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Confused Between the Arctic & the Antarctic? Watch This...
The Arctic and the Antarctic lie at the opposite extremes of the planet., but they still confuse many. What are the differences between them?
3 Exercises That Will Help You When Running to the Store
3 lower body exercises that will keep you independent.
Nature’s Wonders: Axolotls Have the Most INSANE Features
The axolotl, a salamander native to Mexico, is known for its incredible regenerative powers. Let's discover more.
We Knew Ravens Are Smart. But This One Will AMAZE You
Meet Fable, the incredibly smart raven who can play the piano!
Elephants Are Evolving to Lose Their Tusks Due to Poaching
Under pressure from poaching, African elephants are evolving and going tuskless!
Nitinol: The Metal With a Memory!
Have you ever heard of nitinol, a metal that can "remember" its original shape when heated?
One of the Most Extreme Electric Cars Ever Made
This electric Mercedes looks more like a spaceship than a vehicle. With a 204 horsepower engine and an aerodynamic design, could this be your new dream car?
How to Transfer Data From Your Old iPhone to The New One
Got a new iPhone? Here's how you can move all your data from your old iPhone to the new one.
How to Make a Floating Chair
If you have some rope and wood - you too can build this floating chair!
Comparing 5 DNA Sets: Which Test is Best?
In this video, 5 main brands are compared and contrasted in order to provide you with some real information but which has the most to offer for the money spent.
Inspiring Examples of Urban Greening from Around the World
Watch the great David Attenborough show us some inspiring examples of urban greening from around the world.
Why Concrete Needs Reinforcement - a Live Demonstration
We were shocked when we saw this video demonstration that shows just how fragile concrete is on its own and how much metal reinforcement can help...
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.
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?
Why Do Buildings Need Foundations?
This visual demonstration shows what happens when you build a house without reinforcing it with a foundation.
The First Valentine's Day Was Not That Long Ago
Let us take you on a fun history lesson with these 10 first-ever things that started way back in history and remain to this day.
Is It Possible to Upload Your Mind & Live Eternally?
Life eternal is the ultimate dream. Will supercomputers be able to grant us that wish? Is it possible to upload our minds to a computer and live forever?
First Successful Pig Heart Transplant Lasts For 3 Days
On January 7, surgeons successfully transplanted the heart of a genetically modified pig into a human.
The World's Deepest Swimming Pool Just Unveiled in Dubai
This brand new pool in Dubai is the deepest in the world! Take a virtual dive into this fascinating engineering marvel, complete with an entire sunken city.
Fascinating - How to Brush Your Teeth in Space
Living in space comes with a lot of unexpected limitations. Personal hygiene, for example, can become a real challenge...
This House Was Built By a ROBOT
Meet Hadrian X, the first mobile brick-laying robot that can build a house 10 times faster than an ordinary construction worker.
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?
We Are a Step Closer to a True Sustainable Energy Source
China successfully powered up its nuclear fusion reactor, nicknamed 'artificial sun'. We are now one step closer to a sustainable energy source.
Will This Lab Grown Chicken Become the Food of the Future?
Lab-grown meat came a long way. Take a look at this artificial chicken, for example. It's absolutely identical to the real thing!
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.
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?
5 Ways 3D Printing Is Changing the World
From medicine to apparel and housing, here are 5 fields that have already evolved beyond belief thanks to 3D printers.
China’s City of the Future May Be a Revolutionary Concept
China is developing a futuristic city that could well turn out to revolutionize the way we live.
Learn While Laughing: The Incredible Tardigrade
If you love nature and you love laughing, this incredible series of nature videos are a great way to spend a few minutes.
Why Was the Recipe of Concrete Lost in the Middle Ages?
Ancient Romans invented concrete millennia ago. But then, in the Middle Ages, the recipe of concrete has been forgotten for centuries...
Guess What Happens When You Press These 6 Buttons?
Turns out the pedestrian crossing button, along with a few other common buttons, intentionally do nothing. So why are they even there?
Where Did the World’s Brightest Gemstones Get Their Color?
In this TED-Ed video, Jeff Dekofsky teaches us how gemstones are formed and where the most beautiful ones get their color
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.
All You Ever Wanted to Ask About the Universe
Discover more about the universe by reading through these facts.
Highway Noise Barriers - How Effective Are They?
Recent studies claim that highway noise barriers do more harm than good...
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.
Why Do Boats Create Ripples On the Water As They Move?
Why do ducks, boats, leaves, and pretty much any other object moving through water leave these wavy ripples?
This Floating Airport in Japan is an Engineering Marvel
Learn all about the unique Kansai International Airport, the world's first airport located on a man-made island.
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 Railway Line That Will Be in the Middle of the Desert
The Gulf Railway Project will be connecting six of the Middle East’s countries. But the line will be built in the middle of a desert!
This Amazing Device Stops Plastic From Reaching the Oceans
The Ocean Cleanup is an organization based in the Netherlands. They are determined to keep the earth's waters pollution-free.
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.
Ever Wonder How Sugar Is Made?
The next time you add a spoonful of sugar into your morning cup of coffee, you'll know how much work was put into making it, from start to finish...
Video Box: All the Things That Make Our Planet Tick
Give your brain a little scratch with a series of earth-themed general knowledge lessons in the form of quirky and cute animations.
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