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Anti-vaxers: Stop, you’re killing people!

Because of some stupid fuck who wanted to implement his own vaccine into the MMR and suggested that vaccines might generate autism, now a lot of people, women mainly, are against vaccines although the vaccines have saved a lot of lives and eradicated some illnesses. TheMetaPicture has taken a screenshot of somebody who was eager […]

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Finally: TEK RMD – Robotic Mobilization Device – STARTS SHIPPING

What is Tek RMD from Tek RMC on Vimeo. An older post I wrote about TEK RMD Robotic Mobilization Device attracted quite a ton of questions form people eager to know when will this robotc device start shipping and if it is covered by health insurance. Although it may be a big cluncky, it will […]

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Vsauce 2 tells us about deadly plant in FAK #30

What makes deadly plants deadly? Toxic substances in only small amounts that can lead to a compelte heart stop or the brain to simply block. not a great picture. Some of the deadly plants are: Gympie Stinging Tree, Giant Hogweed, Angel’s Trumpet or Castor Oil Plant. They all kill humans due to the toxic substances […]

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Faster than light? Veritasium explains why such contraption is not possible now

Veritasium explains why we cannot have now a contraption, a device, that is going to have the speed of light: because we do not have such freaking big amounts of energy, that is why. If you were to have a stick long enough to reach the Moon and would move it fast over the Moon’s […]

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Coma Niddy: Black Hole Rap 2

It seems that Steven Hawking almost changed his mind in regards to the event horizon and called it an apparent horizon, a place very much like the actual event horizon. The details of this are written in the link above. In any case, black holes are black holes and you better not use them for […]

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SciShow: Interview with Henry Reich from Minute Physics and some lessons about fluorescence and phosphorescence

‘ Hank Green, from SciShow, invited Henry Reich, from Minute Physics, and they talked about a couple of things. Henry Reich is a physics professor with a talent for storytelling and filmmaking. His channel has great videos with insights in the world of science. For example, even in the interview he explained that fluorecense is […]

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The olympians have changed: no place for the average Joe now

ASAP Science will release each day of the Olympics a new video in which we will find out new and interesting things. For example, the first time that the Olympics took place, in 1924, the participants were chose among the average Joe, but today you will not be able to compete unless you have special […]

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Skeptics, the gatekeepers of scientific truth – learn about the vaccine

Skeptics are those guys who rely only on scientific evidence in order to know if something is true or not. I say that they are the gatekeepers of scientific truth, because many things that sound scient-ish and are sold as absolute truths, are in fact, actions of con mans or simply misguided befiels. Did you […]

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Alien worlds: see a match head burning at 4000 fps

UtraSlo is a channel where you can see things happening at ultra slo-mo speeds. At 4000 fps you will actually spend about 153 seconds to watch a 1 second burn or explosion. The match head burns completely in just over 1 second and thus you will be able to watch more than 2 minutes of […]

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Vsauce: quasars can be brighter than the galaxies they’re in – most brightest thing in the Universe explained

Magnitude is a number that tells you how bright an object is, and it can be relative or absolute. Vsauce explores the Universe of absolute magnitude and finds out that the Sun has a magnitude of 4.83, yet a star called R136a1, 256 times more massive than the Sun, has a magnitude of -12.6 and […]

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