Researchers have been studying LEGO longevity! Don't put them in the ocean, because they could last hundreds or even thousands of years - instead, maybe build something really cool to share with future generations. Plus: there's a new world record in the category of most walnuts cracked by an elbow in under a minute. Yes, that's a category.
The technology I like best is the technology that helps people do what they couldn’t do before, like a new brain implant that can put images from a camera in front of blind people. Plus: Rita Ebel is making the German town of Hanau more accessible for wheelchair uses, by using LEGO.
This week's videos are (very) loosely themed around desserts - fitting that we're all coming down from the Halloween sugar rush.
Four year old putting Legos to good use.
The 7-10 split is the hardest show in bowling, right? Well, an analysis from 2015 put that to the test - and the results were pretty surprising. Plus: an exhibit at New York's Hall of Science includes more than 100 classic works of art recreated with Legos.
We are covering a LOT of ground in this roundup, as you'll see.
To celebrate my oldest kid's birthday, we're taking a look at the many great eight year olds out there, making things a little more awesome.
"Papa, I'm playing Lego Zombie Apocalypse. The guys without heads are the zombies. The heads escaped. I have to catch all of them."