25 Times The Avengers 2: Age Of Ultron Trailer Blew Our Minds

The official “teaser” trailer for Avengers: Age Of Ultron was put up yesterday by Marvel, and I think I’ve watched it over 100 times already. Get in here and gawk at the best moments from the trailer. Get ready for endless, nerdy deconstructions!


How 15 Anonymous Architects Envision The World's Next Great Museum

The Guggenheim in New York is as famous for its distinctive Frank Lloyd Wright eggshell as it is for its art. Design is a selling point for museums — which may explain why the Guggenheim opened up its search for an architect to design its new Helsinki outpost to the public. The competition ended up being the most popular design contest ever, with almost 2000 entrants.


Extracting Giant Marble Blocks From A Quarry Is Amazing And Beautiful

Video: This beautiful video is an excerpt from artist Yuri Ancarani’s documentary Il Capo. It shows the boss of the most famous marble quarry in the world — in Carrara, Italy — at work. Watching him guide his men extract giant chunks of marble with simple hand movements, is simply amazing.


Listen To The Historic Sounds Of Space Travel On NASA's SoundCloud

In space, perhaps nobody can hear your scream — but that doesn’t mean that stellar travel is a silent pursuit. Now, NASA has started compiling mountains of historic space-related audio clips for us all to listen to. And there are some belters.


How To Cut A Goose Feather Into A Lovely Quill Pen

I’m not going to lie, I don’t really need to know how to cut and make a quill pen from a goose feather. No one does anymore. But! I was completely fascinated by the process of it. It’s funny how he uses both vintage tools (an 1800s era quill cutting knife) with modern technology (a NYC metro card!).


How Many Undiscovered Blood Groups Are There?

You may think that you know your blood type, but did you know that there are in fact 35 blood group systems in humans? These include well-known systems such as ABO and the Rh system (formerly known as ‘Rhesus’).


5 Books For Expanding Your Photography Knowledge

There are many ways to learn about photography, not least of which are the vast depths of the internet, replete with tutorials and how-to videos. But getting past mere technical proficiency and learning valuable lessons about the art form isn’t as easy as a Google search. Luckily, there are those old things called books. The following are five of them whose insights can actually teach you how to be a better photographer, not just know what all the buttons do.


Monster Machines: The First Flying Wing Jet Could Have Won WWII For The Nazis

The B-2 Spirit blew more than a few minds when it made its public debut in 1988. But America’s flying wing was not the first of such aircraft. In fact, one such plane nearly darkened the skies over Washington at the end of WWII with a nuclear present from the Fuhrer.


Short Film: The Crazy Love Story Of Miss Danger And Mr Chaos

Video: Love. At the beginning is all adventure and excitement. And then, when the years pass, it becomes monotonous and predictable. That happens to everyone, even to Miss Danger and Mr Chaos, the adventurous protagonists of this crazy love story by Michael Lukk Litwak.


This Motion-Activated Band Turns Your Arm Into A Sound Effect Machine

Pew Pew! Vroom vroom! Chugga chugga! Time was when playtime special effects were whatever weird sounds you could make with your mouth. Not anymore! Moff is an app-powered snap bracelet designed to get kids up and active by turning arm motions into all kinds of cool audio snippets.


The New Double Down Burger Is Even More Ridiculous Than The Original

Foodbeast found a new KFC Double Down burger that is even more insane than the original: the Zinger Double Down King at KFCs in Korea. Instead of just sandwiching bacon and cheese with two fried chicken filets, this Double Down uses the same fried chicken for buns but adds a sauced up burger patty in between too.


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