Yes, atoms. What you see in the video is 100 million times bigger than actual size. The actual device used in the lab that handles and moves the atoms is at -268° Centigrade (-450° Fahrenheit), which helps keep the atoms from moving around. FYI… 0° Kelvin, which is “Absolute Zero” – the point where everything, including molecular levels, freezes – is -273.15°C and -450.67°F. So they are very nearly at Absolute Zero. Remember, normally atoms they’re busy little buggers – always in motion. More…
We’ve all seen videos of goats that scream like a person, so it doesn’t surprise me to see (hear?) this goat sound like a chicken clucking. What is it with goats?? More…
This has to be one of the funniest “f’ed up on pain med’s” videos I have ever seen. It was just featured on Jimmy Kimmel, otherwise I never would have seen it. Abbie Kritz, from Oklahoma, just had her wisdom teeth removed. She apparently is not very familiar with the effects of pain medicine or sedation as it really affects her. My wisdom teeth extraction was nothing near as funny as this.
Abbie’s boyfriend recorded her on the way home weeping and crying over her “dead” wisdom teeth. A few wails include:
“They just wanted to be a part of my body!”
“I did it against my own will, I would have kept you.”
“They were just trying to help me chew and I didn’t accept them.”
“I deserve the pain, I took lives!”
Watch what she tries to do when she gets home. More…
I love science. Always have and always will. Here is a cool video showing the more interesting side of chemistry. More…
The viral video, Gangham Style, is now sporting over 1.3 TRILLION hits, but it’s popularity has waned. Rising to the top of the YouTube videos popularity chart dance craze is now the Harlem Shake. I love them because they’re only 30 – 35 seconds long. That’s it. And although they all feature the same format, each one is unique. More…
So what does a Mantis and Teddy Bear have in common? You’ll have to watch this video to find out.
Now, why couldn’t the educational wildlife videos have been like this one when I was in high school? This is a factual video all about the Praying Mantis, but told in a way that will keep you laughing. Make sure to watch it until the very end. More…
This YouTube video is up to over 3.5 million hits now in just over a week. Yes, screaming goats have gone viral. It’s one of those videos that gets funnier as it progresses. My favorite is the guy arguing with his goat. More…
What better time is there than the week of the upcoming Super Bowl but to share this ROTFLMAO video compiled of some baaaaaaaad lip reading. All magnificently done! Everyone looks like that is actually what they’re saying. More…
It never ceases to amaze me how people can turn into such an animal just for a discount. What’s amazes me even more is that had the crowd not been in a frenzy and everyone could lazily walk around and pick out what they want, the “grabbers” probably wouldn’t even want whatever item they just risked their lives over.
Remember the “Ultimate Dog Tease”? The video that most deservingly went viral last year? You know… the one about a man telling his dog all about the meat, and bacon, and other kinds of goodies in the fridge. Then he tells the dog that he gave it to the cat, and the dog cries out in despair. By far, that is the best voice over I have ever seen of dogs – and probably a lot of other voice overs, too. Currently the hit counter is approaching 119 million hits. Oh, sure, not as many as some music performers get when they release a new video, but definitely better.
I have found this video to be absolutely hilarious! A opossum snuck into someone’s kitchen, probably for food, and was discovered. But the reaction of the family is what is so priceless. Definitely not staged or fake – which is why I like it so much.
OMG… this remix is EXCELLENT! I can NOT stop laughing! The original video, Charlie Bit My Finger went viral after it was uploaded five years ago, and it now has over 480 million hits. My opinion, though, I honestly thought it was completely stupid, and rather annoying (the ORIGINAL – not the remix). I almost didn’t check out the horror remix – but being a horror movie fan, I figured what the hell.
And I am so glad I did!
On August 13th, John McCain was interviewed on the Nevada program “Face to Face” by reporter Jon Ralston. Naturally, the topic of Romney’s tax returns was brought up. McCain went on to explain the he, himself, did not go through all the tax returns, but rather his staff did.
“I think [Reid] is wrong. I did not examine every one of those tax returns. I had a team — we vetted a whole bunch of people, I didn’t go through every one,” McCain said, and he goes on, “Nothing in these tax returns showed that he did not pay taxes.”
However, at the one-minute mark, McCain says the following:
“I am absolutely confident that he did not pay taxes. I mean that he did pay, excuse me, that he did pay taxes.”
Henry Rollins (born 13 February 1961) is an American spoken word artist, writer, journalist, publisher, actor, radio DJ, activist and former singer-songwriter. After performing for the short-lived Washington D.C.-based band State of Alert in 1980, Rollins fronted the California hardcore punk band Black Flag from August 1981 until mid-1986.
Here are a couple videos of stingrays. That’s right… stingrays. The baby stingrays in this first video have translucent skin which allows you to partially see the internal organs and features of this species of stingrays. The first 30 seconds are ho-hum. A couple of stingrays skimming the bottom of the tank. But wait until the 30 second mark – when the first of the two start swimming up and you have a clear view of the underbelly.
Look familiar? Just watch them dance.
This is great! My brothers had Hot Wheels when I was very young. I remember playing with them for hours running the Hot Wheels cars through the double tracked loops. I had wished that either I could shrink down to Hot Wheels size and drive that track, or that there was a real, life-sized track to drive. Apparently some other folks dreamed of real tracks, too, but they didn’t stop at dreaming. They created two real, life-sized tracks with a six-story double-loop. Watch the videos below as the drivers run the Hot Wheels tracks. Some great video angles make you feel as though you are on board.
My brain is still hurting after watching this animated video featuring a new products from Amazon called “Amazon Yesterday Shipping.” Do you recall when you saw The Terminator for the first time? If you were like me and many of my friends, we found ourselves lost in the frequent discussion of time travel and how going back in time will greatly alter the future, then returning to the future to see what changes have occurred. Yeah, my brain is hurting, too.
Here is a short interview by CNN with Ringo today on his birthday – and damn… I wish I looked that good now at the age of 47 – Ringo looks phenomenal! His only request is for everyone to spread his message of “peace and love.” Also a brief surprise visit by Joe Walsh.
Several other video clips and photos follow the CNN interview today.
Mister Rogers remixed by Symphony of Science’s John D. Boswell for PBS Digital Studios. This is actually an excellent remix and video. Never in my life ever imagined Mister Rogers in a remix, but hey, with today’s technology anything is possible.
The inspiration for the video, as explained by PBS on their YouTube page:
Virginia TV CBS 6 meteorologist Aaron Justus decided to have some fun on Saturday by spicing up the weather forecast. The forecast starts out like any other forecast with Aaron standing in front of a map. However, rather than the normal summer weather, he warns up a volcanic eruption which will produce a temperature of 400 degrees in Charlottesville, Virginia.
Freddie W is a special effects artist and I follow his YouTube channel. Some videos are awesome! Others are so-so. This one is not one of his norms since his special effects are more along the lines of gaming, such as explosions and the like.
But this is too funny not to share. Make sure to watch it to the surprise “bass” ending…. Now excuse me while I go roll on the floor laughing some more. And just a heads-up here… this is one of those “so stupid it’s funny” videos. Do not expect award winning anything here. Just chill and go with the flow.
What is the “Cinnamon Challenge”? Well, glad you asked. Basically, it is simply taking one tablespoon of cinnamon and attempt to swallow it. Since the early 2000s, the game has become well-known for its extreme difficulty and thousands of videos with people attempting the challenge have been uploaded onto YouTube. Most results are either the challenger emitting a puff of cinnamon powder, or vomiting. Now, before we go any further, the videos below do not include that latter – I do not particularly like to watch people throwing up, and I’m sure most of you don’t either. In fact, that is what made me turn off Jackass The Movie after about 15 minutes.