In Meghalaya, India people create 'living bridges' out of tree roots. These bridges last hundreds of years and are resistant to flooding in the monsoon period. These amazing structures are featured in the November issue of Reader's Digest magazine.
19/10/2012 Felix Baumgartner's record-breaking skydive
Austrian skydiving expert Felix Baumgartner flew to an altitude of 39 045 metres in a helium balloon to complete this amazing skydive from the edge of space. Felix reached a maximum of speed of 1 342.8 km/h
12/10/2012 Talking parrot Einstein
Talking Parrot Einstein This parrot can make funny and other animal sounds as requested by the owner.
5/10/2012 Gangnam style
If you haven't seen Korean pop star PSY's 'Gangnam Style' yet, you may be the only one. With over 350 million views on YouTube, this hilarious music clip has spawned multiple YouTube parodies, and inspired much horse-dancing.
How to make traditional Chinese mooncakes. Mooncakes are eaten during the annual Mid-Autumn Festival, also sometimes called the Mooncake Festival. This popular festival falls on the 15th day of the 8th month of the Chinese Lunar calendar and celebrates the moon and the abundance of harvest.
21/9/2012 Carp attack
Carp attack: these lucky fishermen take a trip down a river that's so overcrowded with fish, they are literally jumping into their boat.
14/9/2012 Amazing Tron dance
The Wrecking Crew Orchestra are a Japanese dance troupe. Here they don LED suits to perform an amazing 'Tron' dance - disappearing and reappearing all across the stage.
7/9/2012 Make your own play dough
Be a hero to your kids by making your own play dough! This easy-to-follow video shows how to make play dough out of simple kitchen ingredients, including how to use food dyes to produce an array of colours.
Epic frog. Slow motion camerawork and a suspenseful soundtrack help to demonstrate the intensely dramatic nature of a frog's life.
24/8/2012 Blind dog rescue
In this touching video a blind dog found living in a trash pile is rescued and given a second chance at life.
17/8/2012 Sound waves on fire
Ruben’s tube is a classic way to demonstrate the concept of a standing wave. The classic physics experiment involves sound, a tube of propane and fire. He pushes through the tube 449 Hz then higher frequencies, then some jazz and then some rock. This is real life sound visualization.
10/8/2012 First Saudi Arabian female Olympians
Judo athlete Wojdan Shahrkhani and 800-meter runner Sarah Attar were the first females to ever represent Saudi Arabia in the summer games. Although neither won medals in their events, it represented a major win for women's rights.
3/8/2012 Prepare corn on the cob
Let Ken teach you how to prepare fresh corn on the cob without those pesky corn silks. With 76 million views (and growing! ) on YouTube, this handy how-to video has gone viral around the globe.
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20/7/2012 Usain Bolt
Usain Bolt won three gold medals at the 2008 Olympic Games in Beijing, China. The Jaimaican became the first man in Olympic history to win both the 100m and 200m races in World Record times. He has broken 6 world records so far, and is regarded as one of the greatest sprinters in history. Here are his world record races recorded by CBS Sports, NBC Olympics, and Universal Sports
13/7/2012 Games wizard lizard
Think you're good at games on your phone or tablet? Check out this amazing lizard playing a bug game on an iPad. According to appleinsider.com, tablets are projected to surpass notebooks by 2016 - will you buy one for your pet?
6/7/2012 Lego Sydney Harbour
Love Lego? You can now whittle away the hours building elaborate Lego structures and cities right on your computer. Watch the Sydney Opera House being created above, then check out http://www.buildwithchrome.com/static/map and start your own virtual Lego creation.
29/6/2012 Jimmy Fallon and The Roots performing "Call Me Maybe"
Many of today's pop hits have spawned internet memes involving video parodies and covers. With versions created by everyone from celebrities (Justin Bieber) to school students. "Call Me Maybe" by Canadian singer-songwriter Carly Rae Jepsen is one of the most recent and widespread. Check out Jepsen, TV host Jimmy Fallon and The Roots rocking their own version.
22/6/2012 5 year old painting prodigy Aelita Andre
Short film showcasing the work of 5 year old painting prodigy Aelita Andre as she prepares for an upcoming solo exhibition. Her colourful abstract paintings demonstrate skill well beyond her age.
8/6/2012 Evolution of dance
In one of the all-time classic YouTube clips, comedian Judson Laipply goes through the evolution of dance
1/6/2012 The best medicine: A lesson about love for everyone
Each time the Breinholts want to see their daughter, they travel 30 minutes to the Blythedale Chldren's Hospital.
The title says it all. But this frog really does appear to be contemplating life quite deeply...
18/5/2012 Contrex commercial
In this clever French advertising campaign from Contrex a group of people get some unusual motivation to exercise...
11/5/2012 Alain Roberts - the real-life Spiderman
Like a real-life Spiderman, Frenchman Alain Roberts scales huge structures, sometimes using just his bare hands and climbing shoes. Here he climbs a 150 metre tall skyscraper in Abu Dhabi in under 20 minutes.
4/5/2012Star Wars Imperial March theme performed by two floppy disk drives
May 4 is sometimes referred to as Star Wars Day (May the 4th be with you). Watch the Star Wars Imperial March theme performed by two floppy disk drives.
BMX legend Danny MacAskill performs some amazing stunts around Edinburgh. These tricks have to be seen to be believed.
20/4/2012 chimpanzee riding on a segway
Japanese TV footage of a chimpanzee riding a segway. After some initial stumbles, this clever chimp is soon riding in style.
13/4/2012 David Belle is the founder of Parkour
- a French discipline involving overcoming any physical object in your path. His death-defying feats of physical agility have found him acting and stunt work in numerous films. Here he shows off his Parkour skills on the streets of Paris.
Watch the wonderful animation 'Kiwi!'. - about a kiwi who creates a very original and unusual way to fly
The game of billiards was developed as an indoor version of croquet centuries ago, and the green felt used on the tables represents the lawn it was played on. Would dogs have played pool alongside European royalty in the 14th century? Watch Halo, the pool playing dog now!
20/1/2012 How to turn "water" into marbles
People have been playing marbles for thousands of years. Variations on these small balls have even been found amongst Egyptian tombs. This video shows how "water"can turn into marbles.
13/1/2012 10 Tips for Airline Travel with Baby
Follow these ten helpful tips for travelling with a baby.