Serious Eater of the Day: Tiny Mom Devours 72 Ounces of Steak in Less Than Three Minutes

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This mother of four only weighs 120 pounds, but she makes no exceptions when it comes to clearing her plate! Molly Schuyler of Nebraska may have set a world record when she recently devoured a 72-ounce piece of meat in under three minutes. According to Gawker, the current Guinness World Record for consuming a steak that size is 6 minutes and 48 seconds.

LEGO Craftsmanship of the Day: Working, Air-Powered Car Made From Over 500,000 LEGO Bricks

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Melbourne entrepreneur Steve Sammartino and Romania-based Raul Oaida created a full-sized, fully-functional car that runs on air. The wheels and some of the vehicle's support structure are made from non-LEGO parts, but the engine is made entirely from LEGO pieces.

Defying Death of the Day: Daredevil in a Wingsuit Glides Inches From the Ground

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Could this be the closest anyone has ever flown above the Earth? Wingsuit pilot Brain Drake soars through the air in Chamonix, France with only a little more than a meter between him and the ground, defying gravity and certain death.

Dash Cam of the Day: Woman Keeps Her Cool During a Violent Car Accident

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Frisco68 recently posted this video of her friend getting into a car accident that causes her vehicle to flip. It's amazing how she stays so calm and collected, given the violence of the crash. Luckily nobody was hurt.

Insane Skills of the Day: Chopper Pilot Harvests Christmas Trees Like a Boss

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Helicopter pilot Dan Clark out of Oregon says 'tis the season to get the job done when it comes to bringing you that festive, evergreen centerpiece in your living room this time of year. Just like Santa delivering toys, nothing seems to stop Dan from getting those trees harvested on time!

Crazy Nature of the Day: Giant Spinning Ice Disc Phenomenon

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The Associated Press reports of this amazing occurrence captured on video in North Dakota by retired engineer, George Loegering. According to the AP, experts say the phenomenon developed from a rare combination of "cold, dense air, and an eddy in the river."

Look at this Cat of the Day: New Mama Adopts Ducklings

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Right after giving birth to her own kittens, Della, the cat, came across three tiny ducklings. She found the baby ducks only an hour or so after she gave birth, which made her instinctively protective of any small, warm and fuzzy creature. If Della had come across the ducklings outside this unique window of time, the birds' fate would have been an entirely different outcome.