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David Blaine is being electrified continuously for 72 hours by Tesla coils. He was plugged in yesterday and you can watch the event live on YouTube.
YouTube Space Lab has started performing the experiments of its winning contestants in zero gravity. The contest started last October and now we’re seeing the results.
Every few times a month Nasa will release space imagery that absolutely blows me away. This time around I was caught by surprise and found brilliant photos taken by an amateur stargazer.
Tonight I saw 16 lights in the sky, dancing in perfect choreography, beaming lights at the earth below, and serenading everyone in earshot with eerie but joyous music. No, I wasn’t drunk or stoned.
During our busy days, we forget to look up at the stars and realize how awesome the galaxy is – let alone there are actually people living in space. Take a break from email and texting and check this out.
Science researcher Dr.Peter Jansen has developed the Tricorder Project. It’s a device that resembles one you’d see in the popular sci-fi show Star Trek.
We’ll admit it from the git-go. The real reason groovyPost is running this story is so that we can show a video of a giant mechanical snake encountering a giant mechanical spider. Some things are their own justification, you know. But because sometime in a future existence we may be called up on to justify […]
X3 with host John C. Dvorak. Andrew Eisner of Retrevo.com and Joseph Engo, IT pro, as usual cohost this intense, rowdy and short form videocast. It appears regularly here at groovyPost. John and company take a look at a video of the Boston Dynamics PETMAN robot. This is a humanoid robot that’s amazing and creepy […]
Google YouTube and Lenovo, along with space organizations around the globe, are sponsoring science experiments aboard the International Space Station. Students aged 14 to 18 are eligible to submit ideas in video format to YouTube. Five renowned judges will be looking over each submission and giving it a score. YouTube users also get a […]
The University of Utah’s Genetic Science Learning Center is following a trail of hints that now lead them to believe that most of the common behavior traits and physical anomalies we notice are purely genetic. That is, the researchers report that such common behavior as rolling ones tongue is coded in Adenine, Cytosine, Guanine and […]
The Aurora Borealis, or Northern Lights, is a pretty rare site for most of us who live in more or less mid Earth climes. Check out this timelapse video — shot at several locations in Finnish Lapland, created for visitfinland.com. You might never see this in real life! For this image, photogs used DSLR cameras […]