Thursday, 31 March 2016

Molten Copper vs Ice Exploding Ice


I'm Pouring molten scrap copper on ice. In this video i don't know why but it caused an explosion. I'm not sure what went wrong, when i was pouring the copper on the ice it was weird because it wasn't even making any sound. The explosion sent molten copper flying everywhere even burned my right hand my shoulder and my foot and to top it off it even caused a fire on a wood pile like 40 feet away. when the camera falls you can hear ice and copper falling from the sky at 0:14 seconds in my video. and on 0:19 seconds you can see the molten copper flying. I'm Melting Copper using my metal melting propane furnace. This furnace is capable of reaching temperatures up to 2500 °F

Tuesday, 29 March 2016

A Look Back at the OJ Simpson Verdict -- Different Reactions From Different People


This is a look back at the different reactions to the OJ Simpson verdict some 20 years ago (exact date of verdict was Oct 3, 1995). What started off as a murder trial evolved into a case about race, celebrity, wealth, and what wealth could buy. Only three years earlier in the same city of Los Angeles, riots occurred after a jury acquitted three police officers involved in the Rodney King beating. This was fresh in the minds of the American public at the time of the OJ Simpson trial.

The OJ Simpson jury consisted of 9 Blacks, 1 Hispanic, and 2 Whites. It would raise eyebrows after they only deliberated for 4 hours in a case that they were involved in for almost a year. It's important to note that the clip also shows that not all African-Americans thought OJ was innocent.

Sunday, 27 March 2016

Ryan Stiles & Colin Mochrie - You Started It


Bald jokes, nose jokes, skinny jokes, some things never change. The last clip is from a show called Drew Carey's Improvaganza.

Saturday, 26 March 2016

Green River Harmonica Beatbox


Who would have known that beatboxing into a Harmonica would sound so cool!

Brian O'Sullivan leading a truly inspiring rendition of The Killers' 2004 hit Mr. Brightside for recently passed local Ger Foley


"A local man, Ger Foley, was buried that day aged 45. He had cystic fibrosis. Brian O'Sullivan on the counter was paying tribute to him."

Friday, 25 March 2016

Rare total solar eclipse recorded from a plane (no audio) [HD]


Amazing total solar eclipse recorded from a plane. Enjoy

Saturn 1 (SA-5) Camera Inside Kerosene Tank


This footage is from inside the kerosene tank in the S-1 first stage of SA-5, the fifth Saturn 1 launch. This mission was the first orbital Saturn launch, and the first flight of a live second stage (The S-IV). Engineering cameras such as this were used to document the behavior of propellants in flight.

Thursday, 24 March 2016

Marc Martel - Bohemian Rhapsody Cover


Really impressive of one of the hardest songs to sing.

Why Gift Cards Are A Scam


Why do people buy gift cards man? Do people not see shitty they are? Well don't worry man, I'll explain.

Father Of The Year! Dad makes watching mountain biking exciting for his daughter


Wow what a great dad he is!

LeMelons 2016: Racing and Destroying $300 Cars


What do you get when you put $300 cars in a 3-hour endurance race? A whole lot of destruction, that's what! This is the 4th year of running the event, and bigger than ever. Perhaps too big, some might say.

Private property, closed course, all that stuff.

Primitive Technology - How to make a Bow and Arrow


I made this bow and arrow using only primitive tools and materials.The bow is 1.25 m (55 inches) long and shoots 60 cm (2 feet) long arrows. I don't know the draw weight - safe to say greater than 15 kg (35 pounds) perhaps? The stave was made from a tree that was cut with a stone axe and split in half with a stone chisel. I don't know it's name but it's common here and is the same wood I use for axe handles. One half was used for the bow and was cut to a length of 1.25 m (50 inches). The limbs of the bow were carved with various stone blades so that the limbs tapered in width, and to a lesser extent depth, towards the tips. The middle of the bow was narrowed in width to form a handle about 12.5 cm (5 inches) long.

The string was made from the inner bark of a fibrous tree. It was separated into thin strips and left to dry. Then it was twisted into cordage.

Arrows were made of the same wood as the bow and were 60 cm (2 feet) long. A notch was carved into the back to accept the bow string. They were fletched with bush turkey feathers picked up from the ground (no turkeys were harmed in the making of this video). A feather was split in half and cut into 3 lengths then resin and bark fiber attached the fletching on to the arrows. The tip of the arrow was fire hardened and sharpened to a point. The fletching was trimmed using a hot coal. Each arrow took about an hour to make. A quiver was made of bark to hold the arrows.

I cleared a shooting range with a semi rotten log as a target. At 10 meters the accuracy was better than 50 % for this narrow target and the arrows stuck into the wood enough so that they were difficult to pull out. The bow was durable, shooting about 200-300 times with the string breaking only 3 times. I made a back up string and repaired them by splicing the ends back together.

In conclusion this was an easy bow to make. The short design makes it easy to find a straight piece of wood for the stave. A short string is also easy to make and short arrow shafts are easy to find. Short bows shoot fast and are easy to carry in thick forest. The dimensions of the bow were based on those given in the SAS Survival Handbook by john Lofty Wiseman. but instead of carving it from a stave from the start, I split the stave and then carved it. I think this requires less time, effort and skill. It also gives a flat bow design that's unlikely to break. It does require wood that doesn't twist much when split though.


Wednesday, 23 March 2016

Solar System Model- How far is Planet 9?


I heart space but sometimes it can be hard to comprehend. I try to fix that in this video with junk you can find lying around your house. Also, if you’ve wondered how there could be a ninth planet that we’ve never noticed till now I try to clear that up too by demonstrating just how impossibly far away it is.

Tuesday, 22 March 2016

Monday, 21 March 2016

Rejected Febreze Commercial


Is there anything in your house that Febreze can't fix? Broadcast Commercial Produced on Spec by John Gape.

Major Fail on the running track for this poor girl


Are you OK hunny??

Shocking Footage of Illegal Fishing in the Indian Ocean


www.opdriftnet.org

Sea Shepherd’s Flagship, the Steve Irwin, is en route to the Indian Ocean to confront a killer in our oceans.

A fleet of fishing vessels is actively fishing on the high seas of the Indian Ocean using driftnets; a form of fishing banned by the United Nations in 1992 due to its indiscriminate and destructive impact.

The Steve Irwin first intercepted the fleet of vessels engaged in illegal fishing in January 2016. Now, Sea Shepherd has released shocking photographs and video of the encounter, showing sharks, dolphins, seals, and multiple species of fish, including critically endangered Southern Bluefin tuna, entangled and dead in the illegal nets.

The goal of this new campaign, Operation Driftnet, is to confront the vessels while they are engaged in the act of illegal fishing, and subsequently employ direct-action techniques to shut-down their operations.


Drone footage of humpback whales in Hawaii


Spent the past few months filming humpback whales in hawaii. these are a few of my favorite shots.

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Thursday, 17 March 2016

MythBusters Series Finale Tribute Video


We're longtime friends and fans of the MythBusters, and in celebration of their amazing run, we wanted to put together this homage to their 12 years of dedication to -- and joy! from -- filming the show. Thank you, Adam, Jamie, Kari, Grant and Tory. We'll miss you.


Life Observations: Going Number Two in Public Restrooms


There's something I noticed: The narrator recounts an awkward visit to the toilet.

Proof of evolution that you can find on your body


Forty-two percent of Americans say that humans were created in their present form within the past 10,000 years — a percentage that hasn't changed much since 1982, when Gallup started polling views on evolution.

Several lines of evidence, from the fossil record, comparative anatomy, and genetics, tell another story. But you don't have to read all the research to find signs of our evolutionary history — you can see it in the vestigial structures in each of our bodies, like the third molars that no longer fit in our mouths. For a few other examples, check out the video above.

Monti-Rago Funeral Home Road Rage (After Initial Video Takedown)


Monti-Rago Funeral Home Road Rage (After Initial Video Takedown)

Tuesday, 15 March 2016

Thermal Imaging and Its Applications


What's the use of a thermal camera? There are many applications, but finding a cold spot where there's a ghost is at the bottom of the list.

Boating on a lake of Sulfuric acid


Adventurer, George Kourounis takes a small inflatable rubber raft out onto the world's largest lake of sulphuric acid at the bottom of the Kawah Ijen volcano crater in Indonesia. The acid is so strong (ph of 0.5) that an aluminum soda can sizzles when it touches the lake.

Cristiano Ronaldo tests how popular he is, goes exactly as you'd expect


Watch what happens when Cristiano Ronaldo goes out for a cup of tea at a local cafe. How many sips of tea will he have before being swarmed by excited fans?

Monday, 14 March 2016

Radio Co-Host's Priceless Reaction As Presenter Pranks Her By Pretending They're Live on Air


'Stop it! I do want my job!' Radio co-host's priceless reaction as presenter pranks her by pretending they're live on air and swearing profusely

Viking FM breakfast presenter, Alex Duffy pranked Emma Louise Jones




Exclusive footage from inside ISIS controlled city Raqqa, Syria


Exclusive footage from inside IS-controlled city Raqqa. Filmed by two brave women for Expressen

My code word for taking the dog on a walk...


"I trained my roommates dog to respond to a certain set of words of which some people find hilarious."

Sunday, 13 March 2016

Mom and new born sea otter pup getting to know each other!


Last week, thousands of people got to watch the birth of a wild sea otter pup live online, and millions more have been touched by this conservation success story. Watch as mom and pup get to know each other in our open-to-the-ocean Great Tide Pool, right off the back deck of the Aquarium.

Amazing Live Bass Solo


Meet the amazing bass guitar player Larry Williams performing this amazing live bass solo with his band

Can Blind People Draw?


Tommy Edison, who has been blind since birth, responds to the popular request to draw various objects based on how he thinks they look including a cat, a car, and himself.

Incredible singer, sounds just like Freddie Mercury!


Person: "Anyone ever tell you you sound like that guy from Queen?"
Me: "No. Never have I ever heard that in my life. Ever."

Saturday, 12 March 2016

Queen - Live at LIVE AID 1985/07/13


This is the absolute ULTIMATE experience of Queen's set at LIVE AID

00:36 - Bohemian Rhapsody
02:42 - Radio Ga Ga
06:53 - Ay Oh!
07:34 - Hammer To Fall
12:08 - Crazy Little Thing Called Love
16:03 - We Will Rock You
17:18 - We Are The Champions
21:12 - Is This The World We Created...?

Friday, 11 March 2016

Strategic Butt Coverings - Tropes vs Men in Video Games


This episode examines the ways in which designers often employ camera angles and clothing choices as tools to deliberately sexualize and objectify male protagonists of third-person games. To illustrate that this is no accident, we contrast the ways in which men's butts are frequently emphasized with the great lengths often taken to avoid calling attention to the butts of female characters.

Thermite Kettle - Furze's Invention Show


Boiling water with Thermite???? Sounds mad but it boils water quicker than anything else.....even the JETTLE.

Thursday, 10 March 2016

Croc Attack Footage On Zoo Staff Member Very Lucky Guy


AMATEUR footage has captured the terrifying moment a New South Wales zookeeper was dragged into the water by a huge crocodile during a feeding demonstration.

Trent Burton endured a terrifying day at the office yesterday after he was dragged into the water by a huge crocodile during a lunchtime feeding demonstration.Once described on social media as “the Shoalhaven’s version of Steve Irwin”,

Source: Video Seven news


This amazing girl mastered dubstep dancing by just using YouTube


Adilyn Malcolm mastered dubstep dancing by just using YouTube as her teacher. The 12 year old used the internet to stop, rewind, and watch videos of the best dubstep music dancers in the world like Marquese Scott (youtube.com/user/WHZGUD2), something she admits a traditional dance class wouldn't allow her to do. The results are incredible.