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Fascinating Rare Footage From North Korea’s Airport
Secluded as it is, North Korea does get some visitors. This video shows how visiting the airport is quite a strange experience in North Korea
These Customs are Common ONLY in the US
What are the things that seem completely normal in the US but make people from other countries raise an eyebrow?
If You Come to Sable Island, You May Not Want to Leave...
It is a slice of heaven, a protected park and reserve that is wonderful to see in this overly industrialized world. Let's take a flight there and look around...
The Wild Nature and Wild Sights of North Argentina
Watch as we explore the beautiful province of Salta in North Argentina.
Funny: Explaining the Coronavirus to Your Past Self
Watch comedian Julie Nolke as she explores this amusing (and not a bit bemusing) situation.
These Rescued Farm Animals Are Cuter Than Can be Described
The Rancho Relaxo Sanctuary for Farms Animals operates out of New Jersey and is home to the cutest and happiest rescued animals.
Joke: A Bizarre Afterlife
Ralph came home drunk one night, slid into bed beside his sleeping wife, and fell into a deep slumber...
5 Frozen Foods You Shouldn’t Buy and 5 You Should Stock
Check out our list of the best and the worst frozen food products that you can buy.
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?
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?
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...
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...
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.
5 Puzzling Mysteries That Science Finally Managed to Solve
These weird occurrences have puzzled humanity for decades, if not centuries. Finally, scientists solved them & the solutions are exciting...
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.
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.
Find Out How Bionic Limbs Are Transforming Countless Lives
Discover how a bionic revolution is greatly helping in transforming the lives of countless people with disabilities.
How To Be Sure Your Dog Adores You
10 scientific ways to know if your dog loves you
How Fossils Shape Our Understanding of Ancient History
Fossils are the key to understanding the world of the past, and this is how the fossils shape what we can know about ancient 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!
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.
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
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.
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
Physicist Michio Kaku: The Universe in a Nutshell...
Physicist Michio Kaku explains the fundamental nature of our universe
6 Signs That Someone is Listening on Your Cellphone Calls!
With technology advancing all the time, there is the ever-increasing chance of our phones being tapped. Here are 6 signs that your phone could be tapped.
The Future of Wind Power Can Be Shaped By This Energy Kite
Here is a look at the the fascinating new wind energy kites that can shape the future of wind power.
The Signs That a Pandemic Is Over
If you're feeling a bit confused about the current pandemic, this video sheds light on how this situation should be handled and how to tell when it's over.
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...
Is Vertical Farming Going to Solve Global Hunger?
How Singapore is solving one of the biggest problems in the world...
New Bionic Eye Developers Say It Will Cure Millions
Scientists are developing an artificial eye, that can potentially eliminate blindness and transform robotics!
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.
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.
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.
Why a Ventilator Can Save a Person’s Life
Why exactly are ventilators so important for Covid-19 patients and those with other lung issues, and how do these contraptions even work?
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.
Meet the Robot that Will Change Seniors' Lives
This robot is going to change the way nursing homes are operated by freeing up the human staff from mundane tasks.
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?
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…
Cell vs. Virus: The War Inside Our Bodies
Take a fascinating journey into the cells and see the great war between cells and viruses.
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.
Everything that Rolls Need Not be Round!
This man enjoys digitally printing weird and enthralling items that can roll like a sphere despite having many flat surfaces.
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.
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