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IT'S TECH TIME! Well, it's not too techy this time, more tutorialish. NightHawkInLight shows us how to pick a lock using a hairpin. Useful information for those of us who want to become spies, or just happen to lose our keys...
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Located inside the city of Minneapolis, Minnesota is a park, Minnehaha Falls. Once the cold months come around though, the falls freeze and get even more incredible. Minnehaha Falls truly becomes an icy wonderland. But, we haven't quite figured out if the falls themselves or just saying MINI-HA-HA is more fun.
When the temperature drops, Minnehaha Falls freezes over in Minneapolis, Minnesota, forming a spectacular scene. A park inside the city open to the public during summer and closed once frozen. But, that doesn't keep people from frolicking in this winter wonderland.
Discovery Channel's new show Rods N' Wheels isn't just another car restoration show. Because "Da Rod Shop" is a family business in Southern California that specializes in keeping these 50- to 90-year-old cars lookin' good and runnin' smooth. To catch it, tune in to the Discovery Channel January 27th.
These clips highlight what great discoveries can be made under the water of the ocean and lakes.
In our first clip, a group of divers explore the wreckage of the S.S. Thistlegorm in the Red Sea in Egypt. The ship sank in 1941 and was a British transportation ship that was carrying cars and motorcycles to another port when it went down. It has become a popular place to explore for tourists and this group was able to capture the action under the sea.
In video two, a father-son duo of fisherman in Canada got themselves quite the find under their local lake. A 43-inch lake trout was pulled from the water under the ice and is considered a near world record. What a catch! For the original video, click here. This video is courtesy of JukinVideo.
Take an ex-Navy SEAL and drop him in an unknown location where he has to evade capture by a military or law enforcement team for a certain amount of time, sounds like the making of great TV, right? Well, insert Discovery Channel's new show, "Lone Target" starring the man's man Joel Lambert. Each week Lambert will go up against some of the world's elite tracking teams and must "survive" for 48 hours. Here at RightThisMinute, we had a chance to skype with the "lone target" himself.
A rescue simulation in the Netherlands ended with some expensive equipment being lost at sea. After three months at the bottom of the ocean, a GoPro camera washed up on shore and was found by a pair of dogs, who were walking the beach with their owners. The family wrote the Royal Netherlands Sea Rescue Institution and returned the camera to them. In return, officials from the program gave the dogs some yummy treats. It was a win-win-win for the dogs, the rescue organization, and GoPro marketing executives.
Getting into the holiday season, the United States Air Force Band put on a musical flash mob performance at the National Air and Space Museum! Check out the awesomely unexpected concert.
The 50th anniversary of Doctor Who recently passed and these fans made a music video to celebrate. If you're already a "Whovian" and would like a quick recap, or are new to the series but are interested in catching up, watch this clever song that runs through all the previous incarnations of the Doctor!
Being a reporter puts you in a lot of strange places, but a BBC journalist found herself in a fishy situation during a recent story. The reporter was on a fishing vessel when the crew caught a giant monkfish. Luckily for the journalist, the monkfish was unable to play a game of "Got Your Nose" with her.
The International Space Station will be working on Thanksgiving, but that doesn't mean they'll avoid the traditional holiday meal. The crew has all of the favorites including turkey, green beans, and gravy. They were nice enough to wish everyone a happy holiday as well.
The men on the Scott Expedition, a 1,800-mile trip through Antarctica, have finally released footage from their journey. The amazing scenery is combined with low temperatures, heavy walking of up to eight hours a day, and dragging equipment along with the travels.