A beautiful country. Showcased by this amazing time-lapse video:
September 2012 Archives
How did some creatures become see-through? This animation explains all.
A graphic from New Scientist which shows the way that bicycles are used in London every day.
The moon didn't always look like it does now. Track its evoluton in this animation:
Quite an impressive strike, on the beautiful Kotorska Bay in Montenegro.
Really like this art installation, which simply consists of hundreds of ball bearings on a tilting table.
The great artist is on Youtube. Check out this video from the early part of the 20th century.
A camera on a drill. The result is pretty trippy.
Ok, it's not the greatest rendition of the James Bond theme you've ever heard, but it is played by flying robots, after all!
What's it like, flying a formation jet? It's a little bit like this. Amazing.
What is wau? It's a number, and it's very interesting.
Magic tricks, as explained by a neuroscientist.
Is this real? If so, I want one of those!
A fantastic experiment from the International Space Station. What do you think happens if you place drops of water next to a statically-charged knitting needle?
Do you need cheering up today? Meet the happiest man in Bermuda.
What happens if you take a straight line, ask somebody to trace it, and then repeat the process 500 times? It's a great metaphor for how small (and sometimes large) mutations can change the properties of something over time...
This is evidence (as if any were needed) that all you need for a classic Youtube video is a group of bored scientists.
Take some footage of cooling towers being demolished, add faces, and you've got a highly effective viral for sustainable power.
Werner Herzog really hates chickens...
Personally, I can't do anything creative without coffee - but this guy takes it to the extreme...
This clip shows what happens if a house begins to fill with water...
What to do if somebody's phone interrupts your performance...
Greed will one day get the better of you...
This is definitely worth 3 minutes of your time, a beautiful animation explaining the history of human flight.
Ever wonder what the inside of a nuclear reactor looks like? Well it's a bit fuzzy, but here's a view from inside Fukushima...
This is extraordinary: by pouring concrete into an ant colony, we can see what an incredible structure it is...