Everyone knows that cats always land on their feet when they fall, but how do they do that? The phenomenon perplexed the nerdy cat owner who runs Smarter Every Day, so he set up his high speed camera and began testing with his kitty, dropping his pet upside down.
The physics behind the phenomenon of cats always landing on their feet is even more amazing once you begin to understand the science behind it.
The nerdy cat video (which is just a perfect recipe for the Internet) has naturally gone viral, amassing over 125,000 hits in just two days. It is already featured on the coveted YouTubeTrends.
Read more: http://www.viralviralvideos.com/2012/08/10/cat-flipping-over-to-land-on-its-feet-in-super-slow-motion/
This new video by Tyler Johnson puts The Matrix’s bullet time special effects to shame. Using his own homemade camera array out of 24 GoPro cameras, Tyler captured Go Pro Camera‘s music supervisor David Kelley breathing fire in flow motion that has the web drooling.
Read more: http://www.viralviralvideos.com/2013/10/17/fire-breathing-with-gopro-array/
This nearly two month old video has just gone viral now, being covered on 22Words and SIS. While playing with one of the dogs, this cat used a floating surfboard in the pool to cross the water barrier, escaping the chase all while staying dry.
It’s a dramatic, nail-biting scene fit for an action movie.
Read more: http://www.viralviralvideos.com/2012/08/09/cat-being-chased-by-dog-crosses-pool-using-surf-board/
Everyone online knows that cats are extremely agile, lithe, and athletic. That’s just one reason why they are such captivating creatures. Maxime Dehaye was at the tiger exhibit at the zoo when it was feeding time. He was lucky enough to capture the exact moment when one of the tigers jumped nearly as high as the fence to catch a giant hunk of meat. Dinner time!
Read more: http://www.viralviralvideos.com/2014/12/31/tiger-jumping-to-catch-meat-in-slow-motion-is-glorious/