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  • Red Bull's Verstappen and Ricciardo destroy pair of caravans 00:46

    Red Bull's Verstappen and Ricciardo destroy pair of caravans

    Red Bull duo Max Verstappen and Daniel Ricciardo enjoyed racing a pair of caravans to destruction ahead of the Monaco Grand Prix.

    Verstappen and Ricciardo were again entrusted with a pair of Aston Martins hitched to caravans, having previously raced them last year to promote the Austrian Grand Prix.

    Needless to say the caravans again did not survive and were left in tatters after the pair raced them around the high-speed Zandvoort circuit in Holland.

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  • Amazing Tracer Fire Overload By Turkish T129 ATAK Helicopters 05:41

    Amazing Tracer Fire Overload By Turkish T129 ATAK Helicopters

    Video shows the Turkish made T129 ATAK helicopter conducting a live fire training with tracer rounds during a Turkish military exercise.

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  • 23 People Who Went The Extra Mile 23 Images

    23 People Who Went The Extra Mile

    It may have just paid off

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  • Badass Dad Annihilates a White Pervert Who Exposed Himself To Kids 01:25

    Badass Dad Annihilates a White Pervert Who Exposed Himself To Kids

    Badass Dad Annihilates Pervert Who Exposed Himself To Kids

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  • Last British Dambuster, 96, flies in cockpit of Lancaster Bomber on 75th anniversary of the raid 00:25

    Last British Dambuster, 96, flies in cockpit of Lancaster Bomber on 75th anniversary of the raid

    Exactly 75 years after his part in the legendary mission, the last surviving British Dambuster airman has flown in a Lancaster Bomber once more.

    Now aged 96, George "Johnny" Johnson cruised in the cockpit of the heavyweight World War Two plane on Thursday.

    He was flown by Tim Dunlop, bomber leader on the Battle of Britain Memorial Flight, and enjoyed spectacular lake and countryside views as the sun rose.

    The camera turns to Johnny, in the cockpit, who seems to be enjoying the special moment.

    The flight marked 75 years since RAF 617 Squadron attacked German dams using a purpose built 'bouncing bomb' on May 16-17 1943.

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  • 40 Most Enjoyable Images For Your Friday Photo Orgy 40 Images

    40 Most Enjoyable Images For Your Friday Photo Orgy

    Start your weekend fun early

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  • When Fishermen Land On a School of Fish 03:01

    When Fishermen Land On a School of Fish

    When Fishermen Land On a School of Fish

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  • Tesla Model X tows a Boeing Dreamliner in new record 01:00

    Tesla Model X tows a Boeing Dreamliner in new record

    First time ever a passenger airliner has been hitched to an electric vehicle for towing. On a remote taxiway at Melbourne Airport, a Tesla Model X P100D tows a Boeing 787-9 Dreamliner.

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  • Pic Dump of 57 Random Pictures From The Web 57 Images

    Pic Dump of 57 Random Pictures From The Web

    Pic Dump of 57 Random Pictures From The Web

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  • 19 Rather Interesting Pics To Start Your Week 19 Images

    19 Rather Interesting Pics To Start Your Week

    Enrich your day with this assortment of stuff you didn't know existed.

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  • Random Images From The World Wide Web 15 Images

    Random Images From The World Wide Web

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    Random Images From The World Wide Web

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  • NASA shows off the technology of their Mars Helicopter 01:22

    NASA shows off the technology of their Mars Helicopter

    The US space agency said Friday it plans to launch the first-ever helicopter to Mars in 2020, a miniature, unmanned drone-like chopper that could boost our understanding of the Red Planet.

    Known simply as "The Mars Helicopter," the device weighs less than four pounds (1.8 kilograms), and its main body section, or fuselage, is about the size of a softball.

    It will be attached to the belly pan of the Mars 2020 rover, a wheeled robot that aims to determine the habitability of the Martian environment, search for signs of ancient life, and assess natural resources and hazards for future human explorers.

    Mars 2020 is planned for launch in July 2020 with an arrival on the surface of Mars expected in February 2021.

    "NASA has a proud history of firsts," said NASA Administrator Jim Bridenstine in a statement.

    "The idea of a helicopter flying the skies of another planet is thrilling."

    No nation has ever flown an helicopter on Mars before.

    - Thin atmosphere -

    The undertaking began in August 2013 as a technology development project at NASA's Jet Propulsion Laboratory.

    In order to fly in Mars' thin atmosphere, the space helicopter has to be super light, yet as powerful as possible.

    "The altitude record for a helicopter flying here on Earth is about 40,000 feet (12,100 meters)," said Mimi Aung, Mars Helicopter project manager at NASA's Jet Propulsion Laboratory.

    "The atmosphere of Mars is only one percent that of Earth, so when our helicopter is on the Martian surface, it's already at the Earth equivalent of 100,000 feet up (30,500 meters)," she added.

    Engineers built the copter's twin, counter-rotating blades to "bite into the thin Martian atmosphere at almost 3,000 rpm -- about 10 times the rate of a helicopter on Earth," said a NASA statement.

    The helicopter is equipped with "solar cells to charge its lithium-ion batteries, and a heating mechanism to keep it warm through the cold Martian nights."

    Controllers on Earth will command the Mars Helicopter, which was designed to receive and interpret commands from the ground.

    Plans are being laid for a 30-day flight test, with five flights going incrementally further each time, up to a few hundred yards (meters).

    Its first flight calls for a brief vertical climb of 10 feet (three meters), followed by hovering for a half minute.

    NASA views the copter as a "high-risk, high-reward technology demonstration," it said.

    If successful, it could be a model for scouting on future Mars missions, able to access places the human-built rovers cannot reach.

    If it fails, it will not impact the Mars 2020 mission.

    "The ability to see clearly what lies beyond the next hill is crucial for future explorers," said NASA's Thomas Zurbuchen, associate administrator for the science mission directorate.

    "We already have great views of Mars from the surface as well as from orbit. With the added dimension of a bird's-eye view from a 'marscopter,' we can only imagine what future missions will achieve."

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  • Blue Angels F-18 Reveals Surprise During Takeoff 01:20

    Blue Angels F-18 Reveals Surprise During Takeoff

    Video of the U.S. Navy Flight Demonstration Squadron, the Blue Angels, performing at the Marine Corps Air Station Cherry Point Air Show 2018.

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  • 36 Badass Facts About Game Of Thrones 36 Images

    36 Badass Facts About Game Of Thrones

    Enjoy some amazing trivia from the hit series Game of Thrones

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  • Future of War? Google's Robots Are Now Capable of Running And Avoiding Objects Autonomously 00:34

    Future of War? Google's Robots Are Now Capable of Running And Avoiding Objects Autonomously

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    Boston Dynamics’ robots look more natural and more amazing with each video, and today the company posted two more clips to its YouTube channel showing the latest progress of its Atlas and SpotMini robots.

    The clips don’t reveal much we haven’t seen before, but they both show how naturally these robots are able to move around. In one video, Atlas, the humanoid robot, goes for a jog in a grassy yard that appears to be sloped here and there.

    It pauses at one point to jump over a log; while the jump isn’t the most elegant of its movements, it’s not exactly a surprise the robot can accomplish this: we saw it doing a backflip last year.

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  • 27 Great Gaming Memes And Pics That Are A Feast For The Eyes 26 Images

    27 Great Gaming Memes And Pics That Are A Feast For The Eyes

    Prepare yourself to have many lives and live each one as a hero.

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  • 30 Gender Switched Cosplays are Pretty Cool 30 Images

    30 Gender Switched Cosplays are Pretty Cool

    When females dress up as male characters and vice versa the effect may surprise.

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  • Remarkable footage shows an Airbus A350 doing an impression of a fighter jet and performing a near-VERTICAL take-off 00:43

    Remarkable footage shows an Airbus A350 doing an impression of a fighter jet and performing a near-VERTICAL take-off

    Incredible footage shows a commercial plane performing a near-vertical take-off at a convention in Germany.

    The stunning clip was taken at the Innovation and Leadership in Aerospace (ILA) convention in Berlin last month.

    It shows the aircraft - an A350-900XWB which boasts Rolls-Royce engines - take off at an incredible angle.

    The aerobatics were carried out by an aircraft which regularly features at air shows

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  • WORLD's BIGGEST MALL In Miami Would Have Waterslides, an Amusement Park, and Shopping All in One 01:56

    WORLD's BIGGEST MALL In Miami Would Have Waterslides, an Amusement Park, and Shopping All in One

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    A mega mall and entertainment complex in Northwest Miami-Dade that would dwarf any other appears to be on course for approval, but not without controversy.

    It’s called the American Dream.

    It would be the largest mall in the world.

    A shopping and entertainment complex slated to go up on vacant land south of where the Florida Turnpike and I-75 meet near Broward County.

    “We are not a run-of-the-mill mall,” said attorney Miguel Diaz de la Portilla, who represents the developers of the mall project. “We’re a family destination. We’re an entertainment complex. We’re a job-creating vehicle for Miami-Dade County.”

    Developers say the retail shops, indoor pool and beach, waterslides and ski slopes would hire 14,000 people.

    “We fully want to see this happen,” said Miami-Dade resident Ken Forrest. “Because it helps to improve the overall tourism industry.”

    A local mother told the planning board the American Dream would save a drive to Disney World in Orlando, some three-plus hours away from Miami-Dade.

    “As a mother of four small children, I’m very excited about the prospect of having a theme park for them,” said Homestead resident and mother Summer Davis.

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  • 32 Awesome Photos To Keep You Up 32 Images

    32 Awesome Photos To Keep You Up

    32 Very cool pics that will either rock you not-so-gently to sleep or keep you up the whole night. Could go either way.

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  • Would You Ride in One of Ubers Flying Taxis? The CEO Just Revealed the Future of Taxis 06:09

    Would You Ride in One of Ubers Flying Taxis? The CEO Just Revealed the Future of Taxis

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    Uber is releasing new information about Uber Air, an ambitious plan to launch a fleet of autonomous flying taxis in two years. "CBS This Morning" got the first look at the design models that will be on display at Tuesday's Uber Elevate Summit in Los Angeles.

    "We think cities are going to go vertical in terms of transportation and we want to make that a reality," Dara Khosrowshahi told CBS News' Bianna Golodryga.

    The Uber CEO said their new model of an air taxi shows the company's vision for the future of transportation. It's a world where passengers request an Uber Air on their phone, then head to rooftop sky ports where the aircraft take off.

    "We want to create the network around those vehicles so that regular people can take these taxis in the air for longer distances when they want to avoid traffic at affordable prices," Khosrowshahi said.

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  • NASA's Now Testing Sound Barrier Breaking Supersonic Planes That Are Meant for Commercial Use 01:51

    NASA's Now Testing Sound Barrier Breaking Supersonic Planes That Are Meant for Commercial Use

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    Imagine flying from New York to Los Angeles, normally a six-hour ordeal, in under three hours. NASA is hoping that will one day be a reality as it works to prove that quiet supersonic commercial travel is possible.

    The agency will be conducting a series of flights in November off the shores of Galveston, Texas, an island city outside of Houston. It’s a test to determine how to best study people’s reactions to quiet supersonic jets.

    “This project, QSF 18, is a test so we can test the methodology for future community response testing for projects like the LBFD,” said Larry Cliatt, principal investigator for NASA.

    LBFD is NASA’s low boom flight demonstrator—a supersonic aircraft that reduces the sound of the sonic boom. Lockheed Martin Aeronautics Company is working with NASA on its design. With low boom flights, NASA said it “intends to gather data on how effective quiet supersonic technology is in terms of public acceptance.”

    The Federal Aviation Administration generally prohibits supersonic flight over land.

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  • U.S. Army Air Assault School: Day Zero Obstacle Course 01:16

    U.S. Army Air Assault School: Day Zero Obstacle Course

    U.S. Army Soldiers take on the 10th Mountain Division Light Fighters School obstacle course during day zero of Air Assault School at Fort Drum, New York.

    Air Assault School is physically and emotionally demanding and, by design, it weeds out those who don’t meet the requirements of the course.

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  • This Bathroom Is Located In Sulphur Springs, Texas Is Made Entirely Out Of Glass! 00:27

    This Bathroom Is Located In Sulphur Springs, Texas Is Made Entirely Out Of Glass! "Would You Use It"

    The bathroom is located in Sulphur Springs, Texas. I wonder if they can be used at night when lights would be needed inside it which could possibly make it easier to look inside.

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  • Exciting look at Virgin Hyperloop One 'cargo pods' set for Dubai 02:06

    Exciting look at Virgin Hyperloop One 'cargo pods' set for Dubai

    Hyperloop technology that will transport people on 'levitating pods' at 760mph (1,223km/h) could transform the way we travel.

    But it's not just passengers that will feel the benefits.

    Architect Foster and Partners has designed concept pods that can move cargo at these incredible speeds at the same cost as existing systems and with less pollution.

    The London-based firm has teamed up with Richard Branson's Virgin Hyperloop One, one of the two consortiums developing the technology.

    Alongside ports operator DP World, they plan to develop the first intercontinental Hyperloop cargo route through Asia, the Middle East and Europe.

    The consortium says they will have three 'production systems' in service by 2021.

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  • Take a look at the world's longest cruise ship: The Viking Sun 00:29

    Take a look at the world's longest cruise ship: The Viking Sun

    The World's longest cruise ship, the Viking Sun, was built in 2017. It's length is 228m, its breadth 24m and it weights 47,800 tonnes. It is in the Viking Ocean Cruises line.

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  • World's Highest Paved Road Doesn't Even Look Real 01:00

    World's Highest Paved Road Doesn't Even Look Real

    The Karakoram Highway, Hunza, Pakistan has scenery that almost looks fake.

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  • Woman Does Amazing Backfip And Lands In An Impressive Full Split With A Smile On Her Face! 00:10
  • 16 Photos to Remind You That Life is Beautiful 16 Images

    16 Photos to Remind You That Life is Beautiful

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    I didn't ask to feel these feelings. Who's peeling onions?

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  • 40 Killer Pics To Rule The Weekend! 40 Images

    40 Killer Pics To Rule The Weekend!

    Kick ass images to enjoy

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  • 23 Star Wars Pics That Will Bring Balance to the Force 23 Images

    23 Star Wars Pics That Will Bring Balance to the Force

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    May the Fourth be with you!

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  • CH-53E Super Stallion Helicopter Lifting 10,000-pound Howitzer 03:06

    CH-53E Super Stallion Helicopter Lifting 10,000-pound Howitzer

    Marines with 1st Battalion, 12th Marines and Combat Logistics Battalion 8 perform an external lift with a CH-53E Super Stallion helicopter to move an M777 Howitzer to its firing position during Integrated Training Exercise 3-18 aboard the Marine Corps Air Ground Combat Center, Twentynine Palms, California.

    The CH-53E Super Stallion is the Marine Corps' primary heavy lift helicopter, and is currently the largest and heaviest helicopter in the United States military inventory.

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