Another near-miss caught on the dash-cam of a Russian driver. The pedestrian should probably go buy a lottery ticket post-haste. You may have to watch it a couple of times as it’s easy to miss amongst the vehicles.
We all like to think we can spot a scene shot in front of a green screen or CGI in movies and telly but some of these even the most experienced viewer will be surprised at.
This is an extremely narrow escape for a carefree cyclist from not one but two fast vehicles. Hope he bought a lottery ticket that night.
Test your awareness with this short simple test.
Place a coin in dry ice and you’d think there would be no reaction. On the contrary. I don’t quite know what the reaction is and why it happens or why it stops. What has finished happening exactly?
About dry ice:
Dry ice, sometimes referred to as “cardice” (chiefly British chemists), is the solid form of carbon dioxide. It is used primarily as a cooling agent. Its advantages include lower temperature than that of water ice and not leaving any residue (other than incidental frost from moisture in the atmosphere). It is useful for preserving frozen foods, ice cream, etc., where mechanical cooling is unavailable.
A hail storm in Oklahoma City, US. It seems they can get some heavy rain and this swimming pool demonstrates the ferocity with which hailstones hit. I wouldn’t fancy being under that lot when it steps up a gear.
This insane card trick comes from top Australian magician, James Galea. He made his US television debut on The Ellen DeGeneres Show with some unbelievable magic. Try to figure out how he does it, it’s unfathomable.
This amazing mind reader reveals his gift after he reveals a startling depth of knowledge about his customers. Just because you’re paranoid doesn’t mean they ain’t watching you.