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Basketball Team Slips34s

Basketball Team Slips

Who polished this floor? That’s the question you’ll probably be asking yourself after watching this video, because clearly something was amiss. It looks like whoever it was spent a little too much time in one corner, because that area was definitely far too slick. Unless an entirely different perpetrator spilled some water or something, that also would make sense. Conspiracy theorists: have at it. Because something is most certainly rotten in the state of Denmark. A high school boys basketball team is completing their warm up. They finish their shots and get ready for their “rally lap” around the gym. Full disclosure: this writer was a wrestler in high school, so I’m coming from a place of slight resentment towards basketball players. Can you really blame my ire though? Their practices were a fraction as hard and they got twice the attendance at their games we did. What I’m basically saying is: it’s very possible I enjoyed what you’re about to witness a little too much.

Published: April 10, 2018385 views
Hazelnut Mousse26s

Hazelnut Mousse

Are you ready for the easiest, tastiest dessert you’ve ever made? We can’t wait to show it to you! This Hazelnut Mousse is light, airy, creamy and just so delicious, and it only needs TWO ingredients to make. One of those ingredients? Nutella! Watch how we transform it into a simple mousse, and serve it up whenever you want something sweet but not-too-heavy.

Published: March 11, 20162,325 views
Women Feeding With Their Own Hands1m11s

Women Feeding With Their Own Hands

Women Feeding With Their Own Hands-Thanks for watching and supporting our channel,wait to see more new videos every week on WOA Dog Loves Baby! Content description: Dog Protecting Baby Dog is not only a pet but also a good friend

Published: January 31, 2017469 views
Drone captures midnight sunset over Iceland2m21s

Drone captures midnight sunset over Iceland

Experience a stunning fly over of Reykjavik, Iceland and enjoy the midnight sun. Shot with DJI Inspire 1 Quadcopter. Music by: Tony Anderson / Eyes Wide Open. Credit to 'OZZO Photography'.

Published: June 4, 2015102,727 views
SpaceX's Falcon 9 rocket completes historic landing13s

SpaceX's Falcon 9 rocket completes historic landing

SpaceX's Falcon 9 rocket successfully landed after blasting off from Cape Canaveral, Florida. The first stage of the rocket was used to propel its payload 62 miles into space, before the second stage took over and dramatically returned safely to its landing pad. Credit to 'SpaceX'.

Artist paints detailed portraits using fire3m00s

Artist paints detailed portraits using fire

For the past 14 years Steve Spazuk has developed a unique painting technique that allows him to create artwork using trails of soot, which stem from the flame of a candle or torch. He often doesn’t know what images he intends to make, and the creation process always has an element of random spontaneity. Check out 'Steve Spazuk' for more of his work. Directed by Patrick Peris (@PatPeris).

Published: November 2, 2014688,408 views
GoPro Hero 4 Camera Survived Being Hit by Lava From Kilauea Volcano1m36s

GoPro Hero 4 Camera Survived Being Hit by Lava From Kilauea Volcano

A Hawaii resident’s GoPro Hero 4 camera survived being hit by lava from Kilauea Volcano in Kalapana on August 10, 2016. Erik Storm, who operates Kilauea EcoGuides tours, told Storyful: “This is an interesting story as to why this is just getting attention now. My GoPro Hero 4 was hit by the lava on accident in August of 2016. Recently I took professional photographer Erez Marom out to the active lava flows, and he brought his drone, DJI Phantom 4 pro. We were outside of the National Park boundary (drones illegal in all national parks) on private land that we have legal access to. He flew his Phantom too close to the lava, and it melted the lens on his camera. We got to talking about the GoPro back in August 2016, and he wanted to feature it. This video and story are now going viral around the world. “GoPro has reached out to me in regard to this video. We work with a lot of professional photographers, and they are all amazed when they hear the story and see the footage and photos. And yes, the camera really did work afterward; remember it had the waterproof housing on it. From a scientific perspective, it most likely survived due to the Leidenfrost Effect. I thought the camera was for sure done when it was engulfed in the lava. I had a geologist rock hammer with me and that is how I was able to get it out of the now cooling rock. When I got home I hammered all the hardened rock off of the camera and was amazed to see the blue wi-fi light still blinking! The camera would turn on but the lens was slightly melted making it not really usable anymore. The SD card popped right out and the footage was intact! At the end of the video you can see me with the rock hammer, and then one of my guests on the private lava hike that day comes over to take a photo with his iPhone. “The viral nature of this story has brought many doubters and non-believers. I have been accused of doing this intentionally which is definitely not the case. The recent story about Erez’s drone brought this story back to the surface. It was an honest accident that produced an amazing story. I love GoPros and have been using them since the first version to record and document lava flows here in Hawaii. I was telling a story about the Polynesian goddess Pele to my guests when my GoPro was hit by the lava. It is VERY important to note that flowing lava in Hawaii is extremely sacred and should be respected as such. No one should ever poke the lava with anything, cook with the lava, or throw anything into or in front of the flowing lava to ‘see what happens.’ I respect the place where I work to the fullest and work hard to make sure people understand that this is a very sacred place that commands respect.” Credit: Kilauea EcoGuide via Storyful

Published: November 14, 20171,608 views
Buffalo Carrier39s

Buffalo Carrier

Occurred on June 11, 2017 / Verdigre, Nebraska, USA Info from Licensor: "We were driving down the highway on our way to Kolache Days in Verdigre, NE, to play a polka gig, when traffic began to slow down. We went to pass the slow vehicle and noticed as we passed by, there was a crazy sight. We pulled over and waited for it to come by so we could see it again and take a video. We were listening to Opeth at the time and as the strange sight came by and you realize it's a live bull in a car, the music changes perfectly. It wasn't until the car passed by a little that we noticed the bull defecated on the car."

Published: June 16, 201712,235 plays$11.56 earned
Cream Cheese Oreo Fudge37s

Cream Cheese Oreo Fudge

Are you ready for one of the tastiest, easiest fudge recipes we’ve ever made? We hope so, because we can’t wait for you to try it! This creamy, decadent, super-sweet no-bake dessert takes only 10 minutes to prep and uses only FIVE easy-to-find ingredients for a treat that will impress your friends and family without wearing you down. Plus, it uses one of our favorite store-bought cookies ever: Oreos!

Published: April 7, 20167,650 views
Huge Sinkhole Swallows Road and Traffic Light in Hakata1m27s

Huge Sinkhole Swallows Road and Traffic Light in Hakata

A huge sinkhole appeared near Hakata Station in downtown Fukuoka in the early hours of Tuesday, November 8. The sinkhole caused major disruption to traffic in the southern Japanese city, with roads closed, as well as power and internet outages that shut down part of Kumamoto Bank’s <span class="caps">ATM</span> network, according to <a href=" " target="_blank"><span class="caps">NHK</span></a>. No injuries were reported. The sinkhole occurred near construction work to extend the Nanakuma subway line. This video captures the moment a sign and pole fell into the sinkhole.

Published: June 1, 2017387 views
oh you swam with one dolphin once did you2m53s

oh you swam with one dolphin once did you

oh you swam with one dolphin once did you- Thanks for watching and supporting our channel,wait to see more new videos every week on WOA Dog Loves Baby! Content description: Dog Protecting Baby Dog is not only a pet but also a good friend

Published: January 26, 2017330 views
What to look for when buying a family car1m45s

What to look for when buying a family car

In this video, Rebecca Jackson discusses the in-depth research needed when purchasing a family car, focusing on the miles per gallon of a fuel-efficient engine and how much space is needed in the back of the car for a growing family

Killer Whale Throws Sea Lion 20 Feet Into The Air1m24s

Killer Whale Throws Sea Lion 20 Feet Into The Air

If you are looking for a thrill, you are in the right place! This video undoubtedly makes every person who sees it gasp in shock, and maybe a little bit of horror, too! This occurred in Ketchikan, Alaska. It is common knowledge for the most part that killer whales and sea lions do not get along. More often than not, the sea lion is a part of the killer whale’s most favorite dishes on its dinner menu. This is a sad fact for many people, as they find sea lions to be so adorable and cute and friendly. This video shows a killer whale catapulting a sea lion twenty feet into the air. This could be viewed as amazing and kind of cool, or it can be viewed as horribly sad. For those who consider themselves faint of heart, or those who are intensely into animal protection and nonviolence, this may not be the video for them. The video filming begins on a boat. The person on the boat has pulled out his camera to capture this bizarre moment. There is a sea lion just under the water level, right up against the side of the man’s boat. This little cutie is just enjoying his day, rubbing against the boat’s hull. Sea lions are known to be very inquisitive creatures, and they are also well known for being extremely playful around other animals of all kinds and around humans as well. These are truly just beautiful animals. The man filming follows the sea lion from one side of the boat to the other, watching the little guy swimming. The sea lion at one point comes out of the water a little bit to blow a bit of water up at the camera man. Watch closely as the beautiful sea lion plays back and forth swimming beside the boat, but just wait for what comes next. The sea lion dives down back into the deep water after a minute or two. The camera man darts to the other side quickly to try to recapture the animal on film once again. After a moment, we see the sea lion again peeping up over the water’s surface, following the boat and the fisherman on board. This is the perfect lure for a predatory sea creature. Many scientific organizations use rubber sea lions dragged from behind boats to lure sharks and whales to the surface for studying. This is featured on “Shark Week” almost every year on Discovery Channel. Americans from all over the country tune in every year to see this footage. Therefore, it is not surprising that the sea lion in this video ends up attracting the killer whale. Out of seemingly nowhere, the whale breaks the surface with a mighty force, catapulting the poor sea lion way into the air. The whale and the sea lion go in separate directions, and the entire scene is amazingly caught on film! These fisherman were smart to keep their camera rolling so that they could capture this rare footage.

Published: October 12, 20189,762 plays$14.71 earned
Robot mother builds and improves its own children2m19s

Robot mother builds and improves its own children

Scientists from the University of Cambridge build a robotic 'mother' that designs and builds its own 'children', assessing them to improve the performance of the next generation. Matthew Stock reports. Credit to Reuters.

Published: September 3, 201530,879 views