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Has Anyone Ever Truly Seen a Ghost?
If ghosts don't exist, how come some people swear they have seen one?
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.
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.
Pet Lesson: Why Dogs Stick Their Head Out the Car Window!
Why is it that dogs love doing that so much? What's in it for them? If you ever pondered this, you're not alone!
All the Fascinating Space Discoveries Made in 2019
2019 has seen quite a few eye-opening discoveries about space and astronomy. Learn about 26 of them in this video.
What First Impressions Reveal About Human Psychology
This video offers some interesting insight on first impressions, second chances, and what all this reveals about the human mind.
QUIZ: Let's Test Your Verbal Logic!
In this test we will measure your understanding of information, understanding of language and other verbal logic skills.
The Unexpected Reason Behind the High Price of Cashews
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Incredible and Innovative Wheelchair Designs!
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Science Lesson: Why is Space Black?
This video will explain why exactly space is the color it is - black.
What a Map of The World Will Look Like in 250 Million Years
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This NASA Physicist is Using Origami to Change the World!
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How To Be Sure Your Dog Adores You
10 scientific ways to know if your dog loves you
Research: Microrobots Can Operate As Nerve Cell Connectors
New research shows that tiny, magnetically controlled robots can make nerve cells grow connections. Find out more.
Why Are Most People Right-Handed?
Most people are right-handed, and scientists know that it's a trait humans have had for millennia... but have you ever wondered why?
What Exactly Is DUST? The Answer Will Surprise You!
There's a common misconception that dust is mainly made of dead skin cells (up to 78%, according to some sources), but the truth is not so simple.
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.
Danyang–Kunshan: The Longest Bridge in the World
The Danyang–Kunshan Grand Bridge in China is the longest in the world. Admire this architectural marvel here.
What Happens When You Keep a Jar of Pond Water?
This video is recommended to everyone delighted with nature and biology.
QUIZ: Do You Remember Your Basic Chemistry?
Are you ready to challenge yourself in the field of basic chemistry? Let's see how you do with our basic chemistry quiz.
The Most Stunning Pics of the Moons in Our Solar System
This video features incredible images of the many moons of the Solar System we've never seen before.
New Bionic Eye Developers Say It Will Cure Millions
Scientists are developing an artificial eye, that can potentially eliminate blindness and transform robotics!
15 Cool Modern Inventions That Will Make Your Life Easier
Take a look at some really cool and useful innovations that you probably didn't even know existed before.
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
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.
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.
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.
What Kind of Artificial Intelligence Will the Future Have?
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Amazing Science: Moving Objects with Sound Waves!
Watch how a research team from Japan successfully began experimenting with moving object through 3 dimensional space using sound waves.
Let's Talk About Size, From Big to Huge.
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This Is How the World Could Look Like in Half a Century
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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?
How to Make a Floating Chair
If you have some rope and wood - you too can build this floating chair!
The Truth Behind the Leaning Tower of Pisa’s Architecture
Learn about the history behind the construction of Italy's Leaning Tower Of Pisa and what led to its famous engineering flaw.
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Here's a video that gives us an in-depth look of the octopus brain and shows why it is so extraordinary.
Cell vs. Virus: The War Inside Our Bodies
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Studying Dolphins May Be Key to Advancing Medicine
Scientists have noticed a strange behavior in red sea dolphins, and they believe this is a form of self-medication. Learn why this discovery is so important.
This Fascinating Video Will Teach You about Your Emotions
This fascinating video will introduce you to the science behind the emotions you experience every day.
E-Waste Is a Real Problem. What Can We Do About It?
About 6.9 million metric tons of e-waste was produced in the US alone in 2019, out of which only 15% was recycled. How can we solve the growing e-waste problem?
The Real Story of a Woman Who Survived a 33,000 Foot Drop
Follow the story of this air hostess who was the sole survivor of a 33,000 foot drop from an exploded airplane.
Have You Ever Wondered What The Purpose Of Our Dreams Is?
All of us dream. But have you ever wondered why? This video attempts to answer this mystifying question.
How Food Waste Can Be Turned Into a Clean Energy Source
It's low-tech, and burns cleaner than any fossil fuel - learn hoe food waste can be turned into a sustainable energy source
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