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What goes up, must come down in this compilation, but sometimes people get hurt in the process

This hilarious AFV compilation features 17 different fails — all of which involve people losing a battle with gravity.

If you’re going to fight a force of nature, sometimes you have to be ready to pay the price. And every one of these people have the scars, bumps and bruises to prove it.

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It doesn’t matter if you’re walking a tightrope while playing a guitar, paddle boarding, poorly attempting parkour or just goofing off with a sibling — gravity will always find a way to humiliate you. And, most likely, someone will be there to film it when gravity inevitably wins.

Twinkle Twinkle! This 5-year-old boy genius can explain the life cycle of a star | Anson’s Answers

The stars we see in the sky have likely been there for billions of years and they’ll probably be there for billions of years after us. Have you ever wondered how those tiny pinpricks in the sky got there? Our resident genius, 5-year-old Anson Wong, can explain exactly how they’re formed and how they die. He explained that all stars undergo the same basic set of steps.

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A nebula is the birthplace of a star, where a cloud of gas and dust float through space. As these star ingredients swirl around, it begins to collapse under its own gravitational attraction. This causes the center to heat up, eventually becoming a star.

Average star

Some nebulae become average stars after the gasses begin collapsing in. Perhaps the most famous average star in the whole galaxy is our very own sun. It’s considered to be a relatively small star. The sun is estimated to be about 4.5 billion years old. As it continues to age, it will continue to get bigger and bigger until it eventually extinguishes. But don’t worry — we still have a few billion years until that happens!

Massive star

Some nebulae become massive stars, not average stars. A massive star burns its fuel much faster than smaller average stars. Massive stars typically only last a few hundred thousand years.

Red Giant

Average stars eventually became red giants. This happens when the fuel inside the star runs out, causing nuclear reactions to start moving outwards, away from the core. As the reactions cool, it forms what looks like a red outer shell, which is where its name comes from.

Red supergiant

Massive stars age to become red supergiants, the largest stars by volume in the universe. Their temperature is much cooler than our sun.

Planetary Nebula

A red giant eventually turns into a planetary nebula, which is a glowing shell of hot gas.


Red supergiants become supernovae. A supernova is an explosion of a massive star. The explosion is very bright for a brief time, sometimes as bright as an entire galaxy! But in a matter of days, it fades again.

Neutron star

What’s leftover after a supernova is known as a neutron star. A neutron star is very compact and compress to the point where atoms are smashed. Only neurons with no electric charge are leftover.

Black hole

A black hole is formed after a massive star undergoes a supernova. All the stuff that remains becomes incredibly compact by a very strong gravitational pull. Not even light can escape it, making it impossible to see anything inside a black hole.

Our universe is full of mysteries, and little Anson loves to explore all of them! Check out new episodes of Anson’s Answers every Thursday!

Anson’s Answers features 5-year-old whiz kid Anson Wong. He has a college-level grasp on various areas of science, dreams of becoming the president and can speak multiple languages. Did you catch that he’s just 5 years old? Anson has a passion for teaching others and loves to share videos explaining the human body, the laws of physics and his ideas for the future. Grab a seat, because Professor Anson’s class is in session!

Stay in touch with Anson by following him on Facebook! 

Taunting your opponent is never a good idea, and one cocky MMA fighter has the bruise to prove it

It’s never a good idea to waste time taunting or teasing an opponent, and British MMA fighter Joe Harding learned this lesson the hard way in his match with French fighter Johan Segas.

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Harding landed a couple of shots and got cocky, he was just starting to dance when Segas kicked him square in the face and won the match by KO.

Almost every sports coach on the planet will tell you to never let your guard down. Especially if your sport of choice involves physical combat.

It’s not the first time this type of thing has happened to an MMA fighter:

Pffffff. Amazing head kick KO by Dominick Reyes. That head shake…. #LFA13 — caposa (@Grabaka_Hitman) June 3, 2017

This compilation of football related fails will crack you up and make you wince

For those people residing in the U.S., it’s nearly inescapable. On every TV and in every publication, the buzz and energy each year is inescapable for months; when it’s football season, everyone knows. If you live in America, when late summer moves into autumn, your life gets a lot more sporty — whether you like it or not!

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But if you’re a smart person, you’ll leave it to the professionals, unlike the people in this AFV compilation, who learned the hard way that football isn’t for everyone.

There are a few crashes, some bangs and plenty of wallops. Show this video to your kids if you’re trying to deter them from participating in the wonderful American pastime that is football!

This compilation of argumentative kids will make you think twice about starting a family

As adorable as this AFV compilation is, it’s likely to make you reconsider having kids — it features some of the sassiest kids we’ve ever seen!

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They’re all too young to know that you’re supposed to respect your elders, which makes for some hilarious viewing. These kids have absolutely no fear! They’re mad as hell, and they don’t care who knows it.

So if you’ve been thinking of starting a family, you might want to think again. Otherwise, you might be producing a squad of little hellions who will have no problem stepping up to the plate and fighting you over bedtimes and putting clothes on.

You’re drinking whiskey wrong — it’ll taste much better if you do this

Adding water to a glass of whiskey enhances the flavor.

That’s according to a new study, and it’s caused a lot of buzz among whiskey lovers.

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One of the compounds in whiskey, guaiacol, becomes more prevalent when watered down. Guaiacol is what gives the beverage its signature smoky flavor.

Cheers to this new information!

Who needs the gym? Here’s how to burn calories around the house

We’re busy and don’t always have time to hit the gym during the week.

Lucky for us, there are lots of ways to burn calories around the house.

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Some of these everyday tasks are even better than traditional workouts. Who needs a gym membership?

James Corden desperately wants to be Floyd Mayweather’s new hype man — but Floyd ain’t interested

James Corden desperately wants to become Floyd Mayweather’s new “Hype Man” ahead of the former world champion’s big fight with Conor McGregor.

The boxer made an appearance on Wednesday night’s episode of the “The Late Late Show,” but quickly regretted his decision to do so when the British host continued to be a nuisance.

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“This is the biggest fight ever, you’re going to need the biggest hype man ever,” Corden told Mayweather, who politely declined the the host’s offer.

Corden tried to show off some of his hype man skills, but to no avail. Corden is eventually dragged away by the boxer’s menacing henchmen, putting an end to that dream.

Let’s taco ’bout this insane wedding inside a Taco Bell

Earlier this year Taco Bell launched the national sweepstakes, Love and Tacos, to help promote the opening of their flagship restaurant in Las Vegas. The winners of the sweepstakes would get a fully paid for Taco Bell themed wedding, hosted at the Taco Bell Cantina in Las Vegas.

Video submissions flooded in all over the U.S., but one couple ultimately took the cake — or in this case, the taco. With more than 17,000 votes, Dan and Bianca Ryckert won their Taco Bell dream wedding.

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Their wedding package included airfare to Las Vegas, Taco Bell catering, Taco Bell merchandise, a professional wedding photographer, a room at the Planet Hollywood Resort and Casino, a private pool cabana, and VIP and spa treatments for two at Caesars Palace.

Research group finds 2-headed turtle 

The University of Central Florida’s Marine Turtle Research Group found a two-headed turtle in Brevard County during its research Thursday.

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The group excavates nests three days after the turtles hatch to determine how many eggs were laid and how many hatchlings emerged. 

Any straggler turtles are safely released into the ocean.

Read: Rare shark has even rarer two-headed offspring

During its latest research, the group found a two-headed loggerhead turtle.

Researchers said the turtle appeared to be healthy and energetic, and was released into the ocean, but not before a member of the group snapped a few photos.

Kate Mansfield, an assistant professor and lab director with the group, said her crew found a two-headed turtle on the same beach a year or two ago. She said the finding is rare, but not unheard of. 

Read: Rare two-headed python hatches, survives

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