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|How f***ing magnets work|
The Professor in the video has videos on MIT's Youtube Channel. He's a Professor of Physics. So, they chose a good source, just not the right material.
Wikipedia is not a great place to help someone come to an understanding a of a thing. They gave up on trying to "Make Technical Articles Accessible" long ago. It's an ugly beast at times but it does serve a useful function in finding trivia. Trying to learn a new subject, on the other hand, presents certain difficulties, which I'm sure, by now, you've come to know.
That doesn't mean that real learning can't happen via the Internet. Like I mentioned before, MIT has video classes on its channel on YouTube. They are actual lectures, that take actual time to watch. More than this, there are videos from other uploaders that happen to teach middle school and high school courses. If you're a little rusty on your Algebra (and that can be forgiven), just search for whatever you are having problems with, say, quadratic equations, and you'll get helpful videos, some even with people speaking in an English accent, which you may or may not find pleasant.
There's a whole class, some 36 lectures, on Electricity and Magnetism, by the Professor in this video, on the MIT channel. If you want to educate yourself, I warn you, it will take a while, as most videos are in the 50 minute range. It might cut into your cat-video watching time but at least you'll learn new things and potentially become a more interesting person in the process.
If you look for it, it's out there, but not always. Take into account that the human race hasn't figured absolutely everything out yet. We've come pretty far, but there are still mysteries to this world, and new things are always being discovered. The internet age has spoiled many of us who want our knowledge right now, right this very second, and like the bratty children we've become, we must (re)learn that we can't always get our way, but if we ask nicely, we sometimes do.
|This is Alabama. We speak English.|
Yeah, if I had some Quato / Tiny Attorney type dude living in me, I'd pretty much keep it to myself.
|The train that never stops|
I predict that in Fallout 5: Tokyo Terror, you will have to use the never stop train to ram into the heart of the Mega Behemoth Komodo Dragon.
|Penn Jillette and John Stossel on Glenn Beck|
All of them would kill you at some point. Stossel would kill you quicker because he's easy to underestimate. He's a wimpy little shit. You wouldn't think he's any kind of threat, but he knows he'll starve in a matter of weeks if he doesn't eat your corpse. He'll wait until you sleep and drop a rock on your head. Penn might have the same plan in mind at some point. He'll get hungry. He'll want to eat. He won't deprive himself. He might seem all charming and friendly at first, and might even have some good tips for getting off the island, but if things don't pan out soon he'll take you out. Beck would be an interesting case. I suspect he'd scope out the island, find which half is better on food and shelter, and offer you a deal to split the island with him, giving himself the better half. He'll do things his way, you do things your way, and never the twain shall meet. You might even survive and make do for a while, and enjoy the quiet time you have, but Beck will be burning through resources like it's nobody's business, all the while hoping God will get him out of the situation. When that doesn't pan out, he'll either think it's your fault, blame you for stealing his coconuts, or find some other insane and wrong reason to attack you, and you'll find out he's like a rabid animal, like Mike Tyson, and maybe he's been waiting his whole life for a moment like this. He might even think he'll get a good book deal after killing you in mortal combat and fudging the details a little.
So basically - since you're going to be in a life and death struggle anyway- pick Penn. Should you outlive him, he'll offer up the most calories. Just don't let him fool you with one of his magic tricks.
|One of Chris-chan's most disturbing videos: thoughts 'on how [he] can pleasure' women|
He just needs to go to jail one good time.
|This Cat Is A Genius|
reminds me of Quest for Glory IV: Shadows of Darkness.
|Mark Mothersbaugh Hawaiian Punch Commercial (1987)|
This is just the robots' way of gloating after killing off all of humanity. They're saying "We're still here, we're having a good time, and we took all your Hawaiian Punch."
|A-Pod part 2|
looks like Final Fantasy 8 predicted something.
|Lucille Bogan - shave 'em dry (1935)|
Being able to tell your grandparents they're full of shit: priceless.
|S'more the Terrifying Robot Pony|
questions everyone here is thinking:
"Yes, but can it hold a 350 pound man?"
"Does it have an audio diary mode?"
"I wonder if there's an Instructable to hack the voice output?"
"I really hate my neighbors and want to use this against them somehow but I just don't know where to begin. Would Yahoo Answers know?"
"Would it look bitchin' if I added some wings?"
|More David Caruso|
It would be more like "Well, then, I guess it's like... Fuck you."
|Walking Japanese Fembot HRP-4C|
Is it rape if consent is pre-programmed in?
|2 Minutes of youtube 'Beauty Gurus' saying 'Hey Guys'|
What is this garbage?
|New robotic hand 'can feel' [BBC]|
You might as well opt for the brain-computer-interface chip and get optional 3rd, 4th, 5th, and 6th hands. You'll have to start ordering or making custom clothing for your new sets of arms and wear some kind of mobile tool kit so you can swap out the interchangable hands at a moment's notice, but you'll be prepared for any occasion, and wonder how you ever got along at all, way back when you merely had 2 arms.
|The Danger of Science Denial|
If you hate TED, you're either trolling or missing the point, and either way, I feel sorry for you.
|Sweet Daddy Bear|
There's another version of this, slightly altered, that was turned into a Viagra ad.
"Don't let erectile dysfunction slow you down!"
|Auto Mario: Queen's 'Don't Stop Me Now'|
This made me smile uncontrollably and for that, I thank the person or persons responsible.
Yeah, fuck Nintendo Power. Their games were not as awesome as they always made them out to be.
|SimCity 3000 - Absolutely perfect city|
yeah, apparently so...
I'm not sure what's up with the Soul Reaver type music and weird flashing oddities (anybody notice the clown?) but I guess if I wasted a ton of my own personal time doing something fucking ridiculous, I'd want to make the project stand out somehow, too.
|Dan the Man: Stage 1|
I dig it.
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