We've all been there: you bite into a hot pepper and then instantly regret it, clawing in vain at your tongue in the restaurant men's room. (Wait, that was just me.) Ever wonder just what, chemically and physiologically, is going on during that agony? The latest Science of Youtube episode lets you get all the fun facts while watching someone else take the heat.
John Pavlus and Christopher Mims, also known as Small Mammal, are here again with the latest episode of The Science of YouTube, the Popular Science video series that humanely anesthetizes YouTube videos, deftly dissects them, and labels their exposed organs for all to enjoy.
Awww man, popsci editors are getting even worse if they think that this is real. Give me a break, it's a carrot and makeup, the end totally gives it away.
Waves of pain? Give me a break! Your not pregnant dude! Oh, and people don't go to the ER from taking a little bite of a hot pepper!
ahahahaha.....funy...i could eat it....
but isnt the hottest pepper ofund in India -_-?
Very Funny... I like this word "Science of Youtube".