Hello, I’m Daven Hiskey, you’re watching the TodayIFoundOut YouTube channel. In the video today, we’re looking at why the U.S. uses the electoral system, rather than allowing general citizens to vote on the Presidency. On December 13, 2000, Vice President Al Gore conceded the presidential election to Governor Bush. A day earlier, a lengthy and…Read More Why Does the United States Use the Electoral College and Not a Popular Vote to Decide the President?
[MUSIC PLAYING] One of the most interesting phenomenons of human beings is our creativity, right? I mean our ability to transform the world, our ability to imagine new possibilities, our ability to probe the perimeters of possibility, remix the present to see into the adjacent possible, which Steven Johnson refers to as a shadow future…Read More Find Your Creative Flow State
Hello everybody, my name is Markiplier and welcome back to Civilization 6. Now we got two people; two “friends” here. We’ve got Victoria of the English empire and then we’ve got Harald Hardrada of the Norwegian empire Who I’m gonna desperately try not to make fun of, but I know I’m gonna fail So we…Read More THIS IS FINE!! | Civilization 6 – Part 3
“The Voice Kids fridays on SAT.1 and on YouTube.” (Lena) “You were awesome.” (Thore) “Lena, you can take a deep breath.” “First we’re asking your coach colleagues.” (Thore) “Henning, how did you like it?” (Henning) “The most important thing is that you showed that you all had fun on stage.” “This is what the show…Read More Alicia Keys – Empire State Of Mind (Chelsea, Olivia, Mike) | The Voice Kids 2013 | Battle | SAT.1
The Forgotten Emperor of the United States and Protector of Mexico, Norton I His Imperial Majesty Joshua Abraham Norton I was born between 1811 and 1818 in England. Records of his birth date vary considerably, but it’s likely that the latter date is the correct one. His family immigrated to South Africa when he was…Read More The Forgotten Emperor of the United States and Protector of Mexico, Norton I
Medical science has advanced an astounding amount in the last 50 years or so and we can do things today that a half a century ago even in that era’s science fiction would have been considered science fiction. By the same token though, there were things done in the 1950s and 1960s that people today…Read More That Time Soviet Scientists Made Two Headed Dogs
Top 10 Soviet Victories in the Space Race 10. First Satellite Sputnik 1, the first craft to bear that famous name, was a humble 58-centimeter sphere featuring simple radio antenna. Not much to look at, it triggered the Space Race when it was launched from Site No. 1 in Kazakhstan on October 4, 1957. Sputnik…Read More Top 10 Soviet Victories in the Space Race — TopTenzNet
Top 10 Most Important Empires In World History 10. The Mayan Empire (ca. 2000 BCE-1540 CE) How does the Mayan Empire make it onto the list alongside such well-known empires like the Roman, British, and Mongol Empires? Easy. It holds the record for the longest running empire—almost 3500 years! That’s more than twice as long…Read More Top 10 Most Important Empires In World History
The term democracy has taken on many different meanings throughout history. Today, the term is so broad that even countries with seemingly undemocratic political structures still call themselves democracies. So then, what is a democracy? Well, simply put, a democracy is a system of governance where everyone IN the group gets an equal say in…Read More How Should Democracy Really Work?
For many Americans in the 20th century, holiday meals meant getting out the special Oneida Silverware. Stainless steel, ornamental and moderately expensive, it wasn’t a fancy dinner unless there was a Silverplate Oneida spoon on the table. Despite its traditional look, the history of Oneida Silverware is anything but. The company was originally founded by…Read More The Cult That Made Your Grandmother’s Fine Silverware