Water was here all along

Really, water didn’t come from asteroids or meteorites. The water was here at the formation of the solar system. After the Earth cooled down the water could clump together into oceans and then allow life to form. In fact, we have three oceans worth of water lying right now at 700 miles below Earths crusts […]

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Anatomy course: what is the lymphatic system?

The lymphatic system has several roles in our body: it takes int he excess 3 litres of blood from the capilaries, it sanitizes it by letting the white blood cells run through it and clean it of bacteria an viruses, it also serves us as a warning indicator when the ganglia get swollen up. This […]

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Titanic II will sail in 2018

Clive Palmer, an Australian businessman, wants to rebuild the Titan and it will be named Titanic II. It should sail in 2018, however there is still a lot to work on the ship. The good thing is that it will feature updated tech and it will have enough life boats. Titanic II will not generate […]

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The history of electric cars is way longer than you thought

Simon Whistler from Today I Found Out explains why the history of the electric car is way longer than we thought. The first electric cars were created at the start of the 19th century and by the end of the century London, for example, has its own fleet of electric taxis. Now that something. The […]

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Anti-theft tags decomposed: how to they work?

Applied Science is a great YouTube channel where you learn about the practical concepts derived from science theories. He uses a ton of devices to explain the science behind things from around us. In the video from above you can see the explanation of how anti-theft tags work. Their workings are based on a phenomenon […]

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What and how: fruits/vegetables and diverting an asteroid

What is the difference between a fruit and a vegetable? You call it a fruit when the part that you eat stemmed from the flower of the plant, then grew around some seeds. This way cucumber, peas, apples, pears and tomatoes are fruits. But what about vegetables? If you eat the root, the leaves or […]

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Assasins Kittehs: they kill with cuteness

The guys at Mr. TV Cow have created a cute video of kittens dresses as Assassin’s Creed main hero. You will never know what cuteness hit you when it comes. Awesome way to start the week, eh?

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Introductory concepts: science based medicine, evolutionary biology, information history, astronomy

Yes, another week-end has passed and I’ve spent quite some time following courses and documentaries. What a life! In the video from above you will learn what science based medicine is and why is it important. Knowing a couple of basic concepts from the world of medicine, the true one, not the one which heals […]

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Americapox: The Missing Plague – how did the American tribes vanish?

CGP Grey explains why so many indigenous Americans died when the colonists first came in the Americas. Most of the death work was done by the plagues. They didn’t had plagues like these before because you don’t have many animals in the Americas which could spread disease like you have in the Old Continent. Also, […]

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PC games: gaming laptop NP987OU2 G, Sapphire AMD R9 380X Nitro, XFX Radeon R9 Fury. Bonus: light-field camera

The Sager NP987OU2 G gaming laptop costs about $3700, but you have the performance of a gaming desktop computer in it. You can play whatever you want given the specs. The one from the video above has desktp Intel processor 6700K and a Ddesktop video card Nvidia GTX 980, The base specs cost about $2300 […]

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