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Now you can bring some fresh LN excitement to your party, such as making homemade ice cream beads, self-tooting horns, more.
But, as YouTuber ParoXsitiC so profoundly says, “While these are neat, I am not sure the general public should really be temping most of these.”
We would agree, so please just enjoy the video and don’t try these at home.
Here’s the new safer version:
Two weeks ago, Tony Hawk and a slew of other famous celebrities collaborated to prank the Web with a video purportedly demonstrating a real hoverboard. Sadly, and quite obviously, it was a fraud.
Homestead scientist carsandwater continues his online experiment videos. For his latest, he again heated a ball of iron until it was red red hot. Then he simply dropped the ball onto a huge brick of ice.
The results are simply mesmerizing, and have garnered over 650,000 views already.
This is what dreams are made of.
Video available at: http://youtube.com/watch?v=DCpsusTta4w.
Using head tracking, the iPad can constantly make an image look 3D from wear the users eyes are. The future is coming. As seen on ViralVideoChart.
Paper cuts are a nasty thing, but did you ever wonder what other destruction paper is capable of?
Suffering from an intestinal infection called pinworm, this patient really gave doctors the runaround. When the young girl entered the hospital complaining of pains fitting of an appendicitis diagnosis, they didn’t hesitate to operate.
But when they opened her up and started looking around, they didn’t just find an infection. They discovered something way more disturbing.
If that doesn’t make you lose your appetite, there’s something wrong. If you’ll excuse me, I need to take a walk.
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Anyone who’s ever owned a cat will tell you the species as a whole is maniacal. Cats seem to study every emotion, cuddling up with you on a bad day but purposely vomiting on your handwoven West Elm rug when they feel annoyed.
I always say owning a feline is a lot like having a roommate who’s out to ruin your life, bit by bit, all while purring like an angel. The cunning Siamese cats from Lady and theTramp aren’t too far from the truth.
Apparently, there’s more proof to my theory than just anecdotal evidence. According to published research from Kyoto University, cats actually seem to have an understanding of cause and effect, as well as gravity. So when Cuddles uses her paw to politely push your water glass off the counter, she might also understand that it’s going to fall. In other words, she’s messing with you.