What were last week's best popular science videos on Youtube?
Numberphile: generating random numbers with radioactive materials. And what is a random number anyway? (There's a second part.)
C. P. G. Grey: how does the Vatican work?
TEDTalks: are chimpanzees better at bargaining, and are they better strategists? Game theory and brain research in a video accidentally missed couple of weeks ago.
Head Squeeze: why can some people drink more than others? What is taste?
MinuteEarth: why are deserts where they are, and what is a Hadley cell?
SciShow: why do some species have more chromosomes than others?
TED-Ed: the great-grandson of Henry Ford talks about the next big challenge of the automotive industry: global gridlock. How we are going to solve it?