Whitney Houston might have been a little off with that whole believing children are the future thing… I know we usually deal with pop-culture and cross-over themes but hey, it can’t hurt to be educational every once and a while. This is a pretty cool video by The American Museum of Natural History showing the Earth’s growth in human population over time. Let’s just say we’ve had a more productive past couple centuries when it comes to baby making: It took 200,000 years for our human population to reach 1 billion—and only 200 years to reach 7 billion. After watching this I have realized that we already have geeks and nerds to thank for all the technological advances we’ve made and now we gotta thank them for saving the overpopulation issue. Ya know, cause they aren’t getting laid thus no kids. The future is saved! Enjoy. Advertisements
Well, you all asked for a 20 minute cut of video games being played in over 70 movies and now you got it! Wait, you didn’t ask for that? Well, you got it anyway because it is too late to return it for a refund. At best I will get store credit, but to be honest, I don’t even really shop there. So, enjoy!
I think we all know why I chose this song…because we all love the movie Independence Day! Enjoy!
Guys, I know some of you are having a rough day. This should help with that. And if you are having a good day, well, this just might make it that much better. Enjoy Chewbacca Speaks English Bonus: Darth Vader Before Voice Over
Suck on that Back to the Future! That’s right, back in 1993 a fine young gentleman by the name of Michael Lee in his senior year at Mission Viejo High School (which I can only guess is a school for wizards) accurately predicted the Chicago Cubs winning the 2016 World Series. He claims that the prediction came to him in a dream. So if you run into this guy and he tells you when you are gonna die, start drinking chocolate sauce and punching police horses because your days are numbered! I assume we all want to punch a police horse before we die. Check below to see a needless video which really just takes a minute and a half to point out all the information you can see by looking at the picture above. Enjoy!