The folks at the Hydraulic Press Channel have been able to crush just about anything without much trouble, but when faced with a ball made of Adamantium, their reliable crushing machine was not up to the task. The same thing happened with a mysterious set of Adamantium claws, perhaps belonging to Logan? This seems to make the most sense since his eponymous film opens everywhere on March 3, 2017.
Kurzgesagt asks the philosophical question of whether artificially intelligent machines deserve rights. The video explores basic concepts of consciousness, pain, and what it means to be alive, and how those ideas are influenced by increasingly advanced technology.
What shall we do once machines become conscious? Do we need to grant them rights?
In the fifth episode of their “Epic Renditions” series, the Pisces Rising orchestra performed an absolutely gorgeous cover of the iconic theme from the Doctor Who series, accompanied by the powerful voices of the Junges Vokalensemble Hannover who used a combination of “…Sanskrit, faux Latin and various Doctor Who planets/references” as lyrics.
Epic Renditions Track V – The iconic Dr Who Theme by Ron Grainer. Featuring Junges Vokalensemble Hannover, this one was a lot of fun!
via The Awesomer
An insecure astronaut named Dave and an intelligent melon journey to Mars in the animated short “Black Holes” by brothers David Nicolas and Laurent Nicolas. The film was selected as part of the 2017 Sundance Film Festival, and its creators are currently raising money to produce an adult animated sitcom based on the story through a Kickstarter campaign.
In the very near future, NASA has become the stepchild of spatial aeronautics, struggling to stay relevant in a cut-throat world of flashier space start-ups. But their imminent launch of the first human mission to Mars is about to change all that and put them back in their rightful place. Dave Nicholson, their most renowned astronaut, will helm the mission. Studious – and some might even say rigid – Dave has prepared his whole life for this moment.
The wonderfully mischievous Simon’s Cat offers an extended look into a day in the life of his human, from morning until night. This episode is a wonderful compilation of previous episodes of Simon’s Cat including Cat Man Do, Feed Me, Hot Water, Cat & Mouse, Muddy Paws, Pizza Cat, Bed Sheets, TV Dinner and Let Me Out.
Do you ever think that Simon’s Cat reminds you of your own cat? Watch this collection to see the trials and tribulations of cat owner Simon during a typical day. …Featuring cat fails, computer malfunctions, a baseball bat, a very rude awakening and the internet’s cutest kitten.
— Simon's Cat (@SimonsCat) February 23, 2017
The coffee market has got a bit over-complicated, hasn’t it? But with McCafé, none of the frills or fuss. Only freshly ground beans, making great tasting coffee. It’s simple.
The Slow Mo Guys (Gavin Free and Daniel Gruchy) blatantly disregard safety warnings and turn a blowtorch on some batteries to film the fiery results. Free and Gruchy filmed the batteries exploding and firing off like rockets in both 28,500fps and 70,000fps slow motion.
Gav and Dan once again prove warning labels right. Don’t try this at home. The bits of battery might dent your face and the gas that comes out might dent your lungs.