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Upside Down & Inside Out – OK Go in zero-g

Filmed in a single take, thanks to 20 flights aboard a Russian S7 Airlines parabolic flight, stunt-video aficionados OK Go present Upside Down & Inside Out, all filmed in zero gravity with, as they note, no wires or g...

Building a hexagon-shaped treehouse, a time lapse

From jack-of-all-trades Ethan Schlussler, who began building hexagon-shaped treehouses -- his own design -- because he wanted to have a space of his own outside of his mother’s house, watch this time lapse video of hi...

Ashima Shiraishi, one of the best rock climbers in the world

A veteran rock climber at just 14 years old -- she started scaling boulders at the age of six -- New Yorker Ashima Shiraishi is considered to be one of the strongest and most talented climbers on the planet. The N...

The Stroop Test

After we learn to read, recognizing words becomes an automatic behavior that our brains can process much faster than recognizing colors. For example, say these words: Red. Green. Blue. So what happens when we intro...

The Toy Piano Virtuoso: Margaret Leng Tan

From New York City's Carnegie Hall to venues all around the world, classically-trained musician Margaret Leng Tan performs concerts on her collection of toy pianos... as well as toy drums, catfood cans, soy sauce dish...

This is What Outer Space Does to Your Body

NASA astronaut, engineer, and former football player Leland Melvin explains how the human body changes when it leaves the confines of Planet Earth. Your body may become taller, your heart might get smaller and change ...

Adult beginner violinist – 2 years of progress in under 5 minutes

A 24 year old woman from Norway, Violin Noobie on YouTube, filmed herself learning how to play the violin -- from her first week in April 2013 to after two years of practice: Adult beginner violinist. Of her progr...

How To Decorate Penguin Cookies – SweetAmbs

For a winter cookie decorating challenge, try making and icing these well-dressed sphenisciformes: Penguins in beautifully knit scarves, iced with experience by Amber Spiegel of SweetAmbs. Find her supply list, includ...

Mathematical Present Wrapping with Katie Steckles

When you're wrapping a variety of shapes, it can be a challenge to wrap them neatly, but with a bit of measuring, thoughtful folding, and practice, your cuboid, pentahedron or equilateral triangular prism, cylinder, o...

How to fold a Christmas Tree Napkin – Instructables

If you're looking for a few modern, evergreen-themed decoration ideas for the holidays, check out this easy yet impressive-looking Christmas Tree Napkin Fold from Instructables. There's also step by step instructions....

How this Japanese town is working to produce no trash

Since 2003, the small town of Kamikatsu, Japan has worked to become a zero waste community by rigorously composting, reusing, and recycling their materials, and they are close to the goal: As of 2015, only 20% of thei...

The physics of ‘skydiving’ wind tunnel acrobats

In a vertical wind tunnel that's blowing air upward at 270 km/h (168 mph), four 'skydiving' acrobats perform a twisting, turning flying routine without ever colliding into each other. How do they perform epic looking ...

Totoro & Catbus pancake art by Random Breakfasts

Find weekend pancake inspiration in the three-batter-colored illustration work of Kevin Blankenship, a cartoonist and dad who runs the pancake flip-worthy RandomBreakfasts Tumblr. Above, Totoro pancake art, and below:...

STOMP makes basketball music with the Harlem Globetrotters

In celebration of the world famous Harlem Globetrotters' 90th year as an organization, Globetrotters William 'Bull' Bullard, Brawley 'Cheese' Chisholm, Tay 'Firefly' Fisher, and Chris 'Handles' Franklin teamed up with...

Debunking the “I will never need to use this…” myth

If you've ever heard the phrase, "I will never need to use this ever again," regarding a theorem of mathematics, or a scientific law, or a fact from the history of a far corner of the planet, consider this from astrop...

Juggling Gentlemen

From The New Conformity in Vancouver, Canada, watch Chris Murdoch, Ryan Mellors, & Yuki Ueda blend juggling with a touch of Vaudeville in this video from Kuma Films. There are more Kuma videos, and more juggling v...

The Dresser – Joseph Herscher

An alarm clock goes off. Dropping it in a glass of water will silence the alarm. The weight of the glass also triggers a machine which helps the user get dressed... Shirt, pants, vest, socks, shoes... and don't fo...

Professor Shoelace demonstrates the world’s fastest shoelace knot

What's the fastest way to tie your shoes? Professor Shoelace Ian Fieggen demonstrates the "Ian Knot", billed as the world's fastest shoelace knot: Make a loop with both ends and simultaneously pull them through ea...

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