Ask people to draw Batman with their eyes closed, enjoy the results. (As can be expected, there are a few penis drawings, so may be NSFW.)
Using photos of several generations of women from one family to create a high-res digital model, artist Anthony Cerniello shows us the aging process in one amazing short animated video.
Something in the Peruvian Amazon is making weird, intricate structures that resemble white picket fences surrounding an Isengard-like spire.
No one has any idea who the mysterious craftsbug (fungus? spider?) is, or what the structure is even used for.
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In a little village in Austria...
I had the opportunity to co-produce and direct a YouTube web series with Adam Buck, for Red Bull Media House in 2012 called Winch Sessions. This was by far my favorite episode, and some of my crews best work. Along with amazing imagery, you get to learn how cranberries are harvested.
The fun starts about 3 minutes in. No berries were destroyed while making this.
I got my headphones on like a 70s hifi...
A strong first song by Mounties and an pretty cool VHS-quality video.
By: Bubba | Oct 7th, 2013 (5:11 PM) | Thanks: Colonel Panic
I need to see about 28 more hours of this sort of thing happening. Random screams and people running away while you're walking to your office turn out to be a lot of "gotcha".
A group of University of Pennsylvania researchers who analyzed the Facebook status updates of 75,000 volunteers have found an entirely different way to analyze human personality, according to a new study published in PLOS One. The volunteers completed a common personality questionnaire through a Facebook application and made their Facebook status updates available so that researchers could find linguistic patterns in the language.
By: Bubba | Oct 2nd, 2013 (5:26 PM)
I decided to pay homage to the Grammys and one of my favorite comedic characters.
By: Bubba | Oct 2nd, 2013 (2:29 AM)
R-16 Korea is an annual international b-boy tournament featuring 16 teams competing in a two day tournament. The 2013 event featured some particularly impressive performances from the Morning of Owl crew.
This link is a brief clip from Morning of Owl vs. Slavic United, who appear to have been, I believe they call it, served.
By: Bubba | Oct 1st, 2013 (2:11 PM) | Thanks: pongobongo
This may be the most powerful and moving video you can find on YouTube...
By: Bubba | Oct 1st, 2013 (1:07 PM) | Thanks: craminator
Fazer Frankenbean's son was diagnosed with a meduluoblastoma in 1996. Dr. Jim Olsen discusses his research into brain tumors and cancer in general, including a discussion of how acne medicine is treating meduloblastoma and "tumor paint", a molecule derived from scorpion venom that makes tumors glow.
By: Bubba | Oct 1st, 2013 (11:52 AM) | Thanks: frankenbean
Should you always believe what you see right in front of you? Can you really trust your senses? Has technology made things clearer or has it muddied the waters between reality and fiction? And is anything really as it seems?
Highlights of ILLUSION: NOTHING IS AS IT SEEMS at Science Gallery, Trinity College Dublin, July 2013. This exhibition combines magic with psychology, optical illusions with scientific reasoning, and confusion with clarity. It investigates how perception underpins the way we see, feel, think and understand our world. This exhibition reveals that what our brain perceives is often radically different from what our eyes actually observe.
Hi guys! I have been working on this project for 3 years now and we are about to get signed by a label, but as we are still Indie right now we can share our stuff as much as we want with anybody we want. I would like to share our latest music video with my band Flak N' Birds. Because of some Fazers, I was able to book shows where I had no contacts and it's really cool! This is my way to thank you guys. We are launching this video today and we may lose a bit of control after we get signed. I'll keep in mind that internet must stay a free zone so I'll fight for it :) Thanks again for your dedication with this site! It's always a good place to come and relax and look at some good stuff!
An early tribe deals with a population problem.
Turn down the volume first and then prepare yourself for the greatest Sumo video you'll see today. (PS Turn down the volume first. Way down.)
No sexy nurses or super heroes here! (Not safe for sleep.)
By: Bubba | Sep 29th, 2013 (1:12 PM)
"...(W)hile all their deft, chocolate-fingered swiping might make a future of baby’s first tablet seem inevitable, a project out of UC Davis offers a glimpse of an entirely different type of high-tech educational engagement–one that doesn’t involve youngsters pressing their faces up against screens for hours on end. It’s a sandbox that lets kids mold its contents into miniature mountains, lakes and rivers–and then, with a little high-tech magic, brings that terrain to life before their eyes."
By: Bubba | Sep 27th, 2013 (12:19 AM) | Thanks: FakeWorest
Steve Albini's letter to Nirvana.
Update: Slightly more context.
By: SpunOne | Sep 26th, 2013 (5:01 PM)
Some kids attempt to cover Tool. I was not expecting this to be anywhere near as good as it is.
By: Bubba | Sep 24th, 2013 (1:50 AM)
One band allows us to follow them through the making of a music video on a $5,000 budget.
Wait for it. (Lyrics may be NSFW.)
Quanta must interact via paths we understand using Feyman's Diagrams.
The rules is the rules!
This is Slope Point. It is the southernmost tip on New Zealand's South Island. The airstreams loop the vast circumpolar Southern Ocean unobstructed for 2000 miles and then they smash into land here.
Check out these great pictures of some amazing trees.
By: Bubba | Sep 18th, 2013 (8:11 PM)
So many different subject opportunities on this one. Anyway, POV video from a GoPro strapped to an eagle!
In which John discusses the complicated reasons why the United States spends so much more on health care than any other country in the world, and along the way reveals some surprising information, including that Americans spend more of their tax dollars on public health care than people in Canada, the UK, or Australia. Who's at fault? Insurance companies? Drug companies? Malpractice lawyers? Hospitals? Or is it more complicated than a simple blame game? (Hint: It's that one.)
By: Bubba | Sep 17th, 2013 (6:45 PM)
Tracking the number of Shaq's in college basketball over the years. Now that we're 20 years out from when Shaq entered the league, there's more than ever.
By: SpunOne | Sep 17th, 2013 (4:30 PM)
By: SpunOne | Sep 17th, 2013 (2:08 PM)
Probably the most controversial and rejected position we have at Fix the Family is that parents should not send their daughters to college. It is even more vehemently opposed than the submission of wives to their husbands. Both of these positions we have are a threat to the trophies of the feminist agenda, so the rejection we receive is always emotionally charged and ends up insulting, since once explained logically, the opposition runs out of substance and is only left to hurl insults and presume and misconstrue this practical wisdom into some chauvinistic evil.
By: Bubba | Sep 16th, 2013 (11:34 PM)
We have gathered a great and informative selection of infographical maps that they should’ve shown us at school: every single one of these maps reveals different fun and interesting facts, which can actually help you draw some pretty interesting conclusions.
Some repeats, but also some new ones. Enjoy!
By: Bubba | Sep 16th, 2013 (11:15 PM) | Thanks: FakeWorest
Mom let's her 4 year old finish her drawings.
If anything, this kid could be the next Picasso.