Friday Links!From Kevin W, and this link actually contains ten videos: unusual scientific phenomena videos.
A new installment of Matt Sakey's excellent Culture Clash column is up. This month, The Game of Life.
From Sirius, and this looks insanely difficult, it's an 8-year-old boy break dancing--performing 30 air flairs. Also, a bizarre yet entirely brilliant discovery: Gold Nanoparticles Could Transform Trees Into Street Lights. Here's one more: In the Grip of the New Monopolists. Wait, she isn't done yet: the magic pill that turns sour into sweet.
From DQ Reader My Wife, a story from The Onion: Oprah Invites Hundreds Of Lucky Fans To Be Buried With Her In Massive Tomb.
From John Rodriguez, and this video is amazing: Lewis Crathern Kite-jumps Brighton Pier.
From The Edwin Garcia Links Machine, the staggeringly beautiful cliff temples of India.
From Frank Regan, and trust me, you want to see this: a 15-story building built in two days. That's not a typo. Oh, and here's something else that is also excellent: an interactive story version of Night Of The Living Dead.
From Jonathan Arnold, a smokestack demolition gone awry.
If you've ever played Pop-A-Shot, you need to see this girl. "Fast" and "accurate" don't even begin to describe her.
From DQ Fitness Advisor Doug Walsh, the new video by Danny Macaskill, who is a freakishly excellent BMX rider. It's called Way Back Home.
From Jeremy Fischer, a video from comedian Tim Hawkins, with a routine about classic rock songs being updated to reflect the singer's age.