Childhood Culture Guide for Adults: Are We Really Colonizing Venus?

I tested the global youth culture Internet and the results were positive: this week everything worked out. We’re even talking about colonizing Venus, which is cool … if not impossible.

This week on TikTok: Brentley and Jeffrey are making new friends

I’m going to start a touching positive with the story of Brentley and Jeffrey. These two Canadian kids love movies, comics and slushy puppies, but they don’t have many other friends. So they turned to TikTok.

“If you live in Moncton, New Brunswick, or just New Brunswick, we really would like to be your friends, because now there are only two of us, you know?” Brentley said in a recent video .

The reaction was mixed. The haters said the video was depressing and pathetic. Others said that Brentley and Jeffrey are amazing and you will be lucky if you can spend time with them. But somehow, the video went viral and Brentley soon had thousands of new subscribers and millions of views. So he organized a meeting that was attended by a lot of great people and they even brought soda! Sometimes the Internet is not evil at all.

This Week Live: I Think You Should Leave, Season Two Is Live

If you haven’t seen Tim Robinson’s I Think You Should Go , I envy this is the first time you will see it. This is the funniest and smartest show on television. ITYSL delves deeply into humor through characters whose inability to navigate social norms inevitably leads to public outbursts of embarrassment. It’s fun; the perfect show for the internet generation. The first season led to the pervasive hot dog meme – a man dressed in a hot dog suit who promised to figure out the mystery of who crashed the winermobile, the perfect embodiment of the 2020 nightmare – so stop by and check it out before it happens. memified. It’s on Netflix. In the meantime, find Robinson ‘s Detroits , a criminally underestimated show on Comedy Central.

This Week In Video Games: American Troops Exit Afghan Pokémon Halls

Last week, US and NATO troops pulled out of Bagram Airfield in Afghanistan, leaving behind Afghan civilians facing an uncertain future and a few weak Pokémon. When filled with thousands of young soldiers, Bagram hosted a thriving Pokémon Go community with hotly contested gyms protected only by the strongest Pokémon. Now that the troops are gone, there is no one to fight with. The Pokémon Halls at Bagram Air Force Base, once home to only the strongest Pokémon with the highest CP, are now protected by the weak.

According to the “Stars and Stripes”, an insignificant little Lotad defended Chapel Soldiers at Bagram for ten days, and Aaron held another gym for two weeks. However, there is also a bright side, as noted by John Sutter, a Pokémon playing military. “I’m sure there is a kid somewhere in Afghanistan bragging about taking control of an American Pokémon gym,” he said.

This Week Amid Global Pandemics: Children Fake Positive COVID Tests

Intelligent British schoolchildren are reportedly faking COVID test results to take a weekend off at school. Before TikTok banned it, #fakecovidtest was a successful hashtag with over six million views. There were a lot of teenagers who offered to drain Coca-Cola, lemon juice and other substances in COVID tests in order to fake a positive result.

Surprisingly, it looks like TikTok videos weren’t just trolls: you can apparently interrupt a sidestream COVID test by dipping it in an acidic liquid like lemon juice, but positive results from that test are likely to lead to what is currently a hacked PCR test for confirmation. Plus, it’s just not a good idea.

“We are confident that this applies to a very small minority of students and that most of the tests are being used correctly,” Jeff Barton, secretary general of the Association of School and College Leaders, told iNews .

“However, we urge parents to ensure that tests are not misused, and we would advise students with an interest in chemical reactions to learn about them best in chemistry class at school,” he added in British.

Viral Video of the Week: How to Terraform Venus

I can’t even figure out how to keep the basil plant alive in your backyard, but science-based YouTubers at Kurzgesagt – In a Nutshell are figuring out how toterraform the planet Venus . The temperature on Venus is high enough to melt lead, and the atmosphere is almost entirely CO2, so it won’t be easy. The plan is to clear the atmosphere of CO2 by building mirrors large enough to block all sunlight from the planet, freeze the deadly atmosphere, and then send the CO2 to another location. From there, we’re going to somehow transport huge blocks of liquid water from Europa’s moon, and then create miniature artificial suns from space mirrors to … you know what? It won’t work. But it’s a funny video anyway. It’s good to hope that we will have a habitable planet in the future.


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