Timelapse of a 30 day voyage by the Gunhilde Maersk container ship as it treks through clear seas and storms from the Red Sea via the Gulf of Aden to Hong Kong, unloading in various ports along the way.
Totoro, Catbus, Kaonashi, Ponyo and other characters from Studio Ghibli animations deftly inserted into real world scenes by South Korean video editor Kojer (who explains all the tech in the second video).
A chap and his friend ‘Icky’ discover a strange phenomenon on Nellie Lake in California. To wit, insects on the water surface responding to the sound of Icky’s voice:
The insect reacting to the shout is the Water Boatman (Corixidae). The lake has very few, if any, fish in it, so a huge population of water bugs, mostly Corixidae (from what we could see). For whatever reason, the ones that happen to be on the surface when we shout shoot forward rapidly when they hear a loud voice. The ones that are underwater don’t react at all. They don’t react to a clap. The only thing that got a reaction out of them was shouting. They seemed to prefer “Hey!” You could actually “see” the speed of sound by watching their reaction propagate across the lake.