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Rocket scientist Mark Rober tried this once before with somewhat disappointing results. He NAILED it on the second go, though!

A fiddlehead dew “snowflake” by photographer IG@lensa.kecil21.

Today we explore the famous Singer Tower, a New York City skyscraper that once defined an era, and has now been completely forgotten. Upon its completion it was the tallest building in the world, surpassing Philadelphia’s city hall which was the previous record holder. The Singer building was one of the world’s most beautiful examples of urban architecture – now it is an example of poor historic preservation.

Boulder opal from Australia by photographer Derek Baird.

Let’s see what happens when a baseball exceeds the speed of sound. Destin of SmarterEveryDay says, “I have been wanting to build this thing as long as I understood the physics of how it all works.”

Downtown Los Angeles at sunset, taken from Rancho Palos Verdes by photographer Bob Marrocco.

The lads at How Ridiculous aim to find out!

High-quality star rose quartz in stock material from the deposit Governador Valadares in the Brazilian state of Minas Gerais, by Golden Hour Minerals.

Bird whisperer and animal rescuer A Chick Called Albert says, “By chance I got hold of the smallest pigeon egg in the world. When I visited a 70-year-old bird lover who was sick, I encountered this rare species from Australia. Diamond doves are so sweet and beautiful, I fell in love with them right away. The one I raised has become very tame, she’s a great friend.”

Adorable harvest mouse in a tulip, by photographer Miles Herbert.

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