Stop believing these 5 dinosaur myths

Sweet Jacqueline Howard talks nerdy to us and explains why we should not believe 5 dinosaur myths that are floating around the everywhere. Dinosaurs dies out 65 million years ago when an asteroid finished off the extinction job started by Earth back then. Those 5 myths are: – dinosaurs were dumb – nope, they weren’t […]

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Vsauce about coincidences: we see them because we want to see them

It is as simple as that: coincidences pop up all the time here and there. It is our brains that make connections and want to see patterns and personifications where it should not. We should be very thankful that our brain is able to see patterns. Patterns discerning is what makes us special on this […]

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The history of submarines: those things are quite old

The first submarine was a home made wooden craft built in the 1770s by David Bushnell. His first design was a simple wooden barrel with some levers that would make the vessel move around and dive. It wasn’t very robust, but it sparked a new era in navy combat. David bushnell’s “turtle” could not be […]

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Use science to keep your drinks cool

If you have a can of Coca-Cola or any other refreshment, it is hard to keep it cool when left outside the fridge. The guys at Inside Science explain why the can looses its cool: it is due to the condensation of water vapors outside the surface of the can. Water in the form of […]

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What’s the fastest animal in this world? Pilobolus, the fungus cannon

Pilobolus can eject the spores with a speed of up to 25 meters/second and it accelerates to the top speed in a millionth of a second. That means 20 000 G in that short period of time. That is simply insane. No other animal of living being for that matter is that fast. Now, let’s […]

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Recycle or the plastic cups will suffer forever of loneliness [image]

The guys at The Awkward Yeti have created the image from below. It is an image of a plastic cup that will remain forever alone because any other garbage will decompose. Poor plastic cup. Please recycle. Via IFL Science.

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10 food myths busted

I love crazies that tell everyone that we eat poison and that synthetic substances are bad and so on. They’re fun to watch because they passionately tell everyone to avoid otherwise harmless things and refuse, religiously, to look at evidence and just shut the f… up. Here are some of the food myths you will […]

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How was the first telephone built and how did it work?

The telephone was patented by Alexander Graham Bell in 1876 and its setup is way more complicated that I’ve previously thought. It isn’t just a simple rope/wire with some cups at the ends. It involves a battery, water, wires and a drum too. How did the first telephone work? You needed a battery from which […]

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The twin paradox

Nick from Science Asylum explains why the twin paradox is not a paradox. the paradoxes show up in our models and in our math, but they do not exist in the nature and the Universe is functioning perfectly even if we do not understand these physics paradoxes. The twin paradox says that if one of […]

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Jeff Jarvis: Technoeuropanic, or how Germany leads the technosceptic movement in Europe

If I want to read a good piece of journalistic endeavour, then I read BuzzMachine.com. Jeff Jarvis, the writer of What Would Google Do?, an awesome book I have read in 2013 about the corporate policy and changes inside Google, explains why Germany is leading a technosceptic or, dare i say, a technophobic movement in […]

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