Note: Some appropriately colorful language from the people filming. This is a video of a pilot ejecting from an F-35B Lightning II fighter jet at the Naval Air Station Joint Reserve Base Fort Worth in Texas after a failed attempted at a vertical landing. Thankfully, the pilot is fine, but
Because this is the internet and the internet’s job is showing you things you didn’t know you needed to see and would have been fine not, this is a video of Furry Fritz the cat lapping up milk from a glass table, as viewed from below. That tongue is wild!
This is a visualization imagining the International Space Station orbiting earth at 10,000-feet instead of 254 miles. For reference, most commercial flights cruise between 33,000 and 42,000 feet, so this is comparatively low. AND FAST. Around 17,150MPH (37,600km/h) fast. It really zooms. It’s crazy to think the astronauts up there
Presumably to experience what snake-vision is like, Youtuber Louis Weisz went and lived 50-hours straight wearing infrared thermal imaging goggles. He performs some everyday tasks like shopping, cooking, and riding a scooter to see how well he can operate with an infrared perspective. That’s something. You know what would have
This is a video from Youtuber Horace Zeng of a colony of fire ants using glass gravel to “pave” a piece of sticky tape so it can be walked across. Per Horace, who I’d like to believe isn’t just an ant torturer, because I saw those ants getting stuck to
So, you totaled another car. Where does it go? What happens to it? Is it really bulldozed into a volcano like your imagined? Or maybe it’s sent to the junkyard and ripped apart piece by piece by a Powerhand VRS in order to separate the resellable parts from the recyclables,
Because dreams come in all shapes and sizes, this is a video from Youtuber President Chay, who built a tiny waterproof house over the course of thirty days, then filled it up with around five feet of water so he could go scuba diving in it. Is he practicing his
This is a video of a dam gate being opened after years of remaining closed. The amount of mud and silt that gets pushed through before the water really starts flowing — my goodness! Reminds me of all the extruding I used to do with my Play-Doh Fun Factory as