I’ve discovered some pretty darn interesting videos over the past twenty-four hours:

Here’s a recently discovered and restored video from a delivery truck stuck in the Japanese tsunami. The driver got out, but they just recovered his video. I’m adding it to The Best Sites For Learning About The Japan Earthquake & Tsunami:

This video shows all the variations of the U.S. Flag during the country’s history. I’m adding it to The Best Sites For Learning About Flag Day:

Long May She Wave Flag Video from Studio Hinrichs on Vimeo.

This video of an artist creating “watermelon art” is pretty amazing. I’m adding it to The Best Examples Of “Unusual” Art:

Watermelon skin carving from Vid Nikolic on Vimeo.

This last video doesn’t fit on any of my “The Best…” lists, but still may be the most fascinating video of the year. In an experiment, researchers were able to take the brain waves of people seeing what’s on the left and reconstruct the images on the right — only from brain waves. You can read about the potential implications of this process, ranging from identifying what patients in a coma are experiencing to seeing our own dreams, at Scientific American: