Camels Don't Mind Spines In Their Cacti | Nat Geo WildScience
Camels have adapted to harsh desert conditions that require them to eat thorny plants.
Smoking vs JuulingScience
Juuling and smoking both contain nicotine, but is one healthier?
Can We Get Older Without Aging?Science
Nothing is guaranteed in life except death, taxes, and entropy. What do other life forms have to teach us about staying alive as we get old, and will we ever conquer death?
Five Firsts for Mars InSightScience
Mars InSight will be the first to detect seismic activity on Mars’ surface, first to measure rate of heat transmitted from interior, first to dig nearly 5m down, first to measure magnetic fields on Mars’ surface, and first to use a robotic arm to place instruments on the surface of Mars (assuming it lands of course…)
What is 1 Kilogram Now? | Because Science LiveScience
How much is 1 Kilogram?
Caffeine 101 | National GeographicScience
Nearly 90% of the United States population has at least one caffeinated beverage every day. Learn about the chemistry of caffeine, how it causes increased alertness and focus, and how caffeine is capable of causing overdoses.
The Science of Racism | Creators for ChangeScience
Racism is real. Science can help us combat it.
This Strange Condition Keeps You Looking Young ForeverScience
What if you were forever stuck in the aging process? Could you actually stay looking young for the rest of your life? What problems would you face if you had a growth hormone deficiency that caused you to never actually age?
Anthony Bourdain and "the Sweet Spot" | StarTalkScience
Neil deGrasse Tyson asks chef, writer, and TV host Anthony Bourdain about science as applied to the kitchen and different processes used in cooking around the world to achieve the most desirable flavors.
The Disturbing Thing Ghosts Could BeScience
What’s that sound.....is it ghosts?
What is Farthest Away?Science
The edge of everything used to be the edge of the map. But now, thanks to what we know about astrophysics and the universe, the edge of everything might not even exist…
How far would you have to go to escape gravity?Science
Every star, black hole, human being, smartphone and atom are all constantly pulling on each other due to one force: gravity.
ZERO-G Challenges of a Trip to Mars!Science
When I got offered the chance to fly in another #zeroG plane, I jumped at the chance.
Mushroom Cloud Myth | Because Science FootnotesScience
Kyle debunks the Fallout Vault Boy myth, responds to your comments, and more!
The Largest River On Earth Is In The SkyScience
What’s the largest river on Earth? If you said “the Amazon”… you’re only half right. Scientists have discovered an even bigger river in South America, and it’s in the sky above the Amazon rainforest.
How rollercoasters affect your body - Brian D. AveryScience
In 1895, crowds flooded Coney Island to see America’s first-ever looping coaster: the Flip Flap Railway. But its thrilling flip caused cases of severe whiplash, neck injury and even ejections.
Human Horsepower | Because Science LiveScience
What unit do we use to measure "human power"?
What If The Sun Disappeared For One Month?Science
What if the sun goes out right now?
Strapped into a sinking helicopterScience
I graduated from Advanced Helo Underwater Egress Training at Marine Corps Base Hawaii.
Where Do Teeth Come From?Science
Teeth. We’ve all got ‘em (most of us, anyway). But how do they grow? Teeth are made from some biological nanotechnology that will blow your mind.
Eclipse Weather | Because Science LiveScience
What happens to our weather when an eclipse happens?