Interesting talk by Alex Hofeldt for TED-Ed, animated by Bliink: “In 1995, scientists pointed the Hubble Telescope at an area of the sky near the Big Dipper. The location was apparently empty, and the whole endeavor was risky – what, if anything, was going to show up? But what came back was nothing short of spectacular: an image of over 1,500 galaxies glimmering in a tiny sliver of the universe. Alex Hofeldt helps us understand the scale of this image.”
“The Ouija game and Ouija movies permeate our culture. But their origin might be surprising. Before this board game was a staple, it emerged from the spiritualist movement in the United States in the mid-1800s and an aggressive entrepreneur who believed he could make a buck off of it.”
I think everyone of us had this moment, when you wanted to go as far away from everybody as possible, right?
RealLifeLore shows us, where this place is. The only problem: After 300.000 people having seen this video, that will become a very crowded place soon, I’m afraid…
Fail Army presents a cringe-causing compilation of the best and funniest fail videos that hit the Internet during the first week of June 2018.
Coleman Lowndes from Vox takes an interesting look at how “OK,” which originated as a joke from the 1830s, become one of the world’s most widely recognized words.
In the latest episode of his crudely animated satirical education series, “Casually Explained,” James takes a look at the origin and evolution of Internet memes.
The Pet Collective put together this entertaining collection of the best and funniest pet videos that hit the Internet during the first week of September 2018.