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A short history of Rubik’s cube

Keghan explains in under 3 minutes how Rubik’s cube came to life and what are the World’s Records on solving the cube. One thing is for sure: I haven’t played with one such cube in a very-very long time and I should start buying one. The world record for solving the classic 3-by-3 standard Rubik’s […]

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What is Reddit?

C.G.P. Grey has created an explanatory video about a really democratic entity, Reddit. In that social network you can post news and then others will vote the most interesting of them and push them on the front page. A news that shows on the front page can bring you up to 1 million views in […]

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Stop now and listen to this LHC rap/dubstep: Scale of the Universe

The Scale of the Universe is a subject often found in the middle of the interest of pretty much… everyone. The rap/dubstep video created by the guys from Sixty Symbols (YouTube) is totally amazing. They rounded up Dave and Vihart, yes THE Vihart, and created this incredbile song. It does make some sense and it […]

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How do you promote your newest HD TV? You scare the s**** out of people

I must admit. That was darn funny. They really did a nice set out there with a LG Ultra HD tv as window. People never suspected that the window form behind the interviewer is, in fact, a TV. When they saw the meteorite hitting the Earth and then the shockwave that was way to cool. […]

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The double slit experiment which proves that the electrons are particles AND waves

In the video from above Brian Greene explains how the double slit experiment allowed us to see that the electrons are particles and waves in the same time, much like you hear all around that light can be seen as particle and as a wave. The very act of observing the electron going through the […]

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A timelapse with the same train ride in 1953, 1983 and 2013? Totally possible

The mesmerizing video from above is even greater on the tunes of The Chemical Brothers – Star Guitar, one of the best train travelling song ever. The timelapse video features three videos taken in 1953, 1983 and 2013, 30 years apart from each other and it shows roughly the same terrain and tracks. Relaxing yet […]

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Slo-mo madness: see the explosion shockwave as it travels through the air at over 600 m/s

The guys at Earth Unplugged have made an interesting experiment: to see how fast an explosion shockwave would travel. As it turns out their experiments indicated a speed of over 600 meters per second, almost twice the speed of sound. The explosion shockwave creates a compression wave and a sonic boom. If you were to […]

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Amazing Super Mario Brothers parkour

Bye the beginning of the nineties I aplyed a lot Super Mario, Duck hunting and cars. We would never feel bored and, even if we knew how to move past the levels, we liiked it each time. And the music was/is also a great one still. In the video from above you can see the […]

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Learn more about Hank Green, from SciShow, one of my favourite geeks

Hank Green, from SciShow and CrashCourse, and probably a gazillion other educational geeky channels, is one of my favourite geeks, in the same line as Vsauce, Minute Physiucs, ASAP Science, CGP Grey, Head Squeeze and many others. He had a tough life in school, like many geeks, and now he is an internet superstar. The […]

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Animal superpowers and immortal animals [video]

Animals have the strangest powers from what I have seen. Joe Hanson shows us some of the animals and what they can do. The Hairy Frog, for example, can break its limbs and push claws through their skin like Wolverine, the Cuddlefish can camouflage itself by instantly mimicking colors and patterns, Tardigrades or Water Bears […]

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