VideoSift Clips of the Week - Neatorama

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Planet and Star Size Comparison in HD

You may have seen a planet and star size comparison before but this one is beautifully crafted and looks stunning in full-screen HD.

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Choir uses hands to create a thunderstorm

I was blown away by how realistic their thunderclaps sound - and the song is good too.

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The Cigarette Trick

Short and sweet. A cigarette is tossed and caught in the mouth, then a lit match is tossed and caught in the mouth to light the cigarette.

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What IS this creature?!?

So far, no one on VideoSift has come to any verifiable conclusion on what this creature is. The closet guess is a head crab. ;) Calling all cryptozoologists, we need your help.

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Tilt-Shift video of trains in Switzerland

Wonderful tilt-shift video of trains in the villages of Sisikon and Göschenen in Switzerland. Created by Andi Leemann and Jeri Peier. They used two EOS 5D Mark II cameras, a Canon 90mm TS-E f/2.8 and a Canon TS-E 24mm f/3.5 combined with a 1.4x converter. (and polarisation filters)

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Egads. The size comparisons of all those planets and stars blew my mind. I believe that this is the HD version of the famous .gif that is floating about on the Interwebs of a series of planets being compared in size as well.
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It looks like a monkey slug to me, which is the caterpillar to the hag moth.

http://www.whatsthatbug.com/2005/09/20/hag-moth-caterpillar-or-monkey-slug/
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I agree the choir thing was marginally cool. Even the thunderstorm was ruined by applause, and the Toto song was like an upper cut to my sensibilities.
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