Yes, the guy giving an interview for the local television is the same one that was riding that motorcycle, crashed it into the car and did all those flips in the air before falling on the street and hitting the pavement. He walked away with just a few scratches.
This classic supercell storm with embedded tornado was shot in Iron Mountain, Michigan, on August 19th.
Kiros Hadgu, profesional contortionist originally from Ethiopia, passed his body through a tennis racket four times in 47 seconds, breaking the current world record.
A new lava flow has broken out at Mt. Kilauea volcano in Hawaii, one of the most active volcanoes in the world that has been continuously erupting for nearly three decades, creating quite an impressive sight.
This stunning image was captured in Nebraska by photographer Mike Hollingstead and it is making rounds around the internet under the name Tsunami in the Sky. The big cloud wave is the result of the collision of two supercells.
Move is an impressive short film directed by Rick Mereki and starring Andrew Lees which celebrates traveling by compiling footage from various locations around the world into one mesmerizing video.
Ever heard of waterfalls that flow upward? Well, it happened in Australia. No, these waterfalls are not flowing upward because gravity got messed up down under – winds are so strong that they are forcing them to run upward.
A diver has almost been swallowed by a giant whale shark during a feeding frenzy near Isla Mujeres, Mexico, where more than 600 of 40-foot long whale sharks converged to feed on tuna spawn.
Artist Lorenzo Duran finds the perfect leaf and then carefully cuts away at it until he makes this amazingly delicate art.
First in line there is Sergey Devliashov, the Russian ‘Spiderman’ from Tyumen, who acts like he has a death wish or something because his parkour stunts are downright stupid. Ok, you can argue that he pulls out some amazing stuff, but…