May 162012
 

Like the entire world, the scientist in this Flying Horse commercial has an energy problem. But after much experimentation, he may have figured something brilliant out. 

Everyone knows that a slice of buttered toast will always land butter side down, no matter how you drop it. And everyone also knows that cats always land on all fours. So what would happen if you put a slice of buttered toast on the back of a cat

Infinite energy. Troll science at its best. 

 


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May 142012
 

The famous creator of Marcel The Shell, aka Dean Fleischer-Camp, has returned to YouTube from their long term hiatus. But they haven’t published another adorable Shell video in the series.

No, this video, appropriately titled Smile, is a very awkward compilation of people smiling and waiting for their picture to be taken, only for the photographer to be recording video. As authors of the super viral and popular Marcel The Shell videos, this too has instantly gone viral. 

 


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May 142012
 

 wanted a world record, and set to accomplish his goal with what he knows best. Lasers.

Using a Spyder III Krypton 750mW+ laser by Wicked Lasers, he popped 100 balloons lined up single file. Almost like a digital form of dominoes. 

 


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May 142012
 

There’s always one person taking body modifications to the next level. If you thought the girl who works at Starbucks with a couple tattoos and piercings on her face was ‘extreme,’ then get ready for this. 

Tattoo artist and body modifier Dave Hurban wanted to make a name for himself, and gosh did he succeed. He implanted four magnets on his wrist to hold his iPod Nano straplessly. Read more on Time, DigitalTrends, and NJ

 


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