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Imagine living in a world surrounded by mind-blowing awesomeness at every turn. That’d be pretty cool, right? Well, no need to imagine because that’s exactly the world we live in. And we have the video evidence to prove it. So get ready to do a deep dive into the amazing sights, sounds, people, and animals of the world we share.

3 out of 4 Americans drink coffee everyday, and 41% of them prefer black coffee. I think 100% of them might change their mind if presented with a coffee drink like this.

Drinking fresh squeezed pomegranate juice like this has many health benefits. It’s shown to lower blood pressure, contains antioxidants and vitamin C, improves digestive health, and improves insulin resistance. And it has the benefit of being delicious too.

Winter has a beauty all its own. And if you love it so much, you can always move to either Oymyakon or Verkhoyansk in Northeast Russia that compete for the title of coldest climate and enjoy winter all year round.

This beauty is a red-eyed tree frog native to Central and South America. Although not poisonous, a lot of colorful frogs are. Notable amongst this species is the fact that females are bigger than the males.

When the rain starts to fall, there’s no escaping it. Especially when it chases you down.

Parachuting while shooting fireworks from your feet is impressive enough, but a perfect landing like this is just showing off.

When the boss is away, any long metal coil can become a slinky if you want it to be. This proves that there’s still a kid in all of us deep down somewhere.

Bamboo like this is the fastest growing plant in the world and is actually a large grass and not a tree. It also plays a crucial role in many societies as a building material, source of food, and can be used to fashion tools, weapons, and any number of useful items.

Here’s a perfect entry in the “Why the heck would somebody invent this” contest. Although I gotta give points to whoever came up with a product this utterly useless.

We need to have a vote on this one in the comments. Is this the best dishwashing appliance ever, or is it pointless when compared to simply loading dishes into a traditional dishwasher? Although interesting, I’m going with pointless. Let us know what you think.

Magnetism, or electromagnetism, has a magic all its own being one of the 4 fundamental forces of nature, but it can also be beautiful when applied appropriately like in this setup of iron shavings in water.

If your mouth doesn’t water after watching this clip, you may need to check your pulse. I can even hear the sound of the ice cream truck off in the distance somewhere.

I didn’t believe in magic until I saw this next clip. OK…Maybe not magic, but you have to admit there’s some pretty cool engineering that went into this. See for yourself.

OK. I gotta admit this coffee art is pretty cool, but how many of you out there would rather have your coffee served faster versus having to wait for the barista to create a design that you’re just going to drink anyways? Maybe I’m just a hater? Enjoy your coffee however you want.

Murano glass from the island of Murano in Northern Italy is generally considered the most expensive and sought after blown glass in the world with the most expensive piece by Thomas Stearns being sold for $737,000 back in 2018. How much would you pay for a giant blown glass bug like this?

Steel coils like this can have many uses and vary depending on the industry. Some of its most popular applications include pipe-manufacturing, structural steel members, electronic components, consumer goods, and automotive parts just to name a few.

Molecular gastronomy is a movement that incorporates science and new techniques in the preparation, transformation, and artistic presentation of food. Cool, but prepare yourself to pay through the nose anytime you hear the words, “Molecular Gastronomy.”

Colored bubbles. Yes…Colored bubbles are responsible for the beauty you see here on these vases, if you can believe it.

That brings us to the end of today’s journey. Thanks for coming along for the ride. As we cruise in for a landing, please hit that like button, and be sure to subscribe to our channel. We’re putting up new videos on a regular basis exclusively for your viewing pleasure. See you next time.

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