It will never cease to amaze me with the ingenuity of people when it comes to LEGO contraptions. I’ve never seen one of these full size bridge girder movers, but watching this LEGO version makes me amazed at how humans have been able to make machines to make life easier. Especially since this machine is meant to make other amazing engineering feats easier. Tie it all up within LEGO, and it’s even more impressive.
This isn’t the first time I’ve watched actual YouTube Ads as separate videos. It’s a testament to the quality of said videos that I’ll sit and watch an entire ad before some other video plays. (Un)Fortunately that was not the case this time around.
Did you know that I’ve been to Yosemite National Park? It’s up there as my top 3 favorites. Along with Gates of the Arctic, and The Grand Tetons. There’s something special about Yosemite though. It’s one of the few parks which I’ve been to more than once. And I’d love to go back there again and again, it’s that beautiful, and that special.
Anyway, enjoy the above time-lapse, it’s enjoyable, and at first glance the music was weird, but on reflection, I like it.
Back to history. Back to memories. Back to where it all started.
If it weren’t for the brave men who stormed those beaches 74 years ago, the world as we know it would not exist. I’ve detailed it before in alternate history thursday posts. I will not explain it here. Instead this post will serve as a reminder to us all. Don’t count out the bravest, ever.
It’s simply fun to watch. I don’t know what the world record is. Or why he’s using Nutella. All I do know is that it was a joy to watch a grown man have that much excitement. The video is way better then the reddit gif originally makes it out to be.
These short YouTube videos make it very easy to learn things. You might not get a quality education. And you might get more of a cliff’s notes version, but you learn things. And if it’s interesting for you, you can use it to learn more about things in general.
Such is the case surrounding trying to figure out what “sea level” is.
Or you can also watch this video that explains why rivers have bends:
Once you can get past the terrible narration, you can appreciate the absolutely terrifying nature of this whistle. It’s theorized that these whistles were used to strike fear in the enemies. Or to send send the human brain into the next state of being.
I guess when you don’t have metallurgy, or guns, or those fun things, you have to make your own strange things to pass the time.
This video is somewhat easier to watch because the woman can carry a conversation better:
She also has a collection of whistles to blow though and terrify you with.