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This NASA Physicist is Using Origami to Change the World!
This is the story of Robert Lang, a physicist who left his job to discover the art of origami and its application in real-world engineering
How a Coronavirus Patient Feels Like Is Truly Unnerving
Reporter Aria Bendix recovered from Covid-19, and she shares what the experience was like, and how bad the symptoms actually were.
Science Lesson: Why is Space Black?
This video will explain why exactly space is the color it is - black.
History’s First Author Is Largely Unknown, Who WAS She?
Meet the First Author in History - Enheduanna, an ancient Sumerian high priestess with a tragic and heroic life story...
Do You Want to See How the Universe Ends?
Take a huge journey in time with us, rushing ahead billions and trillions of years to when the universe will die.
Why Does a Third of the World Population Use Chopsticks?
Watch this video to find out the cultural and historical roots of eating with chopsticks.
How Robots Are Revolutionizing COVID-19 Care
One of the ways medicine may soon become even more tech-savvy is through the introduction of humanoid robots, and it's already starting to happen
How to Detect Malware in Your Smartphone
Take note of these vital signs that will help you detect any hidden malware in your mobile device and also learn how to get rid of them.
Alterego: How to Speak Without Actually Speaking
Have a look at this fascinating invention that allows you to carry one conversations without actually speaking or writing a word.
Einstein Explained! A Three Minute Description of E=mc2...
This video explains Einstein's most famous theory, in less than three minutes!
Explained: Why Is the Space Mission to Mars Important?
To many people in the field of space travel, the next station is clearly Mars, but why is it important for us to land on Mars?
How The Brooklyn Bridge Narrowly Escaped Never Being Built
Learn about the fascinating, but equally tragic history of the construction of Brooklyn Bridge in this engaging and educational video
You Won't Believe These Incredible Photos are from Mars
Mars may be the second smallest planet in our solar system, but contrary to popular belief, it is filled with mystery and a whole lot of personality.
What Really is Deja Vu and How Does it Work?
Deja Vu is a very common phenomenon, if very strange. Why do we get this feeling we've done this all before?
Know The Truth Of The Origins Of New Viruses
Learn the origins of new viruses and how they evolve and infect new hosts.
What Is Artificial Intelligence and Is It Dangerous?
Little by little, technology is getting smarter and learning to make decisions. Are we in danger of a machine takeover?
How Fossils Shape Our Understanding of Ancient History
Fossils are the key to understanding the world of the past, and this is how the fossils shape what we can know about ancient history
Neon Lights: a Beautiful Union of Science and Art
Neon signs are a beautiful blend or artistry and science, and knowing the history and the science behind them make them even more exciting
20 Fascinating Things That Can Be Found in the World
These pictures show us 20 fascinating and absolutely astounding things, from a single mountain with 1000 waterfalls to a giant ant!
Can One Photo Really Tell How Good Your Eyesight Is?
Scientists say that this single photograph can tell you whether you have good vision or not. Who can you see in the image?
5 Puzzling Mysteries That Science Finally Managed to Solve
These weird occurrences have puzzled humanity for decades, if not centuries. Finally, scientists solved them & the solutions are exciting...
New Black Hole Detected and It’s Extremely Close to Earth
Astronomers have discovered a new black hole. Their findings, as well as its proximity to earth, are astounding.
Science Lesson: Common Myths About Evolution Dispelled
This video is going to dispel the many misconceptions about the theory of evolution.
25 Pics Showing How People in the Past Imagined the Future
Let’s see how the people of the past imagined the future and find out if their fun predictions came true with these 25 vintage pictures
This Map Taught Me Something I Never Knew Before...
A lot of countries are famous for some of the products they make and export. This detailed map will show you what are the real most exported products of each country.
How Do We Solve the Traffic Problem? A Simple Solution
In this video, we offer a simple solution to the big traffic problem that is affecting so many cities around the world.
Meet Boston Dynamics Newest Robot Worker
The newest robot by Bostom Dynamics is going to revolutionize package work.
10 Mesmerising Fire Tricks You Can Try at Home
There’s something very instinctual and primal about fire. See what happens when these objects are lit on fire in these 10 amazing fire tricks.
Are Underwater Turbines the Answer to Our Energy Question?
One of the most promising technologies in the renewable energy market is the ocean. Learn all about it.
What is Your Consciousness? A Remarkable Video...
This video by Ted-ed searches to explain the origin of consciousness as well as what is consciousness.
20 Super Fun Science Experiments Using Household Items!
Looking for a fun way to pass the time? These super fun science experiments will leave you entertained and with more scientific knowledge!
The Incredible Wit and Logistics Behind Overnight Shipping
This video proves that the postal service isn't always boring. In fact, sometimes, it's seems almost miraculous.
Ready to Learn How Fast the Speed of Light Actually Moves!
The speed of light has an incomparable trajectory, but in the massive expanse of the universe, it moves far slower than you would expect!
VIDEO: What Would Space Colonization Actually Look Like?
For humanity to survive, it is important that humanity branches out to the stars. But how?
6 Intriguing Archaeological Finds of the 21st Century
These archaeological and paleontological discoveries were made in the past 10 years and they're equally fascinating and intriguing...
Wow! This Robot Acrobat Is More Mobile Than ANY Human
Atlas is the newest project of the Boston Dynamics team of robot creators famous for their quirky, but equally astonishing creations...
COVID-19: MIT Study Explains Which Places Should Open Last
MIT recently released an article that revealed which businesses and other public places should have reopened, and which ones should stay closed
Rare Photos: What Our Forefathers Might Have Looked Like.
A look into the distant past of mankind, we look down the barrel of millions of years and see reconstructions of a few of our ancient human ancestors. These photos show many kinds of human ancestors in riveting detail.
What, Exactly, Is the String Theory, and Is It True?
If you’ve ever heard about quantum physics, you’ve probably heard about string theory. But what is it, and is it scientific fact?
Visual Illusions: What Color Are These Strawberries?
Tricking our brain into believing that something is one color or shape than another thing is surprisingly easy, but can we explain why?
This Scientist Took on Flint’s Water Crisis. She’s 12.
At 12 years old Gitanjali Rao is the inventor of Thetys, a device that detects lead in water. Watch her incredible story.
6 Incredible Ancient Fossils Preserved In Amber
Here, we present some of the most recent and important ancient discovered that have been preserved in amber.
Science Lesson: Aristotle’s Baffling Wheel Paradox SOLVED
From Aristotle to Galileo, the wheel paradox has perplexed scientists for ages. The solution might surprise you.
Science Lesson: What is the Speed of Dark?
We all know the speed of light, running at 300,000 km per second. But is darkness faster?
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