Sunday, 31 January 2016

The Last Star in the Universe – Red Dwarfs Explained


The last star in the universe will be a red dwarf. Red dwarfs in general might be great places to look for aliens – or planets for humans to find a new home after our solar system has died.

Shirtless Heat Loss Experiment In Freezing Conditions #Winterwatch - Earth Unplugged


Using the military spec Selex Merlin thermal imaging camera, Oli Martin vividly shows how the human body loses heat when exposed to the blistering cold of the Scottish highlands.

Earth Unplugged are with the #Winterwatch team up in the beautiful Cairngorms in the east highlands of Scotland. During the week we'll be releasing videos from Scotland showing some of the breathtaking animals found here as well as highlighting the intrepid production crew that bring the Winterwatch show to life!

You can check out all the latest updates from the Winterwatch team here:
https://twitter.com/BBCSpringwatch
https://www.facebook.com/BBCSpringwatch/

What Made Bryan Cranston Cry on SAG Awards Red Carpet?! | Live From the Red Carpet


See why the "Trumbo" star and 2016 SAG Award nominee brought on the water works! Plus, can fans expect to see him with Leonardo DiCaprio soon?


Infinite Challenge - Jack Black sings Korean pop songs while Koreans try to guess the song


This variety show concept is making what's impossible to possible anyway! While top Korean Comedians face unexpected situations and physical challenges that ordinary people hardly experienced before, they try to re-define the meaning of impossible!

Father terrifies daughter with shadow puppet


Well this guy wont be winning any father of the year awards any time soon

Saturday, 30 January 2016

The Elephants that came to dinner | Mfuwe Lodge, Zambia


The Elephants that came to dinner | Mfuwe Lodge, Zambia

At a five-star lodge in Zambia, a bizarre phenomenon is stumping wildlife experts and delighting tourists. An elephant family, led by a matriarch named Wonky Tusk, is overtaking the lobby. Though elephants can be violent in the wild, here they climb the stairs of Mfuwe Lodge and grace past reception without bumping a chair. Why the paradox? Wildlife cameraman Nathan Pilcher is on a mission to find out. What he discovers may reveal elephants to be far more intelligent than we could've imagined.

Every Adam Sandler Movie Is Connected


As it turns out most of Adam Sandler's movies are connected to each other. Enjoy the madness!

Piglet vs Kitten! - Fight to the death!


Translated from Spanish
"Laura pig was saved from ending up in someone's plate. When I was a few days old, activists rescued a pig farm and brought to the sanctuary so he could have a decent life.

Since her arrival, Laura has been treated with love and care that a baby deserves, and has formed a deep friendship with Marina kitten, showing by example, that when it comes to relations of friendship and respect, no matter the species to which one belongs"

Michael Phelps Shows Up in ASU's "Curtain of Distraction"


Now this is an expert level of distraction! I'd love to see this is snooker!

Friday, 29 January 2016

The dog who grew a new face – Kalu’s astounding recovery (graphic)


Caution: This video contains graphic images of a severely wounded dog and his amazing recovery.

We found Kalu inside of a hole at a construction site where he had gone to die. His face was severely wounded and infested with maggots. His recovery is truly one of the most awe-inspiring and miraculous recoveries we have ever seen.

Psychotic Cheater Gets Served!


Catching your boyfriend cheating!

The Nightly Show - Neil deGrasse Tyson Slams Flat-Earth Theorist B.o.B


Rapper B.o.B creates a science emergency by insisting that the Earth is flat, and astrophysicist Neil deGrasse Tyson comes to the rescue.

Carl Sagan - Globular earth deduced by Eratosthenes


A most simple deduction made around 200 bc by the Astronomer Eratosthenes. A Globular spheroid is our home

Thursday, 28 January 2016

Self filling water bottle that turns air into drinking water


This is Fontus, a self-filling water bottle that turns air into drinking water. It extracts humidity form the air and condenses it into drinkable water. Humid air flows into the device and hits a series of hydrophobic surfaces. The hydrophobic surfaces turn the water vapor into actual droplets.A small solar panel on the top of Fontus keeps a batter charged. It includes a filter at the top to keep dust and bugs our of the water.It can produce 0.5 quarts (0.5 liters) of water in 1 hour.

Compilation of all the evidence of Amy Schumer stealing jokes and sketches


Compilation of the jokes Amy Schumer has been accused of stealing.

Jordon Cox the Coupon Kid - Flying home via Germany (Berlin) was cheaper than a one-way train


Jordon Cox the Coupon Kid found it cheaper to fly home from Sheffield to Essex via Berlin for 7 hours than the price of a one-way train. Follow him as he saves money for visiting Berlin.

Make an Industrial Grade Night Light


Do you like a reliable industrial-grade night light for your nights behind the enemy lines? Just make this circuit.

This is how I travel at airports #heelys


I use Heelys to move around airports, pretty cool way to get around quickly. I have been doing this for over 1 year now, because I was frustrated I don't get good exercise while traveling.

Addition: Naturally, always careful around everyone, never hit anyone ever, if it gets crowded, or there are any children, immediately stop as you can also walk on Heelys.

Wednesday, 27 January 2016

The Chickening (2016) - Classic Film Remix


Classic Film Remix by Nick DenBoer & Davy Force. Official selection TIFF40 and Sundance 2016.

Buying a Gaming PC at Best Buy – How Bad is it?


Can you get a GOOD gaming PC at your local Best Buy or other big box store nowadays? The answer may surprise you...


Noisy Neighbor Payback Prank


I show off my invention to annoy noisy neighbors. Then I try it out against them to see how they'll react.

Trademen in the future!!


Trademen in the future!!

DRL: The Sport of the Future | #DroneRacingLeague


Get ready for the sport of the future. World’s top drone pilots. Epic courses. FPV racing drones. Join us for the entire DRL 2016 Season where we’ll crown the world champion as the best FPV pilot on the planet. #DroneRacingLeague

Monday, 25 January 2016

Competition: Win Sicario on DVD

Sicario will be released on DVD and Bluray on 1st February and to celebrate we have a great competition for you and 3 copies on DVD to give away!

Synopsis:
Emily Blunt, Benicio del Toro and Josh Brolin star in this action thriller from director Denis Villeneuve. FBI agent Kate Macer (Blunt) is recruited by government official Matt Graver (Brolin) to join a team, led by mysterious consultant Alejandro (Del Toro), on a secret mission to bring down a drug lord in Mexico.

The operation is fraught with danger and Kate finds herself forced to reconsider what she stands for as she tries to successfully complete the mission and make it out alive... The film was nominated for three Academy Awards including Best Cinematography and Best Original Score (J├│hann J├│hannsson).

Win This:
Sicario [DVD]

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Competition Closed

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Physicist Andreas Wahl risks life to prove physical law


Physicist Andreas Wahl knows that things rotate faster when they approach a central point. Therefore he is letting himself be dropped 14 metres towards the ground - only attached to a loose rope with a weight at the other end.

15 Year Old Trevor Sullivan waking up after his heart transplant


Trevor, age 15, waking up after his heart transplant on 11-13-15.
To follow his story join: https://www.facebook.com/groups/TeamTrevor/
#TeamTrevor

Arsenio Hall stands his ground against protesters; supports gay guests.


A group of protesters confront Arsenio during a taping of his show. He stands his ground, flabbergasted at the notion he would not feature a gay guest. Aired sometime in 1993/1994, I believe.



Arsenio Hall spoke about this incident back in 2013
"That legendary battle. That’s one interesting thing of coming back. I went through a lot of things, and now I get to do it in a different climate. When I analyze the Queer Nation battle now, I think about why it bothered me so much. It’s because I knew who I was. I knew a lot of my friends didn’t come to my defense when everyone was in the closet. I can give you 20 guests on my show in a month [who were gay], but they weren’t talking about it. Luther Vandross ain’t talking about it. He can’t at that time. Louie Anderson can’t then. Ellen can’t then. Rosie can’t then. They couldn’t even say, “Leave [Arsenio] alone!” Only that writer in New York, Harvey Fierstein [repeats Fierstein’s name in an incredible impersonation], was sitting on my couch and talking about issues. I had to let the world be what it is and catch up to the moment, but I knew what I was doing."

Atomic Trampoline


This amazing toy gives us an insight into the behaviour of metals at an atomic level!


There are two perspex tubes, and each has a circular lump of metal at the bottom. They appear pretty much identical. If you drop a ball bearing into the first tube, it falls onto the piece of stainless steel at the bottom, and it bounces a few times before stopping. The kinetic energy that it had originally has been dissipated. Some of it has been converted into sound - we hear the ball bearing hitting the metal. However there are other ways in which the kinetic energy is dissipated.

Most metals, including stainless steel, have a crystalline structure. This means that the atoms in the structure arrange themselves in an ordered manner, in which a small repeat unit called a 'unit cell' can be identified. This unit cell, which in some cases contains just several atoms, is repeated in all three directions, and in this way, the entire structure is built up. This unit cell description of a crystalline structure implies the atoms are arranged in perfect order, which is only true in an ideal solid. All crystalline solid structures contain missing atoms, called defects, impurity atoms of other elements, and misaligned planes of atoms called dislocations, or 'slip planes'. Because this helps the atoms to slide past one another, this is an important way in which energy is absorbed.

Now, drop a ball bearing into the other tube, and watch what happens. The ball bearing bounces back almost to the point at which is was dropped, and it continues to bounce for a considerable length of time. How is this happening?

On top of the lump of stainless steel is a disc of a metal alloy, called 'amorphous metal'. This alloy, which was discovered in 1993, consists of 5 metals - Zirconium, Beryllium, Titanium, Copper, and Nickel. The atoms in an amorphous material are not arranged in any ordered structure, rather they have a tightly-packed, but random arrangement. Amorphous materials are formed by cooling the liquid material quickly enough to prevent crystallization; the atoms do not have time to arrange themselves into an ordered structure. Liquidmetal® is an amorphous alloy (also known as a metallic glass) containing five elements, with the elemental composition is 41.2% zirconium, 22.5% beryllium, 13.8% titanium, 12.5% copper, and 10.0% nickel.

Because of the varying sizes of these atoms, and their random arrangement in the solid, there are no groups of atoms that can easily move past one another. Because there are no planes of atoms in an amorphous material, the atoms are gridlocked into the glassy structure, making the movement of groups of atoms very difficult. One consequence of this atomic gridlock is that some amorphous metals are very hard. Liquidmetal® is more than two times harder than stainless steel. However, besides being a very hard material, this amorphous alloy has a low elastic (or Young's) modulus. The combination of hardness and elasticity of amorphous metals gives them their unusual properties.


Competition: Win Romanzo Criminale: Season 2 on DVD

Romanzo Criminale: Season 2 will be released on DVD on  1st February and to celebrate we have a great competition for you and 2 copies on DVD to give away!

Synopsis:
A criminal known as 'Libanese' has a dream: to conquer the underworld of Rome. To carry out this unprecedented feat he puts together a ruthless and highly organised gang. Their progress and changes in leadership take place over twenty-five years, from the 1970's into the '90's, and are inseparably intertwined with the dark history of modern Italy: terrorism, kidnappings and corruption at the highest levels of government.

Throughout these years Police Lieutenant Scialoja sticks to the gang's trail, trying both to bring them to justice and to win the heart of Dandi's girlfriend Patrizia. It's now 1981 and the Rome crew are in disarray: Libanese is in the morgue, full of holes, which sparks a race to find the killers and exact revenge before the police can make arrests. It also creates a power vacuum with Freddo and Dandi in the frame to be the new boss.

Win This:
Romanzo Criminale: Season 2 [DVD]

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Friday, 22 January 2016

Driving a Ford Model T Is a Lot Harder Than You'd Think! We Tried It


Jan. 21 -- Starting in 1908, Henry Ford sold his novel Model T cars as the first to be really accessible to the masses. What's more, he marketed them as easy to handle for casual drivers and (gasp!) women since they started with a button rather than a crank. Thing is, those old Model Ts were still pretty complicated to drive. Bloomberg Pursuits' Hannah Elliott took a 1914 Model T for a spin but first she needed a driving lesson. (video by: David Nicholson, Camen Hodges, Victoria Blackburne-Daniell)

Dragon 2 Propulsive Hover Test


On November 24, SpaceX’s Dragon 2, powered by eight SuperDraco engines, executed a picture-perfect propulsive hover test at the company’s rocket development facility in McGregor, Texas.

Eight SuperDraco thrusters, positioned around the perimeter of the vehicle in pairs called “jet packs”, fired up simultaneously to raise the Crew Dragon spacecraft for a five-second hover, generating approximately 33,000 lbs of thrust before returning the vehicle to its resting position. This test was the second of a two-part milestone under NASA’s Commercial Crew Program. The first test—a short firing of the engines intended to verify a healthy propulsion system—was completed November 22, and the longer burn two-days later demonstrated vehicle control while hovering.

Ferrari F1 Pit Stop Perfection


2013 Melbourne F1, poetry in motion.

Cody is dead. And he has some questions...


Cody is dead. And he has some questions...

Thursday, 21 January 2016

The Pontiac Stinger - The Most Ridiculous Concept/Future Car Ever


The door panel doubles up as an ice box, and two portable vacuum cleaners...It's just absurd but I like it.

More Dead-On Celebrity Impressions by Ross Marquand


Impression master Ross Marquand nails the tiny moments of A-list actors, including Gary Busey explaining gravity, Sylvester Stallone checking to see if his deodorant is working, and Jon Hamm on Latin television. Full list below:

-Pierce Brosnan notices his fly is down
-Zach Galifianakis tastes something he doesn’t like
-Patrick Warburton chases down a cab
-Jack Nicholson is afraid to dance
-Jon Hamm on Latin television
-John Malkovich takes a sip of the wrong drink
-Michael Caine can’t open a jar
-Sylvester Stallone checks to see if his deodorant is working
-Gary Busey explains gravity
-Arnold Schwarzenegger realizes his pen is leaking
-Ewan McGregor smokes to look cool


Plumbing apprentice thought he had fitted his first toilet


How are you going to close that door, mate?

Evidence of a Ninth Planet - Is This Planet X?


Caltech's Konstantin Batygin, an assistant professor of planetary science, and Mike Brown, the Richard and Barbara Rosenberg Professor of Planetary Astronomy, discuss new research that provides evidence of a giant planet tracing a bizarre, highly elongated orbit in the outer solar system.

Read the Caltech News Story: Caltech.edu

Admitted drug dealers get high and call the Idaho cops


REXBURG -- A call made to 911 by a man moments before he and a friend were arrested for trafficking 20 pounds of marijuana has many shaking their heads.

The call, released by the Rexburg Police Department and obtained exclusively by EastIdahoNews.com, was made by 22-year-old Leland Ayala-Doliente on Jan. 23, 2015.

Ayala-Doliente was traveling from Las Vegas, NV to Bozeman, MT with 23-year-old Holland Sward. Court documents show the men were using marijuana during their trip and when they entered Idaho, they felt they were being followed by undercover police officers.

Once they reached Rexburg, the pair exited Highway 20, parked their car and called 911.

Here’s some of the phone call:

Ayala-Dolitente: Hi, uh, we’re the two dumb asses that got caught trying to bring some stuff through your border and all your cops are just driving around us like a bunch of jack wagons and I’d just like for you guys to end it. If you could help me out with that, we would like to just get on with it.

Dispatcher: You got caught doing what?

Ayala-Dolitente: Ahh…okay. Um…We kind of got spooked here trying to bring some stuff across your Idaho border.

Dispatcher: Ok.

Ayala-Dolitente: And, yeah. A bunch of your cops driving around in a bunch of civilian cars not wanting to pick us up. I don’t know what’s the deal. I was just wondering if you could help us out and just end it.

Dispatcher: Ok…um….

Ayala-Dolitente: Yeah…if you could call one of them. I don’t know. It’s getting cold out here man. I just want to get warm and just get on with this whole thing so…

Dispatcher: Ok. Where you at right now?

Ayala-Dolitente: University Boulevard right next to the gas station and Applebee’s. All your buddies are around us so if you could help us out that’d be great.

Dispatcher: Ok…alright. Is it just you or is there anybody else with you?

Ayala-Dolitente: It’s me and my buddy that I brought with me and then we have a dog that we were gonna bring back to it’s owner but…

Dispatcher: Oh ok.

Ayala-Dolitente: She’s a really nice dog. She’s not mean. She’s a pitbull…

Dispatcher: Oh…cool.

Ayala-Dolitente: She’s really cool in the car. She could just some food too.

Dispatcher: Ok. What was your name man?

Ayala-Dolitente: It’s LeLand.

Dispatcher: Leland…okay. Hold on just one second okay. Stay on the phone with me.

Ayala-Dolitente: Alright. Thank you.

(speaking to Sward) He’s a nice guy.

Want me to jump in the air and click my heels twice or what?

Dispatcher: Do you guys have any guns or weapons or anything on you at all?

Ayala-Dolitente: Nope we don’t have any of that stuff with us. Just a bunch of snacks and stuff.

Dispatcher: Alright. I just wanna make sure. They’re just curious.

Ayala-Dolitente: Yeah, yeah. We tried walking away from the car a couple times and that didn’t work. We tried waving them down and that didn’t work so I don’t know what’s going on here.

Dispatcher: Ok. I do have one of my marked units. He’s on his way over there so he’s on his way to meet you.

Ayala-Dolitente: Alright. Thank you.

When police officers arrived, they say both men had their hands behind their heads. Court documents show Sward said to an officer, “We got caught and we’re surrendering.”

Investigators found 20 pounds of marijuana inside a dog cage that the suspects had placed on the sidewalk.
Ayala-Dolitente and Sward were each charged with one felony count of trafficking marijuana.

Sward pleaded guilty to possession with intent to deliver, amended down from an original charge.

Sward was given a five-year sentence to prison. District Judge Greg Moeller suspended the judgment and placed Sward on probation for five years and ordered him to serve 30 days in jail.

Ayala-Doliente was sentenced to 1 1/2 to eight years in prison. Moeller increased the sentence after Ayala-Doliente tested positive for marijuana, cocaine and oxycodone on his sentencing day.


Wednesday, 20 January 2016

Beating The Bucket Prank


In which we attempt to prank Benji into falling for the ol' bucket of water on the ceiling trick.

But in the end, perhaps it is we who were pranked!

NSFW - How to Have Anal Sex


We've all seen anal sex in porn, but like all things, porn isn't reality. We're gonna give you the down and dirty guide to proper anal sex.

1973, Marlon Brando sent an Apache woman (Sacheen Littlefeather) to the Oscars to refuse an award for him


Sacheen Littlefeather refusing to accept the Best Actor Oscar® on behalf of Marlon Brando for his performance in "The Godfather" - the 45th Annual Academy Awards® in 1973. Liv Ullmann and Roger Moore presented the award.