We all have one: a character from an otherwise great piece of media who is obnoxious or horrible in some way. Is there a character that you don't usually admit to liking? Confess your terrible character love here. We'll understand.
In the late 19th century, the Howell torpedo was an incredibly advanced piece of military equipment, a breakthrough device in the United States' quest to achieve naval dominance. But only one surviving Howell torpedo was known to exist—until Navy dolphins nosed up another.
The latest 60-second Speedrun through a science fiction movie takes us through the action-packed mayhem of Aliens, from Jonesy to Ripley's power loader. Those Xenomorphs are still vicious in this format, so watch out.
Kasia Jackowska's Drawing Mathematics series takes an unusually adorable approach to illustrating mathematical concepts. The Pythagorean Theorem and Sierpinski triangles are conveyed through drawings of elephants, snakes, and deer.
Did you know that working around a certain chemical can make your jaw glow green and have to be chopped off? Not your teeth. Not your bones. Not your head. Your jaw. Learn what happens when biochemistry gets terrifyingly specific.
Ami Thompson's cartoon Basilisk clocks in at just over a minute and a half, but there's plenty of great animation packed into that short time span. Watch as a water-running treasure hunter flees a tentacle-tongued monster.
Sydney's Homebush Bay is home to many a broken and forgotten ship, but at least one of those derelict boats still houses a bit of life. The SS Ayrfield, long decommissioned, has a mangrove forest growing from its corpse.