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Tornadoes are a force that we have not yet been able to reckon with. They are fast, hard to predict, destructive, unstoppable by human intervention, and massive.
Our watching a tornado is like an ant watching a human: unknowing of and unconcerned with the ant, the human lays devastation to all in its meandering path. Justifiably, the sight of a tornado stirs up feelings of both awe and fear, with more fear than awe depending on how close the tornado is.
Below is footage of the 5/19/2013 Shawnee and Central Oklahoma Tornadoes, which may be some of the largest tornadoes ever recorded.
Zach Sobiech passed away May 20, 2013, but not before touching the lives and hearts of millions across the globe.
At 14 years old Zach Sobiech was diagnosed with osteosarcoma, a type of bone cancer. In June of 2012 He was told that he had less than a year to live. Zach decided to write a song to say goodbye to his friends and family and named it "Clouds". The song/video has been viewed over 3.3 Million times on Youtube since its release. Continue Reading...
You guys ever seen this Metalocalypse time lapse painting? It's totally rad, and the background music gave me a dizzy spell because of all the head-banging it made me do.
The guy who made it is a trippy artist/wild man/rocking dude named Skinner, and he's been making thousands of pieces like that for years.
In the Tunisian desert lies a hidden gem: The ruins of what once was the set for Star Wars. When visual artist and filmmaker Rä di Martino discovered that the set was never broken down and instead left to deteriorate over time like ancient ruins, he jumped at the opportunity to rediscover it. With a bit of luck and the help of a local police station, Martino was able to find what remains of Luke Skywalker’s childhood home and capture the amazing images below.
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The winner is so obvious!
You may not know your planet as well as you think. GeoGuessr puts your geographical knowledge to the test by using Google's "street views" from all over the world. GeoGuessr shows a random place in the world, and it's your task to guess where on this giant blue marble you are. After you place your guess-marker somewhere on the map, GeoGuessr calculates how many kilometers away from the correct location you guessed: The closer to correct your answer is, the more points you'll get.
It's not that easy. I only scored 1,000 points, but then again, I kept just guessing Mexico.