Oh no, not another educational science video? Don’t worry, this is a science video with a difference.
Most of you have already heard about Henry Reich and his Minute Physics youtube videos.
Well, here he is again with his latest video “Everyone loves the idea of parallel universes.”
This version of a “science” video speaks about Hollywood science, and how they use theories that are based on the impossible premise of travelling to an alternate reality just like ours, only a little different.
The question is : Is there really any true science behind these statements? I wonder…
Every now and then we get an original photo montage that makes us all smile.
Photographer Murad Osmann had the brilliant idea of immortalizing the moments when his girlfriend leads him around the world in a series of Instagram photos entitled “Follow Me to” and has instantly gone viral.
They start off in Berlin, travel all around the globe, and end up in exotic destinations.
I was truly moved by the gallery.
Would you follow your girlfriend around the world? I know I would follow mine!
Here are the famous pics!
So what do you think?
For more of his pics you can visit his instagram page here
On fait un tour ensemble ma petite pomme de terre 😉
Over the past few weeks, the new “swag” of the moment has been the Harlem Shake.
Much like most of what becomes a global phenomenon at the moment, we don’t know where the original version comes from.
Where does the Harlem Shake come from and why has it become so popular?
Well, the answer is simple, and in the title of the song/dance frenzy.
The origin of the song/dance comes from…Harlem (obviously).
But isn’t Harlem an area in the States where the famous Globe Trotters come from? Because for the moment I’ve seen lots of people dance around for 30 seconds with absolutely no fear of making a fool of themselves, but not once have I seen a video even remotely looking like it came from Harlem.
That is until now…
Instead of the usual 30 second bash to your brain, this video lasts just over 4 minutes, and is actually worth the watch.
If you’re man enough to last the 30 seconds of the usual Harlem Shake, you’re in for a treat. (and let’s face it, even if you’re not tough enough, you can last another 30 seconds after all of those “Best Harlem Shake” and “Top 10 Harlem Shake” videos you’ve watched over and over.
So what do you think?
Does this video actually remind you of Harlem?
Oh, and here’s an added bonus since I mentionned the Harlem Globe Trotters, here they are :
Have you ever wanted to see MarioWorld through Mario’s eyes? Well, thanks to Freddie Wong (once again), we can.
With almost 2 million hits in only a few days, this is on it’s way to be his most viral video yet.
Back in 2011, Freddie posted a video that reached up to 18.2 million hits with his first person Mario. Now Brandon Laatsh (visual effects) and himself have teamed up once again for the sequel “EndGame”!
Any true gamer will recognise the different scenes in this brief but epic video, and everyone will obviously recognise his arch rival Bowser.
What do you think?
Here is the original version of the video which got over 18 million youtube hits.
And here is another one of his famous videos Video Game High School
Usually I’m not their number one fan, but this is for a good cause!
Each year in Britain and Ireland, Comic relief raises funds to help associations around the world who need both the funds and the publicity to keep up their good work.
Eastenders cast generally end up imitating Queen, celebs make fun of their image, singers show up out of no where, and the day is always a general success, all this done while receiving donations from tv viewers and more.
This year One Direction also decided to get involved!
For their latest clip, they decided to save money by choosing to have a cheap music video showing the back-stage images of their world tour rather than spend the money on one produced by a big-shot producer.
Fair play lads, I know that the money you saved will go to the right associations.
Can you spot the surprise politician in the video? 😉