Watch This Daredevil Dive 1,300-Feet Off a Cliff Using Nothing But a Rope to Stop His Fall

Given the option, I would happily wear a parachute to merely stand on the observation deck of a towering skyscraper. But Carlos Munoz, who is apparently immune to the fear of heights, uses only a static rope line to stop his fall after jumping and plummeting 1,393.7-feet off a cliff—which is a new world record for…

This Spectacular Stargazing Video Makes Me Want to Move Far Away From Big City Lights

Sure, the restaurants are great, and you’ve probably got a decent sports team to root for. But the bright lights of a big city mean that at night you can rarely see more than a few stars in the sky, and these stunning timelapses of the galaxy overhead will make you realize the spectacular show you’re missing every…

This Architectural Kaleidoscope Is Melting My Brain, But Not in a Fun Way

If you’ve ever caught yourself mindlessly staring out of the window while driving through a big city filled with endless buildings, you’ll understand the appeal of Lauren Pedrosa’s short film, perspective ǝʌᴉʇɔǝdsɹǝԀ. But Pedrosa takes the repetitive monotony one step further by turning footage of random buildings…

The Beauty of Freezing Bubbles Is the Only Good Thing About These Nightmarish Temperatures

Did you for some reason think the grueling endurance march that was 2017 would end without one final ordeal? You fool. Right now the eastern and midwestern parts of the country are enduring record-breaking sub-zero temperatures, with the only silver lining being that it’s cold enough to instantly freeze soap bubbles,…

I Love This Real Life Little Engine That Could, And There’s Nothing You Cynical Bastards Can Do to Change That

I’m not really into sports, and I’ve never found the energy to care about what happens to characters in most movies and TV shows. But for some reason, watching this little toy train derail and eventually make its way back onto its tracks had me cheering louder than a Patriots fan at the Super Bowl.

This Towering 24-Foot Lego Crane Can Actually Move This Guy's Furniture Around

This definitely isn’t the first incredibly detailed Lego crane we’ve ever featured, but Dawid Szmandra’s 1:24-scale Liebherr LR 11000 literally towers over previous creations. With the boom fully raised, the model stands just over 24 feet tall, and weighs in at a hefty 60 pounds. But most impressive is the fact that…