Immer am Wochenende (Bleiben wir realistisch: soweit möglich.) gibt es hier einen Sammelpost mit allem, was es nicht zu einem eigenen Artikel gebracht hat. Das ist mal mehr, mal weniger. Mal gucken, wie’s klappt.

➔ scared sausages

Die wissen, was ihnen blüht.


➔ Kiko liebt das eiskalte Händchen

Geht doch nix über ne gute Massage.


➔ Ancient Rome reconstructed

Könnte ich mir stundenlang angucken.


➔ Mumbai boy miraculously escapes after being run over by a car

War was?


➔ How Physics And Design Make Some Bullets More Destructive Than Others


Not all bullets are created equal. Even rounds that look similar, or are similar in size, can cause dramatically different wounds. We explore the science behind how speed, mass and shape can make some bullets more destructive than others.


➔ Deer Season


➔ Todessehnsucht am Phoksundo-See


➔ This 101-Year-Old Tattoo Artist Is the Last of Her Kind


Whang-Od is the last remaining mambabatok—a tattoo artist in the Philippines using traditional hand-tap methods. At 101 years old, she is the last master of the thousand-year-old trade that first began as a way to honor warriors in battle. Using a hammer and thorns, Whang-Od taps coal ink into skin. Today, she is training her grandniece to carry on her legacy, keeping the family mamababatok tradition alive.


➔ Zebrafish embryo growing its elaborate sensory nervous system


Zebrafish embryo growing its elaborate sensory nervous system (visualized over 16 hours of development)


➔ Moth drinks tears from sleeping antbird’s eyes


Strategy appears to be an unusual way to get nutrients
➔ Rare Footage Captures Moth Slurping Tears From a Sleeping Bird’s Eyeball


➔ When Disaster Strikes, They’re on the Ready


Disaster doesn’t strike on schedule, so Los Topos, aka, “the moles,” stay always on the ready. The rescue brigade, which formed after the notorious 1985 Mexico City earthquake, risks it all to free those trapped beneath rubble. Dentists, lawyers, architects and beyond by day, the legendary volunteer crew is rigorously trained and completely unpaid. Today, they’ve lent a helping hand all over the world, from countries in Central America to Nepal, Indonesia and Haiti.


➔ Fantastic Feast


➔ The Hindu Bagpipers of New Jersey


Shree Muktajeevan Swamibapa Pipe Band leader Tushar Patel knows that kilt-wearing Indian bagpipe players aren’t something you see every day. Affiliated with the Shree Swaminarayan Temple in Secaucus, New Jersey, the bagpipe troupe was born of its spiritual leader’s love for the folk instrument. Today, these self-taught musicians proudly blend Indian, Scottish and American aesthetics and influences and dedicate themselves to spreading a message of peace and unity.


➔ The winding beauty of the world’s rivers, seen from space

These images from space show how the world’s rivers are both wild, delicate environments and vital arteries for human civilization around the world.


➔ Here are the bizarre services you can get from China’s trendiest hotpot restaurant

For Chinese diners, Haidilao’s quirky offerings extend far beyond the menu. Customers keep returning because of Haidilao’s unique attentiveness to customers. Here are some of the beloved services they have come to expect from the hotpot chain—almost all of which are offered without charge.


➔ Thermostat 6


Diane ne peut plus faire semblant de ne pas voir la fuite qui coule au-dessus de la table du repas familial…


➔ Bartleby


An unassuming Wall Street lawyer finds himself beset by a new employee, Bartleby, who refuses to work–in an ongoing act of passive refusal, he simply ‚prefers not to.‘ A quiet, dogged battle of the wills ensues in this stop-motion reimagining of a Melville classic.


Vorheriger ArtikelHeute gelernt: Warum wir OK sagen
Nächster ArtikelKurzfilm: Mamoon
el flojo
Ruhrpottjunge im Rheinland. Gewaltbereiter Pazifist. Entspannter Choleriker. Freund des gepflegten Kurzfilms und sinnvoll aneinandergereihter Buchstaben. Macht den Scheiß hier seit 2000 und denkt nicht daran, es bleiben zu lassen. Warum auch? Ach ja, der Name. Kommt aus dem Spanischen, bedeutet soviel wie "der Faule" und spricht sich el flocho.

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