The video by Cy Kuckenbaker shows all landings at the San Diego Airport on Nov 23, 2012 between 1030am and 300pm.
They may be a relic, but those phonebooks are exceptionally strong. It is known to be nearly impossible to tear apart a phonebook, but the strength in those pages is apparently enough to do some real world heavy lifting. The video here shows a crane lifting an entire car using the power of two phonebooks.
Cincinnati Zoo and National Geographic pooled their resources and brains together to capture the world’s fastest land animal sprinting away. They used a Phantom camera recording video at 1200 fps to capture five different cheetahs. A cheetah can reach a top speed of sixty miles an hour.
John Templeton foundation asked a number of noted scientists and scholars a question, “Does the Universe Have a Purpose?” Here’s Neil deGrasse Tyson’s take on it.
A PSA that very creatively tells you to be careful and use precautions.
Bricks would be shat.
The wearer of Lorenz Potthast‘s real time slow motion helmet would see the world trapped in some sort of movie flick where the action scene is going on. Well, we do find it really impressive that the helmet manages to do all the “slow motion” stuff in real time, which would be akin to bending time or a secret way to time travel. As the video shows, it is pretty much an impressive and nifty gadget.
A little story of music in the latest James Bond saga.