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These Tips Will Make Google Maps Even MORE Useful
This guide covers all of the essential features in the new version of Google Map so that you get the most out of this handy app.
10 Amazing Watercraft You Would Love to Drive!
These amazingly cool water vehicles must be so much fun to drive. Check them out.
Myths in Medicine and Health That We MUST Stop Believing
In this video, Dr. Seema Yasmin helps debunk (and confirm) some common myths about medicine and health.
A Guide to Everything That Affects Your Phone’s Longevity
We've all wondered how long will our new smartphone last. Well, these few crucial factors will certainly influence its lifespan.
These Man Made Pools Provide Support to Millions of People
The Potash Ponds are not only a striking sight but also an extremely important resource. What's their story? Find out here.
Hypnotism: Science or Forgery?
His contemporaries called him a charlatan, but in the late 1880s, Dr. Anton Mesmer was onto something we now know as hypnotism.
This Precious Substance Is Like Nothing Else on Earth
Amber scientists discover the inner workings of the ancient world. This video reveals why this unique substance is so incredibly valuable.
SO Close! 20 Sports Finishes That Are Filled With Drama
Can you handle the tension and drama of these ridiculously tight sporting finishes?
The Oldest Medicines That Have Stood the Test of Time
Learn about some fascinating old medicine and general healing practices that have survived for thousands of years.
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.
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
The Future Is Here: The Incredible Gene Editing Revolution
Have you heard of gene-editing technology? Scientists say that this remarkable tool could change our world forever...
Neon Lights: a Beautiful Union of Science and Art
Neon signs are a beautiful blend or artistry and science, and knowing the history and the science behind them make them even more exciting
Watch Bill Gates Warn About the Pandemic 5 Years Ago...
5 years ago Bill Gates spoke in a Ted Talk and warned about a similar scenario to what is happening right now with the Coronavirus pandemic.
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
Ever Wonder How Bubble Gum is Made?
This video will show you how bubble gum is made and talk about its history.
How to Make a Floating Chair
If you have some rope and wood - you too can build this floating chair!
Scientists Have Finally Created The First Living Robot
Scientists have finally created the world's first living robot. Watch the clip to find out more about this amazing discovery.
7 Little-Known Body Parts We Never Knew About
Here's a look at some of the weird and little-known body parts that you didn’t know you had.
Fascinating Science: The Odd Number Rule
the odd number rule repeats in nature. Watch this video to learn all about it.
Important: How Do Viruses Transfer From Animals to People?
How do viruses move from animal bodies, so different to our own, into the human body? This video will explain it all perfectly.
The First Robot Ever Made Was Created 250 Years Ago...
This automaton is pure genius, especially when you consider it was built 250 years ago...
What Happens When You Keep a Jar of Pond Water?
This video is recommended to everyone delighted with nature and biology.
These Food Industry Machines Are Simply Astonishing!
These machines are feats of engineering and are a great fun to watch in action.
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.
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
The Robotic Kitchen That Will Make Your Meals!
Meet the world's first robotic kitchen that be the nucleus of the kitchen of the future.
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?
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.
These Engineering Failures Ended In Real Catastrophes
These are 10 of the worst engineering failures in history. These accidents had horrific results, and we must learn from them to never ever repeat them.
Ready to Learn How Fast the Speed of Light Actually Moves!
The speed of light has an incomparable trajectory, but in the massive expanse of the universe, it moves far slower than you would expect!
This 3D Printed House Is a Scientific Breakthrough!
This 3D printed residential building in Germany may be the beginning of a construction revolution.
Six Inventions Da-Vinci Made Ahead of Their Time
He created and envisioned many inventions that were sometimes even centuries ahead of their time. Was there ever a genius as great as Da-Vinci?
New Technology Can Help Extend the Life of Cancer Patients
Israeli scientists have claimed to have found a groundbreaking new cancer treatment that can kill cancer cells in the body.
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
QUIZ: Can You Find All the Antonyms?
This English challenge is all about the antonyms - those words that mean the OPPOSITE of the word in question. Can you find all 15 antonyms in this quiz?
This Video Shows You a Different Way to Look at the World
You’ve heard of the fourth dimension but do you know what it is? This TED-Ed video helps uncover a bit of the mystery.
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?
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.
7 Exciting Physics Tricks You Have to See!
Watch these seven remarkable physics tricks in this exciting and fun video.
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.
China’s City of the Future May Be a Revolutionary Concept
China is developing a futuristic city that could well turn out to revolutionize the way we live.
Sugar Causing Hyperactivity and Other Science Urban Myths
A lot of us fall prey to a factoid that's repeated with conviction, but is science impervious to such urban legends?
6 Of the Earliest Known Parasites Ever Found
Get to understand and learn about the earliest parasites discovered by scientists.
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