Bears Maul defenseless fish. LIVE!!

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I may or may not be in Katmai National Park right now.  The physical location I will be in will be determined this week, and I have no way of really updating you as it’s a pain to do anything on my phone.  So be content and just watch this live feed of Bears feeding … Continued

Veneer

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I’m sure you’ve seen wood veneer before.  It’s hard to miss it in modern life.  Did you know how it was made though?  Yes, some of them are crappy print jobs by computers, but the real stuff, that’s shaved off of trees on giant planers and razors.  It’s pretty cool.  Now, the tree there, that’s … Continued

Hidden Treasure of the Modern World

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I can’t help but think of Rat Race, sure there’s no betting going on here, and no one knows for sure where the treasure is, but there’s still an excitation millionaire’s ploy to put the common person on a field day. This is a literal treasure chest, gold coins, gold bars, gold nuggets, diamonds, sapphires, rubies, … Continued

360° Sam’s Point

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I took my 360° camera out for a hike yesterday.  The weather was nice, but it was very, very windy, so the audio wasn’t great except for wind noise.

Patience Timelapse

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This 4K Time-lapse called Patience is beautiful.  I’ve made a few time-lapses before, but they were only night-sky ones so they didn’t involve too much editing, or camera movement, or any of the HDR that the above shows.  I appreciate the effort that goes into making one, especially with all the music lined up perfectly … Continued

Stupid Wind

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There was a wind storm late Wednesday and knocked down a tree.  That knocked out power for alittle bit.  Now, usually that wouldn’t mean much, but I guess it was about time I got a new IP address.  So technically, there was only a few hours of downtime, the lack of correct IP made it … Continued

7,000 FPS Lightning

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I’ll never get tired of watching storm video.  Especially storm video that’s in super slow motion of 7,000 frames per second.  The above video was captured last week during a storm in Melbourne Florida by Professor Ningyu Liu at the Florida Institute of Technology’s Geospace Physics Laboratory.  The video above is sped up to 700 frames … Continued

Glass Turning.

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Jack Storms is a artist of glass, however he uses a lathe to turn his glass.  He uses a mixture of leaded glass, dichroic glass to give it color, epoxy to hold it together, and an external layer of optical glass, to make it look like the color inside is floating.  He came up with … Continued

Beautiful South Africa

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Alex Nail spent 9 days hiking into The Drakensberg, a beautiful part of South Africa.  Him and some friends carried about 70lbs of camera gear, much of which I bet was the 12 batteries and solar charging system.  This video is really cool, it almost makes me want to go see that area of the world. … Continued

Magnet Fishing

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Did you know of this “sport”  I never heard of it until I stumbled upon this imgur album.  Basically, people attach a strong magnet to a rope and throw it into rivers and bodies of water hoping to find sunken treasure, or murder weapons, or un-exploded ordinance.  In reality, all they seem to find is … Continued