Rick and Morty is the last place we’d turn to try and solve our existential crisis, but that didn’t stop video essayist Will Schoder from finding serious philosophical depth in the offbeat and indelicate sci-fi cartoon.
Real Engineering looks at one of the most basic electronic components, and how its ability to change between states is at the core of every bit of technology we count on every day. While early devices had just a handful of transistors, today’s computer chips pack billions.
(PG-13: Language) Movies have glorified the swashbuckling pirate lifestyle, but the reality is that they had it pretty bad, especially when it came to food, diseases, and overcrowded ships. Sam O’Nella explains why you should stop singing “Yo ho, yo ho, a pirate’s life for me.”
If you’ve ever watched an auction here in America, you know that the auctioneers speak a mile a minute, and what they’re saying seems almost like gibberish. In this video, auctioneer Barry Baker explains what they’re really saying in their so-called “chant.”