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Could These Signals Be A Sign of Extraterrestrial Life?
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.
Why Cairo is the Middle East’s Gem
Discover the magic of the largest and most impressive desert city in the world!
What Dancing Looks Like Around the World
Dance is a universal sign of joy... but it looks quite different in every country! Check out these 20 fascinating dance styles from around the globe.
These Customs are Common ONLY in the US
What are the things that seem completely normal in the US but make people from other countries raise an eyebrow?
The History of IQ Tests Has a Dark Side
This video offers an interesting recount of the rather dark history of IQ tests and the levels of their accuracy.
Does ‘Buy One Get One Free’ Actually Make You Spend More
Find out why 'buy one get one free' isn’t actually such a big discount, and what to consider before buying more than you originally planned to.
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
Why Tamara de Lempicka Was a Groundbreaking Art Icon
Get to know Tamara de Lempicka - a groundbreaking Art Deco painter and a symbol for women's liberation, who ruled the art scene in the 1920s.
Are You a Late Sleeper? This Super Video Explains Why
Why is it that some people are late risers, and some are morning people? It's all down to our genetics. Have a look here to find out more.
What is Our Executive Brain, and How Can One Improve It?
Did you know your brain had a brain? The executive brain is the part of us that plans. What is it and how to improve its function?
Find Out How Bionic Limbs Are Transforming Countless Lives
Discover how a bionic revolution is greatly helping in transforming the lives of countless people with disabilities.
What If Your Plants Could Tell You When They’re Thirsty?
These people have designed an smart planter that can sense sunlight, temperature and moisture in the soil.
Hair Regeneration Could Be Possible With This New Process
Learn about an innovative new study which has revealed a novel treatment for effective hair regeneration.
A New Species of Humans Found? Exploring In Depth.
A new species of human remains were found in a very deep cave in South Africa. This is so exciting for scientists, and we're discussing it in this video.
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.
World's 'First' Coronavirus Vaccine is Launched In Russia
Russia is all set to launch a coronavirus vaccine that is reportedly safe and effective. However, experts are skeptical.
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
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.
Leading Astronauts Address the Most Common Space Questions
Watch some of the leading astronauts of the world address some of the most common space questions in this video.
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.
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.
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.
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?
Fascinating Science: How Old Can We Actually Get?
All things being equal, and technology continually progressing - How old can a human body really get?
Can Light Itself Be Captured On Camera? Yes It Can!
Ramesh Raskar presents femto-photography, a new type of imaging so fast it visualizes the world one trillion frames per second, so detailed it shows light itself in motion. This technology may someday be used to build cameras that can look "around" c
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
These Optical Illusions Will Shock Your Mind!
Optical illusions create miscommunication between our eyes and brain making, us see things that are not really there or not see things that are right in front of us. See for yourself.
Fascinating: Three Different Ways to Breathe
Here is an infographic that presents a detailed look at different ways of breathing in three different living beings.
Why Time Travel Won't Work: The Bootstrap Paradox
The Bootstrap Paradox is a major tenant of the science of time travel, denoting a paradoxical situation that may occur when traveling to the past
Coronavirus: This Is How the Outbreak May Finally Stop
Here is a look at some likely scenarios by which the ongoing novel coronavirus pandemic might eventually come to an end.
What Happens When You Keep a Jar of Pond Water?
This video is recommended to everyone delighted with nature and biology.
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.
Science Lesson: Common Myths About Evolution Dispelled
This video is going to dispel the many misconceptions about the theory of evolution.
This Is the Lightest Solid Substance in the Whole World
Aerogel is the lightest solid in existence, but how was it invented and what is it used for?
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?
Spelling Bee: Choose the Correct Version of the Word!
Bring your A, B and C game because we have 16 confusing words for you to spell!
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.
The Surprising Scientific Facts Behind Willpower
If you ever wondered why some people succumb to temptations or addictions, this interesting video will explain the science behind it.
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.
Breathalyzers May Be More Important Than You Thought
This video does a great job in breaking down how in the future, breath analysis can be used to detect disease and prevent more invasive procedures.
Impossible Phenomena Occur In Planets Across the Universe
Take a look at these 5 occurrences that would be impossible to happen on Earth but are a daily thing on these other planets
Know The Truth Of The Origins Of New Viruses
Learn the origins of new viruses and how they evolve and infect new hosts.
10 Extraordinary Space Launch Failures You Must See
Space flight is a tough and risky business. Here is a look at some devastating yet incredible space launch failures over the years.
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