Here's four minutes worth of people having a worse morning than you.
Because watching stuff burst into flames is awesome, Grant Thompson took the screen from an old TV and transformed it into a giant magnifying lens. With the power of the sun, he used a blazing 2000ºF to burst a glass bottle, melt pennies, and serve breakfast to him family.
When it comes to a Scotch on the rocks, the ice is just as important as the whiskey. That's why the Ice Baller Double has teamed up with The Macallan to create the perfect accompaniment to your drink. Unlike most ice molds that deliver cloudy and imperfect ice, this one uses directional freezing to remove all air bubbles and impurities for crystal-clear spheres. The device also ensures you the ideal size and shape, creating slow-melting ice balls that'll keep your drink colder longer, without watering it down. The special edition is available for a limited time in a sleek matte black package.
Presented by Wintersmiths.
So far, we've seen toy trains, LEGOS, beer, and even people float up to space on a balloon and then fall back to Earth. David Windestål decided he wanted to create a smoother, first-person look from above, so he sent a remote controlled plane to the edge of space and gracefully flew it back to our home planet. The results are mesmerizing.