May 272014
 
US Airways Doesn’t Allow Artists To Bring Violins On Plane, So They Play On The Runway

Musician Nicolas Kendall was traveling with his fellow violinist Zach to meet their bassist in Fayetteville, Arkansas to perform at the Artosphere Arts and Nature Festival when something unexpected happened. When they were trying to make a connection in Charlotte they were told they weren’t allowed to bring their instruments on the plane. They were left alone on the tarmac without any directions, so Zach decided to play a little Bach to calm down. 

“Are violins dangerous? It’s hard enough to make it as a classical musician. Cut us some slack, PLEASE!!!”

 


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May 252014
 
Natural Cubes Of Salt From The Dead Sea Will Blow Your Mind

The Dead Sea in Israel is famous as the lowest point on Earth. It is also the saltiest body of water in the world. As a result of the high saline level, animals cannot flourish there, hence the name Dead Sea. The sea is a popular tourist attraction as the salty, minerally water and mud can be used in many skin therapies. Also, the density of the water makes swimmers float! How cool is that?

Israeli YouTuber Jabulani demonstrates another reason why the Dead Sea is so amazing in this video. Somehow, perfect cubes of salt are naturally formed, and can be found on the shore. Crazy. 

 


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May 242014
 
Walking Backwards Through Tokyo In Reverse

This month old video by Simon Bouisson is simply mind-blowing. To create the stunning visuals in this clip, Simon walked backwards all around Tokyo. Then he reversed the video to make it appear that he was the only one walking normally while the rest of the country was somehow in a constant state of rewind. Truly stunning!  

 


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May 242014
 
Smart Birds Figure Out How To Open Electronic Doors

Crows have demonstrated in the past that they are intelligent, but who knew that swallows were just as smart? A group of swallows have built a nest in an underground parking garage that was converted into a campus bike center with electronic doors added. The birds were theoretically trapped. They couldn’t possibly figure out how to open the motion detection doors, right? Just watch this video by Grant Hughes!

 


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May 212014
 
Crossing The Street In Vietnam Is Crazy

Ho Chi Minh City is the largest city in the Southeast Asian country of Vietnam with over seven million people. That means the streets are packed with scooters, bikes, and car. So how in the world does one cross the street in such a congested city? As is demonstrated in this video by Ritter Schrenk, with a bit of determination and a lot of luck.   

 

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