What Was the World’s First Private Space Flight Like?
Astronaut Mike Massimino what Jeff Bezos experienced on the world's first private space flight.
Why Do People Pick Their Skin or Pull the Hair?
Do you know someone who always picks their skin or pulls out their own hair? Both of these bad habits have a surprising cause...
The Reason Indonesia Is Home To SO MANY Active Volcanoes
Indonesia has more active volcanoes than any other place on Earth. This video explains why so much volcanic activity is centered in one country.
Why Do People In Big Cities Walk FASTER?
It's been proven that people who live in big, densely populated cities tend to walk faster than those who live in smaller towns. The question is why?
The Thinker: Little-Known Facts About the Famous Statue
The Thinker by Auguste Rodin is one of the most famous sculptures in the world. But there's so much we still don't know about it...
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!
Do You Like the Smell of Rain? This Is Why
One of the best things about rain and thunderstorms is that clean fresh smell afterward. But what actually causes that distinct scent?
The History of Hitchhiking Is Surprisingly Interesting
The reason why the custom of hitchhiking doesn't exist anymore will surprise you. No, it's not because it's too dangerous...
What a Vaccine’s “Efficacy Rate” Actually Means
Does having higher efficacy rates make a vaccine better? According to health experts these numbers are actually the wrong way to compare vaccines.
Why Planes Never Fly Over Tibet
it seems aircrafts will go out of their way to fly around Tibet rather than over it. But what makes flying over Tibet so dangerous?
Can Loud Music Really Damage Your Hearing?
Have you ever been to a loud concert or gathering and felt that it affected your hearing? You're not imagining it...
Not all Viruses Are Bad, Some Are Actually Necessary
Some viruses are beneficial to humans. In fact, they are an inseparable part of human anatomy and have even shaped the evolution of humanity!
Why All Baking Recipes Call For the Same Oven Temperature
Ever wondered why all baking recipes call for an oven temperature of 350°F? There is an interesting mix of science and history behind it...
Balloon Framing Affects Many Americans - But What Is It?
In general, American houses tend to be much less sturdy than houses elsewhere. But why is that?
Crying Is the Most Human Thing You Can Do, Here’s Why
Did you know that humans are the only animal in the world that produces tears due to emotion? Here are some fascinating facts about tears and crying.
There Is More to Switzerland's Neutrality Than You Know…
Staying neutral during conflict isn't so simple. This video reveals some fascinating facts about Switzerland's neutrality and its true cost.
Explained: The Reason Why February Only Has 28 Days
Ever wondered why February consists of only 28 days? Well, here are some answers...
Vaccinations SHOULD Trigger Side Effects, Here’s Why
Once you watch this video and understand why vaccine side effects happen, you may even be happy to get that headache.
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...
The Surprising Reason Why We Don’t Hear Ad Jingles Anymore
Have you ever wondered why you don’t really hear jingles anymore? Why did they disappear, and what does it have to do with Michael Jackson? Find out here.
5G: How It Works and Why It Isn’t All That Scary
The term "5G" is everywhere. This video explains what 5G really is, how it actually works, and why it’s safe.
Wagyu Beef: Why It Tastes Different & Why It’s SO Pricey
If you've ever heard the term "Wagyu beef", it was likely mentioned in the context of how pricey it is. But what is it and how is it different from regular beef?
How Singapore Became One Of the World’s Richest Countries
Singapore is one of the richest and most expensive countries to live in. How did this island city-state accumulate this wealth, despite its humble beginnings?
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?
What Makes Silk SO Expensive?
Just one yard of silk can cost as much as 100 US dollars, which is many times the cost of silk-like polyester fabrics. But what makes this fabric so pricy?