I Waterproofed Myself With Aerogel!

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Aerogel has extraordinary properties but it can be tough to work with. This video looks at modifying aerogels to take advantage of their unique characteristics.

How Many Spiders Do You Swallow in Your Sleep?

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Do you swallow spiders in your sleep?

Your body vs. implants - Kaitlyn Sadtler

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Why do medical implants like insulin pumps and prosthetic knees need replacement? Explore how the immune system fights implants and how new devices are trying to help.

Can You Swim in Shade Balls?

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I bought 10,000 shade balls and tried to swim in them. They appear to act like a non-Newtonian fluid: rigid under high shear stress, but they flow like a liquid under low shear.

How to Sail on Sunlight | Because Space

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Sails have been helping us travel across water for centuries, but could this same idea help us travel across space?

What Happens To Your Memories After You Die?

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When we're no longer on this earth, what happens to all the memories in our heads? Do people remember their passing if they're brought back to life?

Men in Black’s Noisy Cricket is CRAZY

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Defending the planet isn't easy, but with the help of some advanced alien technology, the Men in Black have managed to keep the Earth safe from a variety of intergalactic threats.

Could We Survive Without the Sun? | Because Space

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While gremlins, goblins, and Mr.Burns may think it sounds like a good idea, would a world without the Sun even be possible?

Why Do We Talk In Our Sleep?

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Sleepy time!

World's Lightest Solid!

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Aerogels are the world's lightest (least dense) solids. They are also excellent thermal insulators and have been used in numerous Mars missions and the Stardust comet particle-return mission.

Melting the Iron Throne

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How to Melt the Iron Throne | Because Science Live!

Unmixing Color Machine

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Unmixing Color Machine (Ultra Laminar Reversible Flow)

How To Fall Asleep In 2 Minutes

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Can't fall asleep? These sleep tips are better than ASMR!

The lovable (and lethal) sea lion - Claire Simeone

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Plunge into the ocean’s depths to take a closer look at the sea lion’s hunting skills, and to learn more about how climate change is affecting its habitat.

You Don’t Want to Live Forever

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The idea of immortality has long been a prominent fixture in storytelling, and serves as a much sought after goal even here in real life.

The mysterious science of pain

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Explore the biological and psychological factors that influence how we experience pain and how our nervous system reactions to harmful stimuli.

What Can The Most Powerful Satellites Really Do?

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How powerful are satellites up in space right now? What can they do to help us on Earth?

What If Earth Only Had One Season?

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Everyone loves the summer season, but what if it was gone? What if Earth only experienced winter?

The Side Effects of Vaccines - How High is the Risk?

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Vaccines are one of our best tools to prevent dangerous diseases, but they come with side effects. So would it be safer not to vaccinate?

How do self-driving cars “see”?

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Take a look at the LIDAR and integrated photonics technologies that help self-driving cars navigate obstacles, no matter the environment, weather or light.

Why Are 96,000,000 Black Balls on This Reservoir?

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I took a boat through 96 million black plastic balls on the Los Angeles reservoir to find out why they're there.