Sunday, November 13, 2016

RIP Clippy

A Baby Sea Iguana Trying To Outrun Snakes Is The Most Thrilling/Terrifying Thing You'll Watch Today, This Ridiculously Huge Firework Is Not Messing Around, The Minimalist Wallet You'll Actually Want To Carry, Speed Flying Through The Alps Seems Like A Thrilling Way To Lose A Leg, Why Imaginary Numbers Are Very Real, Don't Let This Guy Near Your Computer With His Homemade USB Computer Killer
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Sunday, November 13, 2016
A Baby Sea Iguana Trying To Outrun Snakes Is The Most Thrilling/Terrifying Thing You'll Watch Today
GOD BLESS 'PLANET EARTH'
A Baby Sea Iguana Trying To Outrun Snakes Is The Most Thrilling/Terrifying Thing You'll Watch Today
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If you're looking for nightmare fuel, the dozens of runner snakes pouring out of a rock outcropping to chase a sea iguana hatchling in this clip from the BBC's "Planet Earth II" should do the trick.
HOT DAMN
This Ridiculously Huge Firework Is Not Messing Around
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Malta apparently loves its fireworks, and they really, really went for it with this 260kg firework. It's spectacular.
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The Minimalist Wallet You'll Actually Want To Carry
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Crabby Gear wallets hold everything you need, but nothing more. Their minimalist designs are crazy small, yet still have room for your cash, cards, keys and even your phone.
CHUTE-ING THE BREEZE
Speed Flying Through The Alps Seems Like A Thrilling Way To Lose A Leg
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So, maybe it's just us, but we had never heard of speed flying until we stumbled across this video. It's pretty much what the footage implies: flying a small, fast fabric wing close to a very steep slope. Something fun to watch but seemingly dumb to participate in.
i SEE WHAT YOU DID THERE
Why Imaginary Numbers Are Very Real
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First off, their name is highly misleading. Let's call 'em "latent" numbers, instead.
RIP CLIPPY
Don't Let This Guy Near Your Computer With His Homemade USB Computer Killer
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Really, Apple is protecting us from people like this guy — with his 300V USB killer — by removing all the USB ports from the new Macbooks.
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Mixing glow stick fluid and ferrofluid to create something wholly alien. Credit: CrazyRussianHacker
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