Category Archives: Science

Something strange in the sky.

A serious close up of a meteorite burning up in the sky.


Here’s another angle for all you nay sayers.

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Monty Python explain the galaxy.

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Animatronics Showreel 2012

Gustav Hoegen’s Showreel 2012 will amaze you!

I figured that most of these scenes were CGI, it’s nice to see robots are alive and well in film.

Can you name all the movies?

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Felix’s Wold Record Jump

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Felix will make history today.

Red Bull Stratos will launch today. Felix Baumgartner will travel to the edge of space in a balloon, travelling to 120,000 ft / 36,5 km where he will attempt to become the first man to break the speed of sound in freefall. This jump will challenge a record that has been set for over 50 years and also gather valuable medical and scientific data.

Personally I think this is amazingly ballsy, and I commend Red Bull for putting their proverbial cocks on a block. This undertaking is so risky and there is far more that can go wrong than can go right. Imagine the PR nightmare if Felix doesn’t make it and people around the world watch his demise live on YouTube. I wish more brands had the titanium bull balls or Red Bull, we’d see far more interesting campaigns going on out there.

You can watch the launch live here. Enjoy!

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The worlds raddest Dad sends his sons train to space.

On Aug 24th 2012 a little boy’s favourite train got sent to space. “Stanley” was sent with a HD camera and a cellphone so they could recover it using GPS.

I hope you also love this rare, heartfelt YouTube video.

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Do you know how to poo?

Standford University has conducted a study that compares the benifits of sitting on the loo versus squatting. I guess I’ve been doing it wrong…

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Liquid Nitrogen is some powerful stuff!

A science professor demostrates a liquid nitrogen explosion with 1500 ping pong balls.

Skip to 3:50s if you don’t care about all the science stuff.


Mars Curiosity Descent in HD

This video was produced by Bard Canning.

He enhanced the video from NASA, upresing it and colour correcting it, chaging it from its original 4 fps to 30 fps. This video plays real-time at the speed that Curiosity descended to the surface of Mars on August 6, 2012.

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An underwater nuclear test.

From the new HD version of Atomic Filmmakers – Hollywood’s Top Secret Film Studio, here are two nuclear tests called Wahoo and Umbrella, which were documented by Pat Bradley. This is his account of the experience.

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