Did you know that it’s physically possible to rotate your eyes? Or that some people (called supertasters) experience the.. Read More
Why HAVEN'T We Cured Cancer Yet? An Explanation
This informative video goes over the major challenges researchers face when trying to find a perfect cure for cancer.
Science Made Simple! Learn More About the Size of Atoms
This informative video shows you just how small atoms and their components really are, using simple and fun animations.
WATCH: What Is the Next Step In Nanotechnology?
Nanotechnology looks set to change the world, but its journey to the present day hasn't been without difficulty. Watch this informative TED Talk to learn more.
The Operating System of Life
Dive deep into the cells of our body and be amazed at the incredible work they do!
This Fascinating Video Explains How a Virus Invades a Body
In this great animation that makes this complex process much easier to understand, NPR's Robert Krulwich and medical animator David Bolinsky explain how a flu virus can trick a single cell into making a million more viruses.
Meet the 18 Most Bizarre Animals of the Amazon Rainforest
Many mysterious creatures lurk in the Amazon rainforests. Here's a look a few of them.
Watch This Child Prodigy Play a Sublime Vivaldi
Enjoy this beautiful rendition of Vivaldi's Four Seasons by this incredible prodigy.
Adorable: These Memes Prove Why Dogs Are Awesome
These adorable canines will remind you that if you don't have a dog in your life, than your life is only half complete.
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
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.
Fascinating: What Does Medicine ACTUALLY Do in the Body?
What really happens in our bodies when we take medicine, have you ever wondered? This video will answer your question.
This Odd Robot Has Countless Potential Applications
This inflatable robot is one of the most oddball inventions we've ever seen! Despite its strange looks, it could save countless live one day...
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.
This Technology Could Turn the Sahara Into a Green Forest
Scientists have figured out how to turn the Shahra Desert into green farmland, using a technique called terraforming. How is it possible? Find out here...
Explained: Why Haven't Humans Been Cloned Yet?
Understand why science hasn't yet taken the step to clone human beings in this informative video.
15 Odd and Fascinating Findings by Deep-Sea Divers
The world beneath the sea is fascinating and this video shows is some of the weirdest things that have been found underwater.
These Facts Unveil the True Power of Nuclear Energy
Here are some facts about nuclear power, an up and coming source of renewable energy that you probably didn't know
Is It Actually Possible to Colonize Mars?
Will we ever be able to replace planet Earth? This video answers some very real questions about the possibility of colonizing Mars.
THIS is the True Scale of Our Universe...
Get a sense of the true scale and shape of the universe we've discovered so far.
Scientists May Have Found Earth’s ‘Closest Twin’!
The possibility of another planet like Earth existing somewhere in the galaxy may sound far-fetched, but there might be some truth to it.
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.
Introducing the Astronauts That Were Just Launched Into Space
The two astronauts — veteran NASA fliers Bob Behnken and Doug Hurley are honored to have been on this flight. Let's get to know them!
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?
10 Advanced Animal Robots That Can Change the World
Check out these remarkably cool robotic animals that can be easily mistaken for a real animal.
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?
What Happens When You Keep a Jar of Pond Water?
This video is recommended to everyone delighted with nature and biology.
Evolution Isn’t Over: New Anatomical Feature In Humans
A new study reveals evolution is far from over. In fact, humans are developing a new anatomical feature: a third artery in the arms
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.
These Microscopic Living Robots Have Memory!
The Xenobot 2.0 is the upgraded version of the first living, self-healing robot in history. This tiny living robot could save millions of lives one day!
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?
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.
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?
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.
Taller Doesn't Mean Bigger - the True Size of Skyscrapers
If you were to compare skyscrapers by area rather than height, which skyscraper would end up on top?
The Story of the Internet: Who REALLY Invented It?
Who really invented the internet, and why did they REALLY do it?
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
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...
What Your Eyes Can Reveal About Your Intelligence
Recent research drew a surprising link between pupil size and intelligence, claiming a person’s approximate IQ can be predicted by simply measuring their pupils.
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.
12 Animals Scientists Want to Bring Back from Extinction
Here are twelves species that scientists are planning on bringing back from extinction.
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.
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
New Bionic Eye Developers Say It Will Cure Millions
Scientists are developing an artificial eye, that can potentially eliminate blindness and transform robotics!
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.
email addresses were disqulified from the list and couldn't be sent. To return Click Here
Instead of manually entering the email addresses you want to send to each and every time, you can now create your own personalized contact list that will be available for you to use any time you want to share one of our posts with your friends and family.
Now you can easily and quickly add contacts from your email account (such as Gmail, Hotmail, Yahoo etc.), or just manually add the email addresses you'd like to keep in your contact list.