Friendship Messes With Your Brain, But in a Good Way...
How is it possible for your friends to understand you so well? It's almost as if they can read your mind...
Would YOU Return a Lost Wallet?
Test yourself - how honest are you with yourself, really?
Why Do We Get Hangovers?
Every time you get a hangover, this is what is happening inside your body...
This Uplifting Video Shows Why Getting Old is AWESOME
In this insightful Ted Talk session, a senior advocate explains why growing old is a wonderful blessing.
Which Animal Has the Sharpest Eyesight?
The famous saying goes, "the eyes are the window to the soul." And it turns out that it rings true all across the animal kingdom.
Why Are Cacti Prickly? The Answer Will Surprise You
The prickly spines of cacti have a surprising function, and it's not something you'd expect...
Why Do We Snore? - Educational!
Snoring may seem funny or harmless at first, can it is often a sign of something more dangerous going on while you sleep.
The Mysterious Secrets of Beethoven’s Symphony No.5
Ludwig van Beethoven’s Symphony Number Five is one of the most renowned and recognizable musical masterpieces in history. Do you know its secrets?
Language vs Dialect - How Are They Different?
You've surely heard about the term "dialect" before. But have you ever considered how a language and a dialect differ?
Burj Khalifa - How the World's Tallest Building Was Built
Explore the building history of the Burj Khalifa and the engineering innovations that made the construction of the world's tallest building possible...
Fascinating Science - How Ultrasound Works
What links bats, the navy, and baby images? Why ultrasound, of course!
What Exactly Is DUST? The Answer Will Surprise You!
There's a common misconception that dust is mainly made of dead skin cells (up to 78%, according to some sources), but the truth is not so simple.
Can Loud Music Really Damage Your Hearing?
Have you ever been to a loud concert or gathering and felt that it affected your hearing? You're not imagining it...
Did You Know That Squids Can Fly?
We knew squids could grow to a huge size and also that some of them have wings, but did you know that these creatures were also capable of flight?
Why Are We So Susceptible to Misinformation?
It turns out that people are wired to believe certain misconceptions rather than see the whole picture... but why is that?
How Blood Transfusions Changed Medicine Forever
This video tells the story of the 17th century invention that revolutionized medicine forever - blood transfusions
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
Printing Human Tissue Is a Reality, Here’s How It Works
Bioprinting is a revolutionary medical technique that allows researchers create human and animal tissue from scratch, here's how it works
Emperor Augustus: How Does History Judge Him?
When speaking of great Roman emperors, perhaps the first that comes to mind is Augustus, who reigned for 41 years and is thought of as the founder of the Roman principle.