Tag: science

How Does Alcohol Cause Blackouts?

Explore how alcohol interacts with your brain, and how it can interrupt the...

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Scientists Are Obsessed With This Lake

Explore the depths of Lake Cadagno, a meromictic lake that is considered a...

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Meet Lanny Smoot, the Inventor With Over 100 Patents

The National Inventors Hall of Fame inducted their class of 2024 this year,...

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6 Neanderthal DNA Physical Traits in Modern Humans

Neanderthals left a mark on our DNA and most people on earth have Neanderth...

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Face of 75,000-Year-Old Neanderthal Woman Revealed

Scientists have recreated the face of a 75,000-year-old Neanderthal woman -...

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From Paper to Bionics: Origami's Incredible Impact on S...

In Japan, every pupil learns origami: a square sheet of paper is shaped int...

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Why Can't Mules Have Babies?

A mule is a hybrid animal that is the offspring of a male donkey and a fema...

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How to make LIQUID SPHERES - Easy Molecular Gastronomy

Learning the reverse spherification process is the fundamental step in adva...

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DIY Edible Jelly Orbeez

We're using agar agar, oil, and sports drinks to make beautiful spheres of...

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What is Schrödinger's Cat?

What is Schrödinger's Cat? On this explainer, Neil deGrasse Tyson and comic...

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Decoding Stonehenge with Neil deGrasse Tyson

In this explainer, we 're exploring the mystery of Stonehenge. Who built it...

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The Leap Year as Explained by Neil deGrasse Tyson

Neil deGrasse Tyson explains the logic behind the leap year, with a brief h...

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How Did Humans Evolve?

What’s a human? And how did we become humans, anyway? In this episode of Cr...

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The World’s Oldest Virus Research Lab

New viruses and diseases, previously found only in tropical climates, are r...

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Inside Pantone, the Company That Turns Color Into Money

Pantone just released its 2024 Color of the Year: Peach Fuzz. But Pantone d...

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