The Most Dangerous Stuff in the Universe

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Inside neutron stars we can find the weirdest and most dangerous substance in the universe: Strange matter. What is strange matter, how dangerous is it and what can it tell us about the origin of the universe?

How to biohack your cells to fight cancer

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Check out the science of biohacking, where biologists go into a patient’s genetic code and reprogram their immune system to recognize and fight cancer cells.

How Do White Walkers Shatter Swords?

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For Game of Thrones fans winter is finally here, and with it comes the long foreshadowed White Walkers. These foes have proven to be a dangerous threat for many reasons, but one of the biggest is their seeming imperviousness to the average weapons of the Seven Kingdoms.

How to grow your own glacier

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Explore the ancient methods of growing glaciers, the homemade bodies of ice used as water sources, and how they can be used to combat climate change.

Why are earthquakes so hard to predict?

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Take a look at the theories behind why earthquakes occur, what makes them so hard to predict and the warning system technologies we rely on today.

What Happens When You Go To Sleep High?

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Dude. Sleeping high does what?

What If We Detonated All Nuclear Bombs at Once?

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What happens if we make a huge pile from all 15,000 nuclear bombs and pull the trigger? And what happens if we make an even bigger pile?

Manipulating the YouTube Algorithm

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My first video of a 3 part series on "coordinated inauthentic behavior". Thanks to ExpressVPN for sponsoring this series.

Why Can't We Get Power From Waves?

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Wave power hasn’t yet made a splash because it’s hard to use waves to spin turbines, and because the sea is a harsh place to build things.

The History of Video

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I always wanted to know why film looked better than video. Moving electronic images have as long a history but were invented for a different purpose.

Can Humans Sense Magnetic Fields?

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Research has found some human brains can pick up on rotations of geomagnetic-strength fields as evidenced by drops in alpha wave power following stimulus.

100 Gallons of Spider Silk | Because Science Footnotes

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Kyle discusses exactly how much spider silk Peter Parker would need to stop that train, responds to your comments, and more!

Can You Survive An Elevator Fall By Jumping?

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Your monthly dose of hypothetical physics scenarios is here, and today we’re dropping Stu, several times, from the top of skyscraper.

What Eating Rotten Food Really Does To Your Body

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Food poisoning is awful, but what's actually happening inside your body when you eat rotten food?

The physics of surfing - Nick Pizzo

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Wondering how you can catch the perfect wave? Dive into the fascinating and complex physics of surfing.

Why Machines That Bend Are Better

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Compliant mechanisms have lots of advantages over traditional devices. SimpliSafe is awesome security. It's really effective, easy to use, and the price is great.

How Captain Marvel Survives in Space

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Carol Danvers received a plethora of powers when she hybridized with the Kree space aliens, but her most extraordinary is the ability to survive in space.

Why Do We Go Bald? / What Causes Hair Loss?

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We take a comprehensive look at the causes of hair loss, and explore the misconceptions behind one of modern man’s daily worries.

The Big Problem With The Drugs You Take

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Who makes sure the drugs you take are safe, and can you trust them?

How Captain Marvel Survives in Space

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Carol Danvers received a plethora of powers when she hybridized with the Kree space aliens, but her most extraordinary is the ability to survive in space.

Can You Recover Sound From Images?

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Is it possible to reconstruct sound from high-speed video images?