The Flash Season 5 Episode 2 Promo - Reverse Flash Scene Explained

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History of the Future Flash (Future Barry Allen) | Future Flash vs The Flash (Savitar True Identity)

Its time for the history of the future flash from the new 52 comics. This Future Flash has a cooler suit, more tech, is way faster and is kinda evil. Subscribe ► http://bit.ly/2cEbR1W Twitter ► http://bit.ly/2duiLMm Flash Season 3 ► http://bit.ly/2l0GPo6 Arrow Season 5 ► http://bit.ly/2kN8v4Q Supergirl Season 2 ► http://bit.ly/2m8P2LY Legends of Tomorrow Season 2 ►http://bit.ly/2lRX4YP Legion Season 1 ►http://bit.ly/2lRZlTT Agents of Shield Season 4 ► http://bit.ly/2lq6FFT History of Playlist: http://bit.ly/2g11APX Origin Story Playlist: http://bit.ly/2g1Rh0c History of Legion (David Haller) ► http://bit.ly/2oeunUu Who is Savitar ► http://bit.ly/2pnDR0A History of the Shadow King ► http://bit.ly/2oexnA1 History of the Black Flash ► http://bit.ly/2oCBSqO Awesome Art by TurboChickenDesign: https://twitter.com/turbochkndesign - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - Born Bartholomew Henry Allen also known as Barry Allen is The Flash and future version of himself 20 Years in The Future. Blaming himself for the death of Wally West and determined to make it right, he begins killing his enemies. Doing this will allow him to gain enough speed to travel back in time which will allow him to fix his mistake and save Wally West. - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - -

Extended Cut: Ellen and Tyler 'Ninja' Blevins Play 'Fortnite'

With the mega success of video game "Fortnite," Ellen invited one of the most popular gamers in the world, Tyler "Ninja" Blevins, to teach her how to play. Watch as Ninja chats about how he got into gaming, and attempts to teach Ellen how to play. #Ninja #TeamNinja #Fortnite

The Flash- All The Speedsters

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7 Animals You'll Be Glad Are Extinct

7 extinct animals you'll be glad are extinct! From prehistoric creatures to scary predators, these dinosaurs & beasts are nightmarish. Subscribe for new videos: http://goo.gl/SaufF4 Voiceover by Rodney Tompkins: https://www.youtube.com/c/BigBadada2012 7: The Dire Wolf During the Pleistocene, the dire wolf also known as Canis dirus inhabited different areas around North and South America. Although the average dire wolf was similar in size to the larger specimens of present day’s grey wolf, its vicious bite was the strongest of any Canis species to date. Their teeth were also larger and featured a greater shearing ability. It is also believed that they used their bite to crush the bones of their prey and eat the marrow in order to extract the maximum nutritional capacity out of each kill. Based on the numerous specimens recovered from the La Brea 6: The Smilodon The smilodon is one of the best known species of what is commonly known as the saber-toothed cat. Smilodons inhabited regions in the Americas during the Pleistocene era, around 1.6 million to 10.000 years ago. Thousands of smilodon fossil specimens were discovered in the La Brea Tar Pits in Los Angeles, US. Their most distinctive features were their canines which could grow as long as 12 inches for the Smilodon populator, the largest of the smilodon species. Their height was estimated 5: The Terror Bird The Phorusrhacidae also known as the terror birds were a type of large carnivorous flightless bird. It was the apex predator in the South American region, during the Cenozoic era. Terror birds ranged in height with the largest specimens standing almost 10 feet tall. They had large heads and powerful beaks but also great flexibility in their long necks. This enabled them to deliver devastating strikes on their prey. They would often use their height as a means of intimidation. Before delivering a downward attack 4: The Spinosaurus Similar to the T-Rex the Spinosaurus was also a theropod dinosaur meaning that it was a massive land carnivore. It lived during the Cretaceous period, approximately 112 to 97 million years ago, mainly in the swamps of North Africa. Its scientific name, which translates to ‘spine lizard’, reflects the dinosaur’s most distinctive feature. The Spinosaurus had tall neural spines growing on its back vertebrae which were connected to each other by skin to form what scientists have referred to as the ‘sail’. The sail’s function is still unclear. With its sail fully extended the Spinosaurus 3: The Titanoboa The titanoboa is the largest genus of snake ever discovered with an estimated weight of 2.500 pounds and a length of almost 50 feet. Upon its discovery it was believed that the titanoboa was an apex predator of the Palogene epoch inhabiting Earth’s tropical regions approximately 50-60 million years ago. However, later analysis indicated that the snake was mainly piscivorous, meaning that its diet consisted mostly of fish. When it would take on larger prey, the serpent would use its massive body to constrict its prey 2: The Tyrannosaurus Rex The name ‘Rex’ comes from Latin and translates as ‘king’. Considering the fact that the Tyrannosaurus Rex is one of the largest predators that have ever lived, the name does it justice. The T-Rex was one of the few non-avian dinosaurs that were still roaming the Earth, prior to the Cretaceous-Paleogene extinction event (K-Pg). The leading theory behind the K-Pg event is that a large asteroid brought about the mass extinction of approximately three quarters of all the plant and animal life on Earth. The largest complete T-Rex specimen is located at the Field Museum of Natural History, in Chicago and measures 40 feet in length and stands at 12 feet tall. Based on the bone structure it is estimated 1: The Megalodon The megalodon was one of the most dangerous predators in the sea during the Pliocene and Miocene epochs, around 23 to 2.6 million years ago. Based on the size of the discovered teeth and vertebrae, it was determined that the megalodon’s physical appearance resembled that of today’s great white shark. However, the megalodon was much larger. Based on the fossil evidence and body mass analysis which was done in comparison with that of the great white it was estimated that the length of the megalodon ranged from 55 to 60 meters in length with a weight between 50 and 75 tons. Scientists have not excluded the possibility of certain specimens exceeding these parameters. A 2008 computer simulation determined that the 10.8 to 18.2 ton bite force that this shark could produce was stronger than that of any other animal

BOWLING BALL Vs. TRAMPOLINE from 165m Dam!

The bowling ball bounced from 45m, but what about 165m? SUBSCRIBE ➤ http://bit.ly/SubHowRidiculous BUY NEW MERCH ➤ http://tidd.ly/8b33c00b After you guys smashed our 200K likes challenge on our Bowling Ball Vs Trampoline 45m video, we take our experiment to new heights at Luzzone Dam, Ticino, Switzerland. A huge thank you to Ticino Tourism for helping to make this happen! We had an epic time visiting this incredible part of the world and filmed heaps of new videos that are coming soon. Do yourself a favour and go experience Ticino for yourself, it's amazing! For more info check out https://www.ticino.ch/en/ Thanks to http://www.BowlingShopEurope.eu for the bowling balls! SOCIALS Instagram ➤ (@HowRidiculous): http://bit.ly/FollowHRonInsta Facebook ➤ http://bit.ly/HRFacey Twitter ➤ (@howridiculous): http://bit.ly/HRTweety What's the 44 Club you may ask? Well it all started in the outro of this video https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=AyLPMhp7qbs where we wondered if anyone was still watching the video at that point, and to comment 44 (Scott's fave number) if they were. Brett then said 44 Club get on board and the rest is history. The 44Club is the official How Ridiculous fan club made up of people who love our videos and watch them right to the very end. We've even got 44 Club merch now! So yeh, that's the story. Pretty random but good fun at the same time. We are passionate about seeing children released from poverty and we would love you to consider sponsoring a child with Compassion. We visited our sponsor children in the Philippines and were blown away by the difference that child sponsorship can make. To find out more about sponsoring a child right now, check out: http://cmpsn.co/howridiculous Music by Chillhop: https://chillhop.lnk.to/listenCS Bonus Points - Venice Beach (https://soundcloud.com/bonuspoints) Bonus Points - Pizza and Video Games (https://soundcloud.com/bonuspoints) Poldoore - Vista (https://soundcloud.com/poldoore) For Business or Media Inquiries: management@howridiculous.org For Licensing Inquiries: licenses@howridiculous.org For online use, you may embed this YouTube video - for usage in other players please contact us for permission. © Copyright 2018 How Ridiculous

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