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When you combine the ruggedness of a tank, with the agility of a snowmobile, you get the go-anywhere Tinger Track ATV. With a towing capacity of 1,700-pounds, this four-wheeler sports a waterproof HDPE body, 20-inch wide tracks, and a 57-horsepower or 68-horsepower engine. This means you'll be able to power through muddy swamps, rocky terrain, and even snow, without any issues. Click here to view the first image in today's viral picture gallery. Continue reading for the five most popular viral videos today, including one of 9 Google search tips that only power users know about.

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Scorkl

SCORKL may not contain any groundbreaking technology, but its clever design enables divers to stay underwater for an extended period of time. Simply fill it with air by attaching it to a high pressure hand pump, or your more standard scuba tank. When full, it offers up to 10-minutes of diving time. A breathe-on-demand balanced single stage regulator essentially makes it plug-and-play, without any complicated steps to get going. Click here to view the first image in today's viral picture gallery. Continue reading for the five most popular viral videos today, including one showing why every airport runway has two numbers.

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Weighing in at a massive 18-tons, the Action Mobil Global XRS expedition vehicle can transport you and all of your gadgets anywhere in the world, thanks to a 720-horsepower engine. We start with an Alcantara-lined driver's cab, and move into the interior cabin which offers a kitchen, sleeping area, bathroom, a 40-inch display,Bose audio system, along with a multi-terabyte hard drive setup to store all of your digital content while on the go. Should there be a zombie apocalypse, a motorcycle lift out back ensures that you'll be able to make a quick getaway. Click here to view the first image in today's viral picture gallery. Continue reading for the five most popular viral videos today, including one that shows how to make the most of the upcoming August solar eclipse.

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Backyard Roller Coaster

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Jadon Brooks, an 18-year-old theme park fan from New Jersey, managed to build an incredible roller coaster for his little sister, Eden, in their parents' backyard, using just PVC pipes, wood, and a few parts purchased at a local hardware store. All in all, it only cost him $1,500 to complete the project, and the cable-powered ride is safe enough for both thrill-seekers to ride. "I give it an 'A' for creativity and 'A' for industrious," said amusement ride safety inspector Walter Reiss. Click here to view the first image in today's viral picture gallery. Continue reading for the five most popular viral videos today, including one of a Galaxy S8 being dropped while being encapsulated in a raindrop cake.

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Ripsaw MS-1

Howe & Howe Technologies' Ripsaw EV2 offers more luxury than practicality, but the MS-1 (Military Spec 1) is an entirely different story. This tracked vehicle provides a test platform for advanced off-road capabilities, and is used by the US Army to evaluate it as a convoy support 'guardian angel'. It can rapidly move alongside the convoy, without obstructing the convoy movement, rapidly securing suspected IEDs sites or responding to enemy fire from ambushes, suppressing enemy fire sources or towing immobilized vehicles out of the line of fire. Click here to view the first image in today's viral picture gallery. Continue reading for the five most popular viral videos today, including one showing six of the coolest new species discovered in the last year.

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Stratolaunch


Ukraine's Antonov An-225 was previously the world's largest plane, that is, until billionaire Paul Allen's Stratolaunch rolled its low-orbit-launch aircraft out of the company's hangar in the California desert for the first time. Its wings span 385-feet - larger than the An-225's 290 feet, and is powered by six high-bypass-ratio turbofan engines. Allen intentds to "provide convenient, reliable, and routine access to low-Earth orbit." This is why it has a designed maximum takeoff weight of 1.3 million pounds. "This marks a historic step in our work to achieve Paul G. Allen's vision of normalizing access to low-Earth orbit. We have a lot of exciting activity ahead as we enter the testing process, and we look forward to sharing our progress during the coming months," said Stratolaunch Systems CEO Jean Floyd. Click here to view the first image in today's viral picture gallery. Continue reading for the five most popular viral videos today, including one of a waterless toilet backed by Bill Gates.

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The Rook Armored

Besides being the perfect vehicle for a zombie apocalypse, Ring Power's "The Rook," based ona CAT 287c multi terrain loader chassis, is great for helping police catch criminals. It's powered by a 74-horsepower engine, mated to a two-speed powertrain, capable of speeds up to 9 mph. What really sets it apart are the four attachments for the front: a hydraulic breaching ram for demolishing walls, a vehicle extraction tool to lift heavy objects, an armored deployment platform to provide safety for officers, and a grapple claw. NIJ IV armor protection, rubber tracks, and the option for custom fabricated armor ensures that it can handle just about any war zone. Click here to view the first image in today's viral picture gallery. Continue reading for the five most popular viral videos today, including one of Steve Wozniak explaining why he waited overnight for several of Apple's most popular products in past years.

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Rocket-Powered Fidget Spinner

Fidget spinners are the current craze, but not all are created equal, especially when it comes to quality. Backyard Scientist wanted to create one unlike any other. So, he decided on building a custom rocket-powered version. "I built a custom fidget spinner out of 1/4in aluminum plate and strapped 3 E sized rocket engines. The spinner has a 6 inch radius, so it travels ~37 inches to make a full circle. Its spinning 88 times per second (5200 per minute), so that means the tip is traveling 276 feet per second, or 188.182 MPH," said the inventor. Click here for the first video in today's viral picture gallery. Continue reading for the five most popular viral videos today, including one of a mysterious force that could annihilate the universe.

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Sherp ATV

Think of the Sherp ATV as a mini monster truck, but now, with amphibious capabilities. Featuring four massive, low-pressure tires, that act similar to tank treads, it's powered by an ample 44 horsepower diesel engine, that consumes 2-3 liters of fuel per hour on any type of solid terrain, good for a top speed of 27.9mph on land, and 3.7mph in water. The cabin can be heated naturally be the engine, a vehicle heater, and / or a Webasto autonomous heater, making it perfect for cold weather climates. The driver uses a simple lever system to steer, accelerate, brake and 'skid steer' into tight spots. Click here to view the first image in today's viral picture gallery. Continue reading for the five most popular viral videos today, including one explaining how physicists solved the problem of infinity.

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Twisted Automotive Land Rover Defender

Twisted Automotive specializes in customizing Land Rover Defenders, and their "T80" is definitely no slouch. Performance wise, they've remapped the ECU for more power, complete with a speed de-restriction, added a stainless steel exhaust, anti-roll bars, red Alcon brakes, 18" alloy wheels, a 304 stainless steel cotton panel air filter and a new Twisted intercooler. Inside, it sports Recaro CS seats wrapped in Nappa leather, a DAB double din head unit with navigation, and a reverse camera feed. You're free to add even more options, but as configured, it's priced at $92,000 USD. Click here to view the first image in today's viral picture gallery. Continue reading for the five most popular viral videos today, including one showing five useful baking soda life hacks that don't involve cooking

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