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Discussion in 'General Discussion' started by Zefan, Jan 10, 2014.

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    @ 1:24 I freaking lost it! :D:D:D

     
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    Some card tricks that look impressive and explanations of the maths behind them and some striking illustrations of how big a number the possible combinations of a deck of cards is.
     
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    Helmets really are good! This guy loves 'em!
     
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    Turn the volume up for the 2nd vid.
     
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    The spin doesn't seem quite as bad compared to seeing it the first time. Seeing how far away from the earth it was it didn't appear as bad but I'd imagine the actual experience would have been so much different. After all he did say at one point he felt he was going to pass out.

    Truly was chilling seeing him open the door and looking down. Though the view from above looked worse as he went than the camera shot attached to him as he fell.
     
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    Lindybeige humorously points out a few of the endless stream of historical errors that are the norm in programs set in the middle ages.



    Historical inaccuracy is so normal that if a film or TV company did portray things realistically it would look unusual and most people would probably assume it was all wrong. Hey, everyone knows that everyone in the middle ages was dirty, studded soft leather "armour" was all the rage and everywhere was lit by flaming torches all the time.
     
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    Can't link it but look for "Angry Truck Driver vs Migrants at Calais (Eng subtitles)". He goes mental at some parts :eek:
     
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