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Balloon Framing Affects Many Americans - But What Is It?
In general, American houses tend to be much less sturdy than houses elsewhere. But why is that?
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Staying neutral during conflict isn't so simple. This video reveals some fascinating facts about Switzerland's neutrality and its true cost.
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In this video, Dr. Seema Yasmin helps debunk (and confirm) some common myths about medicine and health.
The Surprising Reason Why We Don’t Hear Ad Jingles Anymore
Have you ever wondered why you don’t really hear jingles anymore? Why did they disappear, and what does it have to do with Michael Jackson? 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.
QUIZ: Can We Tell You Your Personal Signature Tune?
Music captures moods so well, but how well can you determine the moods of the following tunes? Take our test and we'll reveal your own personal tune!
8 Ancient Greek Scholars & Their Life-Changing Inventions
The foundations of modern medicine, engineering, biology, and astronomy were set up by these 8 stellar minds more than two thousand years ago.
China Banned Building Any New Skyscrapers, Here’s Why
China has recently banned building any new skyscrapers in the country, but why?
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.
Ancient Technologies That Continue to Befuddle Scientists
Our ancestors had created many marvels of architecture and engineering that continue to puzzle scientists even today.
What Would Happen If You Got Swallowed by a Whale?
According to an 18th-century story, it is possible to survive a whale attack, as one man by the name James Bartley did. Is this story true?
50,000 Year Old Life Forms Discovered in the Deepest Caves
Delve deep into the caves and caverns of Earth with the great scientists of the world and found out what amazing discoveries they made!
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
The World Can Learn From Singapore on How to Stay Cool
Discover how Singapore is using clever scientific methods to keep itself cool, even though global temperatures keep rising.
Science Lesson: Why is Space Black?
This video will explain why exactly space is the color it is - black.
10 Epic Recent Science Breakthroughs You Probably Missed
Take a look at some of the most remarkable recent scientific breakthroughs that you might have missed.
Why Demolish a Building If You Can Move It?
The engineering that goes into moving an entire building instead of rebuilding it from scratch is most impressive.
Why Building a Perpetual Motion Machine Is Impossible
Since the Middle Ages, scholars have been trying to build the mythical perpetual motion machine. Was it all in vain? Is it even possible to build such a machine?
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
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?
China's Crazy Plan to Dig a Canal in the Middle of EUROPE
China is setting out a plan to dig a canal through the middle of Europe in the nearest future, but why?
What a Map of The World Will Look Like in 250 Million Years
This video dives into this fascinating question - what will the world look like in 250 million years?
Scientists Develop Ultra White Paint That Could Cool Homes
Scientists developed ultra white paint that reflects 98.1 percent of sunlight. They claim that it can be used as a substitute for air conditioning.
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.
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.
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.
These Are the Largest Scientific Centers Under Development
From a mega telescope in Chile to the largest vaccination developer in the world, these are the most impressive scientific research facilities in the world
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.
What Exactly Is DUST? The Answer Will Surprise You!
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Would You Like to Ride The World's Fastest Monocycle?
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How to Make a Floating Chair
If you have some rope and wood - you too can build this floating chair!
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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.
Alterego: How to Speak Without Actually Speaking
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Hair Regeneration Could Be Possible With This New Process
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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
Reviving Mammoths? Yes, It's Possible.
Scientists are currently working on a plan to revive the extinct mammoth. Yes, you hear right. But how is possible and would it impact our world?
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.
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.
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.
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.
20 Super Fun Science Experiments Using Household Items!
Looking for a fun way to pass the time? These super fun science experiments will leave you entertained and with more scientific knowledge!
Ever Seen a Monkey Play Pong With Its MIND?
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