Bizarre Music Video Gets Meta as Director Inserts Himself into the Story


This music video is very meta indeed. It’s directed by Keith Schofield for musicians Stylo G and Jacob Plant. It starts off with a weird premise, a world where people who have no legs sees a bunch of guys chasing a pair of women’s legs—it’s then revealed that this is in fact just a music video being watched by people on YouTube. People who have no legs. People who go out to protest at the sexist video they’ve just watched.

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Causal Loop (A Time Travel Paradox) by Vsauce


A casual loop in time travel speak is a sequence of events where a certain event is among the causes of another event, which in turn is among the causes of the first-mentioned event, thus creating some weird time paradox. It’s a type of paradox that is often found in the movies, and in this Vsauce video they explore this brain-melting concept.

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Local News for the Modern Audience


The latest sketch from comedy channel Rooster Teeth features local news anchors updating their reporting for today’s mobile app-driven world. In doing so their honesty pretty much puts them out of a job, because as they note, you probably find out the sports results from your buddy down the bar. Celeb news comes from Instagram.

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The Science of Six Degrees of Separation


It’s a common saying, but are people really connected through just six steps? In a recent video by Veritasium host Derek Muller investigates the concept of six degrees of separation. According to Muller, although the idea of six degrees of separation has been around since the 1930s, it was not scientifically tested until the 1960s, when Harvard sociologist Stanley Milgram set up his “Small World” study.

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Watch Awesome Single-Take Short Film ‘Cólera’


Employing a variety of techniques filmmaker Aritz Moreno shoots this film in one long continuous take, as the camera moves about the cast and the scene keeping the action moving forward while racking up the tension. Right from the opening frame you’re pulled into it, wondering how it’s going to play out.

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Binkbeats Performs a Very Unusual Cover of Aphex Twin’s “Windowlicker”


Now this isn’t just your standard cover track, that’s not how Binkbeats works. Hailing from the Netherlands he covers electronic artists like Amon Tobin and Flying Lotus with the performance all achieved in one long take. This cover of Aphex Twin’s “Windowlicker” is unmistakably the same song, but it’s also a little different too.

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Land of the ‘C U Next Tuesdays’


Gather the family round, because it’s time to journey to a world full of c#nts — or at least, people saying the word c#nt, a lot. And not just anybody but celebrities which makes it all the more enjoyable. If you can count up the number of times the word c#nt is mentioned in this two and half minute video and send your answer on a postcard then you truly are a c#nt.

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Compton Cricket Club


Compton’s in the house and it looks like the west coast gangsters have a new weapon of choice — Once, cricket was the preserve of the British Empire and its subjects, played only by gentlemen of the aristocracy who indulged in a spiffing game before killing the natives, but times change and empires fall. And so it goes that cricket has now found itself in the city of Compton. Which is all well and good, as long as they don’t get too good and start thrashing the Brits.

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How to Make a Weed Margarita


With Thanksgiving coming up you might want to make that family dinner more interesting by offering everyone a special pre-dinner cocktail. By taking the classic margarita and giving it some extra mellow buzz with a weed infusion. You can do this by pre-soaking some of your finest buds in your favorite tequila.

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Scale Model of the Solar System Built in the Desert


Filmmakers Wylie Overstreet and Alex Gorosh build a scale model of the solar system on a dry lakebed in Nevada. Using a 7-mile stretch of Black Rock Desert the duo lay out the sun, which is a little bit bigger than a pilates ball, Earth is a tiny blue marble, and even Saturn and Jupiter could easily fit in the hand.

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Exploring Korea’s Illegal Tattooing Scene


Tattooing is actually illegal in South Korea but that hasn’t stopped artists from setting up studios—however to practice it they need to have a doctor’s license. Plus getting a tattoo is a big taboo in the country and is generally frowned upon by society.

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