Blake Grigsby uses a megaphone to say nice things to strangers on the street while he is driving past in his car.
This paperclip can be bent into any shape but it goes right back to its original shape when dropped in hot water. This is actually because it is made out of Nitinol, which is a memory metal.
French artist Bernard Prasthat is the man responsible for this amazing portrait on display at the the Palais Ideal du Facteur Cheval in Hauterives. It is made entirely from rubbish that is placed very systematically.
Using his log forwarder tractor, this Wisconsin lumberjack pulled a milk can off of this black bear’s head.
This point of view footage shows the first ride down the Verruckt Water-slide at Schlitterbahn by water-park designer Jeff Henry and ride engineer John Schooley.
Rufus the hawk has been in charge of keeping pigeons at bay since 2000 at the Wimbledon Tennis tournament in London, England.
OK Go's latest music video 'The Writing's On The Wall' is insane, as usual. It took them three weeks of hard work and over 50 attempts to get it right!
Some of their most appreciated works in case you want to see more:
This one was caught on film in Japan and it vanished just as fast as it appeared. Must be tempting to go stand in it.
Sodium is a soft, silver-white metal highly reactive to water.
SKip to 0:45 to see directly the reaction.
Dutch bodybuilder Olivier Ritchers, 2.18m, accepted to help a makeup artist friend by getting disguised as an Uruk-Hai orc from Lord of The Rings.
This beautiful Swiss music box from early 19th century is a wonderful piece of mechanics that still works perfectly despite the years.
Third chapter about Eric the homeless man who was given a winning lottery ticket and even a home for a year by youtuber MagicOfRahat.