Some videos on the internet can leave us asking questions, so Mac Dreidel from eBaum's World joins our RightThisMinute hosts via Skype for another version of "Real or Fake." This week we take a look at a coloring changing jungle mud, a bizarre UFO sighting, and a chick who can chug several beers within minutes. View Now
We couldn't be happier that our favorite mad scientist Colin Furze has just joined the ranks of YouTube's coveted "four million club." To celebrate the huge subscriber milestone, Colin's got an extraordinary project in mind that involves a pillar of fire, fireworks and a lot of gas. View Now
Magnets really are a powerful force of science. The team at Magination created this video to demonstrate just how strong magnets are. By creating a beautiful pattern of magnets and placing a cluster of them in the middle, the pattern breaks form. View Now
Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau was announcing $50 million in funding for the Perimeter Institute for Theoretical Physics in Waterloo, Ontario when something hilarious happened. A reporter joked that he was going to ask the Prime Minister to explain quantum computing. The whole crowd was shocked when the Prime Minister answered the question like the genius that he is.
Lego enthusiast and student Jack Whitefoot at Loughborough University has replicated his head with the well-known building blocks. He 3D scans his head and through some intelligent software, is able to take all those measurements and turn them into a physical Lego structure. Via Caters Clips. View Now
Talk about an adrenaline rush! This swinging metal contraption is a rush of a ride into a canyon in Ecuador. We can't imagine just how terrifying it might be, but it sure looks like it could be fun! We dare you to try it if you ever travel to Ecuador. View Now
Although he's battled ear impairment since birth, infant hearing aids have given Hunter the gift of sound. Watch the adorable little guy process some of his first sounds ever in this heartwarming conversation with mom.
Take your guess, will a feather or metal cube hit the ground first? Hydraulic Press Action is about to show us just how cool science can be. He takes a vacuum chamber, factors out air resistance, and voilà... SCIENCE. View Now
The next time someone says science isn't "fun," show them Magnet Tricks' latest video. Not only does their jerry-rigged magnet gadget score super points for its neat spinning levitation, watch as their fragile bubble freezes solid in the chilly winter air!
Mother Nature recently gave Hawaii's newest tourist attraction—a "fire hose" near the Kamokuna lava entry—a dramatic facelift. Watch as tons of volcanic cliffside suddenly crumble and collapse into the ocean in a gigantic cloud of steam as tourists "ooh" and "ahh"! View Now
Pick up your pencils, students, it's time for a "Real or Fake 101" pop quiz! Professor Mac Dreidel's latest weekly eBaum's World challenge stars a drenching jumbo jet flyover, a power drill shake from Viral Video UK and a stunning lesson in physics. Can you score 100 percent?
Move over, hydraulic press and red-hot knife—this razor spinner top is the pinnacle of destruction! Props to Giaco Whatever for making this sharp toy inspired by the Japanese manga series "Beyblade" a reality. Not even an energy drink can withstand his mighty battle top!
If you've ever needed to have M&M's or Skittles sorted by their individual colors then this is definitely the machine for you! Not only does it sort them quickly and precisely, it looks extremely cool while doing it. Just watch and be amazed. View Now
"Linu-us" is no ordinary robot—he can draw! In fact, this compact art robot can replicate on paper anything you draw on an accompanying app... with all your unique strokes and flourishes. Line-us got its start as a Kickstarter project but has seen such astounding success that it's coming to the real world soon.
Pitch in online while there's still time and celebrate the analog in our digital world!
If you've never heard of a Prince Rupert's Drop, it is a tadpole-shaped glass bead which is formed by dipping molten glass into cold water. The bulbous side of the glass is able to withstand immense amounts of pressure but what would happen if you crushed it with a hydraulic press? That's exactly the question that the Hydraulic Press Channel answers in this highly entertaining video. View Now
This shocking video has gone viral, revealing a new robot built by Boston Dynamics. Dubbed the name "Handle" this robot does not have mechanical legs but wheels that get it to and fro in a jiffy. Built to handle a reasonable heavy load, this machine is remarkable. View Now
The life of a boxer crab is pretty stressful if you think about it. Could you ever relax if a pesky stranger was trying to steal your precious sea anemones? Not surprisingly, it didn't take long for this species' famous brawls to catch the eyes of researchers, who discovered the crabs actually "clone" their anemones after each fight. View Now
Looking for a way to celebrate Chinese New Year? Well, these guys have invented a real-life game of what could be called "Battle of the Drones." All you need are two drones, some fireworks, and you are set to play. Happy fighting! View Now
This man is a living, (fire) breathing human dragon. The team at Devin Super Tramp captured this stunning moment of Bryan Blaze shooting fire from his mouth. What makes this even cooler is the fact that they are inside an ice castle. View Now
Even though they're simply frozen water, the Ice Castles in Stillwater, Minnesota need as much maintenance as any garden. The Minnesota Cold crew takes us behind-the-scenes of this famous ever-changing landmark. It almost makes you want to build your own "Ice Castle" this winter!
See more of their cold weather videos on YouTube.View Now
The saying goes that Twinkies can survive the apocalypse, but can they out last a huge vacuum chamber? Hydraulic Press Action puts 16 of these yummy, indestructible treats to the test in his latest YouTube hit.
An adventure beginning nearly four years ago set a change in motion for Taylor and Steph Bode. With a goal to revamp their lifestyle and simplify their living conditions, they spent some time studying Earthship-inspired cabins. After a lot of hard work and dedication, they now live in a home completely self-sufficient, off-the-grid and constructed by their hands alone. Want to support them? View Now
How do they come up with these things? The Slow Mo Guys continue to amaze us with their ideas and this video is no different. If you've ever thought what might happen if you over-inflate a football, find the answer here in slow-motion. View Now
Tesla Motors first made headlines for their luxurious self-driving electric cars... but did you know their autos are outrageously quick too? DragTimes pits a Tesla P100D with the brand-new Ludicrous Plus update against a rumbling, turbocharged 2017 Cadillac CTS-V at the track... and it's an absolute massacre!
Because driving to the supermarket is totally overrated, Bay Area instructor Mark Zinkel powers up his paramotor for a short scenic flight. One curious shopper is so mind blown by Mark's nontraditional transportation that he sprints over to meet the flier and check out his fabulous flying machine. View Now