Want to be the best at something? Do something nobody else does. This is the successful Guinness World Record attempt by Chang Yu-Te to blow the most small soap bubbles inside a larger soap bubble, with a very respectable 783. Personally I only counted 46, but I’ve also never been
Trying hard and believing in yourself: some people still do it. Me? I abandoned that mantra months ago. ‘What a load of crock’ I told myself after scratching my eleventh losing $20 scratcher in a row while trying hard and believing in myself at max levels. This is a video
Because everybody needs a hobby, and some of those hobbies are a little more…eccentric than others, this is a video from insect enthusiast and one of the UK’s largest breeders (of insects) Adrian Kozakiewicz of some of his praying mantis species hanging out in a miniature living room watching/attacking butterflies
Space: the final frontier. Captain Kirk said that so it must be true. This is a video from NASA’s Solar Dynamics Observatory (SDO) of a massive plasma eruption taking place, played in both visible and invisible wavelengths for reference. Some more info while I pretend it’s actually the devil trying
In things I didn’t really need to see news, this is a video of Ireland based Phone Fix Craft (a phone repair business) owner Julius Caveckas deep cleaning and repairing an iPhone, with a lot of macro shots for extra grossness. Honestly, my phone is at least twice that dirty.
This is some breathtaking footage from various locales around the world as filmed in the 1890’s and recently restored and colorized via artificial intelligence. It really is something to see. Timestamps for all the locations visited in the film so you can skip around and pretend you’re a jet-setting time
This is a video of three athletes jumping through the same horizontal hula hoop in one fluid movement as the first jumper throws the hoop behind him. Although based on how hard they celebrate afterwards, I wonder just how many tries this took to get right. My guess is in
This is a video of a Norwegian fisherman jumping while in rough seas and appearing to defy gravity. I also included a video of him walking at an almost 45-degree angle while the boat is rocking. To me that does not look like a good time. At least not for