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18 Things Your Laptop Can Do That You Might Not Know About



You use it every day and you must think you know it pretty well. In fact, your laptop a lot of secret stuff and amazing tricks that you'll never find if you don't look well enough. For example, it's not necessary to buy an additional monitor if you work a lot at the computer and one desktop is not enough. Your laptop can create as many desktops as you need. And, if you sit at your workplace and receive a call or a message on your phone, you can answer either of them from your laptop. These are just two of the secret features that are waiting to be discovered! Other videos you might like:
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Answer calls and messages from your laptop 0:24
Create as many desktops as you need 0:51
Install animated dynamic wallpapers 1:28
Set the Do Not Disturb mode on your laptop 1:52
Advanced screen recording 2:33
Display the image from laptop on your TV screen 2:51
Turn on the typing dictation function 3:32
Smart folders 3:52
Spotlight Search hidden features 4:46
Make the Dock panel disappear 5:23
A quick and easy way to draw the Apple logo 5:36
“Win” button 5:52
Command key 6:40
A funny Easter egg 7:19
Skype has a huge number of hidden emoticons 7:44
Hide folders on your Mac 8:04
The fastest way to block access to your MacBook 8:24
Windows 10 Creators Update has a special game mode 8:32 #computertricks #shortcuts #brightside SUMMARY:
-You need to have the same Apple ID on your phone and computer to answer phone calls and messages. -Press Ctrl + up arrow and you will see all opened applications on the laptop. Hover over the top of the screen and the function to create another desktop will appear.
-Open Apple in the MacOS menu then choose System Preferences, Desktop & Screen Saver, and Desktop photos, then pick a Dynamic Desktop to set an animated wallpaper. -Thanks to Do Not Disturb mode you won’t be distracted by notifications, messages, and calls.
-MacOS developers have added a screen recording function, recording a selected area, editing a thumbnail and setting a timer for the screenshot.
-If your TV supports this function, you can connect it to your laptop wirelessly.
-To turn on typing dictation on Mac, go to System Preferences, Keyboard, and Dictation. On Windows: dictation is installed using Ease of Access then Speech.
-The smart folder can help you collect all the documents you need in a couple of clicks in one place.
-Spotlight Search can be used as a quick calculator, dictionary and converter.
-Press Command + Option + D and the Dock panel will disappear.
-In any text editor, press the Option + Shift + K keys and the company icon will appear.
-By itself, “Win”’s only function is to open the main menu. But in combination with other keys, it is quite useful.
-On macOS, such a unique key is Command, and there are some cool combinations with it. -Open WinRar, go to the Help – About WinRar and click on the logo. Check it.
-If you write (toivo) in brackets, you'll see a man with a dog, write (rock) and it shows you a real rock.
-If there are any secret folders or files on your Mac that no one should find, then you can hide them.
-The fastest way to block access to your MacBook is to press Command + Control + Q.
-Windows 10 Creators Update has a special game mode, thanks to which you can increase the FPS level and improve game performance. Music by Epidemic Sound https://www.epidemicsound.com/ Subscribe to Bright Side : https://goo.gl/rQTJZz
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36 Rare Animal Facts You Forgot to Google



What’s the smartest bird on Earth? Which creature has an ear between its legs? And how do bears go to the bathroom while hibernating? I’m guessing very quietly. Here are the most random yet fascinating facts for all the animal lovers out there! Other videos you might like:
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The most dangerous bird in the world is the cassowary. 0:19
Kiwis have tiny ones under all their fluffy feathers. 0:34
The alligator snapping turtle catches its prey by going fishing.0;48 The Striated Heron throws a leaf or stick in the water as bait. 1:10 Jellyfish don't have blood or a heart to pump it. 1:28
A hippo’s skin gives off a red oil that protects the animal from sunburn. 1:42
There are real Flying Dragons in the rainforests of Southeast Asia. 2:03 There are poisonous birds out there. 2:23
Starfish can cover their prey with their stomachs and eat it outside the body. 2:35
Sea cucumbers can do the same party trick but they leave part of their guts behind to scare their attacker. 2:46
Crows and ravens are the smartest (and sneakiest!) birds on Earth. 2:58
But the brainiest of them all is the New Caledonian crow. 3:10
A koala's fingerprints are almost identical to human ones. 3:23
Dolphins have highly developed communication. 3:28
A bird's feathers weigh more than its skeleton. 3:39
The most fearless beast on Earth that really doesn’t care is the honey badger. 3:43
Their cousin, the European badger, builds extensive underground burrows called setts. 4:03
The praying mantis has an ear between its legs. 4:18
Sea turtles are constantly crying. 4:26
The Black Swift is a mysterious bird that lives, eats, and even sleeps in the sky. 4:35
Fish can fly too. 4:51
When a bear hibernates, its pulse and metabolism slow down. 5:04
Loud noises might not wake a bear from deep sleep, but that doesn’t mean you should go near one. 5:32
The Heikegani crab lives off the coast of Japan and has a distinct pattern on its shell that looks like a human face. 5:46
The fastest bird is the Peregrine Falcon. 6:00
Polar bears touch each other's nose to say hello and ask to share food. 6:11
Birds use singing to mark territory and attract mates. 6:18
Pearlescent layers accumulate inside oyster’s shell until they form a round pearl. 6:34
Owls are considered one of the most dangerous predatory birds. 7:03
People used to bring canaries to mines to alert of danger. 7:21
Flamingos stand on one leg to keep warm. 7:34
All over the globe, monuments have been dedicated to sparrows to show thanks to the birds for keeping insect pests away. 7:41
When hunting, tigers and lions let out a deafening roar that literally stuns their prey to the point that it can’t move. 7:49
The first bird to be domesticated by humans is the goose. 7:57
The way beavers build their dam is one of nature’s greatest secrets.
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If You Have Hiccups, Stick Your Tongue Out Hard!



There’s nothing more aggravating than getting repeatedly interrupted by yourself in the middle of a conversation. And those hiccups are hard to hide, and never seem to go away – just super awkward and uncomfortable in any social situation! Is there anything we can do besides just wait for the hiccups to release their grip?? Hiccups start in your diaphragm. If it gets irritated, it’ll spasm, causing you to unexpectedly suck in air. Luckily, there are some natural remedies you can use to kick those annoying hiccups to the curb, and some will even work in a pinch! Other videos you might like:
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What causes hiccups? 0:28
Ice Cold Water 1:24
Hold Your Breath 1:44
Sugar 2:06
Vinegar 2:31
Peanut Butter 2:52
Lemon 3:17
Chamomile 3:47
Pinch Your Nose And Swallow 4:17
Cough or Burp 4:44
Swallow with Your Mouth Open 5:05
Scare Those Hiccups Away 5:36
Swallowing Three Times 6:09
Take a Hot Bath 6:35
Breathe Essential Oils 7:00
Warm Milk 7:25
Stand on Your Head 7:47
Stick Your Tongue Out 8:15
Distract Yourself 8:37
Hot Sauce 9:14 #hiccups #naturalremedies #brightside SUMMARY:
-Guzzle down a cold glass of water as quickly as you can. The cold water will shock the system and “distract” it from the hiccups.
-Inhale deeply, and hold your breath for as long as you can.
-Get a teaspoon of white or brown sugar and hold it in your mouth for about five seconds.
-Swallow ½ a teaspoon of white, malt, or apple cider vinegar. Wash it down with a glass of water.
-Put one teaspoon of peanut butter in your mouth and hold it there. After a few seconds, swallow it. -The sourness will make you want to swallow lemon juice hard and quickly, and this will interrupt and stop your hiccups.
-Chamomile will relax the diaphragm and stop the spasms that are causing your hiccups.
-This interrupts your normal breathing pattern, so it should interrupt your hiccups too.
-When you anticipate the next round of hiccups, cough or make yourself burp.
-As soon as you feel the need to swallow, do so, but make sure to keep your mouth open.
-When you get startled and jump, the release of adrenaline and your body tensing up both affect the diaphragm.
-Try to quickly swallow three times in between hiccups to restore diaphragm control. -Heat is a good way to relax any muscle, including the diaphragm.
-Essential oils should relax your diaphragm and restore your normal breathing pattern. -Warm milk has a calming effect as good as any essential oil.
-Standing on your head turns the diaphragm upside down, shocking it out of spasms.
-Sticking your tongue out as far as it will possibly go will work a nerve that’s connected to your diaphragm.
-If you’re doing something you enjoy, your diaphragm will relax and stop spasming. -The heat will certainly change up your breathing pattern, and your body will be busy doing some serious temperature control. Music by Epidemic Sound https://www.epidemicsound.com/ Subscribe to Bright Side : https://goo.gl/rQTJZz
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How the Earth Once Swallowed Its Ocean



Our planet is about 4.5 billion years old and it has a history of doing shadowy things, such as creating landmasses and then making them disappear. Around 1 billion years ago, a mysterious supercontinent was formed, and it swallowed and flipped the mainland inside out. And that could happen again quite soon in geological time. The historical period when the land connected to become the Rodinia supercontinent and the time frame it split are a big foggy. Geologists believe that roughly every 600 million years we are met with the same fate. Our continents connect to form a huge landmass; our oceans connect to form a super-ocean; and then they split. Other videos you might like:
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The first supercontinents 0:53
Rodinia begins to split 1:39
The ozone layer is formed 2:56
The Earth’s litoshpere 3:40
The alternating cycles of the Earth 4:20
Subduction zones 5:07
Introversion and extroversion shifting methods 6:11
The ocean disappears 7:31
The next supercontinent 8:22 #earthhistory #supercontinent #brightside SUMMARY:
-The first supercontinent ever was Nuna. Then, after some more million years, Rodinia. It collected most of the Earth’s landmasses and then split around 750 million years ago.
-The breakup was triggered by a superplume – huge rising jets of hot molten rock in the Earth’s mantle began expanding. That caused enormous volcanic eruptions that were later found in every continent. -The ozone shield started forming a little after the Rodinia continent appeared. Since its appearance, it began absorbing higher levels of radiation from the sun, and that allowed life on land to flourish. -According to one of the papers, the Earth has two alternating cycles. The first one runs for 600 million years and it brings all the landmasses together. The second cycle lasts for double the time – around 1.2 billion years — and a new super ocean is born.
-Subduction zones are the boundaries that mark the collision between tectonic plates. When tectonic plates meet at a subduction zone, one bends and then slides under the other.
-During the introversion method, the oceanic crust dives back into the Earth’s hot mantle. But extroversion is quite different. That method creates a new super ocean and a fresh landmass.
-Both Nuna and Rodinia had the same super-ocean surrounding them. When the Oceanic crust started to subduct, Rodinia began separating and the sea disappeared. Interestingly, that super ocean re-appeared as the Panthalassa in the formation of Pangea. -The future hypothetical supercontinent is given the name of Amasia. Right now, the tectonic plates are moving North, which includes Australia and Africa. It is estimated that in a few hundred million years all the landmasses excluding Antarctica will connect in the North Pole to form the Amasia. Music by Epidemic Sound https://www.epidemicsound.com/ Subscribe to Bright Side : https://goo.gl/rQTJZz
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That’s Why Pluto Is Not a Planet Anymore



If you were in elementary school before 2006, there's a good chance you had to memorize the order of the 9 planets in our solar system; Mercury, Venus, Earth, Mars, Jupiter, Saturn, URinus—also pronounced UrANUS, and finally Neptune, and Pluto. Now, if you're currently in elementary school, you might be saying, "Wait, there were nine planets?” So, what happened to Pluto? It’s not like it’s gone anywhere. It’s still out there on the edge of the solar system, as cold and far away as ever, so what changed? Other videos you might like:
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What happened to Pluto? 0:46
What does the word planet mean? 1:26
How large is Pluto? 3:12
If it has a satellite, is it a planet? 4:03
The discovery of Eris 4:59
What does it take to be a planet now? 5:31
Scientists who believe Pluto is a planet 6:11 #pluto #spacefacts #brightside SUMMARY:
-Pluto hasn't changed, but our understanding of it has. We know way more about space than we did one hundred years ago.
-From the age of Galileo to the nineteenth century, planet referred to any object orbiting the Sun. So astronomers kept finding countless planets. -We know that Pluto is only one 459th the size of planet Earth, making it smaller than the moon and only about twice the size of the former planet Ceres. – Charon may be smaller than Pluto, but not that much smaller. One half the diameter might seem like a big difference, but not compared to the differences in size between the other planets and their moons.
-While Eris is slightly smaller than Pluto, initial measurements placed it as somewhat more massive. This added one more strike against Pluto’s status as a planet.
-First, a planet must orbit the Sun. Number two is that the object must be a sphere, or at least nearly so. Pluto checks the first two boxes but runs into trouble with number three, which says a planet must have "cleared the neighborhood" around it.
-Scientists who disagree with the IAU’s ruling and want to call Pluto a planet once more propose that any object with enough mass to maintain a spherical, or nearly spherical, shape would qualify as a planet. Preview photo credit: Global Mosaic of Pluto in True Color: By NASA/JHUAPL/SwRI, https://www.nasa.gov/image-feature/global-mosaic-of-pluto-in-true-color
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12 Natural Ways to Get Rid of Cockroaches Permanently



Cockroaches are unsanitary and annoying pests that are unwelcome guests in any home. But the smelly and expensive pesticides out there on the market are just as unpleasant and unsafe! So ditch the toxic chemicals, and try these 100% natural ways to keep roaches out of your house for good! Basic things like garlic, lemons, or vinegar will be your best friends if you want to get rid of those insects. If you try any of these natural remedies over time but it doesn’t seem to make a difference, then it’s probably high-time to call a professional! Other videos you might like:
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Know where and why infestations start 0:28
Bay Leaves 1:09
Garlic or Cayenne Powder 1:33
Lemons 1:52
Vinegar with Peppermint Oil 2:21
Neem Oil 2:49
Soap Solution 3:15
Catnip 3:48
DIY Traps 4:21
Baking Soda and Sugar Trap 4:43
Duct Tape Trap 5:22
Slippery Jar Trap 6:03
The Coffee Trap 6:45
If none of the above helps … 7:26 #cockroaches #getridofinsects #brightside SUMMARY:
-Infestations usually start in the kitchen, especially in those dark hard-to-clean spaces behind and under cabinets and appliances.
-Try tucking bay leaves or leaving a clump in those hard-to-clean places. This method may take a lot of bay leaves and patience, but it’s a nice natural way to send roaches packing. -You can use garlic- or onion powder, and sprinkle it in and around their favorite hangout spots.
-The lemon juice will effectively repel these pests, and your kitchen will smell amazing too!
-Just fill a medium-sized spray bottle with mostly vinegar, and add enough drops of peppermint essential oil so that you can smell it. Spray your kitchen and bathroom. -Neem oil keeps away a lot of insects and pests because it contains a certain chemical that’s poisonous to them.
-Cockroaches and similar pests breathe through the pores of their shells and skin, so when they start crawling around in this soap, the borax will get the job done. -Put some fresh catnip leaves in a sachet – you know, those little sheer drawstring bags usually used for steeping tea – or other porous bag. Cockroaches can’t stand it. -Once you’ve put the traps together, place them in the spots where you think the roaches are coming from, like nice dark places for them to look for food and water. -The sweet sugary smell attracts roaches, so they eat the powder mixture. Once they take a drink of water, it reacts with the baking soda, and, well, let’s just say the roaches get a bad case of bubble guts.
-Cut a sizable strip of duct tape off the roll, maybe about the length of your forearm. Put the strip sticky-side-up, and fold down each end so that it’s easy to pick up and dispose of later on. You’ll also need a bait.
-The cockroaches will climb in to go after the bait, but they won’t be able to climb back up the slippery surface to escape.
-Roaches are drawn to the smell of coffee too, so they’ll climb in after the grounds but won’t be able to get out since they’re not the greatest of swimmers.
-If you try any of these natural remedies over time but it doesn’t seem to make a difference, then it’s probably high-time to call a professional! Music by Epidemic Sound https://www.epidemicsound.com/ Subscribe to Bright Side : https://goo.gl/rQTJZz
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That’s How a Snake Gets into Your Bathroom



Bangkok, 2016. A man is going to the bathroom. He is getting ready to relax when all of a sudden, something crawls out of the toilet pipe and bites him. The man keeps his wits about him and calls the rescue service. The intruder is soon pulled out of the toilet, and it turns out to be a 10-foot python! Yes, there was a python in the potty! And this case is not the only one. Rescuers pull out dozens of snakes from toilets around the world every year. And, not only snakes get in there, but also octopuses, rats, frogs, and what not. Other videos you might like:
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How pythons get inside sewers 0:36
They get out in a different place 2:25
Pet snakes that escape 3:46
Snakes falling from trees 5:13
Rats in the sewer pipes 5:37
Other creatures in the sewers 6:08
What should you do if this happens 7:00 #snakes #survivaltips #brightside SUMMARY:
-Driven by the smell of food, a python doesn't notice that the jungle has ended, and human dwellings are all around. There, the snake gets inside the sewer. -Snakes wander around the sewers for a long time, crawl to the source of air and light, out a long S-shaped pipe and see a human. -There was a case when python knocked out the terrarium's roof glass and escaped. Snakes can escape not only from home terrariums but from zoos too.
-There were cases when snakes fell from tree branches directly onto a house's roof or got into an apartment through air vents.
-Rats get into the sewer on purpose: they know there is a lot of good food in your apartment. Sometimes they even manage to get into the kitchen.
-In some countries, such as Australia, funnel-web spiders can enter the sewers. Frogs can easily end up in your bathroom too. Another animal that could theoretically end up in the sewers is an octopus.
-If this is some small creature, like a rat or frog, then wash it off. Thanks to the fat on their fur, though, rats float in the water easily. Also, there are ultrasonic devices that produce a low-frequency sound. People don’t hear it, but it’s making rodents go nuts. Music by Epidemic Sound https://www.epidemicsound.com/ Subscribe to Bright Side : https://goo.gl/rQTJZz
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23 Flight Secrets Airline Don’t Want You to Know



Do you like to travel? If you answered “yes, of course”, chances are, you spend a good deal of your life up in the air. Planes get you to your destination in not time, driven by life and pure magic. You seem to know them well, but I bet there are some unanswered questions. Find out how can you get a free extra meal on your next flight? What do passengers do to annoy them the most? What am I talking about here? It’s flight attendant secrets and nightmares finally revealed. Stay till the end to find out what they might be calling you behind your back! Alright, here we go. Other videos you might like:
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They’re judging you during boarding. 0:23
And one of them is counting you! 0:38
Some passengers take life vests from the plane. 0:56
They’re not kidding when they ask you to turn your electronics off. 1:10
If you use the bathroom before takeoff, they let the pilot know. 1:30
Flight attendants aren't paid to help you lift your bags. 1:49
Their schedule is intense. 2:04
They don’t all know each other. 2:30
You make their job harder by roaming the aisles after takeoff. 2:53
You’re allowed to ask for more food! 3:16
You can get better service in the back of the plane. 3:33
Bottled drinks are your best friends during the flight. 4:02
Flight attendants aren't waiters. 4:21
They aren't your personal butlers either. 4:44
They don’t have ALL the answers. 5:07
They can’t stand when you stick your used napkin in your cup. 5:25
You can open the bathroom door from the outside. 5:41
The cabin isn't the cleanest place in the world. 5:55
Flight attendants know if you use aerosols on board. 6:20
There are rest compartments for the crew. 6:32
They ask you to lift the shades for a reason. 6:48
They can spice things up if they want! 6:59
The crew has their own secret language. 7:20 #flightsecrets #planes #brightside SUMMARY:
-If you're acting a bit off as you get on the plane, they might mark you down as a potentially problematic passenger.
-During boarding, they’re holding a special counter to keep track of how many passengers have boarded!
-If your life vest is missing, it’s probably become a souvenir for a sticky-fingered passenger before you. -If everyone uses their phones, it can seriously interfere with communication between air traffic control and the cockpit!
-The plane won't take off until you're out of the bathroom.
-Flight attendants only get paid for actual flight hours.
-There’s no fixed work week.
-In most cases, the crew only learn who they're flying with right before the trip.
-When passengers choose to stretch their legs or go see a friend in the other row, it starts a traffic jam.
-There are some leftover meals on almost every flight. If you're hungry for more, it never hurts to ask!
-You can normally get the best service in the back of the plane. -The onboard tanks it comes from don't get cleaned that much.
-Their main duty is to assist the captain in keeping things on board safe and acting fast in case of any unexpected situations.
-If you just want a glass of water, you can stretch your legs and go get it. -Don’t use the call button to ask the crew where the plane is flying right now.
-They have to fish napkins out and throw them away separately, and that just wastes their time. -If your kid is stuck inside or something, you just have to lift the lavatory sign and slide the knob into the unlock position.
-The tray tables just get a quick wipe down with one rag for all the rows. -A hair spray or deodorant will set off the alarm if you use it on board.
-Larger airplanes have little hidden rooms for the crew to rest.
-The emergency-exit shades must be up so that the flight attendants can see if it's safe outside before they open the doors. -You can sometimes see flight attendants make it more of a stand-up comedian piece or even dance on board!
-PAX is short for passengers. UM is an Unaccompanied Minor. Preview photo credit: Passengers standing to disembark from an airplane: By ruramos/Depositphotos.com, https://depositphotos.com/273843452/stock-photo-passengers-standing-to-disembark-from.html
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You’re Using GPS More Often Than You Think



It helps you avoid traffic jams and shows you the way in an unfamiliar city. But is that all GPS is good for? Turns out, it’s used for all kinds of stuff, like feeling earthquakes, finding treasures – it can even save you from a rendezvous with a shark! GPS is so efficient and precise that even people far away from the epicenter can be notified and have enough time to get ready for a big quake or evacuate. Wildlife migration tracking is very important in the conservation of endangered species. GPS is perfect for this goal! GPS is used to monitor your vehicle’s location in real time. Other videos you might like:
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It can feel an earthquake. 0:26
Farmers use it! 0:46
Robots would be lost without GPS. 1:04
It's used for surveying. 1:27
Volcano observatories make use of it. 1:47
GPS can help save endangered species. 2:19
You can use it for treasure-hunting! 2:46
Artworks are safer with it. 3:05
You can use GPS to make giant works of art! 3:35
GPS analyzes the atmosphere. 4:00
It measures snow levels too. 4:23
It makes weather forecasts more accurate. 4:50
It’s great for tracking pets! 5:12
You can track people too! 5:36
It saves people from sharks! 6:10
You can track your luggage. 6:47
You’ll always know where your vehicle is. 7:06
It works for fishing and hunting. 7:24
It’s useful in mining. 7:44
It could be the key to transport in the future! 8:04 #GPS #interestingfacts #brightside SUMMARY:
-Using advanced GPS receivers, scientists can tell how large and destructive an earthquake will be in a matter of 10 seconds.
-Thanks to GPS receivers, farmers can map their lands and send tractors and other equipment to certain crops for weeding or harvesting.
-Without GPS, robots used in the industrial, agricultural, and mapping spheres wouldn't be able to do their job.
-GPS is a perfect technology for creating high accuracy maps, measuring objects, and monitoring changes. -With time, GPS receivers rise or sink because of magma shifts. If you monitor the changes, you can see where exactly magma is flowing.
-GPS is perfect for wildlife migration tracking because you can get data about the animal's movements remotely through a satellite.
-Geocaching has become a popular hobby since the early 2000s. There are digital treasure maps with clues on where to find caches or trinkets.
-When you attach a tracker to an art piece, thieves will think twice before stealing it.
-Baltimore artist Michael Wallace made his city his canvas. He attached a GPS tracker to his bike, installed mapping software, and moves in intricate patterns creating digital art.
-GPS helps measure the amount of water vapor in the atmosphere that can come out as torrential rains.
-Scientists can learn how much moisture there is in the soil or how much snow there is on the surface using the echoes that bounce off the Earth and go to the GPS receiver.
-There’s hardly enough of the latter in some parts of the world, especially the oceans and polar regions. GPS helps fill that gap.
-Attaching a GPS microchip to your dog or cat's collar can save you a ton of nerves and time in case they chase after something and go missing.
-You can get a tracker in the form of a key chain, pendant, watch, you name it!
-One organization GPS-tagged about 50 sharks living mostly off the East Coast of the US. Once they get too close to the shore, the lifeguards are informed, and they let everyone else know it’s time to get out of the water.
-A GPS tracker can help you locate your suitcase wherever it is.
-GPS is used to monitor your vehicle’s location in real time.
-If you don't want to spend hours looking for that very place using trees or rocks as landmarks, GPS can help.
-Accurate GPS helps guide machines to natural treasures, drill safely, avoid collisions, survey, and manage entire operations.
-Driverless cars work with the help of GPS. Preview photo credit: Visitors take pictures in frront of Mona Lisa after it was returned at its place at the Louvre Museum in Paris on October 7, 2019: By ERIC FEFERBERG/AFP/East News, https://www.eastnews.ru/pictures/picture/id/78694376/i/20/t/127
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Why We Use Red Cups at Parties And Blow Candles on Birthdays



I was recently invited to a party. And while I was having fun, I began to think about all the things that make a party a party: Why are all the cups red? And who invented barbecue, dancing, and birthday wishes? It turns out that the first birthday party was in Ancient Egypt in 3000 BCE! Wish-making tradition dates back to Ancient Greece, and in England, coins and jewelry were put into the cake, which was then divided among all the guests. Here’s what else I found out! Other videos you might like:
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Happy Birthday 0:19
Make a wish 1:42
BBQ 2:57
Snacks 3:50
Red cups 4:43
Pinata 5:32
Dance 6:38
Fireworks 7:24 #party #traditions #brightside SUMMARY:
-The first birthday party was in Ancient Egypt in 3000 BCE. Only the pharaohs and their heirs were allowed to celebrate them. It was the same in Ancient Rome – only the kings and high-ranking officials got a feast on their special day.
-In Ancient Greece, a special pie was brought to the temple for the birthday of Artemis. The pie itself symbolized the moon, and the candles – the light from it.
-BBQ became popular thanks to George Washington in the 18th century! And he learned to BBQ from African Americans.
-In 1853, chef George Crum brought his signature dish to a rich client – french fries. However, the guest didn't like how thick the potato was cut. So, Chef Crum jokingly decided to cut the potatoes into paper thin slices and then fry them.
-In 1970, the American company "Solo Cup" first released its iconic plastic red cups. They instantly became popular with young people. They are red so that you can easily find your drink on the table – the red color stands out. Second, from a psychological point of view, the red color calls for decisiveness and action.
-Pinata-like rituals have appeared in all corners of the planet. But it's believed that it originated from China, where the ancestors of the pinata were paper lanterns and dragons.
-A very long time ago, people didn’t dance because it was fun, but to conduct pagan rites. They even took dance movements from animals.
-The first fireworks appeared in China and looked like this: a bamboo stick was thrown into the fire, bamboo banged loudly and it was believed that this scared away evil ghosts. Music by Epidemic Sound https://www.epidemicsound.com/ Subscribe to Bright Side : https://goo.gl/rQTJZz
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Why You Board the Plane from the Left



When you hear “airplane” you think of a “big, white, a rounded nose, relatively small tires, two oddly angled wings with their tips curling up, normally late taking off. Oh, and you always get on board through the left side!” But have you ever wondered why is it always the left side? And, why are do the wings have curved tips? Or, why is the entire wing tilted upward instead of being perfectly parallel with the ground? Most airliners have nicely rounded noses, but there are jets with pointy ones – so what decides it? Let’s see! Other videos you might like:
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Commercial aircraft usually have their wings angled backward 0:30
Many plane wings have curved tips 0:56
Why is the entire wing tilted upward instead of being perfectly parallel with the ground? 1:38
Why is lift so important? 2:13
Why is landing gear a bit tilted? 2:57
Why are wheels so small they for such a massive machine? 3:22
Why are airplane tires super inflated? 3:49
What are flashing lights on airplane's wings for? 4:08
Why do most planes have rounded noses, but there are jets with pointy ones? 4:35
Why do passengers board on the left? 5:41
Why don't airlines save time by letting people in through all the entrances at once? 6:39
Why can’t you always board a plane through a jet bridge? 7:54 #whyplanes #flightsecrets #brightside SUMMARY:
-Wings angled backward help planes be as fast as they are. -Wingtip vortices lead to slower speeds, more fuel consumption, higher CO2 emission, and safety issues.
-Upward angle is crucial for the airplane's stability. That stability is at risk when a jet comes across some obstacle, like a bump from turbulence, that can make it roll to either side.
-If you tilt the wing too much, the lift will get weaker or disappear altogether! Then the plane will stall in the air and eventually fall. If the wings are tilted down, the lift decreases.
-The tilt serves several purposes: to soften the landing and absorb the touchdown shock, to level the plane and prevent it from pitching forward, and to let the gear fit properly in the gear well. -If you made airplane wheels bigger, it would add extra load, and aircraft would waste more fuel carrying them.
-Thanks to huge pressure inside them (as well as the material they're made of), airplane tires don't burst under the immense weight of a landing aircraft. -The lighting scheme helps pilots figure out the direction of oncoming planes in the dark and avoid a collision. The green and red lights on commercial aircraft must be on from sunset to sunrise. – The faster a plane is, the sharper its nose will be since they need to cut through the air without meeting too much resistance. That's why almost all supersonic aircraft have pointy noses. -The right side is used for fueling the plane and loading and unloading baggage and cargo. If passengers were also entering aircraft from the right side, it would mess up the whole process and probably lead to accidents.
-Some airlines do use both for boarding and deplaning. But if people board an aircraft through a jetway, using both doors won't work. Jetways only reach the front left entrance.
-Some airports are just too busy and don't have enough gates. It's either using buses and mobile stairs or waiting for hours for an available gate. Music by Epidemic Sound https://www.epidemicsound.com/ Subscribe to Bright Side : https://goo.gl/rQTJZz
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Why Pay Phones and 11 Other Old Tech Still Exist



You’re walking down the street when you suddenly remember you need to call your bank. Oh no, your phone battery’s at 1%! You look around and here it is: a pay phone booth! And even better, there’s a phone book inside with the number you need. If you were born in the 2000s, you probably haven’t even heard of a fax machine. Photo labs have gone, but not completely – and they still offer their services to those interested. Come to think of it, though, how many other seemingly obsolete things are still out there? And why? Other videos you might like:
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Fax machines 0:25
Photo labs 1:09
Encyclopedias 1:43
Physical books and bookstores 2:12
VHS tapes 3:00
Photo albums 3:55
Old cell phones 4:32
Pay phones 5:11
Pagers 5:46
Copper pennies 6:34
Vinyl records 7:01
Landlines 7:29 #oldtechnology #obsoletethings #brightside SUMMARY:
-To use a fax machine, you need a printed copy of your document and the recipient has to own another such machine too. Bulky and pretty unreliable, fax machines became a thing of the past in the late 90s.
-Back in the second half of the 20th century, developing films with your vacation photos was all the rage. You had only 24 or 36 photos you could take before your film ended, so you took them carefully and then went to a photo lab to see what you had.
-You can still see paper encyclopedias on the shelves of bookstores — and many people, surprisingly, still use them.
-A bookshop has become not just a joint where you can buy a new novel by your favorite author, but a place to sit back, have a cup of tea or coffee, and relax in a comfortable chair, reading right there.
-Surprisingly, though they’re gone from households, there are still VHS tapes that are incredibly rare and valuable even today. For example, there’s a Star Wars sealed box tape for sale on eBay that costs $3,500.
-Today, with Instagram and digital pictures all around, a photo album seems obsolete, but almost any photographer you ask will offer you to make a photo album of your own.
-Unlike smartphones and tablets, these simple devices are very hard to track, so if you’re worried about being watched, an old cell phone is a really good choice.
-In some distant areas of the world, you’d be stranded without any connection if not for pay phones that are still installed in many countries.
-Pagers were extremely popular at some point in the 90s, but for obvious reasons they soon became outdated and replaced by more versatile mobile phones. However, paramedics and emergency care workers still use them.
-By and large, pennies are next to worthless, but they’re still being widely circulated. The cost of producing a penny is more than it’s actually worth: 1.7 cents for a 1 penny coin.
-Warm quality of sound they give and the feeling of authenticity when listening to the great bands of the 20th century makes lots of audiophiles around the world collect vinyl records and keep them as the treasure they certainly are.
-Many businesses still cling to landlines, and in some countries banks won’t even give you a loan if you don’t own a landline. Music by Epidemic Sound https://www.epidemicsound.com/ Subscribe to Bright Side : https://goo.gl/rQTJZz
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Why the Earth’s Core Is Hotter Than the Sun



We’ve managed to go hundreds of thousands of miles into space, but when it comes to the earth, we’ve barely scratched the surface. Our planet’s core is a magnificent mystery filled with secrets. It’s time to figure them out. The Earth’s inner core is an extra hot solid ball that has a radius just 30% smaller than the Moon. Scientists figured out that most of the Earth’s mass is located towards the center of our planet. The temperature of the inner core is about 9800°F. While the melting point of pure iron is about 2,800°F, at the core, its melting point is around 11,000° F. Other videos you might like:
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How does it remain solid? 5:28
Why is the earth still boiling? 5:50
A 2015 study from Durham University 6:53 #earthcore #earthfacts #brightside SUMMARY:
-It’s estimated that the Earth’s mass is 5.6 sextillion tons. More than 80% of the core consists of one of the ten most common elements in our galaxy: iron.
-In 2013, Wendy Mao and her team from Stanford discovered a possible solution for how this happened. During their experiment, molten iron slowly squeezed through the silicate rocks, and they had their answer. It took millions of years for the iron to reach the center, so it happened at a snail’s pace.
-During an earthquake, shockwaves are spread through the planet. Seismologists study these vibrations and try to read the reflections on the other side. As science progressed, it turned out that picky “S-WAVES” could only go through solid material, and not liquid. So something molten was present in the center of the Earth that was preventing the vibrations from going through.
-The temperature of the inner core is about 9800°F. While the melting point of pure iron is about 2,800°F, at the core, its melting point is around 11,000° F. The fluctuation in those temperatures comes from factoring in the extreme pressure the iron is exposed to at the core. -The reason it remains solid is because of the slow cooling of the outer core and its compression. The inner core spins faster than the Earth. That’s caused by the thermal activity inside our planet which creates the magnetosphere.
-The first reason the Earth is still boiling is that the core has remained hot from the time our planet was formed – roughly 4.5 billion years ago. Secondly, it generates heat from the friction of the dense materials as they move. And the last reason it’s so hot is from the decay of radioactive elements.
-A 2015 study from Durham University claimed that 90% of the Earth’s sulfur is in the core. When the impact happened, the Earth’s mantle melted, and some sulfur-rich liquid squeezed through the ruins and reformed it. Some of it was probably lost in space, but the rest sunk to the core. Music by Epidemic Sound https://www.epidemicsound.com/ Subscribe to Bright Side : https://goo.gl/rQTJZz
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Why Smartphones Are Always Rectangular



I bet you’re so used to a smartphone in your hand that you’ve never even asked yourself a question: why in the world is it rectangular? Why not square or round, for example? Or why, for that matter, you can’t use it when in gloves? Why is it not recommended to use your smartphone while it’s charging? Can that blue light from screens of smartphones and computers mess with your sleep? Well, let’s find out, shall we?! Other videos you might like:
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Why is it not recommended to use your smartphone while it’s charging? 0:54
Why electric cars can be fully charged within an hour, but a much smaller smartphone battery needs at least the same time or even more? 1:26
Why do smartphones charge slower in the cold? 1:53
Is blue light from screens of smartphones dangerous? 2:15
What is the most popular phone color? 2:45
Why is tablet PC cheaper than smartphone? 3:16
Why can’t you use your phone in gloves? 3:58
Does restarting phone really help solving some problems? 4:27
Why are phone screens rectangular? 5:02
Why can’t you take a picture of the moon with your phone? 6:06
Why do rear and front-facing cameras differ in picture quality a lot? 6:44
Why does restarting take for ages? 7:14
Why have may modern smartphones had their headphone jacks removed? 7:42
Why does your smartphone flash several times before making the actual shot in the dark? 8:12 #phonefacts #phonesecrets #brightside SUMMARY:
-LCD screens sacrifice visibility for better color reproduction. -While charging, your phone heats up, so using it might shorten its life. In laptops, the battery is well isolated from the rest of the parts, and the heat goes around it.
-Electric cars have large batteries with separate cooling systems that don’t allow them to overheat while charging. Smartphones will need equally good cooling not to melt down if charged too fast.
-Charging involves chemical reactions. They need a certain range of temperatures for optimal work, so if it’s too cold or too hot, your phone will charge more slowly.
-In modern gadgets there’s an option called “eye-saver mode” or “eye comfort.” It cuts off part of the blue light, making the screen yellowish, but letting your eyes and brain rest.
-Even when there are other color options, black is almost always one of them. The reason boils down to black being a universal color that fits any surroundings.
-Smartphone is mostly expensive than tablet PC because the phone has a radio chip and the tablet does not. Radio chip is probably the most complex part of a smartphone
-The screen reacts to conductive materials, and only if they’re a little squishy — they can activate several sensors at once this way. Gloves don’t conduct electricity, so you either need to use your bare fingers or buy yourself a pair of gloves with special fingertips.
-Rebooting your device helps clear all the unneeded residue and optimize its work.
-Rectangle is the most convenient shape for a screen. It has an orientation, so you can flip your phone all you want and it will adapt. Next, it fits into your pocket nice and cozy: the pocket is deeper than it is wide, so a phone longer than it is broad will sit there perfectly.
-Your smartphone camera is just not light-sensitive enough to capture the Moon in its full glory.
-A higher quality camera requires more space inside the phone, and manufacturers choose to install a smaller and cheaper camera in the front of their devices to save that space.
-When you switch off your device, it dumps everything from its short-term memory. So it takes time for the device to wake up and start functioning at its normal speed.
-First, without a 3.5 mm jack at the top or bottom of the phone, you can make the device itself much thinner. And second, water resistance is trending today, and a headphone jack is a gaping hole in the body of a smartphone.
-With smartphones, the first short flash makes the pupils contract from bright light, and only then the device takes a shot so that you don’t resemble a horror movie. Music by Epidemic Sound https://www.epidemicsound.com/ Subscribe to Bright Side : https://goo.gl/rQTJZz
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Antarctica Was Tropical and Green Once



There was a time when the great southern landmass wasn’t just covered in ice-glaciers and penguins. It was filled with forests, flowers and all sorts of animal species. It even had a completely different climate. According to fossil records found below the ice-caps, the icy continent was once a very hot place. In fact, it got so warm that the climate became tropical, like the one we see today around the Equator. So, how did we end up here? Other videos you might like:
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The great discovery 1:02
Paleocene-Eocene thermal maximum 2:07
There was more than just vegetation 3:00
Notiolofos 4:08
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-According to fossil records found below the ice-caps, the icy continent was once a very hot place. In fact, it got so warm that the climate became tropical, like the one we see today around the Equator. -About ½ mile below the seabed at Wilkes Land in Eastern Antarctica, scientists found fossils containing pollen from plants that only flourish in the tropical environments we see today.
-Around 100 million years back, the earth went through a massive long-lasting heatwave – scientifically known as the Paleocene-Eocene thermal maximum. During that time, the global average temperature increased. That resulted in changes to vegetation. -On Seymour Island, which is around the tip of the Graham Land on the Antarctic Peninsula, scientists discovered brood balls, a unique structure that dung beetles lay their eggs in.
-Notiolofos fed on tiny tree branches and saplings. Scientists discovered their diet by analyzing the animal’s teeth, which were relatively small in size. -Antarctodon belonged to an unusual group of now-extinct mammals. It lived in what we know now as Seymour Island. -Approximately 56 million years ago, South America began separating itself. 16 million years later, Australia and Antarctica began drifting apart in the sea. Between 36 to 23 million years back, another natural channel emerged – the Drake Passage.
-Towards the end of the Eocene and the beginning of Oligocene Period, global cooling started taking place. The temperatures dropped at high latitudes in both the Arctic Circle and Antarctica. -New DNA evidence shows that the oldest marsupial lived in South America 70 – 80 million years ago. It’s believed that they migrated from South America all the way to Antarctica and crossed over to Australia while they were still connected. Music by Epidemic Sound https://www.epidemicsound.com/ Subscribe to Bright Side : https://goo.gl/rQTJZz
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What If You Knew Absolutely Everything in the World



I’ll bet that you’ve heard about this theory that we only use 10% of our brain’s potential and if we could do more than that, we’d have superpowers, teleport and maybe time-travel. This is a century-old myth that got everyone hooked on the idea that if we had more knowledge, we could surpass Einstein. Neurologists have now disproven it, saying that on any given day, we’re able to use 100% of our brain. So, what would happen if we gained infinite knowledge? Let’s find out! Other videos you might like:
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Three possible outcomes in that scenario 3:03
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-The 10% myth was a misinterpretation of neurological research in the late 19th century. Neurologists have now disproven it, saying that on any given day, we’re able to use 100% of our brain.
-You’d know everything about every purchase you’ve made and everything in the world including small details and origins of things surrounding you. You’d also know everything about the life of other people. -Your brain is responsible for your sleep, your dreams, your appetite, and every move you make. Our knowledge capacity is colossal. If we had unlimited information, we could find a way to live forever. Or we could descend into chaos.
-One scenario is that you’ll regret it instantly. Another possibility is that you’ll feel superior to everyone else. The third possible outcome is that you’ll lose your humanity.
-Our feelings are based on the unknown. So if you know everything, it’d be impossible to experience them. You’d become an emotionless robot. -Your mind will select the data that’s important and delete the rest. That means you won’t know everything after all.
-Think of how your computer freezes when you import all the data at once. The same thing would happen to your mind.
-As the knowledge begins to make its way through your brain, the infinite electrons will create a gravitational pull and start to suck in everything around you. Music by Epidemic Sound https://www.epidemicsound.com/ Subscribe to Bright Side : https://goo.gl/rQTJZz
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The Right Way to Catch a Snake in Your House



So get this: You’re doing some chores (or lazing around!), and you hear that unmistakable hissss. Uh Oh. “Is that a snake—in my HOUSE?” A snake may be looking for a cool damp spot to chill down—like a basement—or shelter from the rain so that it won’t destroy its nest. Remember the golden rule when it comes to wild animals: it’s more scared of you than you are of it. Guide the snake outside with a broom. If the “broom method” didn’t work, restrict its ability to move. Make sure any cracks, gaps, or holes around your home are sealed to prevent any future visits. Other videos you might like:
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Snakes will try to come indoors in extreme weather. 0:30
Where will snakes try to hide? 1:02
Snakes WILL nest in your house if they can. 1:37
How did it get in my house, anyway? 1:57
How common is it to find a snake in the house? 2:18
Step 1: Stay calm! 2:59
Step 2. Get any kids or pets out of the area. 3:40
Step 3: Determine if the snake is venomous. When all else fails, ask the snake. 4:14
Step 4. Guide the snake outside with a broom. 4:51
Step 5. If the “broom method” didn’t work, restrict its ability to move. 5:19
Step 6. Get the snake outside. 5:45
Step 7. Call Animal Control 6:19
Step 8. Try a DIY snake trap! 6:49
Step 9. Prevent any future visits. 7:24 #survivaltips #snakeinthehouse #brightside SUMMARY:
-Snakes are cold-blooded reptiles, which means their environment is what controls their body temperature.
-Along with the basement, snakes may try to hide in your walls, attic, and crawl spaces.
-If you’ve got those perfect conditions, a snake will build its nest in your home, and then you’ll have a big problem on your hands!
-Snakes found in houses are usually on the smaller side because they can wiggle their way in through small cracks, openings, and any “weak spots” in your home.
-In some places, snakes are part of daily life and are as common a pest as mice or mosquitoes.
-Remember the golden rule when it comes to wild animals: it’s more scared of you than you are of it.
-Pets and children are smaller than you are, and they move more unpredictably. This may agitate the legless home invader.
– Try to get a good look at it without disturbing it, and read about poisonous snakes that can be found in your area. -Set up “barriers” as best as you can to keep it in that one room, and open the door to the outside. Gently guide the snake through a path to the exit.
-Cover the snake with a big blanket or put a laundry hamper on top of it with the open side down.
-Hold the snake as securely as you can while keeping it away from your body. Get it outside and release it far from your property.
-Animal control will have special equipment to remove the snake safely. And give them a call if the snake is hiding, but you know it’s there.
-All you need is a plastic water bottle, scissors, and snake food.
-Make sure any cracks, gaps, or holes around your home are sealed. Check your attic, basement, and crawl spaces thoroughly because they might be easy to miss in these areas. Music by Epidemic Sound https://www.epidemicsound.com/ Subscribe to Bright Side : https://goo.gl/rQTJZz
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Why There Is No E in the Grading Scale



Remember that nervous feeling on report card day as a kid? You spend all day with a racing mind wondering what grades you got. Straight As? Some Bs? Will Mom and Dad be mad about Cs and Ds? Or did I get any Fs?? Hold on…why isn’t there a grade E?? Well, the short answer is that F simply stands for “failure” on the grading scale since “failure” begins with the letter F. Teachers didn’t want E to be interpreted as “excellent” beyond primary school, as percentages come in when you’re in middle school, high school, and college. Poor lonely E! Other videos you might like:
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“E” wasn’t always excluded 1:07
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Dress Codes and Uniforms 3:05
The Structure of the U.S. School System 3:47
The American Academic Year 4:43
America’s First School is Almost 400 Years Old! 5:33
Early U.S. “Academics” 6:12
Pre-School 6:40
The U.S. Workplace and Higher Education 7:23
Field Trips 7:54
School Sports 8:37
Relaxed Classroom Environment 9:24
Each State is Different 10:01 #grades #school #brightside SUMMARY:
-F simply stands for “failure” on the grading scale since “failure” begins with the letter F. Teachers didn’t want E to be interpreted as “excellent” beyond primary school, as percentages come in when you’re in middle school, high school, and college.
-The first school to use a grading scale model similar to our modern one was a school in Massachusetts called Mount Holyoke College, an all-women’s university. In 1887, their scale went from A to E. -The Standard Measurement System is still taught in schools, while the rest of the world uses the Metric System.
-Only about 20% of U.S. primary, junior, and high schools require uniforms.
-The U.S. school system starts with preschool, then kindergarten at the age of 5 and lasts till 12th grade at age 17 or 18.
-American students spend about 180 days a year in school.
-The original 13 American colonies opened The Boston Latin School, America’s first public school, in 1635.
-Early American schools didn’t teach subjects like reading or science; the early colonists wanted to teach their children more about family and community values.
-If parents want their child to “get ahead,” or just to acclimate them to a social learning situation, enrolling their child in pre-school at about 3 or 4 years old is considered ideal.
-About 85% of current jobs in the U.S., and 90% of new ones, require some college or post-secondary education.
-Most experienced U.S. teachers agree that field trips can and should be an integral part of a student’s education.
-Most schools offer football (the American kind), basketball, wresting, tennis, volleyball, softball, and baseball.
-Students and teachers often joke with each other, and exchange high-fives in the hallways.
-There will be differences in grading scales, testing requirements, class structure, rules…pretty much everything state to state. Music by Epidemic Sound https://www.epidemicsound.com/ Subscribe to Bright Side : https://goo.gl/rQTJZz
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What Are Those Bottle Caps on Streets?



The Big Apple, The Melting Pot, the city that brought you, “Hey, I’m walkin’ here!” New York attracts tens of millions of visitors each year. But most tourists flock to the typical sights and miss out on the secret gems hidden throughout the city that never sleeps! Secret gems like tennis courts and The Whispering Gallery in Grand Central Station, bottle caps that somehow got embedded into the pavement, a miniature rainforest hidden inside the Manhattan office building at East 43rd Street, and what not! Other videos you might like:
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The Whispering Gallery 0:45
Asphalt tags 1:05
Mmuseumm 1:36
‘Freedom Tunnel’ in Manhattan 2:04
The Elevated Acre 2:21
Miniature rainforest 2:43
Hippo Ballerina 3:04
Pizza museum 3:21
Mysterious Bookshop 3:45
The Sisyphus Stones 4:04
Life Underground 4:32
Benches with love quotes 4:54
MoMath 5:19
Abandoned theater 5:43
Rooftop bee farms 6:05
Meditation room in the United Nations building 6:30
Laboratory on wheels 6:49
City Hall Station 7:15
The First Street Garden 7:34
Staten Island Boat Graveyard 7:52
SeaGlass Carousel 8:10
Conservatory Garden 8:31 #newyorksecrets #hiddenthings #brightside SUMMARY:
-Secret tennis court in Grand Central Station used to be part of an exclusive club but are now open to the public.
-The Whispering Gallery is an archway with a pretty cool acoustic trick if you come with a friend.
-When some part of the road is patched up, asphalt tags are left to denote who did the job and when.
-“Mmuseumm” has a very special collection of “overlooked, dismissed, or ignored” objects.
-‘Freedom Tunnel’ in Manhattan used to be an abandoned railroad, but it’s since been turned into a graffiti art gallery.
-An elevated park in the Big Apple is called The Elevated Acre, and it’s on one of the rooftops in the financial district.
-There’s a miniature rainforest hidden inside the Manhattan office building at East 43rd Street.
-The 15-foot bronze Hippo Ballerina is a public art installation inspired by Walt Disney’s “Fantasia” cartoon. -Pizza Museum in Brooklyn has some of the items from the Guinness World Record's largest collection of pizza boxes!
-“Mysterious Bookshop” is the world’s oldest and biggest bookstore specializing in detective stories, espionage novels, and thrillers.
-The Sisyphus Stones are stacked on top of each other and stay that way thanks to gravity alone.
-If you go to the 14th Street – Eighth Avenue station, you’ll see these funny little bronze statues making up a series called Life Underground.
-Around โ…“ of the benches in Central Park have plaques with love quotes inscribed on them.
-Anyone with a passion for arithmetic should check out the National Museum of Mathematics, or MoMath.
-The Loew’s Canal Theatre was built in the 1920s and was once the second largest one in New York.
-Many people and companies like to convert the rooftops of their buildings into bee farms.
-If you want to escape the buzz of the city, there’s a special place just for relaxation: a meditation room in the United Nations building!
-There’s a truck that makes its way around the city offering a variety of lab tests, including DNA.
-“City Hall Station” was the very first subway station that opened in New York in 1904.
-“The First Street Garden” is a community garden that also serves as an open-air art gallery.
-Staten Island Boat Graveyard is a dumping ground for decommissioned ships.
-SeaGlass Carousel is located in lower Manhattan and offers a ride on a glowing fish that spins to music.
-There is a hidden Conservatory Garden in the northeastern corner of Central Park. Music by Epidemic Sound https://www.epidemicsound.com/ Subscribe to Bright Side : https://goo.gl/rQTJZz
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There Was a Year Without a Summer Once



Hot cocoa, sledding down snow-covered hills, the cheer of the holiday season. Yeah, we all love this magical festive atmosphere, if… it happens in winter, not summer. But what if you found yourself staring at frozen streets during what should be the hottest time of the year? Sounds exactly like that: a fun “what if” thought experiment that’s purely hypothetical. But this time, it’s not! Welcome to 1816: The Year Without a Summer… Other videos you might like:
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Crisis all over Europe 0:33
The creation of bicycle 2:18
Inspiration for writers and poets 3:02
North America is abnormally cold too 4:09
Asia isn’t doing any better 4:38
Latina America is still fine 5:17
3 factors that caused it 5:46
Volcanoes are to blame 6:46
Volcanic ash is unusual 7:51 #nosummer #volcanoes #brightside SUMMARY:
-June 1816 felt more like January in Europe. Days went by, and the weather still hasn’t changed. Farmers across the continent are losing their harvest to frost and lack of sunshine. Cows can’t feed on fresh grass, so they can’t make milk. Snowstorms and blizzards could knock you over.
-The first prototype of the bicycle didn’t have pedals – you just had to kick your feet off the ground to use this “walking machine”.
-Lord Byron and Mary Shelley were in Switzerland at the moment. He wrote an apocalyptic poem called Darkness, and she came up with her novel Frankenstein.
-Hurricanes with hail, heavy downpours in the spring, frosts, and snow in the summer. Cornfields are frozen. Stocks of food are depleted in North America.
-Monsoons have wrecked the provinces. Heavy rains have flooded rice paddy, there’s frost and snow every night in China.
-Caribbean coast is still incredible! For the next 6 months, you can sunbathe and make a living on fishing.
-From 1795 to 1820, there was minimal sun activity. The temperature of the seas and oceans decreased as well because of that sun problem. Last but certainly not least, there was the main reason for the long long winter of 1816: volcanoes. -The temperature on the planet plummeted because of all the volcanoes that exploded one after another in 1812. Volcanic ash covered the sky with such a dense layer that it was able to block the sun's rays like a giant curtain over the sky.
-A volcano spews out a lot of chemical elements from the depths of our planet. And some of these elements are poisonous for living creatures and can cause acid rains. Music by Epidemic Sound https://www.epidemicsound.com/ Subscribe to Bright Side : https://goo.gl/rQTJZz
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What if All People Lost Their Jobs?



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-You wake up simply because you’re well rested! The weather is beautiful outside the window, you're not in a hurry, you don't need to do a single thing right now.
-You ride to the park, sit on the grass, and call your mom. You chat for hours. Then, you meet up with friends you haven’t seen for ages. -With nobody working at the power and water plants, you’ve lost social media, the Internet, running water, electricity and gas. -People are already tired of the extended vacation and don't know what to do! They’re looking for a job, any job for anybody!
-There's nobody inside now, but the place is ransacked. You can’t call the police because it doesn’t exist any more. -You walk out, dozens of people surround you. They offer you help in every form. Replacing wheels for apples, fixing bike chain for oil, and so on. -The stranger walks you to the last refuge for workaholics that pretend to be working out of habit. -People head to the countryside and live off the land, try to be self-sufficient. There is no more money. As for anything that resembles an economy, it’s based on trading goods and services. People start working for pleasure. -Self-driving cars, artificial intelligence replaces bank tellers, customer service representatives, IT specialists, even hotel receptionists – this becomes new reality. Music by Epidemic Sound https://www.epidemicsound.com/ Subscribe to Bright Side : https://goo.gl/rQTJZz
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Why Planes Fly With One Passenger on Board



Cramped space, noise, annoying fellow passengers… That's what a typical flight looks like. But what if you had the whole plane just for yourself? Before you say that it's possible only for rich people who fly private jets, just listen to this… Sometimes airlines have to operate commercial flights with only one (in some cases 2 or 3) passenger. As you can guess, these lucky guys get a first-class experience for the price of an economy ticket. But why would airlines do so? Don’t such flights just make them lose money and it would be more logical to cancel them? Well, when they make a decision to fly an nearly empty plane, they have to take into consideration much more than headcount. Other videos you might like:
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Reason 2: repositioning crew workers 1:25
Reason 3: maintenance 1:32
Reason 4: cargo 2:06
Why not start a fire sale? 2:21
What are the odds of getting on that flight? 3:05
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Keep checking the seat map of your plane on an airline website 3:38
Don't book seats next to each other 3:57
Fly a new airline or route 4:25
Choose connecting airports wisely 4:46
The snake flight 5:06
The longest non-stop passenger flight 5:45
The falling gold flight 6:32
The shortest scheduled passenger flight 7:19
The shortest international passenger flight 8:06 #emptyflights #flighttips #brightside SUMMARY:
-Most planes don’t just fly back and forth between two airports. An empty plane could rush from airport A to airport B where a full house of passengers is waiting to get to airport C by dinner.
-Airline crews use empty planes to reposition crew workers to the places where they’re needed.
-Maintenance is performed at pre-planned intervals, and a plane has to be at the right place and time. So canceling a flight just because it’s lightly booked can disrupt this intricate web.
-If the flight is under-booked, the cargo holds can be full.
-Airlines offer lower prices only for early bird seats. If they suddenly started selling cheaper tickets right before the departure just to fill an empty plane, it would compromise the proven pricing model.
-You have to fly 95 times and somewhere between your flight #96 and #100 you might hit the jackpot.
-If you see that the row you chose during booking looks full right before online check-in opens, make a switch to one that looks like it may be empty.
-Pick aisle and window seats when traveling with someone leaving the middle one vacant and hope that no one will choose it.
-On a freshly introduced route or a new airline having a lighter passenger load is highly likely since it usually takes some time for customers to grab those seats. -Packed planes are a typical thing for mega-hubs while smaller airports don't get sold-outs.
-In 2016, passengers on a Mexican flight noticed a green snake hanging from the overhead compartment.
-The flight from New York to Sydney takes 19 hours and 16 minutes.
-In 2018, a plane was taking off from Yakutsk in Russia when cargo made up of gold bars, gems, and precious metals started falling out right on the runway.
-In the Orkney Islands in Scotland, there are two airports, Westray and Papa Westray connected by a 2-minute flight. -It takes only 8 minutes to get from St. Gallen-Altenrhein in Switzerland to Friedrichshafen in Germany. Music by Epidemic Sound https://www.epidemicsound.com/ Subscribe to Bright Side : https://goo.gl/rQTJZz
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Why Car Tires Are Black And Some Little-Known Car Facts



Over 17 million cars are sold every year, in every color imaginable … so, why are the tires always black? Is it to match the road? For that matter, why make the roads black? Why not pink or green? Today’s roads are usually made with a combination of asphalt, bitumen, and other petroleum products —a durable mixture that melts easily and spreads smoothly across a road’s surface. And …it’s naturally very dark. But what about tires? In the 1950’s Goodyear developed tires in many shades to match your car. Let’s find out! Other videos you might like:
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Why are roads black? 0:16
Wheels weren’t always black 1:37
Axles are silvery 2:12
Some tires have white walls 2:43
The history of car paint 3:16
Tires have a lot of safety features 5:20
Why are they black? 6:14
The world’s biggest tire 7:20
The world’s biggest tire manufacturer 7:42 #carfacts #carsecrets #brightside SUMMARY:
-Today’s roads are usually made with a combination of asphalt, bitumen, and other petroleum products —a durable mixture that melts easily and spreads smoothly across a road’s surface and is naturally very dark. -Wheels weren’t always black. Chariot wheels could be shiny bronze. And donkey carts and covered wagons had wooden wheels—sometimes painted!
-Axles need to be strong and you don’t make anyone nervous by implying that your axle is anything other than steel.
-Some tires have white walls—where the natural rubber color is left alone, or even brightened up, with zinc oxide.
-Older cars were often two toned. Colorful cars bloomed all through the 1920’s but light and bright colors made the paint even more expensive. When the stock market crashed, people went back to durable colors. -Tires do have a lot of safety features: no-slip tread prevents skidding, snow-tires prevent sledding, and run-flat tires let you drive to repair shop after you drive over a spike. -In the 1950’s Goodyear developed tires in many shades to match your car. But they got dirty really quickly and cost a lot. -The world’s biggest tire started life as Ferris Wheel at the New York World’s Fair in 1964. Today, it sits on the side of Highway I-94.
-Lego makes tires with diameters just over a ½ inch and they produce about 318 million tires a year! Preview photo credit: Slovenia Ljubljana, 31 August 2019 – SUV Porsche Cayenne Coupe Turbo S from Stuttgart during test drive in European village: By XRISTOFOROV/Shutterstock.com, https://www.shutterstock.com/image-photo/slovenia-ljubljana-31-august-2019-suv-1506612881
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9 Things You Need to Check Before Selling Your Smartphone



Every year, the next big thing emerges on the smartphone market, and here you are once again deciding the fate of your current phone. If you think it’s time to finally move on, hold your horses. You don’t want to sell your old phone without going through the right steps! Make sure you don’t leave any personal data, such as pictures, music, and so on, on it. Back up your account information and go through all your apps deleting them manually. you can protect your personal information even further by filling your smartphone with dummy data. Copy some larger files to the memory and encrypt it once again. Other videos you might like:
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Remove all paired devices. 0:20
Back your files up. 0:42
Back up account information. 1:47
Delete apps manually. 2:35
Turn off all the anti-theft measurements. 2:54
Encrypt data on your phone. 3:20
Prepare your phone for the factory reset. 4:11
Reset your phone. 4:52
Some Additional Tips & Tricks 5:21 #phonesecrets #sellphone #brightside SUMMARY:
-It’s easy to share data between your phone, tablet, and laptop but it’s just as easy to forget to unpair them. Do that first, and only then take care of your phone.
-Start with your pictures, music, and other files. If you have any network disk app on your Android phone, it probably already uploads all the photos you have. If not, then get yourself covered with any of them in the App Store. It’s pretty much the same on an iPhone.
-If you’re an Apple user, you need to connect your phone to a computer, select the device you want to back up, go to the Summary tab, and then choose the Backups menu. Android users will find the backup menu in the phone’s Settings.
-Resetting the Phone may leave behind some cached information from apps. And this cache could include your personal info or even saved passwords.
-Find the anti-theft stuff in your settings and switch it off. If you have some additional anti-theft apps, get rid of them too.
-Encrypting lets you mix data around so it becomes unintelligible without proper access to it.
-A Google account protects your Android from the factory reset by default, so you need to remove that account from your device before you do this step. For iPhones, go to the Settings app menu, chose the Messages line, and turn off iMessage. Go back to the Settings app and turn off Face Time too.
-Android users will find the right option in the Backup & reset menu of their Settings. For iOS, it’s in the General tab under Settings.
-Check the battery’s health and overall condition before selling your phone. It should at least shift the price one way or another. You can protect your personal information even further by filling your smartphone with dummy data. If, for some reason, you weren’t able to follow these steps before selling your smartphone, then try to recall if anti-theft apps were still on it when you did that. Music by Epidemic Sound https://www.epidemicsound.com/ Subscribe to Bright Side : https://goo.gl/rQTJZz
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A Quick Quiz to Check If You Could Join Special Forces



How would you like to be in the special forces? To get there, you have to be great at dropping in unseen to, break things, and most people can only dream of joining this select group. Answer these questions, and you might be able to see if you have a shot at making the grade. Check your results at the end of the video! If you do manage to complete SEAL training, you'll have gained some pretty impressive skills. Between the scuba diving, parachuting, and handling explosives, all they need is a course on pickup lines to fill out a full row of James Bond bingo. Other videos you might like:
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#3: How many pushups can you do in 2 minutes? 1:29
#4: How many pull-ups can you do without taking a break? 1:59
#5: How quickly can you run 1.5 miles, about 26 American football fields, while wearing long pants and without stopping? 2:38
#6: How long does it take you to swim 500 yards in a single go? 3:30
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If you answered mostly B 5:21
If you answered mostly C or D 6:19
SEALs have pretty impressive skills 7:55 #navyworkout #testyourself #brightside SUMMARY:
-Only about 35% of adults have natural 20/20 vision and it’s relatively rare for a person's vision to be better than that.
-Remember that sit-ups only count if your chest goes all the way from the floor to your knees. -The average 20 to 29-year-old man can usually manage 17 to 29 pushups in one sitting.
-Chin-ups or pull-ups are much harder than pushups because you need to lift your whole body weight with just your arms.
-On average, it takes 9 ½ minutes for a man between the ages of 20 and 24 to run 1 mile. That works out to be around 14 minutes and 15 seconds for every mile and a half. -The average swimmer can reach speeds of about 2 mph. That's a little over 9 minutes.
-You can’t take the test if you’re over the age of 28 and will be automatically turned away if you have poor eyesight or are colorblind. -If you answered mostly A, then congratulations, you're one world-class athlete.
-If you answered mostly B, you still might be special forces material. Training is extremely difficult, and only candidates at the peak of physical fitness will be considered.
-Don’t feel bad if you answered mostly C or D. If you manage to complete the training, you'll have gained some pretty impressive skills.
-The ability to operate on sea, land, and air is so vital that it’s actually what SEAL stands for. Another cool ability SEALs have is that they can hold their breath for an impressive 2 to 3 minutes at a time. Music by Epidemic Sound https://www.epidemicsound.com/ Subscribe to Bright Side : https://goo.gl/rQTJZz
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Why Subway Never Has Public Bathrooms



Now, you know that feeling when you’re so excited that your bladder suddenly goes too full? If you’re here in the subway, it might prove tricky, because there are generally no bathrooms around. Why’s that? Or how, for that matter, can you even breathe so deep underground? Why is it warm in the subway in winter and cool in summer? Why do escalator handrails move faster than the stairs? There are so many questions about the subway waiting to be answered, so off we go! Other videos you might like:
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How come streets and buildings don’t collapse underground above the subway? 0:28
Why is it warm in the subway in winter and cool in summer? 0:58
Why do you feel a gust of wind when opening the door of a subway station? 1:34
Why is there a third rail in the subway? 1:56
Why doesn’t subway use overhead power cables? 2:38
Why are subway maps so geographically inaccurate? 3:21
Why is it so windy in the subway? 4:02
How come you can breathe so deep underground? 4:30
Why is there cellular reception in the subway? 5:07
Why are there no public bathrooms on subway stations? 5:40
Why do escalator handrails move faster than the stairs? 6:29
Why are there mostly no guardrails on subway platforms? 6:55
How are subway trains coordinated to avoid accidents? 7:17
How do train operators stop at the exact spot they ought to? 8:01 #subwayfacts #nobathroom #brightside SUMMARY:
-Subway tunnels use supports that don’t allow the soil above them crumble.
-When it’s summer, all the heat inside a station goes up, while down below it’s much more pleasant. In winter, the heat from all the electrical appliances makes the stations warm.
-You feel a gust of wind when opening the door of a subway station because of a difference in pressure: within the station it’s higher than in the street to better get rid of fumes.
-The third rail is there to provide electric power to the train. The main rails aren’t electrified, so nothing will happen to you if you touch them.
-Overhead power lines use a very high voltage, which isn’t safe for underground trains — the power lines would just be too close.
-Maps are drawn this way because underground it doesn’t really matter where exactly you are.
-When a train arrives to the station, it pushes the air in front of it, creating strong gusts of wind. And since trains come and go pretty often, the air doesn’t really stop moving at all.
-Air shafts are constructed outside the main station building to provide fresh air down below.
-Cellular reception in the subway is possible thanks to the small antennas installed within the tunnels.
-First, bathrooms are ridiculously expensive to maintain. Second, it’s a security concern, since there can be no cameras installed in the bathroom, and any kind of suspicious activity would go unnoticed.
-Handrails and stairs are supposed to move at the same speed, but handrails wear down faster than the stairs, so they are set to a more energetic pace from the start.
-The problem is that a human operator can’t control the train so precisely as to fit the doors to the gaps in guardrails.
-If there’s another train closing in from another direction, the safety equipment will warn the operator, and the second train will stop to let the first one pass.
-There’s always a big and obvious marker on the wall of the tunnel that tells the operator to start braking, and if they do it correctly, they slow down and crawl to the right spot. Music by Epidemic Sound https://www.epidemicsound.com/ Subscribe to Bright Side : https://goo.gl/rQTJZz
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Why Many Japanese Bathe in the Evening



Japan has a culture that’s always fascinated the rest of the world. We’ve all heard about this country’s unique mix of tradition and futurism. But you’ll be surprised to find out that sumo is NOT the most popular sport there, and it takes mad skill to prepare a “river pig”. Oh yeah, and bathing is done a little differently than you might be used to. In Japanese culture, the main cleaning routine is done at night, in several steps. Follow closely please to learn everything about this evening ritual and some other traditions and just curious facts about the Land of the Rising Sun. Other videos you might like:
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The evening cleaning routine takes several steps 0:27
Public bathing tradition 2:04
Private bathrooms 2:45
Traditions and facts about Japan: Traditional dinner in Japan 3:33 Chopsticks rules 3:52
Slurping 4:04
Gardens “on a cat’s forehead.” 4:16
Driving age 4:28
Coffee fans 4:51
The most popular sports 5:20
Pikachu on a plane 5:47
Karaoke 6:02
Fugu fish 6:25
Always wear an umbrella 6:54
The golden age 7:13
16 national holidays 7:31
School is super important 7:55 #japanfacts #eveningbath #brightside SUMMARY:
-First, run a hot bath and hop in…the shower. Next, have a soak in that bath, just long enough to open your pores. Time to head back to the shower for another rinse! Now you’re ready to double-dip – and have a long, luxurious soak in that bath.
-There are public bathhouses called sentos in nearly every town. -The private Japanese bathroom is an oasis! The tub is deeper than what we see in the West.
-If you’ve been invited to a traditional dinner in Japan, always wait to be told where to sit.
-Chopsticks come with their own set of rules, but remember never to cross them or use them to point.
-In Japan, slurping your soup or noodles is like saying, “This is delicious!”
-One Japanese expression says that their gardens are so small that they’ll fit “on a cat’s forehead.”
-In Japan, you can get your license for a motor scooter or similar small road vehicle starting at age 16, and at 18 for a car. -Japan drinks about 85% of the coffee that Jamaica exports.
-Baseball tops the list of the most popular sports.
-Japan’s largest airline, All Nippon Airways, has painted Pikachu and other Pokémon on the sides of their airplanes.
-Karaoke translates as “empty orchestra” so you better fine-tune your singing skills.
-The blowfish, or “fugu” in Japanese, is a highly poisonous fish…that nonetheless is eaten as a delicacy.
-Getting caught in the rain without an umbrella is considered foolish.
-About 23% of the population is over 65 years old.
-Japan has 16 national holidays. There are so many crammed into late April and early May that this is referred to as Golden Week.
-Lessons on being kind-hearted, studying hard, and feeling empathy would be a typical kindergartener’s school day. Music by Epidemic Sound https://www.epidemicsound.com/ Subscribe to Bright Side : https://goo.gl/rQTJZz
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Some Things Have Their Color for a Reason



Have you ever wondered why dollar bills are green, and so are pool tables? And jeans now come in all kinds of colors – but why is blue the classic? Just like Facebook, LinkedIn, Twitter, Skype, and Telegram icons. Those sorts of questions often come to a sleep-deprived brain at half-past too-early AM. Maybe when you get all the answers, you’ll get better and more sound sleep. Let’s try it. Other videos you might like:
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Yellow Traffic Light 0:30
Green Dollar Bills 0:58
Yellow and Light-Green Highlighters 1:21
Green Pool Table 1:50
Blue Jeans 2:16
Blue Social Media Icons 2:46
Yellow Bananas 3:17
Soccer Penalty Cards 3:48
The Yellow Pages 4:14
White Planes 4:42
Pink Flamingos 5:13
The Yellow River 5:37
Red Carpets 5:56
Red Stop Signs 6:29
Blue Sky 7:06
Oranges 7:38
Bread Tags 8:09
Basketball 8:43 #interestingfacts #colormeaning #brightside SUMMARY:
-William Potts, a Detroit police officer, suggested the first modern-type, 3-color traffic lights. He got this idea from railroad signal lights: red, white, and green. White was later replaced by a more visible yellow. -With the number of counterfeiters growing in the middle of the 18th century, dollar bills needed some protection. That's when a special green ink was developed.
-Yellow and light-green don't prevent you from seeing the text after black-and-white photocopying.
-The modern game of pool is the descendant of trucco or lawn billiards. And since grass is green, they later started to cover pool tables with green felt to preserve this tradition. -In its early days, denim was colored with a natural indigo dye. Unlike other dyes, which penetrated cotton fibers, the blue one stuck to the thread’s surface.
-Blue encourages us to use social media platforms to calmly share our thoughts and photos.
-As a banana ripens, chemical reactions inside its peel break the chlorophyll down. Its levels drop, the fruit loses its bright green coloring, and yellow pigments become more visible.
-Bright penalty cards appeared in the 70s to avoid misunderstanding and truly confusing situations when players didn't know they’d received a verbal warning.
-In 1883, a printer in Wyoming was working on a phone book when it ran out of white paper. The person operating it didn't think twice and used yellow sheets instead.
-White reflects sunlight most effectively, which doesn't let the plane heat up too much. All kinds of cracks, dents, and other damage are more visible on the white background, meaning the fault can be spotted and repaired as fast as possible.
-Flamingos are born gray but later turn pink because of their diet – they eat a lot of tiny shrimps.
-The Yellow River carries billions of tons of yellow silt.
-Red has always been a color associated with a luxurious life. This tradition comes form Ancient Greece. -In the mid-20th century, a red porcelain enamel that didn't fade was invented. Ever since, stop signs have been red.
-All light coming from the sun gets scattered in the atmosphere. The blue light travels as smaller, shorter waves. That's why it gets spread even more than other colors.
-If an orange grows in a cooler place with changing seasons, its skin turns orange as soon as the temperature drops. But if an orange grows in an always hot and sunny climate, chlorophyll remains intact, and the fruit stays green.
-Bread tag colors aren't random – they indicate the day the bread was baked on.
-An original brown-colored ball was difficult to see for both players and fans since the wooden court is brown too. That’s when they decided to make them a bright unmistakable orange. Music by Epidemic Sound https://www.epidemicsound.com/ Subscribe to Bright Side : https://goo.gl/rQTJZz
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All You Have to Do to Stay Safe in a Hurricane



Hurricanes are the strongest storms on Earth with winds moving at least 74 mph. Hurricanes also bring billions of tons of rain as they travel, and that can cause flooding. They look pretty scary, but if you know what to do in preparation for, during, and after one hits, you have every chance to weather the storm! If the authorities tell you to evacuate, don't try to be a hero. You have to get into your shelter at least 2 hours before the hurricane is there. Even after you get the “all-clear” signal, you have to be really careful when going outside. Other videos you might like:
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What is a hurricane and how is it different from a typhoon? 0:17
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How should you get ready for a hurricane? 3:52
How to survive the storm? 4:52
What if you decide to stay? 5:32
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-Depending on where it's formed, a massive storm can be called either a hurricane (in North America and the Caribbean), a cyclone (in the Indian Ocean and Australia), or a typhoon (in Southeast Asia). -These gigantic beasts are only born over warm ocean water that’s at least 80°F. Such water temperatures can be found in the tropics.
-There are 5 categories of hurricanes. By knowing the category, you can predict how much damage it’ll do from minor damage to making large areas impossible to live in for weeks or even months. -Get storm shutters, make sure the garage doors are secured, and buy a generator. Prepare an emergency bag for each family member. Materials in it should last you at least 3 days.
-Before you leave your home evacuating, make sure you turn off the gas and water to avoid leaks and flooding.
-If for some reason you choose to stay in the storm area, it's crucial that you find a sturdy shelter for yourself, your family, and your pets. You should close all windows and doors, and stay as far from them as you can, especially glass ones. Unless your house gets flooded, stay inside as long as possible.
-You don't want to risk it, so you gotta be 100% sure it's safe to leave your shelter. In case a house or building you entered has any signs of damage, leave immediately – it can collapse at any moment. If you can't all the damage yourself, try to prevent it from spreading – cover openings with plywood or some other material or put some tarp on the roof. Music by Epidemic Sound https://www.epidemicsound.com/ Subscribe to Bright Side : https://goo.gl/rQTJZz
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Who Jumps the Highest in the World?



Looking at the average human, you can’t help but wonder: how in the world did this soft and, let’s be fair, clumsy-looking creature even get to the point where we are now? We aren’t the fastest runners, we can’t properly swim or fly, we don’t succeed even in climbing, but somehow, we’ve climbed to the top rank of nature itself. But we certainly didn’t jump up there. Animals are way better at this. Kangaroos can jump over two average people standing on top of each other. Dolphins are the best jumpers in the ocean. Even fleas and plankton are champions when it comes to jumping. Let’s see who else made it to the list. Other videos you might like:
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Kangaroo 0:51
Kangaroo mouse 1:20
Dolphin 1:49
Impala 2:10
Lion 2:29
Mountain lion 2:45
The cheaters: flying fish, flying squirrels, and flying snakes 3:11
Frogs 3:43
White-tailed jackrabbit 4:15
Grasshopper 4:54
Spider 5:08
Froghopper 5:41
Flea 6:04
Trap-jaw ant 6:53
Copepode 7:24 #bestjumpers #animalfacts #brightside SUMMARY:
-Kangaroos can jump over two average people standing on top of each other. -Kangaroo mouse can jump 9 ft high, which is 10 times its own body length.
-Dolphins can jump 10 ft over the surface of the water.
-Impalas can leap over a small bus.
-Lions can jump twice as high as a regular cat. -Mountain lions, also known as Cougars and Pumas have to hop high – 20 ft high to be precise.
-A flying fish can jump up above the water and use its fins to fly for over 40 seconds straight. Flying squirrels can glide over a football field at once. And even flying snakes can do that by launching themselves off the trees and slithering through the air in an S shape.
-The absolute leap-master is American bullfrog, which can jump over 7 ft.
-White-tailed jackrabbit is one of the mightiest jumpers that can jump on top of a giraffe’s head.
-Grasshoppers are great jumpers thanks to their catapult legs. -Spiders’ legs can expand like pistons, launching them up over 50 times their own length.
-A froghopper jumps straight up 27.5 in, which is 100 times its body length.
-A flea jumps only 10 in high, but for something that small it’s as if a person could jump over a 250 ft tall building — or the Eiffel Tower.
-When in danger, a trap-jaw ant aims its head downwards, and launches itself up in the air.
-Tiny plankton copepods launch them forward with the velocity of 1,000 times their body length per second. Music by Epidemic Sound https://www.epidemicsound.com/ Subscribe to Bright Side : https://goo.gl/rQTJZz
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Why New Phones Don’t Have Home Buttons



The average person spends more than 3 hours a day looking at their phone. Might not sound like a lot, but that’s more than a month and a half out of every year! With all that time spent staring at it, you might’ve noticed your new phone is missing a button or two? It’s not your imagination – the home button is disappearing, and it might not be the only one! Smartphones have been shedding buttons for years, so it's no big surprise that companies like HTC and Samsung are trying to do without. Other videos you might like:
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The first smartphone with a home button 0:34
The home button in iPhone 1:11
The alternative for home button 2:30
The biggest problem with button-free phones 3:23
Other ideas that didn’t work out: Sony Experia 4:04
Smart Scroll 4:55
Air View 5:23
Galaxy Beam 5:57
BlackBerry Storm 6:34 #homebutton #phonesecrets #brightside SUMMARY:
-The BlackBerry Electron was the first smartphone with full keyboard and dedicated call and hang up buttons, and arrow keys or a tiny trackball.
-Getting rid of the keyboard in iPhones in 2007 allowed the screen to more than double in size. It didn’t take long for the call and end-call buttons to disappear. Since menus weren't as important as they used to be, there wasn't as much of a need for a dedicated back or menu button either. The home button was the next to be removed. -HTC’s U12 replaces its buttons with touch sensors, and the Samsung Galaxy Note 10 got rid of the power button completely. You can still change the settings so that the voice assistant button works as the power button.
-Without physical feedback, it can be hard to tell if you pushed a button right. Not to mention that there's just something satisfying about the click of a real-life button.
-Sony Experia was supposed to be a phone that could double as a portable gaming console. That might’ve been a good idea in theory, but very few game developers believed in Sony’s new product.
-Smart Scroll was a feature included in the Samsung Galaxy X 4 that allowed your phone to scroll up and down automatically.
-Air View was the feature that allowed Samsung users to preview notifications without having to touch the screen.
-Samsung’s Galaxy Beam and Beam 2 were the only phones that came with a built-in projector. Motorola tried something similar with one of their Moto Mod phone attachments.
-BlackBerry Storm was the company’s first touch screen phone, and they knew they needed something big to stand out from the crowd. The screen featured a system called SurePress that was designed to mimic the sound and feel of a physical keyboard. Music by Epidemic Sound https://www.epidemicsound.com/ Preview photo credit: BANGKOK, THAILAND APRIL 23, 2017: White iPhone 7. Devices displaying the applications on the home screen on desk: By KOKTARO/Shutterstock.com, https://www.shutterstock.com/image-photo/bangkok-thailand-april-23-2017-white-629610470
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Why Planes Get Water Salutes And Other Pilot Traditions Explained



Ever seen an airplane going through an arch of water between two fire trucks at the airport? I’d assume the aircraft is just getting a nice cleaning. But wait, why would they use firetrucks to wash an airplane? The short answer is, they don’t! Sometimes, on very special occasions, a usually even number of firetrucks equipped with water cannons line up at the airport to greet an airplane that just landed. This “water salute” is quite a beautiful display. Let’s find out why it’s organized every now and then. Other videos you might like:
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The history of the tradition 0:45
On what occasions do they do it 1:32
Who organizes it 2:30
Other aviation traditions: cutting the shirttail after the first solo flight 3:29
Grabbing a “$100 hamburger” 4:26
Pancake breakfast fly-ins 5:10
Pre-flight rituals 5:35
No pictures outside of the plane before the flight 6:13
Never pointing at the sky before take-off 6:52
Touching the nose of the plane 7:34
Rubbing the seatbelt light before turning it on 8:03 #pilottraditions #watersalute #brightside SUMMARY:
-Many years ago, ocean liners setting off on their first trip overseas would get showered with water cannons from fireboats and tugs.
-Water salutes are arranged to say good-bye to retiring pilots, to celebrate a new destination in the route network, to welcome a new airline to a certain airport, and to greet a plane carrying the winning national team during major sporting events like the Olympics.
-To organize a water salute, the rescue department works together with air traffic control, which gives them the exact landing time and taxiway for the flight.
-After the first solo flight, the new pilot taxies to the ramp, where their instructor is waiting to cut the tail out of their shirt.
-In pilot slang, a “hundred-dollar hamburger” means an excuse to fly somewhere for the thrill of it.
-Pilots get together at fly-ins to discuss their air adventures, fly around together, and compete in spot landing.
-Personal rituals might include listening to the same music or having the same meal. Comfort food works the same for pilots as it does for the rest of us.
-Many pilots would rather give the journalist their cap and let them take their seat for a picture than actually be in that picture themselves before the flight.
-Many pilots never point at the sky before going up since they believe it can bring bad weather.
-Not only pilots but also passengers touch the plane’s nose as a little “thank you” or “please get us there safely” ritual.
-Before they turn on the Fasten Seatbelts sign, pilots secretly rub it a little in hopes that the turbulence will pass and there will be no need to push the button. Music by Epidemic Sound https://www.epidemicsound.com/ Preview photo credit: Deicing of the Lufthansa plane before take off on December 6, 2011 in Hamburg, Germany: By Travelview/Shutterstock.com, https://www.shutterstock.com/image-photo/hamburg-germany-december-6-deicing-lufthansa-90414586
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Why Phones Don’t Have FM Radio and 10 Rare Facts



Smartphones live a secretive life full of things you might not know… For example, they have a radio built into them that – gasp! – can’t be turned on! This question is far from being the only smartphone mystery. Why does the quality of sound differ so much in headphones and in the smartphone’s speaker? Why are there non-removable batteries at all? How can a compass work inside a phone if there’s a magnet in it too? Let’s find it out! Other videos you might like:
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Why smartphones are so big? 0:32
Can you get a shock using a charging smartphone? 1:25
Why does the quality of sound differ so much in headphones and in the smartphone’s speaker? 2:10
What is planned obsolescence? 3:05
Why are there non-removable batteries at all? 3:51
How can a smartphone not overheat without a cooling device? 4:55
How can a compass work inside a phone if there’s a magnet in it too? 5:49
Why don’t smartphones have built-in FM radio? 6:30
How do smartphones know how much charge they have left? 7:20
How come smartphones acquire a GPS signal much faster than dedicated GPS equipment? 8:17
Why do browser pages sometimes load in a weird way, only to correct themselves in a few moments? 9:04 #phonefacts #phonesecrets #brightside SUMMARY:
-Smartphones are becoming our primary computing devices, pushing aside PCs and laptops so they are constantly growing in size.
-Unless you’re using a counterfeit charging device, you’re 100% safe using a charging smartphone.
-The bigger the source, the stronger it affects the air, and so the louder and clearer the sound.
-Every part of a gadget has its own service time, and it makes sense to take the part with the shortest life expectancy as a standard. In a smartphone, that’s normally the battery.
-First of all, the conventional rectangular battery made the phone bulky and quite unappealing. Secondly, the back lid had to be made of plastic for easier removal, and it didn’t fit the new trend for metal and glass. And finally, the rectangle shape was only needed for easy removal.
-The smartphone parts that generate heat do it in much less copious amounts than a laptop would.
-The phone’s compass is adjusted to ignore everything that’s built inside the phone.
-Every smartphone there is on the market has a built-in radio chip that can tune in to AM and FM radio, but the catch is that it’s locked and can’t be unlocked without the service provider’s and manufacturer’s say-so.
-A smartphone battery has a certain voltage range that is tested at the production stage. During these tests, engineers detect the voltage at the battery’s maximum capacity and check it all the way down to zero. Then they convert these numbers into percentage and program the phone to show it on its screen.
-Smartphones acquire a GPS signal much faster than dedicated GPS equipment because a smartphone can use different networks to help it locate itself, such as cellular or wireless networks.
-The flash is the content of the website seen in your browser’s default styles. It appears because the browser hasn’t managed to load the stylesheet of the website in time, but it still hurries to deliver. Music by Epidemic Sound https://www.epidemicsound.com/ Subscribe to Bright Side : https://goo.gl/rQTJZz
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What If We Turned Back into Apes?



The theory of evolution rests on the idea of mutation. Scientists think it took 3.5 billion years for us to evolve from single-celled organisms into our present state. If true, this means we are still mutating and evolving today. And we could, potentially, evolve in any direction. Maybe we’ll develop flight? Or transparency! But what if some of our older genes re-emerged? Could we de-volve into something closer to the ape-like form of every primate’s common ancestor? What if, one morning we woke up, looked in the mirror, and found the “missing link” staring back at us? Other videos you might like:
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It would be good for the planet 1:19
The new focus for technology 2:07
Changes for the clothing industry 2:34
The rise of camping industry 4:22
New approach to money 5:07
Changes in mouths size and speech 6:32
Super strength and new sports 7:51
Still social creatures 8:58 #de-evolution #whatif #brightside SUMMARY:
-De-evolution is not as far-fetched as it sounds. We only differ from our cousins, the chimpanzees, in about 2% of our genetic make-up.
-This planet would be less concrete and more greenery – since primates spend a lot of their time in trees, our ape descendants would likely make reforesting the planet a priority.
-The focus for technology will likely be on solar power since we’ll be up in the trees right under the sun.
-The once-massive clothing industry would vanish, and the fur accessory industry will explode. While we won’t need shirts, we may need twice as many shoes and hands-free technology will develop. -The camping industry will morph into something more like today’s household goods industry.
-We’d most likely switch to barter system and speculators will invest in the banana market.
-Once we go back to our ape form and mouths will get bigger, once crowded teeth will have plenty of room. Since apes have trouble with pronunciation, it will affect speech.
-Our new ape form will triple our strength, and tree-friendly alternatives to sports where the running is replaced by swinging will become popular. -We’ll still be just as social as we are today – primates in general live in groups. Music by Epidemic Sound https://www.epidemicsound.com/ Subscribe to Bright Side : https://goo.gl/rQTJZz
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Why Plane Seats and Windows Don’t Match Up And 31 Rare Facts About Flights



Even though they’re one of the most popular ways to travel long distances, airplanes remain somewhat enigmatic and evoke countless questions. Can a plane fly if one engine is out? Do the wings do all the flying? But most importantly, why, after choosing a window seat, are you sometimes stuck looking at a wall? Is it a design flaw, or probably a matter of security? Let’s find it out! Other videos you might like:
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Every 37 seconds, a plane takes off or lands at Chicago’s O'Hare International Airport 0:56
The wings are just one of the flight's crucial components 1:13
Turbulence is getting worse and more frequent as carbon dioxide levels go up 1:35
The Boeing 747-8 has enough electrical capacity to power almost half a million flat-screen TVs 1:43
Some airlines only wash blankets about once a month 1:55
The Bede BD-5 Micro holds a Guinness World Record for being the smallest and lightest jet 2:06
The Airbus A380 is the world's largest commercial aircraft – it can carry up to 853 passengers 2:19
The world's largest and heaviest aircraft is the Antonov An-225 2:39
The dirtiest place on a plane isn't the bathroom – it's your tray table 2:55
Voyager was the first plane to fly around the world without refueling or stopping 3:05
At any moment, there are 61,000 people traveling by plane over the US, and around 5,000 aircraft carrying them 3:18
More than a third of your taste buds don't work when you're in the air 3:28
Only 5% of the Earth's population has ever been on a plane 3:38
Inside a Boeing 747, there are around 140 miles of wiring 3:48
The average cruising altitude of most commercial aircraft is only 7% of the distance to space 4:02
Airplanes not only get hit by lightning, they can also trigger it 4:16
During a 3-hour flight, your body loses 10 glasses of water 4:40
Residence by Etihad Airways is a three-room apartment with a bed, vanity, armchair, and onboard shower 4:52
If the temperature drops below -40°F, jet fuel freezes, and the plane can't take off 5:11
There are planes that can fly with one engine shut down without any problems 5:35
A Boeing 767 tanker carries enough fuel to fill the tanks of 1,200 minivans 5:59
Airplane windows and seats don't always match up, so choosing a window seat doesn't guarantee you’ll have a great view 6:15
Concorde, the fastest commercial airplane ever, could fly at twice the speed of sound when it was in use 6:51
The average cruising speed of a commercial airliner is 575 mph 7:09
Mercury isn't allowed on flights because even a small amount of this liquid metal can be super dangerous 7:25
At some point in your flight, the plane is likely to be controlled only by the autopilot 7:44
In case of an emergency, oxygen masks only have enough airflow to last for about 15 minutes 8:08
There is a concept of a plane with a detachable passenger cabin 8:25
A lot of airlines insist that their pilots and co-pilots eat different meals 8:56
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Turning Off Wi-Fi Doesn’t Save Battery And 19 Other Myths About Phones



Sometime in the nearest future, phone batteries will charge in a few seconds, last for months, and get energy through Wi-Fi! Sounds great, but that time is yet to come. For now, people have to try other ways to save battery life. Let's figure out if such methods as switching off Wi-Fi or your gadget completely, turning off location services or switching into Airplane Mode really work! And, do battery-saving apps help the situation? Do you have to drain your battery completely before charging it again? Some of these are myths, and some facts are totally true. Other videos you might like:
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Switching the device off won't do the trick 0:26
Turning on Airplane Mode will indeed help to make the battery last longer 0:46
Turning off location services can prolong your almost-empty battery life 1:10
Turning off vibration on your gadget can help 1:32
Closing background apps to make the battery last longer won't do you any good 1:41
Your phone's display needs a lot of energy to animate moving wallpapers 2:01
Extreme temperatures can drain your battery in no time 2:22
Fast charging isn't for everyday use 2:42
Turning the screen brightness down does help 2:54
Try not to use the camera if you want to save battery 3:24
Turning off push notifications is helpful 3:35
Be careful with energy-saving apps 3:56
It’s a myth that your battery will last only two years 4:28
Don’t let your battery discharge completely before charging it again 4:56 Wi-Fi is far less battery-hungry than the cellular connection 5:35
If your GPS uses Wi-Fi, not cellular connection, your battery will last longer 6:19
Power Saving or Low Power Mode DOES help when your battery is running out 6:50
Switching off auto-downloads and uninstalling unnecessary apps is an effective way to save battery 7:18
Facebook, Twitter, Instagram, and other social media are some of the most potent battery-draining apps 7:42 #phonetips #savebattery #brightside SUMMARY:
-The whole switching on/switching off thing takes too much battery power.
-Airplane Mode shuts off cellular, Wi-Fi, and Bluetooth connection, which saves a lot of energy.
-Anything that needs GPS navigation will effectively wear your smartphone's battery out.
-Both Silent Mode and an audible signal need far less power than vibrations.
-Closing and opening background apps again needs way more power and drains your battery very fast.
-The fewer colors your background has, the more energy-saving it is.
-By putting your phone into a freezer, you shorten its battery life altogether. -Even if your battery isn't running low, go to the display settings and turn the screen brightness down. Both the battery and your eyes will thank you.
-If you want to save battery, try not to use the camera, especially with the flash on – it needs way more power than any other app.
-Every time a notification arrives, your phone will light up and waste its battery charge.
-Battery-saving apps should be downloaded only from authorized stores, and only after you read other users' reviews. -How long the battery will serve you depends not on time but on charge cycles.
-If you always wait until your phone's battery fully discharges before "feeding" it again, it wears out much faster than it's designed to.
-Using cellular data and not Wi-Fi won't only drain the battery faster, but it will also cost you quite a lot if you don't have an unlimited data plan.
-If your GPS uses Wi-Fi, not cellular connection, your battery will last longer.
-Depending on your software, Power Saving Mode can limit different phone functions, from reducing the processor's speed to turning off all push notifications. -However little energy apps consume throughout the day, it may still add up with time. -Even when you aren't using social media apps, they keep updating data. Music by Epidemic Sound https://www.epidemicsound.com/ Subscribe to Bright Side : https://goo.gl/rQTJZz
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25 Heaviest Things in the World | A Statue Weighing as Much as 100 Houses



A new couch I need to get through the front door, a suitcase I packed for a weekend getaway filled with stuff I might need… just in case! This is my idea of the top heaviest things ever. But it’s a big world out there filled with plenty of record-breaking giants! From pumpkins and crayons to cruise ships, buildings and the Great Pyramids. Let’s see how heavy the heaviest things in the world really are, in measurements you can all imagine, like animals and famous constructions. Other videos you might like:
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The heaviest crayon 0:20
The heaviest pumpkin 0:42
The heaviest book 1:02
The most massive light bulb 1:19
African elephants 1:46
The world’s largest walking robot 2:02
The heaviest limo in the world 2:17
The heaviest meteorite ever found on Earth 2:33
The heaviest bell 2:56
The largest creature – the blue whale 3:11
The heaviest computer 3:31
The largest boulder to have been transported 3:49
The Antonov An-225 Mriya cargo aircraft 4:14
The Large Hadron Collider 4:40
The largest tree in the world 4:59
The most powerful rocket ever made 5:24
The largest statue 5:50
The heaviest obelisk 6:13
The heaviest train 6:43
The largest and heaviest cruise ship 7:04
The heaviest building on this planet 7:29
The greatest of the three Great Pyramids of Giza 7:51
The largest hydropower project in the world 8:09
The Great Wall of China 8:23 #heaviesthings #worldrecords #brightside SUMMARY:
-The heaviest crayon ever made was registered by Guinness World Records in New York and was 17 ft long and weighed 1,500 lb.
-The 2,600-lb heavyweight champion of pumpkins weighed over a ton.
-“Buddha and his Dhamma” in Agra, India is the heaviest book in the world, tipping the scales at 4,400 lb.
-The 17,600-lb giant light bulb stands on top of a 12-story tower in New Jersey.
-The largest African elephant ever was weighing 24,000 lb and standing 13 ft tall. -Also weighing in at 24,000 lb is the world’s largest walking robot that was a huge fire-breathing dragon.
-Midnight Rider is the heaviest limo in the world, weighing over 50,500 lb.
-In 1920, a farmer in Namibia happened to come across the 145,000-lb meteorite while plowing a field.
-The giant Bell of Good Luck weighs 254,000 lb, as much as 18 Tyrannosaurus rexes put together. -The most massive of blue whales weighs around 440,000 lb, as much as a single-story house.
-The 550,000-lb SAGE computer was a whole system of connected supercomputers in more than 20 different locations in the US.
-Heaviest museum exhibit was an outdoor installation called Levitated Mass at the Los Angeles County Museum of Art.
-The Antonov An-225 Mriya cargo aircraft is the largest ever built.
-The Large Hadron Collider is the largest scientific experiment ever that weighs 4 million lb.
-The largest tree in the world, who also goes by General Sherman, lives in the Sequoia National Park in California and weighs 4 million lb. -Saturn V, which is now enjoying retirement at Kennedy Space Center in Florida, weighs almost 7 million lb.
-The Spring Temple Buddha is the largest statue in the world weighing 36 million lb.
-It took 36 years to finish the 160-million-lb Washington Monument, the heaviest obelisk in the world. -The true heavyweight among them was a train with iron ore that was 4.5 miles long and weighed nearly 200 million lb.
-The largest and heaviest cruise ship in the world, Symphony of the Seas, weighs just over half a billion pounds.
-The Palace of the Parliament in Romania is the heaviest of all buildings on this planet at 1.5 billion lb.
-The greatest of the three Great Pyramids of Giza, at least when it comes to mass, is the Pyramid of Pharaoh Khufu.
-Three Gorges Dam, the largest hydropower project in the world, weighs more than 20 billion pounds.
-The Great Wall of China stretches for 13,000 miles and weighs over 116 billion pounds. Music by Epidemic Sound https://www.epidemicsound.com/ Subscribe to Bright Side : https://goo.gl/rQTJZz
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What if Mountains Continue to Grow Taller



Being the tallest mountain on the surface of our planet, Mount Everest's peak reaches a dizzying height of 29,030 ft. But the most amazing thing about this giant is that it's still growing! It gets one-tenth of an inch taller every year! But what if all mountains on Earth never stopped growing? First of all, it would make flying impossible. Sailing, as well, would become too dangerous. Mountaineers wouldn’t be able to conquer mountain peaks anymore. The mass of all other mountains on Earth would be getting bigger and bigger as well. Let’s find out if this scenario is possible in real life. Other videos you might like:
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Why mountains don't keep growing on Earth 7:00 #mountains #whatif #brightside SUMMARY:
-In a week, helicopters would stop flying in particularly mountainous regions. When, in about a month, mountains reach the height of 40,000 ft, people realize that traveling somewhere far away isn't as easy as it used to be – flying would become too risky. -There are more than 100,000 seamounts in the world, with about 30,000 of them in the Pacific Ocean. That's why container and cruise ships would rest in ports until people try to figure out safe routes that won't end up in any shipwreck. -People would start to feel altitude sickness already at the height of 8,000 ft. Climbing any higher than Everest? Unlikely. -The mass of all other mountains on Earth would be getting bigger and bigger as well! And the more substantial the mass of something becomes, the stronger the gravity of this object gets. -From time to time, tectonic plates collide, and the plates' touching edges get pushed upward forming new mountains. There are also volcanic mountains – molten rock starts to pile up, and eventually, a mountain is formed.
-The crust of the Red Planet isn't divided into tectonic plates, the crust doesn't move, and all the lava gets piled up into one tremendous volcano. -By eroding the materials a mountain is made of, rivers can trigger landslides — and those don’t let the mountain grow as tall as it could otherwise. Music by Epidemic Sound https://www.epidemicsound.com/ Subscribe to Bright Side : https://goo.gl/rQTJZz
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Do This And Youโ€™ll Have a Photographic Memory



Having a photographic memory would be super convenient – when was the last time you successfully did your grocery shopping from memory because you left the list on the counter? So what exactly is a photographic memory, and how can you get one? Let’s find out! There are basic exercises that will improve any memory, like playing cards, reading, and using all of your senses – not just sight and sound – when learning something new that you want to remember. Flashcards are also a good method to use when you need to improve your memory. Other videos you might like:
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What is a photographic memory? 0:54
Can you improve your memory? 1:40
Memory champions 2:54
Training with cards 3:16
The Memory Palace 4:03
Brain food can also help 7:17 #boostmemory #brainworkout #brightside SUMMARY:
-A photographic memory is the ability to recall images from memory vividly and precisely after only seeing an image a few times – for short periods of time – without using a mnemonic device.
-Some scientists say that you can’t develop a photographic memory, others say, with a lot of work, you can develop a photographic memory, or at least come very close, at any age. Exercises like playing cards, reading, and using all of your senses – not just sight and sound – when learning something new that you want to remember, can help. -Some of memory champions can memorize up to 32 decks of cards – their order, color, number or face, and the suit. They all have their own methods of jogging and improving their photographic memories.
-One very popular method is to grab a deck of cards; these can be regular playing cards, or even an Uno deck. Pick three cards out of the deck and memorize them. -The most famous and widely used method to improve memory is known as The Memory Palace. Our memory is very vision-oriented. So associate items on your grocery list with a hilarious picture of you as a kid that’s still hanging on the wall at your childhood home. Each item should go with an image. This is called “constructing your palace.” -Fatty fish is almost always at the top of “brain food” lists. These are fish such as trout, salmon, and sardines. Blueberries, and other dark-colored berries, are full of antioxidants that are essential to the whole body, but especially to the brain. Refined carbs – white breads and pastas, some cereals, white rice – are also bad for your overall brain health. Music by Epidemic Sound https://www.epidemicsound.com/ Subscribe to Bright Side : https://goo.gl/rQTJZz
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20 Tips to Make Your Phone Serve Longer



Out of the 7.7 billion people on this planet, 5 billion use a cell phone. And still, so many of us don't know how we can make our gadgets serve us as long as they're designed to. Is it ok to let the battery run completely out? Should you ever power your phone down? Should you take it out of your pocket before doing laundry? Here are some cellphone do’s and don’t’s to extend your favorite gadget's life to the max. Other videos you might like:
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DO turn off Bluetooth when you aren't using it 0:29
DON'T expose your smartphone to the elements 0:41
DO encrypt all sensitive and personal information you have on your phone 1:11
DON'T use cheap or non-original chargers 1:29
DO clean your phone's charging port and the charging cable regularly 1:46
DON'T ignore a malware threat 2:09
DO avoid dropping your smartphone 2:30
DON'T use a spray bottle to spritz your phone directly while cleaning it 2:48 DO charge your smartphone before its battery drains completely 3:20
DON'T install a battery optimizer 3:49
DO keep your home screen as tidy as possible 4:20
DON'T cram the memory 4:45
DO update the software if your phone suggests it 5:02
DON'T keep your phone in your pants pocket 5:26
DO turn your phone off at least once a week 5:43
DON'T turn your phone off if its battery is almost empty 6:20
DON'T forget to clear your phone's cache 6:47
DO plug your phone in carefully 7:07
DON'T replace your phone's original battery with a cheap alternative 7:25
DO use a screen protector 7:43 #phonetricks #smartphonesecrets #brightside SUMMARY:
-By turning off Bluetooth you'll block unnecessary and potentially harmful downloads coming your way.
-Not only rain, snow, but any kind of moisture, cold and heat are terrible for your phone.
-If your phone gets stolen or lost, nobody will be able to access personal data stored on your gadget if you encrypt it. -Even if non-original charger doesn't do anything bad to your device, the charging won't be stable and fast.
-During usage, loads of grime and dust gathers on the charging pins, which results in slow charging and a poorer connection.
-Smartphone malware can steal your personal data and even track your location so it's better to avoid installing any suspicious apps.
-You might not see a dented corner or cracks on the screen, but you never know what the fall has done to the phone's insides.
-You're supposed to use spray bottle to spritz a microfiber lint-free cloth, not your gadget directly, or else some open parts like the microphone are bound to stop functioning.
-Every phone has a certain number of charge cycles. If you let the battery run empty every day, it’ll last for no more than 400 to 500 days. -By using a battery optimizer app, you're likely to see intrusive ads on your screen non-stop. -If your home screen is cluttered, your phone struggles to load all this stuff in one place. It puts unnecessary stress on the device's hardware.
-Filled to the brim with data, your smartphone will keep you constantly frustrated with a lack of free memory space. -Software updates will only make your device work better by getting rid of any bugs.
-If you put your phone in your pocket, your body heat will make your battery run out faster than if you’d put the thing in your bag.
-A little break helps your phone work faster and more smoothly, prolongs the battery life, empties all the unnecessary stuff from the memory, and prevents unexpected crashes.
-If you turn your phone off if its battery is almost empty, and you're planning on powering it back up in half an hour, you'll run the battery down completely.
-Remove cached data from apps and your smartphone will work faster after such a clean-up.
-Every tiny scratch cuts your phone's lifespan down because all those electrical contacts are much more sensitive and delicate than you can imagine. -If the new battery isn't original, it can not only fail to work but also shorten your phone's life.
-An additional layer of defense will make a world of difference should your device fall on a hard floor or pavement. Music by Epidemic Sound https://www.epidemicsound.com/ Subscribe to Bright Side : https://goo.gl/rQTJZz
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10 Fastest Things People Have Ever Created



You most likely know the fastest animal in the world is a cheetah. But what about man-made objects? A supersonic jet? A space rocket? That’s a good guess. The champion in the super speed competition is Parker Solar Probe. It studies the Sun and flies at an incredible speed of 213,200 mph. But that is not the greatest speed in the Universe. There is a piece of plasma that flew out of a black hole out there that moves in a spiral and forms a cone at a speed of nearly 6,000,000 mph! Fortunately, this incredible force flies far from us, in another galaxy 50 million light-years away. Other videos you might like:
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#9 NASA X-43A unmanned supersonic flying vehicle 0:51
#8 space shuttles "Columbia" and “Discovery” 1:13
#7 Apollo 10 1:48
#6 the Stardust space probe 2:31
#5 "New Horizons" automatic interplanetary station 3:06
#4 "Voyager 1" spacecraft 3:54
#3 Galileo spacecraft 4:39
#2 space probes "Helios-1" and "Helios-2" 5:16
#1 Parker Solar Probe 5:46
The fastest object in the Universe 6:26
Can we build a ship to overcome the speed of light? 7:48 #fastestthings #spacecraft #brightside SUMMARY:
-Air Force Hypersonic Rocket Sled is a special mechanism on rails with a rocket engine created to test rockets and other space objects moving at a speed of 6,600 mph.
-NASA X-43A (or Hyper-X) unmanned supersonic flying vehicle flies at a speed of 6,800 mph.
-Space shuttles "Columbia" and “Discovery” had to reach a speed of 17,500 mph to stay in the orbit.
-Apollo 10 mission report states its maximum speed at entry was 24,816 mph.
-Stardust space probe developed its maximum speed of 28,860 mph.
-NASA's "New Horizons" automatic interplanetary station during its mission has developed a maximum speed of 36,400 mph. NASA sent "New Horizons" to study Pluto.
-At a speed of 38,000 mph, "Voyager-1" covers a distance of about 335 million miles each year. -Galileo's 14-year mission ended in 2003 when the spacecraft was deliberately sent into Jupiter's atmosphere. Before crashing, it managed to develop a speed of 108,000 mph.
-Space probes "Helios-1" and "Helios-2" developed a speed of 147,900 mph and 153,500 mph.
-Parker Solar Probe studies the Sun flying at an incredible speed of 213,200 mph!
-In 2014, astronomers from the Harvard-Smithsonian Center for Astrophysics recorded the highest speed in the universe. It was a piece of plasma that flew out of a black hole moving at a speed of nearly 6,000,000 mph!
-To be able to overcome the speed of light, you’d need to equip the ship with a force field. We’d reach the light limit and overcome it by just four thousandths of a mile per second. Imagine that having overcome the speed of light, we’d be catching up with photons from yesterday, then a week ago, then a month, then a year. In fact, we’d be flying through the passage of time, into the past. Music by Epidemic Sound https://www.epidemicsound.com/ Subscribe to Bright Side : https://goo.gl/rQTJZz
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The Fastest Thing Ever And 9 Other Rare Objects



You most likely know the fastest animal in the world is a cheetah. But what about man-made objects? A supersonic jet? A space rocket? That’s a good guess. The champion in the super speed competition is Parker Solar Probe. It studies the Sun and flies at an incredible speed of 213,200 mph. But that is not the greatest speed in the Universe. There is a piece of plasma that flew out of a black hole out there that moves in a spiral and forms a cone at a speed of nearly 6,000,000 mph! Fortunately, this incredible force flies far from us, in another galaxy 50 million light-years away. Other videos you might like:
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#10 Air Force Hypersonic Rocket Sled 0:23
#9 NASA X-43A unmanned supersonic flying vehicle 0:51
#8 space shuttles "Columbia" and “Discovery” 1:13
#7 Apollo 10 1:48
#6 the Stardust space probe 2:31
#5 "New Horizons" automatic interplanetary station 3:06
#4 "Voyager 1" spacecraft 3:54
#3 Galileo spacecraft 4:39
#2 space probes "Helios-1" and "Helios-2" 5:16
#1 Parker Solar Probe 5:46
The fastest object in the Universe 6:26
Can we build a ship to overcome the speed of light? 7:48 #fastestthings #spacecraft #brightside SUMMARY:
-Air Force Hypersonic Rocket Sled is a special mechanism on rails with a rocket engine created to test rockets and other space objects moving at a speed of 6,600 mph.
-NASA X-43A (or Hyper-X) unmanned supersonic flying vehicle flies at a speed of 6,800 mph.
-Space shuttles "Columbia" and “Discovery” had to reach a speed of 17,500 mph to stay in the orbit.
-Apollo 10 mission report states its maximum speed at entry was 24,816 mph.
-Stardust space probe developed its maximum speed of 28,860 mph.
-NASA's "New Horizons" automatic interplanetary station during its mission has developed a maximum speed of 36,400 mph. NASA sent "New Horizons" to study Pluto.
-At a speed of 38,000 mph, "Voyager-1" covers a distance of about 335 million miles each year. -Galileo's 14-year mission ended in 2003 when the spacecraft was deliberately sent into Jupiter's atmosphere. Before crashing, it managed to develop a speed of 108,000 mph.
-Space probes "Helios-1" and "Helios-2" developed a speed of 147,900 mph and 153,500 mph.
-Parker Solar Probe studies the Sun flying at an incredible speed of 213,200 mph!
-In 2014, astronomers from the Harvard-Smithsonian Center for Astrophysics recorded the highest speed in the universe. It was a piece of plasma that flew out of a black hole moving at a speed of nearly 6,000,000 mph!
-To be able to overcome the speed of light, you’d need to equip the ship with a force field. We’d reach the light limit and overcome it by just four thousandths of a mile per second. Imagine that having overcome the speed of light, we’d be catching up with photons from yesterday, then a week ago, then a month, then a year. In fact, we’d be flying through the passage of time, into the past. Music by Epidemic Sound https://www.epidemicsound.com/ Subscribe to Bright Side : https://goo.gl/rQTJZz
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What If You Woke up with a Dog’s Sense of Smell



One day, I woke up smelling like a dog. I don’t mean all rank and stinky – that would be my big brother Jake! I mean, I woke up and I could smell everything. The way a dog can. I knew the smell of foods before, of course, but it was a total surprise to me things like pencils also have a distinct smell. A human has 6 million smell receptors, and a dog – 50 times as much. So let's find out what it means and what new opportunities it opens up. Other videos you might like:
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The dream the night before 0:19
Knowing a scent before seeing the source 0:55
50 times as many smell receptors 1:58
A nose that is always wet 2:45
The power of sniffing 3:35
Sensory overload 4:26
A walking GPS 5:55
The picnic 7:12
Finding Billy 7:49 #dognose #supersense #brightside SUMMARY:
-It was a hot summer night, and I had a dream I was swimming in the ocean of smells. -A dog knows a scent long before it sees the source. Their whole world is different smells, ones that humans can’t even pick up.
-A normal boy has 6 million smell receptors, a dog is a super-sniffer with over 300 million of them.
-A dog’s nose is all slimy because it helps their sense of smell. and helps with taste too. That nose slime absorbs chemicals in scents, and a dog can feel them on the roof of its mouth. -I was able to feel the scents of things like sneakers and hair ribbons long before I could see them and knew whom they belonged to. -I got a sensory overload from all the smells on the way: people roasting turkey, cutting grass – I knew it all. And I could even smell feelings and emotional states. -Mom’s GPS wasn’t listing the desired destination but I was able to lead us using my super sense of smell. -Finally, we arrived at the picnic. The whole family was there. We ate, the grown-ups talked, and the kids threw frisbees together.
-Then, little cousin Billy suddenly disappeared. I breathed out, got the tiny scent markers moving around my nose, and I sniffed in and followed smell after smell to find him eventually. Music by Epidemic Sound https://www.epidemicsound.com/ Subscribe to Bright Side : https://goo.gl/rQTJZz
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Don’t Use a Hotel Hair Dryer and 19 Other Secrets



If you often travel for pleasure or business, you spend a good deal of time at hotels. Hotel rooms are supposed to be the epitome of cleanliness! At least you hope so. But in fact, the objects you’d never think could be dirty are the biggest sources of germs. Hotel staff are required to disinfect the obvious stuff in the bathroom like the toilet and sink, but more obscure items get cleaned less often. The hairdryer, the carpet, lamp switches and TV remotes are only some of the objects on the list. Let’s see what else you should try to avoid touching in a hotel room. Other videos you might like:
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1. The Hairdryer 0:23
2. The Carpet 1:09
3. Lamp Switches 1:47
4. Bathroom Countertops 2:11
5. TV Remotes 2:41
6. Drinking Glasses 3:02
7. The Bedspread 3:30
8. Throw Pillows 3:53
9. The Sofa 4:24
10. The Curtains 4:55
11. The Shower Curtain 5:24
12. The Phone 5:44
13. The Coffee Maker 6:01
14. The Desk 6:27
15. Faucets 6:47
16. The Tap Water 7:04
17. The Ice Bucket 7:25
18. Your Room Key 7:46
19. The Mattress 8:13
20. The Air Itself 8:42 #nevertouchthis #hotelsecrets #brightside SUMMARY:
-The moist environment that’s created after you take a shower plus the heat from the hairdryer equals a nasty breeding ground for all those bacteria to multiply.
-Shampooing services are expensive, so hotels save money by deep-cleaning the carpets less often.
-Staff may wipe the surface of the bedside table, but this is yet one more thing that’ll easily get overlooked.
-Even in four-star hotels the bathroom counters contain the most CFU, or colony-forming units, of bacteria.
-Hotel staff are trying to clean rooms quickly to get them ready for the next guest, so the TV remotes are maybe given a quick wipe-down.
-The cleaners don’t have dish soap on their carts, so the glasses usually just get a quick rinse with hot water.
-The bedspread is among the top 11 dirtiest things in your room.
-Since people throw them off the bed before going to sleep, decorative pillows are home to numerous bacteria. -The sofa collects germs from people’s suitcases, shoes, and anything else guests might toss on it.
-Researchers found that in some 3-star hotels, the drapes only got a mere dusting just once a month.
-The steamy environment makes the bathroom ideal real estate for bacteria and mildew.
-Hotel staff aren’t making the phone in your room their first cleaning priority as people mostly use cell phones these days. -If they aren’t cleaned regularly with vinegar as they should be, coffee makers can become disgusting very quickly.
-Swabs done off desks show a plethora of contagious respiratory viruses on that handy writing surface.
-Some hotels have been known to wipe down the bathroom counter and faucets with the same cloth they use to clean the toilets. -The tap is connected to a municipal water source, especially if you’re in a big city. This kind of water can carry lead, E. coli, and chlorine.
-Before you drop a few ice cubes into your drink, remember the ice bucket hasn’t only been used to hold ice and is hardly ever cleaned. -Researchers say that your room key is just as dirty and germy as money.
-Bed bugs carry over 40 disease-causing bacteria. They’re also tough to get rid of once you bring them back home from your hotel room.
-Even if you don’t have allergies, stale air is unhealthy because it piggy-backs irritants and bacteria into the body. Music by Epidemic Sound https://www.epidemicsound.com/ Subscribe to Bright Side : https://goo.gl/rQTJZz
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Volcanoes Found on All the Planets and Even Moons!



It’s no big secret that volcanoes can build new lands. Let’s take the Hawaiian Islands for example. They were a result of underwater volcanic eruptions that pumped out molten rock. It reached the surface of the sea and formed landmasses. But, did you know that the Earth isn’t the only body in our solar system with volcanoes? With technological advancements, we were able to explore (from afar) parts of the universe and discover volcanic activity on both planets and moons. Granted, some of them have been inactive for millions of years. But others are spewing all sorts of things into their atmospheres. Other videos you might like:
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All 4 Engines Failed Over a Volcano, See What Happened Next https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=AJcXkMOkEbw& TIMESTAMPS:
Is there a black hole on Jupiter?! 2:06
Cryovolcanoes 4:16
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The biggest one in our solar system 8:24 #space #volcanoes #brightside Preview photo credit: NASA Image and Video Library
Animation is created by Bright Side. Credit: NASA Image and Video Library Animation is created by Bright Side. SUMMARY:
– Most volcanic eruptions found on both moons and planets formed millions of years ago.
– Volcanos, as we know them, are mostly mountainous openings in the Earth’s surface that emit volcanic ash, lava, and gases.
– However, planets and moons beyond Mars are filled with gas and silicate rocks. These have cryovolcanoes.
– Instead of hot molten rock; they spew cold liquid or frozen gasses such as ammonia, methane, and water. – Based on studies, only 4 bodies of our solar system have been proven to have active volcanoes, and only one of them is a planet. The planet is the Earth. – The rest of them are moons. We have Triton – Neptune’s largest natural satellite. Then there’s Enceladus, which is Saturn’s 6th largest moon. And, the most troubling one: Io, which belongs to the Jupiter Gang.
– Io has hundreds of volcanic openings. Some of them blast frozen vapor, lava, and so-called volcanic snow. It was also hit by asteroids, just like other bodies in our solar system.
– Triton is the largest natural satellite of Neptune, and the first place where cryovolcanoes were observed. – Cryovolcanoes hadn’t been discovered until 2005, so an extensive search in our solar system was limited. – There’s no air or water on the surface of Venus – it just boils off. Venus has an extreme greenhouse effect. – The tallest feature that resembles a volcano is the Maat Mons. It’s 3 miles in height. – Mars also had a few volcanic features in the Tharsis Montes region. The largest one is the Olympus Mons.
– It stands 16 miles high and is 374 miles in diameter. – Speaking of inactive volcanoes, Mercury had a ton. It’s now filled with craters, and as far as volcanic activity goes, nothing interesting happens.
– Lastly, we have the largest moon of Saturn – Titan. It’s the only identified moon with a dense atmosphere.
– One of the famous mountains there is the Doom Mons. However, there’s still some debate about whether it has active volcanoes. Music by Epidemic Sound https://www.epidemicsound.com/ Subscribe to Bright Side : https://goo.gl/rQTJZz
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Volcanoes Found on All the Planets and Moons



It’s no big secret that volcanoes can build new lands. Let’s take the Hawaiian Islands for example. They were a result of underwater volcanic eruptions that pumped out molten rock. It reached the surface of the sea and formed landmasses. But, did you know that the Earth isn’t the only body in our solar system with volcanoes? With technological advancements, we were able to explore (from afar) parts of the universe and discover volcanic activity on both planets and moons. Granted, some of them have been inactive for millions of years. But others are spewing all sorts of things into their atmospheres. Other videos you might like:
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Is there a black hole on Jupiter?! 2:06
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Animation is created by Bright Side. Credit: NASA Image and Video Library Animation is created by Bright Side. SUMMARY:
– Most volcanic eruptions found on both moons and planets formed millions of years ago.
– Volcanos, as we know them, are mostly mountainous openings in the Earth’s surface that emit volcanic ash, lava, and gases.
– However, planets and moons beyond Mars are filled with gas and silicate rocks. These have cryovolcanoes.
– Instead of hot molten rock; they spew cold liquid or frozen gasses such as ammonia, methane, and water. – Based on studies, only 4 bodies of our solar system have been proven to have active volcanoes, and only one of them is a planet. The planet is the Earth. – The rest of them are moons. We have Triton – Neptune’s largest natural satellite. Then there’s Enceladus, which is Saturn’s 6th largest moon. And, the most troubling one: Io, which belongs to the Jupiter Gang.
– Io has hundreds of volcanic openings. Some of them blast frozen vapor, lava, and so-called volcanic snow. It was also hit by asteroids, just like other bodies in our solar system.
– Triton is the largest natural satellite of Neptune, and the first place where cryovolcanoes were observed. – Cryovolcanoes hadn’t been discovered until 2005, so an extensive search in our solar system was limited. – There’s no air or water on the surface of Venus – it just boils off. Venus has an extreme greenhouse effect. – The tallest feature that resembles a volcano is the Maat Mons. It’s 3 miles in height. – Mars also had a few volcanic features in the Tharsis Montes region. The largest one is the Olympus Mons.
– It stands 16 miles high and is 374 miles in diameter. – Speaking of inactive volcanoes, Mercury had a ton. It’s now filled with craters, and as far as volcanic activity goes, nothing interesting happens.
– Lastly, we have the largest moon of Saturn – Titan. It’s the only identified moon with a dense atmosphere.
– One of the famous mountains there is the Doom Mons. However, there’s still some debate about whether it has active volcanoes. Music by Epidemic Sound https://www.epidemicsound.com/ Subscribe to Bright Side : https://goo.gl/rQTJZz
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What If There Were No Whales on Earth



Whales are the biggest creatures in the history of our planet. Their influence on not only nature but also humanity and our culture is equally as huge. You wouldn’t think their existence would affect our life, but let’s see what the world would look like if there were no whales! In ancient times, they gave us the concept that three huge whales carry our planet on their backs. Centuries later, they inspired one of the greatest books of the 19th century: Moby-Dick. Fashion could’ve taken a completely different path. But mostly, it’d have to be the effect on the food chain and the rich sea life. Other videos you might like:
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The harmless giants 0:30
Two large groups of whales 1:42
Whales in myths and literature 2:18
An important source of oil 3:44
Their role in fashion 4:17
A huge effect on the food chain 4:51
The singers of the ocean 5:55
No whales means no dolphins 6:27
The theory of their origin 6:44 #whales #seagiants #brightside SUMMARY:
-The blue whale is the largest and heaviest creature that’s ever lived on Earth and one of the most harmless creatures in the ocean.
-There are all kinds of whale species, and they’re all divided into two groups: baleen and toothed.
-In ancient times, people believed that three huge whales carry our planet on their backs. Whales inspired Herman Melville to write one of the greatest books of the 19th century: Moby-Dick. -People had been hunting whales for thousands of years for their fat, which was used for fuel in oil lamps. That oil was also used to make soaps and cosmetics.
-Baleen was a must-have back in the whaling days. It was pretty much as popular as plastic is today. Without whalebone, we wouldn’t have come up with corsets. -Without whales, seafood would be a luxury, as the number of all crustaceans and mollusks would noticeably decrease. Even ordinary fish would feel the consequences.
-If whales disappear, the ocean will also lose … singing. Male whales sing songs to attract females, and females sing lullabies to reassure their offspring.
-By the way, if there weren’t any whales, there couldn’t be dolphins either. As well as porpoises, they are a type of whale!
-There is a theory: millions of years ago, the animals that whales would later come from actually walked on land! They looked like huge pigs or hippos. It took millions and millions of years of evolutionary process for them to move into water. Music by Epidemic Sound https://www.epidemicsound.com/ Subscribe to Bright Side : https://goo.gl/rQTJZz
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Why There’s No Hair on Our Bodies Any Longer



Australopithecines are believed to be our direct ancestors. They are primates, like us, but this far in the past they look nothing like humans: they’re short, with more prominent foreheads, flat faces, and … completely covered with hair. Humanlike apes were still hairy, though, but in about half a million years, the upright-walking primates have finally lost some of their hair. Not all of it, but that’s a start! Why’s that? Let's figure out! Other videos you might like:
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‘Hello’ from the distant past 8:25 #hair #humanbody #brightside SUMMARY:
– Australopithecines lived in the trees, like many modern primates do, but what distinguished them from everyone else was that they learned to stand and walk upright.
– Forests have given way to expanding savannahs, and living off the trees has become harder. To find leaves and fruit, they had to cover bigger and bigger flatland areas, so in the end they decided it just wasn’t worth it and found new food sources on the groundัŽ
– Another leap of half a million years and finally, the upright-walking primates have lost some of their hair.
– That’s why, according to the most popular theory, the hominins started getting rid of their body hair: they needed open skin to sweat.
– Let’s jump ahead a bit more — say, a million years further. And here we have hominins that have already lost their hair so much that they resemble modern humans a lot.
– Other mammals, including primates, did not lose their hair and fur, so hominids must’ve had some pretty good reasons.
– Sweating helps them keep their stride for a long time. And they’re the only bipedal hunters who can follow their prey for hours on end, until it falls from exhaustion, leaving itself to the mercy of its stalker.
– And one more thing that this general hair loss doesn’t seem to explain is why humans still have so much hair on their heads but not, say, on their palms or soles of their feet.
– Hairs would slip and you’d simply drop the bar, however hard you may try.
– One of the theories says that we’ve retained thick hair on our heads because of our upright position: when we stand, the most exposed to the sun is exactly the head, and the layer of hair helps protect the skin and brain from its heat.
– Some humans have kept more genetic material from their ancestors than others. According to one version, we’re now moving to a time when men and women will be mostly similar in size and looks.
– And there’s even a genetic anomaly that’s called hypertrichosis, which is believed to be a ‘hello’ to us from the distant past, when humans were still hairy all over. Music by Epidemic Sound https://www.epidemicsound.com/ Subscribe to Bright Side : https://goo.gl/rQTJZz
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Scientists May Have Turned Back the Arrow of Time



Through the years, people have collected a whole dictionary of phrases about wasting time and how it can never be turned back. It would be a shame to lose them all if some scientist were to prove that time is reversible. Actually, it seems like that already happened! Well kinda… Time travel might just be real. A team of Russian scientists stated that they were able to reverse the state of quantum in time for a minuscule fraction of time. For this purpose, they used an IBM quantum computer and innumerable attempts, 85% of which were successful in a simple system, and only 45% in a system that’s a bit more complicated. Other videos you might like:
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– The concept of the arrow of time is an integral part of nature’s laws, like the laws of thermodynamics for example.
– Basically, it means that time always goes in only one way: from past to future as everything is constantly, irreversibly changing its state and condition.
– Quantum can be in two states simultaneously. Quantum teleportation was proved to be real, and now it seems like even time itself isn’t truly safe.
– A quantum computer is a real miracle of science, with vast processing power that comes with one main difference from the classic computers: classic silicon-based computers use bits to store information.
– Quantum computers use quantum bits or qubits instead of bits. These are also the most basic units of information for a quantum computer.
– When bits can only be in one of the two possible states, qubits use quantum particles, which can be not only in one of two states, but also in both at the same time.
– For a time-reversal experiment, only two qubits were used, and even if it wasn’t true time-reversal, it’s a giant breakthrough for quantum computing itself.
– The result of these experiments shows that by applying a special equation to qubit particles, they can effectively step back in their state like after a good sip from the Fountain of Youth.
– A group of computer scientists was able to basically transport a particle through space in an instant. One moment it was there, and then it blinked in another place!
– As we already know, scanning a particle applies stress on it, and therefore disrupts its state almost completely.
– Information about the properties of this particle was then sent to the second particle and it inherited them all, effectively becoming the first particle.
– None of the particles were really transported anywhere, but the information about them was teleported.
– In basic terms, teleportation means scanning and disrupting something in one place and reassembling it in another with the use of information from the scan. Therefore, what scientists saw there was still teleportation. – Quantum teleportation, just like quantum time-reversal, can’t be used on anything except particles, like electrons and photons.
– But who knows what could be possible if all this new knowledge could be used to build the first practical quantum computers. With their processing powers, we’ll be able to take chances even on teleportation and time machines. Music by Epidemic Sound https://www.epidemicsound.com/ Subscribe to Bright Side : https://goo.gl/rQTJZz
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Don’t Use Candles During a Power Outage and 14 Other No-Noes



Whether it's a thunderstorm, a heatwave, or just some curious animal or a bird. No matter who or what’s to blame, suddenly bam! You don't have electricity anymore. And it’s dark. What are you gonna do now? Well, there are things that can make this situation even worse, so keep them in mind. Do you know, for example, that it can be dangerous to come close to pooling water? Many power outages are caused by storms. So be careful and stay away from pooling water, because it can hide not only fallen tree branches but also power lines. It’s better to stay inside till authorized work crews clear the area safely! Other videos you might like:
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7 Ways to Survive Natural Disasters https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=OCjl6tp8dnw& TIMESTAMPS: Don't touch your circuit breaker panel 0:22
Don't keep electronics plugged in 0:53
Don't open the fridge 1:21
Don't use candles 1:56
Don't forget about a CO detector 2:23
Don't leave your car tank empty 2:46 Don't forget about security gates 3:12
Don’t waste your phone’s battery 3:36
Don’t take a long shower 4:06
Don’t ignore traffic rules 4:37
Don’t forget about cash 5:04
Don’t let your pipes get cold 5:26
Don’t come close to pooling water 6:01
Don’t grill indoors 6:28
Don’t keep a generator at home 6:57 #poweroutage #storm #brightside SUMMARY:
– Look for any damage on the panel, but be careful and don't touch it, just in case. If the problem isn't the breaker, check the service wires leading to the house.
– Unplugging electronic appliances, such as microwave, computer, washing machine, and so on, will save them from any possible damage from an electrical surge when the power comes back.
– When it's closed, the cold air will stay inside, preventing your food from spoiling. So open it only when it's necessary.
– Don't use candles. Lighting them isn't the best option since they don't give off much light. But the main problem is that candles can cause a fire.
– If your whole neighborhood doesn't have electricity, then gas stations probably won't be an option since they need the power to pump gas from their tanks to yours. That's why it's important to keep the tank full before a storm hits.
– Many people have no idea how to open the security gates manually. Contact the security office to find out. This way you can plan to leave your neighborhood easily if need be.
– It’s better to close all your apps and dim the backlight to save the battery. When there’s no way to charge the phone, you definitely don’t want to be left without the option to make a call in some emergency.
– Though you’ll have hot water in reserve, its temperature will keep dropping. So if you want to take a shower do it as soon as possible.
– Some think that broken traffic lights serve as a four-way stop. But actually, they work the same way as a four-way yield.
– During a neighborhood-wide blackout, your credit cards will be pretty useless. That’s why it’s important to have some cash at home.
– If your house is rather old, look for uninsulated pipes in your basement, garage, or outside the building. If you find them, wrap them up in old blankets or towels.
– If you have a gasoline powered generator, then your chances of feeling pretty comfortable during a blackout rise. But it emits toxic carbon monoxide, so it should stay away from the house.
– If the power outage caught you off guard, use your car to charge your phone or any other mobile devices.
– Have a dozen or so of those small solar powered garden and sidewalk lights planted around the outside of your house. – Keep a battery-powered radio at home. Cell phones might not last long enough during a long-term blackout.
– If your main issue is to stay warm, then choose one room in the house where you’re gonna use alternative heating and close off all the others. Music by Epidemic Sound https://www.epidemicsound.com/ Subscribe to Bright Side : https://goo.gl/rQTJZz
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That’s Why Most Erasers Are Pink



Have you ever woken up at 3 AM with a flood of urgent questions in your mind? Like, how do barcode readers work? How did bubble wrap appear? And, most importantly, is there a reason erasers are pink? Ok, they now come in all colors and shapes, but what about that classic bubble-gum hue? History’s got all the answers! Do you know why when the first computer mouses appeared, producers referred to them as turtles? Or why paper money isn't the most reliable form of cash? Or what product is perfect for bachelors? Interested? Then check out these really cool facts! Other videos you might like:
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17 Jaw-Dropping Facts You Didn't Know About the Human Body https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ZZhclrlQ2Eo& TIMESTAMPS:
What is an aglet? 0:24
A mouse is not a turtle 0:43
What a webcam was created for 1:07
Slinky in space 1:46
How fast bills wear out 2:17
A perfect product for bachelors 3:00
How bubble wrap appeared 3:24
Erasers – why are they pink? 4:03
What electric fans actually do 4:48
The oldest food 5:06
QWERTY keyboard was designed to slow you down 5:32
Velcro was invented after a walk in the forest! 6:36
Barbie's full name 6:55
How barcode readers read the code 7:19
How about to rent a pineapple? 7:46 #factsyouneverknew #amazingfacts #brightside SUMMARY:
– Ever paid attention to those metal or plastic tips on the ends of your shoelaces? They’re called aglets. They appeared in ancient Rome, where people made them out of glass or stone.
– When the first computer mice appeared, producers referred to them as turtles.
– The popular toy has been around for over 70 years, but there’s more to the Slinky than stair-time fun (and lots of tangles): its older metal version used to serve as a makeshift antenna for engineers and soldiers.
– A US 1-dollar bill usually lasts for only 18 months – after that, it must be withdrawn from circulation and replaced.
– T-shirts were invented at the beginning of the 20th century. In 1904, Cooper Underwear Company advertised them as a perfect product for bachelors who couldn’t sew or reattach buttons to their shirts.
– In 1957, engineers Alfred Fielding and Marc Chavannes decided to seal two shower curtains together with tiny bubbles of air stuck in between. It was supposed to be a cool new idea for a wallpaper!
– When a stand-alone eraser appeared in 1916, it was made mainly of rubber and pumice. Pumice could be white or red, and the color of an eraser depended on the hue of this volcanic rock.
– Electric fans don't actually cool the air. What it does do is cool your skin! The device speeds up the evaporation process, making sweat on your skin colder.
– Rice is the product people have been cultivating for the longest time: from 12,000 to 15,000 years. It first appeared in ancient China's Pearl River Valley thousands of years ago.
– You might have noticed that some cables have chunky cylinders on them. These cylinders are called ferrite chokes. Without them, cables turn into antennas that can pick up and broadcast electrical interference.
– George de Mestral, the Swiss inventor of the popular quick fastener, once noticed how burs would stick to his dog's fur and his own pant legs. This inspired him to come up with an idea of creating the same effect for fabric.
– Barbie saw the light of day in 1959. And in the 1960s, the legendary doll got a fictional biography published in a series of novels.
– Despite what I used to believe, barcode readers aren’t reading the black parts of the code but the white ones!
– In 1493, Christopher Columbus brought some pineapples to Europe. It became a symbol of status, and people who couldn't afford to buy one, rented pineapples for a night to show them off at their parties! Music by Epidemic Sound https://www.epidemicsound.com/ Subscribe to Bright Side : https://goo.gl/rQTJZz
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7 Unexpected Uses for Incognito Mode



Have you ever had the feeling that someone was watching you? You know, that little bit of uneasiness in the back of your mind that forces you to turn your head just to make sure. Well if you spend time on the internet, that’s almost certainly true. Search engines like Google, Bing, and Yahoo make most of their money selling advertising space. But advertisers don't like paying for ads that don't reach their customer base. So to solve this problem, search engines like to track their users. It’s understandable that some people don’t like the idea of being tracked. For that reason, most browsers now feature an incognito mode to let you search without surveillance. Here are seven lesser-known reasons you might consider browsing incognito. Other videos you might like:
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12 Signs Your Computer Has Been Hacked https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=I6XFaUT2RfU
14 Things Destroy Your Computer Slowly and Unnoticeably https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=vu5aAyy0zCU&pbjreload=10 TIMESTAMPS:
Borrowing a Computer 1:14
Something that Looks Bad Out of Context 2:26
You’re Searching for Something Embarrassing 3:37
Controlling video suggestions 4:37
Using multiple accounts 5:28
You want to look like a fresh user 6:11
Gift shopping 7:20 #privacy #computertricks #brightside SUMMARY:
– This is the safe thing to do any time you're on a device other than your own. Whether you’re sending an email, checking your balance, or just logging into Facebook, you don’t want strangers messing with your stuff.
– While all this writing about espionage might just be making you paranoid, you still don’t want that suspicious search hanging around in your browser history.
– By turning on private browsing, you can, at the very least, save yourself some awkward conversations if anyone happens to get a look at your search suggestions.
– Maybe you have a rash and want to know if it's something to see a doctor about. Fortunately, you had the forethought to browse in incognito mode, and you can move on with your life, free from reminders of your itchy episode.
– Private browsing also comes in handy if you find yourself googling the answer to a question you feel a little bad about not knowing. Who’s on the one-hundred-dollar bill? What’s the Queen’s Name? Is there an apostrophe in “don’t”? How do you even spell apostrophe?
– To keep weird or just unwanted videos from cluttering up your feed, you might consider browsing incognito. You won't have easy access to things like your YouTube subscriptions, but it will keep one-off watches from haunting your homepage.
– Signing in and out of multiple accounts can be a real hassle, and if you’re answering that many emails, you're clearly a busy person. To save some time, try opening each account in a different private browsing window. Instead of having to go through each account one by one, this trick allows you to check and respond to all your messages at once.
– It doesn't just prevent your browser from saving logins and history, it also disguises your computer, hiding it from programs meant to track your usage.
– Some booking sites keep track of who's looking at what destinations. This allows them to adjust pricing accordingly, potentially charging more for trips you’re seemingly sure to make.
– While browsing in incognito isn’t guaranteed to save you any money, it’s a useful trick if you want to make sure you’re getting the best deal available. Music by Epidemic Sound https://www.epidemicsound.com/ Subscribe to Bright Side : https://goo.gl/rQTJZz
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What If You Had to Live Underwater for Years



How long can you hold your breath underwater? Aleix Segura Vendrell, a professional free diver from Spain, managed to hold his breath for 24 minutes and 4 seconds. I know, it's hard to wrap your mind around. But it got me wondering: could people live underwater? Come to think of it, living underwater would have loads of advantages. For example, hurricanes and tsunamis wouldn't be dangerous anymore: in a deep-water house, you wouldn't even feel the raging waves. You wouldn't need a swimming pool if you decided to throw a pool party. But if people had to spend their lives in the water, they’d have to evolve and turn into a completely different species… Other videos you might like:
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What Would a Trip to the Mariana Trench Be Like? https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=eeW1DU05j7U&
What If You Dig a Tunnel Under the Ocean? https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=0PZ8KwlxhIk& TIMESTAMPS:
It's too cold, it's too dark 1:25
Underwater communication 2:12
Human skin breaks down in the water 3:10
Can underwater cities exist? 4:29
What would we eat? 6:27
Btw, this technology does exist! (Wait, what?!) 7:50 #underwater #whatif #brightside SUMMARY:
– Your muscles are built to help you move on land. That's why, if you spent all your time underwater, they would atrophy, and you’d become incredibly weak.
– Your limbs aren't the most effective implements when it comes to swimming. That's why you’d also have to grow fins.
– At a depth of 650 ft, it would already be too dark for you to see anything. And don't forget about the water pressure!
– Your ears and eyes have been developing for thousands of years to work in the air. That's why underwater communication would be a huge challenge.
– Scientists still don't understand the reasons completely, but when you spend too much time in the water, your skin starts to break down.
– However, scientists don't deny that one day, genetics might go as far as to modify humans so that they’re able to live underwater!
– Underwater cities and colonies wouldn't be built deeper than 1,000 feet. Any deeper than that and the structures, along with their inhabitants, would collapse under the incredible pressure.
– Plus, people wouldn’t only have to solve the problem of oxygen supply, but also figure out how to maintain the correct ratio of various air components.
– One of the main problems in underwater colonies would be an infection. If someone got sick in such an enclosed space, the virus would spread very fast.
– But at least underwater colonies wouldn't suffer from a lack of food! Living on the ocean floor, you’d get access to all the seafood you can find there (and that's a lot!).
– People could set up farms raising shrimp and fish, which are perfect sources of protein.
– It would be possible to grow special plants for making ecologically friendly fuel, such as biodiesel, more cheaply. – The technology to make underwater colonies possible already exists! These colonies can easily support up to 100 people, and scientists are working on ways to make this number bigger. – The main problems so far are creating working evacuation routes, figuring out how to get enough air, and how to make the environment humid enough. Music by Epidemic Sound https://www.epidemicsound.com/ Subscribe to Bright Side : https://goo.gl/rQTJZz
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What If Earth Started to Spin Backwards



Our planet rotates around its axis from west to east at a speed of over a thousand miles per hour at the equator! And this pattern has lasted for billions of years since the Earth was formed. But “what if” one day, our planet suddenly started to rotate backward, from east to west? It would be one thing if the Earth's continents and oceans were situated symmetrically against the equator when the change of the direction happened. In this case, the only change people would notice would be the climate, which would turn into a mirror image of the current one. In other words, there’d be no dramatic changes. But since life on our planet is rarely about symmetry, the effects of the Earth rotating backward would be way more complicated. Other videos you might like:
Stephen Hawking’s 7 Predictions of Earth’s Demise in the Next 200 Years https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Lq9wipOftXw&
What Would a Journey to the Earth’s Core Be Like? https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=3FoSAHk7DMA&
What If the Earth Stopped Spinning Right Now https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Pex2gaCJ954& TIMESTAMPS:
What if it happened SUDDENLY 1:02
What if it rotated from east to west right from the beginning 2:15
A completely different species instead of us?! 4:21
What if the Earth's core cooled down 5:28
What if there were no magnetic field 5:56 SUMMARY:
– In the case of an abrupt switch of the direction, an instant change in speed would make about 2,000 miles per hour!
– Buildings and other man-made structures would collapse, sending tons of debris into the air and creating chaos.
– In short, the Earth would turn into a gloomy, muddy mess.
– The different spinning direction of the planet would create unexpected weather conditions on all the continents, and the Earth itself would be a totally different place!
– Western Europe would be plagued by severe, freezing winters every year. And, vice versa, Russia would warm up and lose the title of one of the coldest countries in the world.
– The area from the Middle East to Central Africa would be covered with lush, dense forests. And the rest of the deserts would be either covered with grass or scattered trees.
– There would be much more greenery on our planet, and, therefore, more oxygen for everyone to breathe.
– Now, the ocean is swarming with phytoplankton bacteria. But on that different Earth, instead of plankton, cyanobacteria would dominate.
– The chances are high that on a backward-spinning Earth, people would be replaced with a completely different species.
– Somewhere incredibly deep beneath the surface of our planet lies the Earth's core – a ball of scorching-hot iron which is surrounded by boiling liquid metal.
– One of the things that makes life on the Earth possible is the geomagnetic field. This very field is created by the Earth's core!
– If there’s no magnetic field, there's also no atmosphere! That's why some time later, the Earth would start to resemble Mars a little bit too much for my liking.
– The eternal cold and lack of oxygen would either finish us, or prevent us from living normal lives.
– The Earth would probably see a radioactive wave onslaught, which would overheat it to a degree at which it would become uninhabitable. Music by Epidemic Sound https://www.epidemicsound.com/ Subscribe to Bright Side : https://goo.gl/rQTJZz
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You See 6 Buttons Every Day But They Do Nothing



So, you tap a button and something happens — that’s how the world works, right? Well, not exactly. The world is actually filled with buttons that are only there to seem like they do something, while in fact being useless. And not only buttons — there are all kinds of things that are there for no apparent reason. If you live on, say, 15th floor and you’re in a hurry to get home because your bladder is about to burst, for example, you’ll probably feel fine running up the stairs. But if you decide to wait for the elevator instead, you’ll smash that door close button until the doors finally close. Which they will do awfully slowly. Well, did you know that in the US, these buttons don’t work at all? Other videos you might like:
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Pedestrian crossing buttons 0:22
Elevator door close buttons 2:19
Thermostat control in hotels and offices 3:53
Progress bars 5:40
Calorie counters on treadmills 6:40
Graceful failures 7:32 #placebo #strangefacts #brightside SUMMARY:
– Transport authorities sometimes switch off the functionality of these traffic buttons on purpose. In New York, for example, there are 1,000 of them, but currently only 100 actually work when you press them.
– Such buttons have an important psychological effect: doing something feels better than not doing anything. When you press the button at a crossing, you feel more assured that the light will eventually switch to green.
– Not to disrupt the work of the whole network, many of the traffic control switches were turned into placebo buttons.
– The elevator doors will stay open for no less than the time appointed to them, no matter how much or how long you mash that button.
– So unless you’re an emergency service worker or just happen to know the override code, you won’t be able to make the doors close faster.
– If you live outside the US, though, your chances of getting a working close button are much higher. In many countries, there are no such strict regulations, so you can easily find an elevator where, if you press the door close button, the doors will actually shut immediately.
– Most office buildings have a central heating, ventilation, and air conditioning system (HVAC for short). And the thing about this central system is that you can’t actually affect it from anywhere outside the control center.
– In fact, there are two general types of office thermostats: one that is total placebo and one that is only partially so.
– The partial placebo thermostat has a little bit of sway: it can change a couple degrees in both directions, but no more than that.
– Whenever you download a file from the Internet or install a new app on your device, you see a bar that informs you of how much time you have left to wait. Ever seen it stuck at 99% for, like, forever, though? Yeah, it’s exactly what it seems: the progress bar is always wildly inaccurate.
– When you run, you burn calories for sure, but the precise amount depends on various factors, such as your weight, overall fitness, and body fat percentage.
– This counter is, once again, only there to assure you that you’re doing everything right. The downside of this is that even if you’re not doing it right, the treadmill won’t let you know.
– When a call attempt failed, the system didn’t tell the caller about it, but simply switched to another recipient instead. So when somebody took the phone on the other end of the line, you apologized for dialing a wrong number and tried again. This way, you didn’t feel the frustration of having a failed call. Music by Epidemic Sound https://www.epidemicsound.com/ Subscribe to Bright Side : https://goo.gl/rQTJZz
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Why Cell Phones Should Be Allowed in School



Is your school considering a ban on cellphones? Don’t let it happen! What are you going to look at and listen to all day? Rather than get upset, why not launch your first campaign? “Save the cellphone!” Who knows, you may become a leader. Start by gathering convincing reasons to keep cellphones in school. For example, convince your parents or guardians. They’re your best allies. Using a cellphone, you can turn homework in at the last minute. You can practice reading and writing as it’ll be in the future. Also, auditory and visual learners can benefit from recording the class on their cellphone! Other videos you might like:
Stop Charging Your Phone at Night, Here's Why https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=jnb4rdaKW6k&
You Use This Everyday But It Holds Secrets from You https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Xx0Q2-5qPgg&
12 Signs Your Computer Has Been Hacked https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=I6XFaUT2RfU& TIMESTAMPS:
Convince your parents or guardians 0:42
… that having a cellphone in school will improve your grades 0:56
And remind them how overprotective you are! 3:01
Convince your teachers 3:30
… that having cellphones at school increases student vocabularies. 4:19
Also, phones can help students get out of a jam. 4:38
Last but not least: Convince your fellow students! 6:15 #teenageproblems #smartphone #brightside SUMMARY:
– Some students ride the bus for hours. Hours that could be spent getting an early start on your homework.
– Using a cellphone, you can turn homework in at the last minute. You won’t always do that, but tell your parents you want to be graded on what you turn in, not when you submit it.
– The methods you learn in school should remain applicable in 20 years when, instead of writing cursive or hauling around heavy books, we’ll be typing book reports and reading online.
– Mom sometimes mistakes it for her cellphone and takes it to work. So, she misses messages from her clients all day and instead gets texts from your friend, Emma.
– Dad could text you when he’s going to be late picking you up. Which is, like, always. With a cellphone, instead of waiting in the rain, you could study in the nice, dry library!
– Auditory and visual learners can benefit from recording the class on their cellphone. Ask your teacher before you film them.
– When a student needs individual help, the rest of the class can watch educational videos.
– Having cellphones at school increases student vocabularies by helping them learn cool words like “deterrent”!
– Besides that, you can text each other about when the superintendent is coming down the hall and coordinate a surprise party!
– The biggest reason you’ll give the administration is that, no matter what the rule is, some kids are going to bring cellphones to school anyway.
– But you want to make sure they’re fired up! You can’t win this fight alone. You need your friends campaigning with you, so remind them what’s at stake. Music by Epidemic Sound https://www.epidemicsound.com/ Subscribe to Bright Side : https://goo.gl/rQTJZz
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The Most Extreme Temperatures in the Universe



Try to remember the hottest you've ever felt! The stifling heat and irking sensation of sweat trickling down your back and forehead. But if you think that was hot, what if I tell you there are things in our Universe that are literally billions of times hotter? As you may know, the Solar System itself can be a pretty scorching place. The average temperature of the Earth's core reaches a blazing 10,800 degrees F, which is 800 degrees higher than the surface of the Sun! As for the Sun's super-hot center, it heats up to 27,000,000 degrees F! But in terms of the Universe, these temperatures are nowhere near the hottest! Other videos you might like:
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What Will Happen In The Next 5 Billion Years? https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=1rqn0wL4VS8
The Real Size of the Universe (Even a Child Understands) https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=T3T08WOlFk4& TIMESTAMPS:
The temperature of a supernova 0:49
The highest temperature was discovered… in Switzerland 1:31
What Absolute Zero is 3:49
The most naturally-cold thing in the Universe 4:56
The coldest temperature people have ever recorded on Earth 5:39
The coldest habitable place in the world 7:02
The hottest place on Earth 8:23 #hottestthings #coldestthings #brightside Preview photo credit: The Boomerang nebula, called the "coldest place in the universe," reveals its true shape to the Atacama Large Millimeter/submillimeter Array (ALMA) telescope: By NRAO/AUI/NSF/NASA/STScI/JPL-Caltech, https://www.nasa.gov/centers/jpl/news/alma20131025.html
Supernova remnant W49B. X-ray: NASA/CXC/MIT/L.Lopez et al; Infrared: Palomar; Radio: NSF/NRAO/VLA, https://www.nasa.gov/mission_pages/chandra/news/w49b_remnant.html
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– The temperature at the core of a supernova is an incredible 6,000 times higher than that of the Sun's core. And that means it can reach several billion degrees F within microseconds!
– The highest temperature has been discovered – or is it better to say created? – on Earth; in Switzerland, to be exact.
– In 2012, scientists at CERN's Large Hadron Collider crashed the ions of lead to "cook" a so-called "subatomic soup." The result was a plasma with an astonishing temperature of 9.9 trillion degrees F!
– Theoretically, there’s a point at which atoms stop moving. This temperature is called Absolute Zero, and it's equal to 0 degrees Kelvin or -459.67 degrees F.
– Several places in the Solar System come pretty close to Absolute Zero. For example, craters near the South Pole of the Moon are permanently shadowed and never see sunlight.
– But the most naturally-cold thing in the visible Universe is the mysterious Boomerang Nebula. This nebula is located approximately 5,000 light-years away from the Earth, and its temperature is considered to be just 1 Kelvin, or -four hundred some degrees F!
– The coldest temperature people have ever recorded was on Earth! It happened in an Italian underground laboratory, where scientists chilled a 35-cubic-ft chunk of copper to an incredible 6 millikelvins.
– The coldest habitable place in the world is Oymyakon village in Russia. There, the temperature often drops below 32 degrees F in September, and it doesn't get any warmer until the middle of April.
– The temperature in the village dropped to -96 degrees F, which became the coldest recorded temperature in the Northern Hemisphere! – How about we move to the hottest place on the Earth? It's Death Valley in California. Unfortunately, researchers are still arguing about whether this place holds the record for the hottest ever recorded surface temperature: 201 degrees F on July 15, 1972. Music by Epidemic Sound https://www.epidemicsound.com/ Subscribe to Bright Side : https://goo.gl/rQTJZz
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What Your Handwriting Says About Your Character Traits



They say the eyes are the window to the soul. But your handwriting just might be too! There's even a whole science that studies it – graphology. By the way, criminal investigators often work with them. And here’s how they figure out if someone tells a lie – there are drastic changes in their handwriting style throughout a text. Anyway, graphologists determine different personality traits just by looking at the small details of someone's handwriting. Wanna find out yours? Then take a piece of paper and scribble any sentence on it. Put down your signature, too. Other videos you might like:
10 Signs You’re Way More Intelligent Than You Realize https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=nlJ4WIj3j24
What Your Eyebrow Shape Can Say About Your Personality https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=waHOHeDomio
Your Sleeping Position Says All the Truth About You https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=p8WXI6Brl8w TIMESTAMPS:
How big are your letters? 0:40
Do they slant? 1:28
How much space is there between your words? 2:07
Are the letters in one word cramped or not? 2:40
Are the letters in one word connected? 3:23
How much pen pressure do you apply? 3:56
Cursive or print letters? 4:20
What’s the shape of your letters? 5:15
What does your “o” look like? 5:37
How do you write “e”? 6:02
How do you cross your “t”? 6:25
What does your signature hide? 6:59
What your handwriting can tell about your health 7:26 #personalitytest #graphology #brightside SUMMARY:
– If your letters are on the big side it means that you’re pretty outgoing. You love being around people and being the center of attention. Small letters show that you’re shy when it comes to interacting with people.
– If your letters tend to slant to the right, you’re deeply attached to your family and friends. Left-slanted writing says that you’re rather reserved and don’t express your emotions much.
– Noticeably wide spacing between words indicates that you prefer to keep your distance from people. Narrow word spacing shows that a person wants emotional closeness with others.
– If the spacing between letters is average, then you’re friendly and outgoing by nature and can make friends with almost anyone. Letters that are far away from each other reflect an easy-going personality.
– If you connect letters while writing, then you have good logical skills. Disconnected letters reveal a defensive nature. But you have a good intuition which helps you avoid unpleasant situations.
– Light pressure shows that you’re very sensitive and empathetic. Writing with heavy pressure is typical for people who are committed to close people and activities.
– If you prefer using print letters then others most likely see you as a really confident person. Writing in cursive can indicate that a person loves doing everything perfect and following rules.
– Pointed letters can be a sign that the person is smart and curious. Rounded letters are common for creative people and kind-hearted people.
– If your signature is legible and sharp, you’re a strong person and don’t like to pretend. If your signature is illegible, you value privacy and you’re hard to read and understand.
– If your writing is excessively forceful, it might be a sign of high blood pressure. Tiny cramped letters with a varying slant that are hard to read might indicate some psychological or brain problems. Music by Epidemic Sound https://www.epidemicsound.com/ Subscribe to Bright Side : https://goo.gl/rQTJZz
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What Your Handwriting Says About You



They say the eyes are the window to the soul. But your handwriting just might be too! There's even a whole science that studies it – graphology. By the way, criminal investigators often work with them. And here’s how they figure out if someone tells a lie – there are drastic changes in their handwriting style throughout a text. Anyway, graphologists determine different personality traits just by looking at the small details of someone's handwriting. Wanna find out yours? Then take a piece of paper and scribble any sentence on it. Put down your signature, too. Other videos you might like:
10 Signs You’re Way More Intelligent Than You Realize https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=nlJ4WIj3j24
What Your Eyebrow Shape Can Say About Your Personality https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=waHOHeDomio
Your Sleeping Position Says All the Truth About You https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=p8WXI6Brl8w TIMESTAMPS:
How big are your letters? 0:40
Do they slant? 1:28
How much space is there between your words? 2:07
Are the letters in one word cramped or not? 2:40
Are the letters in one word connected? 3:23
How much pen pressure do you apply? 3:56
Cursive or print letters? 4:20
What’s the shape of your letters? 5:15
What does your “o” look like? 5:37
How do you write “e”? 6:02
How do you cross your “t”? 6:25
What does your signature hide? 6:59
What your handwriting can tell about your health 7:26 #personalitytest #graphology #brightside SUMMARY:
– If your letters are on the big side it means that you’re pretty outgoing. You love being around people and being the center of attention. Small letters show that you’re shy when it comes to interacting with people.
– If your letters tend to slant to the right, you’re deeply attached to your family and friends. Left-slanted writing says that you’re rather reserved and don’t express your emotions much.
– Noticeably wide spacing between words indicates that you prefer to keep your distance from people. Narrow word spacing shows that a person wants emotional closeness with others.
– If the spacing between letters is average, then you’re friendly and outgoing by nature and can make friends with almost anyone. Letters that are far away from each other reflect an easy-going personality.
– If you connect letters while writing, then you have good logical skills. Disconnected letters reveal a defensive nature. But you have a good intuition which helps you avoid unpleasant situations.
– Light pressure shows that you’re very sensitive and empathetic. Writing with heavy pressure is typical for people who are committed to close people and activities.
– If you prefer using print letters then others most likely see you as a really confident person. Writing in cursive can indicate that a person loves doing everything perfect and following rules.
– Pointed letters can be a sign that the person is smart and curious. Rounded letters are common for creative people and kind-hearted people.
– If your signature is legible and sharp, you’re a strong person and don’t like to pretend. If your signature is illegible, you value privacy and you’re hard to read and understand.
– If your writing is excessively forceful, it might be a sign of high blood pressure. Tiny cramped letters with a varying slant that are hard to read might indicate some psychological or brain problems. Music by Epidemic Sound https://www.epidemicsound.com/ Subscribe to Bright Side : https://goo.gl/rQTJZz
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8 Secrets Airport Staff Don’t Want You to Know



Only the people working at airports know how things really go down there, and they have many secrets they don’t want you to know. Did you know, for example, that most airports have specific experts called profilers? Their job is to notice the non-verbal signs of anxiety, such as people licking their lips, itching, or looking around a lot. Also, in a lot of big airports, there are special cameras that can detect a certain level of aggression. These cameras transmit the information to a computer and, in cases of dangerous levels of aggression, the suspect will be stopped by airport security for a detailed inspection. Interested? Then check out these surprising truthful facts from the airport world every traveler will like to know. Other videos you might like:
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Why No One Should Use Airport USB Charging Stations https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=4gJlkS_WxZA& TIMESTAMPS:
They’re specially trained to analyze “off” behavior 0:34
They know how aggressive you are 1:41
They have no idea what happens to your luggage once it leaves the airport 2:25
They have dogs that check your bags 3:36
Your food is cooked around the clock 4:32
The airport controls the planes more than you’d think 5:20
They most certainly will check the validity of your visa, no excuses 6:00
They know what’s been in your hands 6:37 Preview photo credit: Passengers sitting and waiting for departure inside of Frankfurt Pearson Airport at Frankfurt, Germany on April 28, 2018: By Marina113/Depositphotos.com, https://depositphotos.com/213361630/stock-photo-frankfurt-germany-april-28-2018.html
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– Profilers work in both the main halls and in passport control. The typical question they ask is, “What's the purpose of your visit?” They then check the person's reaction to this enquiry. No matter how reserved a passenger is, if they have something to hide, TSA officers will find out thanks to the tiniest cues in people's behavior.
– Experts can detect an individual’s specific reactions by checking their heart rate, respiration, and body temperature. Perhaps one day we’ll all go through security checks without even realizing it!
– Airport staff don’t know once it leaves their territory, and they probably don’t really care, sorry. Baggage is sorted automatically: scanners scan the barcode and sort the baggage according to its destination. So if your luggage doesn't move fast enough, it can be late for your connecting flight. Or, the exact opposite, your bag gets to your destination before you do because you’re stuck at passport control.
– Before your luggage even gets on the plane, it goes through five security levels, and one of them (besides scanning the contents) includes being checked by a special dog that can sniff out dangerous chemicals.
– Unlike police dogs, the ones working at airports aren't trained to frighten or intimidate people. The most popular sniffer breeds are Golden Retrievers, Labs, and German Shorthaired Pointers.
– Most airports are equipped with giant kitchens where the food for passengers is prepared. These kitchens usually cook food for different airlines at once. And since that oh-so delightful airplane food must be cooked about 6-10 hours in advance, these kitchens have to work 24/7!
– Dispatchers not only control the planes in the sky (like you usually see in movies), they also control their movement on the ground as well as the lighting on the runways. That's why there are 3 types of air traffic controllers: en-route, terminal, and tower.
– If the airport staff finds out that your visa has expired or you just don’t have one when you enter their country, you’ll be deported by the same airline that brought you there. Not to mention, they have to foot the bill for the ticket as well, which means you can return home for free!
– Airport staff sometimes ask passengers to rub their hands on a piece of cloth before putting it into a special machine. It might seem kind of scary, but it’s actually harmless. You’re simply being checked by a machine called an atomizer. Music by Epidemic Sound https://www.epidemicsound.com/ Subscribe to Bright Side : https://goo.gl/rQTJZz
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Why Planes Leave Trails in the Sky



Even though traveling by plane is common nowadays, these huge steel birds are still surrounded by secrets and myths that give birth to a lot of questions. Pardon the pun, but it’s high time to get more answers! Ever noticed, for example, how on a cold day, you see your own puff of breath when you exhale? The exact same thing happens to a plane. The temperature at 25,000 feet or higher, which is cruising altitude, is really low, around -30 degrees Fahrenheit. Ok, but why are these contrails sometimes long and sometimes short? Other videos you might like:
Why Planes Don't Fly Over the Pacific Ocean https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=00AT5h_sOQM&
Why Planes Don't Fly Faster https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=bnfse4NXo0k&
What Happens When a Bird Flies Into a Plane Engine https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=CozYL-_ttEc& TIMESTAMPS:
Why do planes leave white trails in the sky? 0:20
Why can’t planes fly when it’s extremely hot? 1:46
Can a plane fly on one engine? 2:26
Do planes’ oxygen masks have only 15 minutes of air? 3:05
What are those white spiral marks on airplane engines? 3:35
Is there the “safest” seat on an airplane? 4:03
Why are there black triangles inside a plane’s cabin? 4:30
Why are airplane windows round? 5:05
Why does the plane’s food taste bad? 5:36
Is it possible to avoid turbulence? 6:04
Why do your ears pop during flying? 6:41
Are a plane’s tray tables the dirtiest things on board? 7:17
What citizenship does a baby born on board get? 7:47
Why are most planes white? 8:20
Why are there no parachutes on board? 8:53 #planes #aviation #brightside SUMMARY:
– The cold air condenses, and sometimes even freezes the hot exhaust fumes, creating those white “tails” which look a lot like smoke. That’s why they’re often called "condensation trails", or contrails.
– Long contrails form in humid conditions, while low humidity makes them much shorter.
– Hot air is less dense than cool air. This means the air molecules are spread further apart from each other, so they come into contact with the plane’s wings less. As a result, it’s harder for a plane to take off.
– Losing an engine in-flight isn’t even considered a serious problem by pilots. This is mainly because planes that fly over oceans, or for long-distance routes, have special certificates that indicate the exact time they can operate safely with one engine.
– If the cabin is depressurized at a high altitude, the passengers won’t be able to breathe, so they use oxygen masks. At the same time, the pilot will start descending right away to get lower than 10,000 feet, where it’s possible to breathe normally again.
– Most airlines claim that the safest seat is just a myth. But statistics of airplane crashes beg to differ. They say that this seat is at the back.
– The black stickers are located on about four windows in a cabin. Each of them is aligned with the edge of the wings.
– The frequent pressurization and depressurization caused the window corners to deform and even break. Turned out, round windows can withstand the pressure of cruising altitude much better.
– Apart from the fact that, on board, you’ll get only defrosted dishes which’ve lost a big part of their flavor, the pressurization of the cabin is to blame.
– If you’re a nervous flyer, here’s a tip for you – choose morning flights, because the air is less bumpy at this time.
– Ears pop because there’s a rapid change in pressure when a plane reaches a cruising altitude or lands. There’s not enough time for the pressure inside the inner ear and the air pressure outside to equalize.
– Sadly, tray table surfaces have eight times more bacteria than the lavatory flush buttons. Unfortunately, quite often, cleaning crews don’t have enough time between flights to take care of everything properly.
– A newborn can become the citizen of the country where the airline is registered; the country over which they were born; or the country where the plane landed.
– Training for skydivers requires many hours, in which they learn all the details about handling a parachute and how to land safely. What’s more, even the most experienced skydivers don’t jump from an altitude higher than 15,000 feet. Music by Epidemic Sound https://www.epidemicsound.com/ Subscribe to Bright Side : https://goo.gl/rQTJZz
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Why Planes Leave White Trails in the Sky



Even though traveling by plane is common nowadays, these huge steel birds are still surrounded by secrets and myths that give birth to a lot of questions. Pardon the pun, but it’s high time to get more answers! Ever noticed, for example, how on a cold day, you see your own puff of breath when you exhale? The exact same thing happens to a plane. The temperature at 25,000 feet or higher, which is cruising altitude, is really low, around -30 degrees Fahrenheit. Ok, but why are these contrails sometimes long and sometimes short? Other videos you might like:
Why Planes Don't Fly Over the Pacific Ocean https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=00AT5h_sOQM&
Why Planes Don't Fly Faster https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=bnfse4NXo0k&
What Happens When a Bird Flies Into a Plane Engine https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=CozYL-_ttEc& TIMESTAMPS:
Why do planes leave white trails in the sky? 0:20
Why can’t planes fly when it’s extremely hot? 1:46
Can a plane fly on one engine? 2:26
Do planes’ oxygen masks have only 15 minutes of air? 3:05
What are those white spiral marks on airplane engines? 3:35
Is there the “safest” seat on an airplane? 4:03
Why are there black triangles inside a plane’s cabin? 4:30
Why are airplane windows round? 5:05
Why does the plane’s food taste bad? 5:36
Is it possible to avoid turbulence? 6:04
Why do your ears pop during flying? 6:41
Are a plane’s tray tables the dirtiest things on board? 7:17
What citizenship does a baby born on board get? 7:47
Why are most planes white? 8:20
Why are there no parachutes on board? 8:53 #planes #aviation #brightside SUMMARY:
– The cold air condenses, and sometimes even freezes the hot exhaust fumes, creating those white “tails” which look a lot like smoke. That’s why they’re often called "condensation trails", or contrails.
– Long contrails form in humid conditions, while low humidity makes them much shorter.
– Hot air is less dense than cool air. This means the air molecules are spread further apart from each other, so they come into contact with the plane’s wings less. As a result, it’s harder for a plane to take off.
– Losing an engine in-flight isn’t even considered a serious problem by pilots. This is mainly because planes that fly over oceans, or for long-distance routes, have special certificates that indicate the exact time they can operate safely with one engine.
– If the cabin is depressurized at a high altitude, the passengers won’t be able to breathe, so they use oxygen masks. At the same time, the pilot will start descending right away to get lower than 10,000 feet, where it’s possible to breathe normally again.
– Most airlines claim that the safest seat is just a myth. But statistics of airplane crashes beg to differ. They say that this seat is at the back.
– The black stickers are located on about four windows in a cabin. Each of them is aligned with the edge of the wings.
– The frequent pressurization and depressurization caused the window corners to deform and even break. Turned out, round windows can withstand the pressure of cruising altitude much better.
– Apart from the fact that, on board, you’ll get only defrosted dishes which’ve lost a big part of their flavor, the pressurization of the cabin is to blame.
– If you’re a nervous flyer, here’s a tip for you – choose morning flights, because the air is less bumpy at this time.
– Ears pop because there’s a rapid change in pressure when a plane reaches a cruising altitude or lands. There’s not enough time for the pressure inside the inner ear and the air pressure outside to equalize.
– Sadly, tray table surfaces have eight times more bacteria than the lavatory flush buttons. Unfortunately, quite often, cleaning crews don’t have enough time between flights to take care of everything properly.
– A newborn can become the citizen of the country where the airline is registered; the country over which they were born; or the country where the plane landed.
– Training for skydivers requires many hours, in which they learn all the details about handling a parachute and how to land safely. What’s more, even the most experienced skydivers don’t jump from an altitude higher than 15,000 feet. Music by Epidemic Sound https://www.epidemicsound.com/ Subscribe to Bright Side : https://goo.gl/rQTJZz
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If You Solve One of These Riddles, You’re 40% Smarter Than the Average



Hello there Bright Siders! You’re all smart and bright, but let’s find out who’s the smartest of you all. Solving riddles helps you keep your mind sharp. By the way, these riddles are so hard it takes a true genius to solve them all. So how about to make your memory stronger, boost your brainpower, and frustrate you a little – all within 10 minutes? Up for the challenge? Then here you go – a session of amazingly tricky riddles! And as a bonus – you can check how well you did at the end of the video! Other videos you might like:
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A Hotel Manager 0:21
A Dangerous Marathon 1:09
A Problem in the City 1:57
A Kidnapped Neighbor 3:02 A Sly Thief 4:14
The Wrong Baby 4:53
A Desperate Situation 5:22
A Match Equation 6:25
A Dating Site Mystery 6:54
Smart Friends 7:56
The Equation 8:51
A Mysterious Object 9:22
At a Crossroads 9:48
A Life-Changing Answer 10:41 #riddles #puzzles #brightside SUMARY:
– Clara was in her hotel room when she heard someone knock on her door. He introduced himself, "Hi, I'm the hotel manager. Sorry to bother you, but our database has crashed. Could you let me in to confirm some information?" Clara immediately rushed to her phone and called hotel security. Why?
– The sponsors of the marathon provided the runners and staff with water and other drinks. However, soon, some people started to feel unwell, and were even rushed to the hospital. But then, how come the rest of the participants felt Ok?
– One night, someone attacked the mayor of the city. The man was rushed to a private clinic, and the police arrested three suspects. Who attacked the mayor?
– The police knew she’d been kidnapped because of a note they found in the living room. Detective Peterson, who came to investigate the case, decided to question her neighbors. The detective immediately realized who the liar was.
– Once, a famous thief was caught and brought to the king to be punished. But the king was in a good mood and allowed the thief to choose the way he would lose his life. But when the thief told the ruler about his choice, the king let the man go. Why?
– Emily gave birth to a girl, and she was very happy. But when a nurse brought Emily her baby the next day, the young woman immediately understood that it wasn't her daughter. How did she know?
– You wake up locked in an unfamiliar room. Near the sofa you're lying on, there’s a suspicious bundle with a timer. You have only 10 seconds to figure out your course of action.
– You're allowed to add just 2 matches to make this equation true. Can you manage it in 10 seconds?
– James and Anna had been married for 10 years before they decided to get a divorce. Both of them already had new partners they’d found on a dating site. One day both James and Anna decided to meet their ideal partners in real life. However, after this meeting, the couple changed their mind about the upcoming divorce.
– When you see everything, you don't see it. But when you see nothing, you see it. What is IT?
– You’re wandering through the forest, trying to find the way to a bus station. Suddenly, you meet a man who tells you that soon you'll see a crossroads. There’ll be a post with several signs. You have 10 seconds to figure out where the station is.
– A criminal catches you when you're walking through the park. When you wake up, you find yourself in a dark basement illuminated by 15 burning candles. "I'll set you free if you solve my riddle correctly. But if not, you won't ever leave this place," the same criminal says. "You see 15 candles. I'm blowing out 6 of them. How many candles will remain?" What's your answer going to be? Music by Epidemic Sound https://www.epidemicsound.com/ Subscribe to Bright Side : https://goo.gl/rQTJZz
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Should You Shut Down Your Computer Every Night?



You probably heard that turning off your computer for the night can be harmful to it. But you must’ve also heard the conflicting point of view: that you actually should turn it off when not using it for long. So what’s the right thing to do then? The belief that your desktop should work all the time comes from the dawn of the computer era — the 1980s. Back then, computers were made of different materials, and frequently turning them off and back on could potentially damage them. But what about now? Other videos you might like:
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To shut down or not to shut down? 0:42
Sleep mode VS. Hibernation 2:24
Uninterruptible power supply (Highly recommended) 6:12 #computers #laptops #brightside SUMMARY:
– When you turn on your computer, it triggers a little power surge that creates some stress on the system. – Modern computers, be it laptops, desktops, or tablets, are specially designed not to be turned completely off. – Many of the computer parts have moving parts of their own, and they need time to get up to speed.
– When you shut down your device, it first closes all the programs running on it for all users.
– There are several things you can do as well: they are hibernation and sleep mode.
– Both of them allow you to leave your computer on and save your work while reducing energy consumption. – Sleep mode conserves energy a bit worse than hibernation, but it allows your computer to start up almost immediately.
– Hibernation is a deeper sleep mode that doesn’t use any energy at all, just like when you shut it down, but takes more time to shake off. – On Windows 10, you can only use sleep mode by default, and to add hibernation you’ll need to open the taskbar and type power options.
– On Mac, you’ll have a different default mode for desktop and portable computers: sleep mode for desktops, and hibernation for laptops. – On Mac laptops, there’s also an option to enter a standby mode. The device will automatically enter this state after three hours of sleeping if there’s nothing connected to it, including the charger. – But keeping your data safe while your computer is on is tricky because there can be power surges or outages.
– Make sure to buy a UPS, or uninterruptible power supply, to save you from headache in case of a power outage. – It’s a device that will provide an emergency power load to your computer if the mains power suddenly isn’t there for some reason. Music by Epidemic Sound https://www.epidemicsound.com/ Subscribe to Bright Side : https://goo.gl/rQTJZz
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What If All Sound Disappears for a Year



So, you’re lying on your couch in the evening, watching a Bright Side video on your phone, but all of a sudden the sound turns off all by itself. You tap your finger on the phone, check the volume, but everything seems to be alright. Just no sound. You click off the video and start to get up, when you suddenly realize you can’t hear your own movements. The silence is… disconcerting. You try to say something, but no words come out of your mouth. You shape them, you feel them, but you can’t hear them. Panic is rising. You look out the window and see the city — something’s clearly off. Cars stop erratically and turn on the emergency brake lights. People in the streets gesture too much and look around them in wonder and fear. You have a dawning suspicion that it’s not only about you… Other videos you might like:
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Day 10. The city must function. 3:10
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Day 270. Muteness doesn’t change society. 6:43
Day 360. Some traditions have changed. 7:35
Day 366. Life in the city stops again. 8:33 #sounds #silence #brightside SUMMARY:
– You check everything that makes sounds, turn up music to the max, but you only feel the vibrations through your body.
– Waking up has never been so sweet. Nothing bothered you throughout the night. – The streets are deserted, even though it’s Monday morning. You walk all alone, in utter silence, and look to the sides every second, just in case.
– You get back home and write to everyone who matters. All their replies are similar to each other: “We can’t hear a thing.”
– Life is finally coming back on track. For the last week, all services and all work just stalled — people were getting used to the mute world. – At the office, everything seems okay. Nobody’s chatting, and your productivity only wins from that. – Sign language lessons have become a new trend. Everyone you know decided to learn it because they’ve grown tired of typing messages.
– Walking around the city, you notice that people have become clumsier too. Today you’ve met at least four people who stumbled out of nowhere and fell flat on their faces.
– Roads have become much safer overall — no one wants to drive fast without hearing anything.
– But there’s more and more news appearing of people losing control of complex machinery or simply falling at the most unfortunate places. – Deafness has finally reached its peak: the medical community was right, after some time people started having troubles with their inner ear. – Number of flights has reduced drastically, and people all over the world can’t go where they planned — or even home.
– A solution has been found for the inner ear disorder: it stabilizes the balancing mechanism, making you sure-footed again.
– Meanwhile, muteness doesn’t change the society even a little bit. The order is as perfect as ever, and people have learned to communicate without voice or ears.
– Some traditions have changed, though. Eating has become a ritual of silence, not a place for an idle chat — who can hold a fork and a knife and talk with gestures at the same time?
– Police, ambulance, and rescue services are all equipped with vibro-horns.
– You wake up with a start. It’s morning, and your alarm clock is buzzing under the pillow. Wait. Buzzing? Yes, not just vibrating but actually giving off that sound. – After a year without a sound, everyone is too perplexed to get about their lives.
– Suddenly, your phone starts buzzing again. Mom’s calling. With shaky hands you tap the answer icon and hold the phone to your ear. And then you hear a cracked and uncertain, but so familiar voice, saying, “H’lo?” Music by Epidemic Sound https://www.epidemicsound.com/ Subscribe to Bright Side : https://goo.gl/rQTJZz
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Why People Often Don’t Like Their Own Voices



Do you know what you sound like? You’re not alone in thinking, “Who is that clumsy, mumbling fella?” And sorry to break it to ya, but what you hear on the recording is what people around you hear every time you speak to them. But they don’t mind, so why should you sweat about it so much? You probably do because it’s so different from how you hear yourself when you’re speaking. Yes, you hear your voice all the time, more than anyone in the world, but it comes from inside you, like, in your head! The last thing you do is hear it with your own ears. So if you thought that you have a smooth baritone or bass, that’s probably not the case, unfortunately. Your real voice is higher than you think! Other videos you might like:
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What forms the sound of your voice 2:10
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– It’s mostly the job of bones in your skull to send the vibrations of your voice to your inner ear. And they aren’t as great at that as your ears are. – Once your skull bones have bounced those voice vibrations around and sent them to your inner ear, the great deceiver – your own brain – does its part. It smooths out all the inconsistencies.
– Professional singers, voice actors, and coaches explain that when you speak, more than half your body takes its part in the formation of the resulting sound.
– Posture, the tension in your muscles, your stress levels, and even overall state of health affects how your voice will sound in the end. – There are AI systems today that can figure out someone’s exact age, mood, how well their heart works, and even the month of pregnancy using only a recording of their voice! – You hear your voice all the time, but your brain never listens to it. And it’s meant to be this way. It’s stressful to be self-aware on that level. – Our voices change drastically throughout our lives. In just a couple years, you may not recognize yourself speaking at first.
– Your voice is surprisingly elastic even without age-related changes. Did you know that you have a unique voice for every person you talk to on a regular basis?
– And here’s a trick to find out if someone likes you: listen to their pitch. It’ll be higher than usual!
– If you try to train your voice and delivery, you’ll grow more tolerant of hearing it! Why? Because it becomes more familiar. – People have a similar relationship with their appearance too. Because what they see in the mirror is not what they look like to other people or in photographs. – Just like the voice, the real beauty of every person in the world comes from the inside. And like your voice, all you need is to be a bit more attentive to yourself to see it, as other people see it. Music by Epidemic Sound https://www.epidemicsound.com/ Subscribe to Bright Side : https://goo.gl/rQTJZz
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What If There’s No Internet for 24 Hours



It’s 7 am, and the sound of your alarm wakes you up. You reach over to the nightstand to pick up your phone. With your eyes half-closed, you notice you don’t have any new notifications. Hmm, that’s weird. You get up, grab a quick shower, and head downstairs. After you’ve gotten some breakfast and coffee, you grab your tablet and see the same thing: no notifications. You also notice there’s no Internet connection. It wasn’t just on your phone but all your devices. Before checking your router, you try the old “turn it off and on again” technique. Of course, that didn’t help. So, you head over to the router and see a blinking red light. The 4G isn’t working either. Other videos you might like:
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Morning chaos 0:50
It's better to take the day off 2:28
Are all the memories lost?! ๐Ÿ˜ฎ 4:06
Social media market is collapsing… 4:40
Panic in major cities 4:57
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Weird evening 7:30 #internet #whatif #brightside SUMMARY:
– You decide to take a cab – maybe it’ll save some time. You automatically open the app on your phone. Oh yeah, it doesn’t work.
– You notice the people around you for the first time. They’re all looking at their phones in frustration, some have even struck up a conversation.
– When you finally get to your office building. You reach for your card without even thinking. But guess what! That doesn’t work either. – Right from the get-go, you’re already not that surprised to hear the talk of the day, “Internet’s down.” – You can’t send any emails or reports, and you can’t download anything.
– With the office becoming more of a circus with every passing minute, the boss decides to let everyone just take the day off.
– You can’t remember how much money you have in the bank, and there’s no way to check. – That’s when it hits you: what about all your pictures, videos, and data? You had your whole graduation video on the cloud. All those pictures of your backpacking trip across Europe? Are all the memories lost? – You take 400 bucks out of your account to keep yourself afloat. Who knows if it’ll be enough – there’s no way of knowing how long this nightmare will last! – Airports are at a standstill, along with ships, trains, and commercial trucking. Panic has broken out in major cities.
– You ask a passerby if there are any little family-owned stores in the area. They don’t have a lot, but you grab whatever you can carry in two hands and head home. – As you walk, you start thinking about how everything you do revolves around the Internet.
– Since you can’t stream anything, you decide to watch good old-fashioned TV channels filled with old movies and shows. – At about 10pm, you fall asleep to the thought that you’ll face the same chaos tomorrow, and you’re already stressed about work. – You wake up to multiple notification sounds on your phone, and as you turn over, your screen is flashing with pop-up boxes left and right. – Phones all across the city – across the globe! – are lighting up as if on command. You take a look and let out a sigh of relief: the world is back online! Phew! Music by Epidemic Sound https://www.epidemicsound.com/ Subscribe to Bright Side : https://goo.gl/rQTJZz
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The First Color That Appeared in the Universe



If you collect everything there is in the universe, but what color would it be? It isn’t possible to answer that, but we can at least go back in time far enough to see how it looked when it all began to exist. Yes, this is apparently possible. We all know about this mysterious and fascinating moment called the Big Bang, which gave birth to all that we can see around us right now. But originally, the Universe had just one color. As it expanded and cooled down, it formed more and more tangible matter and started to morph into all the colors we’re used to seeing today. Other videos you might like:
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… and what happened next 5:37 #universe #bigbang #brightside SUMMARY:
– During the first seconds, the universe is expanding so fast and with such power that the temperature drops by trillions and trillions of degrees before it reaches the end of the first minute of its life. – To see something, you’ll have to wait; and not another minute, but another 380,000 years, when the universe cools down. Until then, this epoch in the history of everything is what scientists refer to as “The Dark Age”. – Finally, photons were given the green light to move wherever they want and that means that we can see something here. And that something is a colossal blob of blindingly bright light.
– This is how the whole universe looked back then, 380,000 years after the moment it was born. It looked like fire because the temperature made it look that way. – With the loss of temperature, the glow of the universe's thermal radiation has gone through several metamorphose. From blindingly bright yellow, it went to fiery orange and then became red, which was replaced by black. – Then the stars were exploding into supernovas with every color imaginable; or collapsing into black holes, where no color is possible at all. – The first and only visible thing that ever appeared in the universe was so heated that it looked like an orange glow and nothing more. – It’s well known that our galaxy isn’t that dense, and its appearance to us is only what we’re limited to from our planet’s perspective. Music by Epidemic Sound https://www.epidemicsound.com/ Subscribe to Bright Side : https://goo.gl/rQTJZz
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Why We Don’t See Stars from a Plane



If you’re on an overnight flight, you might have been looking forward to a gorgeous, clear view of the stars! That’s the whole reason you booked that window seat, right? But when night falls, you look out your window, and…no stars! They’re obviously still there…so what’s going on here?? Well, there are a few reasons! Do you know, for example, what light pollution is? When you’re flying over a huge city like New York, London, or Tokyo, the stars have to compete with all of those artificial lights from the cities. It might seem crazy to think that man-made lights will block out the light of millions of stars, but the stars are much further away than those glowing city lights below! Other videos you might like:
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๐ŸŒŸ How to see the stars from your flight ๐ŸŒŸ 5:54 #planes #stars #brightside SUMMARY:
– No matter how dim the lights might get as they’re turned down around bedtime, there are enough of them to make it difficult to see the stars – which, keep in mind, are still quite a few miles away!
– A lot of light pollution, like the kind you’ll get flying over a big city, can cause skyglow. Even if you aren’t flying directly over it, you can still see a big city to the left or right of you from a plane.
– The moon still blocks the light of some stars when you’re stargazing from Earth. – It might feel like you’re much closer to the stars while up in your airplane, but in terms of miles and light-years, you aren’t really that much closer.
– Atmospheric turbulence is irregular air currents that are mixed around by the wind. – Turbulence may bring in clouds, even on a clear night, which will block your view of the stars.
– The retina is the part of your eye that processes light. If you have any pre-existing conditions, such as diabetes, or have had any head trauma, your retinas may not work properly, and you may not be able to see the stars.
– It takes us 10-20 minutes for our eyes to acclimate to the dark. So if you’re trying to see the stars from your plane and can’t, don’t give up too quickly!
– The windows of an airplane are oddly shaped and on the small side, only reaching from about shoulder to elbow; not ideal for stargazing. – Assuming that it’s a clear night, one option is to cover your head and sides of your face with your travel blanket. The goal here is to block out all the unnatural light from inside the cabin. – You could also try asking the flight attendants if they could shut off the cabin lights for a minute or two.
– If you’re flying over an area with no skyglow or light pollution, and the lights are off in the cabin, you should be able to see some stars once your eyes adjust.
– If you’re doing some nighttime flying over Idaho, Utah, Colorado, or British Columbia, you just might be in for the sight of a lifetime! These parts of the U.S. are homes to many protected national parks and nature reserves, so there’s no danger of light pollution or skyglow. Music by Epidemic Sound https://www.epidemicsound.com/ Subscribe to Bright Side : https://goo.gl/rQTJZz
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Why Phones Don’t Have Solar Panels Yet



Smartphones are one of the greatest things to happen to humanity. You’ve got a palm-sized computer with you at all times! …Also making them one of the most annoying things ever! You know, that computer requires power, so you constantly have to charge the thing. So, why don't we just make smartphones solar-powered? It seems like a great idea in the making! The limited time you can use your phone without plugging it into a socket can cause a whole slew of problems. As for the sun, it's always there, it's an endless source of energy, AND people already use it to charge batteries! But with smartphones, it’s not as simple as it may seem… Other videos you might like:
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The heat can cause a fire! 1:15
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What about solar-powered calculators? 2:52
The weather matters too 3:39
But there used to be phones powered by the sun! 4:12
Wonder-film 6:05 #smartphones #brightside #technologies SUMMARY:
– Modern phones are vulnerable to extreme temperatures, especially when they're scorching.
– Smartphones start to strain as soon as the temperature reaches 95°F. They get warmer and warmer, and all the electronics they're packed with eventually become overheated. – The heat from the sun can lead to battery leakage, which can cause a fire! – Another problem with solar panels is deciding where to install them.
– Calculators don't need nearly as much power as your cell phone does. They don't transmit tons of data, take pictures and videos, or make calls.
– The ideal conditions for charging your solar-powered phone would be a clear sky and bright sun shining directly on the panel.
– Still, lots of manufacturers are looking for ways to make solar batteries work for cell phones.
– In short, any company that’s tried to come up with a functioning solar-powered phone encountered the same problems.
– And even if the whole phone was covered in solar panels, this would still fail to make your device work for as long as electrical charging does. – Still, producers haven’t lost hope, and they keep upgrading solar-powered phones.
– They’ve now invented a special film that changes light into electricity. This see-through film could be installed in smartphones between the display and touch screen.
– Light could pass through it, and it would collect energy from the sun's ultraviolet and infrared radiation.
– You wouldn't even notice that your phone is charging, AND you could carry it anywhere while it does! Music by Epidemic Sound https://www.epidemicsound.com/ Subscribe to Bright Side : https://goo.gl/rQTJZz
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13 Easy Tips That May Save Your Life One Day



Most people don’t even think about being in danger. But anyone can find themselves in a position when a lot is at stake. And it might happen when no one’s around. How to save yourself in a critical situation? Knowing some useful pieces of advice for different life situations can be really helpful! Do you know, for example, what to do if you find yourself with frostbite? Or how to find a source of water in a desert? Or why it's really dangerous to build a fire inside a cave? (And no, the main problem isn't the smoke from the fire.) Interested? So here's a list of facts that can help you act rationally in a critical situation. Other videos you might like:
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What if you find yourself with frostbite 1:37
What if you run out of water in the wilderness 2:17
What if you get lost in the wilderness 2:50
How to make matches waterproof 3:05
Why you shouldn't build a fire inside a cave 3:42
How eating snow can lead to dehydration 4:27
What if you're in the water, and your hands and legs are tied up 5:20
What if you're lost in the woods 6:30
Can you drink saltwater in small amounts 6:59
Extra stuff for unpredicted situations 7:25 #survivaltips #survivalhacks #brightside SUMMARY:
– If your wrists are bound with zip ties, rotate and move them back and forth against each other. It's likely to loosen the cords a bit, and you'll be able to remove the ties.
– If you find yourself with frostbite, take care of it as soon as you can. Despite the popular misconception, do NOT pour hot water on the damaged skin – it’ll make things much worse!
– If you run out of water in the wilderness, your top priority is to find a source of it. Keep in mind that water always runs downhill.
– If you get lost in the wilderness and have no idea what direction to choose, find a stream or a small creek. Follow it until it merges with a larger river.
– Dip the matches into hot wax and let them dry. It’ll make them waterproof, and to use one, you'll just have to scrape the wax off the match head.
– The heat coming from your fire will cause the rocks to expand. Eventually, they’ll give in, and you may get trapped in a rockfall or a landslide.
– If you find yourself surrounded by snow and with no drinking water on hand, eating snow is NOT the best way to rehydrate. In fact, it’ll most likely lead to further dehydration!
– If you’re restrained and lying in a puddle of mud or muddy water, arch your back. This posture will help the air get to your lungs faster and more easily. – As soon as you realize you're lost in the woods during a hike, immediately stop. It may sound counterintuitive, but the best solution isn't to keep walking. – There’s an "Urban Survival Myth" that it's safe to drink saltwater in small amounts. But in reality, such a delusion can have very dramatic consequences.
– When you go on a hike or decide to spend several days camping, pack your bag with some extra stuff for unpredicted situations. – Opt for products that don't weigh a lot, like dried fruit and peanut butter or beef jerky. Music by Epidemic Sound https://www.epidemicsound.com/ Subscribe to Bright Side : https://goo.gl/rQTJZz
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What’s the Rarest Element on Earth



We’ve explored a fraction of the ocean, most of the Earth, and parts of our Solar System. But, do you ever wonder what everything around us is made up of? You might be surprised that the most abundant elements in the universe are limited on Earth. What happens below the Earth’s crust is inaccessible to us, but not for our lack of trying. In 1970, we tried to dig a hole that would go below the crust. The hole was just 9 inches in diameter, and it’s considered to be the deepest hole in the world – in terms of true vertical depth. Other videos you might like:
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Aluminum Oxide 1:45
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Iodine 5:41
Helium 6:13
Why can’t we find Helium on Earth? 6:46
Neon 7:05
Platinum 7:39
Gold 7:59
The rarest element on Earth! 8:21 #chemistry #strangethings #brightside SUMMARY:
– Oxygen would be #1 on that list. Apart from its presence in the atmosphere as a gas, it’s also present in rocks.
– The 10th most abundant element in our list is Hydrogen. It’s the simplest element in the Universe and it goes all the way back to the Big Bang.
– The 17th most abundant element is carbon, which is also the second most common element in our bodies, holding 18% of its mass.
– Iodine is the 61st element on the list. It’s the heaviest of the stable halogens and it has a dark purply color. It was first discovered in 1811, but was given a name 2 years later.
– Which is why helium balloons rush to reach the sky when you let go of them. Helium is also the first noble gas, which means that it doesn’t react with other elements to form compounds.
– At #74, we have platinum. It’s mostly found in copper and nickel ores in South Africa.
– And now it’s time for the rarest element on Earth: Astatine, with the most stable isotope, has an 8-hour half-life.
– Chemists were on the hunt for this missing element for decades. They believe that it has a shiny black metallic color.
– Until they found it, they gave it the name Eka-iodine, since it belonged to the same family with Fluorine, Chlorine, Bromine, and Iodine. Preview photo credit: Astatine: By Elahe81 – Own work, CC BY-SA 4.0 https://creativecommons.org/licenses/by-sa/4.0, https://commons.wikimedia.org/w/index.php?curid=47724239
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Why Airplanes Are Safer Than Cars



If you think about it, what could be more frightful than whizzing through the air at over 500 miles per hour in a big pressurized aluminum tube, 6 miles up, where the air outside is too thin to breathe, and the temperature is lower than -40 F? Any one of these things is dangerous by itself, and commercial flights include them all at the same time. No wonder thousands of people are afraid of flying. They’re only protected by a thin metal skin! But are planes really that dangerous? The good news is that statistics are on the side of aviation. They prove that airplanes are the safest means of travel. Other videos you might like:
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What the International Civil Aviation Organization does 7:27 #planes #aviation #brightside SUMMARY:
– Only one airplane crash happens per about every 16 million flights on average, and about 500 people don’t survive in all the crashes that happen in a year. – In comparison, about 1.5 million people will be in a car crash and not walk away from it each year. – There's a myth that there're no chances of surviving a plane crash, but it has little to do with reality. – There’ve been 568 airplane accidents in the US between 1983 and 2000. The number of people who didn’t survive was only 5% of all the passengers who were on board.
– Statistics reveal that the number of train crashes is much more frequent than in aviation. It's just that they don't cause as many casualties and don’t get as much media coverage.
– If a passenger boards a random flight every day, statistically, it'd take them 21,000 years to get into an aircrash. – The 2 most common fears that passenger have on board the plane are engine failure and turbulence. – The truth is that the engines aren’t exactly what keeps the plane going. – f both engines break down in the air, which almost never happens, inertia won’t allow it to drop straight down.
– When the plane goes through layers of air of different density, it can start vibrating. This is what we know as turbulence.
– Sometimes turbulence can happen when the sky is clear, or there are few high-level clouds. It’s called clear air turbulence. – Though it can cause discomfort, or even jostle passengers in the most extreme cases, it does no harm to the plane itself. – The only time strong wind can pose a real danger is during take-off and landing, but in that case, the pilot will just go to a reserve airfield. The system of aviation is built like an ideal pyramid. The head of this pyramid is the International Civil Aviation Organization (ICAO).
– ICAO controls the number of hours all the pilot’s fly in the whole world. Specialists make mathematical calculations to handle the landings of the planes, where the difference could be just 40 seconds between them.
– The ICAO has a strict rule about food for pilots: all the meals for the crew are prepared separately.
– This is done so that the second pilot can replace the first one if he gets food poisoning. – Pilots can often speak several languages, have excellent computers skills, have great reflexes, and excellent sight. – They’re constantly in touch with the flight control center, adjusting the autopilot if necessary, and keeping everything under control. Music by Epidemic Sound https://www.epidemicsound.com/ Subscribe to Bright Side : https://goo.gl/rQTJZz
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What If GPS Stopped Working at All



Somewhere up there in space, about 12,000 miles above the surface of the planet, more than 30 GPS navigation satellites orbit Earth. Thanks to them, you don't need to use the sun, moon, and constellations to find your way! People depend on GPS much more than you might think. One of the reasons why GPS satellites are so crucial for people is because they carry onboard atomic clocks. And those are the very clocks which are responsible for all the time in the world! Should they malfunction, it would bring an end to pretty much everything, from electric power grids to the internet, digital TV and radio, and cellular communication. So how bad would it be if GPS suddenly stopped working? Other videos you might like:
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Hey, what happened to the Internet? 1:24
Planes go off course, ships head straight toward rocks… 2:28
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๐Ÿ‘‰ Cool GPS satellite facts ๐Ÿ‘ˆ 7:15 #GPS #whatif #brightside SUMMARY:
– You don't notice anything unusual at first. You wake up, take a hot shower, and prepare your breakfast as always. – You get into your car and find out that your GPS doesn't work. – You finally arrive at the office and switch on your computer. The first thing you notice is that the internet is excruciatingly slow.
– What you DON'T know is that all the GPS satellites in the world stopped functioning at night, and now, the world is struggling to live without them.
– All over the world, planes go off course and crash, and ships head straight toward rocks, cliffs, and icebergs. – The world governments started to arrange emergency meetings. They're trying to figure out a way to deal with the disaster of losing GPS.
– All the traffic lights have switched to the default red, and the streets of the city have turned into one big, unmoving traffic jam. – Transport, finance, communications, computers – the loss of GPS satellites has influenced all areas of life
– If all the GPS satellites went out of order in one day, the world's technological development would go back decades. – This very situation has already happened once, and it was in January of 2016!
– Due to a maintenance error, sixteen satellites had their clocks set incorrectly. – Luckily, specialists managed to tackle these problems fast enough. – So far, people have launched 74 GPS satellites. – The minimum number of GPS satellites needed to support the whole Global Positioning System is 24.
– Before being called GPS, this system had the name Navstar.
– And although it seems like your car has been using GPS forever, this innovation didn’t appear for everyday vehicles until 1996!
– Nowadays, you can buy GPS shoes to make sure someone will find you if you get lost. But jokes aside, these shoes have been designed to track people with memory problems. Music by Epidemic Sound https://www.epidemicsound.com/ Subscribe to Bright Side : https://goo.gl/rQTJZz
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I Lived Like a Millionaire for 30 Days, See Where It Got Me



Hey there! You know these tips on how to become a millionaire by adopting certain habits? Well, I decided to challenge myself and start an experiment to check if this is for real. I adopted the rich people’s habits and tried to keep up such a routine for a month, recording my progress on video. And you know what? It was an interesting experience. Although I don’t think I can keep it up any longer, I’ll certainly take some habits into my everyday routine from now on. I’m pretty sure they’ll bring positive change to my life. Other videos you might like:
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My first morning 0:24
How I spent my time after work 2:41
My results after two weeks 3:27
My evening ritual 4:27
The last day of my month-long challenge 5:23
So what can I say? 7:04 #success #productivity #brightside SUMMARY:
– This is the first morning of my challenge, and it’s REALLY early now. Like, 5 a.m. early.
– I want my morning joe now, but not yet. Up next is a bit of exercise. – Scrambled eggs and a cup of coffee have never tasted so delicious! Alright, I’ve done my morning routine in just under half an hour, so it’s 5.30 a.m. now and I need to get down to business. – I think I’ll go check my emails now. And there’s also a bit of cleaning up, washing the dishes…
– It’s 12.45 p.m., and I’ve done a lot of things already, but it seems my morning boost is wearing off. I feel… drowsy, at best. – Junk food is on the blacklist now, so I’ll have a healthier snack. A bowl of fresh salad and some nuts seem a good enough option.
– The lunch didn’t really help — I think my tiredness has to do with the fact that I turned in late yesterday. – After a day at work, I’d normally have some junk for dinner and either lie in front of a TV for a couple of hours or take my laptop and idly browse the web. Now, though, I have to change this habit.
– Okay, fine, dinner first. Something light and healthy, and I’ll have to eat in silence — no TV allowed. There are literally no thoughts in my head now, I just want to sleep. – It’s been two weeks since I’ve started my challenge, and today I’d like to share my progress with you. So, I still get up at 5 a.m., and I’ve found it pretty convenient.
– By lunch time I still lose most of my energy, and I feel like it’s getting worse. – The best parts of the day are when I get to check off a point from my to-do list. It gives me so much satisfaction!
– When I’m done compiling my next-day plan, I take a quick cool shower — cold water makes you want to burrow between the sheets, and that’s exactly what I do. – When I’m warm and cozy enough to fall asleep, I turn off the lights and call it a day. – So today’s the last day of my month-long challenge, and I must admit it’s been tough. Waking up has been growing steadily more and more difficult, and now I’m looking forward to getting some sleep. – I do most of the important stuff before lunch if I can because after 1 p.m., it’s as if someone turns off my lights.
– When I come home in the evening, I’m downright exhausted. Even crossing out the things I’ve done doesn’t make my day.
– The experiment went not exactly as I thought it would.
– I hadn’t enough strength for my own leisure activities. And that’s a major mistake because you need to have time for yourself, or you’d just burn out one day.
– My mornings became much more productive, and I think that, if I had just half an hour to take a nap after 1 p.m., I’d be cool as a cucumber for the rest of the day too.
– I don’t think I’ll ever go back to watching TV after work — well, at least not so often as before. Music by Epidemic Sound https://www.epidemicsound.com/ Subscribe to Bright Side : https://goo.gl/rQTJZz
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What Happens to Planes After Retirement



Do you think that the newer an airplane, the safer the flight? Not quite. Modern commercial aircraft are very robust. One of the oldest commercial airplanes, a Boeing 737-200, made its first flight 40 years ago and still makes 3-4 regular flights a day! But what happens to the retired aircraft? There are several options for airplanes that don't fly anymore. One of the most common options is simply storage. The most ideal places for this purpose of storing airliners are deserts with dry climates, where the planes won't rust too quickly. But what happens to airplanes after they arrive? Other videos you might like:
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Why an Eye Icon Sometimes Appears on Phones



It may seem that you know everything about your smartphone: all its knacks, glitches, and icons. But occasionally, especially if you're an Android owner, or if you have just had a software update or installed a new, unfamiliar app, your cell phone might surprise you. You unlock it and – ta-da! – there is an eye, staring at you from the top of the screen! Everybody knows the meaning of a small radar sign at the top of the screen! Yep, that's the famous Wi-Fi symbol, loved by many! It appears when you connect to Wi-Fi networks at home, in a coffee shop, or at an airport. But what if a symbol has the same shape as the Wi-Fi icon but is black and has an exclamation mark on it? So, here’s how to decode those and other icons on your screen. Other videos you might like:
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Two horizontal arrows 0:32
The Wi-Fi icon with an exclamation mark on it 1:03
Two vertical arrows facing opposite directions 1:50
The capital letter "R" 2:05
A little triangle next to the signal bars 2:38
A star symbol 2:52
A tiny telephone with a keyboard next to it 3:12
An ear that seems to be crossed 3:35
A symbol that resembles a curvy capital letter N 4:00
An upside-down teardrop 4:23
A plus inside a circle 4:54
A rectangle with three curved lines 5:21
An eye 5:46
A Wi-Fi symbol coming out of a phone receiver 6:40
A square with some mountains inside 7:00
The symbol of a screenshot with an exclamation mark on it 7:18
A small arrow at the top of the screen 7:41 #smartphone #phonesecrets #brightside SUMMARY:
– If your phone shows you two horizontal arrows, one over the other and pointing in the opposite directions, it means that your network is testing (or has already launched) Voice-over-LTE service.
– If a symbol has the same shape as the Wi-Fi icon but is black and has an exclamation mark on it, it means that your gadget uses the Smart Network Switching option.
– One day, you may see the capital letter "R" appear next to your phone's signal bars. It means that your device has managed to connect to a different network – not its regular one.
– A star symbol means that you've enabled "Do not disturb" mode on your phone. Instead of a star, there might be a no-entry sign on your gadget.
– A tiny telephone with a keyboard next to it means that you have activated TTY, which stands for teletypewriter. Thanks to this feature, instead of talking, you can type your messages, which makes communication easier for people who have issues with speaking or hearing. – Also, if you see an icon with an ear that seems to be crossed and a tiny capital letter "T" next to it, you've switched on the hearing aid mode.
– When you see a symbol that resembles a curvy capital letter N on the screen, your NFC (which stands for Near Field Communication) is switched on. – An upside-down teardrop at the top of your phone's screen not only indicates that your GPS is turned on but also informs you that one of your applications is using your current location at the moment. – If you're an Android owner and have noticed a plus inside a circle (which actually looks like a 75% of a circle), you have the Data Saver mode on.
– Another sign an Android device owner may once see at the top of the screen is a rectangle with three curved lines. This is the "Cast Screen" icon.
– If you're an owner of a Samsung device, one day, you might notice an eye, which might be surrounded by eyelashes or not, staring back at you from the top of the screen. It means that the Smart Stay feature is enabled on your phone. – A square with some mountains inside informs you about a successfully made screenshot.
– But then, what’s this icon that has the symbol of a screenshot with an exclamation mark on it? This sign warns you that your phone hasn't been able to save the image.
– A small arrow at the top of the screen on Apple phones means that you're using location services. Most often, you'll see this arrow when you have an app with maps open on your device. Music by Epidemic Sound https://www.epidemicsound.com/ Subscribe to Bright Side : https://goo.gl/rQTJZz
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The Day Before Christmas



Oh, the weather outside is frightful… but Christmas is so delightful! Leslie felt it in the air as she walked down the street. She was headed to her favorite store that only opened nearer to the winter holidays and had all kinds of wonderful stuff. She cherished this knowledge as something very close and personal: the store was small and not really well-known because of its peculiar schedule, so Leslie felt as if she was touching upon some secret. But her singing mood was brought up short when she saw the “For rent” sign on the shop window. She couldn’t believe her eyes. It seemed to her that the world suddenly stopped spinning. Upset and downtrodden, she already turned to leave, thinking about what she would do now when she noticed a small piece of paper tucked between the door and the jamb… ๐ŸŽ… Guys, there are 14 Christmas hats hidden in the video! Are you attentive enough to spot them? ๐ŸŽ…๐Ÿ˜œ Other videos you might like:
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Who Is the Right Person for You? (Personality Test) https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=zJqjsYY8aY4 TIMESTAMPS:
A mysterious piece of paper 0:05
Lost wallet 1:15
Marissa's nightmare 2:17
What that note said 3:09
… and whose wallet it was 4:15
Okay, isn't it too much of a coincidence? 5:16
Who Leslie ran into 5:59
Alec meets his old pal Benjamin 6:25
And it was THAT Alec! 7:16
An incredible encounter 7:49 #touchingstory #christmasstory #brightside SUMMARY:
– Deep in his anxious thoughts, Alec barely noticed stepping onto something soft but springy. It was s wallet. Inside was a hefty stack of hundred-dollar bills… and a photograph.
– Marissa woke up covered in cold sweat and sheets clinging to her wet skin. Another nightmare, this time about Ben — she didn’t exactly remember what it was about, but something horrible happened. – Leslie took the sheet and unfolded it. Inside was a note from the owner of the store that read, “Whoever finds this, please call me” — and a number.
– “Um, is it Marissa? Yes, my name’s Alec, I’ve found a wallet in the street with your photo and phone number in it. Oh, it’s your brother’s? Well, there’s… like, a lot of money in here, and I thought it would be nice if the owner got it back".
– Marissa had a short day today, but there was some stuff she needed done at the office — a mortgage and a business loan that she couldn’t get her hands on for a long time now.
– Leslie just headed home. And it would’ve been a short and uneventful walk if she hadn’t bumped into someone big. She murmured an apology, looked at the stranger and her eyes got huge.
– The place looked grim and deserted. Alec opened it every year before Christmas, just to put his mind at ease — more of a hobby than business, really. – “Alec? It’s Marissa. I’m looking at your loan request form right now… Yep, I’m kinda your accountant, I guess. Look, I couldn’t approve it, but… where can I find you? It’s not a phone talk. Okay, gotcha. See you in a jiffy.”
– Leslie looked at Ben in shock. They’d been in love in college, but he disappeared after graduation — some terrible family business that overwhelmed him. – She couldn’t have corrected it herself, and by all means she should’ve rejected it, but given the circumstances… and then another knock on the door.
– Marissa stepped from behind the counter, waved at Ben and stopped short. Right beside her brother was her long-time business partner, Leslie. No. Way. This was just too much!
– So it turned out they all knew each other this way or that. Haven’t met in years, but here they were.
– Marissa looked at Ben, Ben looked at Leslie, and she gingerly touched his hand. Something good was being born there that day — the day before Christmas. Music by Epidemic Sound https://www.epidemicsound.com/ Subscribe to Bright Side : https://goo.gl/rQTJZz
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A Desert Town of 80 People That’s Only 5% Complete



Imagine this: you’re driving around the Arizona desert, about an hour north of Phoenix, when suddenly, you see a city rising above the sands. It’s all made of giant futuristic arches and looks pretty much empty. All this sounds like a sci-fi movie plot, but it is, in fact, real! The experimental town of Arcosanti is located 70 miles away from Phoenix, at an elevation of 3,700 feet. Its construction was started in 1970, and never actually finished. Right now, the town is only 5% complete, even though there’s constantly work going on out there. Other videos you might like:
They Found a City Under the Bermuda Triangle https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=goVs04xNp8c&
A Mysterious Village Where Everyone Sleeps for Days https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=E16I-h-s_Ic&
Amazing Bhutan: Free Healthcare, No Homeless People, No Traffic Lights https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Au3QBbuyc2M& TIMESTAMPS:
Why that man decided to build a town in the desert 0:42
The blend of architecture and ecology 1:37
No cars! 2:17
Why the construction still hasn’t been completed 4:53
What you can see in the city 5:46
Btw, life there isn't' boring at all 7:15 #ecology #Arcosanti #brightside SUMMARY:
– The idea belonged to Paolo Soleri, an Italian-American architect. – Soleri believed that instead of building out, people should build up, and that cities shouldn’t be designed around cars, but around humans.
– He came up with the idea of “arcology”. “Arcology” is actually a blend of architecture and ecology. – “Arcology” despises cars and roads: everything you could possibly need should be within walking distance. – Elevators, escalators, and moving walkways would be the only kind of transportation you’d need to go places. – Soleri believed all the buildings and their inhabitants must interact as cells, tissues, and organs in a highly evolved organism.
– A lot of students, architects, journalists, filmmakers and other enthusiasts believed in his concept and the idea of working hard to bring it to life. – It soon turned out that some of his ideas were too expensive to bring to life, which slowed the process down.
– Today, 40 years later, the construction still hasn’t been completed, and there are around 80 people still living and working in Soleri’s new urban concept testing ground.
– As you go for a walk, you’ll see 12 other major constructions, including an amphitheater, a lab, a pool, a music center, a crafts center, and housing for residents and guests.
– Residents are allowed to have 12 cats and eight dogs, so you’ll see quite a few pets in Arcosanti. – Around half of the population is “semi-transient”, which means they plan to spend somewhere between 6 months and 5 years here, but no longer. – If life in Arcosanti sounds boring to you so far, here’s something you should know: Around 50,000 people from across the world visit the place every year. – Arcosanti gets most visitors during concerts and festivals that are held in the local amphitheater. Their most famous festival is FORM. – The Cosanti Foundation is now responsible for the Arcosanti project. Its co-president, Jeff Stein, says although they might never be able to actually house 5,000 people like it was originally planned, Arcosanti can play a really important part for the future of our planet. Music by Epidemic Sound https://www.epidemicsound.com/ Subscribe to Bright Side : https://goo.gl/rQTJZz
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How Cars Have Changed Over 100 Years



The first actual road vehicle in history was the steam-powered car invented by Nicolas-Joseph Cugnot. It was first intended for military purposes. It had only three wheels and was more of a tractor than an actual car. It was a heavy vehicle, capable of moving at only 2.5 mph, but it was a breakthrough nonetheless. It was in 1769. But the first proper car was invented in 1886, and there are two people sharing the honor. These were a gas-powered automobile with three wheels made by Karl Friedrich Benz and a more traditional four-wheeled vehicle made by Gottlieb Daimler. Both were experiments of talented engineers, and… they were quite successful! Other videos you might like:
13 Car Tips That Will Save Your Trips https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=kEtlNKro7Bo&
Why Police Touch Your Taillight, It's Extremely Important! https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=_M7OO9NrEzI&
If You See Money on Your Windshield, Don't Touch It! https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=hrmrd15AshM& TIMESTAMPS:
When the magic happened ๐ŸŽ‡0:51
The electric carriage made by Robert Anderson 1:36
The first proper car ๐Ÿš— 2:39
The first Mercedes cars 3:10
Here's where the real thing begins ๐Ÿ‘ˆ 4:43
The most luxurious car of the first half of the century 5:47
Muscle cars ๐Ÿ˜ 7:03
The era of global economic crisis 7:51
Almost our time 8:40
2019 8:56
Cars of the future 9:23 #cars #carhistory #brightside Preview photo credit: Karl Benz's Patent Motorwagen is regarded as the first practical self propelled vehicle: By Sicnag – 1886 Benz Patent Motorwagen, CC BY 2.0 https://creativecommons.org/licenses/by/2.0, https://commons.wikimedia.org/w/index.php?curid=72839210
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Animation is created by Bright Side. SUMMARY:
– We’ve just jumped to the year 1891, and you can see lots of Peugeot cars around us. All of them run on engines patented by Benz and Daimler, who built their initial capital on selling those.
– Let’s take a quick stroke across the US: here, in 1893, which is already before our current time, brothers Charles and Frank Duryea assembled their first gas-powered car and soon became the largest car manufacturers in the United States.
– Curved Dash Oldsmobiles were the first mass-produced cars in the USA. Ransom Eli Olds invented the assembly line prototype and moved to Detroit to start his enterprise. – By 1927, Ford has produced over 15 million of these cars, and improved them with every passing year, making them more efficient and comfortable, while still affordable. – Look at that beauty! It’s Duesenberg Model J — the most luxurious and powerful car of the first half of the century! Just imagine: its engine produced 265 horsepower, and a supercharged version reached 320!
– It’s 1965, and the car industry is booming. What you see on either side from us are Fords, Chevrolets, Chryslers, and DeSotos.
– We’re in the ‘70s, and it’s muscle cars galore. There’s not a single smooth line in those cars, it’s pure testosterone. They’re mean, they’re powerful, they’re awesome.
– We’re now in the ‘90s, and it’s the era of the global economic crisis. Muscle cars are in the past now, and people need simpler, more affordable vehicles. – In the 2000s, things grow even worse. Just look at these guys — they look like submarines without a single straight line.
– The 2010s. Almost our time. Japan has dominated the field of car design, and everyone else started copying them. – It’s the year 2070, and cars are, well, different. More than half of them are flying, while others move on magnetic force.
– Every car now adheres to the rules because humans are not allowed behind the wheel any longer. Manual override is only possible in case of an emergency. Music by Epidemic Sound https://www.epidemicsound.com/ Subscribe to Bright Side : https://goo.gl/rQTJZz
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Old Cars VS New Cars



The first actual road vehicle in history was the steam-powered car invented by Nicolas-Joseph Cugnot. It was first intended for military purposes. It had only three wheels and was more of a tractor than an actual car. It was a heavy vehicle, capable of moving at only 2.5 mph, but it was a breakthrough nonetheless. It was in 1769. But the first proper car was invented in 1886, and there are two people sharing the honor. These were a gas-powered automobile with three wheels made by Karl Friedrich Benz and a more traditional four-wheeled vehicle made by Gottlieb Daimler. Both were experiments of talented engineers, and… they were quite successful! Other videos you might like:
13 Car Tips That Will Save Your Trips https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=kEtlNKro7Bo&
Why Police Touch Your Taillight, It's Extremely Important! https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=_M7OO9NrEzI&
If You See Money on Your Windshield, Don't Touch It! https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=hrmrd15AshM& TIMESTAMPS:
When the magic happened ๐ŸŽ‡0:51
The electric carriage made by Robert Anderson 1:36
The first proper car ๐Ÿš— 2:39
The first Mercedes cars 3:10
Here's where the real thing begins ๐Ÿ‘ˆ 4:43
The most luxurious car of the first half of the century 5:47
Muscle cars ๐Ÿ˜ 7:03
The era of global economic crisis 7:51
Almost our time 8:40
2019 8:56
Cars of the future 9:23 #cars #carhistory #brightside Preview photo credit: Karl Benz's Patent Motorwagen is regarded as the first practical self propelled vehicle: By Sicnag – 1886 Benz Patent Motorwagen, CC BY 2.0 https://creativecommons.org/licenses/by/2.0, https://commons.wikimedia.org/w/index.php?curid=72839210
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Animation is created by Bright Side. SUMMARY:
– We’ve just jumped to the year 1891, and you can see lots of Peugeot cars around us. All of them run on engines patented by Benz and Daimler, who built their initial capital on selling those.
– Let’s take a quick stroke across the US: here, in 1893, which is already before our current time, brothers Charles and Frank Duryea assembled their first gas-powered car and soon became the largest car manufacturers in the United States.
– Curved Dash Oldsmobiles were the first mass-produced cars in the USA. Ransom Eli Olds invented the assembly line prototype and moved to Detroit to start his enterprise. – By 1927, Ford has produced over 15 million of these cars, and improved them with every passing year, making them more efficient and comfortable, while still affordable. – Look at that beauty! It’s Duesenberg Model J — the most luxurious and powerful car of the first half of the century! Just imagine: its engine produced 265 horsepower, and a supercharged version reached 320!
– It’s 1965, and the car industry is booming. What you see on either side from us are Fords, Chevrolets, Chryslers, and DeSotos.
– We’re in the ‘70s, and it’s muscle cars galore. There’s not a single smooth line in those cars, it’s pure testosterone. They’re mean, they’re powerful, they’re awesome.
– We’re now in the ‘90s, and it’s the era of the global economic crisis. Muscle cars are in the past now, and people need simpler, more affordable vehicles. – In the 2000s, things grow even worse. Just look at these guys — they look like submarines without a single straight line.
– The 2010s. Almost our time. Japan has dominated the field of car design, and everyone else started copying them. – It’s the year 2070, and cars are, well, different. More than half of them are flying, while others move on magnetic force.
– Every car now adheres to the rules because humans are not allowed behind the wheel any longer. Manual override is only possible in case of an emergency. Music by Epidemic Sound https://www.epidemicsound.com/ Subscribe to Bright Side : https://goo.gl/rQTJZz
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What If Everyone on Earth Looked the Same



Picture this: it’s a beautiful morning, and you woke up to the sound of birds chirping through your half-opened window. You look out the window see a few people walking by. But there’s a problem. They all look the same. With identical skin and hair color, when you look closer, even their face is the same. You are in a world filled with identical humans… It’s as if a factory produced humans in the same way dolls are manufactured – minus the package, of course. These identical creatures come into the world naturally, but they don’t just have a name. They also have a number. So, what would the world be like if it were possible? How would you identify all your friends and relatives? Other videos you might like:
What If You Stopped Showering for a Year? https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ckqAkbPl-e4&
What If You Were the Last Person on Earth https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=7uGAINMAiL0&
What If You Swallowed the Most Venomous Spider https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Pt75hYV49aw& TIMESTAMPS:
The parallel universe #12 0:52
How they identify their friends 2:38
… and what their social media's like 3:03
No bullying 5:23
No sense of individuality… 5:56 #whatif #individuality #brightside Preview photo credit: Zach Braff (zachbraff/18.06.2017): "Happy Father's Day from my family to yours": By Instagram.com/FaceToFace/REPORTER/East News, https://www.eastnews.ru/pictures/picture/id/56724093/i/5/t/127
Animation is created by Bright Side. SUMMARY:
– In the parallel universe #12, every person is born with the same face.
– To keep the world in order, the government came up with a numerical system that gave each person a number. – To make sure that nobody lost their unique identity, they had tiny microchips placed in their chests.
– When you become friends with someone, the chips connected through something like Bluetooth. – The world of social media in this parallel Universe is completely different from what we’re used to. The accounts aren’t based on photos but on intelligence. – If you all look like every other person, you have to use your achievements and intelligence to have it.
– You see, in this world, only your achievements and character could make you different, so people used that to their advantage.
– Us humans like to label people who have a different appearance. And we usually pick on the negative. We categorize individuals on the way they look, and their weight.
– Creativity in that world is limited. It’s hard to imagine something different when you are exposed to the same stimuli. – People began changing their bodies and postures to help them stand out. – I began to realize that this perfect society wouldn’t last long. People were desperate about having a unique identity, so they were working hard to get it. – If everyone looked the same, it might solve a lot of problems, but it would also create new ones. The sciences would probably sky-rocket, but creativity could go either way. Music by Epidemic Sound https://www.epidemicsound.com/ Subscribe to Bright Side : https://goo.gl/rQTJZz
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What if You Drilled into a Super-Volcano?



The Earth's surface is shaking; long cracks split the ground open; lava rivers are rapidly flowing down the slopes; explosions sound more and more often; rocks and other debris are flying into the air; the sky is darkened by the clouds of ash. Nah, it's not a plot of a new disaster movie! It's just geologists who decided to drill into a super-volcano. Super-volcanoes get formed when gigantic volumes of scorching hot magma are trying to escape from deep underground. It rises close to the surface but can't break through the Earth's crust. The pressure keeps growing because more and more of it is trying to get to the surface. Until – bang! – a super-eruption occurs! Other videos you might like:
A Helicopter Fell Into a Volcano But It Was a Lucky Day https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=mah3lJb0S2w&
Who Lives at the Bottom of Volcanoes? https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ivw9XY_NSXI&
All 4 Engines Failed Over a Volcano, See What Happened Next https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=AJcXkMOkEbw& TIMESTAMPS:
The most recent super-eruption ๐ŸŒ‹ 1:18
Is Yellowstone dangerous?! 2:29
The 1883 eruption of Krakatoa 3:40
Why some experts want to drill into a super-volcano ๐Ÿ˜ฑ 4:34
… and why other scientists have their doubts 6:22
Lusi mud volcano 8:46 #volcano #Yellowstone #brightside SUMMARY:
– When supervolcanoes erupt, they blow more than 240 cubic miles of ash, molten rock, and hot gases up into the air.
– The most recent super-eruption took place in New Zealand around 26,500 years ago. That's when a super-volcano beneath the surface of Lake Taupo blew more than 300 cubic miles of ash and pumice into the air. – But the age of super-volcanoes isn't over. The most infamous of them all is probably the one in Yellowstone National Park. – If this monster erupted anywhere as strong as it did 2.1 million years ago, it would spit out more than 600 cubic miles of red-hot stuff! – Anyway, scientists are sure that Yellowstone doesn't present any danger these days.
– New Zealand's Taupo you already know about, Japan's Aira Caldera, California's Long Valley, Indonesia's Toba — any of them can one day entertain us with a super-eruption! – Anyway, what devastates scientists the most is how little they know about super-volcanoes. Because those aren't just some overgrown fire mountains — no, they are way more complicated than that. – Experts are still unsure about the processes that trigger them, especially since super-eruptions don't take place more often than every 50,000 years or so. – One daring project includes making a 6-mile-deep hole that would reach the belly of a super-volcano and pump down cold pressurized water.
– It's supposed to nail two birds with one stone: cool the volcano down and produce green energy! – Even though the idea of drilling a hole in a super-volcano seems to have its own benefits, many physicists, geologists, and even politicians have their doubts.
– In the worst-case scenario, it may even trigger a full-blown volcano eruption! And you already know what the results of such an event can be: from fountains of lava and avalanches of molten rocks to climate changes all over the globe!
– In 2006, the world's largest mud volcano Lusi in Indonesia erupted, sending tons of boiling water, gas, and mud in the air. – Some experts claimed that the reason for the disaster was nearby oil drilling that could provoke the eruption. Music by Epidemic Sound https://www.epidemicsound.com/ Subscribe to Bright Side : https://goo.gl/rQTJZz
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What if You Drilled into a Volcano



The Earth's surface is shaking; long cracks split the ground open; lava rivers are rapidly flowing down the slopes; explosions sound more and more often; rocks and other debris are flying into the air; the sky is darkened by the clouds of ash. Nah, it's not a plot of a new disaster movie! It's just geologists who decided to drill into a super-volcano. Super-volcanoes get formed when gigantic volumes of scorching hot magma are trying to escape from deep underground. It rises close to the surface but can't break through the Earth's crust. The pressure keeps growing because more and more of it is trying to get to the surface. Until – bang! – a super-eruption occurs! Other videos you might like:
A Helicopter Fell Into a Volcano But It Was a Lucky Day https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=mah3lJb0S2w&
Who Lives at the Bottom of Volcanoes? https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ivw9XY_NSXI&
All 4 Engines Failed Over a Volcano, See What Happened Next https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=AJcXkMOkEbw& TIMESTAMPS:
The most recent super-eruption ๐ŸŒ‹ 1:18
Is Yellowstone dangerous?! 2:29
The 1883 eruption of Krakatoa 3:40
Why some experts want to drill into a super-volcano ๐Ÿ˜ฑ 4:34
… and why other scientists have their doubts 6:22
Lusi mud volcano 8:46 #volcano #Yellowstone #brightside SUMMARY:
– When supervolcanoes erupt, they blow more than 240 cubic miles of ash, molten rock, and hot gases up into the air.
– The most recent super-eruption took place in New Zealand around 26,500 years ago. That's when a super-volcano beneath the surface of Lake Taupo blew more than 300 cubic miles of ash and pumice into the air. – But the age of super-volcanoes isn't over. The most infamous of them all is probably the one in Yellowstone National Park. – If this monster erupted anywhere as strong as it did 2.1 million years ago, it would spit out more than 600 cubic miles of red-hot stuff! – Anyway, scientists are sure that Yellowstone doesn't present any danger these days.
– New Zealand's Taupo you already know about, Japan's Aira Caldera, California's Long Valley, Indonesia's Toba — any of them can one day entertain us with a super-eruption! – Anyway, what devastates scientists the most is how little they know about super-volcanoes. Because those aren't just some overgrown fire mountains — no, they are way more complicated than that. – Experts are still unsure about the processes that trigger them, especially since super-eruptions don't take place more often than every 50,000 years or so. – One daring project includes making a 6-mile-deep hole that would reach the belly of a super-volcano and pump down cold pressurized water.
– It's supposed to nail two birds with one stone: cool the volcano down and produce green energy! – Even though the idea of drilling a hole in a super-volcano seems to have its own benefits, many physicists, geologists, and even politicians have their doubts.
– In the worst-case scenario, it may even trigger a full-blown volcano eruption! And you already know what the results of such an event can be: from fountains of lava and avalanches of molten rocks to climate changes all over the globe!
– In 2006, the world's largest mud volcano Lusi in Indonesia erupted, sending tons of boiling water, gas, and mud in the air. – Some experts claimed that the reason for the disaster was nearby oil drilling that could provoke the eruption. Music by Epidemic Sound https://www.epidemicsound.com/ Subscribe to Bright Side : https://goo.gl/rQTJZz
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Why Dogs Age Faster Than Us



The longest-living person was a woman who made it 122 years and 164 days. Which isn’t bad for a species with an average lifespan of 72 years. There was also a cat that set the record for the feline community by living to 38 years. Yet dogs aren’t so lucky, which means we humans, who’ve dubbed these loveable creatures as our best friends, really feel the sting. A 13-year-old person has their whole life ahead of them, yet a 13-year-old dog is considered a senior at that age! While we humans take up to 18 years to stop growing and developing, a dog is usually full-grown at 18 months! Other videos you might like:
12 Harmful Things You Do to Your Dog Without Realizing It https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=-G16EX6b8Xg
Scientists Confirm Dogs Can Recognize a Bad Person https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=mNApO77qg5w&
10 Mistakes That Shorten Your Pet's Life https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=DCmaoBujsAI TIMESTAMPS:
How long dogs live ๐Ÿถ 0:46
Why some animals live shorter 1:50
Why dogs don’t live longer 3:53
Small dogs VS. Large dogs 5:42
Circling before lying down 7:56
Rolling around in the grass 8:11 #dogs #pets #brightside SUMMARY:
– Most dogs live on average from 10 to 13 years, depending on the breed, of course.
– For the 1st year of their life, dogs age 15 human years! Then they age about 4 human years with each birthday. – Aristotle believed that elephants lived longer than mice because they contained more liquid. Of course, the moisture thing wasn’t right, but his observations were pretty accurate overall: bigger animals do tend to live longer than smaller ones.
– But let’s consider our parrot friends. They have an average lifespan of 20 to 50 years! – Larger species living longer could simply be a result of where they stand on the food chain. It takes elephants longer to grow because hardly anyone would dare to attack them, right?
– Humans and canines have been friends for thousands of years. DNA suggests that wolves and dogs split around 100,000 years ago. – There’s a theory suggesting that dogs don’t live as long because they’re just so sociable! They live in packs, right? The way it usually goes is when a species lives in groups, they’re more likely to spread illnesses.
– Large species like Saint Bernards and German Shepherds are more prone to hip dysplasia. Siberian Huskies can often develop immune problems. – Also, some breeds are younger than others, and they haven’t had enough time to evolve. The good thing is that our favorite animals are living longer these days than they used to. – Does your dog take a treat or a big cheekful of food from its bowl only to carry into another room to eat? Like a lot of strange things your dog does, it’s ancient instincts controlling their brain.
– And that circling ritualistic thing they do before they lie down? Spinning in circles might happen for several reasons. – What about rolling around in the grass? When they smell something in the grass they can hunt, they’ll use the grass to mask their own scent and sneak up on their prey. Music by Epidemic Sound https://www.epidemicsound.com/ Subscribe to Bright Side : https://goo.gl/rQTJZz
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Why Toilets Are Always White



Can we take a moment to stop and appreciate one of the most important inventions ever? No, not your phone, the Internet, or HotPockets. The toilet! The biggest question has to be: Why are they always white? Wouldn’t that encourage stains? Why can’t they be black or some other dark color that would hide any graffiti more discreetly? Well, actually, commodes haven’t always been white…or porcelain! Go back to the Middle Ages. In Europe, commoners had to use chamber pots — yes, for both numbers! But other parts of the world had the sanitary toilet thing down way earlier. The first-ever recorded flushing water closet belonged to King Minos of Crete over 2,800 years ago! Other videos you might like:
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The first patent for a flushing toilet (1775!) 2:23
What exactly happens when you flush? 3:07
So why are toilets usually white? 3:59
Golden toilet paper 5:20
What do you call your toilet? 5:40
Toilet Museum 6:14
World Toilet Day 6:45
The world’s fastest toilet 7:10
Most toilet seats broken… over the head! 7:37
How many toilets are in the White House? 7:58 #toilet #bathroom #brightside SUMMARY:
– Remember learning in school about how dirty the streets were in Europe back then? The chamber pots would have to be emptied, so people just dumped them out their windows into the streets!
– They had no idea about the danger of bacteria and how it spreads to cause illnesses. – In the 1800s, people finally began to understand this better and realized that there was a serious need to improve sanitary conditions. – It turns out that other parts of the world had the sanitary toilet thing down way earlier, but the luxury of a toilet was only for royalty to enjoy. – The first patent for a flushing toilet went to a guy named Alexander Cummings in 1775, and then the real work—and cleanup— began. – The first and simplest reason why toilets are white is because porcelain is white, and 95% of toilets are made from the stuff.
– Currently, the average toilet manufactured today uses about 1.5 gallons per flush.
– Plain white has come to symbolize cleanliness and sterilization. It’s supposed to make us feel clean in the bathroom! – Add up all that time, and the result is that we end up spending 92 DAYS on the toilet in our lifetime!
– A company out of Australia started selling TPc made from 22K gold in 2013. And yes, the price tag is hefty—a jumbo roll will cost you about $1.4 million! – Located in New Delhi, The Sulabh International Museum of Toilets has amazing artifacts and pictures that let you take a walk through the evolution of the toilet, going back 4,500 years! – Colin Furze of the UK built the world’s fastest toilet in May of 2013. It reached a speed of 53 mph, setting a Guinness World Record!
– In September of 2007, Kevin Shelley broke 46 wooden toilet seats over his head in one minute. – The White House is famous for the number of beautiful rooms and fireplaces, but now you’ll know that among those are 35 bathrooms and toilets! – Statistics show that before a child is fully potty-trained and can use the toilet all by themselves, parents will change about 10,000 diapers! Music by Epidemic Sound https://www.epidemicsound.com/ Subscribe to Bright Side : https://goo.gl/rQTJZz
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Why Ultra-Long Flights Are Better Than Short Ones



Long-haul flights. You know, those marathon adventures that fly you half-way around the world, are terrifyingly boring, and tire you to no end. But nowadays, long-distance travel is nothing like it was years ago! And the experience of flying 20 hours straight might turn out to be much more enjoyable than you expected! Let's say you need to get from Singapore to New York, which usually takes about 19 hours. Chances are, you'll travel the distance of almost 10,000 miles on a plane that has been designed specifically for flying super-long routes. Travelers have more space between armrests, more head and shoulder room, as well as more legroom. On top of that, the air circulation and lighting in the cabin are adjusted in a way that’s supposed to help passengers deal with jet lag more easily! Other videos you might like:
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What Happens When a Bird Flies Into a Plane Engine https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=CozYL-_ttEc& TIMESTAMPS:
Why Airbus A350-900-ULR is so cool 0:44
Dreamliner (With really big windows!) 1:33
Benefits of flying long distances 3:02
How to get ready for the ultra-long-haul flight:
– Choose your seat carefully 4:41
– Ask cabin crew the right questions 5:31
– Put on comfortable clothes 6:20
– Stay hydrated 6:46
– You can claim compensation 7:54 #planes #airtravel #brightside Preview photo credit: Interior view of the test aircraft 'MSN002' of Airbus A350XWB on display at the Beijing Capital International Airport in Beijing, China, 2 November 2016: By Zheng shuai – Imaginechina/Associated Press/East News, https://www.eastnews.ru/pictures/picture/id/51326849/i/0/t/0
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– One of the most exciting features of Airbus A350 is its tail camera! You’ll be so mesmerized by your gorgeous airliner crossing the globe, you probably won't even pay attention to any other in-flight entertainment. – The Dreamliner does everything to make your journey feel like a dream. For example, it has a special system that makes the air in the cabin much more humid. – An LED lighting system makes it easier for you to adjust from daylight to darkness at night, and the air circulates around the cabin every two minutes.
– Long flights are usually more comfortable than short ones, what with all these bigger seats and more space. And it doesn't even matter whether you fly economy or first class. – Almost all long flights have great in-flight entertainment. So, you can occupy your time by watching movies, listening to music, or playing games. – The only alternative to a long-haul flight is to fly for 8 or so hours, jolt awake, sleepily gather your things, and spend several more hours at an unfamiliar airport. – If you know that you’ll need to go to the bathroom pretty often or will feel the need to stretch your legs, choose an aisle seat. Otherwise, you'll have to climb over your dozing neighbors.
– Remember to ask cabin crew the right questions. And the first one should be, "Is the plane full?" Because, if it isn't, you can probably have another, more comfortable seat.
– Every time you fly, it's better to put on comfortable clothes. But on ultra-long-haul flights, it's critical. – It's a good idea to fill your water bottle at the airport before take-off, and keep drinking this water during the flight. – Try to sleep as much as you can on a long-haul flight. It’ll allow you to get to your destination in a reasonably adequate, non-zombie state. – You probably know that you can claim compensation if your flight is delayed, overbooked, or canceled. But what few people are aware of is that the longer the flight is, the bigger the compensation. Music by Epidemic Sound https://www.epidemicsound.com/ Subscribe to Bright Side : https://goo.gl/rQTJZz
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What’s Actually at the Bottom of the Mariana Trench



If you've ever tried scuba-diving, you know that at some point during the descent, you’ll experience some unpleasant sensations. Your ears might pop, and you're likely to feel some serious pressure. Luckily, it's usually nothing serious if you do everything correctly. But what would happen to you at the bottom of the Mariana Trench? So, if you want to get to the very deepest point of the ocean, you need to travel to the southern part of the Mariana Trench. There, you'll find the Challenger Deep, a small valley at a dizzying depth of 36,037 ft! It's so deep that if you put Mount Everest into the Challenger Deep, there would still be around 1.2 miles between the mountain's peak and the surface. Other videos you might like:
What Would a Trip to the Mariana Trench Be Like? https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=eeW1DU05j7U&
Did They Find a Living Megalodon In the Mariana Trench? https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=UCgERDCYii8
How Deep Is the Ocean In Reality? https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=cl_I2KoGyhw& TIMESTAMPS:
How deep is the Challenger Deep? 0:46
The deepest man on Earth 2:04
The twilight zone 2:57
The midnight zone 4:25
Who lives there? 5:55
Amazing things about the Mariana Trench 6:52 #MarianaTrench #ocean #brightside SUMMARY:
– As you get deeper, you feel as if some invisible force is squeezing you from all sides, and the pressure is getting stronger. – Usually, people can withstand 3 to 4 atmospheres of pressure without any particular problems. That means that you can submerge to a depth of 130-140 ft and still feel fine.
– During your descent, you notice that it's getting darker. That's because you're leaving the sunlight zone of the ocean and going deeper – to the twilight zone, which starts at a depth of 660 ft. – You reach the mark of 1,090 feet beneath the surface, and that's the deepest a scuba diver has ever reached. – The option will be to give up your diving idea and get inside a special submarine constructed for deep-dives! – It’ll take you about two and a half hours to reach your destination.
– At a depth of 3,280 ft, your journey becomes quite boring and monotonous as you enter the midnight zone. – Outside your submarine, the pressure is simply astonishing: it's more than 1,000 times higher than the standard atmospheric pressure you experience at sea level!
– If your submarine wasn't so sturdy, at the bottom of the Challenger Deep, it’d be instantly flattened to the thickness of an aluminum foil sheet. – The temperature around your submarine is close to freezing – from 34 to 39 degrees F. – The Challenger Deep is the home to more than 200 microorganisms that lead a comfortable life holed up in the cozy mud at the bottom. – Even though the Challenger Deep is the deepest point of the ocean, it's not the closest to the center of the Earth! – The Mariana Trench is one of the oldest sea beds on Earth! Researchers claim that it may be up to 180 million years old!
– At the bottom of the trench, there are hydrothermal vents that emit super-acidic fluids.
– The bottom of the trench is covered with icky grayish-yellow sludge which is almost silky to the touch. It's the remains of everything that ends up at the bottom after being crushed by the water pressure. Music by Epidemic Sound https://www.epidemicsound.com/ Subscribe to Bright Side : https://goo.gl/rQTJZz
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What’s at the Bottom of the Mariana Trench?



If you've ever tried scuba-diving, you know that at some point during the descent, you’ll experience some unpleasant sensations. Your ears might pop, and you're likely to feel some serious pressure. Luckily, it's usually nothing serious if you do everything correctly. But what would happen to you at the bottom of the Mariana Trench? So, if you want to get to the very deepest point of the ocean, you need to travel to the southern part of the Mariana Trench. There, you'll find the Challenger Deep, a small valley at a dizzying depth of 36,037 ft! It's so deep that if you put Mount Everest into the Challenger Deep, there would still be around 1.2 miles between the mountain's peak and the surface. Other videos you might like:
What Would a Trip to the Mariana Trench Be Like? https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=eeW1DU05j7U&
Did They Find a Living Megalodon In the Mariana Trench? https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=UCgERDCYii8
How Deep Is the Ocean In Reality? https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=cl_I2KoGyhw& TIMESTAMPS:
How deep is the Challenger Deep? 0:46
The deepest man on Earth 2:04
The twilight zone 2:57
The midnight zone 4:25
Who lives there? 5:55
Amazing things about the Mariana Trench 6:52 #MarianaTrench #ocean #brightside SUMMARY:
– As you get deeper, you feel as if some invisible force is squeezing you from all sides, and the pressure is getting stronger. – Usually, people can withstand 3 to 4 atmospheres of pressure without any particular problems. That means that you can submerge to a depth of 130-140 ft and still feel fine.
– During your descent, you notice that it's getting darker. That's because you're leaving the sunlight zone of the ocean and going deeper – to the twilight zone, which starts at a depth of 660 ft. – You reach the mark of 1,090 feet beneath the surface, and that's the deepest a scuba diver has ever reached. – The option will be to give up your diving idea and get inside a special submarine constructed for deep-dives! – It’ll take you about two and a half hours to reach your destination.
– At a depth of 3,280 ft, your journey becomes quite boring and monotonous as you enter the midnight zone. – Outside your submarine, the pressure is simply astonishing: it's more than 1,000 times higher than the standard atmospheric pressure you experience at sea level!
– If your submarine wasn't so sturdy, at the bottom of the Challenger Deep, it’d be instantly flattened to the thickness of an aluminum foil sheet. – The temperature around your submarine is close to freezing – from 34 to 39 degrees F. – The Challenger Deep is the home to more than 200 microorganisms that lead a comfortable life holed up in the cozy mud at the bottom. – Even though the Challenger Deep is the deepest point of the ocean, it's not the closest to the center of the Earth! – The Mariana Trench is one of the oldest sea beds on Earth! Researchers claim that it may be up to 180 million years old!
– At the bottom of the trench, there are hydrothermal vents that emit super-acidic fluids.
– The bottom of the trench is covered with icky grayish-yellow sludge which is almost silky to the touch. It's the remains of everything that ends up at the bottom after being crushed by the water pressure. Music by Epidemic Sound https://www.epidemicsound.com/ Subscribe to Bright Side : https://goo.gl/rQTJZz
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Why Coffee Lids Have Extra Holes and 42 Other Cool Facts



So you’re at a gathering of people. What can you say when the conversation starts turning into awkward pauses? How about to give one of the little-known facts a try instead? For example, few people know that in just 30 minutes, our bodies can produce enough combined heat to boil ½ a gallon of water. Tell them about it! This one is also really cool. You ever wondered why a goat’s pupils look so weird? In fact, the horizontal rectangular shape gives them wider peripheral vision so that they can react faster to approaching danger. In fact, they have a 320° field of vision – you and I only have 120°! Isn't it amazing? Check out these facts, and you'll understand that there are still many things in the world that can surprise us! ๐Ÿค“ Other videos you might like:
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25 Amazing Facts You Definitely Didn’t Know https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=n6kvwiNQQRY TIMESTAMPS:
The longest flight of a chicken 0:17
Fish ketchup? 0:41
Why cats don't eat sweet things 1:11
How much do we sweat? 1:37
How hot you are 2:00
A goat’s pupils 2:16
Queen Elizabeth is a mechanic 3:09
What Tsundoku is 3:20
The most expensive book 3:33
Portland VS. Boston 3:58
Why coffee lids have extra holes 4:08
What space smells like 4:28
The body’s heaviest organ 4:58
A month-less period 5:14
How cold welding works 5:49
Are dogs left-pawed or right-pawed? 6:08
Who has the fastest metabolism 6:42
A fungus that feeds on plastic 7:04
You are mostly made up of space! 7:16
The longest traffic jam 7:32
Why Marie Curie was so cool 8:22
The first non-human to win an Oscar 8:38 #amazingfacts #coolfacts #brightside SUMMARY:
– 10 billion ounces of ketchup are sold in the US every year. In miles, that’d be to Pluto and back!
– The world’s largest alphabet is Cambodian, which has 74 letters. – The fingernails on your dominant hand grow faster. So if you’re a lefty, you might have to clip those ones more often! – Since we blink about 16 times a minute, our eyes are closed for 10% of our waking hours.
– Penguins are the only birds that can’t fly, but they can swim.
– Bees have a total of 5 eyes – 2 large ones on each side of their head and 3 smaller ones in the center!
– An American newspaper once published a paper titled: “The unsuccessful self-treatment of a case of a writer’s block” – It had a total of zero words. – Melbourne gave email addresses to 70,000 trees so that people could report updates on their condition. – When astronaut Harrison Schmitt returned to his space ship, he started having an allergic reaction. As it turned out, he was allergic to moon dust. – The University of Minnesota is older than the state itself. The institution was founded in 1851, but the state became official 7 years later. – The moon has no atmosphere and, therefore, no wind. That means the footprints of the Apollo astronauts will stay there for a million years. – A car-sized asteroid “hits” the Earth every year, but we don’t notice it since it burns up in the atmosphere before it reaches us. – A snake’s metabolism is so slow that many of them can eat just once a week. – Polar bears spend half of their lives hunting, yet only 2% of their hunts are successful. – 5 recycled plastic bottles can create enough fiber to fill one ski jacket. – The Woolly mammoth was around when the Egyptian Pyramids were built. It completely disappeared from the Arctic 3,700 years ago. – Chewing gum was invented 300 years ago by the Mayans. Back then, they boiled the sap of a sapodilla tree and chewed it. Music by Epidemic Sound https://www.epidemicsound.com/ Subscribe to Bright Side : https://goo.gl/rQTJZz
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The Reason You Were Born



All my life I sought answers. As a kid, I read a book that gave me this idea: everything happens for a reason, and everyone has their own destiny. Since then, I’ve been seeking mine. At first, I was as starry-eyed as any kid: I wanted to have some glorified profession that involved saving lives and being heroic. Then I grew up, and at 15 I realized that there were other ways to help people, and they suited me better. I wanted to help people get a roof over their head. I decided to become one of the greatest architects of our time, give homes to thousands, if not millions of people, build a real estate empire that no one could rival! I could do it because I was born for it. Or… not? Other videos you might like:
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My Owner Threw Me Away But the Miracle Happened (Part 1) https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=RWyJc81aQ3Y& TIMESTAMPS:
My success story 1:08
Never abandon your dreams 3:22
The collapce 4:19
And that was all?! I was born to…? 5:10
My own Butterfly effect 6:00 #touchingstory #movingstory #brightside SUMMARY:
– All my life I sought answers. As a kid, I read a book that gave me this idea: everything happens for a reason, and everyone has their own destiny. – My family wasn’t rich, and my parents couldn’t afford expensive tuition. So I applied for a scholarship and hoped for the better.
– And the miracle happened: I got accepted! And that was the point I realized I’d finally found my destiny. I was to become one of the greatest architects of our time.
– Years passed, and my success never faltered. I was the best student of my year, and I got a job at a respectable company fresh after graduation.
– In another two years, I said my goodbyes and went on to start my own construction company.
– Soon after that I got married, and we had two wonderful kids, son and daughter.
– I went on with my projects, and my company steadily grew. – And after a few more years, we stood among the biggest players on the market.
– I created a charity foundation and several non-profit organizations to help struggling people get new homes. – By the time I grew old, my kids were ready to take the reins.
– Such was my life. I was sure I fulfilled my destiny… until this moment.
– At first, everything seemed to go well enough: my kids continued my work, and the corporation prospered. – Then, they had a falling out, and the crack between them grew so much that they eventually divided the company. – Alone, they couldn’t manage everything, and both their companies plummeted. – I was devastated. I couldn’t believe it was really what happened. Wasn’t it my destiny?
– HE showed me myself, climbing the tree all those decades ago and wrapping my arms around a frightened kitty. That boy of 7 who had been me returned the cat to its owner, she beamed at him, said “thank you” and ran off home.
– “You know what it means. You were right in your childhood: everyone indeed has a purpose, something they were born for. But it’s not the labor of their life, or something larger than life itself".
– All this time I believed in some kind of a bigger purpose for myself. What I didn’t realize was that I was doing what I could do best, and what I wanted to do the most. I was just following my dream.
– There was a woman standing at a window with her back to me. She was looking out at a little boy who was climbing a nearby tree to rescue a cat. When he got down and gave the kitty to its owner, he saw his mother in the window and waved to her. She waved back and turned around — and I saw it was my daughter. Music by Epidemic Sound https://www.epidemicsound.com/ Subscribe to Bright Side : https://goo.gl/rQTJZz
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How Such Small Tires Can Land a Huge Plane



Airplanes are mysterious things: unimaginably heavy metal giants soaring through the sky, jam-packed not only with people but also all kinds of electronic gizmos. But look at the airplane's tires compared to the plane’s body – they're tiny! How can they withstand all that weight and speed? Let's check out what's happening when a plane is preparing to land on the runway. All 300 tons of your airplane touch the ground while still going 170 mph. Imagine your typical 2-story house, fully furnished, dropping to the ground as fast as a flying arrow – that must be quite the impact! And still, those tiny little tires don’t pop under the tremendous pressure? Other videos you might like:
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Pilots Reveal 16 Nuances That Make Your Flight Safe https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=XVYXErxau-U&
What Happens When a Bird Flies Into a Plane Engine https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=CozYL-_ttEc& TIMESTAMPS:
Why pilots point the aircraft nose toward the sky before landing 1:17
What's inside airplane tires? 2:21
And what makes them so strong? 3:54
What happens when one of the tires fails 4:20
Why plane tires are so tiny and skinny 5:34
Hydroplaning 7:20 #planes #aviation #brightside SUMMARY:
– Pilots must point the aircraft nose toward the sky just before landing so that they don’t stall the machine.
– To make an airplane tire, producers use a mix of different kinds of synthetic rubber. It makes aircraft tires so strong that each of them can easily deal with a 38-ton load.
– The gas that fills aircraft tires is nitrogen. It doesn't react with rubber, which makes it a much safer choice for airplanes.
– The pressure in plane tires is 6 times bigger than the pressure in your car tires. It's 200 psi, and that's what you’d feel if you took a dive 450 ft underwater. – There can be plenty of wheels on large airplanes, like an Airbus A380 or Boeing 747. And if one of the tires fails, the plane will still land safely.
– When a plane touches the ground, its tires aren't rolling at first – they're just skidding. In other words, the plane is dragging them along the runway until it slows down enough for the wheels to be able to rotate. – Larger tires would be pointless since they wouldn't make landing more effective or safer.
– After plane tires are produced, they always get tested. Manufacturers create computer simulations that check how tires will behave if they're pushed past their speed limit or get overloaded. – And still, airplane tires aren't entirely safe from bursting. Accidents did happen in the past, and planes did skid off runways because of one of the tires exploding mid-landing.
– Hydroplaning is a situation that occurs when the runway is covered with a layer of water preventing a landing plane from braking and stopping in time.
– The aircraft just keeps skidding forward, unable to find traction. – That’s why some airports have grooves on the runway. Water flows into these grooves, making the surface not so slippery and dropping the chances of hydroplaning. Music by Epidemic Sound https://www.epidemicsound.com/ Subscribe to Bright Side : https://goo.gl/rQTJZz
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Why Car Tires Are Black and 22 Other Insights



So you're sitting in your car at that intersection, waiting for the light to change from red to green when you think, “Hmm, why green? Why not blue or purple? Why are things colored the way they are — and how many ways can you answer that question before this light changes? Did you know, for example, that before 1905, taxis were red and green? Then, Albert Rockwell introduced a model with a 15-horse-power engine that became the standard. He painted it in yellow because… his wife liked that color! And maintaining marital bliss is a good reason for anything! ๐Ÿ˜‰ Other videos you might like:
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A Color Test That Can Tell Your Mental Age https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=iVbopWyBR5Y&
29 Things That Exist Only in Japan https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=s1m_yhi9oqA& TIMESTAMPS:
Traffic Lights 0:21
Green Money 1:00
Black and White Crosswalks 1:21
Yellow School Buses 1:52
Yellow Taxis 2:14
Black Tires 2:33
Green Screens 2:52
Red Barns 3:21
Blue Jeans 3:50
Black Belts 4:25
Black Clarinets 4:55
Black and White Soccer Balls 5:04
Black and White Referee Uniforms 5:37
Orange Basketballs 6:00
White Toilet Paper 6:15
White Wedding gowns 6:54
White Flags of Surrender 7:08
Green Chalkboards 7:39
Blue Ribbon for First Place 8:06
Santa’s Red Suit 8:29
Red Fire Trucks 8:54
Pink Bubble Gum 9:17 #colors #everydaylife #brightside SUMMARY:
– Traffic Lights Blink Green for “Go” because — In the 1800s, dangerous heavy machinery had green lights that lit up and warned factory workers they were “on” or “going.” – Traffic Lights Blink Red for “Stop” because — Red is associated with alarm!
– Green Money— Back when the US started printing paper bills, green ink cost less than other colors, letting the treasury keep more of what they printed!
– We transport kids in big vehicles of the yellow color because it’s the one our eyes see first, even in our peripherals.
– Camouflaging dirt isn’t the reason manufacturers add the chemical compound “carbon black” to their product. “Carbon black” makes tires stronger! – Farmers painted their barns red because those barns were huge and paint was expensive.
– Dark-blue indigo dye washes away … bit by bit … in each wash. As it does, it softens the fabric, creating that special blue jean feel!
– Black Clarinets — That’s because clarinets are made from black woods, like ebony.
– Back then, most TVs were black and white, so designers created a ball with contrasting pentagons, kind of like the stripes in the crosswalk.
– The first basketballs were brown leather. Yeah, brown as in, the same color as the wooden court! In the 1950s, they switched to orange because it was easier to see. – Mainstream manufacturers bleach their toilet paper to make it sparkly white because white is associated with cleanliness.
– Believe it or not, white dresses were for mourning until Queen Victoria—one of history’s first style influencers— wore a white dress at her wedding and changed tradition forever!
– The Blue Riband was a pennant awarded to the fastest passenger ship crossing the Atlantic. Over the years, Riband got changed to Ribbon, but the blue part stuck. – Red means emergency, so it’s a natural choice for fire engines. But today, more and more fire trucks are being painted … lime green and yellow!
– When Walter Diemer created his best bubble gum recipe—less sticky, more bubbles!—he made it pink because, well, that was the color he had! Music by Epidemic Sound https://www.epidemicsound.com/ Subscribe to Bright Side : https://goo.gl/rQTJZz
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Why Car Tires Are Black and 22 Other Simple Why-s



So you're sitting in your car at that intersection, waiting for the light to change from red to green when you think, “Hmm, why green? Why not blue or purple? Why are things colored the way they are — and how many ways can you answer that question before this light changes? Did you know, for example, that before 1905, taxis were red and green? Then, Albert Rockwell introduced a model with a 15-horse-power engine that became the standard. He painted it in yellow because… his wife liked that color! And maintaining marital bliss is a good reason for anything! ๐Ÿ˜‰ Other videos you might like:
How Color Blind People See the World https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=GCQE1U2EQ_4
A Color Test That Can Tell Your Mental Age https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=iVbopWyBR5Y&
29 Things That Exist Only in Japan https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=s1m_yhi9oqA& TIMESTAMPS:
Traffic Lights 0:21
Green Money 1:00
Black and White Crosswalks 1:21
Yellow School Buses 1:52
Yellow Taxis 2:14
Black Tires 2:33
Green Screens 2:52
Red Barns 3:21
Blue Jeans 3:50
Black Belts 4:25
Black Clarinets 4:55
Black and White Soccer Balls 5:04
Black and White Referee Uniforms 5:37
Orange Basketballs 6:00
White Toilet Paper 6:15
White Wedding gowns 6:54
White Flags of Surrender 7:08
Green Chalkboards 7:39
Blue Ribbon for First Place 8:06
Santa’s Red Suit 8:29
Red Fire Trucks 8:54
Pink Bubble Gum 9:17 #colors #everydaylife #brightside SUMMARY:
– Traffic Lights Blink Green for “Go” because — In the 1800s, dangerous heavy machinery had green lights that lit up and warned factory workers they were “on” or “going.” – Traffic Lights Blink Red for “Stop” because — Red is associated with alarm!
– Green Money— Back when the US started printing paper bills, green ink cost less than other colors, letting the treasury keep more of what they printed!
– We transport kids in big vehicles of the yellow color because it’s the one our eyes see first, even in our peripherals.
– Camouflaging dirt isn’t the reason manufacturers add the chemical compound “carbon black” to their product. “Carbon black” makes tires stronger! – Farmers painted their barns red because those barns were huge and paint was expensive.
– Dark-blue indigo dye washes away … bit by bit … in each wash. As it does, it softens the fabric, creating that special blue jean feel!
– Black Clarinets — That’s because clarinets are made from black woods, like ebony.
– Back then, most TVs were black and white, so designers created a ball with contrasting pentagons, kind of like the stripes in the crosswalk.
– The first basketballs were brown leather. Yeah, brown as in, the same color as the wooden court! In the 1950s, they switched to orange because it was easier to see. – Mainstream manufacturers bleach their toilet paper to make it sparkly white because white is associated with cleanliness.
– Believe it or not, white dresses were for mourning until Queen Victoria—one of history’s first style influencers— wore a white dress at her wedding and changed tradition forever!
– The Blue Riband was a pennant awarded to the fastest passenger ship crossing the Atlantic. Over the years, Riband got changed to Ribbon, but the blue part stuck. – Red means emergency, so it’s a natural choice for fire engines. But today, more and more fire trucks are being painted … lime green and yellow!
– When Walter Diemer created his best bubble gum recipe—less sticky, more bubbles!—he made it pink because, well, that was the color he had! Music by Epidemic Sound https://www.epidemicsound.com/ Subscribe to Bright Side : https://goo.gl/rQTJZz
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Why Wires Are Colored the Way They Are



We are so used to the stuff around our house that we don’t even think how it all works. What’s the water dripping from the AC? How does a microwave work? What do the lights on a Wi-Fi router mean? Why are the electrical wires colored the way they are? But guys, please do not try to study the wires yourself, it can be dangerous. We’ll just show them to you from the Bright Side of life if you don’t mind. (That way, you can’t accidentally make your life, um, way brighter, you know.) In each country, the wire markings are different, but we'll tell you what they mean in the US. Other videos you might like:
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Stop Charging Your Phone at Night, Here's Why https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=jnb4rdaKW6k&
14 Things Destroy Your Computer Slowly and Unnoticeably https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=vu5aAyy0zCU& TIMESTAMPS:
Why does the printer release hot sheets? 0:25
What’s the water dripping from the AC? 0:50 โ˜”๏ธ
Fridge 1:20
How does a microwave work? 1:43
What do the lights on a Wi-Fi router mean? 2:48
QWERTY 3:52 โŒจ๏ธ
Wire colors 4:48
Ready-to-assemble furniture 7:04
Chairs on wheels 7:44 We all love bubble wrap! 8:20 ๐Ÿ’ฅ
Washing dishes 9:02 #everydaylife #factsyouneverknew #brightside SUMMARY:
– The toner melts and is finally fixed on paper, so you get a clear image and a warm sheet.
– When the AC cools the warm air, moisture forms, which accumulates and gradually flows out. – Many have heard that a fridge filled with food consumes less electricity. Sadly, this is a myth. The energy consumption is the same no matter if it’s stuffed or not.
– Microwaves only penetrate a couple of inches and do it unevenly around the dish. That's why your sandwich can be partly cold and partly scalding hot. – PWR (power) — everything is clear here. A light indicates whether your router is connected to the electrical outlet and receiving power.
– SYS (often indicated by a gear icon) is a system indicator. If it blinks, everything is in order; if it is constantly on, then it means an error in your system.
– WLAN is our favorite Wi-Fi icon. If it blinks, it means the wireless network is working fine and you can continue watching YouTube.
– LAN — these are 4 identical icons. Most likely, they will never bother you. They’re only on if several more computers are connected to your router via cable.
– WAN — the Internet icon. It shows that you are connected to the global network and must always be on.
– The QWERTY layout is said to have been invented specifically to slow down the typing speed. At the time of the first mechanical typewriters, metal keys were arranged alphabetically, and people sometimes typed so fast that the keys jammed with one another. – Black indicates a hot or live wire that’s carrying a current and brings power to all circuits.
– Red is the second hot wire for large appliances such as a stove, clothes dryer, or air conditioner. – Blue and yellow are hot wires too. They maintain common plug-in electrical devices, such as fans or lights. – White or gray indicate a neutral wire needed for safe work with electrical devices. Green, green with a yellow stripe, or bare copper work in a similar way. – Don't rush to put the dirty stuff in the dishwasher, though. The smell of detergent, warm water and the tactile sensation of plates — all this reduces stress levels by about 30 percent. Music by Epidemic Sound https://www.epidemicsound.com/ Subscribe to Bright Side : https://goo.gl/rQTJZz
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Airplane Seats Face the Wrong Way, And We Didn’t Know



Can you imagine boarding a plane only to find all the seats facing away from you? You might think there must be some kind of mistake. But turning the seats around would actually be the best way to get passengers from A to B! Why? Well, at least because backward-facing airline seats are safer than forward-facing ones. They provide extra support for the head and torso. Our backs are scientifically proven to withstand more shock than our chests and front. So why don’t airlines have the option of rear-facing seats? Other videos you might like:
Why Planes Don't Fly Over the Pacific Ocean https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=00AT5h_sOQM&;
Why Airplanes Are White https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=KchRdiTzDz0&;
Pilots Reveal 16 Nuances That Make Your Flight Safe https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=XVYXErxau-U&; TIMESTAMPS:
For the health of it 0:21
It’s like babies! 1:00
It saves space 1:35
The views are great 2:15
Sleeping is better 2:38
It’s FUN! 2:59
Better amenities 3:15 Why airlines don’t have this option:
– Too much weight 3:44
– It's too pricey 5:08
– It could make you sick 5:37
– Sound interference 6:17
– People wouldn’t want them 7:43
– Experiments are too much of a risk 8:08 #planes #airtravel #brightside SUMMARY:
– The Society of Automotive Engineers, which creates safety standards in the automobile and aerospace industries, explains that forward-facing seats allow the torso to move forward.
– Babies and toddlers are supposed to sit in rear-facing car seats until they’re at least 2 years old. Because it’s much safer!
– Airlines that have included backward-facing seats in their business class have been able to fit 80 more seats in the cabin.
– With rear-facing seats, you get to enjoy the view the entire time you fly!
– Airplanes are naturally angled up a degree or two when in flight. Seats that face backward can recline into fully flat beds.
– Rear-facing seats are heavier than forward-facing ones, this adds weight to the plane.
– Some frequent flyers that have tried the backward-facing seats say that it’s a little awkward when you ride facing other passengers.
– Completely replacing old seats and installing new rear-facing ones would cost a fortune.
– If you’re someone who struggles with vertigo or nausea, I’m raising my hand here, these “innovative and revolutionary” seats may not be for you either.
– Studies done on various forms of transportation show that most people choose forward-facing seats.
– Completely redoing seating arrangements on board would be risky, and may not guarantee revenue. Music by Epidemic Sound https://www.epidemicsound.com/ Subscribe to Bright Side : https://goo.gl/rQTJZz
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Why Airplane Seats Face the Wrong Way



Can you imagine boarding a plane only to find all the seats facing away from you? You might think there must be some kind of mistake. But turning the seats around would actually be the best way to get passengers from A to B! Why? Well, at least because backward-facing airline seats are safer than forward-facing ones. They provide extra support for the head and torso. Our backs are scientifically proven to withstand more shock than our chests and front. So why don’t airlines have the option of rear-facing seats? Other videos you might like:
Why Planes Don't Fly Over the Pacific Ocean https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=00AT5h_sOQM&;
Why Airplanes Are White https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=KchRdiTzDz0&;
Pilots Reveal 16 Nuances That Make Your Flight Safe https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=XVYXErxau-U&; TIMESTAMPS:
For the health of it 0:21
It’s like babies! 1:00
It saves space 1:35
The views are great 2:15
Sleeping is better 2:38
It’s FUN! 2:59
Better amenities 3:15 Why airlines don’t have this option:
– Too much weight 3:44
– It's too pricey 5:08
– It could make you sick 5:37
– Sound interference 6:17
– People wouldn’t want them 7:43
– Experiments are too much of a risk 8:08 #planes #airtravel #brightside SUMMARY:
– The Society of Automotive Engineers, which creates safety standards in the automobile and aerospace industries, explains that forward-facing seats allow the torso to move forward.
– Babies and toddlers are supposed to sit in rear-facing car seats until they’re at least 2 years old. Because it’s much safer!
– Airlines that have included backward-facing seats in their business class have been able to fit 80 more seats in the cabin.
– With rear-facing seats, you get to enjoy the view the entire time you fly!
– Airplanes are naturally angled up a degree or two when in flight. Seats that face backward can recline into fully flat beds.
– Rear-facing seats are heavier than forward-facing ones, this adds weight to the plane.
– Some frequent flyers that have tried the backward-facing seats say that it’s a little awkward when you ride facing other passengers.
– Completely replacing old seats and installing new rear-facing ones would cost a fortune.
– If you’re someone who struggles with vertigo or nausea, I’m raising my hand here, these “innovative and revolutionary” seats may not be for you either.
– Studies done on various forms of transportation show that most people choose forward-facing seats.
– Completely redoing seating arrangements on board would be risky, and may not guarantee revenue. Music by Epidemic Sound https://www.epidemicsound.com/ Subscribe to Bright Side : https://goo.gl/rQTJZz
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10 Biggest Robots Ever Made on Earth



Old sci-fi stories predicted that at the beginning of the 2000s robots will be everywhere. Then it didn’t happen and the robotic future was delayed by another 20 years. And so here we are, and robots don’t roam the streets, but some of the existing ones are pretty remarkable. Have you ever heard, for example, of robot drones? Soon they will be able to deliver everything you decided to buy on the internet. From pizza to furniture or something even more massive. How about 500 lbs of pure weight? That’s how much a new prototype drone from Boeing can carry. And it doesn’t need to be manually operated, it will find a way all on its own! Other videos you might like:
What Will Happen to Us Before 2025 https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=J2vHbuGsxxs&
20 Things Proving That Japan Lives In 3018 https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ulLv5RdavIw
11 Modern Things That Existed Long Before Us https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=j_qM91WSkjc TIMESTAMPS:
The giant robot actor 0:25
Tracks and claws are on the rescue! 1:22
Athletic spider from outer space 2:20
The titanic mega-hand 3:24
Terrifying metal ostriches 4:14
Boeing sized drone 5:11
The Sea Hunter 6:06
Eagle Prime 7:10
The Real Mecha Suit 8:11
The most honorable mention 9:08 #robots #future #brightside SUMMARY:
– The giant robot actor weighs 11 tons and carries almost 2.5 gallons of liquid gas to shoot a 5 ft long stream of fire from its mouth. He can walk on his own 4 feet and move quite realistically even though he is controlled remotely. – T-52 Eryu – is the first real-life iron man or exo-suit that can save lives. Its hands are made to be as close as they can be to human hands, but much stronger and armed with claws. – ATHLET made by NASA looks like a metal spider on rollers! And if that’s not enough, it’s the biggest and the most agile extraterrestrial exploring robot NASA has ever made. – The Fanuc M-2000iA – colossal arm capable of 6-axis motions and precise actions that need a lot of lifting power. This robot is a stationary crane that can lift and rotate a whole car like it’s nothing more than a feather!
– Handle is one of the most humble but effective bots out there – it’s the ideal warehouse worker. It can sort out up to 360 boxes per hour, 33 lbs each. – Boeing sized drone is no joke. 15 ft long, 18 ft wide, and weighs 747 lbs without any cargo. You can guess how powerful this drone is – certainly not the type you would use for photoshoots and panorama view filming.
– The Sea Hunter looks quite futuristic. It’s only 11 ft wide and 132 ft long. Its slick design is the best spy flick material you may find in real life. – Eagle Prime is a 12-ton monster, standing 16 ft tall on its tracks easily crunching through whole mountains of metal barrels. With two strong hands moving cars with one light punch. – The record holder for the biggest humanoid robot in the world is the robot-samurai MONONOFU. Basically, it’s a toy and a childhood dream of its 44-year-old creator, engineer Masaaki Nagumo.
– AutoHaul may not be a giant humanoid robot, but the size of this project is more than impressive. It’s 1,050 miles of a railroad with 200 locomotives going from one of 16 mines to another to collect ore and convey resupplies. Music by Epidemic Sound https://www.epidemicsound.com/ Subscribe to Bright Side : https://goo.gl/rQTJZz
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How Cats Domesticated Us Twice



Hey guys! Did you know that not only did we domesticate cats over 10,000 years ago — we did it twice? How did we convince these finicky felines to move in? Okay, we didn’t. It was probably their idea. Even though cats are domesticated animals, it’s more accurate to say that cats domesticated themselves. But cats weren’t the first animals to do so. That honor goes to the dogs. Dogs fell in love with us the moment we started the whole hunting and cooking over fire thing. Cats, of all kinds, were lurking around those same campfires, but they had no interest in helping us hunt or herd, and our attempts to train them failed. Other videos you might like:
26 Facts About Cats That'll Make You Love Them https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=wO_EunoUSWg
Why Cats Lie on Their Backs When They See You https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=gkaZSwCpDVE
Why Cats Are Sooo Scared of Cucumbers? https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=jQdBsRWy2WQ TIMESTAMPS:
How we domesticated rats and mice 1:59
The best mousetrap 2:41
You aren't your cat's master 3:22
A type of marking you won’t see in your house cat 5:03
Quanhucun cats 6:54
What happened to them? 7:41 #cats #pets #brightside SUMMARY:
– We started planting edible food, like grain. At which point, you could say, we domesticated rats and mice. – They ate all our grain, left a mess, and brought disease. – And that’s when cats found their niche in the human world. Cats love mice! – Wherever people stored grain, rats and mice moved in, and then cats showed up to catch them. – It wasn’t long before people started encouraging the kitties to stay. Maybe not offering them the best spot in front of the fire, but…. letting them take it. – Compare a tabby cat, or Felis Catus, to her ancestor, Felis Sylvestris, also called the African Wild Cat or “Middle Eastern Wildcat.” – Today’s housecats share an almost identical genetic make-up with their wild ancestor—and one of the few ways to tell them apart is by the markings on their coats, which generally don’t last long enough to be dug up in an archeological site. – One type of marking you won’t see in your house cat—except two occasions I’ll tell you about later—is leopard spots. – Dot hungry breeders have crossed Felis Catus with other species to get spotted offspring… with varying degrees of success. The Savannah Ocicat and Bengal are two examples. – Recent excavations in the early farming village Quanhucun, in central China, show that 5,000 years ago, Chinese farmers enjoyed the company of Quanhucun cats. – Archeologists even found one Quanhucun Cat so carefully buried that its skeleton remained intact for thousands of years, proving that someone thought it was pretty special. – Today, cats are the most popular pets in the world. People in the U.S. alone love nearly 75 million of them! Music by Epidemic Sound https://www.epidemicsound.com/ Subscribe to Bright Side : https://goo.gl/rQTJZz
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What If There Was 1 Woman for 7 Billion Men



๐Ÿ™‚ Based on an Untrue Story ๐Ÿ™ƒ It all started about a century and a half ago. Girls just stopped being born — every child in every family was a boy. At first, people didn’t pay much attention to it, and in some more traditional cultures, it was even considered good luck! Families got hale and hearty heirs, and all was well. But then, after a while, they started feeling that something was off. This was especially evident in smaller communities, where children weren’t born as often as in big cities and everyone knew each other. A boy here, a boy there. No girls in sight. Ten years passed, and there were hundreds and thousands of boys approaching their teenage years — but still no girls… Other videos you might like:
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10 Amazing Things You Did Before You Were Born https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=vVOFzbemGmk
Here's What Your Baby Will Look Like https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=KELSthXPoSs& TIMESTAMPS:
Strange generation 1:15
Why the world would be unstable 3:48
Demographic collapse 4:20
When a miracle happened 5:36
The first girl in over a hundred years! 6:50
Hope springs eternal 8:40 #whatif #demography #brightside SUMMARY:
– There were, of course, girls in schools, those aged from 11 upwards, so there wasn’t much concern about demographics even then.
– Kindergartens had more troubles, though. There were simply no girls at all — they looked like boarding schools for boys more than anything else.
– TV, radio, and the Internet started issuing news about the problem, and soon it became obvious that it was the same all over the world: nobody had given birth to a girl for many years. – Boys are highly inflammable by nature, and conflicts arose daily. If the smallest of the kids could still be reined in, teenagers were becoming downright unruly. – Years flew by, and the world was growing less and less stable. Everyone under the age of 40 was male, no exceptions. – After a hundred years came recession. No women were left in the world, and even the word became somewhat archaic.
– No kids at all. Kindergartens were all closed and abandoned; schools were growing sparse, with fewer and fewer students attending, until there were none left there either. – But then… a miracle happened. One scientific laboratory specializing in gene modifications suddenly informed the world that its researchers managed to create an embryo with two similar types of chromosomes, XX.
– In less than a year, it became obvious that the genetic experiment was a success. The embryo was alive and well, growing inside a special vial with everything it could need.
– The news made headlines across the planet. The first girl in over a hundred years! And her name was Aurora…
– She met with people, talked to them, and they wondered at her, having never seen anyone like her. – Thanks to Aurora’s genetic material, scientists have been able to create several more embryos. They were all alive and well. And 5 of them… were female. Music by Epidemic Sound https://www.epidemicsound.com/ Subscribe to Bright Side : https://goo.gl/rQTJZz
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They Found Rare Diamonds on the Bottom of the Ocean



When it comes to finding diamonds in the ocean, you probably think about sunken treasures that went down with pirate ships and Spanish galleons. Maybe you’d like to find the Flor de la Mar, which sank in 1511 and took with it 200 chests of treasure, including diamonds the size of your fist! But there are lots of diamonds at the bottom of the sea that didn’t go down with a ship. How did they get there? Well, natural diamonds come from the Earth’s mantle, 100 miles or more beneath our planet’s surface. If you could hop in your car and drive that distance, it’d take you 2 hours at highway speeds! So, if they form so deep, how do any end up here with us on the surface? Other videos you might like:
The Story of the Hope Diamond Which Ruined Its Owners' Lives https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=uo4RzWdBerY&
The Bermuda Triangle Mystery Has Been Solved https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=q_5n7URd2Gk&
What Would a Trip to the Mariana Trench Be Like? https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=eeW1DU05j7U& TIMESTAMPS:
How did they get there? 1:05
Are there volcanos underwater?! ๐ŸŒ‹ 1:44
How to make a diamond ๐Ÿ’Ž 3:45
Is it possible to get diamonds from the seafloor? 5:51
The most efficient method 7:56 #diamond #treasure #brightside Preview photo credit: The Hope Diamond in the National Museum of Natural History, Washington D.C., 2014: By Mbalotia – Own work, CC BY-SA 3.0 https://creativecommons.org/licenses/by-sa/3.0, https://commons.wikimedia.org/w/index.php?curid=32204195
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– If the lava spews up from a deep enough layer (like 100 miles down), then diamonds shoot out! – Volcanos erupt when the tectonic plates beneath them move around. This releases all kinds of hot stuff underneath.
– A subduction zone is a place where huge tectonic plates shift around underwater. – But how do diamond-hunters find subduction zones all the way at the bottom of the ocean? Good question because it’s not easy, even for scientists!
– You can make a diamond from anything with carbon in it. Just gotta add heat and pressure. – While nowhere near as pretty as natural diamonds, these human-made, or “industrial” diamonds have plenty of uses.
– From the drills that your dentist uses on your teeth to the saws that cut through trees and metal, all sorts of blades are made with industrial diamonds.
– Diamonds are also great conductors of heat, and they can withstand high temperatures.
– Some facial exfoliators even have ground-up diamonds in them! – The river’s current carries sediment downstream. And if the river washes through a diamond mine? The sediment will have diamonds! – People kept finding more, and they still do today!
– But companies like De Beers, a big shot in the diamond industry, have found a more efficient method. – Vessels have giant vacuums that reach through the water and suck up those sparklers! Music by Epidemic Sound https://www.epidemicsound.com/ Subscribe to Bright Side : https://goo.gl/rQTJZz
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There Are Rare Diamonds on the Bottom of the Ocean



When it comes to finding diamonds in the ocean, you probably think about sunken treasures that went down with pirate ships and Spanish galleons. Maybe you’d like to find the Flor de la Mar, which sank in 1511 and took with it 200 chests of treasure, including diamonds the size of your fist! But there are lots of diamonds at the bottom of the sea that didn’t go down with a ship. How did they get there? Well, natural diamonds come from the Earth’s mantle, 100 miles or more beneath our planet’s surface. If you could hop in your car and drive that distance, it’d take you 2 hours at highway speeds! So, if they form so deep, how do any end up here with us on the surface? Other videos you might like:
The Story of the Hope Diamond Which Ruined Its Owners' Lives https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=uo4RzWdBerY&
The Bermuda Triangle Mystery Has Been Solved https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=q_5n7URd2Gk&
What Would a Trip to the Mariana Trench Be Like? https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=eeW1DU05j7U& TIMESTAMPS:
How did they get there? 1:05
Are there volcanos underwater?! ๐ŸŒ‹ 1:44
How to make a diamond ๐Ÿ’Ž 3:45
Is it possible to get diamonds from the seafloor? 5:51
The most efficient method 7:56 #diamond #treasure #brightside Preview photo credit: The Hope Diamond in the National Museum of Natural History, Washington D.C., 2014: By Mbalotia – Own work, CC BY-SA 3.0 https://creativecommons.org/licenses/by-sa/3.0, https://commons.wikimedia.org/w/index.php?curid=32204195
Animation is created by Bright Side. SUMMARY:
– If the lava spews up from a deep enough layer (like 100 miles down), then diamonds shoot out! – Volcanos erupt when the tectonic plates beneath them move around. This releases all kinds of hot stuff underneath.
– A subduction zone is a place where huge tectonic plates shift around underwater. – But how do diamond-hunters find subduction zones all the way at the bottom of the ocean? Good question because it’s not easy, even for scientists!
– You can make a diamond from anything with carbon in it. Just gotta add heat and pressure. – While nowhere near as pretty as natural diamonds, these human-made, or “industrial” diamonds have plenty of uses.
– From the drills that your dentist uses on your teeth to the saws that cut through trees and metal, all sorts of blades are made with industrial diamonds.
– Diamonds are also great conductors of heat, and they can withstand high temperatures.
– Some facial exfoliators even have ground-up diamonds in them! – The river’s current carries sediment downstream. And if the river washes through a diamond mine? The sediment will have diamonds! – People kept finding more, and they still do today!
– But companies like De Beers, a big shot in the diamond industry, have found a more efficient method. – Vessels have giant vacuums that reach through the water and suck up those sparklers! Music by Epidemic Sound https://www.epidemicsound.com/ Subscribe to Bright Side : https://goo.gl/rQTJZz
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What If You Ate 100,000 Calories in One Day



We’re all familiar with that certain sting of guilt that comes after a good meal that was way too much. Most of us are trying to maintain our health and level of fitness, while the media is teeming with warnings about extra calories. Calories are generally a unit of measurement used to determine the amount of energy contained inside of something. Just like rocket fuel provides the rocket with energy – people use food for fuel. An average human burns 2,500 calories throughout the day. So you need to consume relatively the same 2,500 calories in a day to maintain yourself in the same shape you currently are. But what would happen if you ate 100,000 calories in a single day? Is that even possible? Other videos you might like:
15 FOODS THAT'LL NEVER MAKE YOU FAT https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=fPxDjkqAE2I
Why Japanese Are So Thin According to Science https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=jxsnYsA549Y&
What Will Happen If You Start Eating Oats Every Day https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=7uJLXIdvs40& TIMESTAMPS:
What 10,000 calories look like 2:36
Competitive eaters. Who are they? 3:00
You can eat more food than usual if… 5:33
The eater of Olympic scale 6:03
What will happen if you eat more than 2,500 calories per day 7:30 #calories #healthydiet #brightside SUMMARY:
– An average human burns 2,500 calories throughout the day, depending on their size and metabolism. That’s more than enough energy to boil a little under 2 gallons of water.
– 100,000 calories is an energy value of 42 gallons of whole milk – that’s a bathtub filled to the brim with milk we’re talking about.
– That would be a pepperoni pizza roughly 100 ft in diameter. Or, if you prefer burgers, it would about 300 reasonably sized cheeseburgers. – If yes, then you need to consider your future as an absolute champion in competitive eating. There are a lot of them around the globe.
– The champions among them claim to have eaten up to 200,000 calories during one such tour from one contest to another.
– One competitive eater stated that he once chewed his way through as much as 20,000 calories in one meal. – But these people are surprisingly fit, spending most of their days eating pretty humble meals and doing a ton of hardcore workouts in a gym.
– Remember, anything even remotely close to the competitive eating standards of over 10,000 calories is extremely dangerous, and can be approached only by trained people.
– Men can naturally eat more than women, and a growing and maturing teenager can eat much more than just about anyone.
– The sensation of the Olympic Games, American swimmer Michael Phelps, is also an eater of Olympic scale.
– Three fried eggs, toast with a lot of vegetables, a five-egg omelet, three French toasts, a bowl of grits and two cups of coffee – that’s just breakfast! – For an ordinary person, anything beyond 2,500 calories per day would lead to gaining excess weight. – 100,000 calories worth of food would be equal to 29 pounds of pure fat. – But having body fat is only half of the problem, the real problems begin when around 10% of this fat turns into so-called visceral fat. – An overweight person is also more likely to have problems with internal balance, sweating, and most of all – with the heart pumping like it’s going to blow up. Music by Epidemic Sound https://www.epidemicsound.com/ Subscribe to Bright Side : https://goo.gl/rQTJZz
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What If Earth’s Age Was Just 1 Day



Hey guys! How about a quick 24-hour trip through the history of our planet? That’s right – 4.5 billion years in just 1 day! In real time, the magnetic poles switch places every 250,000 years. Yep, North becomes South, and South is the new North – magnetically, at least! But on this 1-day-old planet, they’re changing 12 times a second! Also, the continents move about 1 inch per year to form a supercontinent. That happens every 400 million years. But today, they’re merging and breaking up every 2 hours! And you know what? Out of an entire 24-hour day, our species only showed up right at the last minute! Other videos you might like:
10 Wonderful Facts About Earth You've Never Heard Before https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Yh_2y4olKvM&
Stephen Hawking’s 7 Predictions of Earth’s Demise in the Next 200 Years https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Lq9wipOftXw&
12 Facts That'll Change Your Perception of Time Forever https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=CDso1ph6004& TIMESTAMPS:
The first single-celled organisms 1:01
When it starts to get chilly โ„๏ธ 1:51
We FINALLY have something familiar! 2:33
Earth freezes over again โ„๏ธ 2:54
Mammals are taking over the land 4:44
A mass extinction ๐Ÿ˜ณ 5:27
Dinosaurs! 5:43
The second mass extinction in an hour 6:04
By 11:00 pm, we have the first birds ๐Ÿฆ
The largest animal that ever existed 6:26
It’s 11:58 pm, still no signs of people ๐Ÿ˜• 8:48
What happens 2 seconds before the day ends 9:03 #Earth #funhistory #brightside SUMMARY:
– At around 12:00am, the young Earth collides with another planet called Theia. Will you look at that – the moon is born! – At 5:30am, we see the first single-celled organisms starting their life in the ocean. – By 11am, photosynthesizing bacteria have managed to take in enough sun for the past 6 “hours” (aka, a billion years) to fill the atmosphere with the byproduct they let out: oxygen!
– At 11:35, it starts to get chilly. A mere second later, it’s freezing cold, and we have the first snowball on Earth.
– At 7:20pm, we FINALLY have something familiar: sponges!
– It’s 7:55, and the Earth freezes over again. Time for a 2-minute ski sesh before everything melts.
– At around 8:30, we can remove our sun-protecting gear because now the Ozone layer appears. – By 8:45, life is flourishing in the sea. We now have jellyfish swimming around corals. – It’s 9:10pm, the moon is up, the sea creatures are getting a little stir-crazy, so they decide to explore the land. – By 9:45, we have the first 4-legged animals appearing in shallow waters. – By 10:30, everything vanishes, we can hardly see any animals. A mass extinction takes place. Only 5% of the species survive. I’m not sure what caused it. – 10:34, and the moment is here. The dinosaurs are finally making an appearance. The first one was the Nyasasaurus.
– 10:45 marks another mass extinction. Boy, it’s the second one in an hour. But thankfully, our dinosaur friends make it. – It’s 11:03, and we have the first kangaroo ancestors. These are the first animals that carry their babies in a pouch. – By 11:17, dinosaurs are reaching their full size. It’s like Jurassic Park around here! Look at the Argentinosaurus. This guy was the largest animal that ever existed.
– It’s 11:26. A giant asteroid coming right our way! It smashes into the Earth, and dust flies everywhere. A few seconds later, everything clears up, but the dinosaurs have disappeared.
– It’s 11:58pm, and still no signs of people. But the chimpanzees and bonobos appear suddenly!
– It’s 11:59 and 23 seconds, and we FINALLY have full-blown humans over in Africa! A second later, they start migrating all over the world. Music by Epidemic Sound https://www.epidemicsound.com/ Subscribe to Bright Side : https://goo.gl/rQTJZz
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What If We Move the Earth to a New Orbit



Did you know that the Earth's orbit isn’t a circle, but an oval-shaped ellipse? And the length of the day is actually not 24 but 23.93 hours. We, humans, take these facts for granted. But what if one day, we had to move the entire planet to a completely new orbit and change the existing order? Before we figure out if there’s any way to push our planet out of its orbit, let's find out why we might need to do so! The thing is that our doomsday is approaching. Even if the planet doesn't get overheated due to global warming, the sun will finish it off… But don't be scared, it’s not happening tomorrow. Other videos you might like:
The Solar System Is Not Like You Think It Is https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=-FvpAe3MacM&
A Potentially Habitable Super Earth Has Been Discovered https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=6dUYK41ElO0&
A Journey to the End of the Universe https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=4qndOMjlThc& TIMESTAMPS:
Why the sun is our planet's biggest enemy โ˜€๏ธ 0:46
Can we migrate to another planet? 2:29
Is moving the Earth to a new orbit possibleโ“ 3:33
Possible solutions:
– A mega-strong and long lasso 4:20
– A gigantic light sail 5:22
– Electric thrusters 5:58
What would happen if we could do that 7:49 #future #Earth #brightside SUMMARY:
– The star is getting hotter and hotter as the centuries pass. And one day, about 5 billion years from now, the sun will inevitably turn into a swollen red giant. About 2 billion years later, the sun will swallow the Earth.
– Long before that, in about 1 billion years, the sun will have already grown more than 11% brighter. It’ll make the average temperature on Earth rise to at least 120 degrees F. – Even this increase in temperature will lead to the World Ocean getting dramatically warmer. The water will start to evaporate like it does when you leave a pot of water in the sun. – The hydrogen, which is a crucial building material for all kinds of living cells, will slowly but surely leak into space. – If our descendants want to stay alive, they’ll have to migrate to another planet or maybe even galaxy!
– It’d still take thousands of years to deliver all the Earth's inhabitants to their new home. Also, it’d take unimaginable amounts of fuel – even if people flew no further than to another planet in the Solar System.
– That's why another option will likely come into play: people will have to change the orbit of the planet before the disaster strikes to avoid the tragic outcome! – Scientists have even calculated that to keep leading a comfortable life (or at least survive), people would have to change the orbit of the planet so that it's 9.5% further from the sun than it is now.
– At first, a mega-strong and long lasso may seem to be the simplest solution. – But where can you find a material strong enough to carry the weight of the whole planet? Besides, how can you be sure that this asteroid will take you exactly where you need to get?
– Maybe an effective way out would be moving the planet out of its orbit with the help of a gigantic light sail?
– But once people calculate all the details, they'll find out that the reflective disk of the light sail would have to be more than 19 times bigger than the diameter of the planet! – An electric thruster could become a cool alternative, especially if we talk about ion drives! Come to think of it, this method could work out! And if people managed this unprecedented feat and DID change the orbit of the planet as planned, there’d be some noticeable changes.
– Our planet's orbital speed would drop down from 18.6 to 17.7 miles per second. Music by Epidemic Sound https://www.epidemicsound.com/ Subscribe to Bright Side : https://goo.gl/rQTJZz
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Why No One Should Swap Seats on a Plane



You probably aren’t the only one looking to pull the ol’ switcharoo. Even if just a few passengers do it, they could throw the plane off balance! And since most aircraft are incredibly sensitive to changes in their center of gravity, it can lead to dramatic consequences. During takeoff, pilots must know the distribution of weight on the plane to make exact calculations. If these calculations are off even the slightest, there are chances that the aircraft can crash while leaving the ground. So before nestling in a more comfortable or spacious spot, ask a cabin crew member if you're allowed to do so. Other videos you might like:
What Will Happen If Planes Fly Almost to Space https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=dXtNco_oA_Y&
Pilots Reveal 16 Nuances That Make Your Flight Safe https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=XVYXErxau-U&
What Happens When a Bird Flies Into a Plane Engine https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=CozYL-_ttEc& TIMESTAMPS:
You can cause problems controlling the plane! 0:24
Other things to know for a safe flight:
– Your tray table 2:16
– Your seat 2:32
– Size matters 2:54
– Sitting near an emergency exit 3:07
– Window shades 3:29
– Fly non-stop 3:54
– Wear proper clothing 4:39
– Prepare a "run kit" 6:26
– Strange-looking packages 7:40
– What about the safest sea? 7:58 #planes #safety #brightside SUMMARY:
– If the calculations are off even the slightest, there are chances that the aircraft can crash while leaving the ground. – By the way, if the airport staff load baggage incorrectly, for example, in the rear compartment instead of the front one, it can also mess with the plane's balance. – Always secure your tray table as soon as the plane starts moving on the tarmac, and never lower it during takeoff and landing.
– Like a lowered tray table, a reclined seat can seriously slow down an evacuation since it’ll block the person sitting behind you.
– If you’re on a larger aircraft, you have higher chances of surviving a possible accident. – Remember that sitting near an emergency exit means not only more leg room but also more responsibility. That's why only able-bodied adults can occupy such seats.
– Follow cabin crew instructions to open window shades during takeoff and landing. This way, flight attendants can see what's happening outside.
– Fly non-stop without connections if you can. An overwhelming majority of plane crashes happen during the first 3 and last 8 minutes of the flight. – Wearing proper clothing will reduce your risks during air travel. Try to wear clothes made of natural fibers such as wool, cotton, leather, and denim.
– Prepare a "run kit" and make sure it's with you at all times. Such a kit should contain your passport, wallet, cell phone, credit cards and cash, any necessary medications, and a list of emergency contacts. – Don't stuff heavy objects into overhead lockers. They can fall out during severe turbulence and injure you or other passengers.
– If you see some suspicious activity or strange-looking packages, immediately inform the cabin crew.
– It might be a waste of time to look for the safest seat on the plane because it probably doesn’t exist. Music by Epidemic Sound https://www.epidemicsound.com/ Subscribe to Bright Side : https://goo.gl/rQTJZz
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How a Wireless Charger Works, and How Cool It Can Become



When the battery runs out, it’s nerve-racking, but unfortunately, it happens. The more functions our devices provide, the more power they need, and they’re hungrier than hungry hippos at this point! That’s why charging technology is all the rage now, and the new big thing is wireless charging. Even though we’re just now seeing this technology take off, the basics of how it works were discovered not long after we started to understand what electricity is. Near the end of the 19th century, engineering mastermind Nikola Tesla showed that two powerful magnetic fields can slightly transfer energy between their sources when they interfere with each other. This trick found its use more than a hundred years later! Other videos you might like:
12 Mistakes You Make When Charging Your Phone https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=prZR1PkVjng&
Why No One Should Use Airport USB Charging Stations https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=4gJlkS_WxZA&
Apple Staff Reveal 11 Mistakes iPhone Users Make https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=tEdLcagF8YU& TIMESTAMPS:
It's all about the magnetic field! 1:17
What wireless chargers look like 3:46
What's faster, wires or an electromagnetic field? 4:14
Is wireless charging safe? 4:45
Resonance charging 6:35
Laser charging 7:30
Will it be possible to charge a phone with sounds? ๐Ÿ˜ฆ 7:58 #smartphone #gadgets #brightside Nikola Tesla, with his equipment for producing high-frequency alternating currents: By Wellcome Collection https://wellcomecollection.org/works/sq2828s9, CC BY 4.0 https://creativecommons.org/licenses/by/4.0, https://commons.wikimedia.org/w/index.php?curid=36367226
Animation is created by Bright Side. SUMMARY:
– Every object with enough power is a potential source of an electromagnetic field.
– Magnetism and electricity are two sides of one coin. When electricity flows, it creates an electromagnetic field.
– To make a strong electromagnetic field with copper wire, you need a lot of it. Still, it’s one of the most fitting materials. – The biggest surprise here is that the technology behind wireless charging hasn’t drastically changed since Tesla. – The main problem engineers struggled with for a long time is that coils weren’t effective. The power of the field depends on the number of coils you can fit in the device.
– Another problem is that electromagnetic fields need to be close to each other to keep a strong connection. – That’s why wireless chargers today come in the form of mats – you need to put your phone right on it to get any juice at all. – This new tech isn't huge yet because let’s face it – wires are still faster than an electromagnetic field. – Wireless charging takes around double the time to charge a smartphone from 0% to 100%. – There’s no way a short-range electromagnetic field can cause any harm to you. – As you can imagine, the whole method of electromagnetic charging won’t stay the same. As with anything, it’ll only get better in the upcoming years. – Resonance charging will be good for devices with a high level of power usage, like cars, laptops, or even some robots.
– Another idea researchers are considering is laser charging. It may be extremely powerful and focused, but it has big bugs to work out first. – A laser will work on any distance but needs a clear line of sight to the device. If interrupted, it won't work at all. – Some other fresh research is aimed at the use of infrared light-waves, radio signals, or even ultrasound waves to charge phones and other devices. Music by Epidemic Sound https://www.epidemicsound.com/ Subscribe to Bright Side : https://goo.gl/rQTJZz
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Why Hotels Never Provide Toothpaste and 16 Other Insights



Staying at a hotel, you expect a certain level of service. But what you probably don’t realize is that hotels have lots of secrets and rules you’re not supposed to know. For example, why hotels don’t provide guests with toothpaste? Or have you ever wondered why they never use fitted sheets in hotels? Speaking of sheets, you must have noticed that bed linen and towels in hotels are almost always white. Why is that? And you may have seen a rather weird thing in many hotels: a phone in the bathroom, especially just next to the toilet. If you wonder who would need such an amenity, you’d probably be surprised to know why it’s an actual requirement for some hotels. So, how about looking under the hotel bed and finding out what they hide from you? Other videos you might like:
If You Notice This In Your Hotel Room, Run Fast! https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ag1Fk5erUsc
Put a Glass on Your Door Handle, It Will Save Your Life! https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=W6k4jpl4UUs&
How All-You-Can-Eat Buffets Make Their Money https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Fus6O-Zz0w0& TIMESTAMPS:
So what about toothpaste? 0:21
Why they never use fitted sheets 0:51
Why towels are always white 1:19
Why they overbook their rooms 1:51
A mandatory “resort fee” 2:16
A phone next to the toilet 3:14
Don't use hotel safes 3:44
Why they don't provide plungers in rooms 4:21
A 5-star hotel can be dirty! 5:28
What a continental breakfast is 6:32
Why some hotels only accept credit cards 6:52
Cheaper hotel VS more expensive hotel 8:07
No sockets near the bed 8:45 #hotel #traveling #brightside SUMMARY:
– Hotels don’t provide guests with toothpaste for two main reasons: it’s either too expensive or, surprisingly, not expensive enough. – The sheets are changed much more often than you do it at home, and the elastic becomes worn out all too soon. – According to public polls, people perceive white color as luxurious and fresh, which makes their stay more pleasant.
– You’ll be safe if you’ve paid for a room in advance, not just booked it.
– If you see an unusually attractive price for a room on a website, be careful: it might not include a mandatory “resort fee.” I
– The time of check-in and check-out is fixed not to annoy you.
– Hotel safes use pass codes instead of regular locks, so chances are that someone in the hotel might know the master code.
– A plunger in the bathroom, according to anonymous polls, makes people think that the toilet may malfunction at some point, which doesn’t help the image.
– Carpets add to the sound-proofing, which you’ll be thankful for if you have overly active neighbors.
– A hotel might have 5 stars but still be dirty and unfriendly, while a 2-star one could provide fewer amenities but be a much more inviting place. – Many people think that hotels usually don’t have ceiling light fixtures to create an intimate and at-home atmosphere, but that’s only partly true. – Wall fixtures and lamp stands are much easier and cheaper to maintain and service, while ceiling lights take a lot more money to install and replace. – Budget hotels often provide lots of free services to their guests, while posh ones will likely charge extra for everything they can. – Lots of hotels around the world were built before mobile phones and other portable devices became so popular and widespread. Music by Epidemic Sound https://www.epidemicsound.com/ Subscribe to Bright Side : https://goo.gl/rQTJZz
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Is It Allowed to Use AirPods on a Plane?



The FAA (which stands for the Federal Aviation Administration) won't mind if you switch on your wireless earbuds onboard the airliner. But when a plane takes off, all passengers are asked to put their phones into Airplane Mode. Then, how are your AirPods going to work? Well, it turns out that during the flight, it's Ok if passengers use short-range Bluetooth accessories, for example, wireless keyboards AND AirPods! However, it doesn't mean that you can (or should, for that matter) switch off the Airplane Mode after the plane has climbed to cruising altitude. Other videos you might like:
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Why No One Can Bring Liquids on a Plane https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=OYWYaN5YlqI& TIMESTAMPS:
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What you can do if your AirPods are running low on battery 2:02
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Can you shower with them? ๐Ÿ›€ 3:33
Why your AirPods disconnect from your phone 4:00
How you can find your AirPods 4:55
What if your phone wasn't produced by Apple? 5:40
You can change the name of your AirPodsโ—๏ธ 7:10 #airpods #gadgets #brightside SUMMARY:
– Right before take-off, you should go to "Settings" on your smartphone and choose the Airplane Mode. Then, you re-enable Bluetooth by choosing "On" in your Bluetooth settings.
– If your AirPods are running low on battery, you can use just one earbud at a time! Keep one of them in the charging case, and listen to music or whatnot through the other.
– You can find out who's calling you without having to look at the screen of your phone! Choose "Phone" in your Settings, and tap "Announce Calls." – Unfortunately, AirPods aren't water-resistant. So don’t shower with them.
– The "disconnection problem" may occur because of the dust and dirt stuck inside.
– You can set up "Find My AirPods" in the "Find My iPhone" application so that you never have to rummage around your place trying to locate them. – You can still use your AirPods even if your phone wasn't produced by Apple! Examine the back of the charging case – see that small, flush button? You can use it to pair your earbuds to an Android device without any problems! – If you have second-generation AirPods, you can chat with them. Well, not with them, obviously, but with Siri. – You can change the name of your AirPods! Just choose "Bluetooth" in your phone's Settings, find the blue letter "i" with a circle around it near "AirPods," and tap it. You'll see the box saying "name" – that's where you can type any name that fits your earbuds the best. – If your AirPods are inside the case, and the lid is open, the green light means that your AirPods are fully charged, and amber indicates that less than one full charge remains. Music by Epidemic Sound https://www.epidemicsound.com/ Subscribe to Bright Side : https://goo.gl/rQTJZz
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What If You Had to Live a Day in the Stone Age



Imagine you just wake up one day and there's no electricity, no internet, no money, and no work or school. Nothing you're used to! You're not even in your own home, because you’ve magically transported to the Stone Age. What could possibly happen next? Of course, your first reaction would be shock, but we'll move past that. First, let's look around. This is your cave where you live with your family. You have your own sleeping area that’s covered with animal skin. However, you might also live in a primitive hut supported by mammoth tusks and ribs, with an animal skin over it as protection from the rain. And if you're wondering where the Stone Age people did their business, don't be surprised to find out it was basically anywhere outdoors. Other videos you might like:
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What you’d look like in the Stone Age 2:22
It’s time for breakfast! 2:48
The Stone Age tools 3:59
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Fishing in the Stone Age 8:01 #stoneage #cavepeople #brightside SUMMARY:
– Back in the day, humans used the skins of the animals they hunted to create simple, rough loincloths. To make the skin more flexible, they had to chew it.
– What about footwear? Scientists believe it appeared about 40,000 years ago.
– Ancient humans chose caves or built huts in the safest places they could find. – See, you’re not that much different from the modern you. Just your hair is a mess and you might be a few inches smaller with a more developed jaw because of the harsh diet.
– Now it’s time for breakfast! Luckily, you have some leftovers from dinner – eggs, wild fruits, and berries. -Thankfully, the Ice Age is long gone, so the weather is warm, and lush greenery is in abundance. That’s good for you since you have to pick different edible plants, nuts, fruits, and wild grains.
– The Stone Age folks usually united in groups of 20-50 and helped each other survive. – To separate the grains from the husks, take a stone bowl and a small grinding stone and grind the grains. Now, if you mix smashed grains with water, you’ll get gruel.
– The Stone Age people survived because they did almost everything together, so call up your camp neighbors and get ready. – How did humans communicate back then? At the very beginning of the Stone Age, they only used different cries and gestures to express their fear, joy, pain or to alert the others about some danger.
– The first and most primitive things used for taking animals down were long sharpened wooden sticks, and just a big rock. – There were two main hunting techniques back then. The first was rather time-consuming, but safer. It included digging a huge hole around the place where animals went to drink water.
– Another technique was all about group chasing the animal and forcing it into the mud and water channels where they had no way to get out. – Fishing nets were made of tree bark and grass. The oldest one found by archeologists dates back to 8300 BCE. – The Stone Age life was anything but easy. But still, humans had some kind of entertainment. No, you’re not going to an amusement park or a cinema. But you can pass the time playing music on the flutes made from bird bones and mammoth ivory. Music by Epidemic Sound https://www.epidemicsound.com/ Subscribe to Bright Side : https://goo.gl/rQTJZz
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Why Asians Make V-Signs in Photos



There are many pictures of Winston Churchill throwing the peace sign. John Lennon and Yoko Ono also did it for world peace. But did they really start the V-craziness in Asia? Well, there are a few theories, and none of them involves Churchill or Lennon. Of course, all that these days when they put up their index and middle fingers. It’s almost an instinct all around Asia. And it’s not just an easy solution for your hands, but also a way to make yourself look more kawaii, or cute. When you do it the right way, your face looks smaller and sweeter in pictures. Other videos you might like:
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They do smileys their own way 0:53
A sure way to get many likes on a picture 1:27
Theories of the V-craziness in Asia 2:47
Purikura 5:43
Some other tips for pictures 6:16 #asians #Korea #BrightSide Preview photo credit: Teenage girl making peace sign: By James Hardy/Altopress/East News, https://www.eastnews.ru/pictures/picture/id/14754171/i/0/t/0
Portrait of a businessman making the peace sign: By Glowimages/Glow Images RM/EAST NEWS, https://www.eastnews.ru/pictures/picture/id/11360443/i/73/t/73
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– When you're trying to read the emoticons the way they are in Europe or the US, you have to turn them to the side 90 degrees. In Asia – you have to look at a smiley the way it is. – K-pop helped finger heart take over the world. They say it started with an actress Kim Hye-soo in 2010, and has been a hit ever since. – The more recent finger heart variation is the 'Chuu heart'. Chuu from Korean girl group Loona started it, and everyone loved it! – The first theory says the V-craziness started in the 1960s with baseball comic Kyojin no Hoshi (Star of the Giants), and manga Sain wa V! (V Is the Sign). They made a TV series out of the manga, and everyone started doing the “V-I-C-T-O-R-Y!” chant.
– Another theory says a super popular singer in Japan from The Spiders band, Jun Inoue, started it all. He was in a Konica camera commercial in 1972 and threw the V in there. – The magazine girls made V-signs, real life girls copied them. It has to do with how it changes your face.
– Theory number three is that it began with American figure skater Janet Lynn. – Everyone was positive she’d win, but oh the fates, she fell doing a spin two minutes into her performance. It was obvious she wouldn’t win the gold. – As she toured the country and signed magazines for her fans with “Peace and love”, she showed the V-sign quite a lot. – Anyway, it’s not just an easy solution for your hands, but also a way to make yourself look more kawaii, or cute. – Purikura are photo machines that are crazy popular in Japan. You can find them anywhere from shopping malls to landmarks and aquariums.
– You can experiment with effects, colors, and textures. At game centers, you can rent real costumes, wigs, bunny or cat ears. Music by Epidemic Sound https://www.epidemicsound.com/ Subscribe to Bright Side : https://goo.gl/rQTJZz
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The Only Proven Way to Survive a Tornado



The first and most important thing any experienced weatherman, survivalist or tornado chaser will tell you is you need to know what you’re dealing with. Without a clear understanding of what exactly a tornado is, every other tip or piece of advice has a good chance to fall flat and do no good after all. A tornado can emerge even when there’s no storm or rain. It comes without knocking, and its formation is sudden and quick. It might take only a few minutes before a tornado starts to wreak havoc upon everything in its path. So let’s find out how to survive a tornado! Other videos you might like:
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An F-1 tornado 5:25
An F-2 tornado 5:40
An F-3 tornado 5:55
F-4 and F-5 tornadoes 6:13
The best way to avoid a tornado in a car 7:11
Myths about tornadoes 8:06 #survivaltips #tornado #brightside SUMMARY:
– Most of the time they appear in the summer when the ground is heated and the upper parts of the atmosphere are influenced by cold winds brought on by thunderstorm supercells.
– The force of their collision creates a spinning wall cloud right below the level of the parenting storm. – With time, both the updraft and the downdraft become stronger and stronger. It eventually produces a vertical column of spinning air that starts to suck debris from the ground like a giant drain. – A tornado can be up to 2 miles in diameter. The wind speed sometimes surpasses 300 mph, and the speed of the funnel itself traversing the land is somewhere between 25 to 40 mph.
– The main way to assure your safety is to be aware of your surroundings, and plan in case a tornado comes your way. – There’s a term: ‘Tornado Alley’, which includes most of the Southeastern and Midwestern parts of the USA.
– Specially trained people can detect the very first signs of a storm that can produce a tornado. There are more than 230,000 of these vigilant storm-watchers across the US.
– When observers confirm the first signs of upcoming tornadoes, the emergency warning will immediately go off.
– An F-0 tornado is more like a landspout – it won’t cause any significant damage.
– An F-1 tornado, with wind speeds up to 110 mph, is more of a concern.
– An F-2 tornado can tear small trees out from the ground. Any mobile home would be destroyed by it.
– An F-3 tornado is where the real trouble begins. The wind speed can get up to 205 mph.
– F-4 and F-5 tornadoes are the rarest, but also the most dangerous. If you ever hear that something like that is coming your way – it’s best to find a bunker, safe room, or an underground shelter nearby.
– The best way to avoid a tornado in a car is to figure out the direction it’s going and take a course about 90 degrees from this direction. – Shopping malls or cinemas could be extremely dangerous if you want to hide from tornadoes. The myth that larger structures are safer is just a myth. – One suggests that it’s better to open windows during a tornado, and that’s as false as it gets. – Another important misconception is that smaller tornados are weaker and less dangerous. That’s also not true. – No matter how small or slow-looking a twister is – try to not underestimate it, and always use every method of avoiding trouble. Music by Epidemic Sound https://www.epidemicsound.com/ Subscribe to Bright Side : https://goo.gl/rQTJZz
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11 Largest Creatures Ever Existed on Earth



The largest land animal of our time is the African elephant! It weighs more than the anchor of a cruise ship and is 5 times heavier than the tallest animal on the planet – a giraffe. But still, the elephant loses a lot to Argentinosaurus – the largest herbivorous dinosaur in the world. This giant will cover just over half of the baseball field and weighs like 3 subway cars. But no matter how dangerous and huge land animals are, in fact, they’re babies compared to those creatures that live in the seas and oceans. For example, the sperm whale weighs like a herd of 50 cows, and almost three times as much as Shastasaurus, while being of a similar length! Yup, today, we're talking about the largest creatures in the world! Other videos you might like:
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10 Extinct Creatures That Could Have Ruined The World https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=rNBTGhzKOo0 TIMESTAMPS:
African elephant 0:27
Argentinosaurus 0:45
Polar bear 1:12
Spinosaurus 1:29
Sea scorpion 2:02
Giant weta 2:39
Shastasaurus 2:58
Sperm whale 3:16
Albatross 3:42
Argentavis 3:50
Blue whale 4:17
Can land animals reach the same size as dinosaurs? 4:50
Release the Kraken! 5:44
Can a real Godzilla appear? 7:03
The tallest tree in the world 9:17 #giants #largestcreatures #brightside SUMMARY:
– The largest modern land predator is the polar bear. It is believed that on Earth, the polar bear has no enemies among animals.
– Spinosaurus is considered the largest land predator that ever existed on the planet. Its length reached 49 feet, approximately 2 London red buses.
– About 460 million years ago, sea scorpions resembling large space bugs inhabited shallow waters and terrified all small marine mammals.
– Of modern insects, no one will compete with this creature.
– The largest marine predator ever is considered Shastasaurus. It lived about 235 million years ago and reached a length of 65.5 feet.
– The largest flying bird to date is an albatross. Its wingspan is 11 feet – almost like the length of the Volkswagen Beetle.
– But the albatross easily loses to its distant ancestor – the bird Argentavis, who lived 5-8 million years ago. Its wingspan is almost 20 feet.
– A blue whale is the largest creature that ever existed on Earth appears on the ring. Its size is comparable to a 9-story building.
– Unlike land, the ocean has a much greater chance of a huge creature appearing.
– Almost all seafarers have been scaring each other with stories about Kraken since ancient times, but the worst thing in these tales is that they’re absolutely true. – Around the world, since the 17th century, many Kraken sightings have been recorded. Modern scientists have given them a more scientific name – architeuthis. – If the organism is given a safe area and environment with unlimited food, then in the process of evolution a real Godzilla may appear. – The bones inside animals can't withstand enormous weight, but the body structure of almost all insects is completely different. Outwardly, they are covered with a skeleton, while soft tissues are hidden inside. – The tallest tree in the world is Hyperion — a Sequoia sempervirens. Its height reaches 379 feet! It is 74 feet taller than the Statue of Liberty and about the same height as a 38-story building! Music by Epidemic Sound https://www.epidemicsound.com/ Subscribe to Bright Side : https://goo.gl/rQTJZz
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34 Things People Google the Most



With almost 5 billion people using the Internet these days, it may seem hard to find information that will make you go "Wow!" That's why it's so amazing that there are still some facts that can surprise even the most knowledgeable people on the planet! Do you know, for example, that Earth once had not one but two moons? Or that animals try to stay clear of power lines? Or that there are more than 24 time zones in the world? Many time zones have only a 30- or 45-minute difference from the neighboring ones. So, guys, remember to tell us in the comments below about the time zone you live in! Other videos you might like:
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Two moons 0:21
Three most sold products of all time 0:51
The world's largest stalagmite 1:27
Ants rule the world 1:59
The world's longest mountain range 2:42
Snake Island 3:26
The largest city in the world 3:44
Where do fat cells go? 4:30
Bubblegum-flavored broccoli 5:40
Green oranges 6:12
Every single panda in the world belongs to… 6:22
400 words to describe snow 6:52
The longest English word 7:40
What wet water is 8:32
Why turkeys blush 9:17
How many teeth cows have 9:57 #amazingfacts #strangefacts #brightside SUMMARY:
– The chances are that Earth once had not one but two moons! The second one was tiny – just 750 miles across. – If you want to burn some calories by clicking a computer mouse, you'll have to do it 10 million times.
– The Canary Islands weren't named after canary birds! This archipelago is a part of Spain, and in Spanish, it's called Islas Canarias, which is a variation of the Latin phrase Canariae Insulae — "island of dogs." – The world-famous "Mona Lisa" spent several years in Napoleon Bonaparte's bedroom. – Animals stay clear of power lines because those give off flashes of ultraviolet light.
– The largest city in the world is Tokyo — its population is more than 38 million people!
– The blue bird you can see on the Twitter logo has an official name! It's Larry the Bird, and the creator of the social network named it after the former NBA basketball player Larry Bird from Boston Celtics! – The Mimic Octopus has a perfect defense system: it can not only change its color but also take the shapes of other animals, for example, flounders, sea snakes, or lionfish. – If all those 7 and a half billion people living on Earth right now stood shoulder-to-shoulder, they would occupy just 500 square miles.
– The microbes living inside humans turn out to be way more diverse than researchers previously thought. And what's even worse, almost 99% of them are unknown to science.
– Every single panda in the world belongs to this country, even if it's a cub born in another part of the world! – Scotland has more than 400 words to describe snow!
– Sign language is recognized as an official language in 41 countries. By the way, there are more than 300 such languages, including International Sign Language. – Instead of using good old water, firefighters extinguish fires with "wet water." They add special wetting agents to it — chemicals that reduce the surface tension that regular water has.
– Those 7 and a half billion people who live today make up just 7 percent of the total number of people who have ever lived on Earth. – Blue whales eat almost half a million calories at a time — and that's 240 times the energy they need to gather krill into their mouths. Music by Epidemic Sound https://www.epidemicsound.com/ Subscribe to Bright Side : https://goo.gl/rQTJZz
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Why You Shouldn’t Throw Away a Boarding Pass



Hey, you know that piece of paper they give you at the airport? It gets scanned, and then you toss it in the trash. Yeah, boarding passes! There are plenty of reasons why you might wanna hang onto that thing for your next trip. Okay, you may not be a celebrity or a billionaire CEO jetting across the world. But what if someone is tracking your movements for some sinister reason? They might be planning to burglarize your home? Or, even worse, they may want to pry into your private life! Btw, all your payment information is in the boarding pass barcode! Other videos you might like:
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It’s more vulnerable than you think… 0:19
Full name 0:39
Passenger Name Record 1:08
Ticket number 1:34
Your flight carrier and number 1:32
An open door for scammers 2:04
Travel itinerary 2:29
Barcode 2:51
Your contact details 3:11
Financial details 3:35
Identity theft 3:55
The downside of the web 4:23
Claiming compensation 4:58
Tax records 5:27
Accessing the airline’s website 5:53
Your flight seat 6:24
In-flight meal preference 7:09
Your Frequent Flyer rewards 7:30
Forgot Password? 8:01
That Code Sharing practice 8:21
Boarding Pass Privileges 8:46
Privacy invasion 9:15
Hypothetical risks 9:49 #planes #traveltips #brightside SUMMARY:
– Your name can be tagged to carry out all kinds of deeds without you knowing it. Or they might just look you up on social media and find your pictures and details there.
– To do anything involving your confirmed flight booking, all it takes is to know your full name combined with the Passenger Name Record or your ticket number. – The boarding pass barcode is normally at the bottom right side. Posting it, along with all the other personal details there, on social media is all it takes for your private information to be exposed. – Your home address, email, contact phone number – it’s all in that barcode! Now your physical safety could be at risk! – All your payment information is in that barcode too! Whoever has your debit or credit card information can even make new purchases using these details.
– At this point, your identity is now at risk. That means someone can carry out a whole slew of transactions or purchases using your name and other personal information. – Once you’re aware of the airline’s terms and conditions, you can then apply for compensation. And your boarding pass is the first document you’ll need. – If you travel for work, your trips could be tax-deductible. You’ll need proof that you physically got on a plane and flew from A to B, and a boarding pass is exactly that.
– With your name and Passenger Name Record, anyone can access the airline’s website.
– Unauthorized changes to your meal preferences are more than just mere inconveniences.
– You think you’re safe with all your login accounts? When someone clicks FORGOT PASSWORD, they usually send the reset password to your email. – Your Passenger Name Record can also be used to log in to the websites of other code sharing airline partners.
– If your trip is confidential and sensitive, then an exposed boarding pass is exactly what you don’t want.
– If the wrong person got hold of information that you or the whole family will be on vacation in another city or country for the next 2 weeks, then it could spell real trouble! Music by Epidemic Sound https://www.epidemicsound.com/ Subscribe to Bright Side : https://goo.gl/rQTJZz
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9 Riddles Whose Answers Will Just Frustrate You



Are you looking for a way to stimulate your brain and kick boredom to the curb? If so, then these funny and tricky riddles are just what you need! This video is going to warm up your brain and stretch your imagination. Be sure to pay attention to the little details and think outside the box to get the answers right. By the way, riddles are one of the most effective ways to develop your thinking skills, memory, and intelligence. Unusual tasks are like “brain gymnastics” which are useful for everybody. So, do you want to find out how good you are at this? Then here you go – and you'll find your results at the end of the video! Other videos you might like:
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A bad liar 1:18
The robbery of the year 2:37
A great summer vacation 4:00
A matchstick equation 5:02
Thief the sprinter 5:38
A mysterious number 6:50
The missing number 7:51
Stolen cows 8:28
๐Ÿ‘‰ Your results ๐Ÿ‘ˆ 9:50 #riddles #puzzles #brightside SUMMARY:
– Emma forgot the PIN. She took the clue out of her pocket and immediately remembered the PIN. Can you say what number it was if the clue was a sheet of paper with a fly, a cat, a girl, and a snake drawn on it?
– Ms. Nelson had to organize an event, and a big concert was a part of it. She still needed to find one more performer. There were several talented students at her school, and she decided to invite them. But when she saw them at the concert, she found out that one of them had lied to her. Who was it and how did she understand it?
– Ethan came to his senses before the police arrived. He told the officer that the robbers had stolen all his money and electronics he kept in his safe. The only question the detective asked was if Ethan touched anything on the table after James had left. When he heard the negative answer, he immediately arrested James. Can you figure out why? – Three college friends met after a summer break. Each of them wanted to boast how cool their vacation was. Of course, all the stories were great but one of them was fake. Which one was it? – This matchstick equation seems correct: 9 – 3 = 6. But can you move just one matchstick to get another correct equation?
– Detective Jackson Jones was walking along the street when he heard people shouting. Some man grabbed the lady's bag, pushed her to the ground, and sprinted away. The detective ran in the direction witnesses showed him, turned the corner, and saw three doors. After visiting all these apartments, Detective Jones immediately realized who was the thief.
– If you take away half of this number, you'll get nothing. What is this number?
– Look at this table with numbers and within 10 seconds, try to guess which number should go to the empty space! – Mr. Richardson, a rich farmer, arrived at the police station in tears, saying that two of his best cows were missing! The police officer managed to figure out who the criminal was – can you? Music by Epidemic Sound https://www.epidemicsound.com/ Subscribe to Bright Side : https://goo.gl/rQTJZz
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What Happens If You Eat Expired Eggs



So…you’ve got some expired food lying around. Is that “Sell By” date really a line you don’t want to cross? If you’re on a budget, you’ve probably tossed around the idea of eating the food anyway. What’s the worst that could happen? There are some things you should be aware of. Take, for example, chicken. Here’s where the expiration date on the packaging really is a hard rule. If you DO eat some undercooked or expired chicken, stop eating and drinking for a while to give your tummy a break, since the bad chicken could wreak havoc on your digestive system. What about other products? Other videos you might like:
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Expired Eggs 0:23
Expired Milk 1:19
Expired Cheese 2:07
Expired Bread 3:12
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Expired Fish 7:20 #healthydiet #food #brightside SUMMARY:
– The main concern with spoiled eggs is salmonella poisoning since eggs come from chickens. You’d feel stomach pain, chills, and develop a fever. – Drinking any kind of expired milk will result in the same: you’ll have some serious stomach cramps and digestive problems for a couple days. – If you eat expired cheese, it’s likely that nothing will happen to your body; unless you’re lactose-intolerant, your digestive system knows how to break down and get rid of the mold in cheese.
– Now, that’s not to say that it’s okay to eat the mold on cheese. Always, always cut out any mold you see on your cheese. Once you cut out the mold, the rest of the cheese should be okay. If it’s truly gone bad, it’ll smell like ammonia. – Products like bread—and other foods in the grain family—can grow aflatoxin, which is one of the most widespread and highly studied molds in the world.
– Deli meat is especially prone to growing a bacterium called listeria. It causes the symptoms that most food poisoning does, but in advanced cases, it can cause dizziness, a stiff neck, confusion, and muscle aches.
– Salmonella poisoning can send you straight to the hospital. If the chicken is already contaminated with it, eating it expired or undercooked compounds the risk of getting sick. – Have you ever pulled out your bag of potatoes and noticed some yellowish or greenish sprouts growing on them? This means that your potatoes have gone bad to some degree. – There are two kinds of poisoning that you can get from eating rancid fish: scombroid and ciguatera.
– Scombroid is the result of improperly refrigerating fish from the time it’s caught to when it gets to your table. Ciguatera is the result of eating fish that eat other fish that have come in contact with the ciguatera bacteria. Music by Epidemic Sound https://www.epidemicsound.com/ Subscribe to Bright Side : https://goo.gl/rQTJZz
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What If You Ate Expired Eggs By Accident



So…you’ve got some expired food lying around. Is that “Sell By” date really a line you don’t want to cross? If you’re on a budget, you’ve probably tossed around the idea of eating the food anyway. What’s the worst that could happen? There are some things you should be aware of. Take, for example, chicken. Here’s where the expiration date on the packaging really is a hard rule. If you DO eat some undercooked or expired chicken, stop eating and drinking for a while to give your tummy a break, since the bad chicken could wreak havoc on your digestive system. What about other products? Other videos you might like:
A Journey Inside Your Body https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=3pjkQcQBTtc&
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Expired Eggs 0:23
Expired Milk 1:19
Expired Cheese 2:07
Expired Bread 3:12
Expired Deli Meat 4:10
Expired Chicken 5:10
Expired Potatoes 6:15
Expired Fish 7:20 #healthydiet #food #brightside SUMMARY:
– The main concern with spoiled eggs is salmonella poisoning since eggs come from chickens. You’d feel stomach pain, chills, and develop a fever. – Drinking any kind of expired milk will result in the same: you’ll have some serious stomach cramps and digestive problems for a couple days. – If you eat expired cheese, it’s likely that nothing will happen to your body; unless you’re lactose-intolerant, your digestive system knows how to break down and get rid of the mold in cheese.
– Now, that’s not to say that it’s okay to eat the mold on cheese. Always, always cut out any mold you see on your cheese. Once you cut out the mold, the rest of the cheese should be okay. If it’s truly gone bad, it’ll smell like ammonia. – Products like bread—and other foods in the grain family—can grow aflatoxin, which is one of the most widespread and highly studied molds in the world.
– Deli meat is especially prone to growing a bacterium called listeria. It causes the symptoms that most food poisoning does, but in advanced cases, it can cause dizziness, a stiff neck, confusion, and muscle aches.
– Salmonella poisoning can send you straight to the hospital. If the chicken is already contaminated with it, eating it expired or undercooked compounds the risk of getting sick. – Have you ever pulled out your bag of potatoes and noticed some yellowish or greenish sprouts growing on them? This means that your potatoes have gone bad to some degree. – There are two kinds of poisoning that you can get from eating rancid fish: scombroid and ciguatera.
– Scombroid is the result of improperly refrigerating fish from the time it’s caught to when it gets to your table. Ciguatera is the result of eating fish that eat other fish that have come in contact with the ciguatera bacteria. Music by Epidemic Sound https://www.epidemicsound.com/ Subscribe to Bright Side : https://goo.gl/rQTJZz
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Why Phones Catch on Fire While Charging



Cell phones certainly make our lives easier, but they can also be dangerous. Sometimes phones explode! Literally. This usually happens with a lithium-ion battery, which most modern gadgets are equipped with. Since 2016, cases of batteries igniting have significantly increased. That's why, as of this year, it's forbidden to store gadgets with these batteries in the cargo on an aircraft. In some cases, the phones not only explode, but also ignite, swell, melt and even boil. Let's find out why this happens and what to do to prevent it. Other videos you might like:
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– Don't charge your phone overnight 4:51
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– Many people have said that their battery literally "boiled" like real acid.
– Now all lithium-ion is equipped with controllers, sensors, and charge balancers to reduce the risk of fire. But sometimes this doesn't help.
– The battery in the phone can very easily be damaged if you drop your phone or accidentally step on it. If it's damaged, the correct order of operation of the electrodes will be violated, destroying the battery and provoking an explosion.
– We can't know under what conditions the battery of our phone was created. It could have been scratched during assembly, disrupting the technology, or accidentally introducing small metal particles into it.
– If you notice that the phone has become hot while charging, then it's better to unplug the cable and allow the phone to cool. – The phone manufacturers create chargers that perfectly match the battery in your phone. Yes, it'll cost a bit more, but it’ll be less than the cost of a new phone. The same goes for the battery itself. – It'd be better to charge the phone in an open space. And it's best not to charge the phone overnight at all; just do it during the day when you can pay attention to it.
– Don't leave your phone charging in hot places. The sun can raise the temperature of the battery and it won't lead to anything good.
– If you notice that the battery of your phone is running out quickly, then bring it to an authorized service center. You'll most likely need to replace it.
– Don't carry your phone in your back pocket. You might forget about it and accidentally sit down, which will lead to the deformation of the battery. – Batteries don’t only explode in phones. Many cases have been recorded of laptops, toasters, hoverboards, and electric vehicles igniting. – Charge the phone as often as needed, but just a little bit. If you constantly charge it to one hundred percent and use the gadget until it's completely out of battery, then the battery will be able to handle about 500-700 charge cycles.
– Watch the temperature. Not only can the sun's rays harm the battery, but also frost. Carrying your phone in the outside pocket of your jacket in winter is a bad idea.
– Try to replace the battery in any of your devices at least once every two or three years. Music by Epidemic Sound https://www.epidemicsound.com/ Subscribe to Bright Side : https://goo.gl/rQTJZz
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The True Purpose of Mirror in Elevators



How often do you take elevator selfies? After all, that’s what the mirrors inside them are for, right? Or could it be for safety and monitoring reasons? Or maybe they are hiding some secret parts of the elevator you aren’t supposed to see? Back in the 1920’s when modern-type elevators were becoming more and more popular, a lot of people were anxious about going for a ride. Hotels, stores, and office buildings came up with a solution – they started playing calming music inside. So maybe the mirrors are there for the same purpose? Other videos you might like:
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A riddle for all elevator fans ๐Ÿค“ 8:11 #elevator #factsyouneverknew #brightside SUMMARY:
– Back around 235 BCE, Archimedes built a wooden platform that went up on ropes in an open shaft.
– The Roman Colosseum used to have elevators and not just one but 24 of them!
– The first public passenger elevator was installed in 1857 in a department store in New York City.
– Back in the 19th and early 20th centuries, elevators were called movable rooms as they were designed way fancier than many apartments today.
– The upper floors have become so prestigious and luxurious only recently in history, and it happened thanks to elevators.
– These days, over 325 million passengers go up and down in an elevator every day across the world. – Mirrors are used to calm down people with claustrophobia. A room with mirrors always appears more spacious than it actually is. – Are you one of those people who always push the “close” button to make the elevator doors shut faster? This button is nothing but a placebo.
– Though more people are afraid of getting in an elevator than getting in a car, the elevator is a much safer means of transportation and statistically the safest way to travel!
– An elevator stops to prevent you from getting into trouble. When something is wrong in the shaft or the machine, and there’s even the slightest danger, stopping is the best solution.
– If you do get stuck in an elevator, don’t try to escape by yourself. Use the emergency button to contact the operator and wait for someone to come and rescue you.
– Even if some of the cables fail for some reason, one will be enough to hold the construction! Music by Epidemic Sound https://www.epidemicsound.com/ Subscribe to Bright Side : https://goo.gl/rQTJZz
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Why Flies Are So Attracted to Humans



Why do flies sit on humans? Well, like you, they get thirsty? So, they drink your sweat. Why not? Your sweat teams with proteins and salts and you are not using it. Now you think this is weird and gross? But did you know that they also love to eat your flaking skin cells? And you can never catch those pesky critters! They experience time differently. Unlike the 7 dog years to 1 human year formula, scientists haven’t worked out fly-time yet: but suffice it to say that while, for humans — time flies, for flies — humans operate like romantic movies… in slow motion. Other videos you might like:
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The Carbon Dioxide you exhale draws them 0:36
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What about horseflies? 6:55
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– It is not halitosis, but the Carbon Dioxide you exhale that draws me. So long as you breathe, you cannot change that.
– Flies swarm the desert, the beach, and parched parking lots. Like you, we get thirsty. So, we drink your sweat.
– I love to eat your flaking skin cells. They are munchy fly snack chips!
– If you sorrow over having only two eyes, think of this: You have two eyes in each image of your face that is reflected in my 12,000 eyes. – And—my special wings help me dodge around too. Flapping up and down is for the birds. Fly wings flap forward and back. – And why must I crawl across your cheek? Because I have taste receptors in my feet! They help me locate the most saturated sweaty spots of skin. – I won’t sting, bush flies like me have the soft fleshy mouths of collagen injected movie stars. – Some flies love you for your hot, sweet, blood. And you are especially attractive in the summer when more of your tender skin is exposed.
– I know you want to sleep in peace, but we can’t leave you alone at night because we only live a few days. – Horseflies have knife-like lips that slash at your skin. Then he, too, slurps. But he leaves a mess. The good news is, Horse flies are not known to transmit disease to humans. Music by Epidemic Sound https://www.epidemicsound.com/ Subscribe to Bright Side : https://goo.gl/rQTJZz
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50 Facts Only the Most Knowledgeable People Know



Hey, Bright Sider, do you know what’s impossible? To hum with your nose pinched closed. Seriously, try it. See? You probably think you know almost everything about the world around you. But the truth is, there are tons of really weird facts that can completely change your view of the world! Did you know, for example, that the computer term “there’s a bug in the system” emerged in 1946 when an actual moth got trapped inside a Relay Calculator at Harvard? Or that squirrels accidentally plant millions of trees every year because they forget where they bury their acorns? Or that.5 billion years ago, a day was only 4 hours? Interested? Then check out these facts, and you'll understand that there are still many things in the world that can surprise us! Other videos you might like:
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Our brain changes its structure all the time 4:33
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Peanuts aren’t nuts 6:15
Teleportation in the quantum world! 7:11
Minnie Mouse’s full name 7:21
The University of Oxford is older than the Aztec Empire! 8:07
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Marge Simpson had rabbit ears 9:18 #amazingfacts #strangefacst #brightside SUMMARY:
– When sea otters sense that they’re in danger, they show their babies to the predators to make them feel mercy. – A rainbow that happens at night is called a moonbow. They’re mostly white and very rare!
– A giraffe’s neck can reach up to 6 feet in length. Yet, it contains the same number of bones as the human neck. – Tim Storms holds the Guinness World Record for the deepest voice. He reached notes that were so low only elephants could hear.
– In 2015, the Oxford Dictionary announced that the word of the year was the “smiling emoji with tears of joy.” – Canadian researchers found out that Einstein’s brain was 15% wider than average.
– There’s a 5,000-year-old Egyptian necklace that’s made from…a meteorite! – Sonic the Hedgehog was put in the Guinness Book of Records for being the fastest video game character of all time. – The average person will grow almost 600 miles of hair over a lifetime. That’s twice as long as the atmosphere is thick.
– Have you ever thrown an apple in a river and seen it float? That’s because it’s 23% air. – It can take a sloth up to a month to digest a single leaf. Figures.
– Antares is a star that’s 550 light-years away from Earth. It’s 15 times larger and 10,000 times brighter than our Sun. – An astronaut’s spacesuit costs 12 million bucks, and 70% of that money goes to that beefy backpack and the control module. – When the typewriter was first invented in 1829, the keys were arranged in alphabetical order.
– There are over 10,000 beaches in Australia. It would take you about 27 years to visit a new one each day. Music by Epidemic Sound https://www.epidemicsound.com/ Subscribe to Bright Side : https://goo.gl/rQTJZz
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AC Was Invented Because of Mosquitoes



Believe it or not, but you have to thank mosquitoes for the invention of air conditioning, or, at least, its forefather! No one loves them in the 21st century, but back in the 19th, those guys were a real nightmare. Things were especially bad in swampy areas of Florida. A local physician and inventor Dr. John Gorrie was trying to find a way to drain the swamps, and while he was at it, he got this revolutionary idea in 1841. He realized the problem was literally in the air. So cooling the air could fix it! Other videos you might like:
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– Dr. John Gorrie arranged shipping of buckets of ice from frozen lakes and streams in the North of the country into hospital rooms in Florida.
– By 1851, he designed an air compressor to make ice out of water. The mechanism was powered by a horse. This is how the concept of air conditioning was born!
– A few decades later, engineer Willis Carrier designed the first electrical air conditioning unit with cooling coils and air filters. – Air conditioning made its first mass public appearance at the St. Louis World's Fair in 1904. The 1,000 people in the auditorium definitely loved the idea of comfort cooling. – It was good enough for public buildings, but still too large and expensive for homes. It took a couple more decades for engineers to design something perfect for private houses. – Today's air conditioners work on the principles of Carrier's invention but are, of course, more energy efficient, much quieter, have way better diagnostics and controls, electronic sensors and are made of better materials.
– The outdoor unit consists of a compressor, condenser coil and a fan. Another vital player in this process is the refrigerant. – The heat from the air inside your home mixes with the refrigerant and moves through the compressor and to the outdoor coil.
– It's important to squeeze the gas tightly because the higher the pressure, the higher the temperature.
– There can be an indoor unit in every room of your house, or the ones you need to keep cool, or one unit in the closet or the basement, or somewhere inside your house.
– The hot air from the room is sucked in through the return vents. Then, the air meets the refrigerant. At this stage, the hot air loses its heat and moisture. – The expansion valve helps it blow off some steam and lose some extra pressure. – Then the refrigerant goes from liquid to gas and is ready to move over the ice cold evaporator coils.
– Each and every detail in the air conditioner is super important, and even if one of them goes off, the whole process will stop. Music by Epidemic Sound https://www.epidemicsound.com/ Subscribe to Bright Side : https://goo.gl/rQTJZz
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Why Space Is Getting So Crowded



The first human-made object to orbit the Earth was Sputnik 1, which blasted off on October 4th, 1957. In the decades since, we’ve launched thousands of additional satellites. The modern world would surely grind to a halt without them. But now, there are so many up there that we might literally be running out of space. It turns out there are only so many places you can put a satellite and have it stay where you want it to be. If a satellite is too low, it will simply fall from the sky, too high, and it will gradually drift into deep space. With so many in orbit, keeping them all from slamming into each other is a task that gets more difficult every passing year! Other videos you might like:
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Can satellites drift out of orbit entirely? 1:25
Satellite collision over Siberia ๐Ÿ’ฅ 1:52
Broken or abandoned satellites 2:41
The absolute worst-case scenario ๐Ÿ‘ˆ 3:44
What if all our satellites were wiped out at once? 5:02
How we get rid of satellites 6:37
The laser broom 7:24 #space #satellites #brightside Preview photo credit: A Beehive of Satellites: By European Space Agency, https://www.nasa.gov/multimedia/imagegallery/image_feature_1283.html
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– Global Positioning System (or GPS) satellites and others that need to remain over a specific part of the Earth’s surface have to be launched at very specific altitudes.
– The further from a stable orbit the satellite is, the more effort has to be put into keeping it there. – On February 10th, an abandoned Russian satellite called Kosmos 2251 plowed into the side of an American satellite as they passed over northern Siberia. The impact shredded both spacecrafts and sent a cloud of debris hurtling through space at incredible speed. – Broken or abandoned satellites like Kosmos 2251 are a huge threat to the ones that are still functioning.
– A piece of space garbage just four inches across is enough to rip most satellites apart. – As of May 2019, there were around 23,000 objects of that size or larger. – The absolute worst-case scenario is what scientists call the Kessler Effect. Thought of in 1978 by NASA scientist Donald J. Kessler, the Kessler effect is basically the domino effect in space. – Works of fiction like to present the Kessler Effect in almost apocalyptic terms. – Right now, there are a few objects making scientists nervous. One notable example is the European Space Agency’s enormous and abandoned Envisat satellite. – The threat of satellite collisions is very real and will only get worse as we launch more and more objects into orbit. – Modern satellites usually won’t get the green light until there’s a plan for how to get rid of them.
– Sometimes this requires pushing it out so far into space that the odds of a crash drop to basically nothing. – Another option is to lower the satellite so that it gets pulled in by the Earth's gravity. – Another suggested solution would be to place unwanted satellites so that they will be yanked out of orbit by the Sun or Moon. Music by Epidemic Sound https://www.epidemicsound.com/ Subscribe to Bright Side : https://goo.gl/rQTJZz
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24 Proofs Your Body Is Really Special



During the Renaissance, European scientists and artists strongly believed the human body was the most wondrous and sacred thing in the whole world. And to this day, we only find more and more evidence that they were completely right. Do you know, for example, why pinkie toe lost all of its functionality? Or how sneezing makes you happy? Or that your eyes are placed in such a way they should actually see your nose? You simply don’t notice it! Well, interested? Then why not check out these cool facts about your body? Other videos you might like:
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15 Body Parts That Will Disappear One Day https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=A1sgVb3YBAI&; TIMESTAMPS:
The strongest muscle 0:19
Your brain is the best video editor 0:41
Your body is the whole world 1:00
You’re unique in more than one way 1:24
Half of you is your brain 2:05
Humans shed skin too 2:37
Sugar bones 3:29
Sweat has no smell 3:56
Pinkie toe is on its way to becoming history 4:22
People are still partly predators 5:25
Sneezing makes you happy 5:57
Smart fingers 6:58
Yawning is contagious for a reason 7:22
You can’t tickle yourself 7:46
Where is your nose? 8:14
Your nose warms up the air 8:44
You live in the past all the time 9:04 #humanbody #amazingfacts #brightside SUMMARY:
– Your eyes are constantly taking separate pictures and moving all the time to make a full image of your surroundings.
– From 2 to 5 pounds of all your body weight doesn’t even belong to you but to microscopic life that lives inside us all. In the human mouth alone more bacteria live than people on Earth.
– Brain structure highly depends on conditions in which it develops and grows, and therefore we all have something individual to us even on a biological level.
– The brain takes only 2% of your whole-body weight, but it’s such a powerhouse that it requires 20% of the energy you consume.
– Bones in baby fists are not fully formed until they turn 10. That’s because in infancy it’s very important for fists to be elastic, so a lot of bone tissue is replaced by cartilage in this period. – It’s not the sweat that launches you to the bathroom after a good workout. It’s microscopic bacteria on your skin that interact with it. – Pinkie toe lost all of its functionality a while ago – precisely when humankind started wearing shoes
– Hairs and nails grow faster if they get more nutrition with blood. Another fact – our bodies aren’t symmetric at all. – When you scream or sneeze, your brain tries to protect you from the loud noise. It automatically turns down the volume in your head! – Another way to make yourself happy without eating too much is to sneeze. Another happy-hormone endorphin is released with each ‘A-choo!’ you make.
– Human kidneys have 2 million little filters total, and are capable of filtering all the blood in the human body several times per day. – Yawning is a social reflex that appeared as a way for social animals to signal that it’s time to take a rest. Yawning also helps to ventilate the lungs and make your body relax overall.
– Your tongue has the same kind of sensitive cells that provide you information about the smell of food you eat.
– It takes 13 milliseconds for your eyes to perceive an image and around 50 milliseconds for your ears to hear something. So you can’t always be up to date – it’s just impossible! Music by Epidemic Sound https://www.epidemicsound.com/ Subscribe to Bright Side : https://goo.gl/rQTJZz
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13 Habits That Probably Spoil Your Life



Nobody will argue that people tend to divide all habits into good and bad. But what if I tell you that some so-called "good" habits aren't as useful as people like to think? And that drinking too much water can lead to poisoning, and brushing your teeth can damage them? In fact, everything you thought you knew is wrong! For example, sleeping as much as you feel like isn't that great! Yes, it's good to listen to your body but if you start sleeping more than 9 hours a day, you may have depression, put on weight, and have health problems! So, here's the list of habits you might want to reconsider! Other videos you might like:
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10 Gross Habits You'd Better Quit ASAP https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=qtFDChAsSQ8 TIMESTAMPS:
Never hold in a sneeze 0:31
Don't try to be a superhero 1:09
Drinking too much liquid is unhealthy 1:40
Don't do what you don't want to 2:16
Don't brush your teeth right after a meal 2:50
Sleeping as much as you feel like isn't that great 3:22
There is time when you need to relax 3:52
A hot shower does more harm than good 4:24
Living in a constant money-saving mode 5:00
Washing your face right after a workout 5:37
Analyze what’s important for your future life 6:15
Laze around in bed in the morning 6:50
Eat fat! 7:18 #habits #goodhabits #brightside SUMMARY:
– Damaged blood vessels in the eyes, burst eardrums, and even cracked ribs — and that's not even the whole list of injuries people had after trying to hold in a powerful sneeze! – Keeping your word is good! But life is unpredictable, circumstances change, and one day, you might find it hard or impossible to keep your promise. – I have to break it to you: drinking too much liquid is actually unhealthy! The main problem is your kidneys: they can process no more than 34 oz of liquid per hour. – "Always saying yes" is a thing today. By doing so, you become more open to the world and don't waste opportunities. But at the same time, by always saying "yes," you can do yourself a disservice! – Don't brush your teeth right after a meal, especially if you were eating something acidic. It will damage your tooth enamel and lead to its erosion! – Seven or eight hours is enough for your body to "restart." And if you wake up at the same time on weekdays and at the weekend, it will be easier for you to stick to your sleeping routine.
– You should realize that there is time for being efficient and useful. And there is time when you need to relax and do nothing.
– A hot shower does more harm than good to your skin! The hotter it is, the more it opens the pores. It results in your skin losing moisture alarmingly fast.
– Another bad habit that pretends to be good is washing your face right after a workout. Experts recommend washing your face not after, but before a workout!
– The problem with this constant reflection is that it prevents you from enjoying the present. "Living in the moment" isn't just a pretty phrase. – Researchers from Brunel University in the UK have discovered that when you have intense physical activity early in the morning, your immune system becomes weaker. – Omega-3 fatty acids, found in nuts, oily fish, seafood, and some seeds, is crucial for your skin condition and the functioning of your heart and brain! Music by Epidemic Sound https://www.epidemicsound.com/ Subscribe to Bright Side : https://goo.gl/rQTJZz
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What If There Is Always One Season on Earth



For many of us, the seasons tell us a lot — like what holiday is coming up or what delicious seasonal food there might be at the local grocery store. But what if there were no seasons, or only one season all year round? Well, humans probably wouldn’t have met up with other humans much, and settlements would be scattered. If humans couldn’t put their brains together, there are a lot of inventions that we wouldn’t have today. We may never have learned to use tools. We may never have basic technology! Other videos you might like:
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What If Just One Planet Disappeared from the Solar System https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=IFAvLx6kZUM& TIMESTAMPS:
The Earth wouldn’t be tilted 0:19
There’d be a lack of food 0:56
Humans probably wouldn’t have progressed 1:21
We’d be way more susceptible to germs 1:56
Agricultural Problems 2:26
We Need Winter! 2:57
We would have to re-learn basic survival 3:27
The weather would be predictable 3:58
Unchanging Landscape 4:20
The Equinoxes would be off 4:46
Psychological Effects 5:22
There’d be huge effects on the ecosystem 6:00
There’d be disruptions in sleep patterns 6:24
We could see changes in brain function 7:00
Changes in skin and hair 7:31
It could be bad for your heart 8:07 #whatif #winter #brightside SUMMARY:
– Everyone would probably move toward the locations near the Equator where it’d be warmest. This would cause over-population, the spread of diseases, and lack of resources.
– Animals, too, would move to those warm regions by the equator and would likely get over-hunted.
– If everyone had to live all together near the Equator, we’d be vulnerable to a lot of disease; and not just from each other, but from insects too.
– Rain can erode the soil, which pushes all the nutrients down below the root level, making that farmland at least partially infertile.
– Many crops that we rely on, like wheat, oats and barley, potatoes, and corn grow better in cooler climates that have a winter season.
– We’d have to do some adapting and learn how to successfully farm in these new conditions; that includes growing crops and raising livestock.
– Every day would look and feel pretty much the same! – Changes in light would normally have a huge biological effect on plants and animals, such as telling them when it’s time to reproduce or hibernate. – Science has proven that sunlight has a positive effect on our mood, and gives us natural Vitamin D. – There may be some plants and animals that wouldn’t survive if there were no seasons.
– If a place experiences a change in the amount of sunlight it gets, those that live there may see malfunctions in their biological clocks. – A small European study found that our attention and focusing skills are better during the summertime, and much worse during winter. – If you’d happen to be stuck in one of the wintery regions, your skin and hair would likely dry out. – Thinner blood vessels make your heart work harder than it normally would to pump blood through your body. This will cause an increase in your heart rate. Music by Epidemic Sound https://www.epidemicsound.com/ Subscribe to Bright Side : https://goo.gl/rQTJZz
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What If There Were No Seasons on Earth



For many of us, the seasons tell us a lot — like what holiday is coming up or what delicious seasonal food there might be at the local grocery store. But what if there were no seasons, or only one season all year round? Well, humans probably wouldn’t have met up with other humans much, and settlements would be scattered. If humans couldn’t put their brains together, there are a lot of inventions that we wouldn’t have today. We may never have learned to use tools. We may never have basic technology! Other videos you might like:
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What If Just One Planet Disappeared from the Solar System https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=IFAvLx6kZUM& TIMESTAMPS:
The Earth wouldn’t be tilted 0:19
There’d be a lack of food 0:56
Humans probably wouldn’t have progressed 1:21
We’d be way more susceptible to germs 1:56
Agricultural Problems 2:26
We Need Winter! 2:57
We would have to re-learn basic survival 3:27
The weather would be predictable 3:58
Unchanging Landscape 4:20
The Equinoxes would be off 4:46
Psychological Effects 5:22
There’d be huge effects on the ecosystem 6:00
There’d be disruptions in sleep patterns 6:24
We could see changes in brain function 7:00
Changes in skin and hair 7:31
It could be bad for your heart 8:07 #whatif #winter #brightside SUMMARY:
– Everyone would probably move toward the locations near the Equator where it’d be warmest. This would cause over-population, the spread of diseases, and lack of resources.
– Animals, too, would move to those warm regions by the equator and would likely get over-hunted.
– If everyone had to live all together near the Equator, we’d be vulnerable to a lot of disease; and not just from each other, but from insects too.
– Rain can erode the soil, which pushes all the nutrients down below the root level, making that farmland at least partially infertile.
– Many crops that we rely on, like wheat, oats and barley, potatoes, and corn grow better in cooler climates that have a winter season.
– We’d have to do some adapting and learn how to successfully farm in these new conditions; that includes growing crops and raising livestock.
– Every day would look and feel pretty much the same! – Changes in light would normally have a huge biological effect on plants and animals, such as telling them when it’s time to reproduce or hibernate. – Science has proven that sunlight has a positive effect on our mood, and gives us natural Vitamin D. – There may be some plants and animals that wouldn’t survive if there were no seasons.
– If a place experiences a change in the amount of sunlight it gets, those that live there may see malfunctions in their biological clocks. – A small European study found that our attention and focusing skills are better during the summertime, and much worse during winter. – If you’d happen to be stuck in one of the wintery regions, your skin and hair would likely dry out. – Thinner blood vessels make your heart work harder than it normally would to pump blood through your body. This will cause an increase in your heart rate. Music by Epidemic Sound https://www.epidemicsound.com/ Subscribe to Bright Side : https://goo.gl/rQTJZz
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Who Would Win: Human vs Neanderthal



Are modern humans the pinnacle of the food chain, the strongest and most intelligent creatures ever to walk this Earth? Maybe now, but once upon a time, we had some real competition: Neanderthals. Wait, like, cave people? Weren’t Neanderthals our ancestors? Nope! We came from the Cro-Magnon, which were early modern humans. Neanderthals were a separate branch of humans. Their DNA is even different from ours, so we can safely say that Neanderthals were a completely different species. Other videos you might like:
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11 Mysteries of Famous Icons People Don’t Know About https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=bxnSirwp-2c TIMESTAMPS:
What did Neanderthals look like? 0:42
The lifestyle of Neanderthals:
– Morning 2:15
– Afternoon 3:10
– Evening 3:57
– Night 4:56
Their lifespan 6:26
Why aren’t we all…Neanderthals? 6:51 #Neanderthals #ancientpeople #brightside Preview photo credit: Reconstruction of male and female Neanderthals (Homo neanderthalensis) based on the La Chapelle-aux-Saints fossils: By S. ENTRESSANGLE/E. DAYNES/Science Photo Library/EAST NEWS, https://www.eastnews.ru/pictures/picture/id/66215202/i/43/t/127
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– The average Neanderthal was about 5’4” and weighed around 160 pounds. Neanderthals might’ve been smaller than modern humans, but they made up for it in stoutness.
– But modern humans have more complex and efficient brains. – On his thick muscular legs, a Neanderthal could easily trek 30 miles just to find some dinner.
– Modern humans might be smarter, but Neanderthals would win any arm-wrestling match. They were anywhere from 5-20% stronger than modern humans. – Neanderthals had an average lifespan of only about 40 years. They grew up a lot faster than we do – for Neanderthals, you were an adult at 12!
– It's possible that Neanderthals could’ve been ruined by a very bad diet consisting of only meat. These tough guys hunted big game – they weren’t too interested in fruits, vegetables, or nuts.
– But when severe frosts came, the population of deer, mammoths, bison, and other goodies began to decline significantly. – Due to this sharp global cooling, Neanderthals couldn't cross a lot of distances, so they were forced to coexist with the Cro-Magnons who migrated from Africa. – Neanderthals might’ve been physically superior to those early modern humans, but the Cro-Magnons were taller, more agile, and, most importantly, more cunning.
– Studies of Neanderthal skulls showed that they had a much larger brain than Cro-Magnon.
– The reason for the Neanderthals extinction could be… Neanderthals themselves. Every male risked his life daily fighting with bears, rhinos, mammoths and other ancient beasts. – Because of this hardcore lifestyle, the number of men likely decreased, so the birthrate fell. Music by Epidemic Sound https://www.epidemicsound.com/ Subscribe to Bright Side : https://goo.gl/rQTJZz
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15 Cool Things You Didn’t Know About Your Body



Do you worry when your body does weird things like sweat when you’re nervous, you forget an awesome dream, or get carsick on a long ride? It’s puzzling, eh? Have you ever wondered why we wake up before the alarm clock? Or how the weather gives you a headache? Our brain is also a tricky thing. For example, it perceives going to school or work as a threat and tries to protect us from this stress by keeping us in bed. That's why it's hard to wake up on weekdays and so easy to wake up on the weekend. Interested? So let's hop into our submarine of discovery and dive deep into why these strange tricks of our bodies happen. Other videos you might like:
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15 Body Parts That Will Disappear One Day https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=A1sgVb3YBAI& TIMESTAMPS: Why do we bite our lips? ๐Ÿ’‹
Why do we forget dreams? 0:58
Why do we wake up before the alarm clock? 1:42 โฐ
We can’t stand being tickled, yet why do we react to it with laughter? 2:12
Why do we sweat when we get nervous? 2:56
How does the weather give you a headache? 3:34
Why do we feel carsickness? 4:13 ๐Ÿ˜–
Why does skin darken in the sun, yet hair gets lighter? 4:54
Why do we hear ringing in the ears? 5:45
Ever stood up too fast and gotten dizzy and lightheaded? 6:23
Why does crying cause that weird lump in the throat? 6:42
Is it true that our heart stops during a sneeze? 7:17 Why do we get lazy after a big meal? 7:52 ๐ŸŒญ
Why is it hard to wake up on weekdays? 8:20
Why do we get cramps when we run? 8:47 #humanbody #humanbrain #brightside SUMMARY:
– Our brain gives our body an “order” to bite our lips so that we think less about problems and calm down. – Dreams are chaotic, full of symbolism and strange images, so the brain thinks: (Brain: “This guy already has enough on his plate in real life – he doesn’t that dream consuming his thoughts.”) – It’s just that waking up to an alarm clock is a big shock for the body. To avoid this unnecessary stress, the brain releases a protein that’s responsible for wakefulness.
– The most ticklish areas happen to cover vital organs and arteries, so nature has made them very sensitive.
– If you were an early human trying to get out of a headlock with a rival, then your wet skin would be slippery. Sweaty palms also cling to tree branches better.
– When the weather changes, the air pressure changes. Your blood vessels and nerves feel this difference in pressure and react – they expand, get smaller, or spasm.
– In comparison to human history, cars appeared not so long ago, so the brain hasn't completely adapted.
– With more and more pigment being produced, the skin gets darker. With hair, things are a little different. It does have small reserves of melanin, but it can’t produce it like your skin can. – When you quickly go from a lying position to standing, the blood in your body drops to your feet and legs, thanks-a-lot gravity!
– Back before there was science to explain these things, people believed that during a sneeze, the body let go of too much air and that it could stop your heart forever. – If you want to wake up ready to take on the day, try thinking about what a great day tomorrow will be before you go to bed.
– If you’ve ever experienced a running cramp, you know that it can be super uncomfortable. The good news is that it is totally normal. Music by Epidemic Sound https://www.epidemicsound.com/ Subscribe to Bright Side : https://goo.gl/rQTJZz
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13 Animals With the Strongest Bite



What is the toothiest critter that ever lived on our planet? For example, the strength of human jaws is about 160 pounds per square inch. It’s good to break some tough cookie or a pistachio shell, which is enough for survival in our harsh modern world. But what about more serious contenders? A mastiff is among the mightiest friends humans have, and it can easily snap a thick branch in two. A lion can show 650 psi — it’s four times stronger than the human’s bite! But did you know that the hyena’s jaw force is higher than that of both lion’s and tiger’s? Well, if hyenas were not cowardly, they would probably be among the most feared animals of the savannah! Other videos you might like:
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Who Lives In the Deepest Place On Earth? https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Sq4lbCC24js TIMESTAMPS:
Human 0:20
Dog 0:57
Lion 1:25
Bengal tiger 1:54
Hyena 2:15
Grizzly bear 2:46
Gorilla 3:20
Hippopotamus 3:54
Jaguar 4:24
American alligator 4:56
Saltwater croc 5:22
White shark 6:08
T-Rex! 6:38
The absolute champion of the bite force contest 7:28 #animalfacts #strongestanimals #brightside SUMMARY:
– A mastiff enters the stage and walks with dignity to show its strength. It opens its jaws and clenches them over the device… 550 psi!
– The next contestant is the king of the jungle himself — meet the mighty lion! Ooooh, it shows 650 psi — it’s four times stronger than the human’s bite! – Bengal tiger leaps forward and sinks its huge fangs into the measuring device, which shows… 1,050 psi! – But when it comes to forest predators, no creature can compete with the grizzly bear. It shows 1,200 psi!
– Although gorillas are gentle, making one of them angry certainly shouldn’t be on your agenda. – A hippopotamus is an unpredictable animal. It may look sweet, but it’s considered one of the most dangerous species of Africa. – Jaguars easily crush bones with their long, sharp teeth, so it’s no wonder that they outbite all the rest of the feline family.
– Saltwater crocodiles patiently wait for the prey in the waters of the river and are very quick to attack. No wonder it’s the biggest land predator and reptile in the world!
– A great white shark ferociously sinks its many crooked teeth into the device, showing 4,000 psi! Its bite force has never been directly measured, but the estimates show these astounding figures. – Scientists have estimated that the maximum force of T-Rex' bite could reach the astonishing 12,000 psi! – The frightful Deinosuchus dwelled the oceans millions of years ago and hunted dinosaurs that were careless enough to wander into the crocs’ territory. At 23,000 psi, nothing could ever beat this monster! Music by Epidemic Sound https://www.epidemicsound.com/ Subscribe to Bright Side : https://goo.gl/rQTJZz
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Who Has the Strongest Bite on Earth



What is the toothiest critter that ever lived on our planet? For example, the strength of human jaws is about 160 pounds per square inch. It’s good to break some tough cookie or a pistachio shell, which is enough for survival in our harsh modern world. But what about more serious contenders? A mastiff is among the mightiest friends humans have, and it can easily snap a thick branch in two. A lion can show 650 psi — it’s four times stronger than the human’s bite! But did you know that the hyena’s jaw force is higher than that of both lion’s and tiger’s? Well, if hyenas were not cowardly, they would probably be among the most feared animals of the savannah! Other videos you might like:
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Who Lives In the Deepest Place On Earth? https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Sq4lbCC24js TIMESTAMPS:
Human 0:20
Dog 0:57
Lion 1:25
Bengal tiger 1:54
Hyena 2:15
Grizzly bear 2:46
Gorilla 3:20
Hippopotamus 3:54
Jaguar 4:24
American alligator 4:56
Saltwater croc 5:22
White shark 6:08
T-Rex! 6:38
The absolute champion of the bite force contest 7:28 #animalfacts #strongestanimals #brightside SUMMARY:
– A mastiff enters the stage and walks with dignity to show its strength. It opens its jaws and clenches them over the device… 550 psi!
– The next contestant is the king of the jungle himself — meet the mighty lion! Ooooh, it shows 650 psi — it’s four times stronger than the human’s bite! – Bengal tiger leaps forward and sinks its huge fangs into the measuring device, which shows… 1,050 psi! – But when it comes to forest predators, no creature can compete with the grizzly bear. It shows 1,200 psi!
– Although gorillas are gentle, making one of them angry certainly shouldn’t be on your agenda. – A hippopotamus is an unpredictable animal. It may look sweet, but it’s considered one of the most dangerous species of Africa. – Jaguars easily crush bones with their long, sharp teeth, so it’s no wonder that they outbite all the rest of the feline family.
– Saltwater crocodiles patiently wait for the prey in the waters of the river and are very quick to attack. No wonder it’s the biggest land predator and reptile in the world!
– A great white shark ferociously sinks its many crooked teeth into the device, showing 4,000 psi! Its bite force has never been directly measured, but the estimates show these astounding figures. – Scientists have estimated that the maximum force of T-Rex' bite could reach the astonishing 12,000 psi! – The frightful Deinosuchus dwelled the oceans millions of years ago and hunted dinosaurs that were careless enough to wander into the crocs’ territory. At 23,000 psi, nothing could ever beat this monster! Music by Epidemic Sound https://www.epidemicsound.com/ Subscribe to Bright Side : https://goo.gl/rQTJZz
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What to Do If Your Phone Is Tapped



Phones make our life easier, more connected and interesting. But they can bring a lot of trouble too. And among the main ones is interference with our private life. I'm talking about phone tapping. How do they do it, and most importantly, what should you do to protect your phone? But to better know how to protect your phone from tapping, you must first find out how they can do it. Whoever they are. Found an unknown free Wi-Fi? Received a strange file via Bluetooth? Didn't clean your computer from viruses and connected your phone to it? Or have you downloaded a "very awesome and absolutely free" app? Congrats, now you’re at high risk of being tapped. Other videos you might like:
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โ“ HOW they can do it:
– Wireless connection 0:47
– Special equipment 1:19
– Super expensive equipment 1:56
– Instant messengers 2:19
– Own inattention 2:38
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– Your password 3:23
– SMS code 4:22
– Fake Apps 4:54
– App-lockers 5:50
– Apps that fully protect your phone 6:14
– Another type of connection 6:37
– Computer 7:10
– Update your software 7:37
– Don’t talk about the important things 8:20 #personaldata #phones #brightside SUMMARY:
– Hackers can install malware without your knowledge. It can easily enter your phone through MMS messages, mobile Internet, Bluetooth, or WiFi.
– There are special expensive devices to listen to phones. Typically, such a system consists of computers and a few telephones with special modifications.
– There are special listening stations that can be controlled by a professional operator with special education and extensive experience.
– So that no one can read and listen to your messages, instant messengers encrypt your dialogues. To “crack” them, you need a special decryption code. – The most commonplace and easiest way to put your phone at risk is to leave it somewhere without a password or give it to someone “to play" with.
– The easiest and most banal way – regularly change passwords on your gadgets to protect your phone. – An attacker won't be able to enter your profile if they know the password, but don't have an SMS code. – Don't leave Bluetooth on if you're not using it. Hackers can connect and you won’t even notice. – Don't connect to unknown networks! And the safest thing is to use a personal Wi-Fi modem.
– There are also apps that fully protect your phone. They block connections to dubious networks and communication channels, tell you if a strange activity has appeared on your phone, and encrypt your conversations.
– Most phones use the GSM communication protocol for calling. Unfortunately, this standard can be cracked by someone who has the necessary skills.
– You can always change it to a more secure connection, though, for example, to CDMA. – Don't connect the phone to the computer if you're not sure that it is clear from viruses.
– If you suspect that your phone is being tapped, then just try not to discuss important information over the phone. Do it in person. Music by Epidemic Sound https://www.epidemicsound.com/ Subscribe to Bright Side : https://goo.gl/rQTJZz
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What If You Had No Fingerprints



What role do fingerprints play in our lives? Yes, detective movies give a clear answer to this question. Also, scientists have only recently found out that fingerprints serve a person as the main mechanism of touch. Without them, it'd be difficult for you to read information and interact with whatever you're touching or holding in your hands. Patterns on the fingers play a very important role in the fine motor skills of the hands. Thanks to them, we can easily separate thin pages of paper from each other, type on a keyboard, get cards and money from our wallets, play the piano, guitar, etc. But besides that, could fingerprints determine your character? Other videos you might like:
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How about Gadgets? 0:24
Temperature 1:37
Sensitivity 2:22
Identification and uniqueness 3:25
Let’s talk about Touch 6:08
Main types of fingerprints 7:26 #fingerprints #yourpersonality #brightside SUMMARY:
– A very sensitive temperature sensor is located on our palms. Remember that when you're sitting at a campfire in nature, you're constantly stretching out your hands in its direction. Also in cold weather, you feel your hands freeze faster than the rest of your body.
– Every print of every person is unique. The probability that you'll meet someone with the same finger pattern as yours is 1 in 64 million. Even for twins with the same DNA, the prints vary. – In Ancient Babylon, about 2000 BCE, people left prints on clay tablets as a signature. Then, in the 5-7 centuries, they were used in China for the same purpose. – Scientists have recorded rare cases when a person was born with absolutely smooth fingers, void of prints. Such cases in medicine are considered a manifestation of a rare genetic tendency. – In addition to fingerprints, people also have unique prints on their tongue and feet. And with cats and dogs, nose prints are unique.
– The patterns on our fingers can also be an additional tool for reading information. An excellent testimony of this is massage therapists. – Each fingerprint is unique, but nevertheless, there are only three main types of patterns for them: an arch, loops, and a whorl.
– The first type is the arch. People with these prints are very responsible, calm and balanced. They don't get mad easily. – The next type is the loop. People with this pattern on their fingers put self-expression and self-development in first place, even if it doesn't bring material benefits.
– And the last type is the whorl. The predominance of whorls speaks of well-developed logical and analytical thinking. People with this pattern are better at learning new languages and math. Music by Epidemic Sound https://www.epidemicsound.com/ Subscribe to Bright Side : https://goo.gl/rQTJZz
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Titanic VS Modern Cruise Ships



The Titanic's only voyage ended in tragedy on April fifteenth, 1912. At the time of the disaster, it was the largest and most advanced ship ever constructed. Designed to carry more than 2,400 passengers and almost 900 crewmembers, the Titanic had certainly earned its name. But with over a century of advancement, how are today’s cruise ships different from those of Titanic’s day? Sure, we all know they’re now required to carry more lifeboats, but that isn’t exactly what makes them the life of the party. Other videos you might like:
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The largest cruise ship in 2019 1:56
What's the difference between ocean liners… 2:29
… and cruise liners? 4:17
How was the Titanic built? 5:58
And how are built modern ships? 7:27 #ships #titanic #brightside SUMMARY:
– The Titanic stretched 882 ft from bow to stern and had a beam, or width, of 92 ft. The ship’s nine decks rose to an impressive 175 ft.
– The SS Imperator would steal its crown a year later when it undertook his maiden voyage in 1913. – As of 2019, the largest cruise ship in the world is the Symphony of the Seas, which is operated by Royal Caribbean.
– 1184 ft across and 215 ft wide, her eighteen decks are double the Titanic’s height and provide spacious accommodations for well over five thousand passengers. – Think of it as the difference between a city bus and a tour bus. You board a cruise ship to have fun and an ocean liner when you need to get somewhere.
– First-class passengers would enjoy a saltwater pool, spa, gymnasium, and multiple restaurants decorated in the styles of French cafés and swanky New York hotels. – Second-class rooms were smaller and not as glamorous, but luxuriously furnished.
– Third Class, also known as steerage, wasn't quite so luxurious, although the accommodations were still nicer than on many ships of the same era.
– Modern cruise ships don’t really have classes in the way as the Titanic or even modern airlines. – Even the least expensive room on a cruise ship is still going to be about the level of a modest hotel room.
– In addition to TVs and in-room slides, there are many other amenities found on modern cruise ships that wouldn’t have been available in the early twentieth century.
– Shipbuilding had to come a long way before these immense mobile vacation spots became a reality.
– The Titanic was constructed in Belfast harbor on a special slipway built specifically to accommodate its unprecedented bulk.
– The hull of the Titanic was made up of thousands of these overlapping plates with the lower hull consisting of two layers. – Titanic's primary safety feature was the sixteen watertight compartments making up the lower decks. – Ships of today are still made from steel, but advancements in smelting and metallurgy have resulted in hulls stronger and less brittle than were possible a hundred years ago. – Speaking of the engines, modern cruise ships run primarily on either diesel, natural gas, or some combination of the two. – The most unusual aspect of modern cruise construction is that they're not built hull to funnel as a single construction. – The largest cruise ships and oil tankers are assembled in just six locations worldwide, the most prolific being the Hyundai Heavy Industries shipyard in South Korea. Music by Epidemic Sound https://www.epidemicsound.com/ Subscribe to Bright Side : https://goo.gl/rQTJZz
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What If We Weren’t Alone on the Planet



As far as we know today, humanity is the only intelligent species there is. And while astronomers keep searching for extraterrestrials, it got me thinking: what if some other sentient lifeform were right here on Earth? What would they be and what would it mean for us? Think about it: even if we find some other civilization among the stars, how prepared would we be to meet another intelligent being that isn’t human? It could become a problem for us. But if we were used to sharing our home with other non-human civilizations, we’d be much more equipped to engage in negotiations with aliens. Other videos you might like:
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Did you know that humans lived with Neanderthalsโ“ 1:21
Our closest rivals in the way of intelligence 3:16
What if we ended up with space refugees? 6:21
And what about… artificial Intelligence? 7:54 #aliens #dolphins #brightside SUMMARY:
– Several scenarios could lead us to share our planet with another sentient species. They could’ve evolved for millions of years alongside us. They might come here from another place somewhere among the stars. – Neanderthals looked very much like us and were also ancestors of primates. Their brains were even bigger than ours, and they used tools and cooked food.
– There’s evidence in some remains found in the territory of today’s Europe that humans lived with Neanderthals. – If Neanderthals lived with us and never went extinct, we probably wouldn’t even notice them now. – Our prime candidates are not primate at all. Some social monkey-like creatures, like chimpanzees or gorillas, are capable of using simple tools and communicating with each other. – Dolphins, though – they’re our closest rivals in the way of intelligence. – It’s already been proved that dolphins and some toothed whales have a complex system of signals, which even include calling each other by names. Their intelligence is quite developed, but absolutely alien to ours.
– Considering all that, a hypothetical world where we share our home planet with an intelligent ocean species is looking pretty good.
– Another possibility, yet quite outlandish is that we, after all, will meet extraterrestrial intelligent life. – These aliens will probably be unfathomably different from us, but they’ll certainly be social enough to show us more advanced science and engineering than ours.
– Their science might allow them to use something we have in abundance as a source of energy or food. – We’re already becoming an excellent training ground for developing stable relationships with a vastly different kind of intelligence. – The challenge with AI is that it has no bodily limits. It doesn’t need us as much as we would probably need it. – Yet, the AI that we have now is a good way to prepare ourselves and make the best of it in every possible way. Music by Epidemic Sound https://www.epidemicsound.com/ Subscribe to Bright Side : https://goo.gl/rQTJZz
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How a Combination Lock Actually Works



They’re just about everywhere – from lockers and luggage to high-security safes. The oldest one was made around 2000 BCE. You most likely use one every day, but have you ever wondered how it works inside? Let's unlock the secrets of a combination lock! A regular combination lock consists of twenty components, internal and external. Because it's meant to last forever without repairs or replacements, almost all of them are usually made of stainless steel which is coated to withstand corrosion. Getting inside the lock isn't easy. But let's see how it works! Other videos you might like:
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What the lock consists of 0:43
What each of the details does 1:38
How it all works with a combination 4:39
Popular locking mechanisms:
– Padlock 5:56
– Cam lock 6:27
– Deadbolt lock 6:46
– Barrel bolt 7:20
– Chain lock 7:42
– Electronic lock 8:05 #howitworks #lock #brightside SUMMARY:
– The inner case of the lock is home to all of the internal components, none of which are longer than two inches. This is the lever. It sits on a special support post right here. – The internal disc spring keeps the combination discs under tension so that you can dial the combination.
– Additionally, inside the lock case are the shackle collar and a latch that fits into the shackle notch.
– The main idea here is that the shackle has two possible positions: when it's down, the whole thing is locked.
– Another important player of team lock is the latch on the lever. It has a spring that's hiding inside the lever.
– The shackle is free to go, and the lever springs back to where it started. – One important rule of the lock is: the shackle will only come out if the lever can rotate. – Cam one is molded to the dial and only turns when the dial turns. – Each cam has an indentation, and a tooth on at least one side. – Technically, there can be more than 3 cams: four, five, or even ten. It would make the lock a real fortress.
– Padlocks are easily the most basic type of door locks. Like a combination lock, a padlock isn't attached to any surface but locks into itself.
– Cam lock is another super simple lock you wouldn't want to use for a safe. The basic element in it is a cam that turns when you insert a key to lock and unlock the mechanism.
– Deadbolt locks are popular for external doors because they’re reliable, easy to find, and good for their price. The locking mechanism has a cylinder that goes directly through the door with a keyhole on the outside. – A barrel bolt, or a sliding bolt, is only used on the inside of the door. It's definitely not the safest of locks, but installing two of them on one door gives at least some protection.
– A chain lock is much like a barrel lock. The main part of it is on the door, and the catch is on the door frame. – You don’t need a physical key to unlock an electronic lock, but a code you have to type on a keypad or a special card. Music by Epidemic Sound https://www.epidemicsound.com/ Subscribe to Bright Side : https://goo.gl/rQTJZz
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What If the Sun Was Twice Smaller



You've probably never thought how much the way you live on Earth depends on the size of the Sun! The Sun is a yellow dwarf: a perfect sphere of scorching plasma, generating a magnetic field 24/7. Despite being called a dwarf, its mass is 330,000 times bigger than that of the Earth! And the diameter of this giant is more than 864,000 miles! But what if it became a red dwarf? First of all, red dwarf stars are much colder than yellow dwarfs. So the climate all over the planet would be getting colder and colder, and it would become impossible to live too close to the North and the South poles. And quite soon, half of the planet would turn into an icy desert… Other videos you might like:
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What happened to gravity… 3:45
… and where did all the planets drift away? 4:30
Our new home 6:09
How we live there 7:48 #space #planets #brightside SUMMARY:
– It happened many centuries ago: something went wrong, and our star started to lose its mass.
– When our Sun turned into a red dwarf, it meant the end of life on our native planet, Earth. – Sadly, Earth turned out to be out of the Sun's habitable zone. The climate all over the planet was getting colder and colder, and astronomers' forecasts were getting grimmer.
– Quite soon, half of the planet turned into an icy desert. People had huge problems with food and other resources.
– Every next day was darker than the previous one. Dimmer sun meant that plants didn't have enough light to convert it into energy. – Since the Sun was becoming smaller, its gravitational pull on our planet was getting weaker. – Finally, our beautiful Earth turned into a lifeless chunk of rock covered with a thick layer of ice. – With the Sun turned into a red dwarf, the Solar System we had known disappeared. – Saturn and especially Jupiter used to partially protect smaller planets, including Earth, from asteroids! – Plus, thanks to gas giants, small space objects that still managed to sneak past them got ejected out of the Solar System faster. – And talking about the planet humans inhabit these days… it's Mercury. This planet is the closest to the Sun and the smallest in the Solar System.
– The ice-covered polar regions of the planet are in permanent darkness. It makes these areas incredibly cold. – Don't think that our new home was overjoyed to see us. We had tons of different, often unpredictable problems and obstacles. – Mercury still doesn't have any breathable atmosphere. That's why I can't take a relaxed stroll outside with my pooch.
– We live in towns covered with protective domes and go outside only after putting on a special suit.
– We also have to be very careful with the Sun's radiation. Yes, the star isn't as big or as bright as before, but it still emits enough radiation to end your life should you step outside without special protection. Music by Epidemic Sound https://www.epidemicsound.com/ Subscribe to Bright Side : https://goo.gl/rQTJZz
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Why Public Toilets Rarely Have Lids



Ugh, standing in line for the bathroom. Waiting your turn to a cacophony of flushes, stalls slamming open and closed, hand dryers blowing, and…other sounds. And why are some public bathrooms so stinky? Well, one reason is that the toilets in most public bathrooms don’t have lids, so the aroma lets loose. Could it be that city planners want the smell to chase you away, thereby speeding up the line? Is that why public toilets don’t have lids? Other videos you might like:
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– Lids keep you from getting sprayed when you flush! They also prevent stuff in your pockets, like your keys, from falling in. – At home, things like toothbrushes and medication are way better off bouncing against a lid than falling down the hole. Luckily, in public bathrooms there’s less of a chance of this, as the sink is usually in a separate location.
– Lids can be icky and we spread germs by touching icky things and then absent-mindedly touching something else, like our food or our face. – Another reason we have lids on toilets is to protect our pets. hat goes double for public bathrooms, which battle those germs we talked about with powerful chemicals.
– Ancient Rome’s public bathrooms were simply long wooden benches with several holes that patrons would sit over.
– Sometimes the toilets exploded! These explosions happened because the things that dropped into the toilets contained a mixture of hydrogen and sulfide: making a boom-boom!
– Romans weren’t the first to install public toilets—that honor belongs to the ancient city of Crete. Flourishing and flushing as far back as 3000 BCE, Cretans developed ground floor latrines that flushed by means of an overhead reservoir.
– After Crete, flush toilets disappeared until 1851, when an exhibition in London charged patrons a penny for the honor. – Lids cost a lot to replace, and they need to be replaced a lot! Believe it or not, people steal them! – And when the lids aren’t stolen, they break! Hinges are a weak spot on any toilet seat and, if the bathroom is busy, hinges get a lot of use—some of it rough.
– Every city has a budget, and spending a lot of tax-payer money on tougher toilet seats is a hard sell. It’s easier to just remove the lids altogether. Music by Epidemic Sound https://www.epidemicsound.com/ Subscribe to Bright Side : https://goo.gl/rQTJZz
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Why Public Toilets Don’t Have Lids



Ugh, standing in line for the bathroom. Waiting your turn to a cacophony of flushes, stalls slamming open and closed, hand dryers blowing, and…other sounds. And why are some public bathrooms so stinky? Well, one reason is that the toilets in most public bathrooms don’t have lids, so the aroma lets loose. Could it be that city planners want the smell to chase you away, thereby speeding up the line? Is that why public toilets don’t have lids? Other videos you might like:
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What to do if you drop your phone… down there 0:47 The best reason not to have a lid on a public toilet ๐Ÿšฝ 2:59
Keep an eye on your pet! ๐Ÿฑ 3:34
What ancient Rome’s public bathrooms were like 4:24
Exploding toilets ๐Ÿ’ฅ 4:52 #publictoilet #hygiene #brightside SUMMARY:
– Lids keep you from getting sprayed when you flush! They also prevent stuff in your pockets, like your keys, from falling in. – At home, things like toothbrushes and medication are way better off bouncing against a lid than falling down the hole. Luckily, in public bathrooms there’s less of a chance of this, as the sink is usually in a separate location.
– Lids can be icky and we spread germs by touching icky things and then absent-mindedly touching something else, like our food or our face. – Another reason we have lids on toilets is to protect our pets. hat goes double for public bathrooms, which battle those germs we talked about with powerful chemicals.
– Ancient Rome’s public bathrooms were simply long wooden benches with several holes that patrons would sit over.
– Sometimes the toilets exploded! These explosions happened because the things that dropped into the toilets contained a mixture of hydrogen and sulfide: making a boom-boom!
– Romans weren’t the first to install public toilets—that honor belongs to the ancient city of Crete. Flourishing and flushing as far back as 3000 BCE, Cretans developed ground floor latrines that flushed by means of an overhead reservoir.
– After Crete, flush toilets disappeared until 1851, when an exhibition in London charged patrons a penny for the honor. – Lids cost a lot to replace, and they need to be replaced a lot! Believe it or not, people steal them! – And when the lids aren’t stolen, they break! Hinges are a weak spot on any toilet seat and, if the bathroom is busy, hinges get a lot of use—some of it rough.
– Every city has a budget, and spending a lot of tax-payer money on tougher toilet seats is a hard sell. It’s easier to just remove the lids altogether. Music by Epidemic Sound https://www.epidemicsound.com/ Subscribe to Bright Side : https://goo.gl/rQTJZz
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