Sometimes, you just need to watch some destruction in slow motion.
The Slo Mo Guys are famous on the YouTube for filming and destroying all sorts of thing in — you guessed it — slow motion. Recently, the team had a two-hour-long livestream, where they destroyed a whole bunch of stuff in the California desert.
Now, nobody has time to watch two hours of stuff getting destroyed, so here's a short highlight clip so that you can get your fix, and get on with the rest of your day. Read more...
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It's been nearly four years since The Office ended, and we're still not over it. We'll never be over it.
How are we supposed to forget the legendary pranks Jim played on Dwight? How can we eat chili without pausing for a brief moment of silence for Kevin? How is it possible that we'll ever forget the character of Michael Scott?
Answer: It's not possible. It's not possible for us superfans, and it's also not possible for the genius writers who gave us The Office.
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One of those very writers, Mindy Kalin...more
FIFA is finally starting to embrace technology.
The organization just announced that it wants video assistant referees (VARs) to be used at the 2018 World Cup in Russia.
The video refs are, in essence, a limited form of instant replay, issuing rulings from their video monitor that the on-the-field refs might have missed.
"In 2017, when everyone in the stadium or at home can see within seconds if the referee made a mistake, we can't have a situation where the only one who can't see it is the referee," said FIFA President Gianni Infantino
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I know that this is a weird thing for a space reporter to admit publicly, but here's the truth: I've never had any desire to travel to space.
Let's just say that I've seen one too many rockets explode to make me comfortable with flying up to space.
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But I have to say, photos like this one, of an uncrewed Cygnus spacecraft approaching the International Space Station on April 22, make me rethink my hard-line stance against space travel.
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All good things must come to an end, and Kylie Jenner and Tyga's tumultuous and public relationship is no exception.
Word has been circling that the two ended things this spring, and when Kylie stepped out at Coachella with rapper Travis Scott, the rumors picked up steam.
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Kylie was caught on Snapchat with Travis during the festival where the rapper, who is affiliated with Kanye West's GOOD Music, performed. Since then, the two have been spotted supporting Travis' hometown NBA team, the Houston Rockets.
If you're going to put cheese on a pizza, why stop at one? Why, indeed?
A pizza place in Portland, Oregon, took this pizza-stential question very seriously, deciding they had nothing to lose by totally just going for it. So, as part of an annual Portland celebration of pizza, Scottie's Pizza Parlor created a pie using 101 cheeses.
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The pie is called the Centouno Formaggio, and, according to Scottie Pizza Parlor's website, it was inspired by the 99-cheese pizza from the movie Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtle...more
Nearly a month after its release, Netflix's 13 Reasons Why hasn't lost steam, with an ongoing conversation about adolescence, mental health, and bullying, and some of the most strong and salient social media reactions for any show.
Netflix will probably announce Season 2 any day now, and there's a mounting pile of evidence.
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As of Tuesday, the actor Ross Butler was "unavailable" for Season 2 of Riverdale and will be recast as Archie's nemesis Reggie. Is his schedule being held for more 13 Reasons Why?
Dozens of glow-in-the-dark mushroom species grow around the world. But details on what makes them shine so bright have long been dim.
In a new study, scientists say they can finally explain what makes bioluminescent mushrooms glow. They describe a process of "enzyme promiscuity" that leads to changes in the intensity and colors of mushrooms' light emissions.
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The researchers, who hail from Russia, Brazil, and Japan, published their findings Wednesday in the journal Science Advances.
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Raul Polit Casillas at NASA's JPL created a 3D-printed "space fabric" that's flexible, easy to create, and a thermal regulator. Read more...More about Insulation, Thermal, 3d Printed, 3d Printer, and 3d Printing
Photographer David Finlay was flying his drone and checking out the scenery at a Kiama beach in Australia on Monday — as you do — when he noticed something circling below a group of surfers hanging out in the water.
Cue Jaws music.
"There's a shark right under the surface," Finlay can be heard saying in the clip.
The surfers were completely oblivious to what was happening under the water. Thankfully, Finlay was there with a birds-eye-view (captured in this pretty mesmerizing video) and informed the beach's lifeguards that there were sharks in the water. Read more....more