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New VR Technology Makes 'Paralyzed For Life' Person Stand!
New successful clinical trial leads to amazing results.
Are You a Late Sleeper? This Super Video Explains Why
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Spectacular Spectacles! This Video Shows How Glasses Work
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Memory Not Working? The Answer May Be Hiding in Your Sleep
If you want to remember better, this lecture will tell you - The answer is in your sleep.
What Do You Really Know About the Fats You Eat?
Learn the difference between the good fats you should eat and the bad fats you should avoid.
Test Yourself: Discover the Change You Need to Make...
Answer the following questions and find out which negative reaction controls you in certain situations that you need to get rid of.
They Taught Us Our Multiplication Tables All Wrong!!
Most multiplication tables are designed really badly, so hardly anyone can learn from them. Read on to see what a real times table looks like.
These Wacky Inventions of the Past Appear Odd to Us Today!
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This Is How the World Could Look Like in Half a Century
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What a Vaccine’s “Efficacy Rate” Actually Means
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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
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.
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!
You Would Be Amazed On Seeing What Lies Inside the Planets
Watch to find out what lies inside the solar system's various celestial objects in this fascinating video.
Humans Enjoy Gold Now But Its Origins Are Extraterrestrial
This video traces the origins of the precious metal gold, which was formed in space before making its way to our planet.
15 Innovative Prosthetics That Look Almost Too Real!
This video features some really advanced and amazing prosthetics that look almost as good as the real thing.
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
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.
Is It Possible to Upload Your Mind & Live Eternally?
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19 Things to AVOID to Make Your Smart Phone Live Longer
19 common mistakes we all make, that make our phones age quicker.
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.
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
Watch as a Fun-Filled Day of Balloons Turns to Disaster!
The 1986 Cleveland Balloon Festival was meant to be a truly joyous occasion but instead quickly turned into a grave tragedy
Greatest Inventions and Science Discoveries - a Collection
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Spider Silk Could Be the Secret Weapon To Regrow Nerves
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Why a Ventilator Can Save a Person’s Life
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He created and envisioned many inventions that were sometimes even centuries ahead of their time. Was there ever a genius as great as Da-Vinci?
Get to Know Our Solar Neighborhood...
Enjoy this adorable animated documentary on the Solar System, Earth's place in it, and what lies ahead for space in the future!
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?
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.
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.
A Fascinating Look at How Your Body Makes DNA!
A fascinating and rare look at how DNA is made inside the body, using amazingly complex factories.
Guess What Happens When You Press These 6 Buttons?
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How to Make a Floating Chair
If you have some rope and wood - you too can build this floating chair!
Curious About Your Ancestry? This is How DNA Testing Works
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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!
How Robots Are Revolutionizing COVID-19 Care
One of the ways medicine may soon become even more tech-savvy is through the introduction of humanoid robots, and it's already starting to happen
What Happens When You Keep a Jar of Pond Water?
This video is recommended to everyone delighted with nature and biology.
Science Lesson: Why is Space Black?
This video will explain why exactly space is the color it is - black.
What Will Technology Be Like in 2050? Take a Look At These
Peak into the future and see what types of technologies will likely be made available in just a few short decades.
Alterego: How to Speak Without Actually Speaking
Have a look at this fascinating invention that allows you to carry one conversations without actually speaking or writing a word.
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