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Cancer science: was Angelina Jolie forced to do mastectomy?

Hank Green presents in SciShow why Angelina Jolie did mastectomy. Mestectomy is the procedure of surgically removing the breasts and that is a shitty thing, because I like her and ther movies. Too bad to hear that. Hank explains that she had a mutant gene in her DNA that raised the possibility that she could […]

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Vsauce explores the future via the almighty IF path

Michael Stevens from Vsauce has created another amazing video where he explains a bit how we humans can predict or not certain things. Take planet trajectories or solar eclipses for example. They seems easy enough to predict, however it is hard to predict a storm. Micheal also answers a couple of IF questions and presents […]

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Most venomous and poisonous animals in the World and how to protect yourself using antivenom.

Hank Green explains in SciSchow the difference between venom and poison and shares a list of the most dangerous animals that generate toxic substances. Venom, if ingested (eaten) does not hurt you, but poison does. One quote form the video is “It is not the poison that it kills you. It is the dose”. Great […]

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Vsauce explains: life in space is hard [video - born in space]

Vsauce aka Michael Stevens explains how the life in space is and what changes our bodies could feel in weightlessness. In outer space, in weightlessness, you can lose up to 40 – 60% of the bone mass, the muscles become weaker and you lose about 22% of the blood in your body. And no, the […]

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Superman vs Thor. Superman wins. Here is why!

In a battle between Superman and Thor, who would win? Thor is a god and Superman is an anointed go, due to Sun’s presence. Superman would win in such a battle because he does not need any hammer to fight with and because fans said so 😀 Have fun!

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What would happen if we would lose Worlds oxygen for 5 seconds?

That means if the oxygen form all compounds and from the atmosphere would be gone for 5 seconds. Buzzfeed asked this question and created the video from above with the answers. One of thew effects would be that concrete buildings would collapse and that our inner ear would explode. Or that we would lose the […]

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Fiat money or how much money is in the world [Vsauce video]

Vsauce aka Michael Stevens, explains a bit what money are and how much money we can see int he world. Depending on how we look at it, we could have 5 trillion USD (M0) or 75 trillion USD (M3). Money ranges from cash and coins to the liquidities in the bank accounts, which might not […]

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Vsauce explains what’s the most dangerous place on Earth

Vsauce finds a ton of interesting stuff to explain and talk about, like death. Under certain aspects you need to know how much it takes for you to die. In space, for example, you have about 90 seconds to sens a brief love sms before you die or you could be sure that if you […]

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See MRI music video in action: Sivu – Better Man Than He

Sivu created this awesome music video, where the singer has been scanned using an MRI and then you can see how his throat and tongue move as he sings. It is kinda gross, but the idea is genius. I would think that today it is hard to create original videos and they have to come […]

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Watch 10 fighter planes flying too close to the ground and breaking the sound barrier

A year ago I wrote a few words about fighter planes flying close to the ground and breaking the sound barrier. When a jet breaks the sound barrier at ground level and close to people the people won’t be harmed by that event. Yes, you might feel some tickling, but generally speaking you will be […]

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