Apr 082014
 
Why Is Ketchup So Hard To Pour

Everyone loves ketchup, but there’s nothing more annoying than spending five minutes attempting to get the ketchup out of one of those classic glass bottles. It takes forever! By the time it comes out, your fries are cold.

Why is that? Why is ketchup so hard to pour?

George Zaidan of TED-Ed explains in this educational animation that ketchup is a non-Newtonian fluid and has a very complex viscosity. 

 


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Apr 082014
 
Winnie The Pooh As Darth Vader Is Awesome

This video posted by Nimish Angela Thapar in 2013 is trending again now. At last years ConnectiCon Convention voice actor Jim Cummings graced a table reading of the first scene in Star Wars.

Who knew Darth Vader could be so enhanced by being given the voice of the loveable Winnie The Pooh?

Do not mess with Pooh Vader. 

 


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Apr 082014
 
How to Win at 5 Classic Board Games

Classic games like Monopoly and Battleship take a lot of luck to win. But there are a few tricks in these classic childhood games that can turn the tables in your favor.

BuzzFeed covers simple ways to win 5 classic board games in this video. Ruined friendships are not their responsibility.  

 


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Apr 082014
 
Playing The World’s Biggest Tetris Game

Tetris is a world famous cultural icon. That’s what inspired Drexel University professor Frank Lee to use the lights of a Philadelphia skyscraper to recreate the game on the largest light projection ever. He actually broke a world record by creating the largest video game ‘screen’ in the world, reports The New York Times

 


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Apr 082014
 
Driving Through Puddles In Super Slow Motion

Gav and Dan of The Slow Mo Guys collaborated with Scion and race car driver Ken Gushi for their latest project. After dumping plenty of water in the road, the two stood by as the Ken drove his Scion through the giant puddle and created an epic tidal wave. Of course, they captured all the waterworks under the lens of their super slow motion camera. 

 


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