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Warning: this video is not for the squeamish. The University of California Los Angeles (UCLA) Medical Centre became the first in the world to live-tweet a brain surgery using Vine, Twitter's new video sharing app. To commemorate their 500th deep brain stimulation operation, the hospital recorded incredible footage while 39-year-old Bryan Parker had a pacemaker implanted in his brain to counteract the effects of his Parkinson's disease. During parts of the procedure, Parker was woken up and asked to play his guitar to assist the doctor with placing electrodes in the correct position. Parker lost his ability to play the guitar in 2006, when he developed hand tremors.
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After spending 5-months at the International Space Station, the crew from Expedition 35, Commander Chris Hadfield and Flight Engineers Tom Marshburn and Roman Romanenko, landed safely back on solid ground in southern Kazakhstan Monday night. Russian recovery teams were on hand to help the crew exit the Soyuz vehicle and adjust to gravity after 146 days in space. Hadfield's crew has been praised for inspiring a new generation to gain an interest in space exploration by using YouTube and other forms of social media to get a make kooky and educational videos, photos and tweets that got millions excited about space.
YouTuber diymike wanted to do something very special for his mom in honor of Mother's Day. And no, I'm not talking box of chocolate and a dozen red roses special, I'm talking brand new house special! A cancer survivor, Mike's mom lost her house 5 years ago. Since that day, Mike knew that one day, he would buy her a house to call her own. Better grab the tissues! See what the hosts thought.
As if we needed another reason to love Chris Hadfield... The Internet's favorite astronaut will be heading back down to Earth Monday night, so he had to go out with a bang. To say goodbye, the Canadian created this inspiring music video cover of David Bowie's, "Space Oddity." Thank you Commander Hadfield, for teaching the world and inspiring a generation, you are out of this world!
In 2005, author David Foster Wallace gave a commencement speech to the graduating class of Kenyon College. While the speech did not become widely known until after Wallace's tragic death, his powerful words challenge people from all walks of life to think in a differently light. Just in time for graduation season, The Glossary created this compelling tribute to the speech. According to The Glossary, "We made this video, built around an abridged version of the original audio recording, with the hopes that the core message of the speech could reach a wider audience who might not have otherwise been interested."
According to a YouTube commenter, the amazing voice heard singing Luther Vandross' "Dance With My Father Again" is coming from a Filipino boy named Aldrich Lloyd Talonding. The guitarist is his cousin. The young boy's beautiful voice will give you the goose bumps! See Beth get goose bumps.
Having completed the Boston Marathon in 2012 is impressive. Signing up for the 2013 marathon is more impressive. Doing both of those as a blind person is incredible. Josh Crary was diagnosed with choroideremia, a degenerative retinal condition, as a child and is now completely blind. Despite that, with the help of his parents, he grew up never letting anything get in his way. Shortly after the 2012 marathon, both of his parents passed. Josh decided to run again in 2013 to honor them and the Dana-Farber Cancer Institute where his father was treated.
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Elephants in Kenya are in constant threat of poachers. That's when the David Sheldrick Wildlife Trust comes into action. A baby elephant, named Ajabu, was recently orphaned. The organization came to the rescue and moved the baby to where it can live a safe and peaceful life.
So Relatable was asked to give someone 5 reasons to stay alive. He did that, but he also felt like he should go the extra step and make a video for the world that gave 50 reasons to stay alive!
Take a look at this music video from The Secret State, a Baltimore based fivesome band, three of which served in the military. This music video was shot at Fort Irwin, California, set up like Afghanistan. The video stars active duty soldiers, which is the first ever that the military has granted this type of access and clearance for the project.
Tisha UnArmed doesn't let anything get in her way. She can drive, bathe, use chopsticks, and do a lot more with just her feet. Tisha was born without arms. The one thing she finds difficult thought, cooking. Hey, we can barely cook and we have our arms. Watch the whole video.
Samson Danniels has been a paraplegic for almost 8 years, but that didn't stop him from skiing or becoming an XGames gold medalist. Now, after dreaming of combining sitskiing and paragliding, Samson has achieved sitski speedflying!
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