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Gelatin cubes dropped onto solid surface in slow motion

This video has no sound and that’s a good thing; Jell-O dropping onto a flat surface in slow motion needs nothing else to be entertaining. Slo-mo Jello videos aren’t rare on YouTube, but this one was made ...

The decomposition of a watermelon over 35 days

35 days of a watermelon decomposing.  Via laboiteverte.fr.

How to make cranberry mulled cider with Anthology Magazine

This video from Anthology Magazine is a lovely, visual How To for making cranberry mulled cider, a perfect recipe for the kids. Related watching: Cranberries!

Stop-Motion Biscuit Cake: A chocolate biscuit cake that makes itself

"…Dee joked that she has made her legendary chocolate biscuit cake so many times now that the ingredients could make it by themselves." And so begins the idea behind Alan Travers’ f...

Making an Iced Tea in Bangkok’s Chatuchak Weekend Market

Watch this street vendor make a Malaysian iced tea called Teh Tarik in the largest street market in Bangkok, Thailand. Physics + travel + food.  Thanks, @cosentino. 

Time lapse decomposition of a tomato over two months

Time lapse decomposition of a tomato over two months. 

Kinfolk Magazine: Harvesting honey

From Portland, Oregon's Kinfolk Magazine: a video from the story Honey Harvest: My first taste of honey from the bees was surreal. It is an interesting experience to taste your surroundings. With each season and ea...

Liquid sugar painting of a Chinese candy dragon

Now here’s some candy-making skill! Watch this candy dragon get drawn on marble with what appears to be melted liquid caramel or sugar. Despite the many videos found online of this art, the caption of this video...

Sick Science! Naked Egg experiment

The classic Naked Egg experiment… just get a drinking glass, some vinegar, a raw egg, and some time. What exactly will happen? When you submerge an egg in vinegar, the shell dissolves. Vinegar contains acet...

Music from a Tree – Diego Stocco

Remember sound designer and composer Diego Stocco? And now he’s made a Burt’s Bees commercial with the help of trees and other things in nature. From his project page: To celeb...

Just how small is an atom? – TED Ed

What is an atom and exactly how small is it again? And what’s in it? And how can I understand that in practical, everyday terms? — Grab a bowl of blueberries to snack on and we’re on our way with thi...

Handmade Portraits: Wild Hive Farm

"Consumers making a choice to buy a loaf of bread made with local flour has a lot of power… It enables the consumer to directly effect their neighbors, whether it’s the farmer that grew the grain, the cl...

In.gredients: Austin’s Package-Free Grocery Store

In.gredients is a new package-free grocery store that is opening in Austin, Texas in the Summer of 2012. Its mission as the US’s first zero-waste, package-free grocery store will support...

Sick Science! Homemade ice cream

Legend has it that the Roman emperor, Nero, is credited as the first person to make ice cream. Nero commanded slaves to bring snow down from the mountains, which was then used to freeze the flavored cream mixture. The...

Minuscule: The Caterpillar and the Brook (and more)

The Caterpillar and the Brook is from the animated series Minuscule. A French-made collection of short stories, Minuscule is about the private lives of ants, snails, bees, caterpillars, wasps...

Jiggling mushrooms travel on machines at the processing factory

It's a mushroom processing factory! Film a series of massive machines complete with automated conveyor belts, size sorters, stem choppers, etc and suddenly you've got kids who are fascinated how mushrooms get from the...

Sesame Workshop stop motion paper animations by Studio Nos

Created by Matthew Amonson and Jeremy Bronson of Studio Nos for Sesame Workshop, this film about an apple tree uses paper in a subtle and lovely way. They’ve created a few of these stop m...

Cheese-Flipping Robots and How Cheese is Made

So how does one make cheese? We know cheese is made from the milk of cows and goats, for example, but then what happens? From the book, How Did That Get In My Lunchbox, we know a bit, but th...

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