Carli and Lily were rescued from a facility in New York State that lost its license and conditions had deteriorated for the animals. The two 12-year-old tigers were taken to their new home at Safe Haven Rescue Zoo in Nevada where they got to swim for the very first time!
When it comes to true friendship, animals seem have remarkable memories of the bond they create. In December of 2012, Sue Blagburn purchased a horse named Arthur after having bred and sold him years earlier. As a foal, he grew up with two others named William and Harry which arrived a year later.
This Real-Life Parkour video places you in the POV of a runner and takes you on a frantic escape from zombies through the rooftops of Cambridge, UK. Inspired by the highly-anticipated action survival game, Dying Light, an action survival game presented in the first-person perspective. The game is set in a vast and dangerous open world.
Compared to a decade ago, the movie theater landscape of has completely changed with the introduction of CGI...but how does it work exactly? The folks over at Ember Labs have provided a complete breakdown in an animated spot developed by team artists in full 4K resolution. This clip posted below shows exactly how these creators integrate live-action footage and insert their computer generated characters into each scene.
Anyone looking for their next nature fix should look no further than Utah, unless you prefer a more grounded approach of course. Offering a unique perspective through towering rocks spread out across the landscape, Brandon Fisher, Ken Schulte, and Luke Humphrey scale epic formations to give us all the perfect view in full 4k resolution.
As a condition which affects over 300 million around the world, colorblindness can dramatically change how a person experiences life. To help bring hope to those unable to see in their natural state, Valspar Paint has partnered with EnChroma to help show individuals what everything really looks like to average eyes. Through their campaign #ColorForAll, Valspar provides these people with colorblindness correcting eyeglasses which enable their eyes to filter out different hues of light and view the the world in its full spectrum.
If you thought virtual reality was still years away from becoming mainstream---you're probably right; but at least we can experience shades of this exciting technology now thanks to Youtube.
It wasn't too long ago when the popular streaming site decided to let loose the reigns on 4K content, a crafty move considering how rare content is for 4K TVs. However, with 360 video formats now enabled on a majority of its mobile and web platforms, a whole new world of possibilities are now available...literally.
Although space travel has quite a few roadblocks before becoming accessible to the average person, a powerful computer may be all one needs to experience it now. SpaceEngine is the ultimate simulation program for astronomy enthusiasts and allows users to explore virtually anything in our known universe.
From black holes to distant galaxies, the program uses actual astronomical data to help generate uncharted territory with detailed renderings of stars and galaxies numbering in the trillions. A solo developer named Vladimir Romanyuk created it using a variety of textures, some of which are contributed by users.
Health and social workers often choose their profession because they want to help people. But seeing trauma and suffering on a regular basis can have a deep impact on these workers. “Compassion fatigue” is a response to the stress of caring for people at times of crisis and is often referred to as the cost of caring.
Researchers first identified compassion fatigue in the 1970s when they recognised certain psychological symptoms among health care and social service workers. The term “compassion fatigue” was coined in the early 1990s to describe nurses who worked in emergency care and were experiencing symptoms similar to burnout.
The amount of sleep adults need has once again come under the spotlight, with a recent Wall Street Journal article suggesting seven hours sleep is better than eight hours and the American Academy of Sleep Medicine drawing up guidelines surrounding sleep need.
So, what should the guidelines say? Unfortunately, when it comes to the amount of sleep adults require there is not really a “one size fits all”. Sleep need can vary substantially between individuals.
Cancer is big news; we often hear of some kind of cure for some version of the illness. But whether it’s a “natural cure” or a promising molecule on its way to becoming a new medicine, there are ways non-scientists can assess if the research underlying the big claims stacks up.
Here are some tips to help you evaluate whether a cure claim is justifiable (spoiler: the evidence is rarely robust enough).