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  • Kellan Lutz's Shocking Herculean Feat of S...(01:29)
  • Dana Ward sat down with Kellan Lutz to get all the details on his new movie 'The Legend of Hercules' and he shocked us with an unbelievable feat of st...
  • Date: January 08, 2014
  • Source: Clevver TV
  • Cincy Strongman Plans World Record Dishwas...(02:05)
  • Sean McCarthy, of Westwood, aims to break the record set by the world's strongest man when he makes the throw at Great American Ball Park July 31.
  • Date: July 22, 2015
  • Source: WCPO Cincinnati
  • Record Setting Swimmer Adds Weight to His ...(03:24)
  • He's already swum across all five great lakes but Jim Dreyer is adding tons to his next goal, literally. He is planning to tow a ton of bricks across...
  • Date: May 28, 2013
  • Source: FOX17
  • How to Celebrate Festivus(04:22)
  • Learn how to celebrate festivus in this video about the holiday from Seinfeld.
  • Date: July 01, 2009
  • Source: MonkeySee.com - Holidays
  • People Pull Planes For Special Olympics(01:49)
  • Could you pull a plane 12 feet with your bare hands? Well these people do their best to do so all to benefit Special Olympic athletes.
  • Date: August 16, 2013
  • Source: FOX59
  • 'Outrageous Acts of Science': A Sticky Sit...(01:23)
  • This "stick bomb" is a little bit science and a little bit art. When over 13K tongue depressors pop to life, find out what makes them jump.
  • Date: September 01, 2015
  • Source: Science Channel
  • 'Outrageous Acts of Science': A Volcano Co...(01:45)
  • Witness the most delicious of molten explosions courtesy of volcano explorer Bryan Lowry. Please let volcano cooked ravioli be the next foodie craze.
  • Date: September 03, 2015
  • Source: Science Channel
  • 'Outrageous Acts of Science': Building Toy...(02:03)
  • When Juha Pekka of Finland needs a break from the rigors of construction work, he blows off steam by using his giant excavator to build tiny toys. Juh...
  • Date: August 27, 2015
  • Source: Science Channel

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