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Exploring the ocean's "Twilight Zone" - More people have been to the moon than to the ocean’s Twilight Zone. Why is it so hard to get there, and why do these scientists want to go?

Filed Under: Science, Beautiful, Interesting, Nature

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To Scale: The Solar System - On a dry lakebed in Nevada, a group of friends build the first scale model of the solar system with complete planetary orbits: a true illustration of our place in the universe.

Filed Under: Science, Interesting, Creative

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Pluto Wows in spectacular new backlit panorama - The latest images from NASA’s New Horizons spacecraft have scientists stunned.

Filed Under: Science, Beautiful

Views: 82 Comments: 0 Voted: 0

Why do people cry? - Mental Floss tackles this question and like many others, we don't have a definitive answer, but some pretty good hypotheses.

Filed Under: Science, Interesting

Views: 35 Comments: 0 Voted: 0

World's first head transplant planned for 2017 - Valery Spiridonov, diagnosed with a genetic muscle-wasting condition called Werdnig-Hoffmann disease volunteered for the world's first head transplant, which is scheduled for December 2017.

Filed Under: Science, Incredible

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Showers? That's so 12 years ago. - Meet Dave Whitlock, a man who hasn't showered in 12 years. He contends that he's cleaner than you.

Filed Under: Science, Gross

Views: 27 Comments: 0 Voted: 0

Why Don’t Spiders Stick to Their Webs? - Spiderwebs are designed to trap bug-sized creatures. So how come spiders don’t get stuck?

Filed Under: Science, Animals, Interesting, Nature

Views: 32 Comments: 0 Voted: 0

How modern medicine managed to make Alzheimer's communicable - Modern medicine managed to give a disease called Creutzfeldt-Jakob Disease, which is like Alzheimer's disease on steroids, to a large number of people by mingling brain between people.

Filed Under: Science, Educational, Oops

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Destroying space debris with lasers - Space lasers aren't yet a thing but could help us get rid of the floating landfill we've created in our upper atmosphere.

Filed Under: Science, Interesting, Technology

Views: 34 Comments: 0 Voted: 0

10 BANNED Medical Practices You Won't Believe Existed! - Matthew Santoro reminds us that as humans, we've done some spectacularly horrific things in the name of medicine.

Filed Under: Science, Educational, Fail

Views: 39 Comments: 0 Voted: 1

Why do planes fly so high? - Ever wonder why planes don't hang around closer to the ground? Well, wonder no more!

Filed Under: Aeronautics, Interesting, Science

Views: 35 Comments: 0 Voted: 0

Can we build an invisibility cloak? - Short answer: maybe.

Filed Under: Technology, Interesting, Science

Views: 32 Comments: 0 Voted: 0

Why a moving bike doesn't want to fall over - It's not what you thought and it's not any one reason. Here's the real scoop.

Filed Under: Bicycles, Science, Interesting

Views: 44 Comments: 0 Voted: 0

Why does your breath stink in the morning? - In my case, Satan poops in my mouth while I sleep, but the reason for your bad breath is likely different as Sci-Show explains.

Filed Under: Science, Interesting

Views: 56 Comments: 0 Voted: 0

The schitzophrenic Portugese Man o' War - Meet the Man o' War. Or Men o' Wars... depending on how they're getting along on that particular day.

Filed Under: Nature, Animals, Science

Views: 32 Comments: 0 Voted: 0

The science behind the white gold blue black dress - Here's the scoop on why nobody can decide on which color the dress actually is.

Filed Under: Science, Interesting

Views: 60 Comments: 0 Voted: 0

How measles made a comeback - SciShow News explores how a diseases that was officially eliminated in the U.S. has made a sudden comeback.

Filed Under: Health, Science

Views: 25 Comments: 0 Voted: 0

What is Deja Vu? - Most of us have felt it before, that strange sensation that you\'ve been somewhere or seen something before, as if you already remembered what\'s happening. Are you psychic? Nope, that\'s just deja vu

Filed Under: Educational, Science

Views: 56 Comments: 0 Voted: 0

The worst Nobel Prize ever awarded - SciShow explores the grim story of the lobotomy, the medical procedure that earned its inventor perhaps the most regrettable Nobel Prize in history.

Filed Under: Science, Health, Technology

Views: 35 Comments: 0 Voted: 0

Your face at 100 mph - Tom Scott shows you what it\'s like to stand in a 100 mph breeze.

Filed Under: Science, Interesting

Views: 35 Comments: 0 Voted: 0

Your spine does more than you think - While keeping balance, we give a lot of credit to our eyes and ears, but much more is at play.

Filed Under: Science, Health

Views: 39 Comments: 0 Voted: 0

Plasma, The Most Common Phase of Matter in the Universe - Get to know plasma, the most common, but probably least understood, phase of matter in the universe!

Filed Under: Science, Educational, Interesting

Views: 48 Comments: 0 Voted: 0

How many heartbeats will you get? - If everything works out the way it should, your heart will tick over 2 billion times!

Filed Under: Science

Views: 28 Comments: 0 Voted: 0

Everything you wanted to know about your skin - Crash Course sets you straight, teaching you everything you could want to know about the integumentary system.

Filed Under: Science, Interesting

Views: 37 Comments: 0 Voted: 0

Fun with gases - What happens when you breathe the opposite of helium, creating your own cloud with nitrogen and flaming hydrogen bubble clusters.

Filed Under: Science, Interesting, Funny, Educational

Views: 111 Comments: 0 Voted: 0

Meet the man that made the information age possible - It\'s not who you\'d expect. In fact, you\'ve probably never heard of him but this man helped the human race learn the power of 1\'s and 0\'s, unlocking all the technology we know today.

Filed Under: Science, Educational, Creative

Views: 51 Comments: 0 Voted: 0

6 fun experiments for kids - Bouncing eggs, visualizing sounds and more.

Filed Under: Science, Interesting, Educational

Views: 80 Comments: 0 Voted: 0

9 volt battery dangers - Nothing mentioned about touching to your tongue.

Filed Under: Educational, Unexpected, Science, Oops, Interesting

Views: 62 Comments: 0 Voted: 0

Greenland and Iceland's lightshow - Enjoy the Aurora Borealis, an incredible light show put on by the earth.

Filed Under: Nature, Science, Beautiful

Views: 80 Comments: 0 Voted: 0

Where do birds go in the winter? - As winter approaches, V-shaped flocks glide overhead as the world\'s birds begin their long treks to warmer climates. Humans used to have some pretty crazy theories about where birds went for winter.

Filed Under: Animals, Science

Views: 80 Comments: 0 Voted: 0

Can you drink too much water? - Yes, and unfortunately, coffee is not the answer.

Filed Under: Science

Views: 62 Comments: 0 Voted: 0

Why rivers meander - Ever wonder why our rivers and creeks never take the express route to the ocean?

Filed Under: Science, Nature, Interesting

Views: 75 Comments: 0 Voted: 0

Why your body feels full - This won\'t stop you from eating too much at Thanksgiving, but it will explain why you feel the way you do at the end of Turkey day.

Filed Under: Science, Food, Interesting

Views: 67 Comments: 0 Voted: 0

The dirtiest things in your life - This problem is easily solved by brushing your teeth with the toilet seat.

Filed Under: Science, Interesting

Views: 68 Comments: 0 Voted: 0

RIP Philae - Why we probably won\'t hear from the first spacecraft to land on a comet again.

Filed Under: Technology, Science

Views: 71 Comments: 0 Voted: 0

How invasive species work - And how humans always make it worse when they get involved.

Filed Under: Science, Animals

Views: 79 Comments: 0 Voted: 0

How plants communicate to each other - Now I feel bad about mowing my lawn.

Filed Under: Nature, Interesting, Science

Views: 72 Comments: 0 Voted: 0

Accidental discoveries that changed the world - Throughout the history of science, many major discoveries came accidentally.

Filed Under: Science, Interesting, Technology

Views: 106 Comments: 0 Voted: 0

Wikipedia knows when you\'re sick - SciShow News explains how Wikipedia has been used to track, and even predict, outbreaks of disease all over the world.

Filed Under: Science, Interesting

Views: 82 Comments: 0 Voted: 0

Your skin is a great first-aid kit - When we are cut or wounded, our skin begins to repair itself through a complex, well-coordinated process.

Filed Under: Science, Interesting

Views: 90 Comments: 0 Voted: 0

52 things you incorrectly thought you knew in one infographic - No need to add salt to boiling water and quit calling Napoleon short!

Filed Under: Educational, Interesting, Science

Views: 124 Comments: 0 Voted: 0

A lesson in the language of lying - A very interesting video that asks whether we\'re looking at the wrong thing to detect lies.

Filed Under: Science, Interesting

Views: 90 Comments: 0 Voted: 0

Why do babies seem so cute? - Spoiler alert! It\'s so we don\'t get bored of them and allow them to starve to death.

Filed Under: Science, Interesting, Babies

Views: 83 Comments: 0 Voted: 0

Did we discover or invent math? - I know this is going to shock you, but it seems that there\'s some indecision concerning the answer.

Filed Under: Interesting, Science

Views: 85 Comments: 0 Voted: 0

Your brain on coffee - I took the \"effectively impossible to overdose on caffeine\" as a challenge.

Filed Under: Science, Food, Interesting

Views: 83 Comments: 0 Voted: 0

Why isn\'t the sky purple? - Minute physics explains why the sky isn\'t violet if it\'s a higher frequency color than blue.

Filed Under: Science, Interesting, Nature

Views: 112 Comments: 0 Voted: 0

How does sugar affect the body? - Although it doesn\'t make me any skinnier, I feel a little better that my brain is forcing me to eat Twizzlers.

Filed Under: Science, Interesting

Views: 89 Comments: 0 Voted: 0

How to see time travel - It\'s got something to do with invisible time traveling sub-atomic particles from another galaxy.... and a kitchen egg timer.

Filed Under: Science, Interesting

Views: 84 Comments: 0 Voted: 0

Astronauts build super-cool water bubble - The next time you\'re sitting in space all bored, give this a shot.

Filed Under: Science, Interesting

Views: 90 Comments: 0 Voted: 0

Why are some people left-handed? - We\'ve got two perfectly good hands attached to two perfectly good arms, so why do most people prefer to use one over the other for common tasks?

Filed Under: Science, Interesting

Views: 90 Comments: 0 Voted: 0



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