Ever since 5-year-old Oliver learned to talk he’s wanted to make science videos. In his first science video ever, Oliver creates the classic tornado in a jar and shares some interesting facts about tornadoes.
[Oliver’s Videos] [H/T:notcodyshafer]
Earlier this month, 20-year-old Brendan Jankowski was headed east on I-94 just outside Minneapolis, Minnesota when a rolled-up foam pad fell off a vehicle and onto the road in front of him. Jankowski, who had been riding for less than two weeks, tried to avoid crashing into the big pad, but hit it head-on at ~50mph. Linda Leverty’s dashboard camera happened to be running at the time of the crash and caught the entire accident on video. Jankowski suffered only minor injuries and investigators are still looking for the driver of the SUV.
[Linda L] [H/T:duucfho / Star Tribune]
Momondo, a Copenhagen-based travel search engine, recently celebrated diversity in the world by creating The DNA Journey, “a journey into who we are and how we are all connected as a global family.” Momondo asked 67 people from all over the world about their ancestry and asked them to take a DNA test to uncover their true story. Two weeks later the results were revealed to the paticipants. The powerful video proves “that there are more things uniting us, than dividing us.”
Nolan Sarner and Dave Keystone of Canoodle Content recently visited Camp Wahanowin in Orillia, Ontario, Canada and asked 11 kids, “If someone is in my house and they want to sleep over, how do I tell them I don’t want to?” While the kids don’t exactly know what they’re talking about, their advice might help one avoid the morning after.
[Canoodle Content] [H/T:peterpumpkinearter66]
Earlier this month, middle school graduate Jack Aiello delivered a hilarious 8-minute graduation speech to his classmates, teachers and parents. During his time at the podium, Aiello performed spot-on impressions of Donald Trump, Ted Cruz, President Obama, Hillary Clinton and Bernie Sanders. After viewing the video, it’s easy to see why Aiello’s “Presidential Graduation Speech” earned a standing ovation.
[John Aiello] [H/T:TastefullyOffensive / NPR]