I was on YouTube and my dear classmate Laura Farias from 8th grade had pointed out this channel, AsapScience, and there happened to be one of those videos there once I entered YouTube. That's just how much luck I have! (Cause I am pretty great and life loves me.) Since I usually see videos like these, that must mean that these videos are good and interesting to post. So I thought I would put one too (and also because I had no idea of what to post). This video is called Why Are Olympic Records Always Broken? So, it explains how, like said in the title, why and how Olympic records are always being broken. It just explains stuff how they reduce friction making some of the events easier, or stuff how there is more population in the world now so there is more possibility for records being broken.
So, watch the video because it's interesting and I didn't post this for no reason so... Yeah. And you should comment, too. I guess... if you want.... :D