- Geek & Sci-Fi
The best winter mishaps ever caught on camera, all in one video.
Kyle Clark implores viewers to be more original.
Terrifying first-person footage of a 100-foot slide down a snowy mountain.
“If necessity is the mother of invention, then laziness must be its father.”
Four adorable pugs embark on a sledding adventure.
Ronnie Shalvis takes his stunts -- including a flip while wearing ice skates -- to the ice and snow.
Roman Atwood throws “snowballs” at people on the street.
Jackson Strong's machine takes on a life of its own.
This is what happens when you throw boiling hot water into the air when the temperature is -13°F .
Ice-induced pavement pile-ups, out of control vehicles, winter wipeouts, and and a smattering of death defiers -- all in one video.
Eight full minutes of people slipping on the exact same patch of ice.
A Siberian fireman takes an unexpected hit while trying to save a toddler.
Here's something to think about the next time you attempt a backflip into snow.
Getting snow off the roof doesn't go according to plan.
Diego only weighs 10 pounds, but that doesn't stop him from towing a 25 pound baby on a sled.
Magician Rich Ferguson --dressed as a snowman prop -- scares people on the street.
Snow on the tracks? Canadian National Railway's thought of a way around that.
Exactly how the driver drew it up.