Forget Captain Sully, if you’re ever unfortunate enough to have something go wrong with your plane mid-flight, you might want Mark Penell in the cockpit instead.
Losing someone is painful and world shattering and can almost feel impossible to endure. There’s no real way to prepare yourself and there’s no quick way to get over it but the fact is, everyone is going to have to deal with it at some point in their life.
I really love this new video from Cody’s Lab about flushing liquid mercury down a toilet because it just gets more and more ridiculous as it goes on.
Ever imagine a movie scene where Gene Kelly is singing in the rain while Neo and Agent Smith fight and Spider-Man does his upside down kiss with Mary Jane?
Austrian stuntman Josef Toedtling holds three Guinness World Records that few people would even dare think about challenging.
Does just the thought of February 14 fill you with dread? Did you spend the last couple of Valentine’s Days alone, in bed, eating Häagen-Dazs straight from the tub?
So before you feel tricked by a technicality: Inuktitut does have a written language, but it’s just not an alphabet.
A great TV show deserves a great title sequence. Think Game of Thrones’ intro, in which the raven view of the board game-esque map shows the players involved in the story.
The last time the amateur inventors at Braille Skateboarding attempted to make a deck from a sheet of glass, it shattered as soon as they stepped on it.
Here’s a good reason to be happy about finding yourself perched on an office chair behind a desk on a Monday morning.
These beautiful photographs of fast food were taken by Brea Souders using a radiometric thermal camera.
The circle of life is gross. It’s even grosser when you throw in a cockroach, larvae and some violently ravenous fire ants.
Much like the venerable technology of the floppy drive, Europe’s hair metal classic “The Final Countdown” just won’t die.
Here’s a thought exercise that starts getting kind of gross the deeper you dive into it: what if the entire world’s population lived in one city?
It’s been three meth-less years since Breaking Bad ended. That’s way too damn long without the good stuff of Heisenberg.
Who knew a crappy T-rex costume we once all dumped on would turn out to be one of the best things to happen to the internet?
There are a lot of logistical problems that pop up when you build a 600-foot structure like the Three Gorges Dam in China’s Hubei province.
Chemistry sure is a pretty science, especially in macro. Just check out the stunning crystallization process of things like potassium chromate, sodium chloride, ammonium chloride, and more.
Most of us can only imagine what it was like in the early 2010s, when visual content was still primarily consumed via plastic video discs, but one lucky urban explorer got to experience it firsthand when he discovered a deserted but otherwise intact Blockbuster store in south Texas.
The Guinness Book of World Records doesn’t officially recognize this enormous inflatable city of fun as the world’s largest bounce house, but when was the last time you were at a birthday party and saw one of these as big as a McMansion?