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Free Beer & Hot Wings: Guy Turns Carrot Into Functioning Clarinet [Video]

The Ted Talks videos have become more and more popular over the past few years.

However, this has to be the most interesting one yet.

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Watch Popcorn Pop in Awesome Super Slo-Mo

I love the crazy Russian science hacker geek dude.  

I have no idea what his name is, obviously, but I think the stuff he's doing on YouTube is fun, and made even more entertaining by his accent, and when he says "Eh...close enough!"

He's doing more Slo Mo Lab stuff, and has some really cool things shot in like 25,000 frames per second, so you can really see things happen. He also does what most other slo-mo shows don't do.

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Free Beer & Hot Wings: The Dirtiest Things In Your House Right Now [Video]

Feel like freaking out the germaphobe in your life?

Show them this video and they’ll spend the next 24 hours in a panic-induced cleaning frenzy!

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Free Beer & Hot Wings: United Kingdom Has Bus That Runs on Poop [Video]

The United Kingdom is changing how people are getting from place to place, and it's quite interesting.

How are they doing this, you ask? They're doing it with poop. Yeah, that's right, fecal matter.

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Watch a Bowling Ball Fall at the Same Speed as Feathers – Because Science

There's one thing that's pretty cool, no matter who you are.  Science experiments.

Not the boring calculations, and theories, and all that stuff.  But the actual experiments that people do to prove all those crazy ideas the scientists have are true.  Whether it's a simple thing, or an insanely difficult thing to do, it's always pretty cool to watch.

Large Hadron Collider?  WTF?  But show me the stuff exploding when you collide stuff...I'm there.

Things falling slowly in a vacuum?  Hell yeah!

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BrainPort Device Let Blind People See With Their Tongue!

Coming from the category of "Whoda thunk it?", is the news that your eyes don't actually see, it's really your brain that interprets whatever your eyes happen to send it, so you can replace the input to your tongue!

A device called the BrainPort allows blind people to place this sensor on their tongue, and it will send information to their brain that allows them to "see" something!

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Ever Seen Tattooing in Slow Motion? Check This Out!

You might have tattoos already, or maybe are just thinking about them.  But have you ever seen the process in super-slow motion?

What do all those crazy-ass tiny needles do when they're stabbing you mercilessly, injecting ink into your skin?

Check out this awesome slo-mo video of the needles doing their thing!  It's pretty crazy.  It might turn you off of tatts...it might not.  Either way, it's pretty cool to see.

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How Does Laser Tattoo Removal Work? Watch It in Action!

Do you have any tatts you are having second thoughts about, but you're not sure how the laser removal thing works?

Check out this cool video where the Smarter Every Day guy checks out the science behind tattoo removal, how it works, and shows you laser removal in slow motion!  How freaking cool is that!

The moment you get inked, your body sees it as foreign material in your body and tries to kill it.

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Free Beer & Hot Wings: Robots Might Soon Help You Find Items at Lowe’s [Video]

The future is here, folks. And the future is ROBOTS!

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Free Beer & Hot Wings: What Happens When You Put 173 Eggs in a Microwave? [Video]

Who knew that eggs in a microwave could be so awesome?!

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How Did the Egyptians Move Those Massive Stones to Build Pyramids?

It turns out that the ancient Egyptians were a lot smarter than the people currently studying them!

For years, Egyptologists have been looking at pictograms and interpreting them however they want, usually giving some kind of religious meaning.  Everything seemed to be some crazy religious purification ritual or something.

In reality...not so much.

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Free Beer & Hot Wings: Creationist Explains How Noah Got Dinosaurs On the Ark [Video]

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