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Luis Suarez may use his teeth, but back in the day some soccer players were being attacked with knives. Check out this amusing history lesson by Laughing Historically for more on the origins of the World Cup.
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If you're all about adventure, then this one's for you! The SEFT-1, aka "The Manned Railway Exploration Probe," was built and used by two artists, Ivan Puig and Andrés Padilla Domene, for a year as they explored the towns around abandoned railways throughout Mexico and Ecuador. It was a transportation of stories for an art exhibit being shown in England.
It's a tale of one man's journey through the past, a tale of self-discovery, an ode to the times before our own and how objects can connect us with times, ideas and people from long ago. But on the surface, it's a story of how one man's mom became the owner of a motorcycle with what might be the most hilariously anticlimactic ending ever!
On Feb. 2, 1959, a group of nine college students climbed the Ural Mountains in Russia but never returned. While there are several theories on why the climbers failed to make it up and down the mountain, one of the more polarizing assumptions is that a yeti may have killed them. "Russian Yeti: The Killer Lives" is a new documentary special that aims to prove that theory. It will air on the Discovery Channel on Sunday, June 1 at 9 p.m. EST.
Let's face it, we all love our cup of coffee in the morning. Well, what if you had a chance to sip the ultimate cup of coffee made from the best ingredients from around the world? Taylors' coffee hunter Dom Dwight journeyed around the world curating the best of the best in ingredients for the ultimate coffee. Then he took it to the streets and gave some lucky people a taste.
Upon viewing this video you may be thinking there's nothing special about this ride around a city. However, once you hear it's actually a glimpse inside a North Korean city, something few ever get to see, you'll probably rethink that thought. Aram Pan produced this exlusive video with special permission from the government.
If it's exploration and great adventure you desire, then this new 12-part web series is just for you! "Expedition Overland" follows six people as they battle the great outdoors on their journey through some of the most remote places of North America. At RTM we caught up with Clay Croft, one of the lead expeditioners, via Skype to learn all about the big adventure.
The Gas Monkey Garage guys from Discovery Channel's series "Fast N' Loud" could be considered car finding and restoring experts. In a new two-part episode airing Monday April 21, the guys find what is considered the "holy grail" of car finds. They were able to track down the first and second Pontiac Firebirds ever made. At RTM we had a chance to Skype with the guys, but if you want to see the finished product and what $650,000 worth of cars looks like, you're going to have to tune in.
Who didn't grow up with the dream of "catching 'em all"? Most of us anyway. We all fired up our Game Boys, striving to be a better Pokémon Master than our friends. Well now Google is giving YOU the chance to be the best Pokémaster in the world. It's no secret Google is all about the unique ways to find the best candidates for open positions at the famous Googleplex, but this is unheard of. They've teamed up with Pokémon and Nintendo to create a Pokémon experience in Google Maps. Your phone is your very own Pokéball. At least that's how it is for now, we'll see what happens after the first since Google is known for its annual April Fool's Day shenanigans. Watch the RTM reaction right here!
If you remember, Jenny Dodge lost her phone in New Orleans and a good Samaritan returned it, but not before documenting his journey first. Well, Edward Haik was that man behind the big find and hilarious videos. At RightThisMinute we had a chance to Skype with this cool guy.
Jenny Dodge lost her phone while walking around New Orleans, an emergency situation for all of us. The world probably came to an end for her. That is, until she used an app on a friend's phone to track it to a bar. She found it along with some hilarious videos of the good Samaritan's journey to return it. At RightThisMinute, we had a chance to Skype with the woman who now has her iPhone back. You can watch that cool guy explain those funny videos right here.
We've seen some really cool things shot on a GoPro. Well, Superman with a GoPro is number one in our books. It's simply amazing. This was created by the folks at Corridor Digital who are now seeking donations on their patreon page to see what they can do if they had an actual budget for their films. You can also see how they made this piece of awesomeness right here.