Geoff Fox lives in a small town in Connecticut, just north of New Haven, and like millions of other Americans living in the Northeast, was hit by the big blizzard. But Fox had the premonition to set up his GoPro camera on the backyard decade in timelapse made to capture the action.
The only reason the video ends so early, he claims, is because the snow rose so quickly, it covered the lens. Now, his video is going viral, and has already garnered over 40,000 views in one day.
Read more: http://www.viralviralvideos.com/2013/02/09/northeast-blizzard-of-2013-timelapse/
The people at NASA dont always have their heads above the clouds, looking outwards. They just as often use their incredible technology and expertise to get a bit introspective and gaze down onto Earth.
Using datareceived from numerous satellites, this incredible animation shows the 12-month cycle of Earths seasons. As well as showing the vegetative plantlife on land, it also shows the chlorophyll concentration from microscopic organisms called phytoplankton in the ocean.
The parts where the land looks brown and barren are regions of Earth experiencing their winter months, whereas during summer you’ll see a lush green.
Read more: http://www.iflscience.com/environment/nasa-video-shows-mother-nature-pulse-life
It’s been a relatively mild winter in America so far, but it seems that could all change. FernieAlpineResort in Canada right above Montana wants people to know that it is not mild up north at all. They just had over four feet of snow fall recently, and had professional skier Dylan Siggers show off what skiing in a true winter wonderland is like with an awesome and unique GoPro point of view.
Read more: http://www.viralviralvideos.com/2012/01/19/skiing-through-a-canadian-blizzard/
Much of the South, including Alabama, has been hit by a rare snow storm.
Mikeg lives in Alabama and let his cat Sophie out to play in the rare snow for the first time. Naturally, the cat didn’t know how to react to the cold white stuff and freaked out.
The video has gone viral with over 100,000 hits!
Read more: http://www.viralviralvideos.com/2014/01/31/cat-in-alabama-reacts-to-snow-for-first-time/
Cats are agile, lithe, and graceful creatures. Except when snow and ice are involved.
Waffles the cat demonstrates this fact as it attempted to jump from the roof of an icy car to the roof of the garage, but ended up slipping and falling as if in a cartoon.
The brand new video by YakStudios has gone viral with over 220,000 views already.
Read more: http://www.viralviralvideos.com/2013/12/17/waffles-the-cat-slips-on-ice-and-fails-jump/