If there's ever a place that makes us feel religious, it's at the so-called "Mouth of Hell" at the Masaya Volcano in Nicaragua. This massive 1,500° Fahrenheit lake of molten rock as deep as the Empire State Building is high is a huge threat to the millions of Nicaraguans.
In a race against an unpredictable natural disaster, Sam Cossman and an international team of researchers stage the world's first dangerous zip-line descent onto level zero (literally the lava's bubbling edge). Here, they plant a sophisticated network of 80 sensors to gather data and give scientists early eruption warnings.
Aspiring body artist Lisha Simpson has recently been doing creative experiments with her arm and posting them on Instagram. Her style not only relies on painting her arm, but also the lighting she uses to take the video. Her skeleton hand piece looks like an X-ray upon first glance, and her bionic arm creation looks like something straight out of an Isaac Asimov novel. View Now
These high-tech sunglasses are making it easy to capture special moments on film without having to lug a big camera around. Orbi is innovative eyewear that combines a 360° camera with sunglasses. We could imagine capturing all kinds of fun moments using this waterproof, hands-free technology — all while looking super stylish. View Now
Flying cars may no longer be a far-fetched idea of the future if Dutch aircraft manufacturer Pal-V has anything to say about it! Always prevalent in futuristic movies and TV shows, a car with wings may actually soon be a possibility.
There it is! The World's First Flying Car Production Model. Unveiled at the Geneva International Motor Show, the PAL-V Liberty. After many years of research we solved the puzzle that has been pursued for the last 100 years, the flying car. pic.twitter.com/bkZKXppdYK
— PAL-V (@PALV_flyingcar) March 8, 2018
Recently unveiled at the Geneva International Motor Show 2018, the aircraft can fit a passenger and pilot, has a 200-horsepower engine and can reach speeds over 110 mph.
The hybrid car-airplane has already been certified to operate under the US Federal Aviation Administration and the European Aviation Safety Agency and meets road safety requirements, according to High Snobiety. You'll have to wait awhile for your chance to fly in it unless you happen to have some cash laying around. If so, head to the website and save us a seat!
Love was in the air while Sarah and DJ were taking a helicopter ride over the Grand Canyon. They stopped at a scenic spot to enjoy the view, and DJ surprised Sarah by proposing!
Over in Montana, there was another romantic proposal. Stephanie and Matt were filming a commercial... or so she thought! It turns out, it was actually a creative way for Matt to pop the question. How sweet!
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Thoraya Maronesy is at Harvard University asking strangers to call their crushes, and love is definitely in the air. Being honest with someone about the way you feel can be nerve-wracking, but you'll never know what could be if you don't try. These courageous students are taking the first step by picking up the phone.
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Ah, the duct tapped banana. Thanks to artist Maurizio Cattelan, we've seen these two items become one at Art Basel Miami, on the internet, and now at Burgers' Zoo! These chimpanzees aren't letting a little tape get in the way of a delicious snack.
Next up, a group of strangers came together to rescue this iguana after they spotted it on a busy highway. It was a team effort to get it off the road safely, but they were able to pull it off in the end. Well done, folks!
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Firefighters in China are rescuing a dog from a rooftop, but it seems like the pooch is pretty content up there. They manage to safely retrieve the dog, who then runs back to its humans without so much as a 'thank you' lick.
Speaking of pups, Holly and Harry are in love. The adorable pair have been neighbors for years and enjoy fun activities together with their humans. In this sweet clip, Harry shows up to Holly's house to give her a special present. Come on, does it get any cuter? View Now
In Mexico, a tourist decided to feed some wild animals called coatimundis. She quickly learned that wasn't the best idea, though...
Over in Florida, Albert Killian handled one dangerous snake after another in this Wild Charles video. It's a good thing he has a lot of experience with animals!
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If there's anything you've ever wondered about Jack Black or Awkwafina, before you hit up Google you should check out the auto-complete interview they did for Wired. The stars of the new movie "Jumanji: The Next Level" hilariously answered the web's most searched questions about themselves. View Now
Not many artists get to do Lady Gaga's makeup, but NikkieTutorials recently had the opportunity to do just that. While Nikkie did the pop star's makeup, the two talented women also had a chance to chat.
Superstar Taylor Swift is turning 30 soon, so she's taking a moment to reflect on what she's learned in her 20s. From life lessons to British slang, Taylor has clearly gained lots of experience throughout the last 10 years.
Professional eater Randy Santel is taking on traditional Filipino food with this Pork Belly Lechon challenge. It's Randy vs. an enormous plate of pork belly, fried fish, rice, and more — all in under thirty minutes. Can he add another overall win to his list? View Now
The guys at Yes Theory like to live by the motto "seek discomfort," and they're definitely doing that in this video. This time, the courageous group is challenging themselves to survive out on the open waters for 24 hours in a life raft. Things are getting pretty crowded, cold, and interesting — but like always, the Yes Theory crew perseveres. View Now
In this video, the guys from Team Edge are attempting the Disneyland scavenger hunt challenge. They have three hours to complete a list of tasks around the park, and whoever has the most challenges checked off at the end wins. Between Joey, Bryan, and Bobby, the competition is fierce — so, who will leave the park victorious? View Now
This one is not for the faint-hearted! For most people, the idea of having a botfly, or any critter for that matter, growing inside their back is a nightmare. However, entomologist (a scientist who studies insects) Phil Torres wears his larva as a sort of badge of honor, representing the years of work he has done in the Amazon. If you dare, click here for the full uncensored video! View Now
Being clumsy isn't so bad...as long as there's no one around to see your clumsiness. Unfortunately for Miranda, all her coworkers were there to see (and film) her drop a 22-quart bucket of ranch dressing, drenching her from head to toe. Hey, at least it was just her coworkers who saw it happen, right? Right?? ...Nah, the video was posted to Twitter and has since racked up millions of views. View Now
A retired electrician named Stephen Mckears could not figure out how objects scattered on his tool shed's work table ended up in an old ice cream tub each night. He noticed that plastic clips, nuts, bolts, screws and other objects would be neatly stacked away each night. After a month of the strange activity, Mckears and his neighbor Rodney Holbrook set up a camera to get to the bottom of the crazy mystery. Word on the street is that the mouse has updated his resume and his looking for a full-time job on a cleaning crew. View Now