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Destin of SmarterEveryDay teams up with a champion bullwhip artist and some ultra-slow motion cameras and reflective markers to study the physics of what’s happening when cracking a whip breaks the sound barrier.

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A wild eastern quoll in Tasmania.

“From her struggling early days to her successful heyday, you’ll see the Lucy you love and meet the Lucy you never knew — the incredible woman behind the public persona. In ‘Finding Lucy,’ you’ll find yourself falling in love with Lucille Ball all over again.”

Ukrainian artist Alexey Kondakov’s series, “The Daily Life Of Gods.”

“They look like stoner/skater dudes just stealing some snacks, so I feel chaotic neutral is the alignment here. Though, the argument could be made that while they’re Lawful Evil, those laws are toward themselves. They don’t respect the law of the land but their own laws – hence why they don’t mind grabbing some free snacks (and do so without truly holding up the shop, just nabbing a few snacks with a clever distraction) – and also act to rescue the shop owner when a true antagonist comes along. In the end, I have to agree with Chaotic Neutral though. They’re looking out for themselves, not necessarily interested in following laws if it means they can get some small nice stuff, but definitely still having a moral compass.”

A wild pony in the Grayson Highlands State Park, Virginia, by photographer Adam Welch.

Destin of SmarterEveryDay made this video for his precision-engineer father.

Ukrainian artist Alexey Kondakov’s series, “The Daily Life Of Gods.”

YouTuber JennaMarbles spends a relaxing day taking her dogs to the “spa.”

Wildlife Meadow, in London’s Olympic Park, August 2012, by photographer Kenan Malik.

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