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300tube exurb1a   26 February, 2017

Making Stuff

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I know this isn’t the history of baking video you were waiting for. You have my sincerest apologies.

The monkey's name is Bertrand. He is a cymbal of hope.

In order of appearance, the humans at the end were:
Hunter S. Thompson – Writer
Ada Lovelace – Mathematician 
Leo Tolstoy – Writer
Alan Turing – Mathematician 
Vincent van Gogh – Artist
Richard Feynman –  Bongo populariser (and occasional Nobel Prize winning physicist)
Marie Curie – Physicist 

Full credit to: for the stock footage.

Music used: Edvard Grieg, In the Hall of the Mountain King from "Peer Gynt" -

Kevin MacLeod - Enchanted Journey - 
Kevin MacLeod – Eternal Hope - 

Relevant mystery link:

Well, you know how the old saying goes: if at first you don’t succeed,  give up immediately. 

On a more serious note, for those of you in the creative quagmire, you may enjoy David Foster Wallace’s speech, This is Water. It certainly restores my faith in humanity, anyway.