10 Most Shocking Body Modifications Ever Hey Crash, today we’re going to be looking into the most shocking body modification options out there. More specifically, if you’re unaware of what that is; we’re going to be counting down the bizarre, and sometimes disturbing physical alterations that humans choose to make to their bodies. YOU MEAN
Build it. Draw it. Play It. Vsauce! This is your home for some of the coolest creations from everyday people. This is BiDiPi. Build it Estonian Designer Pavel Sidorenko repurposes old vinyl records into wall clocks. The series is called Re-Vinyl and he wants to reduce the waste of useful materials as well decrease the
An 11,500-year old infant has been unearthed in Alaska — and “Sunrise Girl-Child’s” DNA suggests that rather than several migratory waves over time, all Native American ancestry traces back to one massive migration. And to breed plants that use water more efficiently, researchers at Iowa State University are measuring exactly how long it takes for
Hey, Vsauce. Michael here. I am in Green Bank, West Virginia. Pocahontas County. And my favorite word is … I learned it from Big Bird and it’s not so much a word as the alphabet, if you try to pronounce it like a word. It’s a neat trick, almost poetic. But what counts as poetry?
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Build it draw it play it! Vsauce! This is your home for some of the coolest creations from everyday people. This is BiDiPi. Build it Artist Guy Laramee makes hand carved landscapes out of books. He says mountains of disused knowledge return to what they really are, mountains. Some of his projects include Han Shan,