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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.
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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!
See a much more graphic Teddy Bear Surgery.
Sam and Si from Earth Unplugged filmed Shaolin Warriors performing all sorts of acrobatics and stunts, and then slowed it waaay down. See what you can learn about the human anatomy with this family friendly pole dancing slow mo show.
Not feeling very productive? Just remember that our own bodies are constantly at work, producing all kinds of things! Okay, maybe it's mostly gross stuff, like sweat, urine, and dead skin cells, but it's all stuff we kind of need. Check out this BuzzFeed video that shows just how much stuff your body really makes in a year.
This paralyzed veteran, normally confined to a wheelchair, set out to do a backflip on a mono ski at Aspen Highlands. It took a few tries, but he landed it, and was pretty excited about it too!
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The future is here. Researchers at the University of Pennsylvania have developed a device that will help people with limited mobility in their arms. Titan Arm is a computer-powered upper-body exoskeleton. We expect to see more of these in the future.
Jake Weir survived a brick wall crashing down on him during a demolition gone wrong, but he escaped with more than just a flesh wound. RightThisMinute Skyped with Jake who told us about his experience, and his road to recovery.
A bus driver in Australia is being called a hero. A woman who struggled to get on the bus collapsed shortly after the vehicle began moving. The driver calmly pulled over and began administering aid to her. Noticing she was not breathing, the driver then performed CPR on the woman and successfully revived her.
The victims of an accident on a highway in Norway were in need of medical services. A helicopter flew in to drop off an emergency physician. Despite the weather, difficult terrain, and wind, the pilot was able to perch on the guard rail so that the doctor could exit. Photographer John Øystein Berg happened upon the incredible scene and was able to catch it on camera, just in time. That is impressive piloting!
Young and brave Talia Joy Castellano is currently fighting two types of cancer, but that hasn't stopped her from doing what she loves and fulfilling her dreams. She's a CoverGirl, has a popular YouTube channel, and now a fashion line called "That Bald Chick" with Maison de Urbana. She's truly an inspiration!
Wow. This video is pretty powerful. See what the most popular searches on Google are for mostly every age from 10 to 85 years old. The results are shocking. Google prototyped an anonymous profile of its typical users and came up with this. The results from each query reflect the "fears, inquiries, preoccupations, obsessions and fixations of the human being at a certain age and our evolution through life."
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