Post a video, entertain me!

NSFW - lots of language.

The money quote is right at the end: "Hydrogen: Tiny, but boss as f*ck!"

This must already be on here somewhere

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=hNz1C...

This was somehow cheery and uplifting.
I doubt I would have had the same result.

I can not tell you how much I laughed watching this.

I am not sure I get what is so amazing about that tower. Maybe I had a decent enough science education that something like that doesn't blow my mind.

I don't think you have to be a Cowboys fan to appreciate the cheerleaders. My buddy took this video when he went to a game recently.

MeatMan wrote:

What happens when you hit the wall vid

OK, now I know I'm a horrible person for expecting (wanting) to see the driver endo over the screen...

And now for something completely different.

OG_slinger wrote:

OK, now I know I'm a horrible person for expecting (wanting) to see the driver endo over the screen...

Not exactly - but old video of a motion platform crash:

OG_slinger wrote:
MeatMan wrote:

What happens when you hit the wall vid

OK, now I know I'm a horrible person for expecting (wanting) to see the driver endo over the screen...

And now for something completely different.

Arrrr

Thank you for posting that. It's good to know horse racing takes itself so seriously.

OG_slinger wrote:
MeatMan wrote:

What happens when you hit the wall vid

OK, now I know I'm a horrible person for expecting (wanting) to see the driver endo over the screen...

And now for something completely different.

I'd never realized how much racing horse names sounded like forum user names.

ARRRRRRR GH! That was great.

Ooooooo!

Close your Facebook account

Dude, the reporter's last line made me spit-take on my monitor.

I am glad someone else noticed how similar these looked:

DaScorpion wrote:

I don't think you have to be a Cowboys fan to appreciate the cheerleaders. My buddy took this video when he went to a game recently.

Hell, you don't have to be a football fan to appreciate the cheerleaders.

Venetian Snares! A great Winnipeg artist!

This video is several months old, so it may be old news to some, but I just stumbled on it tonight and it made me laugh:

Perpetual Motion attained?

Only thing I can see that prevents it is magnetic degradation over a long, long time.

Well it's not a perpetual motion machine, since the magnets will become weaker over time. And free energy for everyone? Not unless that ball starts speeding up. Right now there's just enough energy in the system to keep the ball moving at a constant* velocity. Start taking energy out of the system to power other devices, and that ball is going to slow down. It's a clever device, and a very efficient machine, but the claims in that video are pretty overblown.

*More likely, the ball is actually decelerating but so slowly that it was not noticeable over the observation period.

Eldon_of_Azure wrote:

Perpetual Motion attained?

No. Even without following the link or watching the video: no.

I gave it the benefit of the doubt. Ugh. That's almost intentionally misleading, especially with all the sensationalist crap and the "science" with the physics guy. Is this how science is viewed in pop culture?