May 122013
 

Cari Scholtens posted this video over five months ago, but it has only exploded online over the weekend.

Like the viral video of a frozen lake that gave off out-of-this-world sounds, so too does this new video feature ice emitting science fiction like noise.

While under the lens of the camera, Cari threw a golf ball onto the frozen lake. The ball bounced, gave off an incredible sound, and continued to bounce down the lake in ever shrinking iterations.

 


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May 092013
 

It seems every now and then, a cryptozoology or UFO themed video will inexplicably go viral. The latest strange animal themed video to go viral is from YouTuber Elizabeth Ann.

She was on Pukehina Beach in the Bay of Plenty in New Zealand when she happened upon the strangest marine creature remains she had ever seen after a week of violent storms. Many claim the creature is an Orca.

Now, the two week old video has only gone viral now, amassing over 1.75 million views over the past two days alone.

 


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May 092013
 

Still, after this many years, cats are still an easy ticket to viral video city. Case in point, eccentric YouTuber Ze Frank has gone viral with his new Sad Cat Diary video. 

In a similar fashion as Henri The French Cat‘s videos, Frank narrates from a sad cat’s diary, proclaiming all of the sad cat’s thoughts, feelings, and fears. 

 


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May 092013
 

The web loves finding outrageous and out of the box MacGyverisms found around the world, such as the recently viral Russian video of two industrial excavators that were used to transport travelers across a river. 

Now, this video from last October by Woranet Khieochaoom has only gone viral now, amassing over a quarter million views. The clip showcases a group of Thai construction workers who dance on a beam in unison to drive a pile into the ground.

Funny, in Russia they use industrial equipment against the manufacturer’s specified use while Thai constructions workers have no heavy machinery at all…  

 


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May 022013
 

Like the viral water standing still optical illusions from the past, Drummaboy5189 has gone viral using specific camera frame rates to create dramatic visual results. 

Since he had his camera set to 60 frames per second while his speaker played a 61 hertz sine wave tone, through the lens of the camera, it seems like the speaker moves in a similar fashion to a wave of water. He even sticks his finger into the view of the lens to show there are no other tricks going on. 

Now, just since Monday, the original video has accumulated over 2.3 million hits

 


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