Feb 182015
 
Magneto Cat Is A Kitty Supervillain

Kaipotainment has gone viral in the past with their epically nerdy X-Men cats. The Web has already fallen in love with Wolverine Cat which has over 5 million hits! Now, here’s Wolverine Cat’s sworn enemy, Magneto Cat, who has the ability to control metal. 

 


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Feb 182015
 
Giant 3D Face Hologram

This video by Vital Vegas is from last summer, but has only gone viral now with over 250,000 new hits! The clip features a giant 3D illusion of a face found at the Center Bar inside SLS Las Vegas. To say the hologram is trippy is an understatement. 

 


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Feb 172015
 
Why Can Pilots Fly Into Hurricanes But Not Thunderstorms

Just like tornado chasers, hurricane hunters run to the extreme storm instead of running away. But how is it that hurricane hunters can fly into hurricanes, but pilots do whatever they can to not fly into a thunderstorm?

Even though both are extreme, The Weather Channel explains the difference in this very cool 3D computer animation that has gone viral with over 400,000 hits!  

 


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Feb 162015
 
Canadian Shows Giant Snow Drifts Blocking His Front Door

The Northeast part of America has been slammed by two giant snow storms over the past month. People are simply sick of the white stuff. Canadian DCompose lives in Dieppe, New Brunswick, Canada which is right next to Maine. He shows just how bad the snow and winds have been by simply opening his front door. His house has gigantic drifts of snow over nine feet tall blocking his doorway! 

 


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Feb 152015
 
Weatherman Freaks Out Over ‘Thundersnow’

Thunderstorms are a common occurrence during the rainy season. Lightning and roaring thunder is always a stunning scene that can make the hair on the back of our neck stand up. But thunder and lightning are almost always associated with rain. Never snow. 

Though much more rare, it is possible to have ‘thundersnow.’ Meteorologist Jim Cantore of The Weather Channel was outside reporting on Winter Storm Neptune in New England when he witnessed multiple lightning bursts and thunderclaps while being smothered with snow.

To say he was a little excited would be an understatement. He’ll take thundersnow over a Powerball jackpot any day! 

 


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