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What Drinking Whiskey Actually Does to Your Body
While we now know that whiskey isn't the cure-all medicine people once though it was, it does have a few proven health benefits.
Is It Possible For Humans To Ever Be As Fast As Cheetahs?
The average cheetah can run at a speed of 80 – 130 km/h (50-80 mph)! Why are humans so slow in comparison?
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.
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?
Wow! Look at the Size of These Massive Fruits & Veggies!
These massive fruits and vegetables could feed you for an entire year!
These Robots Dance Better Than I Do...
They probably dance better than most of us can!
Wagyu Beef: Why It Tastes Different & Why It’s SO Pricey
If you've ever heard the term "Wagyu beef", it was likely mentioned in the context of how pricey it is. But what is it and how is it different from regular beef?
Guess What Happens When You Press These 6 Buttons?
Turns out the pedestrian crossing button, along with a few other common buttons, intentionally do nothing. So why are they even there?
This Is How Scientists Are Planning to Build... On Mars!
This video showcases the novel techniques scientists are planning to use to build on the Red Planet.
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.
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
Amazing Facts about the Most Complex Machine in the World.
The human body is, without a doubt, the most incredible and complex "machine" on the face of the planet, maybe the universe. Come and discover just how amazing your body is, it is capable of things you won't believe!
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
This Is How Coronavirus Tests Actually Work
Virus testing is everywhere, but few sources actually explain how a virus test is done & what scientists are looking for when testing for COVID-19
The Language Sounds We Could Be Using But Aren't
There are many more letters we could be using, but aren't...
The incredible Journey of Mankind to the Moon
The 45th Anniversary of the lunar landing is a great time to look back at one of the most amazing things mankind has ever done
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.
What, Exactly, Is the String Theory, and Is It True?
If you’ve ever heard about quantum physics, you’ve probably heard about string theory. But what is it, and is it scientific fact?
The Incredible Wit and Logistics Behind Overnight Shipping
This video proves that the postal service isn't always boring. In fact, sometimes, it's seems almost miraculous.
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.
Toilets: The Greatest Medical Advancement in Human History
While toilets make some people laugh, they are actually a deadly serious medical advancement. This video explains what toilets mean to civilization.
15 Odd and Fascinating Findings by Deep-Sea Divers
The world beneath the sea is fascinating and this video shows is some of the weirdest things that have been found underwater.
Here’s Why These Seemingly Obsolete Things Still Exist
Why do some people still use seemingly obsolete items like VHS tapes, vinyl records, fax machines & landlines? This video explains why.
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.
Trick-Mousing is Such Adorable Entertainment...
Mice are much cleverer than most people believe, and they easily respond to training, as long as you use positive reinforcement, or in other words - reward them frequently for their behavior with food.
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.
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
Wow! This Robot Acrobat Is More Mobile Than ANY Human
Atlas is the newest project of the Boston Dynamics team of robot creators famous for their quirky, but equally astonishing creations...
Is Teleportation Possible or Just Sci-Fi Pipe Dreams?
Teleportation is a mainstay of science fiction, but is it actually scientifically feasible?
7 Air Pollution Solutions That Will Help Us Breathe Easy
Let's take a look at some global initiatives that have been launched to reduce air pollution levels.
What Would Happen If You Got Swallowed by a Whale?
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?
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 Great Scientific Mystery: How Did Life on Earth Begin?
How did life on Earth truly originate? This scientific mystery remains unsolved, but we may be close to solving it every day
Ever Wonder How Bubble Gum is Made?
This video will show you how bubble gum is made and talk about its history.
Do You Know What Alzheimer's Really Is?
This video will shed light on the different stages of this complex and incredibly destructive disease.
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
How To Be Sure Your Dog Adores You
10 scientific ways to know if your dog loves you
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...
Here’s Exactly Why Galileo is the Father of Modern Science
In 50 years of studying a variety of different subjects, Galileo made an unending number of contributions to science, like those listed here
Watch as a Fun-Filled Day of Balloons Turns to Disaster!
The 1986 Cleveland Balloon Festival was meant to be a truly joyous occasion but instead quickly turned into a grave tragedy
Hydrogen Bomb vs. Atomic Bomb - What's the Difference?
The most dangerous bombs in the world are compared and contrasted - hydrogen vs. atomic. You're about to get those answers in the video below.
Behold The Hidden Beauty of Air...
A clever technological breakthrough unveils air and sound so you can actually see them move...
4 Modern Day Doctors Who Are Doing Impactful Work
Here's the story of 4 modern doctors who are changing the world through their influential and inspirational work.
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?
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