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The Bottle Cap Challenge has been really popular recently. So we thought we’d give it a try and film it with a Phantom High-Speed Camera at 1000 FPS to make it as overly epic as possible!
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Ducklings Base Jumping Following Mother
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Available at Amazon.com https://amzn.to/2WDMAQw This Drinking Bird Toy is a fantastic invention, find out how it works. Its basically a heat engine reaction that almost could be mistaken for a perpetual motion machine. Makes a great desk ornament toy, jus
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Join us this week as we take a look back at forms of transportation. We got cars losing it, planes slicing and dicing, and a boat that pulls an INSANE Indian Jones with a bridge. So let us know your favorite video in the comments below the video.
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I took a boat through 96 million black plastic balls on the Los Angeles reservoir to find out why they're there. The first time I heard about shade balls the claim was they reduce evaporation. But it turns out this isn't the reason they were introduced.
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We're excited to share a full tour & interview with Nick & Terysa, a couple who quit their jobs as a dentist/paramedic and moved onto a sailboat 5 years ago. Once living aboard, it took them a year to prepare for the long-term travel adventure and
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From the time she could walk, Sasha Christian has been riding waves. She discovered her love of wakeboarding at the age of five and has been testing the limits of the sport ever since, earning the title of Singapore’s National Wakeboard Champion fou
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This off-grid micro pod is the tiniest space we've ever stayed in. It's surprisingly functional, and it has a gravity-fed water system, solar power, a propane fridge and cooktop, and a separate bathroom with a wood-fired hot water tank.
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Cats Playing in Water Compilation
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At Lurgashall Watermill at Weald and Downland Museum in West Sussex, flour is still made using traditional methods. When grinding, it turns at about six revolutions per minute. Each complete turn is powered by 200 gallons of water.