This summer National Geographic released "Genius," an exciting scripted series about the life of famed theoretical physicist Albert Einstein. Now, the Nat Geo team are seeding the spirit of Einstein with "Chasing Genius," an intriguing new initiative that tackles environmental sustainability, global health and world hunger with crowdfunded ideas from "geniuses" like you.View Now
Michaela Davert was born with osteogenesis imperfecta, a rare condition which makes her bones break very easily. Although Michaela has fractured more than 90 bones in 18 years, the upbeat "Funsized Style" star has found her voice as a trending YouTube fashion and beauty vlogger. View Now
Prepare to get your mind blown as Dan from The Danocracy puts this neato "mirror" spray to the test. Apparently, this product has been around for ages but it's the first time we've seen a mirror made from a plain sheet of glass. The DIY art potential in a single can is pretty exciting, too, especially if you decide to mirror (get it?) Dan's "tape" approach.
We're still in awe that Rosie Gabrielle is traveling the Arabian Peninsula solo on her trusty motorcycle. It's one thing to cruise through the Middle East, but juggling vlogging and filmmaking is truly a supernatural feat. View Now
In case you've ever been tempted, don't go dropping knives off skyscrapers anytime soon. Unless, of course, you're at a highly-supervised weapons test organized by the MegaBots Inc. team. As they build the perfect battle mech, their research recently led them to this giant ten-foot, 500-pound knife. Quite naturally, they wondered what would happen if they dropped it on an old clunker. View Now
More and more people are trading in their makeup sponges for "beauty blenders" made of silicone and other space-age materials, but now the trend has even spread to makeup removers and skincare. At first glance we don't know what to think of Boscia's revolutionary new cleanser—It's a ball of jelly, after all! View Now
As film has evolved, so has its female characters and the way they're represented through movie makeup. Early cinema, for example, had quite the flair for the dramatic. When American cinema entered the high-res digital age, however, Hollywood movie makeup became much more nuanced and natural by necessity. Thanks to 4K screens, audiences can spy details even down to a brush stroke! View Now
Because ordinary bees often get a bad rap from their Africanized "killer bee" cousins, Coyote Peterson's out to show the gentle side of European honey bees. The Brave Wilderness star even goes as far as to lose his scruffy beard for a new "bee beard!" View Now
It's been long enough since tassels were the latest fashion trend that they're finally on their way back! Why not get ahead of the social media fashionistas with The Zoe Report's classy DIY tassel tutorial? It only takes minutes to "tasselfy" your favorite sandals and earrings!
Our buddy Johnny T from Glove and Boots' latest video is a hilarious love letter to all you internet hypochondriacs out there. Though a little research never hurt, we've all (falsely) discovered we're dying at one point or another after Googling a common symptom like "Why does my head hurt?"
Stop surfing and see a doctor if you're really feeling that bad!
Even though online dating and "hookup" apps like Tinder and OKCupid are becoming more commonly accepted, some digital natives like this Korean bachelorette are reevaluating dating from a different perspective. Part of the appeal of online dating is that you can find your "soulmate" and screen out potential lovers from behind the relative safety of your screen, but will this eligible bachelorette find a special guy tonight, using the same kind of filters? View Now
Common sense says mousetraps don't play well with the human body, but The Slow Mo Guys are willing to take a few pinches for the team to walk away with some pretty amazing slow-motion video. All Gav and Dan need is a volunteer to jump into the mousetrap-covered trampoline, and Dan draws the short straw!
If you're going to eat like a Midwesterner, you'd better do it right. And who better than supermodel Karlie Kloss and Vanity Fair's "Our Man on the Street" Derek Blasberg to show us how it's done in this yummy how-to from Condé Nast Entertainment.
Pro Tip: prep your tummy for lots of fried foods and ranch dressing! You'll thank us later.
SoulPancake's back with another episode of "In Love or Not." If you're not familiar with the game, it's your job to watch Roy and Betsy's joint interview and consider their answers, body language, and general chemistry to decide whether they're still going strong or happily separated. View Now
You can never have too many sequins, and Alexys Fleming from Madeyewlook is out to prove it. Instead of gluing the 800+ odd sequins haphazardly on her face, she lays down an artsy paint base and arranges them to make a spooky, fabulous skeleton mask!
Deva Dalporto from MyLifeSuckers notices something odd about husbands and grocery shopping. Even though they call every five minutes for directions and help, somehow they leave the store with five bags of junk food and only half the actual shopping list!
Men, Deva's calling your bluff.
It's no secret German glamor model Martina Big admires everything "Barbie." It's that passion that led her through the familiar gauntlet of plastic surgery, injections and of course, breast enhancements. Just recently, Martina revealed her newest look—an extreme "crispy brown" tan.
In addition to the 50-tube sunbed she uses daily, Martina claims medical tanning injections are behind her almost overnight transformation.
Between adventures, Brave Wilderness star Coyote Peterson found his way onto the RightThisMinute set for an exciting interview with Christian, Oli, Charity and Gayle.
Oh, and look who he brought with him!