This is a video of The Action Lab’s James Orgill painting the entire interior of a room he made out of insulation board with the world’s blackest commercially available paint, Musou black, which absorbs 99.4% of light. He then turns on an overhead light bulb to see what it looks
In cool cats and kittens news, this is a video of caracal kitten Kora at the Wild Cat Conservation Center in New South Wales, Australia demonstrating her absolutely perfect ear flick. Apparently caracals actually use their tufted ears to communicate with each other. And, as someone who just watched the
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.
An apple a day, am I right? “What about them?” Great with peanut butter or cheese, much harder to eat plain. This is a video of Slow Mo Guy Gavin spinning an apple in a jet of compressed air until it explodes, filmed at 28,500 frames/second so he can actually
I’m sure this has been documented countless times, but the process of metamorphosis never ceases to amaze me. I remember in first grade we had a monarch butterfly kit in the classroom and watched them morph from caterpillars to chrysalises (did you know when a monarch caterpillar is hanging upside
Since under the sea never fails to deliver the freaky deaky, this is a video from a diver exploring the waters off Gozo, Malta, who happened to swim across this transparent fish-like creature. In the diver’s own words while I call Ariel pretending to be King Triton, who got hit
News: sometimes it happens right before your eyes. This is a video of Fox 46 news reporter Amber Roberts reporting from atop a bridge in Hiddenite, North Carolina (about an hour south-west of Winston-Salem) where flood waters were quickly causing a bridge to sink, with a piece of it collapsing
Because I was just going to doodle a bunch of nudie stick figures all over those pages anyways, this is a video from the Hydraulic Press Channel of several different stacks of paper exploding under a 150 ton hydraulic press’s incredible pressure. Me? I crumble under even the slightest pressure.