Science/Tech

Molten Copper Destroys Rubik's Cube

Molten Copper Destroys Rubik's Cube

If you have ever been frustrated while trying to solve a Rubik's Cube you will find this video satisfying. The team from the Tito4re YouTube channel poured 1,984°F molten copper on a Rubik's Cube. It erupted in flames and sent black smoke into the air before he doused it in water to put out the fire. All that was left was globes of colorful plastic and scorches cube remnants.  View Now
This Teenage Amputee Dancing Queen Is Back On Her Toes

This Teenage Amputee Dancing Queen Is Back On Her Toes

Who says you need two legs to dance? For most aspiring ballet stars, surviving cancer and amputation at age nine means you're looking for a new dream. Not for Gabi Shull. Through a painful-looking surgery where her ankle became her knee and her foot rotated 180 degrees to attach a functioning prosthetic leg, Gabi reignited her dreams of competitive ballet dancing. View Now
You Can Start Your Own Ice Age With This Cool Superhero Gadget

You Can Start Your Own Ice Age With This Cool Superhero Gadget

Everyone knows ice has always been one of the coolest superpowers or abilities, whether it's in the hands of ridiculously corny Mr. Freeze (Batman & Robin, 1997), the White Walkers in the Game of Thrones universe, or Ice Man in X-Men. For years, the closest most of us ever got to these god-like powers was making popsicles in the freezer. NO LONGER. Now it's REAL, thanks to YouTube tech genius and tinkerer Colin Furze. View Now
Co-Pilot Climbs Out Of Cockpit Onto Wing, What Happens Next Will Shock You

Co-Pilot Climbs Out Of Cockpit Onto Wing, What Happens Next Will Shock You

The scene in the movie Titanic where Leonardo DiCaprio's character Jack shouts that he is king of the world is iconic. You will probably have flashbacks of that when you see this video. The pilot and co-pilot were flying in this beautiful red airplane when the co-pilot got out of the cockpit and climbed onto the wing. And if that wasn't daring enough, the pilot started doing some extreme flips and dips in a beautiful display of aerobatics.  View Now
How To Build: A Jetpack

How To Build: A Jetpack

If you have a curious mind you might have once wondered how something like a jetpack is made and how it works. The Science Channel has a new show called How To Build Everything that is perfect for aspiring inventors minds. Comedian and former mechanic Alonzo Bodden joined the RightThisMinute hosts for an interview via Skype about the new show. How To Build Everything premieres Wednesday, June 22nd at 10pm ET on the Science Channel.  View Now
What to Expect: Introducing a Baby Droid to Your Older Droid

What to Expect: Introducing a Baby Droid to Your Older Droid

Bringing home a pet can be a stressful time when you already have pets and especially if your pets are droids. This family had the task of introducing their new droid BB-8 to their cat and their senior droid R2-D2. BB-8 seemed a little skittish about its new home and R2-D2 was less than thrilled.  View Now
Planes Land in Perfect Synchronization

Planes Land in Perfect Synchronization

Moments like these raise all sorts of questions, like: does this maneuver distract the pilots? Do air traffic controllers ever plan this? And, why are flight attendants so stingy with handing out the little bags of free peanuts? Inquiring minds want to know! View Now
Astronauts Find Out If You Can Get Dizzy in Space

Astronauts Find Out If You Can Get Dizzy in Space

Astronauts Tim Peake and Tim Kopra attempted to find out if they could get dizzy in space. Kopra spun his International Space Station crewmate several times before stopping. Although Peake said he felt the g-force and blood rushing to his head, he did not feel dizzy after the experiment.    View Now
This is the World's Tiniest Violin

This is the World's Tiniest Violin

You will be amazed to see this small box called the Soli that allows you to play the World's Smallest Violin with your fingers. The developers of the amazing technology from Design IO plan to use this technology to eventually control other things with just hand gestures. View Now
Chiko the Dog Sits Like a Person to Enjoy Videos on a Laptop

Chiko the Dog Sits Like a Person to Enjoy Videos on a Laptop

Never say never because bet you thought you would never see a dog looking at a laptop like a human being? Prepare to be impressed by Chiko the Shiba inu's ability to sit upright like a human and watch videos on his human's laptop. This is one of those things that if you didn't see if for yourself, you probably wouldn't believe it. View Now
Body Artist Creates Mind-Bending Artwork With Her Arm

Body Artist Creates Mind-Bending Artwork With Her Arm

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
Canadian Inventor Tests Out His Omni Hoverboard

Canadian Inventor Tests Out His Omni Hoverboard

Omni Hoverboards inventor Catalin Alexandru Duru won a Guinness World Record for his hoverboard flight last summer, and since then he has further advanced his invention. A recent video posted to the Omni Hoverboards YouTube channel shows some of Duru's progress; the board goes higher, the battery lasts longer and is easier to use than ever before.  View Now
High Schoolers Hatch Chicken Eggs Sans Eggshell

High Schoolers Hatch Chicken Eggs Sans Eggshell

Looks like high school science experiments have moved past the days of baking soda and Papier-mâché volcanoes. A group of students in Japan recently tested out one very unique science experiment - they hatched an egg without the shell. The group artificially fertilized the egg and put it in a shell-less culture incubator system and 21 days later, a chick had developed in the incubator. View Now
Do Pineapples Make Great iPhone Cases?

Do Pineapples Make Great iPhone Cases?

Gizmo Slip placed an iPhone 6s into a pineapple and dropped it 100 feet. The iPhone screen cracked and the phone bent, but the touch screen and phone still functioned. You've got to see the pineapple explode in slow motion upon impact with the ground.  View Now
Guy Moves Camera Slowly Through Rainbow

Guy Moves Camera Slowly Through Rainbow

YouTube user JBirdx665 noticed the sunlight in his home was hitting his bicycle reflector in such a way as to create a rainbow. Curiosity got the better of him, so he took a camera and slowly moved it through the rainbow. The footage revealed each color from the light spectrum, beautifully immortalized on J's camera. View Now
Turns Out Some People Aren't Quite Ready for Virtual Reality

Turns Out Some People Aren't Quite Ready for Virtual Reality

Back when moving pictures were first invented, one of the original films was a train pulling into a train station. When the train got close to the camera, however, audiences would flee the theater, fearing that they would be hit by a train. Well, virtual reality is the 2016 equivalent of that. People are posting videos of family friends trying out VR headsets, easing them into the technology with videos of aggressive dinosaurs and eerie insane asylums. View Now
Woman Calls Cops After Drone Lands In Her Proximity

Woman Calls Cops After Drone Lands In Her Proximity

Check out this drone footage that was captured in a park. The drone crashed and a woman became visibly and audibly upset. She called the police and reported the incident. She picked up the drone and started to walk away with it under her shirt. When the owners of the drone tried to retrieve it she called the cops again who came to the scene. No charges were filed in this incident. Text appears during the video that was applied to the video by the poster.  View Now