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Watch These Adorable Dancing Robots Break a Guinness World Record

As the resident robot fan around here, I guess it's no surprise that I absolutely love this charming video of 1,007 robots dancing and collectively breaking the Guinness World Record for most robots dancing at the same time. Yes, that's a world record that actually exists, and now it has been broken.

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Jon Bernthal Joins Cuba Gooding Jr, Don Cheadle, and James Corden in a Late Late Show Dance Party

I'd like to think that the Jon Bernthal we see in this appearance on the Late Late Show with James Corden is what Frank Castle was like before his life was torn apart by tragedy. Putting on dance shows as a kid set to the music of Prince for all the moms and first grade girls along with his best friend, Dougie Thornel.

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Here’s Lovable Goofs Daisy Ridley, John Boyega, and Oscar Isaac Dancing in Their Natural Habitat

They're cuter than BB-8. There. I said it. It's out there now.

Maybe it's the hype reaching critical levels, or perhaps it's my fandom finally taking over my senses, but my gosh these goofballs are just the most lovable dorks I've ever seen and I cannot take this anymore.

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These Are The Most Attractive Dance Moves as Tested by Science

"Shift weight from side to side and wave arms awkwardly" has proven effective in my own research.

Trying to impress someone with your dance moves? There's science for that. Researchers investigated and uncovered which dance moves women find most appealing, which means that, most importantly, we can now say with certainty that the most attractive dance moves are "scientifically accurate ones." It's a good day to be a nerd.

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Ph.D. Student’s Interpretive Dance of Her Tornado Research Wins Contest, Also Wins the Internet

My research will be into why this contest isn't called PhDance.

The "Dance Your Ph.D." contest, sponsored by Science journal publisher AAAS, tasks students with expressing their research through, well, dance. This year's winner was biologist Uma Nagendra, who just happens to have a leg—and several other limbs—up on the rest of the competition with her double life as a circus aerialist. Hit the jump for a priceless music video about mayonnaise that also came in as a finalist.

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Grinding To This Destiny Music Video Would Be Way More Fun Than Grinding For Legendary Gear

That dance came from the moon.

If you've made it to level 20 in Destiny, chances are you're stuck grinding for engrams in the hopes that you'll nab some sweet Legendary gear. Or you could just say screw it, and dance your way across the solar system like this one intrepid Guardian. Now that, friends, is truly legendary.

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Christopher Walken In Direct-To-VCR ’80s Puss In Boots Musical Is All I’ve Ever Wanted From the Internet

All closet skeletons should have such facial hair.

I'm sure many of you already knew about the direct-to-VCR 1988 Puss in Boots musical starring Sean Connery's son Jason and a young Christopher Walken as a giant mustachioed cat-man.

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Speaking of Dancing Groot, Guess Who Provided the Moves?

What, isn't every conversation about dancing Groot right now?

Just a few hours ago we posted the official video of Groot from the end of Guardians of the Galaxy dancing his tiny twiggy heart out. But as much as we want to pretend that giant talking trees are real and hanging out in actual space, Groot does not actually exist. So whose dance moves were those?

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Accomplished Scientist Kicked Out Of Concert For Crowd Surfing To Handel’s “Messiah”

Bill! Bill! Bill! Bill!

If renowned authority on non-equilibrium molecular reaction dynamics Dr.David Glowacki was on the periodic table, he'd totally be a metal, dude: the scientist had to be physically removed recently from Britain's Old Vic theater for attempting to crowd surf at a classical concert. True story.

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A Bunch of Babies Listened to the Backstreet Boys for Scientific Research

Think carefully, baby: Howie or A.J.?

At what point does an infant's response to music transition from unrelated flailing to busting a baby move? A group of scientists undeterred by extreme cuteness observed a bunch of babies "dancing" to The Backstreet Boys to examine when humans develop a sense of rhythm (and if, right? I can't be the only one).

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Stow Your Second-Hand Embarrassment and Watch Billy Dee Williams Do a Star Wars Cha Cha On Dancing With the Stars

To be fair to Billy Dee, it's less him in particular I find embarrassing and more this entire show. It just makes me cringe. Even that snazzy Lando-esque cape with the spangly gold lining cannot rescue this video for me. I demand a memory wipe for the last five minutes of my life. Bail Organa, hook me up? Previously in Dancing with the Stars

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Ladies and Gentlemen, Enjoy This Supercut of Christopher Walken Dancing

More like Christopher Dancen, amiright? Guys? Guys. Hey. Where are you going?

Christopher Walken isn't just an actor. He's an entertainer with a strong dance background, and he likes to show it off. The guy dances quite a bit in movies. Don't believe me? Just watch this supercut from the Huffington Post's Ben Craw showing off some of Walken's best moves.

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Tom Hiddleston vs. Benedict Cumberbatch: The Dance-Off [VIDEO]

The real winner is anyone who watches this.

The internet loves Tom Hiddleston and Benedict Cumberbatch. Their incredible performances (as Loki and Sherlock, in particular) kind of don't even hold a candle to their real-life charm. But an important question remains: whose moves are smoother, Hiddles' or Cummerbund's? You'll have to decide for yourself.

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And Now, the Winner of the 2013 Dance Your PhD Competition in Chemistry

We Have Done the Impossible and That Makes Us Mighty

The Dance Your PhD Competition challenges grad students in STEM to explain the technical details in their projects not in laymans terms, but in interpretive dance. The grand prize is $1k, and a trip to a screening of their winning video at Stanford University. Here's Ambalika Khadria's winning entry in the field of Chemistry (a trick she developed to observe the behavior of proteins), but you can see the rest of the winners at io9.

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This Attack On Titan Dance Routine Is… Is… Just Watch It [VIDEO]

i'll just leave this here

Apologies if you've already seen this guys' weirdimpressive Attack on Titan-themed dance moves, as this video was uploaded back in May. But I just saw it, and I'm sure there are other new Attack On Titans fans who have yet to be exposed to it, too. I feel at this moment like I understand nothing about the universe. (via: Japanator) Are you following The Mary Sue on Twitter, Facebook, Tumblr, Pinterest, & Google +?

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Woman Quits Job Making Viral Videos With Viral Video

The World Doesn't End Because the Doctor Dances

How best to express how much you hate the quantity over quality focus of your job working in the internet mines? Make a video of you dancing in your empty office that breaks 500k views in less than a week. Previously in Virality

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Superheroes Can Dance If They Want To, They Can Leave Their Sidekicks Behind

Faster than a speeding bullet!

Being a superhero is a stressful job. Sometimes when you're defending Gotham/Metropolis/New York/CIRCLE CITY NAME HERE you just need to take a few minutes to unwind. (Looking at you, Bats.) By, say, cutting a rug. Artist Jesse Lonergan has illustrated what that might look like with his wonderful series of dancing superheroes. We've put some of our favorites behind the cut, including some boogying heroes of the genderswapped variety, but if you go to Lonergan's Tumblr you'll find a lot more characters getting their groove on—including examples from Star Wars, The Lord of the Rings, Adventure Time, Doctor Who, and more. Oh, and I've also included a non-dancing drawing of the Hulk playing a flute. Because reasons. (via: /Film)

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Andrew Garfield’s Dance Skills & Pop-Culture Knowledge Are Tested On Ellen [VIDEO]

The World Doesn't End Because the Doctor Dances

If you're booked on Ellen it's a known fact you will probably be asked to dance at some point during the show. The context may not always be the same but it's always something to watch. In this particular instance Amazing Spider-Man star Andrew Garfield was asked to perform several different types of dances on the spot. For each one he got correct, $1000 would go to charity. The thing is, most of the dances required some significant pop-culture awareness, something I'm sure not a lot of actors actually have considering they're too busy being a part of that very culture. Regardless, Garfield pretty much nailed them all. Give it a look.

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U.S. Navy Programs Robot to Dance Gangnam Style [Video]

When they aren't figuring out how to protect the country from the Ukrainian attack dolphins, scientists developing technology for the U.S. navy likes to dance. Unfortunately, most of them don't have any rhythm, so they program their robots to dance for them. Case in point, CHARLI-2, an Autonomous Shipboard Humanoid (ASH), knows how to dance Gangnam-style. He may be a little late to the K-Pop party, he makes for up for it with commitment and enthusiasm. Let's all give CHARLI a round of applause... Before he decides to turn against his human masters.

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Truly, Deadpool vs. Gangnam Style is the Finest of All Possible “Gangnam Style” Videos

If you were thinking of doing a Gangnam Style video -- and yes, it has crossed all of our minds, the tune and video is just that ingrained in our brain holes now -- you can maybe stop now? Nothing is going to outdo this take featuring Deadpool with a special guest appearance by Bane, so we can all just stop trying at let this trend serenely and officially jump the shark. Because this video is kind of the best?

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