An Artisan Crafts a Horse From Molten Glass With a Few Swift Movements

Barcelona resident Francisco Lopez Serrano captured video of artisan crafting a horse from a piece of piping hot molten glass. While the artist uses great care, he’s able to make the animal almost instantly recognizable with a few swift motions.

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Vsauce3 Host Jake Roper Looks at Human Digestion, Answers How Much Humans Can Eat, and Eats a Sentient Taco

In a recent episode of Vsauce3, host Jake Roper looks at the process of human digestion, answers how much humans can actually eat, and eats a sentient talking taco. Roper introduces the video by talking about playing the video game Super Smash Bros using the character Kirby, known for swallowing his enemies whole to gain their attributes.

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Full Theater List Released for the ‘Star Wars Episode VII: The Force Awakens’ Trailer Debuting Across North America

Star Wars The Force Awakens Theater List and Disney have released a full list of select theaters across North America that will be showing an 88-second teaser trailer for Star Wars Episode VII: The Force Awakens beginning Friday morning on November 28, 2014 and continuing through the weekend. The Star Wars blog also mentions that, following this weekend, “the teaser can be seen in theaters around the world this December”. Star Wars Episode VII: The Force Awakens is scheduled to officially release in theaters on December 18, 2015.

Star Wars The Force Awakens Theater List

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Drone Footage of the Large and Intricate Watts Towers Sculptures in Southern Los Angeles

YouTube drone videographer PC3DM flew a quadcopter around the large and complex Watts Towers sculptures in the Watts neighborhood of Los Angeles to capture some 360-degree aerial footage. The towers were built by construction worker Sabato “Simon” Rodiaover a period of 33 years, beginning in 1921.

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‘Rainbow Magic’, A Resin Sculpture That Features a Unicorn and a Narwhal Sharing the Same Brightly Colored Horn

Rainbow in Water

A few weeks ago, our wonderfully outspoken 9-year old niece told us that she believed in unicorns based upon the very real existence of the narwhal, a medium-sized whale with a long horn protruding from its head. She convincingly made her case, vociferously stating that they both come from the same origin.

It appears that Kozyndan (Kozy and Dan), the Los Angeles-based collaborating artist couple, had pretty much the same idea when they created “Rainbow Magic” in in cooperation with Pretty In Plastic. The resin sculpture features a bucking blue and green unicorn inside of a clear narwhal, both sharing a brightly colored horn.

The sculpture is available for $1,500 USD through Kozyndan’s online store.

The magical secret of the narwhal is revealed! We always wondered how a whale came into being with a single giant horn coming out of its head. We concocted our own explanation, but it speaks to the idea of evolution – species evolution and the concurrent evolution of thought. Magic becomes Religion begats Science reveals the Magic inherent in the Universe.

Rainbow Magic Side View

Rainbow Magic Side

Rainbow Magic Front

images via Kozyndan

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The Acton, A Small Bluetooth Speaker That Looks Like a Vintage Marshall Guitar Amplifier


The Acton is the latest in a series of bluetooth speakers created by amplifier manufacturer Marshall that are designed to look like vintage amps. The speaker comes in black and cream and works with mobile devices like smartphones.



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Fred Armisen Improvises and Explains Different New York City Accents

Fred Armisen (previously), known for his work on Saturday Night Live and Portlandia, took audience suggestions and improvised the accents of different New York City neighborhoods during a recent charity performance at Irving Plaza to benefit Doctors Without Borders in this video shot by Animal New York.