Where does all the snot come from? – James May’s Q&A (Ep 3) – Head Squeeze
James May tells us exactly where that green snot in our nostrils comes from. He also delves into how mucus helps prevent harmful foreign objects from entering our bodies.
14 Strange Ways of Life the Ancient Egyptians Practiced
We often think that we are completely different from ancient people, but archaeology shows that we are quite wrong. Here is a list of 14 unbelievable facts about the life of ancient Egyptians.
How to Make Pillowy, Delicious Ricotta Dumplings | From the Test Kitchen | Bon Appétit
Senior Food Editor Andy Baraghani teaches us how to make these perfect, handmade ricotta dumplings paired with asparagus and green garlic. Once you get the hang of it, forming these dumplings is easy, but it may take a little practice at first.
Outlaw Tattoo Artist // 60 Second Docs
In South Korea, it is illegal to be a tattoo artist without a medical license. Despite this, Apro Lee pursues tattooing as his passion, working in his basement and oftentimes avoiding the public as a result of the judgement he encounters for his own tattoos. He continues to see the beauty in the human body and its transformation through tattoos.
The ramen restaurant where you eat alone
Solo dining is becoming popular, but the ramen chain Ichiran has been encouraging it since 1993.
GoPro: BMW Sets GUINNESS WORLD RECORDS™ Title for Drifting – 4K
On December 11th, 2017 BMW Drivers, Johan Schwartz and Matt Mullins, teamed up to set THE GUINNESS WORLD RECORDS title for Longest Vehicle Drift in 8 hours. In order for Johan to continuously drift the greatest distance possible, he must complete the world’s first ever tandem drift refuel with Matt so that he will have enough gas to achieve his goal without stopping. Ride along with Johan Schwartz, Matt Mullins and Matt Butts in the all-new BMW M5 with M xDrive as they team up to shatter world records.
Different types of chopsticks, explained
They might look similar but there’s differences between Japanese, Chinese and Korean chopsticks. Chopstick expert Edward Wang explains.
Why Is Blue So Rare In Nature?
Among living things, the color blue is oddly rare. Blue rocks, blue sky, blue water, sure. But blue animals? They are few and far between. And the ones that do make blue? They make it in some very strange and special ways compared to other colors. In this video, we’ll look at some very cool butterflies to help us learn how living things make blue, and why this beautiful hue is so rare in nature.
Why Do You Love Your Family?
Why do we love people we’re related to? Compared to strangers, why do we feel such a deep sense of connection with our family members? Sure, they’re nice to us, we take care of each other, and we often live with them, but there has to be a deeper biological reason. That reason, unsurprisingly is evolution. In this video, I explain why taking care of our family, or even dying for them, makes sense in the eyes of evolution.
How to Start a Business
We’re often encouraged to think that the secret to starting is a business is to have a bold and entirely original idea. But the suggestion here is that all we really need is to LOVE something a little more than most other people do: that will be enough to help us stand out from the competition.
Intermediate English with Karim #22
English classes streamed live on YouTube by Canadian and American teachers. During the class you can chat directly with the teacher and other students.
Alp speaks about his experience taking Project Management at the Canadian College
Alp took the Project Management Diploma at the Canadian College. He speaks about how the skills he learned studying in Vancouver helped him when he was working at Zodiac’s head office in Vancouver as a Project Manager.
Wagner writes about how the he worked and studied in Vancouver
“The hospitality program of the Canadian College opened the door for my future in the industry. The Diploma program enabled me not only to study but also work in relevant field. College classes complemented my previous study acquired in Brazil. I could always enlist the help of all faculty and staff of the College.”
Wagner (Hospitality Management)