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These hovering gyro-busses could be the future of transportation

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It's become pretty clear that flying cars aren't going to be a thing for a long, long time, so how exactly are modern cities going to solve the problem of public transportation as populations continue to boom? Engineering firm Dahir Insaat believes it has the answer, and while it doesn't fly, it's just as futuristic. The company, and chief inventor Dahir Semenov, believe gyroscope-equipped vehicles are the answer, and boy do they look weird.

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Mike Wehner

August 25th

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Watch these forklift-riding thieves nab an entire ATM

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The greatest concern for most of us when it comes to visiting an ATM is remembering out PIN and making sure a skimmer isn't stealing our info, but they do things a little differently in Arkansas. Rather than scraping PINs or strong-arming visitors, some seriously ambitious thieves decided to just cut out the middleman and steal the entire box, and they brought the right equipment to pull it off.

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Mike Wehner

August 22nd

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Can someone please explain how this ‘crash’ ended in a car standing perfectly upright?

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There's really nothing funny about car crashes, at least most of the time. They can be devastating, tragic events, but we're willing to call this particular one a very rare exception to that rule. We know almost nothing about the actual incident other than a 19-second video of the aftermath, but that extremely brief glimpse is still more than enough to fill us with many, many questions. For example: how on Earth did a full-sized passenger vehicle end up sitting perfectly straight on its rear end?

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Mike Wehner

August 4th

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Watch a stack of paper literally explode in a hydraulic press

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If you were given access to an incredibly powerful 144-ton hydraulic press and could crush anything you could possibly dream of, a stack of paper probably wouldn't be at the top of your list. It doesn't seem like an interesting thing to crush, but paper does some very weird things when subjected to immense pressure, and as the highly popular YouTube stars of the Hydraulic Press Channel discovered, it can turn downright violent.

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Mike Wehner

July 31st

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Sling Studio makes multi-camera video production so damn easy

Tito Hamze gives an in-depth review of the Sling Studio, a multi-camera production studio that turns your existing cameras wireless and makes your phones into cameras with the ability to control everything from an iPad as a switcher. It’s the most portable multi-cam setup I’ve ever used — and it’s awesome! Read More

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Khaled "Tito" Hamze

July 25th

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NASA is uploading hundreds of rare films from its archives to YouTube, and here are the best ones

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We live in a world where delivering supplies to a space station orbiting our planet is handled by a tech startup, but expertise in flight hasn't always been so easy. NASA's Armstrong Flight Research Center has an incredible wealth of video footage showcasing the many trials, successes, and failures of the United States' various military and scientific programs, and the group has decided to make it all available to the world via YouTube. The videos, which range in age from a few months to over fifty years, are a glorious look at the steady progress of flight engineering, and we've collected some of the best for you to enjoy. 

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Mike Wehner

July 23rd

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Video shows woman destroying $200,000 of sculptures while taking a selfie

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What lengths would you go to snap the perfect selfie? Would you be willing to bend your neck at an awkward angle? Of course you would. What about posing in a public place, with onlookers rolling their eyes? Sure, why not. How about crushing $200,000 worth of fancy sculptures at an art exhibit? For one visitor of LA's 14th Factory, that answer was apparently a "yes" as well, and although the incident took place a couple of weeks back, we finally have a video showing how it all went down (no pun intended).

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Mike Wehner

July 15th

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New NASA video shows Pluto as you’ve never seen it before

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It might not be a planet anymore, but Pluto is still a pretty interesting place. It's a rocky world covered in a thick layer of water ice and frozen nitrogen, and it's close enough that we can study it with relative ease. Now, using data gathered by the New Horizons spacecraft when it flew past the pint-sized planet in 2015, NASA has published a video that offers the best look yet at what it would be like to fly high over Pluto's frigid peaks and valleys, and it's glorious. 

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Mike Wehner

July 15th

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I had no idea construction trade shows were this exciting

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As someone who spends much of his work day trying to sift through gadget rumors and staring wide-eyed at photos taken hundreds of millions of miles away from Earth, I'm not the kind of guy who passes judgment on what anyone does for a living. That being said, I have to assume an industry trade show for something as straightforward and utilitarian as construction equipment would be a pretty dull and boring affair. But how wrong I have been.

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Mike Wehner

July 14th

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These glasses-free ‘holograms’ are as close to the real thing as we may ever get

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We've seen so many examples of technology that was once science fiction become reality that it's hard to believe true holograms as many think of them — like the floating Princess Leia in Star Wars — are still firmly in the realm of fantasy. But now, a new experiment shows off technology that can seriously blur the line between fiction and reality, and make you believe that sci-fi holograms actually exist.

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Mike Wehner

July 5th

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