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If Someone Stuck a Fork in Your Hand, What Would YOU Do?
In this prank, a waitress seems to stab a (fake) hand of a diner.
These Classic British Sketches Are Still Hilarious Today
This video is a compilation of some of the funnier short sketches that are still grin-inducing today.
Compilation: The Most Elaborate Pranks From Just For Laughs!
Enjoy 10 minutes of uninterrupted prank-tastic comedy from Just For Laughs
This Gag Compilation is Literally Out of This World...
This video is so much fun, you're gonna have a blast!
Laugh Compilation: Best of Destructive Pranks!
The best destructive pranks of 2019, performed by the lovely Just For Laughs crew.
The Best Wholesome Pranks of 2019!
Enjoy some of the best wholesome pranks of this passing year of 2019.
Joke: Little Johnny's Chemistry Class
Little Johnny's Chemistry teacher wanted to teach his class a lesson...
Will You Remember? Test Yourself!
Test your visual memory in this sports-themed recall test.
Ever Wonder How Sugar Is Made?
The next time you add a spoonful of sugar into your morning cup of coffee, you'll know how much work was put into making it, from start to finish...
Do Salt Lamps Really Work?
Salt lamps exude negative ions, which are believed to improve one's mood and alertness and ease one's anxiety and depression. But is this true?
Everything You Wanted to Know About Mercury
The first thing that comes to mind when you hear mercury (the element) is that it's toxic. But that's just one of the many key facts about this unique element.
How The Brooklyn Bridge Narrowly Escaped Never Being Built
Learn about the fascinating, but equally tragic history of the construction of Brooklyn Bridge in this engaging and educational video
Try These Clever Science Tricks at Home!
Try these fascinating magic tricks at home with the little ones!
What Happens When You Keep a Jar of Pond Water?
This video is recommended to everyone delighted with nature and biology.
The Truth Behind the Leaning Tower of Pisa’s Architecture
Learn about the history behind the construction of Italy's Leaning Tower Of Pisa and what led to its famous engineering flaw.
7 Little-Known Body Parts We Never Knew About
Here's a look at some of the weird and little-known body parts that you didn’t know you had.
What Exactly Is DUST? The Answer Will Surprise You!
There's a common misconception that dust is mainly made of dead skin cells (up to 78%, according to some sources), but the truth is not so simple.
Explained: Why Haven't Humans Been Cloned Yet?
Understand why science hasn't yet taken the step to clone human beings in this informative video.
Six Inventions Da-Vinci Made Ahead of Their Time
He created and envisioned many inventions that were sometimes even centuries ahead of their time. Was there ever a genius as great as Da-Vinci?
A Garden Without Soil - the Future of Growing Food
Vertical gardens like this one are the next big innovation in farming. The mind-boggling feature of these gardens is that they are completely free of soil!
Do You Like the Smell of Rain? This Is Why
One of the best things about rain and thunderstorms is that clean fresh smell afterward. But what actually causes that distinct scent?
6 Of the Earliest Known Parasites Ever Found
Get to understand and learn about the earliest parasites discovered by scientists.
COVID-19: MIT Study Explains Which Places Should Open Last
MIT recently released an article that revealed which businesses and other public places should have reopened, and which ones should stay closed
This Cool Technology is the Future of Filmmaking
The world of CGI is moving at an insanely fast pace, and the famous green screen itself may soon be replaced by a novel technology called the volume.
Find Out How The Vaccine Of The Coronavirus Will Be Like
Everyone wants a vaccine for the novel coronavirus. But do you know how it will be developed? This video explains it all.
Science Lesson: Aristotle’s Baffling Wheel Paradox SOLVED
From Aristotle to Galileo, the wheel paradox has perplexed scientists for ages. The solution might surprise you.
Are Parallel Worlds Possible? Science Says Yes
In the 1950s, Hugh Everett proposed the Many Worlds interpretation of quantum mechanics - which means parallel worlds probably do exist
How to Make a Floating Chair
If you have some rope and wood - you too can build this floating chair!
Is It Possible to Power the Whole World with Just WIND?
IS it possible to create a world powered entirely by the wind? In this fascinating video, you will take a deep dive into the science of wind turbine technology...
The Robotic Kitchen That Will Make Your Meals!
Meet the world's first robotic kitchen that be the nucleus of the kitchen of the future.
Fascinating - How to Brush Your Teeth in Space
Living in space comes with a lot of unexpected limitations. Personal hygiene, for example, can become a real challenge...
The incredible Journey of Mankind to the Moon
The 45th Anniversary of the lunar landing is a great time to look back at one of the most amazing things mankind has ever done
Science Lesson: 10 Fiery Facts About the Sun You Must Know
Learn some fascinating and little-known facts about the Sun in this article.
Why Are Most People Right-Handed?
Most people are right-handed, and scientists know that it's a trait humans have had for millennia... but have you ever wondered why?
The World Can Learn From Singapore on How to Stay Cool
Discover how Singapore is using clever scientific methods to keep itself cool, even though global temperatures keep rising.
10 Obscure Inventions by World Famous Inventors
We’d like to bring your attention to 10 lesser-known inventions of famous figures in history, which will reveal a new and different side of these inventors to you.
For As Long as Humankind Has Existed, Alcohol Has Followed
Alcohol has been around in great variety for over 7000 years. How were they made and how did it spread? This video will tell you!
5 Things You Were Likely Taught Wrong in Elementary School
Why do astronauts float when they’re on the International Space Station? It’s because there’s no gravity, right? Not quite…
History: Did the Trojan War REALLY Happen?
The Trojan War, the most famous of the ancient wars, fought by thousands of men for ten long years on the beaches of the famed city of Troy. Was all that real?
4 Super Technologies That Started Off as Failed Inventions
Check out how some of the great technological inventions of our time actually started off as failed projects.
Watch as a Fun-Filled Day of Balloons Turns to Disaster!
The 1986 Cleveland Balloon Festival was meant to be a truly joyous occasion but instead quickly turned into a grave tragedy
What Your Eyes Can Reveal About Your Intelligence
Recent research drew a surprising link between pupil size and intelligence, claiming a person’s approximate IQ can be predicted by simply measuring their pupils.
The Largest Ongoing Construction Projects in the World
Take a look at some of the most remarkable ongoing mega construction projects that are sure to have a major impact on the world.
16 of Leonardo da Vinci's Inventions Tested!
This person recreated and tested 16 of Leonardo da Vinci's inventions, including the perpetual motion machine and the flying machine. Take a look.
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