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This awesome music video comes from RTM member Alan Motley who set his ethereal tune to footage of the Apollo 11 flight. The result is kind of hypnotic, and speaks to a world beyond our own.
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A Canadian and his British girlfriend were enjoying a cruise on a motorcycle in beautiful Guatemala. Their serene trip took a dangerous turn when two masked men stopped them. One brandished a gun and the other a machete. The two were robbed, but thankfully escaped with their lives. Watch the RTM reaction to this scary situation right here!
Whoever said humans cannot fly clearly hasn't seen this video by HeliGraphix! Watch as they achieve and capture on film the first ever remote-controlled human flight. This was made possible with two model helicopters and a heavy ultra-lifter crane. Learn more about HeliGraphix by visiting their Facebook page.
It was only fitting that Christopher Lloyd, AKA Dr. Emmett Brown from Back to the Future, help unveil the notorious HUVr Board, which is exactly what the film's sequel introduced to movie-goers almost 30 years ago. It's the perfect time to release this product to the public. Watch as Tony Hawk, Moby, and other celebrities give the HUVr Board a try. But sadly, your hovering dreams have to come to an end. The HUVr Board still only exists in the movie and the video was a hoax. Humor website Funny or Die broke our hearts, but at least they are sorry. Good news though, Nike does have plans to release a version of the self-lacing shoe featured in the movie.
Throughout the Star Wars universe, it is a known fact that Stormtroopers are not very accurate at shooting. Let's be fair, they are moderate henchmen at best. Here is a video that shows you something they are good at: dancing. These are the dance moves you were looking for. Via ScottDW.
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Seeing footage from the International Space Station always makes us feel so insignificant. This time-lapse shows you a window view that you've likely never seen before.
The 50th anniversary of Doctor Who recently passed and these fans made a music video to celebrate. If you're already a "Whovian" and would like a quick recap, or are new to the series but are interested in catching up, watch this clever song that runs through all the previous incarnations of the Doctor!
It's raining rocks, hallelujah. Well, maybe not hallelujah. It is pretty interesting though. Thousands of miles away, Mt. Etna erupted sending volcanic ash and rock on a long journey.
A meteor was caught on camera, after a driver's dashcam in the Ukraine picked up a big burst of light. The unreal footage is something that only happens every now and then, so the chances were slim for this video to even be recorded. See for yourself!
Police were forced into an altercation with a suspect who resisted arrest in San Francisco. A protest is scheduled by the city of San Francisco in regards to the measures that law enforcement took to apprehend the lawbreaker. The prosecutor's office has dropped the charges against the bicyclist pending an investigation.
Although Mars is known to us as the "Red Planet," it could have once been a blue planet, much like our own is today. Check out this simulated evolution of Mars based on evidence from NASA that the Martian landscape was once very different from how it appears now.