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Let's Understand Wildfires

Youth Education
Learn about an Indigenous practice using prescribed burns that fire officials use to fight out-of-control fires.

What's Matter?

Youth Education
In this episode of Crash Course Kids, Sabrina talks about what matter is and the three states of matter: Solid, Liquid, and Gas.

How Does Birth Control Work?

Adults Education
There are huge varieties of birth control methods because there are lots of different ways to disrupt the process of sperm-egg fertilization.

This Black Hole Could be Bigger Than The Universe

Adults Education
Black holes might create infinite universes while destroying time and space.

Primitive Technology: Geopolymer Cement (Ash and Clay)

Adults Education
I have made wood ash cement before under the assumption that it was the calcium in the ash that gave it its cementitious properties...

Does Expensive Coffee actually taste better?

Adults Education
Coffee beans are one of the most confusing items to purchase, so over the past several weeks, I bought 20+ different kinds of coffee at different price points, visited a local roaster, tried roasting my own beans at home and tested a bunch of types of coffee in order to understand the flavor and price differences of coffee beans.

Computer Skills For Teens: Social Media Etiquette

Youth Education
Without our usual visual cues, online interactions can sometimes lead to serious miscommunications. Learn a few tips to avoid this.

Why the Three-Body Problem is Unsolvable*

Adults Education
What is the THREE-BODY PROBLEM? What does it have to do with the award-winning book of the same name?

The Language Counting Paradox

Adults Education
Lots of languages and species are going extinct, but because others keep getting found or described, the official counts of languages and species are still increasing.

The Science of HELLDIVERS 2!

Adults Education
Super Earth needs you, Helldiver! But of course, you wouldn’t just willingly jump into a hellpod and drop straight into the heart of battle without asking some important questions about the science and theory behind your new career, right?

The Solar System is Beige

Adults Education
Whether you grew up with a poster of the solar system on your bedroom wall or not, you've probably got a specific idea of what the planets look like. From brilliantly blue Neptune to the "red planet" Mars. But if you managed to actually visit these worlds, you'd find reality... a little beige.

School Absences

Youth Education
There are lots of different reasons children are not going to school. Newsround went to find out more.

Inside The Sunny Center of a Hurricane

Adults Education
Why is the middle of a hurricane sometimes so clear and calm?

What Makes Kurzgesagt So Special?

Adults Education
We're finally revealing the secret sauce behind kurzgesagt videos.

Alex Honnold Explores Sustainability at Epcot

Adults Education
For Earth Month, Alex Honnold visited Walt Disney World to find out how the Sunshine State's namesake is helping to sustainably power the park while also boosting biodiversity.

How AI Will Step Off the Screen and into the Real World | Daniela Rus | TED

Adults Education
The convergence of AI and robotics will unlock a wonderful new world of possibilities in everyday life, says robotics and AI pioneer Daniela Rus.

Primitive Technology: Wet Season Destroys Thatched Workshop

Adults Education
The thatched workshop where I produce bricks, pottery, cement and charcoal for various projects was destroyed by prolonged rain from the wet season.

Crash Course Art History Preview

Adults Education
Welcome to Crash Course Art History! Over the next 22 episodes, Sarah Urist Green will explore the hidden stories behind artworks.

Does Fallout's "Rule of Thumb" Work?

Adults Education
Is #fallout 's famous Vault Boy actually hiding some accurate nuclear blast survival tactics?

Weird Animal Searched: Can Sloths Swim?

Youth Education
Can sloths fart? Can sloths swim? We answer YOUR most commonly searched questions about these slow-moving mammals…

Why the Hardest Rocks Can Be Easy to Break

Adults Education
So, rocks are hard. But the scale we use to rank them, the Mohs scale, is only really good at quantifying that for one kind of hardness, and topaz is a perfect stone to talk about to explain that. And you can check it out in our SciShow Rocks Box subscription!