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Make An Active Volcano That Also Doubles As a Working Lamp
Here’s a step by step guide to making an absolutely stunning active volcano model and turning it into a resin and wood based lamp.
How Do Massive Cruise Ships Keep Afloat in Stormy Weather?
There is an immense amount of science and magic at work keeping cruise ships steady in stormiest of weather, as explained in this video
This Scientist Took on Flint’s Water Crisis. She’s 12.
At 12 years old Gitanjali Rao is the inventor of Thetys, a device that detects lead in water. Watch her incredible story.
How to Tell If an Expensive Watch Is Real or Fake
In this practical, money-saving video, an authenticity expert shows us how to spot a fake luxury watch
Learn From An Expert the Neurological Effects of Menopause
Neuroscientist Lisa Mosconi seeks to clarify through clear scientific data the exact effect menopause can have on the brain.
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?
These Engineers Had Just One Job and They Botched It Up
Let's take a look at some of the worst architectural fails in the world.
Why All Baking Recipes Call For the Same Oven Temperature
Ever wondered why all baking recipes call for an oven temperature of 350°F? There is an interesting mix of science and history behind it...
Fascinating: Three Different Ways to Breathe
Here is an infographic that presents a detailed look at different ways of breathing in three different living beings.
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.
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.
9 of History's Greatest Unexplained Mysteries
From the Sahara desert in Egypt to mysterious stone dolls from the beginning of the world - here's a list of some of the greatest mysteries that have yet to be solved.
This Fantastic Device Will Let You Sit Anywhere You Want
This wearable exoskeleton chair enables its wearers to sit down whenever and wherever they want. Check it out here.
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.
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?
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.
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
6 Intriguing Archaeological Finds of the 21st Century
These archaeological and paleontological discoveries were made in the past 10 years and they're equally fascinating and intriguing...
7 Exciting Physics Tricks You Have to See!
Watch these seven remarkable physics tricks in this exciting and fun video.
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...
These Body Parts Were Discovered In The Last 10 Years!
Get to know about newly discovered human body parts that scientists have found in recent years in this video.
The Largest Ongoing Construction Projects in the World
Take a look at some of the most remarkable ongoing mega construction projects that are sure to have a major impact on the world.
This Is How Coronavirus Tests Actually Work
Virus testing is everywhere, but few sources actually explain how a virus test is done & what scientists are looking for when testing for COVID-19
This Is What Would Happen If a Major Asteroid Hit Earth
What are the chances of our planet being hit by a big, life-threatening asteroid & what can we do if that happens? This video offers some interesting insights
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.
How to Hack Your Brain For Better Control
What kind of tricks does our brain play on us?
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.
Prefabrication - a Revolutionary New Building Technique
Prefabrication is a brand new word in architecture that allows building really large projects much faster by pre-building parts of it in a factory
The Fascinating Science of False Memories
Find out why our own memories are susceptible to false information and why they can't be trusted.
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.
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.
Is Symmetry Reality's Greatest Riddle? A Scientist Explains
Listen as Video Marcus du Sautoy , a prominent scientist, explains about the wonders of symmetry in nature.
Whoa! Who Would've Guessed the Human Body Was So Bizarre?
These 10 facts give you just a little taste of all the strange things that make up our absolutely bizarre bodies and physiology
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.
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?
Can One Photo Really Tell How Good Your Eyesight Is?
Scientists say that this single photograph can tell you whether you have good vision or not. Who can you see in the image?
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 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.
These Food Industry Machines Are Simply Astonishing!
These machines are feats of engineering and are a great fun to watch in action.
COVID-19: MIT Study Explains Which Places Should Open Last
MIT recently released an article that revealed which businesses and other public places should have reopened, and which ones should stay closed
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
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.
What Does the Appendix Actually DO?
Dr. Berg explains, in this video, all about the appendix and what it actually does in our body.
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