Apr 222013
 

In our ever shrinking world, nearly all foods have become available to us. If you can afford it. Which got BuzzFeed Video wondering, ‘How Much Food Can You Buy For $5 Around The World?’

They answer this by visually comparing the amount of bananas, potatoes, and even beer you can buy in different countries with the same five bucks.

After just debuting over the weekend, the new video has already collected over one million hits, and is covered on SavvySugar, BestOfYouTube, HuffPost, and BuzzFeed

 


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Apr 222013
 

Grand Illusions specializes in interesting and rare toys that are based on science. In this episode, the host demonstrates the Heatmobile 2.0.

The simple device can be clipped onto a coffee mug filled with hot water, and amazingly, the propeller spins by converting the heat into mechanical energy.

 


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Apr 222013
 

The ‘Draw My Life‘ trend online has grown so popular, even North Korean dictator Kim Jong-un is getting in on the fun. Of course, Kim couldn’t make it, so he ‘hired’ the popular musical makers AVbyte to make this musical draw my life video for him. 

 


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Apr 212013
 

By now, most online viewers have seen the hilarious How Animals Eat Their Food viral video. In just two weeks, the parody of animal eating habits has been seen over 45 million times.

Naturally, many parodies and spoofs of the original have surfaced. Last week, Derick Watts & The Sunday Blues published this cutesy cartoon parody which showcases two animals demonstrating how people eat their food, and now they have gone viral in their own right. Already, the video has amassed over half a million views.  

 


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