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Via: Quartz
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Scientists captured video of these beautiful sea creatures off the coast of Puerto Rico. Some of these weird and stunning animals are so new that they haven't been named yet. Marine science experts of all kinds were able to watch the videos as they were streamed online in real time and discuss the findings in a chatroom. 

Via: The Copenhagen Wheel
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The Copenhagen Wheel developed at MIT learns how you pedal and integrates seamlessly with your motion to make your riding a more enjoyable and effortless experience. Connect the wheel to your smart phone to monitor your activity and customize your ride.

Via: M Newman
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Some people snow day and then some people SNOW DAY.

This dude decided to do the latter. Check out this video of him skiing the streets of Raleigh, NC on an awesome snow day.

Not filmed: Him saving a cat from a tree, putting a fire at an elementary school out with his breath, and cracking a beer by friggin’ looking at it.

Via: HOVERSURF OFFICIAL
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Every good little girl and boy is going to want one of these this Christmas. Hoverbikes, which at this point is just a chair and handlebars attached to four drones, are unequivocally cool, even when this Russian company calls them "Hoversurf."

This is designed to be an "extreme sports" vehicle, a type of flying motocross bike thing. But I'm still waiting for something more like this: 



via Frinkiac

Via: The Backyard Scientists
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There are few things that add more to a word than the placing the word “Rocket” in front of it. Well, maybe the word “Mania” or “Rama” behind it.

In this video, YouTubers The Backyard Scientists attempt to recreate a small scale version of a Mythbusters classic. They attached a blade to a track, light a rocket, and send through a toy car, a whole chicken, some fruit, and a steak. This is knife moves at 150 mph and could cut through anything.

Oh, and one time the knife blew up. It rocks.

via Laserpointers and Catnip