Mark Changizi explained an optical illusion with footage by Akiyoshi Kitaoka of his train seeming to slow down when zooming in on his camera.
The loving human to Thor the Brown Boston built an indoor pool for his hydrophilic pup when winters proved too cold to swim outdoors.
The Boston Typewriter Orchestra performed their original composition "Left Blank" as a submission for the 2023 NPR Tiny Desk Concert.
Sachin Sanghe is a talented micro-artist who carves detailed sculptures of real and fictional characters into chalk and pencil leads.
A Ted-Ed lesson by Carolyn Beans addresses the confusion around food expiration dates and the waste that this confusion causes.
An inventive man in Asheville, North Carolina put on a grizzly bear costume to scare off the wayward black bear in his yard.
Einzelgänger looked at what cats can teach us about happiness, according to the book "Feline Philosophy, Cats and the Meaning of Life".
Hirotaka Hamasaki, a creative teacher in Nara, Japan, makes adorable cartoon characters from fallen leaves and cherry blossoms.
The History Guy reflects on the long history of the dandelion, noting how it was once a useful medicinal plant before it was a pesky weed.
School of Life looks into why its difficult to get a good night's sleep and explains how honest self-reflection can be the remedy for insomnia.