Outrageous Acts of Science
Zack’s desire to understand synesthesia translated into a hi-tech mask and of series sensors that allow him to smell red, green and blue.
Experiencing Synesthesia with Innovative Device
It's not just opera singers who can shatter glass with the power of their voices.
This Trick Isn't Just For Opera Singers
A beautiful blue lightshow trails behind this surfer as he cuts through ocean waves.
This teacher attempted to ignite alcohol vapor in a bottle, but things didn’t go as planned.
Science Experiment Gone Wrong
These poor watermelons just can't seem to catch a break! RIP watermelons.
Weapons of Melon Destruction!
Eat your heart out aquaman. This jetpack uses a simple system of propellers to send you flying through the water.
Check out how this car transformers from a normal automobile into a robot.
Transformers in Real Life
A Danish man is a master at breaking concrete blocks using just one hand.
How to Break Concrete in One Punch
No corkscrew, no problem. See how this man opens a wine bottle with only a shoe.
Open a Wine Bottle with Only a Shoe
This doctor is a baby magician!
How to Instantly Make a Baby Stop Crying
Imagine waking up and seeing fish swim by your window!
Stay in this Underwater Bedroom
Nature is weird.
Watch a Shark Emerge From Its Egg
This new technology allows bands to play around the world without leaving their own city.
These Performers are Actually Holograms!
Giant Jenga AND fire? What could go wrong? These guys use a special gel that shields their hands from the flames.
This hare defied the odds and escaped this massive avalanche.
How Do Animals Survive Avalanches?
There's no science here you may scoff! Not so! Making a chip circle involves principles of engineering such as creating cantilevers - and a steady hand.
Forget Crop Circles. Meet Chip Circles.