Much like the wind map posted previously.
These frozen bubbles under Alberta's Lake Abraham might look like winter jewels, but you wouldn't want to be too close to one if it popped: the bubbles are actually frozen pockets of methane, a highly flammable gas. Most of the time, methane escaping from the surface of water is relatively harmless -- but if you happen to be lighting a match at the time one of these bubbles explodes, watch out.
Saved by his friends after being knocked unconscious during a collision with another diver.
Definitely impressed with their ability to do the wave, but what's up with the 7th graders playing The Final Countdown?
4 million songs on Spotify have never been played. Not even once. Let's change that.
Because who doesn't want to go sledding at 30MPH after a few drinks?
Sure, it's a commercial, but who cares? I want a drone to start taking video of everything.
On May 17, 2013 I was dropped off in Campo, California at the US/Mexico Border. Four and a half months later I was in Manning Park, British Columbia having walked the 2,600 mile Pacific Crest Trail (PCT) across California, Oregon, and Washington to do get there.
I have no idea WTF RHCP are doing here. I feel like I just listened to the entire 90's. Is that weird?
Here's your chance to reminisce without digging through a cardboard box for the important bits. Appears to only work with Google Chrome.
Pick your targets carefully. I could watch this all day.
A pile of kittens run for cover.
Video of the illusion of a rotating head in action.
A friend passing through on his way to Florida got stranded and ended up spending the night in a shelter.
Creating a model of Middle Earth using the 3D terrain program Outerra.