Made in Copenhagen is a short hyperlapse and timelapse film showing the beauty of Copenhagen, Denmark.
image credit: mutolisp In his 1870 masterpiece, Twenty Thousand Leagues Under the Sea, French novelist Jules Verne wrote, 'About seven o'clock in the evening, the Nautilus, half-immersed, was sailing in a sea of milk...
image credit When a fresh batch of snow falls to the ground, the world tends to quiet down. That could partially be attributed to human factors: it's likely winter, people aren't out as much and traffic comes to a halt.
A supercut of all the moments in 'Star Wars: A New Hope' where characters interacted with machines, doors, screens, levers, knobs and buttons.
image credit Library of Congress The Library of Congress has a fascinating series of vintage movie theatre 'etiquette' posters from 1912.
image credit: Jakob Hürner Looking like a modern art version of Hobbiton, the Rogner Bad Blumau Spa in Austria's Styria thermal region boasts colorful painted facades, bejeweled spires, curving lines and green roofs all over.
On November 28th, 2014 Urban Armor Gear sent a brand new iPhone 6 on the ultimate adventure to the stratosphere.
image credit The priceless funeral mask of Tutankhamun has been damaged at the Cairo museum, causing curators to glue it back together with white-ish, splodgy glue.
image credit The dog Laika, the first living being to orbit the Earth, lives on in our memories. Her lethal Sputnik 2 mission more than 57 years ago, has stuck in our collective consciousness.
The next time you're cooking up a hot pot of soup, why not reach for this adorable ladle? The Nessie Ladle has the body shape of the mysterious Loch Ness monster but this guy's got stubby little legs so that it can stand on its own.
image credit The hideous, terrifying and rarely sighted frilled shark has turned up in waters off south-eastern Australia.
image credit Traditional hotels may make for reassuringly comfortable homes away from home, but they can be bland and even boringly similar to one another - wherever in the world they might be.
It is often said that by the middle of the 21st century, a team of fully autonomous robot soccer players shall win a soccer game against the winner of the most recent World Cup.
image credit The design on this disc might look like a six-year-old's scribbles, but in reality, it's one of the most sophisticated and influential artifacts of the Bronze Age.
image credit Sneezes never seem to be lonely. As soon as you expel your first mighty 'achoo,' there's usually another sneeze lurking right behind to follow it up.
Iceland is unusually suited for waterfalls. This small island country has a north Atlantic climate that produces frequent rain and snow and a near-Arctic location that produces large glaciers, whose summer melts feed many rivers.
Timelapse video of Italy's Dolomite Mountains with some of the most spectacular landscapes in all of Europe.
image credit: rahen z For felinophiles, the Japanese island of Tashirojima might just be the perfect vacation spot.
Think of it as finding a very cool Nemo. Scientists announced this week that after drilling through 2,428 feet of ice they made a lively discovery - deep under all that ice were many different fish and marine invertebrates, alive and well.
The Beehive Fireworks are essentially multiple launchers of bottle rockets. These rocket forts are actually thousands of bottle rockets arranged row atop row in an iron-and-wooden framework.