This video shows an incredible, new birthing method that gives another option for expectant mothers wanting a more natural process. It's called a natural caesarean section. In the birth, the baby's head is guided out of the womb. Once the shoulders are released, the newborn can slowly "walk" itself out. The best part of this unique option, the mother can actually watch the entire process and immediately hold the baby when it's over. View Now
People have been dining with the same utensils for hundreds of years. Odds are, you're eating with the same basic plates, glasses, forks and knives as your parents, grandparents, and great-grandparents.
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Building a home isn't always the fastest process, but new technology is hoping to change that. Fastbrick Robotics came up with a giant robot that can lay bricks with laser precision. The Australian company claims that in just two days, this machine can build all of the walls needed for a standard home. The machine's speed and accuracy are crazy to watch. View Now
We've all had that disgusting moment when a gel-cap pill accidentally burst in our mouths. Yuck! It's one of the hardest tastes to wash out!
Turns out these prescription pills look a lot better than they taste when you put them under a macro lens. When we first saw this video from the awesome minds at Macro Room, we thought we were looking at some beautiful kind of abstract art. We weren't too far away from the truth!
We all know catchy sayings like "Leaves Of Three, Let Them Be" that warn us away from Poison Ivy and other hazards but we should really come up with something about sketchy ATMs with wobbly parts.
We call dibs on "If It's Loose, Vamoose!"
Even though he probably didn't have such a cool limerick in mind, Eli Maguire's Aussie skepticism saved him an embarrassing credit card statement and perhaps quite a load of money during this ATM visit.
If someone asked you to explain the internet or wifi would you be able to give a clear answer? These kids from Canada were asked to explain the internet and wifi. Some of their answers were pretty imaginative while others were slightly scientific. View Now
The need for speed and flight is in the blood of any pilot. Heck, we've already got a patron superhero for these guys—Iron Man!
The truth is, you're settling for second-best to any plane because XDubai has developed a working jetwing that'll leave you carving up the clouds in jaw-dropping stunts with the likes of jetmenYves Rossy and Vince Reffet.View Now
Reduce, reuse, recycle and Renegade. A Kickstarter campaign is trying to make your pens greener. Renegade is the first 3D pen to run on recycled plastics. This is so neat, all the pen needs to create 3D models is an old plastic bag or bottle. It's truly turning your trash into 3D treasures. View Now
Some Nigerian doctors claimed 19-year-old Rahma Haruna was cursed when her limbs stopped developing as an infant. But almost two decades and a small fortune in research later, we love how Rahma and her caring family are so happy. Although she spends most of her day in the small bucket, her wheelchair allows her to get around in her village. Rahma lives a positive and fulfilling life and shows an inspiring knack for business entrepreneurship.
It's safe to say we're ABSOLUTELY #teamrahma.
Broken windshield wipers during a violent downpour can make a driver's life miserable.
When this Indian bus driver in a pickle looked around he didn't see a problem, just LOTS of string and strong arms! This hilarious windshield wiper DIY hack is probably something we would not have thought of but we've gotta applaud the ingenuity of this driver and the good humor of the new official windshield wiper-man. He seems to be enjoying his new role and we HOPE he got a free ride for his trouble.
As if that viral Pokémon app hasn't already gotten enough love, it's now bringing together families! This tech-savvy 80-year-old grannie in New Jersey just downloaded the app on vacation with her grandkids. Now, the ENTIRE van's flicking pokéballs, pokéstops and trying to catch them all as the delighted driver records this heartwarming family moment.
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Just when scientists start to think they understand the planet, bizarre, unexplainable events "pop up" to humble them... sometimes literally! These "bubbles" on the Siberian tundra are formed when melting permafrost releases massive amounts of CO2 and methane. Scientists are alarmed because, as its name leads us to believe, permafrost NEVER normally melts.
We're treated to an unusual "twist" on a common sight when a swirling dust devil hits a field of freshly cut hay in the UK. View Now
Let's be honest, the only time we appreciate traffic lights is when we see green. Thanks to a groundbreaking top-to-bottom redesign of traffic systems in the Dutch town of 's-Hertogenbosch, it might be ALL you see. Using complex algorithms and weight sensors on every street, traffic signals can now track literally every vehicle on the road and adjust to accommodate the EXACT flows of traffic. View Now
People are going to great lengths to catch Pokemon while playing Pokemon Go. The pranksters from the TGFbro YouTube channel went around a neighborhood knocking on the doors of strangers to catch Pokemon. The poor people seemed bewildered and threatened by the strangers soliciting in their homes. View Now
A six-foot walking robot and an entourage of scientists is probably the LAST thing you'd expect to see on your daily walk. And it's not even science fiction!
The Massachusetts woman and her pet pooch who shot this grainy footage witnessed the latest real-life field test of Google-owned Boston Dynamics's Agile Anthropomorphic Robot, or, the Atlas. Until now this human-like robot has been quarantined to a safe (for the robot), easy-to-control laboratory environment.
Anyone who appreciates expensive kitchen gear will wince when they see what happens to these measuring cups. The Slo Mo Guys Gav and Dan decided to ignore the warning labels on these Pyrex glass measuring cups in the name of science. They wanted to simulate heating the glass measuring cups on a stovetop and then adding cold water to demonstrate the effects of thermal shock. View Now
The ton of bricks versus a ton of feathers problem is a blast from the past for all of us whose third-grade teachers assigned this problem back in grade school. It's a simple application of Newtonian physics with sneaky wording that tripped us up as kids, and still (apparently) does to some of us now!
Serial prankster and boyfriend Brad Holmes is up to it again when he drills poor Jen with this trick question. To be absolutely fair to confused Jen, her reasoning is otherwise pretty solid! View Now
Drones can capture beautiful footage, but they can also easily crash for both technical and environmental reasons. This drone pilot recorded video of a tower in Detroit. Suddenly, the drone lost remote control signal, flew right into the tower, and then crashed into the ground below. View Now
Out with the old and in with the new!
Instead of spinning silly donuts barefoot on our gas-guzzling motorbikes like this first daring shirtless guy, your epic future could be soaring above traffic (and giving free haircuts) on the Scorpion hoverbike! Russian startup HoverSurf just publically tested this dazzling motorbike-drone mix and our anticipation is soaring. View Now
Our hearts and minds go out to Noah and all others marginalized because of their smartphone use.
If and when your loved ones feel they're being replaced by Pikachu and Pinterest, it can be a very scary time for them. In reaction, they'll probably stage a hilarious "family meeting" pretty similar to this comedic spoof from JustAnotherProductionProductions.
There's a special connection between humans and their machines. For some, it's their antique hot rod, others, a tractor, but for many in the French Navy, the Super Étendard strike fighter jet is their BFF.
But now, the Étendard is retiring after more than 40 years as a Navy workhorse and the generations of French military who flew and fixed her are saying goodbye in a moving tribute you can't miss.View Now
The Visit Faroe Islands YouTube channel wanted to share the majestic landscape of the islands online but they are not featured on Google Street View. They wanted people to get a similar experience so they placed a solar powered 360-degrees camera on a sheep. The sheep explored the island and captured this amazing virtual experience of walking around the islands. View Now
You probably have known someone whose life has been tragically changed in a burrito-related accident. Protect YOUR loved ones and be part of the change with this groundbreaking, doctor-approved burrito koozie from our favorite restaurant-rating app Yelp!
Just kidding! This entire hilarious infomercial parody is actually a part of a promotion drive for Yelp's new food delivery service EAT24. The first question on all of our minds is... where do we get OUR burrito koozie? View Now