class is in session

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Yeah, it's just ridiculously majestic footage of Earth in all of its glory and splendor, nothing too impressive.

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About halfway through this you'll find your brain has tied itself into knots trying to understand how a two-sided piece of paper can have three sides.

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You may never get a chance to go to the moon yourself, but this the next best thing at least.

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Ryan Uhrich's animation tells two different tales of the beginning of the world in two different ways. First we have the creationists side of the story, told in scientific language. This is juxtaposed with the Big Bang and evolution told in Bible-speak and makes for some confusing (and amazing) imagery.

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The folks over at Melodysheep have done it again, this time featuring Bill Nye and Isaac Asimov prominently, as they sing about the dangers of climate change.

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Even now the house crisis is a confusing mess that in a lot of ways is damn near impossible to understand completely. That said, it's good to have a handy song to break it down.

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Great, now whenever I have to explain myself to my roommates I can tell them this!