Are you ready? It’s been an entire week since our last Link25 and we know you’ve been eagerly anticipating this moment. As always we come to you with 25 of the week’s best links, articles, images, and videos from all over the web. This week we’re featuring everything from new discoveries on Mars to the discovery of an animal believed to be extinct but found alive and well in New Zealand. But that’s not all! There’s also cat’s dancing to Hotline bling, news about the Russian plane crash, and even an inspirational story of a flexible barber who helps a boy with Autism overcome his fear of scissors. So believe me when I say, you’ll be glad you didn’t miss Link25 (164) – The Flexible Barber Edition.
Impressively flexible barber helps boy with Autism overcome his fear of scissors and get styled.
James Williams is a barber in Briton Ferry, United Kingdom, who barbs as Jim the Trim. This week, Jim the Trim went viral for going the extra mile in order to cut a few inches off the hair of a young boy with Autism. Posting on his Facebook page, Jim the Trim wrote about his new friend and client, Mason, who (Click the title to read the full story)
Here Are 10 Pieces of the Most Beautiful and Damn Creepy Pokémon Fan Art
There’s no doubting the massive influence Pokémon has had on us since they first exploded onto the western shores, and 20 years since their creation the franchise’s powers show no signs of weakening.
And in homage to its influence and iconic creature design, legions of (Click the title to read the full article)
Pit Bulls Survive Attack by Porcupine
Curiosity may kill the cat, but it also almost killed three pit bulls that decided to investigate a porcupine. While on a walk, 9-year-old Soljah got a little too close to the prickly creature and got a chin full of spines.
His two siblings didn’t like that and pounced on the porcupine, eventually (Click on the title to read the full article).
Check out this video of Dubai’s ‘Jetmen’ flying next to the world’s largest passenger plane
For Swiss adrenaline junkie and daredevil hobbyist Yves Rossy, simply flying around Dubai with a mere jetpack strapped to his back is nothing more than an everyday stroll through a neighborhood park. Been there; done that. So what do you do if you’re Rossy and you’re looking to inject a little excitement into an otherwise insanity-fueled activity? Well, you strap that same jetpack to your back, grab a buddy, and (Click on the title to read the full article)
Extinct Animal Found Alive and Well in New Zealand
A tiny marine animal that was thought to be extinct for the past four million years has just been found living in New Zealand.
This “living fossil” is tentacled polyp called Protulophila, and they were previously only found in fossil deposits in the northern hemisphere, specifically Europe and the Middle East. Scientists think their history extended back 170 million years into the Middle Jurassic, before they went extinct in the Pliocene; the last trace of them were found in (Click the title to read the full article)
Investigation Finds Exxon Ignored Its Own Early Climate Change Warnings
Despite its efforts for nearly two decades to raise doubts about the science of climate change, newly discovered company documents show that as early as 1977, Exxon research scientists warned company executives that carbon dioxide was increasing in the atmosphere and that the burning of fossil fuels was to blame.
The internal records are detailed in a new investigation published Wednesday by InsideClimate News, a Pulitzer Prize-winning news organization covering energy and the environment.
The investigation found that (Click the title to read the full article)
Mormon Church makes same-sex couples apostates, excludes children from blessings and baptism
The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints announced a new policy in its handbook stating that children living in a same-sex household may not be blessed as babies or baptized until they are 18.
The policy change, which also states that those in a same-sex marriage are to be considered apostates, was confirmed Thursday by church spokesman Eric Hawkins.
“Church handbooks are policy and procedural guides for lay leaders who must administer the church in many varied circumstances throughout the world,” Hawkins said in a statement. “The church has (Click on the title to read the full article)
New Silent Wind Tree Turbines Make Energy Production Beautiful
Three years of research have led a team of French engineers to produce their interpretation of wind energy for urban locations. The Wind Tree stands at 26 feet tall, and its branches (Click the title to read the full article)
How Deadpool Spent Halloween (2016) Ryan Reynolds HD
THE LAB: DECOY - A portrait session with a twist
Justin Bieber - Sorry (Lyric Video)
Josh Groban: Stages Live "All I Ask" (Featuring Kelly Clarkson) | December 2015 | PBS
Rafael Amaya Cocaine Overdose: Angelica Celaya Heartbreak Allegedly Sent Actor In Downward Spiral
The star of Telemundo’s narco-series “El Señor De Los Cielos” was on the borderline of death last week when he was rushed to the hospital after substance abuse. Now a new report from a Mexican tabloid source says that what sent Rafael Amaya into this downward spiral was that he still can’t get over his break up from Angélica Celaya. Amaya’s heart was broken when (click on title to read the full article)
It's official: NASA announces Mars' atmosphere was stripped away by solar winds
We finally have an understanding of how Mars transformed from a once habitable, Earth-like planet into the dry world we see today. NASA researchers have just announced that Mars’ once rich atmosphere was stripped away by solar winds in the early days of the Solar System, causing the planet to dry out.
Solar winds blast out from the Sun at around a million miles per hour (about 1.6 million km/h), and fortunately Earth is (click on the title to read the full article).
Anonymous posts Ku Klux Klan alleged sympathisers list
The hackers’ collective Anonymous has shared details of hundreds of alleged sympathisers of the white supremacist Ku Klux Klan (KKK) on the internet.
Anonymous said the data was “a form of resistance” against racial violence.
The KKK last year threatened to use “deadly force” against those protesting over the killing of a black youth in Ferguson, Missouri.
A list of alleged KKK members published earlier in the week appears (Click on the title to read the full article)
Russian plane crash: Putin suspends flights to Egypt
(CNN)Russian President Vladimir Putin has agreed to suspend Russian air traffic with Egypt until the cause of the crash of Metrojet Flight 9268 can be determined, the Kremlin said Friday.
“Putin has accepted the recommendations of the National Anti-Terrorist Committee to suspend flights with Egypt. … The President has also instructed to (Click on the title to read the full article)
NASA | Thermonuclear Art – The Sun In Ultra-HD (4K)
No WAY! The Japanese 'Star Wars: The Force Awakens' trailer has new footage not found on the US version! (Small spoiler alert)
4 simple things you need to do to get faster Wi-Fi
Fast Wi-Fi is like good air-conditioning or clean tap water: You don’t notice it until it’s gone. For most chronic multitaskers, dealing with a slow, ’90s-era Internet connection can mess up their entire workflow. A YouTube video that is (Click the link to read the full article).
Best Fails of the Week 1 November 2015 || FailArmy (The last one is the best)
Hotline Bling Cat
Speaking of Hotline Bling, here's a dude singing hotline Bling with phones.
Smart dog knows how to turn on faucet to take a shower
...and this cat loves a good bath.
This 3D Printed Cat Armor Looks Fierce!