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03:47

Earth’s countries and coastlines from space

Earth’s countries and coastlines from space

Have you ever wondered what the Earth looks like from outer space? If you’re not lucky enough to be an astronaut, don’t worry! This video takes you across the whole planet in 4K HD, so you can see the coastlines in Europe while sitting on your couch! Where do you think the brightest cities are? Check out the video to find out!

 

03:19

What would Earth look like 100 million years from now?

What would Earth look like 100 million years from

Just imagine, 100 years ago the Eiffel Tower was the tallest structure on Earth. NFL didn’t exist, and the Model T was the most popular car. If so much can change in just 100 years, how much could be different in 100 million years? This video shows what the Earth could look like 100 million years from now. Watch it and be amazed!

 

02:07

Ghost particle detection in 4K

Ghost particle detection in 4K

What are ghost particles? Well the scientific description would be the source of a high-energy neutrino (particles that are created by the most powerful events in the cosmos that travel at speeds just shy of the speed of light and rarely interact with other matter, allowing them to travel unimpeded for long distances). In other words, you should probably watch the video!

 

05:23

This guy is the ultimate vintage camera collector

This guy is the ultimate vintage camera collector

What do you think is the greatest time period for photography? For David Silver, the 19th century cameras are the best, because in his mind, they epitomized the moment that photography became available to everyone. To show his love for them, he began what turned into a massive collection of antique cameras. Want to see his obsession? 

 

23:58

The hunt for secret treasure

The hunt for secret treasure

Have you ever wanted to go on a treasure hunt? Aside from games and movies, it may seem like not many exist. But there is a real-life hidden treasure, and it’s waiting to be found by the courageous adventurer. Forrest Fenn’s treasure is supposedly worth $2 million, and it could be yours if you can decipher the poem. Watch the video to see if you can find his gold.

 

02:25

What I streamed and what I liked: “The Man in High Castle”

What I streamed and what I liked: “The Man i

Kim's streaming pick for this weekend is the Amazon exclusive series "The Man in High Castle." This series, loosely based Philip K. Dick's novel of the same name, takes a look at what the world might look like had the outcome of World War II turned out differently.

 

08:35

Are electric bikes worth it?

Are electric bikes worth it?

It’s becoming more and more popular to get everything electric. From scooters to cars to bikes, electricity is the future, right? Electric bikes can be very useful for those with long enough commutes, but that doesn’t mean they are right for everyone. If you’re thinking about getting yourself an electric bike, watch this video first!  

 

01:31

How Coca-Cola got its design

How Coca-Cola got its design

One of the most recognizable brands in the world, if not the most, is Coca-Cola. That bright red background with the flowing white script is infamous in its popularity. While it’s iconic now, you probably don’t know about how it was created. Where did that famous font come from, and who originally made the design? Watch the video to find out!

 

06:06

Crushing a Japanese aluminum ball in hydraulic press

Crushing a Japanese aluminum ball in hydraulic pre

If you’ve seen the Japanese aluminum foil ball challenge, it’s essentially to make a sphere from pounding and polishing a ball of aluminum foil. However, does that really turn it into a solid ball of aluminum? While the mirror-polished balls look very pretty, this one is put to the test against a hydraulic press. Who would win?

 

03:01

Why are TV speakers bad?

Why are TV speakers bad?

When you purchase a TV, it probably isn’t because of its booming speakers, right? It’s because of that 4K HD screen, or even the screen size! But TV speakers are small, low quality, and often in the back or bottom of the TV. Sometimes they are even facing away from you! Is this just a ploy to get you to buy a sound bar? Or is there another reason behind it? Watch the video to find out!  

 

01:17

Why is this blue lizard almost extinct?

Why is this blue lizard almost extinct?

Iguanas are cool reptiles, and they can come in many different colors. One of the most beautiful, and most rare, is blue. Found only in the Grand Caymans, the blue iguana’s existence is being threatened. Watch the video to see how amazing these creatures are, and what can be done to save them.

 

03:17

These wheelchairs are made for off-roading

These wheelchairs are made for off-roading

Why let a wheelchair prevent you from off-roading? This new Ziesel Sport wheelchair can drive on any surface. Whether you want to follow the dirt bikes, or blast through the waves on the beach, you’ll be able to surpass your limits on this wheelchair. Only problem is how much it costs. Watch the video to see it in action!

 

01:56

Don’t ever buy a car

Don’t ever buy a car

Why should you buy a car? Or, more importantly, why shouldn’t you? Financial advisor Kevin O’Leary from ABC’s “Shark Tank” has some major advice when it comes to purchasing a car. It could take a huge toll on your finances, and is it even worth it? What are the other options when it comes to transportation. Find out what’s best for you in the video!

 

02:29

The Conjuring (2013)

The Conjuring (2013)

Paranormal investigators and demonologists Lorraine and Ed Warren are in the midst of one of their most challenging, and terrifying cases yet. Based on a true story, this film depicts the Perrons and their five daughters, who recently moved into a secluded farmhouse only to discover a supernatural presence doesn’t want them there. While the disturbances are at first benign, they quickly escalate and threaten the lives of every member, and anyone who tries to interfere.

 

02:33

Interview with the Vampire (1994)

Interview with the Vampire (1994)

Adapted from a novel with the same name, this movie follows the story of an 18th century lord turned vampire Louis, portrayed by Brad Pitt. He tells a biographer his origins, and how he came to be turned by the other vampire Lestat, played by Tom Cruise. It’s an epic story of one vampire just trying to find meaning after everything he loves is destroyed.

 

02:27

Coraline (2009)

Coraline (2009)

Coraline is moving to a new home, and once she gets there, she can’t help but explore. Inside, she discovers a secret door that leads to a world very much like her own, but in many ways it’s better. But her mirror family don’t want her to leave. It’s up to Coraline to use all her resources and bravery to make it back home in this stop-motion classic.

 

01:02

Van Helsing (2004)

Van Helsing (2004)

Hugh Jackman didn’t steal a loaf of bread this time, but he definitely has some adversaries to face in this monster movie. Get creeped out by vampires and werewolves and they vie for power, all while being hunted by Van Helsing. Along the way he encounters Anna Valerious and the two join together to destroy their common enemy.

 

01:45

Scooby Doo (2002)

Scooby Doo (2002)

Fully of hijinks and jokes, this movie brings the iconic mystery-solving dog to live action with talents such as Michelle Gellar from "Buffy the Vampire Slayer," and Rowan Atkinson. Scooby is at it again, but this time the gang isn’t working out so well. After their last mystery, everyone parted ways, only to be mysteriously called to the same island in search of a clue. Ruh-roh!

 

01:17

Children of the Corn (1984)

Children of the Corn (1984)

Originally a short story by Steven King, "Children of the Corn" follows a physician and his girlfriend driving across the Midwest to his new job. The trip comes to a sudden halt when they find the body of a murdered boy on the road. But not everything is as it seems as the couple head to town to contact the authorities. The children are out, and they are looking for blood.

 

05:04

Facial recognition in China

Facial recognition in China

Although this used to be the stuff of sci-fi movies, facial recognition is becoming a technology of today, especially in places like China. And more and more it is becoming a daily part of life. For the Chinese, this revolutionary technology is being used for marketing, surveillance and social control.

 

12:41

Military nano technologies

Military nano technologies

Technology is innovating and developing faster than ever before. And who’s at the front of this digital tend? Well, defense has been staying on top of these changes, and the military is the first to see some of these new nanotechnologies. Want a sneak peak into the future of technology? Watch this video!

 

09:16

Best and worst things to feed pets

Best and worst things to feed pets

When you may think of dog food, most likely you’re thinking of dried kibble from bags. And although that is a very popular type of dog food, it isn’t the only one. Not only that, but it isn’t the healthiest thing you could be feeding your dog either. Here’s one veterinarian's opinion on the best and worst things to feed your pets. Watch the video to see how well your dog food does!

 

00:59

You won’t want to eat these popsicles

You won’t want to eat these popsicles

Although most popsicles may be a sweet delicious treat, you shouldn’t eat these that students in Taiwan have made. As an art exhibit to showcase the reality of pollution, they took water samples from 100 places in Taiwan, and turned them into sewage popsicles. They aren’t edible, but they do make an important point in the environment and water supply.

 

01:28

Aladdin reboot trailer from Disney

Aladdin reboot trailer from Disney

Are you ready for another live-action Disney remake? Well, not to worry, because "Aladdin" is coming to the big screen again! Reminisce in all the songs and characters you know and love, but with a whole new world! Want to see a sneak peek of the new Disney film releasing next year? Watch the video, and all your wishes will be granted.

 

06:21

You won’t believe what this artist’s canvas is

You won’t believe what this artist’s canvas is

Toilet art has been popular ever since Marcel Duchamp’s “Fountain” in 1917. Since then, artists have been taking the most private aspects of life to the next level, and this artist in Texas is no different. His chosen medium is toilet seats, and you won’t believe the kind of art this man has produced over the years. Check out the video and prepare to be amazed!

 

02:03

What I streamed and really liked: “A Wrinkle in Time”

What I streamed and really liked: “A Wrinkle

Andrew's streaming pick for this weekend is Disney's adaptation "A Wrinkle in Time." Meg Murry and her little brother, Charles Wallace, have been without their scientist father, Mr. Murry, for five years, ever since he discovered a new planet and used the concept known as a tesseract to travel there. Joined by Meg's classmate Calvin O'Keefe and guided by the three mysterious astral travelers known as Mrs. Whatsit, Mrs. Who and Mrs. Which, the children brave a dangerous journey to a planet that possesses all of the evil in the universe.

 

07:10

People who ignore science lead the Flat Earth movement

People who ignore science lead the Flat Earth move

The Flat Earth movement is comprised of people who believe that the Earth is shaped like a frisbee, humans have never been to the moon, and all footage from space is faked. Why do some people subscribe to this belief, and why is it ignoring science?

 

00:30

This robot can jump over stuff

This robot can jump over stuff

Want to watch a video of a robot jumping over things? The Boston Dynamics robot is jumping over and climbing things, and while it may not seem that impressive, this robot is the future of dynamic robots. Why? Well, if you look closely, you can see that it is able to shift its weight to appropriately overcome obstacles. The robot uses computer vision to locate itself with respect to visual markers and hit the terrain accurately. It’s come a long way from not being able to walk in a straight line.

 

03:17

This museum of illusions is freaky

This museum of illusions is freaky

If you find yourself in New York City, definitely make a visit to the Museum of Illusions. It’s filled with interactive exhibits, and nothing is as it seems. Prepare to get amazed and have your eyes tricked in this fun experience for all ages.

 

04:21

Do Dogs Really Miss Us?

Do Dogs Really Miss Us?

We would like to think that, when we leave for work, our dogs miss us. Yes, they get really excited when we return, but are they happy to see us or is it just excitement for the sake of being happy? Are they looking forward to that meal you’re going to give them, or maybe the belly rubs they have been waiting for all day. But in reality, if someone else was to walk through that door at the end of the day, could you say that your dog wouldn’t act the same?

 

09:51

My Love Story by Tina Turner

My Love Story by Tina Turner

In this interview with CBS News' Gayle King, legendary singer Tina Turner discusses, "My Love Story"; about her life with Ike Turner; her husband, Erwin Bach; and the pain of her son, Craig's, suicide earlier this year.

 

05:48

What happened to Hong Kong’s iconic neon glow?

What happened to Hong Kong’s iconic neon glow?

When night falls on Hong Kong, there is still light. In fact, there are traditionally millions of neon signs that turn on, flashing light everywhere and luring potential customers to their doors. Walking down the streets of Hong Kong was a magical experience, with beautifully light signs everywhere, and neon flooding the otherwise dark streets. But recently, the number of neon signs has declined, and one tourist is searching the city to find out why.

 

09:50

How is cheese really made?

How is cheese really made?

You might be surprised. In fact, that topping you love so much that goes on pizza doesn’t just grow from the ground. No, there is no cheese tree that produces the pungent fruit of the toppings. Instead different cheeses have some pretty different ways to get made, and processes that give them that iconic texture and taste you love so much.

 

05:41

How did the Beatles logo come to be?

How did the Beatles logo come to be?

The Beatles logo is iconic. You might think that it was just obvious, how it was created. It’s the name of the band in fairly simple text. But the process was much deeper than that. And the reasoning behind it may surprise you.

 

06:13

What is the best chocolate chip cookie recipe?

What is the best chocolate chip cookie recipe?

If you’ve ever eaten a cookie, chances are you’ve eaten a chocolate chip cookie. And while you can’t really go wrong with chocolate chip cookies, there are ways to go really right with some cool recipes.

 

01:23

A starving polar bear’s story

A starving polar bear’s story

As humans continue to dominate the earth, it becomes even more important to take care of this green planet’s other residents. With global warming and pollution encroaching on the health and safety of many animals, one of the species most visibly hit are polar bears. Without the long ice to hunt their prey, these carnivores are forced to search farther for food, often going without.

 

03:20

The microscopic world around us

The microscopic world around us

Not everything that exists can be seen. Definitely not by the naked human eye. Explore all the different magical creatures you would never see with just your own two eyes!

 

02:13

What is mirror-touch synesthesia?

What is mirror-touch synesthesia?

Have you ever seen something sharp, and just by looking at it, feel the pain it could cause you? Maybe you saw someone else in pain, and physically felt the same sensation yourself? If not, you probably don’t have mirror-touch synesthesia, but it does exist. But this condition isn’t all bad.

 

05:24

Dogs reconnect with owners after tornadoes

Dogs reconnect with owners after tornadoes

It can be a heartbreaking decision to leave your furry family member behind in a natural disaster, but many families and owners are left with no choice, and can only hope that pets survive. Luckily for these owners, they are able to reunite with their lost dogs once again.

 

10:34

Stone-skipping robot

Stone-skipping robot

Skipping stones is hard. Maybe your older brother or parent could always do it really well, getting maybe 4 or 5 skips in, but your measly stones plunked straight into the water. Now you can impress them with your skills, at buying a robot that skips stones for you!

 

00:26

Shoe-tying robot

Shoe-tying robot

What’s one of the most trivial things you need to do daily that can entirely mess up your morning if you slack on it? One of them is definitely tying your shoes. If you don’t have the energy to bend down and put those shoelaces to work, then luckily there’s a robot that’s been programmed to. Maybe it even sings that little song about the bunny and the tree!

 

01:21

Robot serenader

Robot serenader

Have you ever wished to be one of those people in the movies where the love of their life approached them and began to sing their heart out? Well if that hasn’t happened to you yet, don’t worry! There’s a robot that can serenade you to your heart’s content. Just don’t expect it to do much else.

 

01:17

Robot powered by popcorn

Robot powered by popcorn

What’s the best way to power a robot? Gas? Oil? Neither! It’s popcorn, of course. But how can a robot survive on salty buttery goodness?

 

01:12

This robot can give you a hug

This robot can give you a hug

Have you ever needed a hug but there wasn’t someone around who could give it to you? Well now there’s a robot for that! Programmed specifically to give you all the hugs you need, and more!

 

01:40

Leopards attacking India’s sugarcane

Leopards attacking India’s sugarcane

When you have a sugarcane field, one of the concerns you probably wouldn’t expect would be having to defend it from leopards. This may seem unusual, and that’s because it is. Many leopards have been driven from their natural homes due to deforestation. Looking for food, they encroach on the nearby residents, and it has resulted in conflict between humans and the leopards.

 

01:11

Why ultrapure water is dangerous to you

Why ultrapure water is dangerous to you

You may be thinking - how could pure water be harmful to my body? Well, in reality, even the bottled water you drink has lots of extra minerals and electrolytes that help your body function healthily.  But ultrapure water can actually strip your body of these essential minerals. So what is ultrapure water used for?

 

02:21

Saturn’s creepy sounds

Saturn’s creepy sounds

Space is huge, but the vast proportion of it is empty. Well “empty” as in the space between objects in space. But while you might not be able to hear in a vacuum, it doesn’t stop those objects from making weird noises. The Cassini spacecraft has been detecting intense radio emissions from the planet Saturn. If you shift these signals into the realm of human hearing, they can be quite eerie. Watch the video to hear them!

 

17:29

Downhill Mountain Bike POV Speed Runs

Downhill Mountain Bike POV Speed Runs

This is downhill biking at its finest, and probably most terrifying. Luckily, you won’t have to do the real thing, but in this video you can be in awe at the people who are able to bike down the side of a mountain. Check out this video and enjoy!