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Trying To See All The Art In All The Museums In London In One Day Looks Like A Fun Time

Video: OK, it’s probably hell if you actually try it. Alex Gorosh visited 13 museums in London, saw more than 140,000 works of art, and walked more than 35km in one day in an attempt to see all the art there is to see in London. He didn’t even see more than one per cent of the art in the city. That’s because London has 92 museums and more than 20 million works of art.


The Only Thing The New X-Files Needed Was A Dog

Video: Maybe you were satisfied with the X-Files revival. Maybe, like me, you were not. Either way, it could have been better. Don’t believe me? Consider this: What if it had a dog?


Skateboarding With A Jet Engine Looks Dangerously Fun

Video: After creating a near-perfect functional replica of Captain America’s iconic shield, YouTube personality the Hacksmith is trying to build his own flying Iron Man suit. To test a couple of compact jet engines the suit will rely on, he strapped them to his waist, hopped on a longboard and lived every 10-year-old’s wildest fantasy.


Blacksmith Makes A Kickarse Throwing Knife Out Of Braided Steel

Video: If you try hard and believe in yourself, anything can be a knife — but turning rebar into a legit-as-hell kunai is a fresh take.


This Ghostbusters VFX Reel Is Beautiful

Video: Whether you loved the new Ghostbusters, hated it or found yourself somewhere in the middle, there’s no denying Paul Feig had a very distinct vision. He didn’t just update the characters for 2016, he cranked up the visuals too, with a ton of lush, beautiful colours.


Why The Heck Do Some Countries Have Weird Panhandles?

If you look closely at a map, you’re bound to find some really weird stuff. Countries you never knew existed pop up, bodies of water reveal themselves and the borders of countries look totally random. What’s more random about those borders is when they have weird panhandles or salients, basically appendages of land that have been hastily slapped onto the main body of a country. How did these tiny stretches of land get added?


Man Proposes To Girlfriend With Time Capsule They Buried Together Five Years Ago

Five years ago, Jennifer Storrar and Troy Reddington buried a time capsule together on a remote campsite in South River, Ontario. This summer they went to dig it up, but the jar that had been filled with memories now just contained a mysterious card. Storrar was confused until she opened it up. The note read, “Will you marry me?”


The First Trailer For The Dog Reincarnation Movie A Dog's Purpose Is A Sociopathic Nightmare 

Video: A Dog’s Purpose is a movie about a dog that keeps getting reincarnated to help people with their lives. That means this is a feel-good movie where a dog dies many, many times. Horrific.


Damn, This Piping Hot Volcano B-Roll Is Metal As Hell

Video: As arguably the world’s most active volcano, Hawaii’s Kīlauea presents a unique opportunity for researchers who want to observe the Earth’s geologic processes in real-time. Even more importantly, as an erupting volcano, footage of Kīlauea is gnarly as hell.


There's Nothing Remotely Functional About An Axe Handle Made Of Gummy Bears

Video: There’s no end to the impressive stuff handy YouTubers will make out of wood, metal and plastic. Peter Brown, however, favours unorthodox building materials.


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