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What does the Fox say? SciShow explains!

The Fox, the real Fox says a lot of things. The sounds the foxes make are many and you wouldn’t believe what they resemble. Gladly, Hank Green, from SciShow shows us some of these Fox-speeches. Since the Fox is in the canide family you would expect it to bark. Not so much. The sounds from […]

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Alltime10: what’s wrong in “10 Unsolved Mysteries Of Space”?

In the video called “10 Unsolved Mysteries Of Space” from Alltime10 the guys showed great images, great music, but some of the facts are wrong. Can you guess which of them? For the space fans out there the wrong facts simply pop out like supernovae, but I’ll outline here them too. Firstly, the things they […]

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NASA to create the coldest spot in the known Universe on board of the ISS

By the year 2016 NASA wants to create the coldest spot in the known Universe on board of the ISS in order to see how we can better understand matter and if we can obtain a new, revolutionary, understanding of the Universe. They will use a Cold Atom Lab in order to cool the atoms […]

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Incredible lifelike flying robot bird from Festo [video]

I wrote about Festo frist in 2010 when I heard about the fact that they want to create lifelike robots, from four legged robots to flying birds and then even something that could mimic a human muscle in detail. What you see above is a slow motion video created by the good guys from Earth […]

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Vsauce explains: what does human flesh taste like

This video explanation has gathered 3 million views and it is still skyrocketing. Vsauce has done a lot of research and found out that humans taste like a bull calf and that we eat our selves, party, by digesting some of our cells in the mouth and in the digestive system. Well, watching the video […]

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Hot right now: the ESO song #esosong

The great guys from ESO, you know, the ones that run the VLT and will build the E-ELT, the greatest telescope humanity has even seen, have created a song called: ESO song. ESOs ground telescopes from Chile, Paranal dessert, have helped hundreds of astronomers chart and analyze the Universe. ESO was also the first to […]

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Laugh your a@# off with Hank Green, from SciShow

Did you had a bad day? Poor you. Watch the video from above. It will cheer you up more than, maybe, Mr. Bean would. SciShow Season 2 Outtakes, 2013 is one of the most amusing videos i have seen this year. And remember: no one needed to be hurt or insulted for this. Have fun. […]

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Levitation through sound: now with 3D manipulation [video]

Levitation through sound, also called acoustic levitation, uses standing waves in order to keep small objects afloat, in the air. Standing waves, in this context, are at least two sound waves that have the same frequency but come from opposite direction. Because of this the interference of these waves creates fixed points called nodes where […]

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Happy 2014, people!

2013 was a pretty exciting year for me as I learned to write English almost good. I do have some hiccups here and there, but overall TGT, this blog, has reached its goal: make me a better English writer and also teach me a lot of new science and tech stuff. Happy New Year, people. […]

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SciShow about three big discoveries of 2013: Higgs Bosson, water on Mars and Neandertal genome

2013 was a great yer for the guys at SciShow, and for me too. I learned a lot, given the fact that I have another sci&tech blog in Romanian, tehnocultura.ro. 2013 brought us the Higgs Bosson, not such a big surprise after all, and then we found out that there is water on Mars and […]

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