Robert Goddard, the original rocket scientist

SciShow space takes us through a journey into Robert Goddard’s life, the original rocket scientist. He was the first one to say that you do not need air to move a rocket around. He told everyone that you could use a rocket in space and he was ridiculed at first. Then he invented a liquid […]

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5 experiments you can try at home

The King of Random presents 5 experiments you can try and do at home. I tested the one with the vacuum bottle and it definitively works. Also, the one with the battery seems to be a pretty incredible experiment we could do. Projects featured in this compilation: – Steam Vacuum Experiment: http://bit.ly/SteamVacuum – How to […]

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ESA has landed a robot on comet 67P – a worlds first

OK, this is the most awesome thing you’ll hear this year: ESA, European Space Agency, lanched the Rosetta spacecraft 10 years ago and on Nov 12th 2014, 16:00 GMT, was able to land the robot called Philae on comet 67P/Churyumov-Gherasimenko. That is the first time in human history when a spacecraft traced and orbited a […]

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Why is light the fastest thing ever?

Light travels at the speed of 300 000 kmph or about 180 000 mph, which is a LOT. In fact, any object with mass cannot travel at that speed as you’d need to spend a infinite amount of energy to accelerate a body to that speed. The fact that light, when stationary, is without mass […]

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Watch a Lyre Bird imitate a laser beam cannon

In the video from above you will see a Lyre bird, the single animal on Earth that can imitate a huge array of sounds incredibly well. In the video from above at 00:09, 00:17, 00:48 – 00:58, 01:24 you will hear the Lyre bird making the sound of a laser cannon. How fast can these […]

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The accidental discoveries were not so accidental

well, it is a known fact that people love accidental discoveries, but few know that those discoveries, though they seems to be the result of chance, were, in fact, a set of circumstances that would’ve ultimately led to the given discovery. that means that if the Curie family would not have worked with radioactive materials, […]

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Supermasive black holes: killers and birthers of stars and galaxies

Black holes are able to eat up just about anything that falls into them. You need to see that I mentioned falling, not being sucked in. Today we know that at the center of each galaxy is a supermassive black hole, a black hole that can be hundreds or millions of times the mass of […]

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Beer can levitation. Can someone explain this?

Thuderf00t created a simple experiment in which he was able to livetate a magnet over a beer can. First he connected the beer can to a drill and then started spinning that beer can. Once that beer can was rotating the magnet was pushed away from the beer can. how is that possible? Does anyone […]

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Inside look on how the Tesla S model is manufactured

The guys at Interesting Engineering have found some great videos that show the insides of the Tesla factory. You get to see how they use robots to do a lot of the work in the factory and how they build the cars. The S model is a great electric car that I would like to […]

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