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  1. Dorkly Asks Who’s Faster: Superman Or The Flash [VIDEO]

    Strongbad? Is that you?

    Which DC hero is faster? I'm not sure, but I definitely know who's the biggest jerk. Hint: it's both of you. I sentence Superman and The Flash to a two-legged race, at regular, non-hyperbolic speeds. Nothing is faster than teamwork.

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  2. Video Recaps Lord of the Rings In Under 90 Seconds

    Can we knock out the Silmarillion in a solid fifteen?

    Mashable has released this animation that explains "everything you need to know about most epic trilogy of all time, in the time it takes to microwave popcorn." The video makes some great points about the correlation between beauty and virtue in the movies, but by the beard of Durin, when was the last time anyone thought about Hidalgo?

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  3. Are There Rules for Spoilers? Should There Be?

    Spoiler alert! Probably not.

    Personally, I believe in a statute of limitations, whereby you no longer have to feel responsible for not spoiling things after they've been around long enough, but you still shouldn't do it on purpose like a jerk. Of course, what exactly even constitutes a spoiler is different for different people, so maybe the Internet prophylactic method suggested by Emily Eifler would be a better way to go. PBS Idea Channel tried to find some other solutions. Get working on the spoiler condom, science.

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  4. What American Actors Would Have Starred in Doctor Who? This Video Has Answers

    But what color are their kidneys?

    Sure, we've all speculated which actors would have played the Doctor if Doctor Who had been an American series, but this video takes it a step further and actually compiles clips and quotes from actors to piece together an alternate universe in which it actually happened, and it is fantastic.

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  5. Frozen Is The New Black In This Dead-On Animation By Leigh Lahav

    99.99% "Let It Go" free. I swear.

    No one's a prison warden like Gaston!

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  6. 7-Year-Old Girl Visits Her Favorite Chemists in This Adorable Video

    We should all love chemistry as much as this girl loves chemistry.

    Adele Rouse got to live out every child's dream: she flew to England to visit her favorite chemists. (That's a thing all children want to do, right?) In this video Rouse visits some of the chemists behind Periodic Videos, an incredible YouTube channel that demonstrates some really incredible chemistry with humor and crazy hair.

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  7. Seven Adorable Kittens Move in Unison, Melt Our Hearts

    Your brain can't handle adorableness of this magnitude.

    What is the proper course of action when you have seven kittens lined up for a photo shoot? You get them all to react to a quickly moving object in unison, of course! Just look at their perfect, deadly-precise reflexes being all cute in synchronization and stuff. D'awwwwwwww.

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  8. AsapSCIENCE Takes on 7 Myths About the Brain

    Your brain probably believes some silly things about itself.

    AsapSCIENCE's latest YouTube video explains the truth behind seven common myths about our brains. Can you be "left-brained" or "right-brained"? What percentage of our brain do we really use? Does size matter? They've got the answers.

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  9. Slide Into a Giant Toilet in Tokyo’s New Toilet Science Exhibit

    You too, can become feces!

    If you find yourself not too busy between now and October 5, you might want to stop by the toilet exhibit at Tokyo's science museum. I say you might want to, because sliding into a giant toilet wearing a hat that looks like poop probably isn't for everyone, no matter how many books remind us that everyone poops. Definitely don't skip the singing toilet choir, though.

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  10. Reactions Celebrates the Fourth of July by Explaining Fireworks Chemistry

    Boom goes the dynamite bursting charge and effect pellets.

    It's Independence Day here in the US. That means a lot of different things to different people, but fireworks displays are pretty much a constant staple of the holiday. How do they work? The American Chemical Society's series Reactions and chemistry professor/author John A. Conkling PhD explain the chemistry behind those beautiful explosions.

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