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How to make water instantly freeze. Tips and tricks from King of Random

In the video from above King of Random shows how he obtained a bottle of water that can be instantly turned into ice when it receives a nudge. For this you need to use purified water, put it in the freezer at -15 degrees Celsius and then wait for 2 hours. After this you will […]

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Milking a spider

That’s new. Milking a spider means that you put the spider to sleep using carbon dioxyde and then put it on its back. From there on you jolt its fangs with some electricity and it will spew out venom. a ton of venom which you can collect. Not a great sight, but milking spiders is […]

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News flash: Dr. Oz gets a kick in the butt from Senate’s consumer protection panel

It was about time. Dr. Oz would be ready to sell even his own mother as miracle powder. Every possible shit he could invent or hear of will be promoted by him as a miracle, even though he admits that the products he presents in his “The Dr. Oz Show.” : “[…]recognize they don’t have […]

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Thanks antivaxers whooping cough is now an epidemic in California

Whooping cough or pertusis is a disease caused by a bacterium that makes you cough a lot and then try to gasp for air in a very loud manner. This disease can kill people. Coughs can generate brain lesions and there are about 9000 cases in California right now. Antivaxers won;t vaccinate their kids and […]

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What are auroras?

Hank Green, from SciShow, explains what auroras are. The auroras are generated by the charged particles from the solar wind that interact with the oxygen and nitrogen atoms from the atmosphere. As the solar wind is accompanied by high energies it makes the electrons of oxygen and nitrogen atom jump between electron levels and these […]

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Does the Oort cloud really exist?

Yes, it does. Jan Oort asked: where do all those comets come from? It seems that only the presence of an icy cloud of cosmic objects can explain the existence of comets and the gravitational pull on the solar system. The cloud would starts from about 2000 au (astronomical unit = 150 million kilometers). Also, […]

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How to kill off malaria?

Since only the female mosquitos are the ones that bite people and need our blood, scientists are working on making moquitoe populations where there are only male mosquitos. This way, when you have only male mosquitos which do not need our blood, you will be able to simply wipe out entire populations of mosquitoes. Nice […]

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Should you fear GMOs? Nope.

Health Triage explains us what GMOs are and why they are good for us. GMOs are genetically modified organisms or, in older words, plants and animals specially treated to be stronger and last longer. We’ve been doing such genetic alterations throughout out entire human history by making sure we only used crops that were best […]

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Why does time exists? What is space?

Joe Hanson explains why time exists and what it actually is. Joe tells us that the laws of physics do not prevent us to see a world in which things run in reverse. Probably is used very often in these cases. Physicists see time as an increasing entropy in the Universe, entropy being seen as […]

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10 horrible parasites that could lurk in some people

Parasites are nasty little beings that live in another beings and then kill the later ones by simply eating them alive. Humans have parasites too. And can lead to deadly consequences. some of the parasites that can harm people are: leishmania, loa loa, ascaris lumbricoides, onchocerca volvulus, toxoplasma gondii and some more. As you have […]

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