Luckily this was just a well and not, you know, a person, but still, sinkholes are frickin' scary.
What would happen if every one of a city's streets intersected at exactly one point? It would be a nightmare for rush-hour traffic, sure, but it's a great way to visualize the orientation of a city's streets.
This is the perfect example of a promotion working so successfully that it's actually a colossal failure.
Bruce Willis' vest-wearing hero was an unlikely savior in 1988, and despite endless attempts to recycle the formula, he remains without equal in the genre.
Cody Wilson makes digital files that let anyone 3-D print untraceable guns. The government tried to stop him. He sued — and won.
According to the person who captured this footage, this phenomenon only occurs when a rocket or jet exceeds the speed of sound while passing through a "sun dog" like this one.
New York University's Denise Holland captured this footage of a unusually massive calving event on Greenland's Helheim Glacier.
Musk's sub made from Falcon spare parts ended up sitting on the sidelines as Thai divers successfully rescued all 12 boys and their coach. But this isn't the first time the founder of Tesla and SpaceX has promised a single solution to complicated...
Turns out, standing around next to a family of bears is a good way to get yourself charged at.
A new mod for the emulated version of the Nintendo 64 classic ups the frame rate to a buttery smooth 60 FPS. It looks both amazing and also a little wrong.
Their friend "Barry" here is, indeed, a good boy.
Okay, we can understand how the dog is confused here, because we are also very confused.
Update: They got out!
The gulper catfish is, as it turns out, incredibly aptly named.
The Lawrence Livermore National Laboratory has been restoring and releasing videos of nuclear tests in the mid-20th century, and they just posted a new collection of videos. This one stands out.
How politics, and Donald Trump, turned America's most important repair job into a $30 billion grudge match.
Wild stories about the odd and ordinary ways people interact can be some of the most fun and rewarding parts of the internet. That is not the case for #PlaneBae.
July 5 is the 25th anniversary of the smallest album from the world's biggest band. Maybe you've never heard of it; maybe you have and want to forget it. But you should listen to it.
If you want to be like the best soccer player in the world, you've got to practice your diving skills.
This is more than a table — it's a work of art.