Just in time for mid-term elections, directors Adam Gault and Stefanie Augustine revisit Abraham Lincolns most famous speech in this animated short read by Mitch Rapoport. Sound design by Chris Villepigue and additional animation by Carlo Vega.
Science@NASA: EMS Electromagnetic Spectrum (Episode 3) - Microwaves
Electromagnetic radiation which has a longer wavelength (between 1 mm and 30 cm) than visible light. Microwaves can be used to study the Universe, communicate with satellites in Earth orbit, and cook popcorn.
An animated short movie by Rubber House.
From Mad Magazine, Black Spy figures out that a steel vest will protect him from White Spy.
The MakerLegoBot can print 3D Lego models, using standard Lego bricks. In this video, a simple Lego house is printed from an MLCad model on a computer. The robot uses 3 Mindstorm NXT robot brick's and 9 motors.
Canadian Nicola plays Paganini's Concerto for faces in D major
My robotic curtain protects me from nosey looks of pedestrians passing by.
Girl spits her gum out and sucks it back in on David Letterman.
October 15, 2010 on Sky News:
A film portraying the real-life stoning of an Iranian woman is opening in London despite protests from the country's government.
It depicts a brutal form of punishment still sanctioned by Iran's current hard-line regime.
The film's director claims some European governments have been reluctant to support it - fearful of antagonising Iran's regime, already at loggerheads with the West.
Jesse Ventura appears on CNN shortly after the Bill O'Reilly appearance on The View.
October 15, 2010 CNN
Jimmy Kimmel Live - This Week in Unnecessary Censorship
What do movie special effects, the stock market, heart attacks, and the rings of Saturn have in common...
A 2008 NOVA documentary about Mandelbrot's fractals.
Not even the Jews For Jesus are willing to help Orel, our of fear of their own salvation.
From Moral Orel.
Drunk chicks are the best, because they always start out so cocky, but eventually you get the drunk chick spiral.
Whoopi and Joy Behar walk off stage while interviewing Bill O'Reilly