Enemy Unknown- UFOs in Viet Nam

I have a bunch of videos that I’ve had partially drafted, some for many months.
Cleaning Out the Video Backlog #1


Bedtime Stories- Feb 24, 2019 – 21:16
h/t Anna Puma
When the movie Predator released in 1987, audiences were captivated as they watched an unseen, extra-terrestrial interloper stalk and kill a highly trained team of US special forces. Little did we know that during the Vietnam war, the militaries on both sides had been attacked by something just as frightening and just as bizarre; a true to life enemy unknown.

I’ve Got Something In My Front Pocket For You

Blame rhennigantx on A♠ for this

radamanto2000 – 0:46 – Feb 5, 2007 – over a million views

I’ve Got Something In My Front Pocket (from South Park, ep. 805) featuring:
Fred Astaire
Oscar Wilde
Mencken
Tolstoy
Chesterton
Nabokov (the younger)
James Joyce
Charles Dickens
Enrico Fermi
Marlene Dietrich
Woody Allen

“I’ve got something in my front pocket for you
Why don’t you reach on in my pocket and see what it is
Then grab onto it
It’s just for you
Give a little squeeze and say ‘How do ya do’
There’s something in my front pocket
There’s something in my front pocket
There’s something in my front pocket”

Science Through the Looking-Glass

First time featuring vids from SciShow Psyche and Fermilab.

Alice in Wonderland Syndrome

SciShow Psych – Nov 7, 2019 – 5:20
Your head feels too big and things just keep getting curiouser and curiouser. Did you step through the looking glass or is it a super rare neurological condition?
Hosted by: Brit Garner

“We definitely can’t know for sure… some people have speculated that perhaps…” Science!

Term of the day: metamorphopsia.

5 Weird Things Your Blood Can Tell You

SciShow – Nov 17, 2019 – 11:01
Blood is a pretty remarkable diagnostic tool! It doesn’t just tell you about blood-related diseases, it can reveal information about everything from your brain to your unborn fetus. Hosted by: Michael Aranda

“Since we don’t totally understand how they work yet, the research group thinks those unknown factors might be why their estimate isn’t super-accurate.”
Science!

Term of the day: acylcarnitines
Bonus Term: cfRNA (cell-free RNA transcripts)

Hotter Than Death Valley | Weird Places

SciShow – Nov 18, 2019 – 6:36
With acidic puddles, lava lakes, and one of the most important early hominid discoveries, the Danakil Depression is home to all of the extremes.
Hosted by: Hank Green

“Scientists can handle uncertainty; it comes with the job.”
Science!

Term of the day: Polyextremophiles

What is quantum mechanics really all about?

Fermilab – Nov 18, 2019 – 10:18
Quantum mechanics is perhaps the most misunderstood of modern physics topics, with many counterintuitive concepts like cats being both alive and dead and with claims that something doesn’t exist until a human looks at it. In this video, Fermilab’s Dr. Don Lincoln boils quantum mechanics down to its essence and demystifies this mystifying theory.

“The wave function is perplexing. The simple and honest fact is that, despite a century of thinking about it, nobody knows what it is.”
Science!

And, just like the SciShow folks, uses “hopefully” ingrammatically.