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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
Science Lesson: Why is Space Black?
This video will explain why exactly space is the color it is - black.
These Planets Are the Strangest Ones In the Known Universe
This video takes you on an in-depth journey across the galaxies, exploring the strange features of these uniquely weird planets.
These Useful Breakfast Gadgets Will Be Great For You
Breakfast will be much more fun and easier to make if you take the help of these cool and creative new gadgets. Take a look.
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
Experience the Strangest Rare Natural Phenomena of the Sky
The Earth experiences many strange phenomenons that can affect the sky and the clouds, each of which has a scientific explanation
These 3D Portraits of Artists from the Past Are Stunning
Take a look at some incredibly real 3D portraits of past artists like Beethoven, Chopin, and Marilyn Monroe, among others.
10 Informative and Fun Maps of the United States
What’s a better way to learn new facts than maps? Each of these US maps gives us some fascinating statistics and information about the country
Could Solar Flares Leave Us With No Electricity?
Strong solar flares have caused power grid shutdowns in the past. Could the same happen in the future?
6 Weird and Creepy Medical Tools of the Past
After seeing these weird and creepy medical devices of the past, you’ll be thankful you live in the 21st century. Take a look for yourself.
How Robots Are Revolutionizing COVID-19 Care
One of the ways medicine may soon become even more tech-savvy is through the introduction of humanoid robots, and it's already starting to happen
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?
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 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 If Your Plants Could Tell You When They’re Thirsty?
These people have designed an smart planter that can sense sunlight, temperature and moisture in the soil.
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.
These Details About Outer Space Are Captivating & Shocking
There is so much we don't know yet about the vast universe we live in. This video explores some lesser-known facts about outer space.
Get to Know Our Solar Neighborhood...
Enjoy this adorable animated documentary on the Solar System, Earth's place in it, and what lies ahead for space in the future!
THIS is the True Scale of Our Universe...
Get a sense of the true scale and shape of the universe we've discovered so far.
7 Exciting Physics Tricks You Have to See!
Watch these seven remarkable physics tricks in this exciting and fun video.
New Bionic Eye Developers Say It Will Cure Millions
Scientists are developing an artificial eye, that can potentially eliminate blindness and transform robotics!
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.
Conscious Mind v Subconscious Mind: What’s the Difference?
This video digs deep into the mystery of how our brain operates at conscious and subconscious levels.
The History and Future of Everything...
A look into our past and our future through all of time...
What Resolution Does the Human Eye Have?
In what resolution do our eyes see? We know that of our screen, but is our own resolution much higher?
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.
Behold The Hidden Beauty of Air...
A clever technological breakthrough unveils air and sound so you can actually see them move...
How Do Vaccines Actually Work and How Do They Protect Us?
The history and medical evolution of vaccines and how they affect our immune system
You Probably Didn’t Know About This Brilliant Scientist
Learn more about a little-known scientific figure who did some great work as a cosmologist and was respected by the great Einstein himself.
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
How TV Sets Looked Like From the 1920’s Until Today
Most of us grew up with a television, but have you ever realized just how much your TV set changed through the years?
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.
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
Fascinating: Do You See the Same Colors As I Do?
This video will discuss the age old questions: do we see the same colors others see?
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.
Let's Take a Beautiful Voyage Through Space...
This beautiful video by the American Museum of Natural History helps us attempt to grasp the true size of the known universe, something beyond our wildest dreams...
The Stories an Astronaut Can Tell You...
Chris Hadfield is an astronaut and a terrific story teller...
The Accidental Discovery of the World’s First Antibiotic
Not too long ago, it was fairly common to die of the simplest of wounds due to bacterial infection. Penicillin changed everything.
Where Do Our Emotions Come From? A Scientific Answer
Ever wonder what causes you to feel different emotions?
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.
8 Strange Items That Have Been Around Longer Than Man
From meteorites to lunar samples, some rocks and dust that reach this planet may actually be older than Earth and hold scientific secrets
Do You Know What Alzheimer's Really Is?
This video will shed light on the different stages of this complex and incredibly destructive disease.
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.
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