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How it’s Made: Toothpicks

tags: How It’s Made: Toothpicks, material science, engineering, technology, streaming video This video follows a majestic birch log as it goes through the process of being made into millions of itty bitty toothpicks.

How It’s Made: Chocolate

tags: How it’s Made: Chocolate, chocolate, food science, technology, streaming video After watching Charlie and the Chocolate Factory as a kid, I thought chocolate was made by oompa loompas who were employed by a fuzzy-haired man wearing a delightful purple velvet suit. I guess I was wrong.

tags: How It’s Made: French Fries, food science, engineering, technology, streaming video Long, skinny French fries .. are NOT EXTRUDED! Toldyaso! Don’t believe me? Watch this video! Yes, I win this argument! Muahahahaha!

How it’s Made: Aluminum Foil

tags: How it’s Made: Aluminum Foil, aluminum, material science, chemistry, technology, streaming video The video shows the process of producing everyday use aluminum foil from huge, raw aluminum ingots.

How it’s Made: Snowboards

tags: How it’s Made: Snowboards, snowboards, sports, engineering, material science, technology, streaming video This video describes in detail something that winter sports enthusiasts care about during this time of year!

How It’s Made: Bread

tags: How It’s Made: Bread, baking, agriculture, chemistry, food science, technology, streaming video This interesting video shows how bread is made in large, mechanized factories: from mixing the ingredients to shipping it out for consumption.