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96%VideoOct 2014

Extreme enduro city race POV

(3:04) Action from Extreme XL de Lagares. Beta team rider Ben Hemingway takes on KTM's Andreas Lettenbichler through the narrow streets and stairs of Porto in Portugal.

95%VideoJun 2011

Walt Disney's MultiPlane Camera (1957)

(7:21) Walt Disney explains the MultiPlane Camera, designed to create 3D from 2D. Probably the most advanced tool ever made in the field of animation before the computer arrived.

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95%VideoSep 2011

Tom Cruise test drives an F1 racing car

(6:03) 13-time Grand Prix winner, David Coulthard instructs Tom Cruise in the nuances of driving an F1 car at Willow Springs circuit in California.

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94%AnimationMar 2013

GMO A-Go-Go

(9:23) The truth about GMOs (Genetically Modified Organisms) and how big business is involved in the food you eat.

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94%VideoOct 2014

Terrifying mountain bike run down the face of a mountain

(1:35) Join Canadian mountain biker Brett Rheeder on his qualifier run at Red Bull Rampage 2014. It's scary stuff.

94%VideoMar 2015

Monsanto lobbyist refuses to drink water he claims is safe

(0:43) He's not stupid...

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94%VideoOct 2013

Red Bull Stratos - Technical POV of highest parachute jump ever

(9:25) October 14, 2012: Austrian daredevil and skydiver Felix Baumgartner jumped out of a helium balloon 24 miles up, and descended reaching a speed of Mach 1.25 (843 mph). He was the first person to break the sound barrier without vehicular power.

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93%VideoSep 2014

Dash cam footage from a different planet

(1:32) Actually it's Chelyabinsk in Russia.

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93%VideoOct 2011

Steve Jobs calls Starbucks

Convenience at your fingertips. During his introduction to the original iPhone at MacWorld 2007, Steve Jobs demonstrated Google Maps on iPhone.

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93%AnimationOct 2011

Citizens United vs FEC

(8:51) Mitt Romney said corporations are people too. But are they? This is the story of the rise of corporations and why, although consisting of people, corporations cannot be described as people.

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