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Can Science Achieve a Universal Blood Type?
We know our blood types to be an inherent unchangeable genetic feature, but there might be a way to create a universal blood type. Watch to find out more.
Why Did Ancient Egyptians Stop Building Pyramids?
Why did the ancient Egyptians only build pyramids for a few centuries in their vast 3,000-year history?
10 Mind Blowing Science Experiments to Try at Least Once
These days we’re constantly on the hunt for new, fun, and creative ways to pass the time at home. Why not try some of these cool science experiments?
These Robots Dance Better Than I Do...
They probably dance better than most of us can!
E-Waste Is a Real Problem. What Can We Do About It?
About 6.9 million metric tons of e-waste was produced in the US alone in 2019, out of which only 15% was recycled. How can we solve the growing e-waste problem?
Are Parallel Worlds Possible? Science Says Yes
In the 1950s, Hugh Everett proposed the Many Worlds interpretation of quantum mechanics - which means parallel worlds probably do exist
Easy Home Workouts to Treat Restless Legs Syndrome
Restless legs syndrome (RLS) can cause painful sensations in the legs. Here are some easy workouts that will help relieve the symptoms.
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...
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.
QUIZ: Can You Find All the Antonyms?
This English challenge is all about the antonyms - those words that mean the OPPOSITE of the word in question. Can you find all 15 antonyms in this quiz?
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.
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
Galileo’s Greatest Discoveries: Jupiter’s Incredible Moons
Galileo was the first to discover these moons of Jupiter, which are still held in high regard and studied by astronomers everywhere even now
Ever Wonder How Bubble Gum is Made?
This video will show you how bubble gum is made and talk about its history.
This Video Will Show You Where We Are in the Universe!
Where is our galaxy in the known universe? This video will fly with you to ever-larger destinations, showing you our little planet's cosmic address from a very large viewpoint.
Breathalyzers May Be More Important Than You Thought
This video does a great job in breaking down how in the future, breath analysis can be used to detect disease and prevent more invasive procedures.
What Happens When You Keep a Jar of Pond Water?
This video is recommended to everyone delighted with nature and biology.
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!
Is It Possible to Upload Your Mind & Live Eternally?
Life eternal is the ultimate dream. Will supercomputers be able to grant us that wish? Is it possible to upload our minds to a computer and live forever?
7 Apps That Will Make Life Easier For the Elderly
Smartphones these days have many useful apps that have made life simpler for the elderly. Here is a list of the 7 best senior citizen apps.
Journey Through the Universe And Explore the Stars
Stars are massive gaseous creations floating through the galaxy, and this video shows us which stars are the largest.
This 3D Printed House Is a Scientific Breakthrough!
This 3D printed residential building in Germany may be the beginning of a construction revolution.
Fewer Than 50 People in the World Have This Blood Type
Read here about the rarest blood type in the world, which makes life for those who have it full of unexpected, unpleasant surprises...
You Would Be Amazed On Seeing What Lies Inside the Planets
Watch to find out what lies inside the solar system's various celestial objects in this fascinating video.
These Creative Alarm Clocks That Are Sure to Wake You Up!
19 interesting and unique alarm clocks that are guaranteed to get you up in the morning. So if you're having a hard time waking up consider one of the options below.
When People Unwittingly Conducted Fascinating Experiments
Take a look at this collection of photos showing how common people performed some fascinating accidental scientific experiments.
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.
The Fascinating Science of False Memories
Find out why our own memories are susceptible to false information and why they can't be trusted.
Never Do These 5 Things to Your Watch
Even the smallest mistakes, like quick-setting the date between 10PM-2AM or overwinding it can ruin your watch. Learn about 5 common watch mistakes here
Is It Actually Possible to Colonize Mars?
Will we ever be able to replace planet Earth? This video answers some very real questions about the possibility of colonizing Mars.
The First Robot Ever Made Was Created 250 Years Ago...
This automaton is pure genius, especially when you consider it was built 250 years ago...
A Garden Without Soil - the Future of Growing Food
Vertical gardens like this one are the next big innovation in farming. The mind-boggling feature of these gardens is that they are completely free of soil!
The Robotic Kitchen That Will Make Your Meals!
Meet the world's first robotic kitchen that be the nucleus of the kitchen of the future.
The Oldest Medicines That Have Stood the Test of Time
Learn about some fascinating old medicine and general healing practices that have survived for thousands of years.
We Are a Step Closer to a True Sustainable Energy Source
China successfully powered up its nuclear fusion reactor, nicknamed 'artificial sun'. We are now one step closer to a sustainable energy source.
16 Surprising Things I Never Knew About Sleeping!
Who knew there was so much we don't know about our most popular activity! Here are 16 facts you may not have known about your sleep.
Cell vs. Virus: The War Inside Our Bodies
Take a fascinating journey into the cells and see the great war between cells and viruses.
Where Do Our Emotions Come From? A Scientific Answer
Ever wonder what causes you to feel different emotions?
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.
9 of History's Greatest Unexplained Mysteries
From the Sahara desert in Egypt to mysterious stone dolls from the beginning of the world - here's a list of some of the greatest mysteries that have yet to be solved.
7 Creepy Experiments That Would Be Illegal Today
These 7 experiments are some of the most dangerous and creepy ones in the history of science to date
Watch and Understand Why the Octopus Brain Is So Special
Here's a video that gives us an in-depth look of the octopus brain and shows why it is so extraordinary.
How To Read a Coronavirus Case Chart Correctly
Many news outlets use charts to showcase the pandemic situation in different countries. This is how to read them correctly.
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