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The Asteroid That Changed the Face of the Earth Forever
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Is Symmetry Reality's Greatest Riddle? A Scientist Explains
Listen as Video Marcus du Sautoy , a prominent scientist, explains about the wonders of symmetry in nature.
What People in the 80s Thought 2020 Would Look Like...
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How To Be Sure Your Dog Adores You
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These Delicious Beef Recipes Are Perfect for Winter
The winter is nigh and with the change in weather, our daily lives and even diets also slowly switch to winter mode!
10 of the Most Beautiful Tourist Attractions in Japan
Japan has it all - enormous cities with towering skyscrapers, ancient temples, and shrines full of history, pristine nature, and delicious cuisine!
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What If Your Plants Could Tell You When They’re Thirsty?
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Evolution Isn’t Over: New Anatomical Feature In Humans
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Watch the Incredible Fire Rings of the Sun
Watch the fire rings produced by the sun in an exciting and visually mesmerizing science video.
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?
All About Spot: The Most Advanced Robot Soon For Sale
Spot may be the most advanced robot in the world. Definitely the most advanced commercial one. Let's see a review of this robot.
This Map Shows Every Known Nuclear Explosion Since 1945
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Could Solar Flares Leave Us With No Electricity?
Strong solar flares have caused power grid shutdowns in the past. Could the same happen in the future?
4 Super Technologies That Started Off as Failed Inventions
Check out how some of the great technological inventions of our time actually started off as failed projects.
Hair Regeneration Could Be Possible With This New Process
Learn about an innovative new study which has revealed a novel treatment for effective hair regeneration.
WHY is Sugar So Devilishy Addictive?
There seems to be a fascinating scientific explanation for why our will power is weak when it comes to sugar!
This Video Shows You a Different Way to Look at the World
You’ve heard of the fourth dimension but do you know what it is? This TED-Ed video helps uncover a bit of the mystery.
The Surprising Scientific Facts Behind Willpower
If you ever wondered why some people succumb to temptations or addictions, this interesting video will explain the science behind it.
Coronavirus: This Is How the Outbreak May Finally Stop
Here is a look at some likely scenarios by which the ongoing novel coronavirus pandemic might eventually come to an end.
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
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According to an 18th-century story, it is possible to survive a whale attack, as one man by the name James Bartley did. Is this story true?
Fascinating Science: The Odd Number Rule
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5 Things You Were Likely Taught Wrong in Elementary School
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Fascinating Science: How Old Can We Actually Get?
All things being equal, and technology continually progressing - How old can a human body really get?
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A fascinating and rare look at how DNA is made inside the body, using amazingly complex factories.
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The world beneath the sea is fascinating and this video shows is some of the weirdest things that have been found underwater.
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The Art Form Inspiring Scientific Innovation for Centuries
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QUIZ: Do You Remember Your Basic Chemistry?
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When Under a Microscope, Even Ordinary Things Seem Alien
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