How the introduction of a single pack of wolves in 1995 changed the very physical geography of Yellowstone National Park. A perfect example of how small changes in the environment have immense impacts.
300 hours of 3D printing + an unknown amount of hours designing / prototyping and today I could finally test drive my home made tank
The opening interviews in Band of Brothers with the real veterans giving their perspective is still one of the most intense/emotional things I've ever seen.
My sister made this thriller trailer video of my cat, I don’t know if any of you would laugh just as I did but I almost died
Landing through the clouds in Indianapolis in am MD88. At one point we were in a clear spot between the two layers.
This might be the BEST WORST performance of the song ‘Africa’... which happens to be the original singer
Wildlife filmmaker Gordon Buchanan sits in a small perspex box and has a close encounter with a Polar Bear.
this is very simple and easy to set up Mouse trap .. but very effective and also humane unlike glue traps .. what do you think about this one ?
How I trained my cats; Amusing & interesting on so many levels; repost but never got the attention it deserves.
This youtuber is funny, educational and makes dumb shit, like a device that creates "Aurora Borealis" in his Kitchen.
This song made from clips of Bob Ross' show The Joy of Painting is one of the most emotional things I've heard on the internet
Then & Now | one of the most underrated philosophically educational YouTube channels discusses short term thinking in modern society| One of the most eye opening videos I have seen in a long time
Producers on a Game Show, accidentally provide a whole shot of "Mad Dog 357" as a forfeit. The sauce is 140 times hotter than normal hot sauce.
Gary Clark Jr.: Pearl Cadillac (Live) - SNL. Beautiful performance and a guitar tone that is just so good.
people who often talk about nuking randomg nation needs to see how much suffering it can do for human beings
With Quincy Jones's touch, James Ingram performs two songs on The Tonight Show in 1990, demonstrating exactly what the opposite of auto-tune looks and sounds like.