That sounds very cool
AK-47 muzzle blast deflecting rain
Sometimes it's good to just play it cool
The hero who helped create the video game industry as we know it
Bob Woodward and Carl Bernstein watching President Nixon resign
DAMn that's interesting
The Life Of A Rock
Scarf that ruins paparazzi photos
This weird chemical reaction that spawns Satan
Library of color
Sometimes it's important to know where you're standing
Possibly world’s first customer service complaint, nearly 4,000 years old.
The longest ski jump ever (832 ft)
Video of New York in 1911
Boston dynamics doing their thing
Tameshigiri Master demonstrates how useless a katana could be without the proper skills and experience.
This is what happens when countries fight nicely
Inverted Fish Tank
In the 1640's the Dutch inhabitants of New Amsterdam built a 12' wall to keep the bad hombres out. In 1664 the British ignored the wall and took New Amsterdam by sea. It's now called New York. They took down the wall and built a street. It's called Wall Street
She’s a bad ass
Get your shit together IHOP
Very interesting design work
An old pub in the middle of modern day London
One in a million blue lobster
A community helping a family move their house
Drawing circuits with conductive ink
Humans helping other humans protect Rhinos.
Mozart was a SAVAGE.
In Germany, when traffic slows or stops, it is the law to get to the side of the road. This allows emergency vehicles through.
United breaks guitars
How cartoons reused animations
Jeremiah Denton was taken prisoner in Vietnam and had to take part in a propaganda ad campaign, he blinked in Morse code T-O-R-T-U-R-E to alert the world
Automatic sprinkler test.
Honestly one of the best ideas
16th century ring that unfolds into an astronomical sphere
Using acetone vapor to clear a headlight
Water vapor flames lit by LEDs
Traffic lights that illuminate the poles to better help drivers see them.
non deflatable tires by Michelin.
The soft-serve vending machine
25% of the entire population!
Villain to some Hero to others
How a pinball bumper works
The punishment for distribution ,retweet or sharing of this image is 15 days in prison or a fine of 3,000 rubles ($53) in Russia.
Dude destroys rail
Dog is trained to protect this little girl on command
This guy's grandmother forgets to drink water because she has dementia, so she gets dehydrated, which makes the dementia worse. He created a candy for her that is 90% water. Dementia patients like to pick at things, and you can see here this is a good way for them to get water.
Practicing kidney surgery on a tangerine.
These bikes have airless tires.
This extremely clean knife flip
Group of good Samaritans dig a trench in a beach to rescue a stranded great white
The thin line between scary and beautiful
Marlon Brando proving he really is The Godfather
Impressive snake mural on a staircase
Drone crashes into the water, getting a stunning view of the lake bed.
Love was and always will be love
Someone painted this rock to make it look like a shark
Bill Gates has a Periodic Table mounted in his office with little samples of every chemical
Alex Trebek always answers questions from the studio audience before filming the game show Jeopardy
Police dog at full speed.
we all live in a yellow submarine
This guy is a straight up savage
Cat using sign language to communicate with his deaf owner.
The Easter island statues have bodies
A technique for firefighters to move immobilized patients.
You look best with the lights off
100 years of breeding
His assignment was to film polar bears for BBC
Painting a curb.
Mechanical binary counter.
3 professional soccer player vs. 100 kids
Trash Panda Pupper
The X-Ray of a 700 pound man.
Engineering Student Designs a Mobile Airbag that Deploys When your Device is Dropped
Working life of Bees by Age
This is why your wear a helmet
Apartments with sprawling shared pool
POV of an eagle flying over the Alps
Sign language interpreter at Lamb Of God concert
And I can't even catch my cat to cut its nails
This dog's lightning-fast lap
A bat in flight
C-130 specially modified to land in a stadium and rescue hostages in Iran in 1980
This is the black diamond apple. Grown in the mountains of Tibet.
A make up project to illustrate what the same hand looks like with different tones of skin color.
The detail in the sculpture
In Finland, you are given a top hat and sword when you get a PhD diploma.
The nurse that survived The Titanic, The Britannic and the Olympic.
Horses on a Plane
Kid pulls off a multi-spin hockey shot
A cafe in Japan is hiring paralyzed people to to control robot servers in order to still make an income.
Sleeping above the clouds.
This is a dynamite tree
Hail damage to moon roof
Space is interesting
He just wanted to chill for a second
An iceberg flipped over, and its underside is breathtaking.
The closest we can see dna right now
A 'Knocker-up' was hired to ensure that people would wake up on time for their jobs. Mary Smith earned sixpence a week shooting dried peas at sleeping workers' windows in East London in the 1930s
An air less tire
Diver becomes God to crustaceans.
The Penguin Man
Whale powering up to the surface and breaching
A strike, but continues to do their jobs
Caterpillar Mimics a Snake When Frightened
The town with no sunlight
The Draw This Again challenge invites artists to redo an old drawing with their improved skills
Evolution of the English Alphabet
The Menendez brothers on a basketball card sitting front row on a game after the murders, before getting caught
Post apocalypse monument.
Riding through blossoms.
This round table
This statue of Jesus in Poland provides Internet to nearby villages
It's better to acknowledge history and learn from it than to try to erase it.
Two Prehistoric worms which became alive and began to eat after 32, 000 years and the other after 41, 700 years.
NY Tunnel Police in 1950s
Magnetic putty swallowing a metallic ball
Girl With Muscular Dystrophy Makes Amazing Paintings
Two puzzles with the same cut pattern mixed together.
How to get scientific papers for free
Professional photo shoot indeed.
Mist-filled bubble art installation.
This is the Angor Wat temple complex in Cambodia - Built in the 12th century for the Khmer Empire, it's one of the largest and oldest religious monuments in the world
The pathways at Ohio State University were paved based on the routes students took before there were paved paths.
Winter In Finland.
GoPro shows what's going on in the pond.
After crushing my finger with a full beer keg last August, I took a picture of that finger every couple of days (up until this past December).
A restaurant that employs grandmas as cooks
100 year old picture show how amazing the traditional Rwandan hairstyle was.
It's better with the lights off
Wow. 1300 years?
A Protestant man and Catholic woman loved each all the way to the grave even though they couldn’t be buried together.
Huh. The legal system works.
Notre-Dame roof after the fire (taken by a fireman)
This is what I call a deal
Rare white giraffes sighted in Kenya conservation area