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Friday, May 30, 2014

DIY trashcan tornado shelter

This is a follow-up to yesterday's post. I really don't know what to think of this. Part of me thinks it's an ingenious idea, but part of me thinks it's the most ridiculous thing I've ever seen. You be the judge:

(via The Tea Party Economist)

How to tie a bow tie

All the cool guys wear bow ties, which is probably why I don't wear them. So if you want to learn how to tie one, I'll let food and fashion expert Alton Brown show you:

For more information on how to be cool, be sure to check out Alton's podcast.

Thursday, May 29, 2014

Amazing video of tornado in North Dakota

This is the most amazing video footage of a tornado I've seen:

Watch the raw video (complete with NSFW language) here.

(via The Tea Party Economist)

Tuesday, May 27, 2014

Google unveils its self-driving car

From the official Google blog:
We're planning to build about a hundred prototype vehicles, and later this summer, our safety drivers will start testing early versions of these vehicles that have manual controls. If all goes well, we'd like to run a small pilot program here in California in the next couple of years. We’re going to learn a lot from this experience, and if the technology develops as we hope, we'll work with partners to bring this technology into the world safely.

If you'd like to follow updates about the project and share your thoughts, please join us on our new Google+ page. We're looking forward to learning more about what passengers want in a vehicle where their number one job is to kick back, relax, and enjoy the ride.
While I think this is a brilliant concept, coupled with amazing technology, I don't believe I'll be relinquising control of the steering wheel anytime soon.

Friday, May 09, 2014

Stunning timelapse video of Yosemite National Park

Photographers Colin Delehanty and Sheldon Neill backpacked over 200 miles through Yosemite National Park, filming over the course of 10 months. They spent a total of 45 days in the park capturing the images in this video.

Read more about the project at

Monday, May 05, 2014

Bigfoot or hiker? See the video and decide for yourself.

Here is the description on YouTube:
This video was only uploaded for the benefit of a couple of friends, we had no intention for it to gather the interest it has. We are not claiming this to be anything other than a strange encounter based on some of the reasons below:

1) We were able to view the subject much better than what the video portrays as it was just a simple point and shoot camera. Contrast was excellent due to the snow behind the subject.

2) The subject was clearly bipedal and was without snowshoes or a backpack and wearing all one coloured clothing. Movement over this kind of terrain in soft snow without snowshoes would have been very difficult and the distance traveled over the given time period would have been very fast for a human without proper snow travel gear.

3) There was a very steep drop off below where the video was shot, easily a 300m sheer face. We were not equipped with climbing gear and a descent around would have been impossible before nightfall.

4) We have encountered bears on the approach to this summit in the past, this video is most definitely not showing a bear or any other wild animal.

5) Perhaps the most reasonable explanation for this video is a very ill prepared hiker, hiking up a difficult section of snowline as opposed to a much easier route, one who is very physically fit and able to cover ground in unusually quick fashion and must have had very large feet as we were breaking through snow crust in just our boots.
(via The Daily Caller)

Friday, May 02, 2014

Shirtless dude asks out "super pretty" reporter on live TV

If you're going to ask out a "super pretty" news reporter on live TV, at least have the decency to put on a shirt:

(via 1500 ESPN)

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