SPOILER: Like you’re standing still. This is a video from a Mercedes C-class cabriolet going between 70km/h – 80/km/h (~44MPH – 50MPH) on Germany’s Autobahn repeatedly getting passed by a Mercedes AMG E63 S Wagon gunning it up to 332km/h (~206MPH). There’s also footage from the Wagon’s point of view.
This is short clip of kitesurfer Reno Romeu launching over a peninsula on the coast of Arubinha, Brazil. One second he’s on one side, and a very brief time later, he’s on the other. Obviously, I plan on doing the same thing, except ALL THE WAY OVER THE WIDTH OF
Because the Yellow Brick Road isn’t going to follow itself, this is a clip from a home’s security cam footage that captured the moment the neighbor’s 70-pound Labrador Retriever Duke was lifted up and spun around by a dust devil (watch in front of the orange car). Man…how do you
This is some bridge security cam footage from (where else?) Daytona Beach, Florida of a motorist driving through a warning arm and casually jumping a just-opening drawbridge. Looks like them Duke boys are at it again! Seriously though I wonder just what the hell this driver was on. Because my
Because dream it and you achieve it (or, in my case, die giving it the ol’ college-try nowhere near your goal), this is a video of Ernest Brenchley of freestyle trampoline crew(?) Radial Flipz performing what is allegedly the world’s first trampoline octuple backflip with the help of a couple
This is a video of 5’7″ Purdue Boilermakers wide receiver Rondale Moore demonstrating his very impressive 42.5″ vertical leap in front of prospective scouts at Perdue’s pro day. Rondale also posted a blistering 4.29-seconds in the 40-yard dash, and is expected to be picked up in the first or second
This is a video of a dog catching a surprise slide on a frozen deck and managing to stomp a relatively graceful dismount through the railing at the end. I mean, if I were a judge (and I judge everything), I would have easily held a ‘7’ or ‘8’ scorecard
This is a four hour orbit of the moon in real time created by astronomical filmmaker Seán Doran using photographs taken by Japan’s Kaguya (Selene) lunar orbiter from 2007 to 2009, and released to the public in 2016. I also included a 30-minute video he created highlighting various lunar features,