Cool Hearing Test: Are You a Superhuman?

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How Good Are Your Eyes? Cool and Quick Test

How good is your eyesight? Here’s a simple eyesight test that will show how sharp your eyes are. We all know that “eyes are the windows to the soul.” Do your windows need cleaning, or are they crystal clear and give a sharp picture of the world? Take this test to find it out! There will be 4 stages, and it will get harder and harder with every stage. The first one might seem like a piece of cake (and if you’re actually seeing a piece of cake we’ve got problems), but the further we go, the more concentration it will require. In fact, only 8 % of people can pass stage 4 because it is so hard. You will have the same task for every question in all the stages. The task is to pick 1 out of 10 colors which is different from the rest. To pass each of the stages, you have to find that odd one out in each task. If you fail once, you fail the entire stage. TIMESTAMPS Stage 1 Easy 1:11 Stage 2 Normal 2:23 Stage 3 Hard 3:53 Stage 4 Very Hard 5:29 Results 7:06 SUMMARY Congratulations to all superhumans out there who made it. Your eyesight is fantastic! 92% of people failed at this task, and you managed to rock it! There is a chance you are a tetrachromat. This smart word is used to define people who have more receptors in their eyes than others and can see more shades of different colors. Did you manage to make it through all 4 stages? If you failed, at what stage did it happen? Let’s discuss it in the comments section! Subscribe to Bright Side : ---------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- Our Social Media: Facebook: Instagram: SMART Youtube: 5-Minute Crafts Youtube: Have you ever seen a talking slime? Here he is – Slick Slime Sam: ---------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- For more videos and articles visit:

14 Stunning Facts That'll Make You Fall In Love With Numbers

Even if you’re not that big on statistical data, some facts can simply blow your mind. We’ve put together a list of some amazing facts you didn’t know about the Earth, humans, and even hamburgers. While it definitely wasn’t an easy task, tons of volunteers, environmentalists and students joined together with scientists to try and count the number of trees on the planet. As for the number of stars in the Milky Way, that job was left just to the scientists themselves. The results were pretty shocking: there are almost 3 trillion trees on our planet and only 400 billion stars in the Milky Way. The biggest portion of the German population belongs to people between the ages of 25 and 54. They form the prime working age group and take up 40% of the whole population of the country. Over the last century, from 1917 to 2016, Mary and James held the record for the most favorite baby names for many parents. The People's Republic of China is a truly “golden republic” since it’s the world's largest gold producer. The average person takes 7,500 steps a day. The average life expectancy, in turn, is 80 years. Based on this information, researchers calculated that we walk nearly 110,000 miles over our lifetime. Americans clearly love television more than any other nation in the world. It turns out, they spend one fifth of their day, or 270 minutes, watching their favorite programs. The United States is the biggest source of spam, sending almost 18% of the world’s junk mail. Turkey and Russia came second and third, respectively, sending the world 9% and 8% of its spam. McDonald's has many fans all over the world, so it comes as no surprise that the company sells 75 hamburgers every single second. Music: Nutty Comedy – Biz Baz Studio Mr. Sunny Face – Wayne Jones Fun Activity Montage - Biz Baz Studio TIMESTAMPS There are less stars in the Milky Way than there are trees on Earth. 0:34 Germany has the lowest share of child population in the world. 1:30 Mary and James are the most popular baby names. 2:15 China can also be called the “golden republic”. 2:58 There are more than 200,000 Karlssons in Sweden. 3:35 Over the last millennium, the Earth’s population has become over 22 times larger. 4:14 In a lifetime, you walk a distance that could wrap the Earth 4½ times. 4:57 People in the U.S. watch over 4 hours of TV a day. 5:33 Saturday is the least common birth day. 6:10 90% of the emails people receive is spam. 6:47 Denmark has the most working mothers in the world. 7:28 McDonald's sells 75 hamburgers every second. 8:07 1,700 people become millionaires in the U.S. every day. 8:40 Bangladesh has a bigger population than Russia. 9:26 SUMMARY -It turns out there are almost 3 trillion trees on our planet and only 400 billion stars in the Milky Way. -According to the distribution of population by age, only 12% is under the age of 14 in Germany. -Almost 5 million boys were named James and 3 and a half million girls were called Mary from 1917 to 2016. -For the last 10 years, China has been producing approximately 440 tons of gold each year. -There are over 200,000 Karlssons and almost 240,000 Anderssons in the country. -On July 1st of the year 1000, there were only 275 million people on the planet, while today the population of Earth is 7 billion people. -Researchers calculated that we walk nearly 110,000 miles over our lifetime. -Americans spend one fifth of their day, or 270 minutes, watching their favorite programs. -Saturday is the least common birth day with 12% of births. -According to a report from Cisco, about 90% of all email sent worldwide is spam. -Denmark has the most mothers in its workforce: 82% of them work after having a baby. -McDonald's sells 75 hamburgers every single second, and you can see how much of each menu item they’ve sold worldwide in real time online here:; -According to Bloomberg and based on projections by the Boston Consulting Group, by the year 2020, 3.1 million new members will join the millionaires' club. -Bangladesh, a country about the size of Iowa, has a lot more people (165 million) than the biggest country in the world, Russia (144 million). Subscribe to Bright Side : ---------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- Our Social Media: Facebook: Instagram: 5-Minute Crafts Youtube: ---------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- For more videos and articles visit:

13 Things You Shouldn't Dump Down the Drain

There are some substances that are particularly dangerous for your drain. Follow some simple rules and avoid dumping certain things down your drain to save your money and nerves. Why is a clogged drain so terrible in the first place? The most obvious reason is that you can do serious and expensive damage to your kitchen or bathroom. Plus, the water in your drains is dirty already, and it obviously gets worse with garbage inside. Finally, not only does it give off a terrible smell, but it can also cause complications with certain health conditions like asthma or allergies. Next time you’ve had a delicious meal, scrape any leftovers from your plate into the trash where they belong instead of washing them down the drain. Remember that eggshells, coffee grounds, oils and fats, as well as flour, should never go in your drain. Some people think that medicine dissolves easily in water, so they throw expired pills down the drain. In reality, they don’t dissolve in water, they contaminate it. Hair is one of the most common reasons why pipes get clogged in the bathroom. When the hair goes into the tub’s drain, it gets stuck inside and forms a ball that acts likes a net for other waste. Condoms and feminine products are a nightmare for your toilet’s pipes and drain, as well. TIMESTAMPS Rice and pasta 0:25 Eggshells 0:59 Milk 1:30 Flour 2:10 Coffee grounds 2:36 Oil and fats 3:00 Medicine 4:09 Hair 4:36 Stickers from fruit and jars 5:13 Building waste 5:40 Condoms 6:03 Cigarette butts 6:30 Feminine products 6:55 SUMMARY -Pasta and rice absorb water and expand blocking the drain. -Eggshell pieces can get stuck to each other and form one big massive hunk over time. -If you pour it down the drain in large amounts, milk can cause some serious environmental problems. -Imagine flour and water combining inside your drain and making a glue-like substance. It can attract other waste and form a huge clog. -Coffee grounds are one of your drain’s arch nemeses. -Cooking oil mixes with other kinds of waste and strengthens their clogging powers. -Believe it or not, medicines don’t dissolve in water, they contaminate it. -When the hair goes into the tub’s drain, it gets stuck inside and forms a ball that acts likes a net for other waste. -Stickers themselves are made of materials that take a very long time to decompose, plus, they have glue on them. -Never put building waste, be it even tiny pieces and powder-like debris, down the drain. -Condoms can stretch really well and get stuck inside pipes or get filled with air, water, or other waste which will lead to a very serious clog. -Cigarette butts are made of a synthetic material that never dissolves and harmful chemicals, like nicotine, which can contaminate the water supply. -Remember that feminine products can dramatically increase in size, and it leads to a very serious clog. Subscribe to Bright Side : ---------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- Our Social Media: Facebook: Instagram: 5-Minute Crafts Youtube: ---------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- For more videos and articles visit:

That's What Will Happen to Earth and Us In 1,000 Years

Bright Side found out whether our future is doomed or bright – here is a list of the most exciting predictions for a new millennium. You could expect super-fast computers, but a house that you can disassemble and put together in a minute? Wow. One year ago in his speech at the Oxford University Union, the legendary Stephen Hawking proclaimed that humanity can only survive for another 1,000 years. We wanted to know whether our future is doomed or bright, and so we compiled the most exciting predictions for a new millennium. TIMESTAMPS Humans will live for 1,000 years 1:07 We'll be able to transfer our minds to different bodies 2:01 Humans will move to another planet 3:11 We will all look the same 4:35 There will be super-fast intelligent computers 6:11 Humans will become cyborgs 7:05 We will all speak the same global language 8:55 Buildings will assemble and disassemble on command 10:12 Nanotechnology will solve the energy and pollution crisis 11:41 SUMMARY - In 1,000 years, medical engineers could design remedies for each component that causes tissues to age. Gene editing tools are already here, which could potentially control our genes and make humans immune to a disease. - In 1,000 years from now, the only way for humanity to survive might be to establish new settlements in space. - Humans will develop a larger forehead, larger nostrils, larger eyes, and more pigmented skin. - In 1,000 years from now, computers are predicted to match and overtake the computational speed of the human brain and solve tasks that take a normal computer a decade to solve. - In 1,000 years from now, merging with technology might be the only way for humanity to compete with Artificial Intelligence. - Linguists predict that 100 years from now 90% of languages will disappear due to migration, and those that remain will become simplified. - In the future, humans are likely to be able to create a virtual world around them, using the concept of utility fog. - 1,000 years from now, nanotechnology will be able to clean up environmental damage, purify water and air, and capture the energy of the Sun. Subscribe to Bright Side : ---------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- Our Social Media: Facebook: Instagram: SMART Youtube: 5-Minute Crafts Youtube: ---------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- For more videos and articles visit:

16 World Records You Can Break Any Minute

Hey guys! What about breaking a record? You probably think that Guinness World Records are something only a chosen few can do. But what if I told you that there are records you can break at literally any moment without leaving your home? On top of that, some of them don't need any specialized training! For example, in 2010, the citizens and students of Ordos City, China, created the longest human domino line. It was 4.47 miles long and consisted of 10,267 people. It's hard to believe, but the participants spent 69 minutes and 43 seconds completing this unusual domino line! Are you ready to challenge yourself and do something like that? Other videos you might like: What If You Stopped Sleeping for a Week? 11 Illegal Things You Do Every Day 20 Absurd Things That Were Absolutely Normal In the Past TIMESTAMPS: Bang that cup! 0:23 The longest human domino 0:59 Pea blowing 1:33 Clip your face 2:07 Kick it off! 2:34 Tennis balls record 3:14 Sticky business 3:41 Arrange your alphabet soup! 4:15 Tape me to the wall! 4:44 Let’s go for a moonwalk! 5:19 The longest shoe line 6:00 An egg cracker 6:37 TV marathon 7:23 The fastest window cleaner 8:01 Quench your thirst! 8:35 Shower race 9:18 Music by Epidemic Sound SUMMARY: - It seems that a cup percussion ensemble is a pretty fantastic thing. Such a performance in Xi'an, China, earned a Guinness World Record on May 21, 2017. 2,398 people gathered together and performed the song "Pursuing." - Have you ever entertained yourself by blowing peas? Then you have a chance of breaking the record of Coby Cotton from the US. He managed to blow a pea 26.24 ft. This amazing event took place on February 13, 2018. - Silvio Sabba from Italy set a curious (and probably pretty painful!) world record on December 27, 2012. On this day, he clipped 51 clothes pegs to his face. It took him just one minute. - Silvana Shamuon from Waterloo, Canada, became a famous record holder after she kicked 59 items off people's heads in one minute in 2016. Since then, nobody has been able to break her record. - If you know how to keep your balance and you're on friendly terms with tennis balls, you can try to break another record of Silvio Sabba, the guy I've already mentioned. The Italian managed to hold a whopping 26 tennis balls in just one hand! - The employees of the company made the longest line of sticky notes. In one line, there were 114,741 pieces collected from all over India. The length of the line was 5.18 miles! - If you have a lot of space at hand and some moonwalking skills, you have everything you need to beat the next world record. The longest distance a person moonwalked in an hour is 3.54 miles. - Ross McCurdy from the US cracked 32 eggs with one hand. So far, this has been the largest number of eggs cracked within one minute. - Do you want your windows to be always clean? Then start training to break the world record for the quickest window cleaning! The current record is pretty impressive: 3 office windows in just 9.14 seconds! Nobody has been able to achieve better results since 2009. - The fastest time recorded for a person drinking 16.9 oz of water was 1.75 seconds. It happened in London during the XFM Breakfast Show in 2014. - Just how much time do you spend in the shower? The less, the better — at least if you want to break the world record for the shortest shower ever taken. The current record is 33.18 seconds. Subscribe to Bright Side : ---------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- Our Social Media: Facebook: Instagram: 5-Minute Crafts Youtube: Photos: East News ---------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- For more videos and articles visit:

An average human is capable of hearing frequencies from 20hz to 20000hz. Are you a superhuman or worse than average? Check it out!

The older we get, the harder it becomes for us to hear high-frequency sounds. The worse it gets, the fewer chances you have of hearing the birds sing, the beeping of your microwave, and even consonants like s,h or f. You don’t want that to happen to you, right? Do you have any reasons to worry about it? How can you test your ears?
Here's a simple, but 100 % accurate test you can take, and we are going to run it in a few moments. When it’s done, we are going to share some fun facts on hearing we bet you didn’t know.
What should you do? Put on your headphones. Make sure you are in a quiet place, with no background noises.

Test description 0:35
Best hearing test ever 2:15
Results 3:05
10 fun facts about hearing 3:46

How many of you turned out to be superhumans who could catch the sound at 150? Anyone? Oh, yours was 120? That’s pretty amazing, too. 110? That is also better than the average result. Well done! Now, let us see how many of us hear have average or better than average hearing.
If your results are not so good, do not panic. Your age influences your ability to hear high frequencies, remember? If it’s really bad, try it again. Maybe the sound was off on your computer. If you are perfectly sure it’s not the computer to blame, you might want to see a doctor to figure out what’s wrong.

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