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  1. Here, Have A Yule Log Video From AsapSCIENCE

    Ariel from The Little Mermaid would be so fascinated.

    Based on the classic Christmas tradition, "Yule Log videos" are long, looping clips of fires burning in fireplaces that sometimes go on for hours. And sure, they're pretty and all, but they're not very educational. At least, they weren't until AsapSCIENCE made their own, which shows you all the chemical components that go into making a fire burn.

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  2. Try This Digital Yule Log For The 21st Century

    No doubt plenty of us have spent many a holiday evening warming ourselves by the reassuring glow of a Yule log, perpetually burning away on some local cable access channel. As far as we're concerned, it's the perfect answer to a holiday fire -- all the holiday cheer, none of the mess and hassle of trying to set a log on fire inside your house -- which if we're being honest, always seemed rather dangerous and counter-intuitive to us. That's not to say the tradition of watching the Yule log pop and crackle on the TV set isn't due for an update. After all, who the heck has a TV set these days? This year, give this all digital Yule log -- designed by animator Nigel Upchurch -- a shot at warming your heart, if not necessarily your hearth.

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