What happens when Orbeez water beads are dropped onto an extremely hot pan? The YouTube channel CrazyRussianHacker tested out that experiment. He heated up a nonstick pan to roughly 600° Fahrenheit before pouring the beads onto the pan. Once the Orbeez hit the heat the beads started to jump around nonstop, sounding like rattling marbles. View Now
Some dogs are afraid of the water, but not this little doggy. Titti the Jack Russell and her owner Carmelo Abela are a familiar sight in Malta at the natural swimming pool St. Peter's Pool and are well known for their synchronized diving. Now that's talent. View Now
Even though time is money, sometimes you lose a lot more money if your "time-efficient" plan turns into an expensive mistake. Take this Russian freighter overloaded with thousands of tons of massive pipes on the rough seas. A couple heavy waves and these flimsy wire restraints pop like they were string! Now, a fortune in concrete pipes is sitting at the bottom of the arctic! View Now
It's a familiar location for daredevils, but 26-year-old Eirik Ulltang's jump qualifies as one of the most challenging. After two years of preparation, Eirik jumped across the peaks of Svolvaergeita in Norway on his bike. His team says this is the first time anyone has jumped with a bike on this mountain and we're not surprised. Eirik is a trial cyclist and had to climb 1,000 feet up the mountain with his bike on his back. Then, Eirik had to wait at the top until he was fully prepared to make the jump. View Now
WARNING: These Instagram videos will inspire you to hit the gym — tomorrow.
Swedish CrossFit athlete Anna Gardsmo is incredibly strong and this video is all of the proof you need. She did a pistol squat holding a heavy barbell above her head. Our legs and arms are burning just watching this.
Meantime, Samantha Sendel is showing her athletic abilities outside of the gym. She was at an amusement park in Ontario, Canada, when she did a back in double full out pike off a waterfall. Not surprising, this impressive acrobat even stuck the landing. View Now
This scary moment in China had a surprising ending. A corpse-like body was floating in the middle of a river and would not respond to anyone. A firefighter then went into the river to retrieve the unresponsive, floating man by pulling him in by hand. That's when the body came alive. Turns out the guy was just taking a nap in the middle of the river and even went back to sleep after the whole situation was over.
If you've ever slept on a boat or raft in the water, then you wouldn't blame him for choosing such a bizarre sleeping spot. View Now
The Ocoee River in Tennessee never fails to produce the best rafting videos. This guy was going down the river in his lime green hydro kayak and got stuck in some rapids. You can tell he was taking on a lot of water when a raft started heading straight toward him. The guy flipped upside down to protect himself.
Meantime, this other water fail involves wakeboarding. Blake was at Wakeboard Island in Parker, Arizona. He was set to jump off the dock and begin his ride, but it looks like his timing was slightly off. Instead of landing on his feet, Blake face-planted into the water. View Now
This isn't the first time we've seen captains lose their boats, but this runaway motorboat chase on Lake Zurich is certainly the most cinematic! It all starts when a tipsy captain (confirmed through breathalyzer) tumbles from his speedboat—now stuck in a sharp left turn. Swiss police patrol boats have a hard time keeping up with the smaller, swifter craft, so one daring officer attempts an epic stunt worthy of a Jason Bourne movie.
If you are looking to revive your old toothbrush, it's actually easier to do than you might think. To save your toothbrush's bent bristles, pour some boiling hot water in a bowl and swirl around the brush. MAD Science Hacks says that easy cleaning will perfectly straighten out those old brushes. View Now
That's one way to test if something is waterproof! The Samsung Galaxy Note 7 is supposed to have a new design that keeps out water. The Wall Street Journal's Joanna Stern decided to test out the phone underwater, because why not? See if it passes the test.
Besides the fact that it's wet, dirty and gets everywhere, most of us would stay away from DIY beach parking lots because of a little weather pattern called "tides". A forgotten parking brake was actuallyto blame for this odd ocean Mercedes rescue on the Black Sea "Russian Riviera", but we're sure its driver was still face-palming all the same when he realized his car would never be the same. View Now
A Hot Wheels car might be the fastest way to road trip from California to Colorado. From the cruising down the street to diving underwater, this Hot Wheels road trip is what every kid would want to build. A GoPro is strapped on top of the car as it makes its way through eight different sections on 200 feet of track. Special teleporting tunnels are placed at the end of each section to travel quickly through the epic locations. View Now
Though you might've been teased for being "clumsy" as a kid, viral social media icon Paige Ginn's actually made a sport of this epic tumbling. These are no ordinary falls, though—each wipeout's a piece of messy, lucrative, masochistic art that have together taken the internet by storm. Best of all, each messy crash is so realistic people can't stop commenting and sharing with their friends!
We salute you, Paige!
It's our worst nightmare, a great white shark is circling in a swimming pool. So, it's not really "real" but it looks scary. This VFXLAB animatronic great white shark was being tested in a hotel pool in San Bernardino, California. The great shark was created by visual-effects artist Bob Wasson. The "Jaws" can move around using a Seabob watercraft that is piloted by a scuba diver. View Now
Call the fire department right "meow" to save this cat — or just call the Cat Rescue Guy. This is the second time Randall Kolb saved this cat, but maybe Hippy the cat just enjoys the view from above. Randall climbs up the tree in Covington, Louisiana and gets Hippy to walk into his cat carrier. View Now
Even when you go sightseeing at "special sites", there's no guarantee any ocean friends will actually show up. But if they do, everyone's hoping for a jaw-dropping friendly seal pup and whale meet-and-greets like these kayakers on Wildcoast Adventures and Kelp Reef Adventures tours in British Columbia. View Now
What's wrong with "hanging loose" while you're pregnant? In this video, Kolby Fahlsing is 40 weeks pregnant. Like any woman nearing the end of a pregnancy, she felt uncomfortable. Of course, headaches, nausea, heartburn, and leg pain didn't help. View Now
We all knew "the look" or that dangerous tone of voice mom would use in public that subtly told us we were in big trouble when we got home. Well, there's nothing subtle about this terrified mom riding behind her son on a high-speed jetski run. We're guessing anyone on shore could hear her hilarious pleading to slow down! (SPOILER: he doesn't.) View Now
Even though fishing enthusiasts and commercial fishers cast their deep-sea lines for marlin, tuna and shark, their actual body count can be much higher than anything they eat or even hook. Every catch that "gets away" or tangled line that's cut ends up floating in the vast sea until it perhaps wraps around a sea creature like this nearly strangled sea turtle that a good samaritan research team in Costa Rica stumbles upon just in time.View Now
A woman and her small dog are lucky to be alive after almost drowning in a car during the extreme flooding in Baton Rouge, Louisiana. The rain that has come down over the last several days is considered a 1,000-year-event, and more than 20,000 residents have been rescued. View Now
Whitewater rafting in Japan is unlike any rafting trip you've seen. Actually, you probably have seen it but in a history textbook. These rafts have 600 years of history in Japan. Loggers practiced this type of rafting in the pre-industrial era, and now you can sign up to go on these trips too. View Now
You know "The Rock" as the inescapable prison island in the San Francisco Bay. Though Alcatraz was the last place any of its 300+ permanent residents wanted to be, this famously isolated island is still a tourist magnet. But even if you spring for a pricey deluxe tour of the island, you'll never get a bird's-eye view as epic as this drone-captured 360° VR-compatible video! View Now
Enjoying the hot weather, this group decided to build the ultimate water slide. You can tell they are having a ton of fun when suddenly an animal jumps into their slide. The people crash into the pooch and send it soaring into the water. Don't worry, the dog was completely fine and even wanted to go on the slide again.
Although the dog stuck the landing, this cliff jumper was not so graceful. His back flip turned into a smashing fail. You can see his back slapped flat against the water. We're sure he's going to feel that fail for awhile.
Let's go deep sea exploring again with the team at EVNautilus. This time, they encountered a googly-eyed stubby squid or Cuttlefish. It sounds adorable, right? Well, it kind of is — in an odd, alien way. Even so, this looks unreal and the Nautilus Live team was just begging the purple creature to move around for the camera. View Now