2012’s Best Water Slide Fails
Of 2012's many fails, we have a soft spot for those involving water slides, mudslides, slip n' slides, and... well, you get the idea.
Angry Bobcat Released From Trap
If you want to see the epigram "No good deed goes unpunished" in action, watch how this bobcat reacts to the friendly guys trying to free it from a steel-jawed trap.
The World’s Shortest Escalator
Here's one tourist attraction that won't leave you breathless!
Jam Out With All-Robot Band ‘Compressorhead’
The all-robot band Compressorhead makes those Chuck E. Cheese animatrons look like a bunch of clowns!
Fun With Jackhammers!
There's nothing like a bunch of Russian construction workers pretending to shoot each other with jackhammers to put a smile on your face.
17-Foot Python Menaces Family Picnic
This enormous Burmese python was killed by Florida park rangers this week after it crashed a family's holiday outing.
Weird Science: Watch This Bizarre Chemical Reaction
Something very strange happens at the 1:15 point in this video. When these three clear solutions are combined on a stir plate, the result changes color — and keeps changing!
Little Girl’s Tears Turn into Laughing Fit at Doctor’s Office
Nobody likes going to the doctor, but this child's natural fear response transforms into gales of laughter when the doctor begins working in a ticklish area.
Hear the First Song Ever Recorded On the International Space Station
Even scientists have soul! Take a listen to 'Jewel in the Night,' by Colonel Chris Hadfield.
A Look Back at Jack Klugman (RIP) on ‘Match Game’
This week America mourns the passing of TV comedy star Jack Klugman, best known as Oscar on 'The Odd Couple.' Here's a look back at his work on the show 'Match Game' back in 1978.
Merry Christmas From the Scottish Falsetto Sock-Puppet Theatre
If "Scottish Falsetto Sock-Puppet Theater" sounds like a mouthful, that's because it is -- and these mouthy, high-pitched puppets would like to throw some Christmas cheer your way.
Quadriplegic Woman Feeds Herself With Robotic Arm
This incredible video shows a woman's journey from almost total immobility to being able to pick up and move objects, thanks to surgical brain implants connected to a robotic arm named 'Hector.'