This is another visual comparison video created by MetaBallStudio (previously), this time comparing the average distance traveled in one minute by various objects in the universe, including animals, machines, planets, etc. I learned a lot by watching it. Mostly, that I’m slower than a tree sloth or Galapagos tortoise. I
Because all it takes is putting in the time and effort and holding yourself accountable (alternatively, just buying the fat-burning snake oil I’m selling), this is a video of Youtuber Billy Brendan recording himself planking every day over the course of a month to document his exercise and weight-loss journey.
This is a side-by-side comparison of the music videos for Michael Jackson’s ‘Beat It’ and Weird Al Yankovich’s ‘Eat It’. Unsurprisingly, the ‘Eat It’ video is nearly identical shot-for-shot. You know, because that was the goal. I assume it was either this or footage from someone who swallowed a camera,
Created by visual comparer of things MetaBallStudio (previously), this is a video animation comparing the size of various dragons, starting with the diminutive ~60cm Azymondias and Mushu from The Dragon Prince and Mulan, and ending with the larger-than-galaxies Super Shenron from Dragon Ball Super. That is quite a range. So
This is ‘7777 Days’, Noah Kalina’s selfie-a-day project that he’s maintained for the last 21 years, with all his faces perfectly aligned, upscaled to 4K, and averaged over the past two months by Michael Notter using machine learning systems. Some more info about what you’re actually watching: …once the faces
This is a video of Australian TikTok user CalvinKrause rating the emergency alert sounds from various countries, and adding a little personal flair to the video in the process. So — which was your favorite? I really liked New Zealand’s and Greece’s. Still, I can’t help but feel like the
Gravity: I wish it wasn’t so strong on earth. But only for me, I wish it was doubly strong for everyone else. But enough daydreaming about me leapfrogging over everyone all day, this is a visualization created by planetary space scientist James O’Donoghue comparing the gravity on various bodies of
This is a visualization created by climate data scientist Neil Kaye using a world map to detail what percentage of the world’s population is asleep or awake at any given hour (assuming nightly 8 hour sleep periods). I learned a lot by looking at it. Mostly, that when the US