Aug 252014
 
Dog Blows Bubbles In The Pool

People quickly learn the pleasure of blowing bubbles in the poo or bathtub at a young age. Adorably, Diesel the dog is getting in on the action. His owner Jessica Nichols has taught the smart pup how to blow bubbles in the pool on demand. Nose bubbles! This video has gone viral with over 250,000 hits!

 


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Aug 202014
 
Epic $2 Million Backyard Pool

Who wouldn’t love to have their own pool in their backyard? Animal Planet reports that one homeowner in Springville, Utah took his backyard pool to the next level. The two million dollar masterpiece is all man made, but appears to be a natural lake in the mountains. There are even waterfalls, hidden tunnels, and slides.

This video covering the pool has over 4 million hits!

 


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Jan 102014
 
Inconceivable Pool Trick Shots By Florian Kohler

Professional billiards master Florian Kohler is so well known for his trick shots that he has gone on world tour, visiting nine countries in five weeks, to perform his magic.

He posted this teaser video of just some of his seemingly impossible pool trick shots that he’ll be performing while on tour. 

Apparently, the laws of physics don’t apply to this Jedi master. 

 

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Jan 092014
 
Walking On A Pool Of Non-Newtonian Fluid ‘Water’

Back in December, Anthony and Tara of Hard Science demonstrated the amazing characteristics of non-Newtonian liquids, seemingly walking on a slurry of water and corn starch

As a genius promotion, Mach by Hong Leong Bank commissioned this eye-popping video of an apparent Non-Newtonian fluid pool party. 

Guests took turns seemingly walking on a pool of 8,000 liters of Non-Newtonian water, AKA oobleck. 

 

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