Focus Trailer Starring Will Smith

Will Smith is one of those actors who I think we all secretly are waiting for a "good" movie from. There was a time when he was the go-to guy for big, epic, fun movies. But his last few outings have been awful (After Earth, blah), but I, personally, always want to keep my hopes high that we have not yet seen the best of Will Smith. Though Fresh Prince was a high water mark that many would find hard to surpass.

Even though we have not heard from the actor in some time, seems we have our first new trailer for the new Will Smith movie, Focus.

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The problem I am having wih Focus from what I have seen so far is, people have lost the idea of what makes Will Smith movies work when they actually work. They have to be fun. This "serious" Will Smith thing takes away some of what makes him so likable in the first place. Hopefully, Focus will pack a punch and put Smith on the map.

I kind of like the dude.



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A Bad Lip Reading of The Walking Dead Season 4 (part two)

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When we got a Bad Lip Reading episode of The Walking Dead a couple of weeks ago, we were promised a part two. Here it is! Although the musical interludes are not as involved as Coral’s rap in the earlier video, we get to hear Tyrese, Michonne, and a walker all croon a little. “I hope you’re not afraid of owls, ‘cause I’m gettin’ you one.” -via Uproxx



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Batman 75th Anniversary Stamps Unveiled

The U.S. Postal Service has unveiled its set of stamps to commemorate Batman’s 75th anniversary.

For 75 years, Batman has protected Gotham City from the forces of evil. Since his debut, he has become one of the most iconic super heroes in history. This year, the U.S. Postal Service® chronicles the evolution of the character, from his origins to present day.

This new issuance showcases eight unique designs in a sheet of 20 stamps. Four versions of the iconic DC Comics super hero are depicted from four eras of comic book history. In addition, there are four incarnations of the Bat-Signal.

You can order the stamps online, or look for them at your local post office soon. -via Laughing Squid

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This Is What Disney's Animal Characters Would Look Like As Humans

Disney Studios have been creating lively characters, with personalities that leap off the screen and stories that capture our imaginations, for nearly one hundred years.

Disney's legacy may have started with a mouse, but it soon extended to include all sorts of diverse characters, some human, most anthropomorphic animal.

So what would Mickey Mouse, Goofy and the rest of the gang look like as human beings?

Japanese illustrator Chaico has come up with some pretty solid ideas of what their humanized forms might look like.

Her character designs capture the personality of each character so well you don't even need to be told who they are to figure it out.

Chaico's humanized critter designs are how I imagine these staple Disney characters would look if Studio Ghibli and Disney Studios ever co-created an animated feature.

Will Chaico's designs make this megastudio crossover a reality? Stranger things have happened!

-Via Sploid



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The Empire Strikes Back Uncut

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In 2009, we told you about a Star Wars Uncut, a project in which volunteer filmmakers from around the world were going to remake Star Wars, with each participant responsible for a 15-second sequence. Episode IV was completed in 2010, and we finally got to see it in 2012. But that was just one movie, the film we now know as Star Wars Episode Four: A New Hope. The folks behind Star Wars Uncut immediately began working on the next movie: The Empire Strikes Back.

With more than 480 fan-made segments culled from over 1,500 submissions, The Empire Strikes Back Uncut (also known as ESB Uncut) features a stunning mash-up of styles and filmmaking techniques, including live action, animation, and stop-motion. The project launched in 2013, with fans claiming 15-second scenes to reimagine as they saw fit – resulting in sequences created with everything from action figures to cardboard props to stunning visual effects. Helmed by Casey Pugh, who oversaw 2010’s Emmy-winning Star Wars Uncut, the new film has a wonderful homemade charm, stands as an affectionate tribute to The Empire Strikes Back, and is a testament to the talent, imagination, and dedication of Star Wars fans.

And today, The Empire Strike Back Uncut is here for all of us to enjoy. -via Boing Boing



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J.J. Abrams Has Personally Solved That Star Wars Algebra Problem

Last Friday, we told you about a wonderful word problem written by 8th grade student Cody Swanek. It's about the troubles that J.J. Abrams, the director of the next Star Wars movie, faces during production. Pictured above is his original manuscript. It reads as follows: 

J. J. Abrams is making Star Wars Episode 7. He rented three speeder bikes which was 700 imperial credits to start. He must pay 100 imperial credits to keep his speeder bikes daily. If he does not pay daily, Prince Xizor and other Black Sun members will kidnap J. J. Abrams, bring him to Mustafar, and sacrifice him.

J. J. Abrams is also paying 5 bounty hunters to keep separatist spies out. That costs 200 imperial credits to start, then 50 imperial credits for each bounty hunter every time they capture a spy. The Separatists send 2 spies every day.

In how many days does J. J. Abrams spend the same amount of imperial credits on speeders and bounty hunters?

Abrams has undertaken the monumental responsibility of creating the Star Wars movie and is thus not a man to shirk from a challenge. Topless Robot reports that Abrams solved Cody's problem and mailed him a handwritten explanation of his reasoning.

-via Nerd Bastards



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10 Cartoons From The 1990s You Might Not Remember

The 1990s were the last great era of Saturday Morning cartoons, when cartoon giants like Hanna-Barbera were still creating animated series in their classic style, and anime had yet to take over on network television.

Shows and spinoff shows were popping up left and right, and producers and network executives were open to trying out all kinds of ideas for an animated series.

Want a show about Rick Moranis teaching a bunch of teenage monsters how not to ruin their lives? Sure, why not.

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How about a series based on a hockey team's mascot, and loosely based on the movie that inspired the creation of the hockey team in the first place? Alrighty then!

Gravedale High and The Mighty Ducks are but two of the strange, and in some cases really cool, cartoons found on GeekTyrant's list of Ten 1990s Cartoons You Probably Don't Remember.

They've got more information on these strange shows, and clips that might jog your memory, but don't be surprised if you can't remember them all!



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William Shatner and Leonard Nimoy Reunite in a Funny Volkswagen Commercial

Volkswagen wants people to think of its electric cars as futuristic, so it hired William Shatner and Leonard Nimoy to appear in this German language commercial. It shows a young and hardcore Trekkie getting the thrill of his life when William Shatner moves into his neighborhood.


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This behind-the-scenes video, which is embedded below, is even better. I gather that Owen Jonas, the boy in the video, is an actual Trekkie himself. Shatner looks around the toy collection and shares bits of interesting trivia with him. For example, Shatner explains that toymakers made hand phaser replicas that were better than the props, so the show began using the toys instead of the props.


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-via The Geek Twins



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5 Superhero (and Supervillain) Origins

We've read their comics, watched their movies, TV shows and cartoons, and dressed like them for Halloween. But where did our favorite superheroes come from?



1. Superman

Arguably America's first superhero, the Son of Krypton made his debut in June of 1938 in Action Comics. Being, as he was: faster than a speeding bullet, stronger than a locomotive (we're confused by that metaphor, too) and able to leap tall buildings in a single bound, Superman represented an entirely new kind of American hero. No longer satisfied with idolizing self-made men, pioneers, and various and sundry presidents, American kids suddenly seemed to need a hero who was incredibly powerful and, with his easy sense of right and wrong, deeply not human.

2. Lex Luthor

Every hero needs a nemesis and that role in Superman's life was soon filled by mad scientist, wealthy businessman, and occasional presidential hopeful Lex Luthor. Of course, the Lex of the 1930s looked nothing like the slick tycoon you're accustomed to, largely because, at the time, he sported a clown-esque shock of red hair. It wasn't until 1941 that Lex acquired the smooth pate we've all come to know and love. However, later editors would revise what was originally a simple fashion decision into something much deeper.

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Star Trek Wedding Ring Set Is Ready for Saucer Separation

This clever ring set shows the Enterprise engaged in saucer separation--a process which permits the primary hull to detach from the secondary hull. In the Next Generation, saucer separation was a fairly smooth process. In classic Trek, this was an emergency procedure assumed to be permanent. This Enterprise appears to be from the modern, re-imagined universe. I don't know what is canon about saucer separation on that ship. But we can assume that it portends ill for the relationship.

Allison Hourcade, a jeweler who maintains the RockLove studio, designed this ring. It's one of her many inventive designs. You can view more of them here.

-via Tor



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The Walking Dead Series Recap

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It’s been a long time since we last saw the characters from The Walking Dead. To refresh your memory as we get ready for for season five starting Sunday night, you can watch the marathon that’s on AMC all this week, or you can catch up on the entire series with the Fine Brothers, who tell us everything of importance that’s happened so far. Four years of mayhem, misery, fear, and death are condensed into a mere nine minutes, which makes it seem all so …awful. Well, the world is a pretty awful place after the zombie apocalypse. Fans may find this funny. -Thanks, Benny!



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Ghostbusters 3 Is Definitely A Go (with Lady Ghostbusters!)

Ghostbusters 3 "will they or wont they" has been a big point of speculation for the internet over the last few years, with news changing daily. Yes they will make it. No, they wont. Murray wants nothing to do with it. Blah blah Slimer blah. 

Finally, though, it is happening. We have an 100% confirmation on Ghostbusters 3, KIND OF. More of a Ghostbusters reboot with the story focusing around female ghostbusters. With some really interesting casting choices, (which I wont ruin it for you) it sounds kind of cool. Just watch the Machinima video and see for yourself.

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Come on, as soon as I said female ghostbusters, we all thought of the entire Bridesmaids cast. It's cool. That sounds like it could be a riot. Now we just have to wait years and years to see if it comes to fruition.



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Complex Mechanisms Explained In Simple Animations

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As humans, we no longer just want to know something exists. We want to know why it exists, how it exists, and take it apart to figure out how it works. Thanks to the internet age and the vast array of knowledge available to us here, the most curious of us can finally find out how everything works. Sometimes it is simple physics, and other times, complex engineering, but either way, we love to get a look inside.

Over at GadgetsWow there is a great article that shows how complex mechanisms work, and they achieve this by using simple, gif animations. Things as normally complicated as a constant velocity joint suddenly makes sense to you in about a second's time. Funny to think how the eye processes differently than the brain. Were you reading a book on that subject, you would need hundreds of pages. But in looking at it, you need but seconds.

Our brains are pretty complex mechanisms themselves, huh?



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Game of Thrones, an Animated Journey

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This beautiful animation produced by Blackmeal is barely over a minute long and contains no dialogue, but it recaps the first four seasons of the HBO series Game of Thrones for those familiar with the story. For those who are not familiar with the story, don’t worry about spoilers: this is art! You’ll want to watch it in fullscreen mode to appreciate the subtle beauty of each scene. -via Geeks Are Sexy  



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Behind The Scenes Photos From Return Of The Jedi

Remember when Return of the Jedi was the last Star Wars movie in a tight trilogy, before we beheld the horror contained within those poorly written prequels?

Then you remember how amazing Return of the Jedi looked on the big screen, with eyes open and mind racing at the far out look of it all.

You remember how creatures like Jabba the Hutt, the Ewoks and the Max Rebo Band came to life thanks to high quality practical special effects makeup, stop motion animation and puppeteering.

Now you can take a peek behind the curtain and see all that went in to the making of Return of the Jedi in this a gallery of behind-the-scenes photos collected by Imgur user JoinYouInTheSun.

Take a gander and remember the glory days of the Star Wars franchise, before things went straight Jar-Jar.

-Via GeekTyrant



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The "Gritty Reboot" of Adventure Time Will Leave You Speechless

Not sure if you have checked out the Gritty Reboots YouTube page, but it is exactly what the name implies. They take cute and cartoonish things and give them, um, well, gritty reboots. While I found all of them hilarious and enjoyable up to this point, their most recent gritty reboot of Adventure Time blew my mind and left me speechless.

Literally, I have nothing else to say. This speaks for itself.

Okay, ONE more thing to say: wow. Right in the feels.

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How To Correct a Date On Nerd Knowledge

Dorkly has a new "choose your own adventure" type comic that addresses a sticky question. You're on a date with a fan of whatever nerd interest you have, but they aren't nearly as well-versed on that universe as you are. Do you correct a mistaken detail? Do you let it go? How would you finesse this situation without ruining your budding relationship? You can answer the questions as you see fit, or you can skip through each possible page like I did at Dorkly.



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The 30 Best Films of the 2000's

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Do you remember what your favorite movie from the 2000's was? Though it was not long ago, it can be hard to remember. There were so many good films (and so many bad ones) that came out in that time, sometimes you try and look back and it is just a blur of characters and stories.

Thankfully, there are lists like this one put together by Film School Rejects that remember for us. Movies like 28 Days Later and Oldboy that all worked towards changing the way we look at modern cinema. The trend you will notice from the list is that there WAS no trend, and that is what set the 00's apart. There are as many comedies and thriller films on the list as there are dramas. The 2000's was when indie film making became the norm again, and that reflects itself in some of their choices.

This list also makes me want to watch most of these again.



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Rick and Morty Puppets Show Us A Deleted Scene From Season One

If you have not watched Rick and Morty on Adult Swim, you have no idea of the awesome you are missing out on. Consistently funny, twisted, and also slightly brilliant, it has been one of the bigger surprises in Adult Swim's line up in the last few years. Created by Dan Harmon (of Community fame) and Justin Roiland (who voices Lemongrab on Adventure Time), it is a show that really needs to be seen by all.

IGN actually had the titular characters on as puppets, and they showed the storyboard to a variation of a scene they deleted from season one. Check it out because, well, puppets.

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Oh, and if you haven't watched Rick and Morty, may a you from another dimension show up and kill you so they can take your place. You deserve that.



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Justice League: Thrones of Atlantis Official Trailer

It should be widely known (and isn't) that DC Animated make the best comic book movies. I am not even saying best "animated" comic book movies. I am saying best comic book movies, period. From Batman: Year One to Superman: Doomsday, their cartoon movies are often what we wish actual movies based on comics would be like.

Well it looks like DC Animated is adding another one to its roster. Question is, can DC make Aquaman cool again? Who am I kidding, he was never really cool. But I'll be honest with you. This looks like it might change that.

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Holy crap. Aquaman is cool.  

*Walks away speechless.

Via GeeksAreSexy



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Three DC Nation Animated Shorts About Shazam!

Shazam, aka Captain Marvel, is one of the oldest superheroes in the history of comic books, and yet he has been left on the sidelines while his more famous fellow DC Comics stars take center stage.

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Shazam is the alter ego of a boy named Billy who transforms into the mighty hero whenever he says the word Shazam.

Shazam embodies the power of six mythological figures, and their powers are manifested through traits like courage, stamina and wisdom. 

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DC Nation has stayed true to form by bringing this underappreciated hero back in style with three shorts based on Shazam’s three most important traits. 

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These shorts are amazingly fun to watch, as is the norm with the DC Nation shorts, and they do a great job of bringing this retro character into the 21st century while keeping his classic appeal in tact.

-Via GeekTyrant



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Secret Rules For Disney Theme Park Employees

Disney’s rules and regulations extend to all aspects of their business, from their merchandise branding to the way they run their theme parks, and their rules seem less magic kingdom and more secret society.

These mysterious Disney employee rules aren't so mysterious anymore thanks to the internet, but once you learn how much Cast Members must conform to the Disney system you start to look at them in a whole new light.

Some are strict for a reason, like the fact that any Cast Member who dons a character costume must learn how to duplicate the character's classic signature exactly, so every guest has the same experience.

Others are a bit strange, like the fact that no Princess can be taller than 5'8", and if a Cast Member is asked a question they can't answer they must immediately call someone and get the answer. 

Read the rest of the 16 Secret Rules for Disney Employees here



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Professor X Is A Wimp

Professor X of the X-Men is wimp. He really is. If you think about it, all he does is sit in that chair and read people's minds. Not too sure how cool that is. He doesn't even really fight. He just barks commands. A bad dictator, if you will.

Screen Junkies picked up on this and made this stellar supercut of all the times the X-Men leader was a bit of a pansy. Warning, this may change the way you look at Professor X.

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I think "Professor X Has Self-Hatred Issues" would have been a better title, but what can you do?



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Ewok Skin High Heels

You know that alligator skin dress shoes used to be all the rage. Snakeskin boots are always in style. But you may not know of the latest fashion craze: Ewok skin high heels.

Etsy seller Rigel Griffith of San Diego makes these luxurious shoes from freshly-skinned Ewoks imported directly from Endor. Buying them not only makes you look good, but also helps protect the environment by reducing the Ewok overpopulation problem.

-via Fashionably Geek



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Why Does Star Trek's Dr. McCoy Wear a Pinky Ring?

Lately, I have been watching the original Star Trek series--something I have not regularly done since about 1988. I'm watching the show from start to finish. I noticed that on one early episode entitled "Mudd's Women," Dr. Leonard McCoy wears on his left pinky finger a gold ring with a blue stone.

It struck me as an unusual costuming choice, so I did some googling. Terry Lee Rioux's From Sawdust to Stardust: The Biography of DeForest Kelley's, Star Trek's Dr. McCoy explains why Kelley wears a pinky ring.

DeForest Kelly dearly loved his mother, Clora Kelley. Clora owned a ring that her brother had won in a card game while he was in France. When Clora died of cancer in 1957, her son was consumed with grief. But he was private about the depth of his feelings. He asked for only one item from her possessions: the ring. He wore it from then on in remembrance of her.

When Kelley was recruited for Star Trek, Gene Roddenberry was firm: the actors would not wear jewelry. But Kelley was firmer: if he wasn't allowed to wear his ring, he wouldn't be on the show. Roddenberry conceded. You can see Kelley's ring throughout the series, though the stone is often turned into the palm to make it less noticeable.

In the movie Star Trek V: The Final Frontier, Sybok forces McCoy to relive his euthanasia of his own father. DeForest Kelley's ring gleams in the faint light during the scene of mourning and loss. It is a fitting accent to a story of the loss of parents. Kelley would continue to wear it until his own death in 1999.

When Star Trek was rebooted in 2009, Karl Urban took up the role of Dr. McCoy. As you can see in this screenshot, he wears a ring on the pinkie finger of his left hand. According to an internet rumor, he did so to honor his predecessor, DeForest Kelley.



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New Map Shows Sea Floor In Greater Detail Than Ever Before

             (Image: David Sandwell, Scripps Institution of Oceanography, UC San Diego)

You know what is utterly terrifying in scope and takes up most of the Earth's surface? The ocean. If Pacific Rim taught us anything, it is that there are PROBABLY aliens living in there, just waiting for the perfect time to hatch and surface. The truth is, we know very little about the ocean. There are depths that have yet to be explored, and it is safe to assume, within those depths, there are new sea creatures we have never seen before that will fuel our nightmares. Maybe not of Pacific Rim proportions, but angler fish prove size doesn't matter when it comes to what is terrifying in the ocean. Sorry, I am totally getting sidetracked here.

GizMag has an article right now about some new sea-maps that have been released that show unprecedented detail in the ocean floor. Mountains and crevices mapped out that allow scientists and oceanographers further insight into how the continents were formed, and just what may be happening miles under the sea's surface. The site explains further:

The new map's accuracy is thanks to improved remote sensing instruments and access to two previously untapped streams of satellite data. These come from the ESA's CryoSat-2, which is usually focused on monitoring polar ice volume but also operates continuously over the oceans, and NASA's Jason-1, which was redirected to map Earth's gravity field during the last year of its 12-year mission. Data from these satellites was combined with existing data and used to develop a scientific model that captures gravity measurements on the ocean seafloor.

While incredibly impressive, I happen to have a sort of Pandora's Box vibe about the ocean, though. I mean, do we REALLY want to find out what is down there? I was just informed by some people far more professional than I that we do, indeed, want to know what is in the ocean, as well as its topography. I guess I just have a more vivid imagination than most. 



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Smartphone Digital Assistant Can Speak Klingon


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Cortana is the interactive digital assistant on Microsoft's Windows smartphones. Like Siri on Apple's iPhones, you can talk to Cortana and receive verbal responses.

The engineers who designed Cortana are Trekkies, so they programmed appropriate responses into it. As you can see from the above video, you can ask Cortana to speak in Klingon.

If you don't speak Klingon, don't worry: you can also speak in English and give essential commands, such as "Beam me up" and "Set phasers to stun."

-via The Geek Twins



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Can You Sneeze With Your Eyes Open?

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So can you sneeze without closing your eyes? Some people are aware, and some are blissfully unaware until the sneeze comes and the force of the sneeze causes you to shut your eyes. There's the rumor that we close our eyes when we sneeze as a reflex because the pressure can cause our eyes to shoot out of our skulls. I know, I know, it is silly, but a great many people think it. So can you sneeze with your eyes open?

D News put together this video explaining why you can, indeed, sneeze without blowing out your eyeballs. Most of us knew this anyway, but it is nice to know the science behind things sometimes. Keep in mind, if you would rather not watch it and go on believing we can shoot our eyeballs out of our skulls with a strong enough sneeze, that's fine. No respect lost here. Some just dare to dream bigger than others. We cannot fault you for that.



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How Supernatural's Ten Seasons Represent Buddhist Stages of Reincarnation

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The CW show Supernatural has filled a void left by shows like The X-Files. These shows allow us a peak into a world very different from our own. It is classic horror and fantasy escapism. When a show like Supernatural has run for 10 seasons, you get some really interesting fan theories. A perfect example is how Supernatural's Ten Seasons Represent Buddhist Stages Of Reincarnation. It is apparent some serious thought was put into this. In terms of season five of the show representing Bodhisattva:

I'd actually heard of a Bodhisattva before researching this article: a spiritual guide and enlightened being that helps others. It's also the second-to-top rung of the reincarnation ladder even though we're only halfway through the article, which might be a hint to where the show quality goes in later seasons. Season 5, which is all about trying to constrain the fallout from the apocalypse, is an appropriate one for Bodhisattva as well. The brothers have an almost completely unselfish motivation and a genuinely heroic goal. 

Any fans of Supernatural should give this a read.



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5 Biggest Video Game Bosses

Sometimes, one of the coolest parts of a video game is when you finally reach the boss fight. Since the earliest years in gaming, video game bosses have truly evolved. Where once they were a pixel, slightly larger than you, now bosses can sometimes be larger than the screen. Just a massive beast who wants nothing more than to crush you like a bug under its thumb.

Luckily, over the years, the good guys have gotten considerably more talented, too, and often show these lumbering creatures who the REAL boss is. YouTube User Qubimaxima assembled this very cool video list of massive end bosses from recent video games. The best part is, he feels no need to exposition much over the bosses or why they are here. He just lets their massive size speak for itself.

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I will say, there is something incredibly gratifying about taking down some massive beast who wants nothing more to destroy you. But you don't have to be a game geek like me to appreciate the design of some of these bosses, or just marvel at their size.



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