Imagining a World Without Math; The End of a YouTube Meme

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We realize there's only so much time one can spend in a day watching new trailers, viral video clips, and shaky cell phone footage of people arguing on live television. This is why every day The Atlantic Wire highlights the videos that truly earn your five minutes (or less) of attention. Today:

A world without math is obviously a lot scarier for some than for others. Grade school students not fully grasping long division, along with math-averse journalists (and bloggers) probably fall into the latter.  But we can all get behind this serious, funny and seriously PSA from Save The Children (along with cameos from Big Bang Theory, Modern Family and Daily Show stars) promoting their math education campaign in Bangladesh and Malawi:

Today we bid farewell to the "Dancing Matt/Where the Hell Is Matt?" phenomenon which started in 2006.. As The Daily What notes, it's Matt Harding's "final around-the-world dance compilation. Thanks for the great run ... err dance.

Punch Media's 32 and Pregnant doesn't quite have the same zing as MTV's reality series 16 and Pregnant, but we don't mind. In fact, we think we prefer the guilt-free, spoofed, yuppie problems that the 32-year-old moms are facing: Pre-school, insurance for home births, and figuring out the remote control to the ones the kids face:

And here's a whale spouting off rainbows. Happy Gay Pride month:

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