04 Mar 2017

Playing In The Sand Dunes Was Never So Much Fun: Watch As “Doonies” Shred Up A Storm

As a kid growing-up in southern California, playing in the sand was a given, but watching these guys and gals (aka “Doonies”) shred up a storm, is something completely different. This video comes to us courtesy of: Monster Energy and Dirt Shark’s. It’s the ultimate shred session in the sand dunes, featuring all

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06 Feb 2017

Watch How IDF Soldiers Destroy A Tank With A Shoulder Fired Rocket

Watch and see how the fearless soldiers of the IDF destroy an oncoming tank with a hand-held shoulder fired rocket. Apparently this was an actual event that took place near some Israeli settlements. It was filmed by Israeli forces who fired a hand-held anti-tank missile into an on-coming tank. These

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Area 51
07 Dec 2016

Area 51 Expanded – Satellite Photos Reveal

EVER since the 1950s, the US government’s Area 51 – located deep within the remote Nevada desert – has been the subject of intense conspiracy theories.

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21 Jun 2016

A Meteorologist Explores Survival Skills and Climate Change as a ‘Heat Dome’ Sears the Southwest

On Monday, the first day of summer, it was hard not to focus on the scorching Southwest, where 110-degree-plus temperatures spilled far outside their typical geographic range for this time of year, in part thanks to an atmospheric feature called a “heat dome.” (Back in 2011, this phrase had an

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14 Oct 2015

Camping Fail

Camping Fail Link tells the tale of his recent camping trip gone awry. GMM 438!

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11 Oct 2015

Island Survival–How to survive on a desert island

Learn how to survive as we walk you through the steps we took on a week long primitive survival outing. I know its long, but its packed with cool skills. Skills shown are shelter, primitive coconut opening, gathering food, friction fire from Bamboo, basket weaving and traps, primitive spearfishing, rope

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15 Jul 2015

MOJAVE DESERT SURVIVAL TRAINING

Watch these self-proclaimed “average joes” from Can We Survive do when faced with the challenges of North America’s most dry climate in the Mojave desert. Do you approve of their decision-making?

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