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It's after the apocalypse and Earth is in shambles. Aside from a few pockets of resistant humans, everyone is flipping dead, the world overrun by flesh-craving zombies. The zombies don't just run, however, they can parkour. Hardcore.
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It's amazing what people can accomplish when they work together. A car accident in Albuquerque, New Mexico, left an eight-year-old child trapped under an overturned SUV. The responding officer flagged down as many people as he could to rescue the girl. Four people were able to lift the vehicle just enough to be able to pull her out. She is expected to make a full recovery.
This incredible new technology comes from scientists in Japan. The researchers developed technology that is able to measure a person's pulse by just using a video camera. Through software, the camera is able to pick up your facial through facial recognition in real time.
It's Tech Time, and a sheep in China received a metal assistive device for it's heart! The metal heart has kept the sheep alive for over sixty days, and the technology will hopefully bridge the gap between humans needing and receiving a heart transplant. Also, "Smell-O-Vision" has finally arrived for the iPhone with Japan's iSmell. Joke's on you Google Nose!
Here are your cards - oh, don't look at them yet! Don't worry, you'll pick up all the intricate rules and by-rules of the most complicated board game ever in no time. It's fun to try new things, right? Well, as long as you're not the last one to sit down. That's gonna cost you. Via Rhett and Link.
Mike's mom is a cancer survivor, who lost her house five years ago due to the recession and medical bills stacking up. The day that Mike found out was the day his mom picked him up from college and brought him "home" to a place he did not recognize. It was also the day he decide he would buy his mom a house to call her own again, and this Mother's Day, he did.
This baby gorilla is not only ridiculously cute, but also making a remarkable recovery. While living at the Lincoln Park Zoo in Chicago, the infant was severely injured in the face by most likely another gorilla. After an intense surgery and under 24-hour care, the infant is showing signs of recovery.
Ladies, unless you're a fembot, you should be able to relate to this video that depicts what we women see during our dreaded gynecology check-ups. Allow College Humor to provide a woman's point of view during the entirety of your doctor's visit. So we admit this might be a tad exaggerated...but only a tad. WARNING: The surprise ending is graphic but results definitely vary in that respect.
Eric Raymond Lim's sister, Tanya, committed suicide last June. She left him money to make a film so he decided to "bring creation from destruction." Check out this emotional short called "The Forge" that aims to provide a strong anti-suicide message. The short includes a storyline of a man battling his inner demons in order to make it through life's tough moments. The video also includes snippets of home video footage showing Eric and his sister when they were kids. Show it to anyone you care about who you feel may be having suicidal thoughts. For more information, visit the American Foundation of Suicide Prevention.
Zach Sobiech is 17 years old and diagnosed with a rare form of bone cancer called osteosarcoma. He has only weeks to live. As a way to say goodbye, Zach wrote a song called "Clouds" that has gotten over 2 million views on YouTube. Soul Pancake asked a few of their celebrity friends to join in spreading Zach's optimistic message to increase support for finding a cure for osteosarcoma. Check out Bryan Cranston, Rainn Wilson, Ed Helms, Ashley Tisdale, Rachel Bilson, Jason Mraz and lots more celebrities sing Zach's song back to him in this incredibly moving music video.
The future is indeed here. Scientists at Harvard University have successfully created a robotic insect. About the half the size of a paper clip, the winged robot could prove to be beneficial for search and rescue missions and even pollination efforts. Then, if you need helping waking up, try shredding some money.
Tara Logsdon, an artist in Phoenix, Arizona, adopts old teddy bears from thrift shops and second hand stores, washes them, then gives them a unique makeover. Even teddy bears deserve a second chance to love and be loved!
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