5 videos to watch for the weekend

You don't remember your 1st steps and odds are you would struggle to recall when your child took their 1st steps. Nick Turner has ensured he would not miss or forget his daughter Lucy's and thanks to YouTube neither will Lucy.

Jimmy Kimmel often takes to the streets to test just how much people know about subjects they have strong views about. In this video he wonders if those that have reservations about GMO products actually know much about them. It is both funny and scary.

Our news bulletins frequently feature news about hardships and deaths from human conflict. This video by Kurzgesagt makes and demonstrates the amazing reality that conflicts are at their lowest levels and if we can maintain the trend we may be able to one declare the end of wars.

Just making a paper plane is a challenge, so when this engineer set himself the task of building a machine that would not only fold but also fire the paper plane, you really have to take your hat off to what we are capable of building even if just for fun.

Rather Be is a smash hit for Clean Bandit, so when a capella group Pentatonix did a cover, it was sure to be pretty big too. Get the tune on your phone and set it as your alarm, if you must wake up this is probably one of the better ways to do it. The original is included above.


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