Baboon Parenting | Wild Files with Maddie Moate | BBC EarthScience
In this new BBC Earth series Maddie Moate gives an in-depth look at the animal societies, starting with one of the most feared primates in the world - the baboon.
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Today we're dipping our toes into the engineering and physics behind water-powered cars!
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Origami is inspiring a plethora of new engineering designs.
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Do you recall studying for your exams? You probably do. But do you remember how you studied, how you memorized French words or the year of the American civil war?
Einstein's twin paradox explainedScience
Follow two astronauts into outer space to explore time dilation and Einstein’s theory of relativity through the Twin Paradox thought experiment.
What makes neon signs glow?Science
In this 360° animation, explore the vibrant world of neon signs and learn the science of what makes them glow.
The Bizarre Behavior of Rotating Bodies, ExplainedScience
Spinning objects have strange instabilities known as The Dzhanibekov Effect or Tennis Racket Theorem - this video offers an intuitive explanation.
Most Deadly Elements On EarthScience
You've all studied the periodic table in school, but we are sure you're teachers never talked about elements like this!
Does Planet 9 Exist?Science
A planet has been predicted to orbit the sun with a period of 10,000 years, a mass 5x that of Earth on a highly elliptical and inclined orbit.
Dragon Ball Z’s Senzu Beans EXPLAINEDScience
How exactly do the senzu beans in Dragon Ball work? Kyle takes a closer look at those magical healing plants in this week's episode of Because Science!
Science Experiments That Went Horribly WrongScience
Some of the worst experiments have been conducted in the name of science. In today's educational cartoon we are looking into the worst accidents to happen during an experiment.
How To Survive A Fall From 35,000 Feet!Science
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Flamethrower vs AerogelScience
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Should We Nuke Hurricanes?Science
The Egg - A Short StoryScience
A Big Thanks to Andy Weir for allowing us to use his story.
The dust bunnies that built our planetScience
Investigate the theories surrounding cosmic dust bunnies and discover how the tiny particles could hold the key to the formation of life on Earth.
First Flight on Another Planet!Science
The Mars Helicopter aims to make the first powered flight on another planet when it takes off on Mars as part of the Mars 2020 mission.
1950s vs. NOW: Did Mid-Century Futurism Flop?Science
What kind of future did the people of the 1950s predict? Did people get the tech they wanted?
Our Best View Of Bacteria Is...From Space?!Science
Observing the effects of microbes using satellites can give us all sorts of useful information about life on Earth ... and other planets too.
The mysterious origins of life on EarthScience
Where on Earth did life begin? Explore the hydrothermal vents in Earth’s crust as simple compounds gave way to complex life.
Making Liquid Nitrogen From Scratch!Science
I used a nitrogen membrane and Stirling cryocooler to liquefy nitrogen out of the air. For this video I partnered with Starbucks to celebrate their Nitro Cold Brew.