GLaDOS teaches fission and fusion for NASA

Entertaining education.

Kids don't listen to adults any more - but they'll listen to a megalomaniacal artificial intelligence!

That's why celebrated Portal antagonist GLaDOS has agreed to help NASA out and explain how fusion and fission work. All the in the name of education of course.

In the video, two engineers in orange boiler suits interact with the AI GLaDOS, which is contained in what looks like a Polaroid camera. Actress Ellen McLain's performance is as charming and entertaining as ever.

Video below, via io9.

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