Everyone knows kitesurfing—which is pretty hard to master and can get pretty rough. Kitefoiling is something completely different.
When you're playing the game of life, you probably imagine it to be some impossibly complicated RPG filled with awful consequences and no right answer.
When the US Army wants to have fun they turn to Sikorski and ask them to turn their 5.2-ton UH-60 Blackhawk into an unmanned helicopter remote controlled by some guy with a backpack and a joystick.
Researchers have used new image processing techniques to reveal two images of planetary systems forming around their home stars.
I've seen many gloomy anti-bullying ads. This one uses humor and fear instead—and it may do the trick.
Waves come from the wind so tsunamis, which are basically bigger waves, must come from more wind, right?
It may just be a Dodge campaign celebrating 100 years of the company but, when 106-year-old Ethel Preston and her cronies look you in the eye and say you should do whatever the hell you want to do, you can tell they really mean it.
Do you consider yourself a good friend? Well then the next time your buddy puts on the future scopes that is the Oculus Rift and starts getting amazed at the all encompassing alternate reality, you have to give them a gentle push in the back to screw with their balance.
World class pilot Chuck Aaron makes helicopters fly upside down. That sounds crazy, because it is. And watching this new video of Aaron doing barrel rolls and defying physics in midair will make your stomach turn.
Here's a cool concept created by Ko Yang: a cartoon that morphs its design overtime using color-changing ink.
In case there was any doubt about it, NASA has confirmed that "ice cover this spring is significantly above normal." And with "significantly" they actually mean "are you freaking kidding me?
Old man strength. The ability to fix anything broken inside the house. The impeccable sense of direction.
Is this bug a workout warrior who's doing some insane six legged bench press? Or is he a dumb little critter who think he's walking normally and doesn't realize he's trapped upside down?
To most people living in cities around the world, the homeless have essentially become invisible. They blend into the streets, they're background noise, they're just a part of the fabric of a city like buildings and street lights and crosswalks.
I can watch Bob Ross forever. Back in college, I used to watch his program—The Joy of Painting—on late cable TV because he triggered my autonomous sensory meridian response like crazy.
Cristian Ilies Vasile has created the coolest visualization of Pi I've seen. First he divided a circle in 10 segments, from 0 to 9.
An international team of researchers have finally discovered the source of a weird, low-frequency rhythmic sound that has puzzled scientists and submarine sonar operators for more than half a century.
This is not a video trick. This person is pouring a transparent liquid which, all of the sudden, turns black.
It has to be really annoying to be in your turf and have all these people come like the pest to take photos of you and leave crap around.
It's like watching a ballerina dance. It's like seeing an invisible hold never let go. It's a multi-axis laser cutter with such pinpoint accuracy that it never moves from the spot it's set at.