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05:13

Can you solve this riddle from Einstein?

Can you solve this riddle from Einstein?

This is one of the most difficult riddles, and it’s made by Einstein! See if you can remember all the clues, and figure out the answer. It involves some different fish and people from a few different countries.

 

04:45

This penniless pilgrim riddle will stump you!

This penniless pilgrim riddle will stump you!

You’re on a mission, but once you get to the city, you find out there’s a tax to enter a certain temple. Will you be able to outsmart the tax and get into the temple for free? If you want a great riddle to stump your friends, check out this penniless pilgrim riddle!

 

04:54

Will you be able to solve this three gods riddle?

Will you be able to solve this three gods riddle?

It’s quite possible the hardest logic riddle ever, but after watching this video, you’ll know how to solve it! You and your crew have crash landed on an alien planet, and want to get home. Will you be able to appease the three gods there that rule the land?

 

06:01

Can you solve this planet riddle?

Can you solve this planet riddle?

You are in a galactic police spaceship, and have just found a group of rebels hiding in a nearby cluster of seven planets. You need to catch them before their reinforcement arrives, but every hour they move to a new planet. Can you solve the riddle and catch the rebels before their backup arrives?

 

03:45

The hidden formula behind the jokes on late night shows

The hidden formula behind the jokes on late night

When you have to write dozens of topical jokes a day, you can’t wait for inspiration to strike. You need to follow a template that’ll get you there fast. Take a look at the secret process that Jimmy, the other Jimmy and the others use to generate the jokes they tell each night. They’re not so much clever as perfectly constructed to get the laughs.

 

06:25

The tumultuous year Intel was born

The tumultuous year Intel was born

Intel was born in 1968, 50 years ago, as two middle-aged engineers ushered in the era of fast, cheap electronics. As computer chips got smaller and smaller, their abilities got bigger and bigger. Intel may have missed out on chips for cellphones, but they have their sights set on whatever comes next, from self-driving cars, AI and drone tech.

 

07:52

Catching some big fish in the sea

Catching some big fish in the sea

Fishing can be a calming experience, and with all the different types and environments where people can fish, a diverse community exists. One of the most dangerous places you can fish is the ocean, but deep sea fishing comes with some of the best catches.

 

03:33

The Go-Go’s just keep on going

The Go-Go’s just keep on going

For 40 years now, the Go-Go’s have been one of the most successful all-female bands in rock history, having sold 7 million records worldwide. To get there, a lot of barriers had to be broken. Hear the members of this 1980s hit-making band talk about their lives, their musical style and why they think they still “got the beat.”

 

03:52

How to walk your cat

How to walk your cat

Cats can be great companions. They love to lounge around the house, and often have a life of their own that may not depend on their owners. But there are some cats who, like dogs, love going on walks and being outside. These owners tried to see if their cats would like going on a walk.

 

10:38

10 Disney Pixar Easter eggs you didn’t notice

10 Disney Pixar Easter eggs you didn’t notice

If there’s any film company that’s known for their little Easter eggs, it’s Pixar. From the pizza planet truck, to the hidden nods to their other films, you can bet a Pixar movie will have an Easter egg in it.  

 

01:42

Hiroshima in virtual reality

Hiroshima in virtual reality

If there's one event you wouldn't think the Japanese would want to relive, it's the atomic bombs at Hiroshima and Nagasaki, but that's what they're doing. A group of Japanese high school students, along with their teacher, have been working on a virtual reality recreation of the experience for a couple years now. The video shows the sights and sounds of Hiroshima before, during and after the bomb was dropped 73 years ago during World War II.

 

03:14

The best money advice from the best adviser

The best money advice from the best adviser

Warren Buffett, CEO of Berkshire Hathaway and one of this greatest philanthropists of all time, explains how you could have turned $114 into $400,000. He says the secret isn’t his smarts or a talent for finding investments. He says the secret is America itself. “America is a powerful economic machine since 1776,” he says.

 

02:28

The banana cockatiel

The banana cockatiel

A cockatiel is the smaller cousin of the cockatoo, and what it lacks in size, it can make up for in being adorable.  In this video, Alex the honking cockatiel meets a new friend, and although the new friend might just be a banana in disguise.

 

01:31

Edible water bottle

Edible water bottle

This one company has found an alternative to plastic water bottles, and it’s 100 percent biodegradable. 'Ooho' by Skipping Rocks Lab is an edible water bottle, and it could be the solution to decreasing harmful plastic waste. It’s made from a brown algae, and can be flavored or not.

 

02:41

How to get a pizza delivered under the sea

How to get a pizza delivered under the sea

This pizza delivery man straps on scuba gear and takes hot pies below the ocean in Key Largo, Florida. A hotel under the sea occupies a rusty former marine research center. That doesn’t stop its guests - in just two rooms - from getting hot pizzas delivered. Just make sure it isn’t soggy!

 

03:24

How are these people walking on water?

How are these people walking on water?

It isn’t biblical, and it isn’t impossible. If you ever wanted to walk on water, there’s a real  way to do it! These people are actually walking on water, but they can’t stay there too long, or they will sink!

 

02:50

Football player to neurosurgeon

Football player to neurosurgeon

Myron Rolle was a top football prospect out of high school, but he had bigger aspirations. A book led him to dream of a second opportunity, which involved Oxford, medicine and neurosurgery. And he is pursuing that after an NCAA and NFL career.

 

07:29

Expensive vs. cheap sushi

Expensive vs. cheap sushi

One of the least trustworthy foods are probably those that contain uncooked meat. Even more so if they are cheap. But is the expensive sushi really worth it? And what are the differences? What should you look for when purchasing sushi?

 

07:20

How to cook cheap vs. expensive steak

How to cook cheap vs. expensive steak

No matter if it’s expensive or not, the worst steak is always a well-done steak! But aside from preference, there’s a lot of difference between the expensive steaks you can get in restaurants, and the cheaper options that may be a little nicer on the wallet. What are the pros and cons of each?

 

17:17

Cheap vs. expensive coffee

Cheap vs. expensive coffee

Coffee is a necessity for some in the morning. But to wake up, do you want the nice, expensive beans or the ones that are cheap? It’s a difficult question, and if you don’t care about taste then price may be the defining factor for you. But if you like coffee and want good tasting coffee, this answer of which is better may surprise you!

 

20:46

Cheap vs. expensive bike

Cheap vs. expensive bike

What’s the difference between a sub-$100 bike and a very expensive bike? Is the expensive bike really worth the price difference? Maybe you’re not a professional biker, but knowing the differences that truly exist between a lower priced and top-of-the line bike might save your life.

 

03:32

Can you tell the difference between expensive wine and cheap wine?

Can you tell the difference between expensive wine

Neither can most people, unless they know about the price beforehand. In this video, a study is conducted to see which wine tastes better, the expensive or the cheap. In fact, the results may surprise you, and you might learn more about expensive wine than you wanted to know.

 

04:31

This girl can keep space junk at bay

This girl can keep space junk at bay

While it may not be immediately noticeable, the space around Earth is littered with debris. Whether it’s remnants from previous explorations, or defunct satellites just left spiraling in orbit, space debris is becoming a growing threat to more space exploration. This debris can be moving as fast as 17,500 miles per hour, with the ability to cause lots of damage.

 

01:30

A quick way to rack up American Express points

A quick way to rack up American Express points

A Chinese billionaire earned 170 million American Express points - enough to take free first-class flights for the rest of his life - all in one purchase. He did it by buying a Modigliani painting with a coveted American Express black card.

 

01:57

Cobra vs. mongoose

Cobra vs. mongoose

Cobras can grow up to seven feet in length and have deadly venom that will kill a human in as little as 30 minutes. But they meet their match in the mongoose. The furry little predator is lightning-fast and has a thick hide. The cobra strikes and strikes - and misses. When the mongoose attacks, he doesn’t miss.

 

08:08

Smashing with magnets in slow motion

Smashing with magnets in slow motion

If you like something, it’s probably even better in slow motion. Explosions, car chases, expertly executed fights, etc. One of the recent popular trends has been crushing objects in slow motion.  Whether it’s a hydraulic press or some other method, no doubt it always looks cool.

 

03:27

America’s last Blockbuster store

America’s last Blockbuster store

Blockbuster used to have 9,000 stores in the U.S., with all your favorite videotapes for rent. Now, the once-ubiquitous chain is down to one store, in Bend, Oregon. Listen to the manager of the last store talk about the movie-rental culture that survives in her corner of the world, and why she thinks they’re not going away anytime soon.

 

02:06

Why you should wrap your car keys in aluminum foil

Why you should wrap your car keys in aluminum foil

We've all heard the stories about people wearing tin foil hats for a variety of reasons. But should we wrap our car keys too? Modern cars are programmed to listen for an electronic signal from a key fob to unlock your doors wirelessly. It's convenient, but it comes at a price: The key fob's signal is easy for criminals to intercept. They have ways to open your car without setting off any alarms. If you have a keyless car model, they might be able to just drive away.

 

09:44

20 of the coolest houses ever built

20 of the coolest houses ever built

Have you ever wanted a house that stood out from all the others? Maybe you didn’t have enough money to make a huge, expensive home, but that doesn’t stop some houses from being among the most unique in the world.

 

02:23

This is the lightest metal on Earth

This is the lightest metal on Earth

This metal is light enough to rest on a dandelion. At 99.99% air, there’s no way that this metal could be used for much, but its structure is what gives it strength. While it may not seem like much, Microlattice metal can be used for innovations in aerospace and vehicular technology.

 

03:07

How a Domino’s Pizza gets made

How a Domino’s Pizza gets made

Here’s a video to make you hungry. Domino’s makes 125,000 pizzas a day in a manufacturing center in Connecticut, one of 5,500 such centers across the United States. Follow the automated process, from a giant tub of just six ingredients to “dough balls” to store delivery to hot at your door. It’s a lip-smacking process.

 

03:20

The world’s smartest parrot

The world’s smartest parrot

You might be wondering how smart parrots really are. While many have the ability to mimic, very rarely do people go farther in testing their intelligence. However, it is often said when considering one as a pet that they are intelligent animals, and need lots of mental stimulation.  But how smart can they really be, and what is the smartest parrot?

 

04:40

The fatal flaw of the Spitfire

The fatal flaw of the Spitfire

The Supermarine Spitfire is one of the most recognizable planes in history, and as a British airplane used by the Royal Air Force and other allied countries, its use during and after WWII is unforgettable. But while this airplane was built as a short-range, high performance interceptor, it has one fatal problem.

 

02:41

Amazing mountain mansion on a skyscraper

Amazing mountain mansion on a skyscraper

Somehow, someway, somebody built a secret two-story mountain atop a skyscraper in Beijing. It was discovered when a satellite got a picture of the weird structure. People who lived in the building had complained of strange things going on in it, including unexplained cracks and long elevator waits.

 

00:46

This machine turns bottles into sand

This machine turns bottles into sand

One of the more visible problems with today’s changing world is the demand for sand from the world’s beaches. This sand is being used in construction projects, but it is rarely replenished into the beaches. But one machine is trying to solve this problem: by turning used bottles into sand.

 

05:53

The unearthed Antarctic expeditions

The unearthed Antarctic expeditions

While Antarctica still remains a vastly un-populated frozen desert, there have been numerous scientific expeditions to the continent to study the vast frontier. However, the ice is an unforgiving land, and venturers into the white can quickly become lost under the snow, waiting to be unearthed.

 

02:36

David Copperfield gives up a big secret

David Copperfield gives up a big secret

One of magician David Copperfield’s signature illusions is the “Vanishing Crowd.” After an audience member got injured during the trick, he sued. During the lawsuit, Copperfield was forced to reveal how he makes a crowd of people vanish and then reappear in the back of a theater. It’s not magic - it’s all timing.

 

02:23

“Ghostbusters” (1984)

“Ghostbusters” (1984)

While there have been sequels and even a remake in recent years, sometimes the best of the series is the first. With “Ghostbusters,” the 1984 movie is what started it all, with iconic ghosts, scenes, and quotes, this one is a must-watch, even if it’s just for nostalgic purposes

 

01:35

“The Godfather” (1972)

“The Godfather” (1972)

With so many iconic references, and a trilogy made from it, “The Godfather” is a must-watch for any movie fanatic. It follows an aging patriarch of an organized crime dynasty as he transfers the control to his reluctant son. With the impressive talent of Al Pacino, Marlon Brando, Robert DuVall, and Diane Keaton, it’s worth it to binge watch all three movies, available on Netflix.

 

02:31

“The Iron Giant” (1999)

“The Iron Giant” (1999)

This instant classic isn’t just a kid’s movie. It’s also Brad Bird’s stunning directorial debut, who you might recall directed “The Incredibles” and iconic Pixar films. It takes place in October 1957, during the Cold War in America. The space race had officially begun, and tensions were running high. In a small town in Maine, one single mother is just concerned about providing for her 9-year-old son Hogarth. But he’s quite a handful, and ends up sneaking out of the house to look for mutant aliens or space invaders. One night, he finds one.

 

02:20

“The Sixth Sense” (1999)

“The Sixth Sense” (1999)

One of the most iconic M Night Shyamalan films, this story centers around a child psychologist who receives an award the same night he is visited by a troubled client from his past. After this encounter, the psychologist tries to rectify his mistakes with his previous client when he finds a child with very similar tendencies. But the child isn’t the only one with problems, and they’ll need each other to fix their issues.

 

02:55

“Jurassic Park” (1993)

“Jurassic Park” (1993)

This film kick-started a whole series and even the most recent reboot of an island zoo filled with dinosaurs. What could go wrong? While it may be the oldest movie, this impressive film ages quite well, with practical effects and dinosaur puppets that will still creep you out with their eerily realistic appearances. 

 

02:02

The ultimate pest controller

The ultimate pest controller

If you’ve had a problem with pests where you live, it probably wasn’t life-threatening. Maybe it was an infestation of ants or termites, but not any creature that could kill you in 15 minutes if it wanted to. For one pest controller in Kandahar, however, dealing with deadly wild animals is a daily chore. His job is to make sure the people at the Kandahar air base are safe from the wildlife that teems at its edges, especially when they occasionally get in.

 

02:52

Second chance at love

Second chance at love

About 5 years ago, Angela was hit by a car in New York City. After waking up from a month-long coma, she had lost 15 years of her life - and most of her second marriage - as her memories vanished. Jeff, her husband of 17 years, had to figure out how to go from stranger to spouse. He began courting his wife again. Jeff says he had a second chance to find his one true love.

 

04:25

Are atoms from nuclear explosions in your brain?

Are atoms from nuclear explosions in your brain?

You might not think there could be a connection between nuclear bombs and scientists studying the human brain, but oddly enough, there is. How can this possibly make sense, and what does it mean for humans?

 

03:05

Here’s how Costco gets you to spend more money

Here’s how Costco gets you to spend more money

Forget the free food samples, cheap gas and sale items. Costco has other ways to get more money out of you. For example, ever notice how the location of items keeps changing? That’s all part of their plan to get you all over the store to see more items and make impulse purchases. 

 

08:41

How can planes take off vertically?

How can planes take off vertically?

It isn’t a hoax. There are planes that can take off vertically, and it’s real-life science. However, this advance in science is a long time coming. And it still has its limits.