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11 Ways The World Could End

Since the 1500s, there have been more than150 documented predictions of when the world is going to end. Luckily for us, none of themhave come true…yet. However, you'll be surprised that not allof them are destructive. Here are some terrifyingly amazing ways theworld, genuinely could end. When you think of scientists working on superviruses, you probably picture Hazmat workers, deep in a mountain bunker, studying vats fullof insidious green liquid. But these labs do actually exist! Maybe notworking for some shady Bondstyle villain looking to ransom the world away to the highestbidder, but for pharmaceutical companies and

government agencies studying ways to curedangerous pathogens. But what happens when a vial full of an extremely dangerous virusbreaks out of containment, or is misplacedé Over the years, there have been numerous documentedcases of dangerous viruses escaping from laboratories around the world. One of these happened asrecently as 2009. A group of scientists based in Europe, workingwith Baxter Pharmaceuticals, were conducting lab tests on a seasonal flu strain.Without realizing it, Baxter had sent them live supplies of the H5N1 virus, better knownas “bird flu,â€� which has a mortality rate higher than 60%. One of the world's deadliestviruses was handled and distributed to three

other labs without any pathogen safety protocolsin place. The grave error was only realized when onelab worker in the Czech Republic inoculated a group of ferrets with samples of the “seasonflu� batch, and was horrified when they all died.The scientists were immediately placed under quarantine and monitored for signs of thedeadly virus. Luckily, none of them were infected and all the scientists were freed with a cleanbill of health. Two years later, these same strains of avianand human flu were combined in a laboratory, successfully creating “the most dangerousvirus in history.� The virus was highly

pathogenic, while retaining its dangerouslyhigh fatality rate. If it got loose, it could kill 60% of the world's population in afreakishly short amount of time – a truly apocalyptic notion.Some say it's only a matter of time before this kind of virus escapes containment andwreaks havoc on mankind. After going through two world wars, you wouldthink that the world would have learned to get along by now. But unfortunately for thesurvival of humanity, we are constantly under threat of triggering the final war – NuclearArmageddon. Mutually Assured Destruction, like its acronymsuggests, is one of the maddest doctrines

ever devised. It ensures that if a countrywere to ever use a nuclear weapon on another state with the same capability, both sideswould unleash their entire nuclear arsenal, bringing about the complete annihilation ofboth countries. With the resulting nuclear winter, and the likely participation of othercountries in the exchange, this would almost certainly lead to destruction and death onan apocalyptic scale. There are over 15,000 nuclear warheads inthe world, with more than 4000 ready to fire at any one time. That would make one hellof a firework show, but probably not one you'd want to be around to watch.There have been a few “close calls� since

we first developed nuclear weapons. A surprisingnumber of these were technical glitches that nearly started World War 3, on both sidesof the Cold War. The average yield of a modern nuclear weaponis around 500 kilotons of TNT, that's 25 times more powerful than the bomb droppedon Nagasaki. Each one of these 500 kiloton bombs are powerful enough to flatten hugeparts of a large modern city such as New York, or London.And there exists some truly unimaginably powerful weapons, like the Tsar Bomba, which had ayield of more than 50 megatonnes. That's two and a half THOUSAND times more powerfulthan the one dropped on Nagasaki. Thankfully

PreHistory of Online Tutorial

Good morning, John! Most of you, 99%, aren'tgonna be able to be at VidCon and, so, you don't wanna hear about how great it's gonnabe. So, in lieu of being at VidCon or either if you are gonna be there, I'm gonna giveyou an assignment. VidCon is all about celebrating and appreciating the culture of online tutorial.But as, John, you so wisely pointed out last tutorial, we're pretty old. The first time Igot obsessed with a tutorial that I downloaded from the internet was 1998. The year beforethat was when the very first viral internet tutorial happened uh, it was just this dancingbaby. Except you gotta go quot;UGACHACA UGAUGAUGACHACAUGAUGAUGAquot; (keeps chanting that while singing)

I can't stop this feelin', deep inside ofme.quot; In fact, I have been into online tutorial forlonger than some of you have been in the world. Which makes me.kinda depressed. But it alsomight actually make me that elusive thing an expert. So, here's what we're gonna do.You're gonna listen to me talk about how great the old days were and then you're gonna indulgeme by going to watch a bunch of old online tutorial that I think is better than anythingbeing created today, despite mountains of evidence to the contrary. It's just like anyother course you've ever taken. The dancing baby is not in the category of things thatI think are really fantastic and great. But

a couple years later, in the year 2000, aproject was launched that became the best, and remains the best, online tutorial projectin history. Homestar Runner is some kind of bizarre, alien thing that lives in Free Country,USA, with his friends: his girlfriend, Marzipan, who's a baseball bat with hair in a dress;Coach Z and PomPom and the Cheat and King of Town and Strong Mad, who is just a square,and Strong Sad, who is sad and circular and Strong Bad, who, despite having boxing glovesfor hands, types out responses to emails every week. There's so much good HomestarRunner content! You need to grab a friend and take them and take this wonderful thingthat exists into your life! It's really good.

HomestarRunner . Check it out. And notethat when we started watching that show, that little thing took up our entire computer monitors!And then weep for us. There's a kid just fell off a bike outsideof my window. He's okay. He's fine. At the same time as Homestar Runner, therewas all kinds of really interesting Flash animation stuff happening: The End of theWorld, All Your Base Are Belong To Us, Peanut Butter Jelly Time these are things thatare important pieces of the culture of the Internet. We also got what was probably thefirst Internet native genre of tutorial, the animutation. The animutations were broughtinto the world by a lot of different people,

but they were pioneered by a guy who you mightknow from his later work, quot;The Mysterious Ticking Noise,quot; Neil Cicierega. But when bandwidthgot good enough, people could actually start to send and receive tutorial. THIS kind of tutorial.And the most important tutorial series of all time was, of course, quot;The Show with Ze Frank.quot;The show revolutionized tutorial. It took advantage of the fact that the Internet is a twowaymedium. It allowed people to participate in the project. It wasn't just about Ze; it wasabout the entire sportsracer community. Pretty much anything you watch on YouTube nowadaysis either directly or indirectly influenced by Ze Frank. All this stuff was extremelyimportant in the Internet's ability to establish

itself as its own, standalone legitimateculture, and since YouTube came along, yes, many more amazing things have happened. Somuch amazing stuff is being made now that of course, I can't even start to talk aboutwhat's happened since YouTube existed. This is almost a kind of prehistory of Internettutorial that I'm talking about right now, and I think that it's important for us to understandthat stuff, for us to know where it all came from. Also, it's just amazingly fun to enjoy,so grab a friend, click the links in the description and just enjoy. Now I have to go back to VidCon stuff. I wantthis tutorial to keep going! I want to keep making

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