How fighter jet pilots pass snack bars in the cockpit while flying

No one, not even these fighter pilots, can't resist a chocolate bar when the munchies strike. This video shows how the pilot in the front passes a Snickers bar to his colleague just by opening his hand and letting it float to the back of the cockpit dragged by the acceleration forces. So cool. » 3/05/15 8:56am 3/05/15 8:56am

Insane picture of an insane guy jumping over an insane abyss

Redditor and adventurer Orenisham took this amazing photo climbing up Ridjim Assaf on Jebel Rum, Jordan. It reminds me of the The Word of God, the second challenge of Indiana Jones and the Last Crusade: "Only in the footsteps of God, shall he proceed." He explains that the local call this siq jump: » 2/03/15 11:52pm 2/03/15 11:52pm

The craziest Russian climber is back with more gonad-shriveling photos

Our favorite Crazy Ivan is back with more photos: Kirill Oreshkin is one of the few people who can make me panic by just looking at his photos climbing onto any building or structure without any safety measures whatsoever. And then hanging there all calm, as if he were just having tea and biscuits. » 2/03/15 9:32pm 2/03/15 9:32pm

The world's largest ice fishing competition looks pretty freaking nuts

This is what people do in Minnesota in the middle of January: Drill 30,000 holes on Gull Lake for the largest ice fishing contest in the world. I'm not so surprised about the fact that there are 30,000 holes in that lake but about the fact that there's such a thing as an ice fishing contest anywhere. Watch the drone… » 1/30/15 11:11am 1/30/15 11:11am

US Navy to publicly show its railgun for the first time ever

The US Navy will publicly show their formidable railgun at the Naval Future Force Science and Technology Expo in Washington D.C. on February 4. The formidable electromagnetic cannon launches solid projectiles over 100 nautical miles at more than six times the speed of sound. You can see it in action here: » 1/24/15 4:18am 1/24/15 4:18am

Japanese craftsman creates perfect sci-fi ship replicas using just paper

This is one of the most amazing craftsmen I have ever seen. He doesn't only make the exterior of his sci-fi ships using just paper but also the guts! The level of detail is amazing—some look like perfect resin models but it's only paper. Behold the X-Wing, TIE Interceptor, Viper Mk2, 2001's Orion and many more! » 1/21/15 7:45pm 1/21/15 7:45pm

New amazing metal is so hydrophobic it makes water bounce like magic

Scientists at the University of Rochester have created a metal that is so extremely hydrophobic that the water bounces on it as if it were repelled by a magic force field. Instead of using chemical coatings they used lasers to etch a nanostructure on the metal itself. It will not wear off, like current less effective… » 1/21/15 8:14am 1/21/15 8:14am

The insane skills of one of the world's best acrobatic skiers 

French profesional skier Candide Thovex made this great point of view video showing his insane ski skills. The video starts with him taking a shower at home and ends with him locked in an elevator confronted by a crowd of angry skiers. You don't want to miss what happens in between. » 1/16/15 10:58pm 1/16/15 10:58pm

Crazy acrobat jumps through windows like he's Trinity on The Matrix

Dominik Sky is the name. His superpower: Jump like freaking Daredevil. Or Trinity and Neo, from The Matrix. He says he has "been working on this video for about a year. Lots of injuries and set backs in between but it was worth the trouble." You can see the failures and injuries in the video too. » 1/16/15 10:03pm 1/16/15 10:03pm

Spectacular video and images of world's largest lava field in 200 years

New aerial footage and satellite photos show the titanic field of lava growing north of the Vatnajökull, the largest in Iceland. According to NASA, the "Holuhraun lava field had spread across more than 84 square kilometers (32 square miles)," larger than Manhattan, the biggest in 200 years. And it isn't stopping. » 1/16/15 6:33am 1/16/15 6:33am

Crazy guy jumps off radio tower, opens parachute seconds before impact

I started to watch this video expecting a routine BASE jump, but no, it's nothing routine. "JT Holmes follows Mark Broderick as he pushes the limits of base jumping with nine front flips on a tower," says the description. Indeed. Broderick cut it so close that, for a moment there, I thought he was going to crash. » 1/09/15 7:30pm 1/09/15 7:30pm