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Video Of The Week - The History Of Thanksgiving

By Meera Dolasia on November 24, 2014
Video Of The Week - The History Of Thanksgiving

On November 27th, North Americans will celebrate Thanksgiving, an annual holiday during which families and friends get together for a scrumptious feast and reflect on all the things they are grateful for. The ancient tradition dates all the way back to 1621, when the pilgrims celebrated their first harvest with a feast that lasted for three days. While most people are aware of that, very few know that the holiday was once celebrated several times a year or that Thanksgiving as we know it today, is possible thanks to 19th century writer, Sarah Josefa Hale.

Rocket-Powered Bicycle Leaves Ferrari F430 Scuderia In The Dust!

By Meera Dolasia on November 21, 2014
Rocket-Powered Bicycle Leaves Ferrari F430 Scuderia In The Dust!

With its slightly elongated frame, thick tires, normal brakes and pedals, Francois Gissy's two-wheeler looks just like any other high-end customized bike. However look closer, and you will notice a modification like none other - rocket thrusters that are filled with concentrated hydrogen peroxide that help the daredevil attain speeds that no man has reached before, on a bicycle.

Video Of The Week - Are Lions Losing Their Edge?

By Meera Dolasia on November 17, 2014
Video Of The Week - Are Lions Losing Their Edge?

Lions have been called the 'King of Beasts' for centuries and for good reason too - Not only are they majestic looking, but also, at the top of the food chain. Granted, it is the males that are awarded this designation, but the females are no slouches either. After all, they are the ones that do all the hunting.

Fuzzy Baby Robots Help Researchers Get Close To Shy Emperor Penguins

By Allegra Staples on November 10, 2014
Fuzzy Baby Robots Help Researchers Get Close To Shy Emperor Penguins

Most animals are skittish around people which makes observing them in the wild, a challenging endeavor for researchers. The issue is exacerbated with naturally shy creatures like emperor penguins, who show signs of physical distress in the presence of humans.

Nik Wallenda's Back-To-Back Tightrope Walks Across Chicago Skyscrapers Are Scarily Exciting!

By Meera Dolasia on November 6, 2014
Nik Wallenda's Back-To-Back Tightrope Walks Across Chicago Skyscrapers Are Scarily Exciting!

Mention Nik Wallenda and the first thing that comes to mind is that of the daredevil tightrope walking across long distances at insanely high altitudes. Over the years, the 35-year-old Florida resident has conducted numerous record-breaking feats, including one across the spectacular Niagara Falls. However, it is his most recent one that has people gasping in awe. That's because this time around, the aerialist decide to step it up a notch, by blindfolding himself!

Veterans Day - Honoring All Who Served

By Meera Dolasia on November 5, 2014
Veterans Day - Honoring All Who Served

Tuesday, November 11th, is Veterans Day - a special day set aside to pay tribute to the brave men and women of the armed forces who put their lives at risk to ensure that the rest of us can enjoy the freedom we often take for granted. These include members of the US Army, Navy, Marine Corps, Air Force and the Coast Guard.

Video Of The Week - Philips Creates Mesmerizing LED-Lit Night Skiing Movie

By Meera Dolasia on November 3, 2014
Video Of The Week - Philips Creates Mesmerizing LED-Lit Night Skiing Movie

Television advertisements have come a long way since luxury watch manufacturer Bulova aired the first 9-second clip in 1941. Today, companies like to publicize their wares in clever ways that subtly draw attention to their products or technology. The most recent example of this is "Afterglow", a branded content film created by Sweetwater Productions in collaboration with Swedish agency Ahlstrand & Wallgren to showcase the technology behind the new Philips Ambilight Television.

Lava From Hawaii's Kilauea Volcano Inching Scarily Close To Homes

By Meera Dolasia on October 31, 2014
Lava From Hawaii's Kilauea Volcano Inching Scarily Close To Homes

In early September, officials warned residents of the rural communities of the Ka'ohe Homestead and Pahoa on Hawaii's Big Island, that they might have to evacuate their homes because they were in the course of the hot lava that has been spewing from the Kilauea volcano since June.

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