VideoSift shares a 3.5 minutes YouTube video showing the answer to "how does a slinky fall when extended by its own weight and then released? We discover the surprising answer using a slow motion camera that records 300 frames per second."
VideoSift shares a funny four minutes and 26 seconds YouTube video spoof/parody of MythBusters titled "Zombie Bite Myth" -- "Can you get turned into a zombie from just one bite? Aaron, Matt, and Kandi use science to find out in this episode of Myth Punchers."
There is also another episode titled "Time Travel Myth"
KQED QUEST has a bunch of videos that "explore science, nature, and environment stories from Northern California and beyond..."
This four years old KQED QUEST explains the six myths on pigs. Oink!
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Neatorama briefly talks about cheerleading and some of its famous cheerleaders.
Medical Xpress says "the older we get, the more difficulty we seem to have remembering things. We reassure ourselves that our brains' 'hard drives (HDs)' are too full to handle the new information that comes in daily. But a Johns Hopkins neuroscientist suggests that our aging brains are unable to process this information as 'new' because the brain pathways leading to the hippocampus become degraded over time. As a result, our brains cannot accurately 'file' new information."