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What a Vaccine’s “Efficacy Rate” Actually Means
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The Real Reasons For the Extinction of Dodo Birds
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This Tech Giant’s Electric Car Model Will Be Astounding
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Not all Viruses Are Bad, Some Are Actually Necessary
Some viruses are beneficial to humans. In fact, they are an inseparable part of human anatomy and have even shaped the evolution of humanity!
This Precious Substance Is Like Nothing Else on Earth
Amber scientists discover the inner workings of the ancient world. This video reveals why this unique substance is so incredibly valuable.
16 Small Treasures People Found by Chance
When you open your eyes, the chances of finding something amazing and unexpected increase by the minute. Here are 16 unique objects people found by chance.
QUIZ: Can You Spell These Commonly Misspelled Words?
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How to Hack Your Brain For Better Control
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This Rotating Device is the Future of Indoor Gardening
This novel design of an indoor garden is both aesthetically pleasing and very useful, as it allows you to grow fresh veggies and herb at home
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
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...
How Robots Are Revolutionizing COVID-19 Care
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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.
This Technology Could Turn the Sahara Into a Green Forest
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These fire tricks are incredible to look at, but please don't try this at home...
Ever Seen a Monkey Play Pong With Its MIND?
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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
How to Make a Floating Chair
If you have some rope and wood - you too can build this floating chair!
10 Obscure Inventions by World Famous Inventors
We’d like to bring your attention to 10 lesser-known inventions of famous figures in history, which will reveal a new and different side of these inventors to you.
These Creative Alarm Clocks That Are Sure to Wake You Up!
19 interesting and unique alarm clocks that are guaranteed to get you up in the morning. So if you're having a hard time waking up consider one of the options below.
Ever Wonder Why Numbers Are the Shape They Are?
Do you know WHY the numbers look the way they do? If not, then here's why.
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.
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.
Would You Like to Ride The World's Fastest Monocycle?
A group of students from North Carolina, USA, have built the World’s Fastest Electric, Monowheel, called the EV360. Let's take a look.
Have You Heard of the Smile Test? Try It!
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12 Animals Scientists Want to Bring Back from Extinction
Here are twelves species that scientists are planning on bringing back from extinction.
Watch the Incredible Fire Rings of the Sun
Watch the fire rings produced by the sun in an exciting and visually mesmerizing science video.
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.
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.
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.
How mRNA Technology Could Be Used to Fight Cancer
Scientists now believe that the mRNA technology used to develop some COVID-19 vaccines could be applied to develop a cancer treatment.
Even Machines Can Be Beautiful...
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Scientists have recently picked up on a mysterious radio signal from space, and it could mean a lot - maybe even a sign from extraterrestrial life forms.
These Plastic Bricks Are Much Stronger Than Concrete
A Kenyan startup came up with a genius innovation - recycled Plastic Bricks that are 7 times stronger than concrete.
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.
Amazing Tech Gadgets Really Used by CIA Spies
Unlike fictional spies like James Bond with his fancy cars and gadgets, real spies use surprising tools to survive, here are 5 gadgets really used by CIA agents!
This Is How Scientists Are Planning to Build... On Mars!
This video showcases the novel techniques scientists are planning to use to build on the Red Planet.
These Bizarre Mysteries Continue to Stump Scientists!
The world of science hasn't been able to explain several bizarre phenomenon yet. Let's take a look at a few of them.
The incredible Journey of Mankind to the Moon
The 45th Anniversary of the lunar landing is a great time to look back at one of the most amazing things mankind has ever done
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.
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