LOL: Jurassic Goat (Jurassic Park Goat Version)

Here’s your ration of screaming goats for today.

Las cabras pueden ser más peligrosas que un dinosaurio. Sobretodo si se ponen a cantar.

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Which Was The Best Game? ZELDA: A Link to the Past or Ocarina of Time? [Sequelitis]

Is Ocarina of Time REALLY the masterpiece we all say it is? What did it do to change how Zelda games are made? How much hate mail WILL I get for this?!

WTH: Where’s the Cuttlefish??!?

Cuttlefish change the patterns on their body for courtship rituals, when they eat a snack, and most famously when they want to blend in.

How they change their skin patterns may tell us something about how they see the world, says Duke biologist Sarah Zylinski. Her work suggests that when cuttlefish see incomplete shapes, they fill in the visual blanks — much like humans do.

Do Try This At Home: How to Make Something Invisible [At-Bristol Science Centre]

Invisibility cloaks might sound like science fiction, but Ross of the Live Science Team shows you how a trick of light can make things disappear in this great experiment to try at home!

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Tetris Theme on Wine Glasses (Wine Glass Tetris)

This is the original Tetris theme or Tetris Soundtrack, played on wine glasses by Dan Newbie.

The name of the Tetris theme song is “Korobeiniki” (Russian: Коробейники, English translation: Peddlers). This theme song is actually a nineteenth-century Russian folk song that tells of a meeting between a peddler and a girl, in which they haggle over the price of goods in a veiled metaphor for courtship. Outside Russia, “Korobeiniki” is widely known because of its appearance in Nintendo’s 1989 version of Tetris and is often referred to as “The Tetris Song” or “The Tetris Theme.”

After arrangements of “Korobeiniki” first appeared in Spectrum Holobyte’s Apple IIgs and Mac versions of Tetris, the song was re-arranged in 1989 by Hirokazu Tanaka as the “Type A” accompaniment in Nintendo’s Game Boy version of Tetris. It has since become closely associated with the game in Western popular culture. In 2008, UGO listed the Tetris theme as the 3rd best videogame music of all time.

Available on iTunes.

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Epic and Awesome: Akira Player Piano

Award winning Composer & Pianist Sonya Belousova and Director Tom Grey bring the classic Japanese anime, Akira, to life in the premiere episode of Player Piano on the Geek & Sundry Network.

Featuring Cellist Eru Matsumoto.

Available on iTunes.

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