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    In this video, the letters that spell Molecular Foundry were written with a beam of electrons fired at the surface. The smallest feature is 20 nanometers, or roughly 100 atoms. As the video zooms out, you lose sight of Molecular Foundry and see the Berkeley Lab logo, which was written with a beam of charged gallium atoms. As you continue to zoom out, you see an 18 hour timelapse of Abraham Lincoln’s face, again written with gallium atoms.
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    A music video by World Order and the Japanese girl group SKE48.
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    Amazing Japanese Sunrise dovetail joint.
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    Don't try this at home! The Nitro Chair wasn't exactly the best idea we've ever had but it turned out that I actually don't like going 300 mph.
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    Here's the first look at the upcoming reboot of Joel Hodgson's cult comedy series, Mystery Science Theater 3000. Joel will be joined by comedian Jonah Ray as the new host and Felicia Day as "Kinga Forrester." The new season of MST3K premieres on Netflix on April 14, 2017.
    "Mystery Science Theater 3000’s national broadcast life began in 1989. Set on the Satellite of Love where a human host is trapped by mad scientists with his two robot sidekicks and forced to watch an endless run of B movies. The format proved to be popular, and during its eleven years and 198 episodes on the Comedy Channel and Sci-Fi Channel, it attained a loyal fan base and critical acclaim."
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    'Life' stars Ryan Reynolds and Jake Gyllenhaal waste some time with WIRED and answer the Internet's most searched questions about themselves.
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    "Despite attempts to shoo it away, the bugger was receiving statutory protection from the Queen herself and took full advantage of this fact. 45 minutes of strutting, screaming and smirking later, the trains finally started moving again! "
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    Stephen Colbert and Ryan Reynolds get lost in the night sky while attempting to wrap their minds around the universe's mysteries.
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    In the latest "Epic How To" series,Joe Bereta humorously explains everything you need to know to become an illustrious member of royalty.
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    Here's a sneak peek at Scarlett Johansson in the opening scene of Ghost in the Shell, an upcoming 2017 science fiction film based on the popular Japanese manga of the same name by Masamune Shirow. The film jumps into theaters on March 31st, 2017.
    "Ghost in the Shell follows Major, a special ops, one-of-a-kind human-cyborg hybrid, who leads the elite task force Section 9. Devoted to stopping the most dangerous criminals and extremists, Section 9 is faced with an enemy whose singular goal is to wipe out Hanka Robotic’s advancements in cyber technology."
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    This is some timelapse Nest nursery cam footage of twin two-year olds Andrew and Ryan Balkin breaking out of their cribs at night to rage and throw a pillow party.
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    Most Outrageous Couch Stories Ever, Best of The Graham Norton Show
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    How to make a bowl of bean sauce noodles with just ONE noodle in office.
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    "When the winter storm was raging on the East Coast it was about 85 degrees here in LA, so Jimmy issued a YouTube challenge for those stuck in the snow. The challenge was to go outside, make a snowball, then serve that snowball to someone in bed. We got an avalanche of responses and whittled them down to our favorites."
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    Does the wildling Tormund have a secret relationship with Lady Maege Mormont of Bear Island?
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    "The Most Unsatisfying Video in the World ever made" undoubtedly cause you a great deal of discomfort.
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    For many of us, mazes represent a mysterious unknown, an enigmatic and entertaining puzzle of mythic proportions, and Englishman Adrian Fisher is the world's preeminent maze designer. Over the years, this master of deception has designed over 700 mazes in 40 countries and knows exactly how to twist, turn and disorient you. However, like all skillful mystery-makers, Fisher's greatest talent in maze-making is knowing how to perfectly blend the intrigue of exploration with the satisfaction that comes from finding your way.
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    Mark Rober took him three years to perfect, a moving dartboard that allows even novice players to score a perfect bullseye with every throw.
    "Basically, you throw a dart and then a Vicon motion capture system tracks the dart in the air. We use those x,y,z positions in matlab to predict where the dart will land using some regression analysis. Once we know where it will land, we move the board to the right spot using 6 stepper motors that attach to the back of the board using fishing line. All of this happens in 400ms or so."
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    Comedian Greer Barnes has to be careful while walking through his neighborhood at night.
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    There are several different ways of thinking about how many continents there are, with models ranging from 4 to 7 continents. However, in most English speaking countries, as well as other nations around the world, the 7-continent model is taught. Using this model, the continents of the world in order of size (descending) are: Asia, Africa, North America, South America, Antarctica, Europe, and Australia.
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    "The idea that water going down a drain or flushed down a toilet swirls in opposite directions in the Northern and Southern Hemispheres has a long history. But few have ever done the experiment. Destin from Smarter Every Day and I performed identical experiments in the Northern and Southern hemispheres. What we found is the direction of water swirl in a toilet, sink, or bathtub is determined by other sources of angular momentum. However if the body of water is big enough, e.g. a kiddy pool, and left still for long enough (at least 24 hours), then the Coriolis effect is observable with water swirling counterclockwise in the Northern hemisphere and clockwise in the Southern hemisphere. "
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    The 2017 Oscars ended with a pretty shocking mix-up. Announcer Warren Beatty incorrectly named La La Land as the Best Picture winner, and the mistake wasn't revealed until crew members had already started giving their acceptance speeches. A lot of things went wrong for the snafu to happen the way it did. But what if typography was one of them? A better announcement card design could have made for a very different Academy Awards show — not to mention a much less embarrassing Miss Universe show for Steve Harvey back in 2015. But the implications of bad typography don't end there: poorly designed ballots in the 2000 presidential election arguably could have swayed the outcome, and illegible type on medicine bottles could be causing nearly 500,000 cases of drug misuse per year in the U.S.
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    "Whether it's acting, singing, or appearing on the cover of Vogue, Selena Gomez is doing it all. Instagram's biggest star invites Vogue in and takes a shot at answering 73 unexpected questions. Selena reveals the last movie that made her cry, the food she can't live without, and her favorite jingle of all-time."
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    A frog embryo from the common European frog.
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    Ship returning to Norway after a three month journey across the Atlantic
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    This is a video of a man who it's hard to believe managed to live to driver's license age, stunting on the side of his truck while driving down the road. It makes absolutely zero sense.
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    The Brick Double-Domino Effect Explained
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    7 Things You (Probably) Didn't Know About the Power Rangers!
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    Marvel's Avengers team up to battle King Kong, Godzilla, and other mega movie monsters in this epic new fan-made trailer by editor Alex Luthor.
    "King Kong vs Godzilla vs Avengers Trailer - Destroy All Monsters! "
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    Stick-Boy teaches his Dad to build a Leonardo da Vinci Bridge
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    Ryan Reynolds and Jake Gyllenhaal interview for LIFE, DEADPOOL
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    On March 11th, 2017, the SNL make-up team had only one commercial break to get Kate McKinnon out of her Jeff Sessions character and into her "Shud the Mermaid" character. Here's a behind-the-scenes look at that transition.
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    Cocktail Chemistry shows how he recreated and improved three signature cocktails from The Simpsons.
    Here we’re recreating the Flaming Homer, Skittlebräu, and one that I really don’t recommend.
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    In the opening round of the 2017 Arnold Palmer Invitational presented by MasterCard, Cody Gribble walks up to an alligator on the bank and slaps its tail, causing the alligator to jump into the water.
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    Los Angeles-based engineer Allen Pan of Sufficiently Advanced invented several home automation hacks that are activated by playing ocarina tunes from the classic Nintendo 64 game, The Legend of Zelda: Ocarina of Time.
    "With Zelda: Breath of the Wild out on the Nintendo Switch, I made a home automation system based off the Zelda series using the ocarina from The Legend of Zelda: Ocarina of Time. "
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