This place is so weird man.
I really enjoyed watching this video explaining how 7.4 billion people (roughly the population of the entire earth) could hypothetically survive in one city. The video first describes a bunch of densely populated places that either exist or existed (looking at you Kowloon Walled City!) in the history of the world and then proceeds to imagine what it would be like for the entire population to live in those city limits. Doesn't sound like fun. Crazy to think though that places like this exist where you literally can't turn a corner and not see a human face.
The Earth Polychromatic Imaging Camera (EPIC) took a photo of the Earth every 2 hours for a year. It is currently on-going and still taking photos but this video above shows an entire year in just a few moments. Sit back, stay silent, and watch as the narrator brings you on a journey from space back to our beautiful blue marble.
I just finished watching this fun animated video from The National Film Board of Canada in which the Earth is described as a haven for cars from an alien's outsider view. The video is a tongue-in-cheek way to describe how vehicles have seemingly overtaken the earth's surface to the point where an alien visitor may describe the car as the earth's inhabitants.