Michael Jackson's dance moves live on in Lego form (and other stuff you missed)

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In the wake of the announcement of the PlayStation 4 , the internet is mysteriously quiet, but that doesn’t mean you’re going to have to miss out on today’s GeekBytes! Stick around for another look at the Russian meteor, a blocky Michael Jackson dance video, and cat rap.

Russian meteor breaks infrasonic records [YouTube]

The Comprehensive Nuclear-Test-Ban Treaty Organization works to make sure that countries that shouldn’t be testing nuclear weapons aren’t. The organization's infrasound sensors picked up the North Korean test launch last week, but it was surprised when a similarly enormous explosion occurred over Chelyabinsk, Russia. Of course, it was not a nuclear weapon; it was an astronomical one. Listen to this video to hear the modified audio of the meteor explosion. [via Popular Science]

Michael Jackson returns in Lego form [Vimeo]

If there is one thing we can all agree on, it’s that Michael Jackson was one stellar dancer. In fact, his moves have become so iconic that Annette Jung’s Lego representation of one of his routines is instantly recognizable. Check out more awesome animations at the Talking Animals Vimeo page. [via Mashable ]

A website with cats and rap...and that’s all [Bring in the Cats]

There isn’t a whole lot more to say. Go to this website if you are completely ok with spending 10 minutes staring at cat faces fly across a screen while music plays. It’s like the ending of solitaire, but with cats. [via Boing Boing]

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