X-ray to good use in cristalography: how do we create 3D maps of complex molecules like proteins

The Royal Institution has created a great video explaining how do we came to create such intricate 3D models of complex molecules like those that make up proteins. The science and the astounding work behind x-ray cristalography is truly amazing. X-rays are dangerous to humans, but if you use them in a clever way and […]

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Usefull: FM music transmitter for iPhone 5

The guy(s) at iPhone Music Transmitter sell a nice device that will make your life easier if you have some older cars that cannot connect via wire or wireless to your iPhone 5. Wesly Wade sells a device that can be plugged into the iPhone and then transmits your music via FM radio. Once you […]

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Cuteness overdose: cute kittens singing

Cuteness overdose. You really can’t stop listening to the song of these kittens. Electronic mixing aside, the video is quite nice and the kitten do a great job, as all kitten do: be playful and make us smile. Have fun! The song used in the video above is called ‘River Flows In You’, played by […]

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Balloons move forward when you accelerate your car forwards. Why?

Destin, from Smarter Every Day, did a great experiment which baffled me. For a while I would now know what the heck is happening in there and then he showed the example with the water in the jar where you would also see a bubble of air. When you accelerate that jar forwards, the water […]

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Basejump from Burj Khalifa, the tallest building in the World

Burj Khalifa is 829.8 meter high and thus has enough height to let people do basejumps from it. The height is just about enough for some seconds of fun before you need to deploy the parachute. The video might seem long, but they are free falling just a couple of seconds. Given the formula t […]

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10 species that may go extinct in the next 10 years

This top 10 depresses me. While I will always put humans before anything else, i can’t stop but wonder at what destruction we have done to entire animal species. Did they had to die or go extinct? No, but we obviously don’t care as much. We need to be more aware of the changes we […]

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Watch out for meat eating plants!

SciShow tells us about meat eating plants that have amazed Darwin so much in 1860. Darwin studied a meat eating plant named Sundew or Drosera and called it insectivorous plant, but today we name them carnivorous plants. There are over 600 carnivorous meant eating plant species out there and they all want to eat your […]

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26 asteroids exploded in Earth atmosphere in the last 13 years

26 asteroids exploded between 200 and 2013 in Earth’s atmosphere and 7 among them were more powerful than the Hiroshima bomb. Nuclear Test Ban Treaty Organization‘s detection network of over 85 stations located around the world found the locations of each such explosion. The question arises: how can we find out when the next meteroid […]

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Cannabis, good or bad?

It seems that some US states have legalized cannabis and people are starting to use it. What is more interesting is that I have not seen any news of increased pot usage since it has been legalized. Many feared that people would smoke that day in, day out and that many more will add to […]

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SEO: how can you check if a domain has been burned?

Matt Cutts, from Google’s Webspam team, explains what to do when you want to buy a brand new domain name. It is a known fact that if a domain has been burned from Google’s index due to spam or hacking, then if you buy that domain you won’t be able to rank. Few of my […]

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