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You Wouldn’t Have Seen Such Unique Railroads Before
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How Is It MADE? - Drinking Glasses
We all use drinking glasses every day, but not many know about the precision, skill, and scientific process behind making them.
15 Most Densely Populated Places In the World
Did you know that over 95% of the human population occupies about 10 percent of the land available to us? Here are the 15 most densely populated areas.
These Optical Illusions Will Play Tricks On Your Mind
Get ready to test your eyes and mind with these incredible optical illusions.
Why Do People In Big Cities Walk FASTER?
It's been proven that people who live in big, densely populated cities tend to walk faster than those who live in smaller towns. The question is why?
Eltz Castle - A Spectacular Medieval Treasure Trove
The spectacular Eltz castle has been owned by the Eltz family since 1157. This is the medieval structure's fascinating story.
Joke: The Surprise Gift
It was a man's 80th birthday and his friends wanted to get him a special gift.
This Classical Sonata Can Alleviate Symptoms of Epilepsy
Brain researchers discovered that this specific musical piece by Mozart can lower the number of seizures in epilepsy patients.
The Weirdest and Most Incredible Finds In the Solar System
This fascinating documentary shows us some of the strangest and most amazing finds in our solar system.
10 Advanced Animal Robots That Can Change the World
Check out these remarkably cool robotic animals that can be easily mistaken for a real animal.
Trick-Mousing is Such Adorable Entertainment...
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Is It Possible to Power the Whole World with Just WIND?
IS it possible to create a world powered entirely by the wind? In this fascinating video, you will take a deep dive into the science of wind turbine technology...
The Science of Happiness and Gratitude...
An experiment in gratitude and happiness...
Crash Test Dummies Are More Sophisticated Than You Think
Today's crash test dummies are jam-packed with technology and can cost up to $1 million. Learn why in this fascinating video.
15 Awesome Inventions All Lazybones Would Love!
Feeling lazy? Check out some of these awesome inventions that may just be the perfect thing for you.
AI-Enhanced Drones Will Now Help Locate Lost People
A team of researchers have developed AI-enhanced drones that will help find lost people in the woods. Find out more.
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!
Are You Evolved? The Physical Signs of Our Evolution
There are many little signs that your body has gone through evolution, here's how to tell.
Fascinating History - Why We Wash Our Hands
Until the 18th-century doctors didn’t wash their hands. Everything changed thanks to a man named Dr. Ignaz Semmelweis. This is his tragic story.
8 Amazing Gadgets & Inventions for OUTDOOR ENTHUSIASTS
Take a look at some next level inventions designed specifically for outdoor enthusiasts.
Holding Hands a Thousand Miles Away...
This revolutionary invention is a step towards a future where we can hold our loved ones even when they are far away from us.
7 Mind Blowing Science Facts School Left Out
Put on your learning caps! We rounded up 7 surprising scientific facts you probably didn't learn at school.
Spider Silk Could Be the Secret Weapon To Regrow Nerves
Find out how a particular type of spider silk may be the answer for regrowing human nerves in the near future.
How Did Humans Determine That One Week Should Have 7 Days?
While certain calendar categorizations can be traced back to scientific origins, what are the origins of the number of days in a week?
What a Vaccine’s “Efficacy Rate” Actually Means
Does having higher efficacy rates make a vaccine better? According to health experts these numbers are actually the wrong way to compare vaccines.
Prefabrication - a Revolutionary New Building Technique
Prefabrication is a brand new word in architecture that allows building really large projects much faster by pre-building parts of it in a factory
Do You Think You Can Tell When a Child is Lying?
Learn all about a new technology that analyses facial expressions to detect lies.
The Scientific Reason Why Some Can’t Sleep Without a Fan
Are you a light sleeper? If so, you might be sleeping with a fan on for years, which is a great method to lull you into sleep. Have you ever wondered why, though?
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.
Explained: Why Haven't Humans Been Cloned Yet?
Understand why science hasn't yet taken the step to clone human beings in this informative video.
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.
World's 'First' Coronavirus Vaccine is Launched In Russia
Russia is all set to launch a coronavirus vaccine that is reportedly safe and effective. However, experts are skeptical.
The SpaceX Starship - Fun Facts About the New Rocket
This video takes a deep dive into Elon Musk's newest development - the SpaceX Starship...
Evolution Isn’t Over: New Anatomical Feature In Humans
A new study reveals evolution is far from over. In fact, humans are developing a new anatomical feature: a third artery in the arms
Where Did the World’s Brightest Gemstones Get Their Color?
In this TED-Ed video, Jeff Dekofsky teaches us how gemstones are formed and where the most beautiful ones get their color
How This Advanced Flood Barrier Will Help Protect Venice
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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.
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.
Curious About Your Ancestry? This is How DNA Testing Works
This video dives deep into the very essence of people to determine what DNA Testing actually reveals about our ancestry
These Bizarre Mysteries Continue to Stump Scientists!
The world of science hasn't been able to explain several bizarre phenomenon yet. Let's take a look at a few of them.
This Floating Airport in Japan is an Engineering Marvel
Learn all about the unique Kansai International Airport, the world's first airport located on a man-made island.
Have You Ever Wondered Why We Sneeze, Hiccup Or Yawn?
If you've ever wondered why you can't control a hiccup or a yawn, then this video has the explanation you are looking for.
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.
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.
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