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Factory overcloked video cards: not really worth it

The guys as LinusTechTips have tested a row of video cards and compared the factory overcloked ones with the base referenced. Although there were some improvements, it didn’t really matter incredibly much. If you can spare the money, then try to buy the next tier video card, but don’t just jump on to the flag […]

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Water was here all along

Really, water didn’t come from asteroids or meteorites. The water was here at the formation of the solar system. After the Earth cooled down the water could clump together into oceans and then allow life to form. In fact, we have three oceans worth of water lying right now at 700 miles below Earths crusts […]

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Anti-theft tags decomposed: how to they work?

Applied Science is a great YouTube channel where you learn about the practical concepts derived from science theories. He uses a ton of devices to explain the science behind things from around us. In the video from above you can see the explanation of how anti-theft tags work. Their workings are based on a phenomenon […]

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What and how: fruits/vegetables and diverting an asteroid

What is the difference between a fruit and a vegetable? You call it a fruit when the part that you eat stemmed from the flower of the plant, then grew around some seeds. This way cucumber, peas, apples, pears and tomatoes are fruits. But what about vegetables? If you eat the root, the leaves or […]

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Assasins Kittehs: they kill with cuteness

The guys at Mr. TV Cow have created a cute video of kittens dresses as Assassin’s Creed main hero. You will never know what cuteness hit you when it comes. Awesome way to start the week, eh?

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Introductory concepts: science based medicine, evolutionary biology, information history, astronomy

Yes, another week-end has passed and I’ve spent quite some time following courses and documentaries. What a life! In the video from above you will learn what science based medicine is and why is it important. Knowing a couple of basic concepts from the world of medicine, the true one, not the one which heals […]

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PC games: gaming laptop NP987OU2 G, Sapphire AMD R9 380X Nitro, XFX Radeon R9 Fury. Bonus: light-field camera

The Sager NP987OU2 G gaming laptop costs about $3700, but you have the performance of a gaming desktop computer in it. You can play whatever you want given the specs. The one from the video above has desktp Intel processor 6700K and a Ddesktop video card Nvidia GTX 980, The base specs cost about $2300 […]

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GTA V with lightsabers

The Verge has a neat treat for this week-end. They’ve posted an article with the video from above. Now, let us just think through: lighsabers would be really cool in the game. You already are able to withstand ton of bullets hitting you. Why not lightsabers?

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Yay, David Tennant, one of the Doctors in Dr. Who TV series, explains why General Relativity is important

David Tennant, who is well known for his role as one of the Doctors in the Dr. Who TV series which airs on BCC, explains the importance of General Relativity. Why do we see such a video? Because this month is 100 years since it was published by Albert Einstein. For those who do not […]

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Science craze: 7 hours of science. I dare you watch them all in one day!

Yesterday and Saturday were lazy days for me. I had some work to do, but otherwise made sure to spend hours upon hours watching documentaries, online videos of courses. In the first video you see a team from Fermilab, US talking about a specific topic, like what are neutrinos or the importance of an operator […]

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