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The Earth experiences many strange phenomenons that can affect the sky and the clouds, each of which has a scientific explanation
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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.
Japan to Welcome the 2020 Olympics in a Magnificent Way
This is how Japan is preparing to host the 2020 Tokyo Olympics. Get a sneak peak of the venues and innovations made in Tokyo in this video
The Asteroid That Changed the Face of the Earth Forever
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You Won’t Believe These Weird New Aircraft Actually Exist
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Physics Experiments That Unravel Perplexing Problems
Ever pondered the age old question, why does shaken soda explode? These physics experiments explain this and a few other science problems
Make Your PC Last Long By Avoiding These Common Mistakes
Take note of these tips that will help you prevent damaging your computer's system.
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Do You Know What Alzheimer's Really Is?
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Scientists Found a Mold That Can Break Down Plastic Waste
A Pakistani team of scientists found a fungus that can break down and absorb polyurethane plastics in two months.
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.
Ted Talk: What's at the Bottom of the Ocean?
Victor Vescovo talks about his submersible and his exploration of the floors of the oceans in a way unlike any done before.
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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.
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.
China Banned Building Any New Skyscrapers, Here’s Why
China has recently banned building any new skyscrapers in the country, but why?
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How do viruses move from animal bodies, so different to our own, into the human body? This video will explain it all perfectly.
Technology: the Greatest or Worst Achievement of Mankind
Discover technology and AI which has so much to offer the world, and is an integral part of our lives in ways we would have never thought of
When Under a Microscope, Even Ordinary Things Seem Alien
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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.
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.
This Is How the World Could Look Like in Half a Century
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New Bionic Eye Developers Say It Will Cure Millions
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What Makes Opioid Addiction So Difficult to Fight?
Learn about the opioid crisis and why it's so difficult to stop it from famous historian and writer Mike Davis.
You Probably Didn’t Know About This Brilliant Scientist
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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.
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7 Creepy Experiments That Would Be Illegal Today
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The 10 Most Elaborate Scientific Hoaxes In History!
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