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The Unlikely Bullies of the Underwater World
The story of the giant water lily, an underwater bully that takes over habitats to itself and won't share.
This Rescue Video Will Have You at the Edge of Your Seat
Watch as this impressive wild leopard gets stuck in wire and eventually rescued by a professional team.
How the James Webb Telescope Works
The James Webb Space Telescope is the most powerful telescope in space!
You Will Fall in Love With This Sweet Kestrel Couple
Watch the sweet story of a cute kestrel couple who overcome different challenges to become parents.
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?
The Personal Account of a True American Horse Wrangler!
Ever wondered what it would be like to live wild and free? Watch this personal account and find out for yourself!
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?
Thousand Layers Crispy French Fries Recipe
Peculiar as this french-fries recipe may be, we think the crunch is 100% worth it!
Special Eye Drops Could Soon Replace Eyeglasses
A simple bottle of eye drops may soon replace your prescription glasses.
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.
This Crazy Magnetic Fluid Defies Gravity - Fascinating!
Have you ever heard of ferrofluids? These bizarre fluids develop spiky shapes when combined with magnets, and one day, they may be used in medicine...
The Transistor: The Invention that Changed EVERYTHING....
We use transistors every day, all day. But how much do you know about this incredibly important invention?
16 Fascinating Facts About the Red Planet
Let's have a look at what we already know about the red planet.
Burj Khalifa - How the World's Tallest Building Was Built
Explore the building history of the Burj Khalifa and the engineering innovations that made the construction of the world's tallest building possible...
Can Sharks Truly Smell a Drop of Blood From a Mile Away?
There's a common belief that sharks can smell just a drop of human blood at a distance of a mile or even more... This guy decided to put this idea to the test.
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
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 Monaco Achieves the Impossible Year After Year
Monaco os smaller than New York's Central Park, yet it hold one of the world's biggest sporting events every year. How is this amazing feat achieved?
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?
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
New York's Grand Central Station Is Expanded As We Speak
The expansion of the New York City subway is long overdue. But what if we told you that the iconic Grand Central Station is growing as we speak?
12 Bizarre Scientific Facts You Never Learned at School
The scientific facts we collected in this list aren't the kind of stuff you'll see in a school curriculum.
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.
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?
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?
All the Nitty-Gritty About Solid Shampoo Bars
Get all the nitty-gritty of solid shampoo...
Did You Know Saturn's Rings Are as Young as the Dinosaurs?
Evidence suggests that Saturn didn't have its rings when dinosaurs roamed the Earth. So how did they form?
Are These Vintage Kitchen Gadgets Any Good?
Will any of the vintage kitchen gadgets stand the test of time or outperform their contemporary alternatives?
6 Chemical Reactions that Changed the Course of History
Although we rarely pay much attention to the chemistry that constantly surrounds us, these 6 reactions changed history.
Not Everything You Hear About Global Warming is True!
Don't believe everything you read or hear about the climate crisis. Some of those 'facts' might be completely false!
8 Amazing Gadgets & Inventions for OUTDOOR ENTHUSIASTS
Take a look at some next level inventions designed specifically for outdoor enthusiasts.
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?
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 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.
Do You Have a Lost Twin Somewhere in the World?
Learn the deep mechanisms in our brains that work to identify and remember hundreds of faces you know.
A Garden Without Soil - the Future of Growing Food
Vertical gardens like this one are the next big innovation in farming. The mind-boggling feature of these gardens is that they are completely free of soil!
Do You Think You Can Tell When a Child is Lying?
Learn all about a new technology that analyses facial expressions to detect lies.
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.
3D Printing Bones - Is It Possible?
As incredible as this sounds, scientists have learned to 3D print bones using living cells!
Cranes Collapse Way TOO Often - Biggest Crane Disasters
This video explains why cranes malfunction and collapse, using several major crane disasters as examples.
A Highway Under Water? Not That Farfetched
Learn about Norway's ambitious project of building a first-ever underwater floating tunnel highway.
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?
The Weirdest and Most Incredible Finds In the Solar System
This fascinating documentary shows us some of the strangest and most amazing finds in our solar system.
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