Most people who visit Great Britain are shocked to see that most sinks have two taps, one for cold and one for hot. It can make an experience in the bathroom quite uncomfortable as the hot water is nearly boiling and the cold water is downright freezing. There’s no equilibrium. Why is that? Britain is a highly developed country, so why do the sinks seem to be from the early 20th century? Educator and Brit Tom Scott explains in this new clip