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The Odd History of Ouija Boards
How did this ‘mystical’ board game become so prominent in popular culture? The history of ouija boards may surprise you.
23 Smartphone Sale Strategies You Didn’t Know
Why are sellers more interested in selling you a cell phone at the end of the month than in the beginning? Here, sellers reveal some of their hidden sales strategies.
How a Coronavirus Patient Feels Like Is Truly Unnerving
Reporter Aria Bendix recovered from Covid-19, and she shares what the experience was like, and how bad the symptoms actually were.
Why Does a Third of the World Population Use Chopsticks?
Watch this video to find out the cultural and historical roots of eating with chopsticks.
19 Things to AVOID to Make Your Smart Phone Live Longer
19 common mistakes we all make, that make our phones age quicker.
We Bet You Didn’t Know The Word OK’s True Meaning
It feels like one of the most natural and obvious words in our vocabulary, but it isn’t exactly so. Watch to find out OK’s interesting origins.
These Netflix Movies Will Appeal To All Cinema Buffs
Check out our list of top ten movies on Netflix that will cater to all cinema lovers.
This Live Soprano Aria Performance Will Blow Your Mind!
Take a look at this beautiful and magnificent soprano aria of the famous 'Song of Olympia'.
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?
7 Exciting Physics Tricks You Have to See!
Watch these seven remarkable physics tricks in this exciting and fun video.
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.
This Company Changed the Space Industry in Under 20 Years
This video provides an overview of SpaceX, what they’ve achieved so far and where they’re headed, and their story is fascinating.
Are You a Late Sleeper? This Super Video Explains Why
Why is it that some people are late risers, and some are morning people? It's all down to our genetics. Have a look here to find out more.
Ever Wonder Why Numbers Are the Shape They Are?
Do you know WHY the numbers look the way they do? If not, then here's why.
Cell vs. Virus: The War Inside Our Bodies
Take a fascinating journey into the cells and see the great war between cells and viruses.
This Is How the World Could Look Like in Half a Century
Listen to what some technology experts say about how the future of the world may transform in half a century.
What is Your Consciousness? A Remarkable Video...
This video by Ted-ed searches to explain the origin of consciousness as well as what is consciousness.
What Really is Deja Vu and How Does it Work?
Deja Vu is a very common phenomenon, if very strange. Why do we get this feeling we've done this all before?
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.
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.
Breathalyzers May Be More Important Than You Thought
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.
Galileo’s Greatest Discoveries: Jupiter’s Incredible Moons
Galileo was the first to discover these moons of Jupiter, which are still held in high regard and studied by astronomers everywhere even now
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.
Strange Matter: The Most Dangerous Stuff in the Universe
All about the strange matter and why it's both dangerous and full of promising knowledge.
This Is the Lightest Solid Substance in the Whole World
Aerogel is the lightest solid in existence, but how was it invented and what is it used for?
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
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.
What Does an Atom Really Look Like?
In this video, we'll try to visualize what an atom actually looks like.
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.
6 Incredible Ancient Fossils Preserved In Amber
Here, we present some of the most recent and important ancient discovered that have been preserved in amber.
How The Brooklyn Bridge Narrowly Escaped Never Being Built
Learn about the fascinating, but equally tragic history of the construction of Brooklyn Bridge in this engaging and educational video
Nobody Believed These 5 Scientists, But They Were Right
These 5 scientists were shamed and ousted, or rudely ignored, although years later, their "crazy" theories turned out to be true...
Visual Illusions: What Color Are These Strawberries?
Tricking our brain into believing that something is one color or shape than another thing is surprisingly easy, but can we explain why?
5 Inspiring Doctors Whose Work Will Always Be Remembered
At a time when we are realizing the significance of doctors, here is a look at some of the most influential doctors who changed the world.
25 Pics Showing How People in the Past Imagined the Future
Let’s see how the people of the past imagined the future and find out if their fun predictions came true with these 25 vintage pictures
Physicist Michio Kaku: The Universe in a Nutshell...
Physicist Michio Kaku explains the fundamental nature of our universe
Wow! Here are a Few Great Experiments to Try at Home
Here's a great video that shows some easy and fascinating science experiments that anyone can try.
Greatest Inventions and Science Discoveries - a Collection
The history of the greatest scientific inventions and breakthroughs is more fun than we imagined, this collection will gladly walk you through...
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 Breakthroughs May Help Curb The Coronavirus Epidemic
Here, we look at some of the latest breakthroughs and significant studies that might help us fight against the ongoing coronavirus epidemic.
Let's Talk About Size, From Big to Huge.
an incredible discovery that leads us to a better and better understanding of these objects' true size.
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?
Scientists Find a Way to Convert Brainwaves Into Sentences
In a fascinating recent study, researchers managed to teach a machine to translate brainwaves into English sentences.
Extraordinary Inventions By Tesla That Were Never Built!
Nikola Tesla was a scientist too advanced for his time. Here are some of the inventions he never had a chance to build.
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