SciShow: what is energy?

Energy can be found everywhere and in many forms. In the same way as the existence of matter, energy as existed since the dawn of the Universe. It is a constant quantity in the Universe: nothing gets lost, but only transformed. Energy is the ability to do work and mass and energy are the same […]

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Realistic fears – halloween rap by Coma Niddy

I like this guy. Coma Niddy creates great science videos and also science rap music. He is one of a kind and I like that he tries to paint science in batter lights, he tries to get it to the masses through music. Have fun with his newest rap, the realistic fears, Halloween version.

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Learn the full story about ebola

I’ve written about ebola before and you need not fear if you’re outside West Africa. Ebola, also called Ebola Virus Disease, generated by the Ebola Zaire strain, is a virus that can be transmitted only via direct contact. So, if you’re in the same room with someone that is ill of ebola, then don’t touch […]

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AMD vs Intel smackdown: Intel is better, but about 30% pricier

The answer is short: Intel is better because it has invested more into processors than AMD. AMD delivers almost the same performance for the same cost, however it is cheaper. So, if you have money to spend, buy an Intel i7 newest generation. If money are an issue, then try to buy an AMD FX […]

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Brady Haran’s mile of Pi

Ok, that guys is crazy. Brady Haran printed out one mile of Pi, meaning 1 million digits for number Pi. Matt Parker checks out the mile of Pi and then presents some interesting things that can be found along the way. What Matt Parker has found: – Feynmann point : 999999 at position 762 – […]

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Mental floss: misconceptions about food #2

Elliot Morgan kills some food myths and explains why they are simply that, myths. MSG, or monosodium glutamate, can be found in soy sauce and it does not pose a risk to health, unless eaten too much. Twinkies do expire: after 45 days. Tomatoes are fruits, but the food chefs want us to look at […]

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Now, that’s how you promote science, bitches: Ambition, the movie

Ambition is a collaboration between Platige Image and ESA. Directed by Tomek Bagiński and starring Aiden Gillen and Aisling Franciosi. Ambition was shot on location in Iceland, and screened on 24 October 2014 during the British Film Institute’s celebration of Sci-Fi: Days of Fear and Wonder, at the Southbank, London. Ambition is a movie created […]

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Bigcommerce templates: customization and store design changes at the best price [S]

You own a Bigcommerce ecoomerce store. You have the products, the resources, the people and are ready to sell. Big Time, as BIG from Bigcommerce also says. Now, you have chosen a Bigcommerce template that is great, even responsive, and does a lot of things the way you wanted to, but not quite what you […]

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How to see time travel

Joe Hanson explains how we can see time travel or, better said, how subatomic particles feel the dilation of time as they fly around us at near the speed of light. Using what is called a cloud chamber, a particle detector, you can detect muons, secondary radiation particles that are generated after particles from the […]

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How Gutenberg’s printing press revolutionized the glass industry

At first only few clergies would have books to read and, if they would not read those tiny letters, then they would use glass monoculars that were big and clunky. Their shape was the one of a hemispehere and they had limited use. When Gutenberg had its printing press invented in 1450, the revolution of […]

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