Watch Chris Van Dine racing on the down hill urban course of Taxco, Mexico. He first crashes attempting a backflip at full speed—then he tries again, jumps and rides his bike on a wall, before completing a successful backflip.
Ladies and gentlemen, after the great MacGyver musicless intro comes another classic starring the Hoff himself: Knight Rider! I just can't have enough of them looking at the camera and laughing like morons. Mario Wienerroither, I don't know why you keep doing these but please never stop.
Scientists have presented their initial observations of Comet 67P/Churyumov-Gerasimenko in seven articles published Thursday in the journal Science. Among the more surprising finds: images of ripples and dunes on the comet's surface, unexpected given that the comet lacks an atmosphere (and therefore wind) and experiences very little gravity.
We know very little about Lana and Andy Wachowski's next scifi feature Jupiter Ascending. We know it stars Mila Kunis and Channing Tatum as a dog person trained to find her in the future. But we did not know it was this beautiful. Take a look at this massive gallery of gorgeous looks into the world the Wachowskis created.
The USAF Air Combat Command just tweeted this photo: "Today in 1991, US-backed coalition air forces attained air supremacy over the Iraqis." Aside from any geopolitical consideration, there's something unsettling about it. It is simultaneously imposing for what it shows and terrible for what it doesn't.
This hilarious ad for French network Canal+—promoting their film production division—tells the story of why unicorns disappeared from the surface of the Earth. I'm not going to tell you more about it so I don't spoil it—just make sure you watch it until the very end.
It's not easy living in a world where beauty is defined in narrow terms and our bodies are scrutinized if they don't fit into some culturally-prescribed mold. But you know what helps? Remembering that every body is beautiful, and if that doesn't do it, then remembering that "ideal" body types are totally arbitrary and fleeting in nature. BuzzFeed just made our day with their video detailing 3,000 years of women's "ideal bodies" as described by their own societies. Guys, this is some fascinating
If you build your home in the middle of a dune field, you're gonna have a bad time. Consider the buildings of Mos Espa (the Tatooinian city featured in The Phantom Menace), which are about to be buried by a hill of sand advancing steadily across the Tunisian desert.
El periodista Carlos Navea Paredes denunció el hallazgo de una cucaracha en una pizza que pidió del local de Domino’s de San Miguel, hecho al que calificó no solo como “maltrato al consumidor” sino como “un atentado a la salud”.
Roxanne Rimer, de 27 años, hizo pasar un gran susto a la policía de Pensilvania (EE.UU.) luego de robarles el auto en el que estaba encerrada y con las manos esposadas detrás de la espalda. La mujer se las ingenió para pasarse al lugar del conductor y arrancar el auto. Después de quitarse del camino un auto emprendió una fuga que duró 16 kilómetros, en los que llegó a alcanzar velocidades de 130 km/h, antes de chocar con una colina y escapar del auto.
I know, I KNOW. Disney princesses are not real. They are fictional, and fun, and that's why we loved them so much when we were kids —it's even why we are still enamored by them as adults. No part of me is authentically jealous that every single time Ariel emerged from the ocean, her hair stayed perfectly bouncy, as though she just paid major bucks for a blow out. Nor do I REALLY care if Pocahontas' locks stay perfectly swept behind her shoulders as she stands against a roar of wind and vibrant l
Some guys essentially weaponized a drone by strapping Roman Candles onto the flying machine and making it fly around and shoot fireworks at people (themselves). The video made by PIEROGRAM is totally crude but is also a preview of how the world will end. Death by laser shooting drones and human stupidity.