Visual Proof of Snowflakes' Non-Uniqueness
Science ruins everything.... READ ON
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Watch Ultra-Closeup Video of Sweat Glands on Fingertips
Yes, even your fingertips are sweaty.... READ ON
How Long Does It Take to Get to the Bottom of an Excel Spreadsheet?
Thanks to one man's valiant efforts, we now know the answer.... READ ON
This Great Barrier Reef Timelapse is Gorgeously Creepy
When you speed up the movements of coral, it looks a little off.... READ ON
Video: What Pills Look Like When They Dissolve in Your Body
How do those liquid gels come open?... READ ON
NASA Timelapse Shows a Year of Earth As Seen From Space
Over 3000 satellite images were animated together to make the spinning timelapse.... READ ON
Watch Mercury Pass in Front of the Sun in 4K Resolution
Last month's exciting solar event has been immortalized in high-definition video.... READ ON
Watch This Snake Ruin a Timelapse of a Robin's Nest
What was meant to be a hatching video quickly turned into a lunch feed.... READ ON
Watch a Breathtaking Timelapse of Patagonia in 8K Resolution
This beautiful video may be too much for your computer to handle.... READ ON
Koyaanisqatsi Trailer Recreated Using Stock Footage
What was revolutionary in 1983 is now common in stock footage.... READ ON
Watch Beetles Dine on Fish Corpses in This Timelapse
Three weeks of decomposition are shown in less than five minutes.... READ ON
This Video Gets Up Close and Personal With California Wildfires
This documentary preview follows firefighters into the blaze.... READ ON
Watch This Tilt-Shift Video Tour of Miami
"Miami Mice" swoops along highways, hovers over beaches, and shows off the bustling city in meticulous detail.... READ ON
Pretty Pictures
Watch Soothing Footage of Ice Floes on Lake Michigan
A timelapse shot out of a Chicago high-rise captures what happens when large sections of the lake freeze over.... READ ON
How a Makeup Artist Transforms Herself Into a Supervillain
Cosplay at 10,000 times the speed.... READ ON
Fun With Census Data: U.S. Population Movement
Watch the U.S. population move south and west over 220 years (in one minute of video).... READ ON

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