Everybody keeps secrets, even from their loved ones. This advertisement takes that theme to a bizarre extreme.
From grinding serrations to spoon bowls, this short video details how our everyday eating implements are made.
Corrie Francis Parks animates pieces of paper currency and grains of sand to create a visual poem on global economics.
Even if this did go as planned we would never advise eating meat permeated with the fumes of super premium gasoline.
Another Perspective took photos every five minutes from two cameras to make this cool video of homegrown shroom growth.
When you live next to the Cascade Subduction Zone it's good to know what kind of big waves might be coming your way!
It might make some a little dizzy at first but they will nevertheless appreciate the skill involved in slipping through the kitchen pass.
Planning a trip to Mars or Mercury when the travel restrictions ease up? Keep in mind that gravity won't be the same.
Stenophylla is not only supposedly Arabica-like in taste but also possibly ready to withstand the rigours of climate change.
Watch as proprietor Yamane-san quietly goes about crafting his signature pizza toast in his old cafe outside Tokyo.
Once upon time the letters in the alphabet didn't all look the same or even make the same sounds as they do today.
"No other placental mammal that we know of prefers one side of the body so consistently, not even our closest primate relatives."
Drone pilot Björn Steinbekk almost boils his aircraft flying over the bubbling, red hot drama of the Fagradalsfjall volcano.
The middle of the night stencil piece depicts a prisoner descending a rope weighed down with a typewriter.
The typewriter may have been replaced by the keyboard, but it still finds work in Hollywood as an instrument of dramatic effect.
With plenty of scary anecdotes, the slideshow-style film explains the ways in which glue causes its sniffers to go batshit crazy.
Understanding the stakes and strategies involved in the fight against Covid requires for some educational props...
The talent behind The Cat in the Hat and The Grinch Who Stole Christmas wasn't all sunshine and lollipops.
Boiling down a writer's life to the length of a pop song is something only an hysterical purple puppet should ever do.
Jean-Yves Bordier makes butter using a 19th century technique that employs a big wooden wheel and his own hands.
The innovation produces five different waves to allow beginner, intermediate and advanced surfers to ride simultaneously.
The ancient island has been a fortress/religious complex for over 1,000 years, but only winged creatures have ever seen it like this...
Food historian Annie Gray walks us through the fascinating story of salt's long association with black pepper.
The seriousness of the pandemic doesn't mean we can't have the occasional giggle about our societal responses to it.
We might be in the midst of a sun-soaked heat wave, but one day our full patios are going to be introduced to the real Vancouver.
In this short explainer film from Mental Floss, we get the delicious lowdown on the history of Italian noodles...
From joyriding the cratered surface in a rover to the descent and landing of Apollo 15, these clips are pretty transfixing!
When trying to determine how ancient creatures moved around the landscape, it helps if we have some of their footprints...