The students of Sky High go through power placement, which determines the track they are put on throughout high school. The students are placed on either the Hero or the Sidekick track by Coach Boomer based on their demonstrated power. The Sidekick track is seen as the lesser of the two tracks.
John explains the historical background of Hinduism and summarizes a few sections of The Vedas, the earliest texts of the religion. He describes Dharma and how the Caste System is the foundation for Dharma. He also talks about Samsara, Moksha, and Karma. He references quotes from several religious texts in his explanation.
This clip describes the Electoral College and the history behind its creation. Mo Rocca demonstrates the electoral college system in a 3rd grade classroom by having students vote for either colored pencils or markers. Students cast their vote for the winner, and markers win the popular vote. Mo Rocca then splits the class into 5 groups, or states, to cast the electoral votes.
Adam Conover explains how the electoral college system is unfair by favoring voters in states with smaller populations. He also contends that swing states have significantly more power than any other state and that 80% of votes have no impact on the outcome of presidential elections. He clarifies that the public votes for its state's electors, not the president, while the electors cast the vote for the president and vice president.