If you were wondering how the United States Postal Service gets the mail from point A to point B in a orderly and consistent fashion,. I found a video explaining the entire process. From the inital drop off, to the sorting, to the analyzing, this video will alleviate any itch of curiousity.
If you haven’t studied modern nuclear reactor theory and have no clue what the hell is going on over in Japan, this video might provide some insight onto the situation. If I can get the gist of the problem down at 8am and before my morning coffee, this video should be a walk in the park for you guys. Happy learning!
Here’s a pretty awesome video showing us the awesome and strange powers behled by placebos, which goes to show you that your mind is a very powerful force of nature and it should be noted that our beliefs and our thoughts are just as real and should be given similar weight to the physical things that effect our life on a daily basis.
Here’s a pretty informative video created by the good folks of National Geographic summarizing the most typical traits that come from the 7 billion people that inhabit Earth and going even so far as having a composite sketch of what the most typical person on this planet looks like.
Knowing The Difference Between The United Kingdom, Great Britain And England Might Come In Handy One Of These Days
I’m pretty sure everyone has encountered that moment in a conversation when they were conflicted on whether or not to use Great Britain, United Kingdom, Or Britan when referring to that generally vague area of the world. This video clears up any vagueness and gives you confidence when referring to our European neighbor.
Here’s an awesome video of motivational speaker Richard St. John presenting the 8 secrets to success in a quick and poignant 3 minute presentation at TED. It’s Monday and I thought you could use some motivation to help you along the week, along your journey in achieving your dreams, even if that equates quiting your day job, drinking beer all day and watching old reruns of Maury Povich.
Many doomsday nutjobs pinpoint the apocolypse to Dec. 21, 2012, citing it as the day the Maya’s “Long Count” calendar ends….however, there are two options with this post, you can either read this extra long excerpt below or you can watch the video of Neil deGrasse Tyson debunking the 2012 apocalypse myth, or you could be really thorough and read the excerpt and watch the video…your choice but take solace in the fact that the world will not be ending in 2012 and you have many more days on Earth to be miserable and unhappy.
Here’s a pretty interesting and daunting video to give you perspective on how vast the universe is and how insignificantly small we are in comparison. If you don’t want your mind blown by the information contained in the video, I suggest you skip on to this video of a kitten being surprised…
Want to get a glimpse of what it’s like to be a tourist in the isolated nether region known as North Korea? Wonder no longer, as the folks over at Vice Magazine bravely ventured into the totalitarian controlled state and shot an insanely intresting documentary which unfurls the curtains on the most secretive country in the world.
Here’s a pretty interesting study done by the folks over at the dating site OkCupid.com, who pooled a sample of 526,00 users to see what different key words various races used in their profile descriptions.
We selected 526,000 OkCupid users at random and divided them into groups by their (self-stated) race. We then took all these people’s profile essays (280 million words in total!) and isolated the words and phrases that made each racial group’s essays statistically distinct from the others’.