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https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=kC418HiosKI

I haven't heard anything quite like this, and several of the tracks literally had me in tears. A very emotionally evocative album.
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"The older i get, the less i care about what people think of me. therefore the older i get, the more i enjoy life."

"Life is so constructed, that the event does not, cannot, will not, match the expectation."
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You may have seen 'King of Kong'. The next classic video game clash of titans is...

King of... snake?

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=f20SDLMbxwU
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Sammy Davis Jr. shows how it's done.

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ZxJ5vX555eQ
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This was my first introduction to Aphex Twin (Richard James) -Polynomial C. I found this MP3 file on a shared lab computer while working as an operator for computing services as a student in college and immediately fell in love. Then, the same person left Alberto Balsalm later.

At the time, the Internet wasn't quite what it is today, and it took me a while to track down the artist, as the other operator hadn't put any metadata in the MP3 files.

I've been a fan ever since, even if some of the music James creates is a bit out there, even for me.
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Someone lit the fireworks on the shelf in a Walmart.

For no particular reason the video repeats 3 times (perhaps to get beyond a lower limit for length in YouTube?)
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I normally HATE advertising, but this was actually kind of cool:

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=OnBC5bwV5y0
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"Hey, I gotta be me. Don't like it, don't read it." - Schnicky
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Researchers create plastic lined with nano-structures that repels "soapy" materials, allowing every last drop to get out. Demo video at link.

Soap and detergents have a dual nature to their molecules which enable them to remove "oily" materials while also remaining soluable in water. The problem is that the oily ends of their molecules also help to stick such to plastics, which is why it is so difficult to get out that last drop.

What these researchers have done is create an additive to plastics which, when a bottle is formed, will have Y-shaped nano-structures with the single end pointed outward which repels even soapy materials by essentially forming a microscopically thin layer of air on the surface.

"Such a first world problem!", you may think. While there may be only a tiny bit lost in every bottle of shampoo and such, with billions of such bottles being thrown away every year this does add up to many tons of wasted product which first must be cleaned from those bottles if those plastics are to be recycled.
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Sausage Party trailer

1) A lot of people had to be high off their ass to green-light this,
2) Not all animated films are suitable for kids, and
3) WTF did I just see?
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SUPERBAD producers nuff said

NOT a kids show
Aw, he's no fun, he fell right over.

Science is Truth for Life. In FORTRAN tongue the Answer.

...so I'm supposed to find the Shadow King from inside a daiquiri?
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Ok, I get she was aiming for sarcasm, and in that she succeeded. However, her video is bad and she should feel bad. :squint:
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maurvir wrote:


Ok, I get she was aiming for sarcasm, and in that she succeeded. However, her video is bad and she should feel bad. :squint:
Which Color is it?
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obvs wrote:
maurvir wrote:


Ok, I get she was aiming for sarcasm, and in that she succeeded. However, her video is bad and she should feel bad. :squint:
Which Color is it?


Too young, too blonde, too pink

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Patrick Stewart's cowboy classics

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=cK9dlmYvB-Y
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Warning: Hardcore geek porn

Travel along with the Voyager spacecrafts as they traverse the solar system on their planetary expedition spanning over three decades.


https://vimeo.com/171954101
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The Kazakhstan Triangle

Cool documentary featuring skaters traveling around Kazakhstan.
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Game Over by PES

PES recreates 5 classic arcade death sequences in this newly remastered HD version of his stop-motion short "Game Over".
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3D model of Columbia, the command module for Apollo 11.

This article and the video at the link describes the process the Smithsonian used to create the model.

Here is where you can view the model.
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