How rollercoasters affect your body - Brian D. Avery

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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 Live

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What unit do we use to measure "human power"?

What If The Sun Disappeared For One Month?

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What if the sun goes out right now?

Strapped into a sinking helicopter

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I graduated from Advanced Helo Underwater Egress Training at Marine Corps Base Hawaii.

Where Do Teeth Come From?

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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 Live

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What happens to our weather when an eclipse happens?

What if cracks in concrete could fix themselves?

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Concrete is the most widely used construction material in the world. It can be found in swathes of city pavements, bridges that span vast rivers and the tallest skyscrapers on earth.

The Secret Weapon That Could Help Save Bees

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Honeybees are dying from parasites, pesticides, and poor nutrition, but we can help them in a number of ways, including by encouraging them to make a homemade antibiotic.

Unbelievable Myths From The 1980s DEBUNKED!

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What crazy things did we believe back in the 1980s?

Why Meat is the Best Worst Thing in the World

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Meat is a complicated issue. But also a delicious one. Let's talk about it.

What If You Only Took Naps?

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Just what exactly would happen to your body if instead of sleeping you decided to only take naps. - Thanks to LastPass for sponsoring this video!

Should You Hover Or Cover The Toilet Seat?

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Is the toilet seat really all that dirty or dangerous?

Beware The Phaser's Maximum Setting

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Star Trek helped introduce enemies getting vaporized thanks to their phasers and weaponry, but is the real thing much worse? Kyle has the disappearing details on this week's Because Science!

The Scientific Benefits of Boredom

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Boredom makes you more creative, altruistic, introspective, and helps with autobiographical planning.

What Do Raindrops Really Look Like?

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What do raindrops look like? Exactly how we drew them as kids, right? Wrong! Teardrop-shaped rain is physically impossible. This week I went inside a vertical wind tunnel to bring you the true shape of rain.

Could You Live Without A Body?

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Could uploading our consciousness to the internet be the key to living forever?

Is Height All In Our Genes?

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I'm tall. Most of the people in my family are tall. Does that mean my son will be tall? Turns out the inheritance of height is a lot more complicated than we thought.

Can You Spot The Liar?

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Could you catch someone in a lie? It's harder than you think!

Could the Earth be swallowed by a black hole?

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From asteroids capable of destroying entire species to supernovae that could exterminate life on Earth, outer space has no shortage of forces that could wreak havoc on our planet.

How We Could Build a Moon Base TODAY

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Did you know that we could start building a Lunar Base today?

What If The World Lost Oxygen For 5 Seconds?

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How long could you survive without oxygen?