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Why We Sometimes Feel Pain without a Physical Stimulation
How the pain mechanism works, and why it isn't always triggered by harm
This Doctor Tried the Keto Diet and This is What He Thinks
Curious to try the KETO Diet? Listen to what a doctor has to say first.
This Video Will Teach You About the Causes of Heartburn
Heartburn is a problem for many of us, but what actually causes it, and how can it be treated? Find out in this informative video.
Is Dark Roast Coffee Healthier Than Light Roasts?
Which type of coffee do you think is the healthiest? Dark roast, light roast, or perhaps something else? Watch this video and find out for yourself!
Shoveling Snow This Year, Use This Great and Simple Trick
Got a lot of snow to shovel? Here's the easiest and safest way to do so.
Learn How Exercise Can Have a Positive Effect on the Brain
One of the most complex structures known to humanity is the brain, and with this lecture, you'll learn how exercise can affect it positively...
COVID-19: Mask Myths You Need To Stop Believing Right Now
Find out the truth behind some common face mask myths that have been going around in this coronavirus pandemic.
10 Stunning Photos That Will Transfer You To Kathmandu
There is something mesmerizing about Nepal's capital and photographer Ashraful Arefin's unique style captures is perfectly.
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?
This Video Will Show You Where We Are in the Universe!
Where is our galaxy in the known universe? This video will fly with you to ever-larger destinations, showing you our little planet's cosmic address from a very large viewpoint.
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.
5 Things You Were Likely Taught Wrong in Elementary School
Why do astronauts float when they’re on the International Space Station? It’s because there’s no gravity, right? Not quite…
Learn All About the Cell With This INTERACTIVE Guide!
Investigating the human cell in an interactive guide that allows you to click and get information about the different structures that comprise our cells.
How Earth Moves: The Movement that Gets Everything Going
A fascinating video about the Earth's movement and how it affects our lives.
10 Unanswered Mysteries You've Always Wondered About!
You might not have thought about the most curious cases of the bizarre things that we encounter every day.
Take an Interactive Tour of Our Incredible Milky Way
Fly Through the Milky Way Galaxy!
Use This Backup Guide to Ensure You Never Lose Files Again
This article wil show you how to create three different backups (a bootable backup, an external backup drive and a cloud backup) for your Windows computer.
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.
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?
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...
7 Exciting Physics Tricks You Have to See!
Watch these seven remarkable physics tricks in this exciting and fun video.
The 10 Most Elaborate Scientific Hoaxes In History!
Some hoaxes throughout history have been so believable, they managed to fool the entire world. Here are 10 of the most elaborate scientific hoaxes in history.
4 Super Technologies That Started Off as Failed Inventions
Check out how some of the great technological inventions of our time actually started off as failed projects.
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.
Did You Know That Batteries and Magnets Can Make Magic
Here are some cool magic tricks you can try at home using only a few magnets, batteries and other household items. Watch carefully as the magician puts together a completely self-reliant motor
Have You Ever Seen a Waterfall That Moves Upwards?
Here are 5 truly unique place where the extraordinary can happen and gravity works in an unexpected way.
These are the Coolest Gadgets Science Can Give You!
These inventors take their creations to a whole new extreme with everything from electronic exoskeletons to next level lava lamps.
The Surprising Scientific Facts Behind Willpower
If you ever wondered why some people succumb to temptations or addictions, this interesting video will explain the science behind it.
10 Mesmerising Fire Tricks You Can Try at Home
There’s something very instinctual and primal about fire. See what happens when these objects are lit on fire in these 10 amazing fire tricks.
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.
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.
Neat Life Hacks To Help You Remember Things Better
A lot of us tend to forget the simplest things at times. This video provides some neat tips to help boost your memory.
Rare Photos: What Our Forefathers Might Have Looked Like.
A look into the distant past of mankind, we look down the barrel of millions of years and see reconstructions of a few of our ancient human ancestors. These photos show many kinds of human ancestors in riveting detail.
Ever Wonder How Bubble Gum is Made?
This video will show you how bubble gum is made and talk about its history.
For As Long as Humankind Has Existed, Alcohol Has Followed
Alcohol has been around in great variety for over 7000 years. How were they made and how did it spread? This video will tell you!
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.
King of the Dinosaurs: The Story of the T-Tex
How much do you know of the T-Rex? This video will give you the real information about it...
What is Our Executive Brain, and How Can One Improve It?
Did you know your brain had a brain? The executive brain is the part of us that plans. What is it and how to improve its function?
Magic is Only A Vibration Away With This Great Experiment
All it takes is some sand, a metal plate and carefully toned vibrations from a speaker to create stunning and complex patterns. This video shows you the amazing results!
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.
Science Lesson: What is the Speed of Dark?
We all know the speed of light, running at 300,000 km per second. But is darkness faster?
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.
Fascinating: 100 Years of Immigration to the United States
This fascinating video will show you the trends of immigration to the United States of that century past, and how it changed over time.
Science Lesson: Common Myths About Evolution Dispelled
This video is going to dispel the many misconceptions about the theory of evolution.
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