Halloween is coming up, and we all know what that means: Christmas stuff starts showing up in stores any minute now. Also, on Halloween weekend, we'll be going to lots of haunted houses, haunted garages, haunted mazes, haunted cul-de-sacs and haunted, well, anything you can stick a light-up ghost on.
Jamie Hyneman and Adam Savage, aka the 'Mythbusters,' returned last week with an episode that finally put the JATO rocket car myth to bed. It's the culmination of 200 episodes of blowing things up, burning things down and generally showing the fun side of ridiculous scientific experiments.
Anybody who's been to YouTube quickly becomes cynical about the future of the human race, particularly when you read the comments to... well... any video. But this PBS video argues that YouTube actually makes you smarter by lowering barriers to learning about literally any topic. And we have to admit, they've got a point. There are all sorts of educational videos on YouTube. Of course, there are also videos like this:
Superstorm Sandy has caused a lot of damage. People have died, homes have been destroyed, businesses have been ruined. Americans across the country are reaching out by donating money, time, food, and clothing, but they're also reaching out with message of hope in the blog NOLA To New York.
It's Halloween in just a few short days, and that means a lot of brains: Frankenstein monsters looking for them, zombies munching on them, aliens exposing them in creepy experiments. But how much do we know about the brain? Could we survive getting them eaten? Do we need them at all? So here's a video explaining a bit about the brain, and whether a "no-brainer" exists
We feel really bad for Donna, the woman in this clip, because she seems an exceptionally nice lady. She's well-spoken and polite, just... hazy on a few concept. Donna called into a North Dakota morning show because she couldn't get anybody to pay attention to her problem. Which essentially boils down to misunderstanding who a specific sign is aimed at.
If you've ever played an instrument, you're probably familiar with the humble metronome. Back and forth, back and forth... but have you ever wondered what it would take to get more than one clicking in sync?
Turns out, even with a lot of them, all you really have to do is wait.
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