I'm not very good at bowling so I thought this was great!
just 14 sec
John Kanzius has some sort of frequency generator, that can produce a temperature high as 300% flame from salt water using hydrogen and oxygen. The real question is, can we use this as a substitute for fuel?
2 minutes 22 sec
Stephen Wiltshire was thought to be autistic as a child. But after seeing this I'm sure he is not. He has an amazing ability to see things only once and then draw them almost exactly. After a 45 minute helicopter ride he draws Rome on a 16 foot wide panorama in a matter of three days!
(The volume seems to be low so turn it up if you'd like to hear)
5 minutes 17 sec
81 skydivers together in a diamond formation, to complete the "starburst". While other skydivers video different angles of them falling away from it.
A worlds record with 81 of them in the diamond shape falling in unison.
1 minute 59 sec
Chainsaw's with the right people behind them?
1 Minute 58 sec
This guy lives in a house made all from wood... He makes a lot of crazy stuff later on in the video. He is very good!
Apparently he is not a beginner?
Amazing Wood Carvings - Watch a funny movie here
2 Minutes 32 sec
This video has guys jumping through hoops, on top of stacking chairs, and bending a steel rod around one guy's neck!
"The Peking Acrobats"
1 minute 2 sec
This next one is an illusion but I still kind of like it.
2 minutes 39 sec
From the Japanese show Ninja Warrior.(On the G4 channel if you have cable) Magoto Nagano a 34 year old fisherman is the second to complete this obsticle course. Over 500 have tried and failed.
If you havn't seen these then you'll like this post.
Great graphics I assume...
3 minutes 11 sec
"Russian Climbing" is how I found it.
8 minutes 24 sec
I think it's worth your time.
It happened over a decade ago?
Dated Nov.9 1996
Compliments of Google Video...
Gordian worms live inside crickets for long periods of time, feeding on the cricket's diet. Once fully grown, they inject chemicals into the cricket's brain, brainwashing it and forcing it to kill itself by jumping into the water. Once in water, the worm wriggles out of the writhing body and swims off in search of a mate. Article published in April 2006 Nature magazine.
Crazy how long that worm is?