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Vorsicht vor den Risiken viraler Memes! (Aprilscherz)

Bringt einem das Ansehen von Gangnam Style-Videos einen intellektuellen Vorteil? Kann der Harlem Shake auf andere Arten übergreifen? Und wie gefährlich sind schreiende Ziegen? Oder Schafe, was das betrifft. Risk Bites wirft einen kritischen Blick auf die extremen Gefahren von viralen Memes wie Gangnam Style, dem Harlem Shake und Screaming Goats - pünktlich zum ersten April! Das Risk Bites Team dieser Woche: David Faulkner (Nachproduktion) Andrew Maynard (alles andere) Quellen: PSY Gangnam Style (original): http://youtu.be/9bZkp7q19f0 MIT Gangnam Style: http://youtu.be/lJtHNEDnrnY Harlem-Shake (Army-Edition): http://youtu.be/Zg55JR990tc c. elegans Harlem Shake: http://youtu.be/4U4N9MQXcgc The Screaming sheep (Original-Upload): http://youtu.be/SIaFtAKnqBU Übersetzung und Dubbing: alugha Klick hier, um mehr Videos zu sehen: https://alugha.com/RiskBites  

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