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Hannibal Bank Seamount Expedition from Woods Hole Oceanographic Inst. on Vimeo.

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This seems like a normal ocean exploration video until about halfway through when they get to the unexpected discovery of thousands of crabs swarming together in murky water like a spooky horde of zombies.



The scientist in the video was unable to explain why the crabs were doing what they were doing but he does mention that this behavior has been seen before in insects.

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Tesla recently pushed an update to software on the Model S and Model X that included a not-so-secret Easter egg.  Elon Musk announced in a Tweet that if you press the autopilot button four times in quick succession, this rainbow road will pop up in the dashboard screen. Unfortunately, the new level doesn't include any theme music:

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Fatima Ptacek, the voice for Dora the Explorer, was caught vaping at school and given a suspension.  One of the friends she was with was expelled for the same and her parents have filed a lawsuit with the school saying that their reasoning was unfair. 

Via: Daily Doze
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According to Yahoo! News, this man followed a delivery guy into the building and waited until everyone had gone home to stroll around and make himself a meal.  


Via: Twacked420
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According to ABC7, a prank caller told a Burger King in Coon Rapids, Minnesota that they were from the fire department and that the employees needed to break all the windows to release "pressure" before the building exploded. 

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This is a step in the right direction toward self-driving trucks. This is part of the European Truck Platooning Challenge where trucks follow each other, connected by Wifi, to get to their destination. Unlike with human drivers, these trucks can stay much closer to each other on the road and it actually saves a lot of money in gas. 

food trends video This Beautiful, Giant Raindrop Is Actually a Cake
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It's actually called Mizu Shingen Mochi but since it's a weird, tasteless gelatin blob it's being marketed to US customers as a "raindrop cake".  It's a common desert in Japan, made out of a seaweed based gelatin called Agar. Since it doesn't taste like anything, it's usually accompanied by a sweet syrup and a soybean powder called kinako. 

You can even learn to make it in this video:

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