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Front Pictures' VR Performance Will Make Your Jaw Drop
Front Pictures is an act like no other. The duo appeared on America's Got Talent with a virtual reality performance unlike anything else. Take a look.
Bulgaria's Second City Is World Famous & You Can See Why
Plovdiv is Bulgaria's second city, and happens to be one of the oldest cities in the whole of Europe. Explore it in this stunning 4K drone video.
Science Explains Why Beautiful Things Make Us Happy
Discover how beauty affects us and why we seem to be able to instinctively recognize beauty when we see it.
It Turns Out That Lying in Children Can Be a Good Thing!
If a child starts lying at a young age, then they'll grow up to be criminals right? Wrong! Learn more about how lying is important to healthy development!
Welcome to a Tour of the World's Largest Cruise Ship
The MS Symphony of the Seas is now the largest passenger ship in the world. Take a look at her in this wonderful tour video.
What On Earth Is the EMT Doing to That Boy!? (Funny)
This hilarious prank sees an injured boy and an EMT pretending to close a wound on the boy's leg using a stapler. Watch people fall for it now!
These Charming Animal Pics Are Just What You Needed Today
Brighten up your day with these cute animals pictures...
The Early Signs of Arthritis That Are Often Ignored
There are some lesser-known early signs that indicate the onset of arthritis. Would you know what to look for?
6 Of the Earliest Known Parasites Ever Found
Get to understand and learn about the earliest parasites discovered by scientists.
Get Ready to Dive Into the World's First Ever Jello Pool!
It has finally happened. A few brilliant minds came together and created this masterpiece, the world's largest pool of jello
Paralyzed Patient Communicates Through Mind-Reading Tech
This new research gives new hope to paralyzed patients who have difficulty communicating. Learn more in this article.
Watch the Incredible Fire Rings of the Sun
Watch the fire rings produced by the sun in an exciting and visually mesmerizing science video.
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?
Learn While Laughing: The Incredible Tardigrade
If you love nature and you love laughing, this incredible series of nature videos are a great way to spend a few minutes.
The SpaceX Starship - Fun Facts About the New Rocket
This video takes a deep dive into Elon Musk's newest development - the SpaceX Starship...
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
These Body Parts Were Discovered In The Last 10 Years!
Get to know about newly discovered human body parts that scientists have found in recent years in this video.
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...
This 3D Printed House Is a Scientific Breakthrough!
This 3D printed residential building in Germany may be the beginning of a construction revolution.
What a Map of The World Will Look Like in 250 Million Years
This video dives into this fascinating question - what will the world look like in 250 million years?
Ever Wonder What Ancient Egyptian Sounded Like?
Researchers have used all the information we know to create what they think it may have sounded like.
Have You Ever Wondered What The Purpose Of Our Dreams Is?
All of us dream. But have you ever wondered why? This video attempts to answer this mystifying question.
Why a Ventilator Can Save a Person’s Life
Why exactly are ventilators so important for Covid-19 patients and those with other lung issues, and how do these contraptions even work?
This House Was Built By a ROBOT
Meet Hadrian X, the first mobile brick-laying robot that can build a house 10 times faster than an ordinary construction worker.
The Future Is Here: The Incredible Gene Editing Revolution
Have you heard of gene-editing technology? Scientists say that this remarkable tool could change our world forever...
50,000 Year Old Life Forms Discovered in the Deepest Caves
Delve deep into the caves and caverns of Earth with the great scientists of the world and found out what amazing discoveries they made!
Watch To Understand Exactly How Does an Igloo Work
Watch this video to understand how an igloo works and exactly how does it help in keeping human bodies warm.
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.
Research: Microrobots Can Operate As Nerve Cell Connectors
New research shows that tiny, magnetically controlled robots can make nerve cells grow connections. Find out more.
This Insane Domino Robot Broke a World Record!
This new robot attempted to beat the domino stacking world record by building 100 thousand dominoes in just 24 hours! Take a look.
These Mushrooms Can Be Made Into ANYTHING...
This material can be turned into styrofoam, leather, or even bacon. It is a type of mushroom that can be "programmed" into behaving like a variety of materials.
New York's Grand Central Station Is Expanded As We Speak
The expansion of the New York City subway is long overdue. But what if we told you that the iconic Grand Central Station is growing as we speak?
Find Out How Bionic Limbs Are Transforming Countless Lives
Discover how a bionic revolution is greatly helping in transforming the lives of countless people with disabilities.
What Will Technology Be Like in 2050? Take a Look At These
Peak into the future and see what types of technologies will likely be made available in just a few short decades.
This Odd Robot Has Countless Potential Applications
This inflatable robot is one of the most oddball inventions we've ever seen! Despite its strange looks, it could save countless live one day...
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!
Leading Astronauts Address the Most Common Space Questions
Watch some of the leading astronauts of the world address some of the most common space questions in this video.
Fascinating Science: The Odd Number Rule
the odd number rule repeats in nature. Watch this video to learn all about it.
Six Inventions Da-Vinci Made Ahead of Their Time
He created and envisioned many inventions that were sometimes even centuries ahead of their time. Was there ever a genius as great as Da-Vinci?
Find Out How The Vaccine Of The Coronavirus Will Be Like
Everyone wants a vaccine for the novel coronavirus. But do you know how it will be developed? This video explains it all.
What Would Life Be Like If We Didn't Have Satellites?
If satellites disappeared, everything from phone calls to TV and transportation would stop working in a matter of minutes.
The Most Stunning Pics of the Moons in Our Solar System
This video features incredible images of the many moons of the Solar System we've never seen before.
Why Building a Perpetual Motion Machine Is Impossible
Since the Middle Ages, scholars have been trying to build the mythical perpetual motion machine. Was it all in vain? Is it even possible to build such a machine?
Not Everything You Hear About Global Warming is True!
Don't believe everything you read or hear about the climate crisis. Some of those 'facts' might be completely false!
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