Last spring, NASA's InSight Lander was launched into space on a journey to Mars. After landing on the Red Planet, the spacecraft's seismometer picked up the first sounds. What you hear are Martian winds blowing across the Elysium Planitia at around 10-15 mph.
After Fred Savage reprising his role as the innocent grandson from The Princess Bride, Deadpool and Fred Savage have a little disagreement at bedtime. It's something we've all argued about — how bad is the band Nickleback? Of course, Deadpool has a some evidence to back his position as a Nickleback fan. Once Upon A Deadpool
Secrid rose to prominence with their Cardprotector, a design award winner that kept cards from breaking and preventing unauthorized RFID/NFC scanning. Those same features are at the core of the Cardslide, but with some big upgrades. Not only does the high-quality aluminum casing keep your cards protected, but with one movement they slide out in overlapping sequence for easy retrieval. It can hold up to six cards, or use the space for notes, coins, and keys instead. Either way, the Cardslide is tough and durable yet lightweight.
Built to track two time zones at once, a GMT is a must-have for watch aficionados that travel. This example from Bamford stands out, featuring a black dial with a 3 O'Clock date window, icy blue indices, and a matte black case. The dark case and dial contrast beautifully with the blue markers for top-notch visibility that give this GMT an almost futuristic vibe. The watch is powered by a self-winding Sellita GMT movement that uses a central hand and a rotating inner bezel to track a second timezone that is operated using an independent crown. Perfect for jet setters as well as collectors with a keen fashion sense, the timepiece is protected by sapphire crystal glass and finished with a matte black stainless steel bracelet to match the case.
Case Diameter: 40mm / Water Resistance: 100m / Glass: Sapphire Crystal / Lug Width: 20mm / Movement: Sellita SW330-1 / Power Reserve: up to 42 hours / Jewels: 25
Winter is here — and that means snow. And snow means skiing and snowboarding, the latter of which is one of Christian Haller's favorite pastimes. The Swiss Olympian and snowboarder got together with a few of his friends to do some free-riding in fresh powder, the title of the video comes from the anagram of "sense of feeling things".
Everything is awesome at Emmet's holiday party in Apocalypseburg. He and the Apocalypseburgers celebrate the holidays with a quiet little neighborhood shindig with just a few of their closest friends and a tree you can see from space. The LEGO Movie 2: The Second Part will be in theaters February 8, 2019.
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Cameras, smart locks, entry and motion sensors — the Simplisafe Home Security System keeps you covered the inside out. Its collection of devices doesn't just alert you of an intruder, they also have 24/7 Professional Monitoring that contacts to the police. They provide eyewitness accounts including the invader's whereabouts, if they're armed, and what they're up to, resulting in a dispatch that is 3.5 times faster. But their security isn't only about intruders. The system can also protect your home from other threats like fires, carbon monoxide, and water damage.
As seen in Uncrate Issue 04.
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Marvel's latest blockbuster took audiences to the world of Wakanda, the hidden African city-state of the Black Pather comic books. Industrial Light & Magic was responsible for creating the big screen vision of the world of Wakanda, from the city itself to the surrounding country and otherworldly locations like the Astral Plane. Watch how computer-generated environments and effects combined with real sets to bring this fantasy world to life.
For 700 years, the Japanese musical theater Noh has been performed, unchanged, since its inception. Michishige Udaka is the last Noh performer in the world who also carves his own masks worn in the performance; each mask can be handed down over generations. Udaka talks about his lifelong study of Noh and the spiritual connection he feels to the high art.