‪Amazing Animated Optical Illusions!‬‏
‪Incredible Tape Measure Tricks‬‏
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James Randi's fiery takedown of psychic fraud
Brilliant Balloon Animation
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J.J. Abrams' mystery box
David Perry: Are games better than life?
Will Wright makes toys that make worlds
Barry Schwartz on the paradox of choice
Barry Schwartz on our loss of wisdom
Damon Horowitz calls for a "moral operating system"
Seth Godin on standing out
Arthur Benjamin's formula for changing math education
Adora Svitak: What adults can learn from kids
Ken Robinson says schools kill creativity
Clifford Stoll on ... everything
The McGurk Effect Via the BBC: The McGurk effect is a compelling demonstration of how we all use visual speech information. The effect shows that we can’t help but integrate visual speech into what we ‘hear’. Or, further explained by Wikipedia: The McGurk effect is a perceptual phenomenon which demonstrates an interaction between hearing and vision in speech perception. It suggests that speech perception is multimodal, that is, that it involves information from more than one sensory modality. The McGurk Effect
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Best Of A Normal Day
Video - Breathtaking Spy Plane Footage. U-2 at 70,000 ft. - EX SUBMARINE SPY
Joe Rogan on The True Reason Pot is illegal
A Brief History of Pretty Much Everything
LEGO Great Ball Contraption | It Is Monday
Eye Candy: Mesmerizing Swinging Balls Video - Geekologie Eye Candy: Mesmerizing Swinging Balls Video - Geekologie Not mine -- mine are hypnotizing. This is a video of one of those swinging ball desk toys (aka Newton's Cradle) but with different length droopers (mine drag on the floor), creating all sorts of crazy-ass designs. I just watched it twice back to back (the second time with my eyes unfocused) and I'm pretty sure I spotted the secret to the universe at one point. SPOILER: It was a pop-up porn ad. "A gay one?" Four hunks in a bubble bath!
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Animated Optical Illusions
David Blaine: How I held my breath for 17 min
Snow explosion
Noreena Hertz: How to use experts -- and when not to
Johnny Lee demos Wii Remote hacks
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Aimee Mullins and her 12 pairs of legs
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Adam Savage's obsessions
Robert Lang folds way-new origami
Videogame Quintet - CollegeHumor video
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Fan Shows Up Mascot In Slam Dunk Contest [VIDEO]
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Parallel Parking on Vimeo
A Men's Room Monologue - Flash Animation :: KillSomeTime.com
Guy With Crazy Limbo Skills Video
Vortex Cannon Demolishes House « Wonderment Blog Vortex Cannon Demolishes House « Wonderment Blog Jem Stansfield from BBC's Bang Goes the Theory has "put scientific theory to the test" with his Vortex Cannon. Filmed at 1300-fps, you can see the cannon knock down three different houses made of straw, stick, and brick with an explosive vortex ring. The vortex ring that comes out is not smoke, however. After detonating the explosive gas mixture of acetylene and oxygen, "one of the most dangerous gas mixes in the world," the ring forms from the pressure drop inside the vortex.
Create solid ball water - une vidéo Funny
Sato – bounce & box juggling | The Ministry of Manipulation
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Awesome Prank – You Evil Bastard | Daily Shite
Dactyl Fractal Zoom
Social reality or Mind control - a Tech & Science video
Block mesa plays Portal's 'Still Alive' in Minecraft
Amazing - Hats off
Art in the Eye of a Needle Amazing Amazing Needle Eye Art
The invisible gorilla returns to show us how often we miss the obvious
Crazy Brick-Stacking
A Tool to Unclog Your Drain
Imagining the Tenth Dimension - A Book by Rob Bryanton
Backyard video of epic hailstorm
Lego StarCraft
By Daily Mail Reporter Updated: 17:29 GMT, 20 November 2010 Most of us would be happy with landing a handful of two-pointers on an arcade basketball game. But this Japanese trick shot would clearly put most of us to shame after landing an astonishing 256 points in just 60 seconds. With a speed of shot that would embarrass most NBA players, the teenager rattles off 128 consecutive baskets without a single miss. Trick shot: A Japanese teenager lands 128 consecutive baskets in just 60 seconds at a game arcade Footage of Japanese teenager scoring 128 consecutive 2-pointers on arcade game Footage of Japanese teenager scoring 128 consecutive 2-pointers on arcade game