Father knows the best
The way this guy is fishing
Our tire sticker ball turned 6 today
An astronaut can get stuck in position if they are not near anything to grab onto, it also requires a lot of effort to get out of this position.
U.S. Air Traffic on September 11, 2001
Tameshigiri Master demonstrates how useless a katana could be without the proper skills and experience.
That must have taken some planning
Emotional support dog practicing being there for their owner
Bill Gates 1994: This CD-ROM can hold more information than all the paper that's here below me.
America's oldest living WWII vet, 110y/o
Up close with a humpback whale
The mods are asleep! Let’s posts dams that are interesting!
That sounds very cool
Gas Station Skimmer. Always yank it before you put it in
A minimalist drawing that represents closeness over time.
AK-47 muzzle blast deflecting rain
Thomas Jefferson’s sixth great grandson recreates his photo
Tameshigiri Master demonstrates how useless a katana could be without the proper skills and experience
The Generic brands are a staple in Canada
This house has quite the exotic fish assortment ❤️
Volkswagen Beetle side fenders converted into motorcycles
4 hours of planes landing at San Diego airport in 23 seconds
The hero who helped create the video game industry as we know it
Good guy Robert
Farmer streaming his job with a drone
A father designs a headstone for his wheelchair-bound son depicting him free of his earthly burdens.
The kindness of strangers.
Everyone hates getting wet
After a local school district closed, they parked their WiFi equipped school buses in areas where students lack internet, acting as free hotspots
Sometimes it's good to just play it cool
A comparison of light temperatures
No filters. Australia is red from wildfires.
Woman can smell Parkinson’s disease
How to get a scientific paper for free
This weird chemical reaction that spawns Satan
Life is art
Bob Woodward and Carl Bernstein watching President Nixon resign
When a 6.8 earthquake hit Olympia, Washington in 2001, a shop owner found that a sand-tracing pendulum recorded the vibrations.
First ever Disneyland ticket
Take a look inside a makeshift koala rescue centre that's been set up in a north-eastern Adelaide primary school gym
Firefighters driving to a call
When he exposed CIA, this incident was overshadowed by Clinton- Lewinsky scandal. The movie 'Kill the messenger' is about Gary Webb, his character is portrayed by Jeremy Renner. Respect for this man.
A lion hunting their prey
safety equipment invented for cars in the early days
DAMn that's interesting
Scarf that ruins paparazzi photos
Public transport vs Private transport
Worker bees fanning hive entrance to keep it cool
This dog doing Special OPs training
Giant Condor flies in to thank this man who nursed him back to health
After an accident this tiger had its tooth replaced with a gold one.
What an empty 787 looks like
For over 30 years, Daryl Davis has converted white supremacists to stop supporting racism. He has converted over 200 White supremacists to leave the KKK. He has multiple books in how Love succeeded over racism. He treats them with respect, and confronts their belief systems.
The Life Of A Rock
World map drawn by fishes.
Prosthetic leg progression
9-Year-Old Kid Who Kept Getting In Trouble For Doodling In Class Gets A Job Decorating A Restaurant With His Drawings
A radiator in a Victorian house with a built in bread warmer
Saw this and thought, Damn, that's interesting. So I figured I'd share.
Library of color
Regrowth already coming out from a burnt tree in Australia
Photo of the Minneapolis protests
This social distancing simulation
The longest ski jump ever (832 ft)
Postal worker cooks steak on truck dashboard to showcase 'inhumane' working conditions during extreme heat
14,600,000 bolivars, the amount of money you need to buy a 5 pound chicken in Venezuela
Sometimes it's important to know where you're standing
Touching North America and Europe at the same time
Shabani, a 5 ft 11, 418 lb silverback, gracefully balancing on a rope
A Gallery Owner Was Arrested After Leaving a 10-Foot Heroin Spoon Sculpture Outside OxyContin Maker Purdue Pharma
I spent 2 years and 18 hours of exposure time to capture the Crescent Nebula.
She’s a bad ass
This is what happens when countries fight nicely
107 Years ago the Press reported Climate Change
So apparently Sandfall is a thing
Stephen King’s Pet Sematary Remake Had Cats From Shelters Who Were Trained To Become Cat Actors
An old pub in the middle of modern day London
The Density Of Penguin Feathers.
A community helping a family move their house
Possibly world’s first customer service complaint, nearly 4,000 years old.
A hunter from a town cut off by raging Australian bushfires is putting his own life on the line to save koalas and other affected wildlife
Video of New York in 1911
Boston dynamics doing their thing
After Minnie Cox, the first black female postmaster was forced out of her post in Mississippi because she was black, President Theodore Roosevelt continued to pay her salary and punished the town by rerouting their mail 30 miles away until they gave her back the position.
The letter A
16th century ring that unfolds into an astronomical sphere
Very interesting design work
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
25% of the entire population!
In Brazil there was a period of strong censorship by the dictatorial government. So an artist began writing protest messages on Coke bottles and returning them to the factory. The text was white so nobody noticed anything until they filled the bottle. This one teaches you how to make a Molotov
Humans helping other humans protect Rhinos.
What the inside of a cup looks like during those dice stacking videos
The prop of The One Ring used in close ups in Lord of the Rings.
Inverted Fish Tank
This Is What An Illegally-Taken Picture From One Of The Great Pyramids Looks Like
United breaks guitars
Mozart was a SAVAGE.
The area of a sphere
How to make the flower resin paperweight
Get your shit together IHOP
The guy wearing this survived (wear your helmet on your motorcycle, kids)
Cool photography tricks for your next adventure
non deflatable tires by Michelin.
I finished this colorization of a Child listens attentively to Martin Luther King's speech - (August 1963)
A house that was ment to be torn down was found to be a 1700s cabin when the panelling was torn off
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
Dog pushes chair to take a seat next to his human friend
One in a million blue lobster
Christmas themed flick book
Cross section of a traditional Japanese sword & different blade compositions
Using acetone vapor to clear a headlight
X-ray of a hand dipped in iodine. Iodine absorbs X-rays, revealing the skin around the bones.
Drawing circuits with conductive ink
Pretty damn cool
Belgian Canaries have the best hairdos
Worlds first meme from a comic book (1920)
Microscopic look at a bee stinger vs. The point of a needle
In Germany, when traffic slows or stops, it is the law to get to the side of the road. This allows emergency vehicles through.
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.
Creating a lobster claw out of a black rock
The extremely rare Andean Cat.
Bill Gates has a Periodic Table mounted in his office with little samples of every chemical
How many particles of bacteria (or virus )can leave your mouth and nose with and without a face mask
Impressive snake mural on a staircase
How cartoons reused animations
Dude destroys rail
Baboon rail worker
Villain to some Hero to others
Automatic sprinkler test.
Qizai, the only brown panda in the world!
These bikes have airless tires.
This extremely clean knife flip
A 9,000 year old skeleton was recently found inside a cave in Cheddar, England, and was nicknamed “Cheddar Man”. His DNA was tested and it was concluded that a living relative was teaching history about a 1/2 mile away, tracing back nearly 300 generations.
Honestly one of the best ideas