Equipped with butane gas, mouth air, and a few unique tools, "bubble artist" Dustin Skye creates something wholly incredible.
The Zumba logo gets a makeover. And it's, well, fine.
These phenomena are known as "sun dogs" and are caused by the refraction of sunlight by ice crystals in the atmosphere.
On Thursday afternoon, a surprising message popped up in Sun Sentinelreporter Scott Travis' Twitter inbox. "yo your fucking denver show was f**king raging i bought one of your fire shirts and someone stole that s**t out my hand tryna send me some merch? gang" wrote someone with the handle @KSwizz93.
You owe it to yourself to watch this outstanding slow-motion footage of rainbow glass slowly splintering into a million pieces.
Because of the messiness of politics and colonial history, it's actually a tricky question, trying to determine the shortest international border in the world.
While the advertising industry generally moved away from banner adverts, they’re still very much alive, well, and kicking on cybercrime forums.
We're getting indigestion just looking at this.
You are about to play a game of tic-tac-toe, with one advantage and one big disadvantage. The advantage is you get to go first. The disadvantage is you are blindfolded and therefore not informed of your opponent's moves.
If you haven't seen it before, it doesn't sound real, and once you have seen it, it doesn't look real.
The future features a lot fewer jetpacks and a lot more bullcrap inventions than we had been made to believe.
We're not sure what we expected, but it wasn't this.
When you don't really know how to slackline and you don't really know how to yo-yo, might as well learn how to do both at the same time while dangerously high off the ground.
We can hear the water running, but our brains are absolutely refusing to come to terms with the fact that this isn't an ice stalactite.
First we mastered morphing from one face to another, then generating entirely new faces from neural networks — what you're seeing here is a tool that lets you generate and morph faces based on particular traits like age and pose. Kinda creepy, but maybe this'll be good for video game character creators?
Does... does that mean the brands have won?
A discovery in October solved one 57-year-old mystery for a Long Island family. Now they face another troubling question.
An experiment in controlling how much of Scrabble is luck.
Is this owl the regular mailman? Did the owl kill the mailman and take his deliveries? Is this "Harry Potter"? What's going on?
Russia-24 praised the ersatz android during coverage of a youth forum dedicated to robotics, boasting that "Robot Boris has already learned to dance and he's not that bad."
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