In this Toronto International Film Festival selection, sticks and stones become machine guns and grenades when an after-school game of capture-the-flag gets brutally intense.
Laugh now, because once DARPA's swagbot finds a way off that treadmill, it'll be the only thing "Stayin' Alive."
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For the more active folks among us, the Acuatico Automatic Watch is prepared to meet every challenge head-on. Built with adventure in mind, the timepiece is powered by the energy of your wrist's motion. It features a Japanese Miyota automatic movement that is self-winding and has a 40 hour power reserve. It also boasts a scratch resistant sapphire crystal, and a unidirectional rotating diver bezel with luminescent number and marker fill for low light visibility. Tough and reliable enough to handle whatever daring activity you have in mind next, whether it's on land or in the water.
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If you're considering getting 7 billion of your closest friends to head out to Los Angeles for a rotation-changing jump party, don't waste your time. Vsauce explains exactly how insignificant we all are compared to Earth's massive mass.