting on cool guy shades* That’s totally nuts. Still, you better put those back outside where the squirrel can find them, otherwise it might go hungry.
This is a video of Buckeye (Ohioan) woodworker Duke Harmon constructing a bar for squirrels (the Nutty Bar), which features seven different varieties of nuts on tap. At the end of the video is also some footage of squirrels visiting the bar. Man, what I wouldn’t give to be a