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  • September 26, 2014
    The award-winning De Halve Maan brewery in Bruges (weird movie) has just been approved to construct a 1.8-mile beer pipeline to connect its downtown brewery (where it's been brewing beer for almost five centuries) with a newly constructed bottling plant outside of town. The pi... / Continue →
  • April 4, 2014
    Way to not help, dog. They're not actually Amish by the way, they're Mennonites. They're similar but distinct religious groups. I just used Amish in the title because if I'd said Mennonites at least a half dozen of you would be scratching your heads wondering how a bunch of ... / Continue →
  • January 7, 2014
    This is the world's largest K'Nex ball-moving machine. The previous world's largest ball-moving machine? "The forklift it takes to get my balls out of bed in the morning." Hey -- that's what I was gonna say! This 100,000+ piece K'nex machine stands 23-feet tall, 40-feet lon... / Continue →
  • December 13, 2013
    This is a video of a bunch of cool moving optical illusions you can print yourself (links to Youtube page with links to all the designs). You just need a clear sheet of transparency paper to print the overlay. Don't have a piece of transparency paper? Then you are SHIT OUT ... / Continue →
  • July 30, 2013
    Dude -- don't Fus Ro Dah your companion! This is another informational video from Jake Roper of vsauce3 discussing how loud something would have to be to actually move a person. And I'm not just talking about your balls jiggling at a rave, I'm talking about getting thrown aro... / Continue →
  • December 17, 2012
    Seen here going straight for a chocolate bar, 52-year old quadriplegic Jan Scheuermann demonstrates the robotic arm she controls ENTIRELY WITH HER BRAIN. Impressive work, but can you do THIS? *concentrates really hard, pen begins to levitate* "I can see the fishing line, GW.... / Continue →
  • September 18, 2012
    This is a video featuring the latest version of Youtube user akiyuky's Great Ball Contraption (GBC). It can move LEGO balls a total of 31-meters at the rate of one ball per second using 17 different methods of transport. Sadly, none of them were teleporting. Or getting batte... / Continue →