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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RoboCop: 10 interesting facts about the movie + trailer

RoboCop 2014 movie will be launched tomorrow, on Feb 7th, and it will be a hit. I have seen the original Robocop and it was amazing, something new, something else. The guys has great ideas back then in the 80s. Now, the good guys at AllTime10 have created a video with 10 interesting things we […]

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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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Mental Floss: 29 misconceptions about alcohol

Mental Floss brings us 29 misconceptions about alcohol and you won’t believe that what you knew was true is, in fact, not true. For example: if you eat before drinking, you will not get drunk. That is not true, you will still get drunk, but a little later. Some other misconceptions: – if you mix […]

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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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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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A jump for a lifetime: a 24 mile high jump performed by Felix Baumgartner now in first person view

Equipped with 7 go Pro HD cameras Felix Baumgartner jumped from 24 miles high altitude in 2013 and broke the speed of sound during the fall. After more than 3 minutes of falling to the Earth he has landed safely. Along the ride there was a moment when he would spin out of control like […]

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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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