This week's must-see videos will inspire you to confront your fears, photograph lightning bolts and maybe even find your old dominos set.
Let's start with this rare footage of a bright fireball floating down from above. Don't worry, it's not a slow-mo alien invasion. Instead, one lucky camera captured a rare, but established atmospheric phenomenon called ball lightning. According to estimates, one in a million lightning bolts might end up shaped as a ball. You might never see one again. Since these generally last only a few seconds, not many people have been able to capture, let alone study, ball lightning so far.
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Looking for something to do this weekend? This video might inspire you to pull out your dominos set. Just don't expect to recreate this trick in two days; two artists spent three months on this setup.
Toronto Mayor Rob Ford continued to make headlines in Canada and abroad this week. In light of the Read More »from Must-see videos of the week: November 15