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  • 04:07 How To Keep Your Goldfish Alive For 15 Years

    How To Keep Your Goldfish Alive For 15 Years

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    The longest-living goldfish on record was 43 years old. But while they're supposed to live at least 15 years on average, yours might not have made it to its 5th birthday. The major problem is often toxin accumulation in the tank from fish poop. By seeding

  • 04:15 What's Inside A Human Ear?

    What's Inside A Human Ear?

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    The ears are arguably one of the most important features of the human body, they allow us to hear the word around us every day but thats not all... Inside our ears is a complex structure that helps us balance, can help control facial features, and they ev

  • 29:40 What's Inside These 8 Unique Creatures

    What's Inside These 8 Unique Creatures

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    Every species on earth has uniquely evolved and adapted to its environment. But some of them have taken it one step further and developed incredible evolutionary traits. From the blistering desert and a camel's hump to the expansive ocean and a turtles sh

  • 33:48 What If Earth Stopped Orbiting The Sun, Spun Sideways, & More Extreme Scenarios

    What If Earth Stopped Orbiting The Sun, Spun Sideways, & More Extreme Scenarios

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    A perfect balance of events occurred for this planet to support life. That delicate state continues to this day where small changes can have huge impacts on the world. So what would it look like if things drastically changed? What if the Earth spun sidewa

  • 03:15 What's Inside An Anthill?

    What's Inside An Anthill?

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    When you look at a fire ant hill or mound as its properly called youre actually seeing just the top of an enormous underground structure: the ants nest. Inside, a vast network of tunnels and chambers plunge up to 2 meters into the soil. Ants ferry their y

  • 04:36 The Extreme Life Of A Sloth

    The Extreme Life Of A Sloth

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    Sloths are the slowest mammal on the planet. But as strange as they seem the sloth is perfectly adapted to their environment and is actually slow for a very important reason. In fact, sloths are far from boring and are a lot more extreme than it seems. Wi

  • 04:31 What's Inside A Clam?

    What's Inside A Clam?

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    What's inside a clam? A retractable foot, a siphon for sucking up water, powerful muscles, and sometimes a pearl. And you thought oysters were fancy.MORE WHAT'S INSIDE:Whats Inside A Puffer Fish?https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=XhgvWTP3zuUWhat's Inside A R

  • 05:44 Why Mold Is So Hard To Kill

    Why Mold Is So Hard To Kill

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    A single mold can make tens of thousands of seed-like spores, which you can't see. But that's just one reason why mold is so difficult to control.Special thanks to Temponaut Timelapse for sharing footage: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCxFQofXJq9WxWWqls

  • 03:19 The Bugs That Lay Eggs All Over Your Body

    The Bugs That Lay Eggs All Over Your Body

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    For some bug babies, your body is home sweet home. Human botfly larvae, for example, burrow under your skin, forming a pus-filled pimple. Meanwhile, thousands of young loa loa worms can travel throughout your body even across your eyeball! Lets explore al

  • 04:14 What If The Earth Stopped Orbiting The Sun

    What If The Earth Stopped Orbiting The Sun

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    Each year, Earth makes a pass around the sun. But what if, one day, it just stopped orbiting the sun altogether? Turns out, youd only have about one month to live.MORE WHAT IF:What If All The World's Supervolcanoes Erupted At Oncehttps://www.youtube.com/w

  • 05:31 Why Bees Going Extinct Could Mean No More Ice Cream Or Avocados

    Why Bees Going Extinct Could Mean No More Ice Cream Or Avocados

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    Bees pollinate more than a third of the worlds crops. So what would happen if they went extinct? For one, it would likely halve the number of fruits and vegetables on supermarket shelves. Plus, it could drastically alter the food chain, starting with inse

  • 03:15 Whats Inside A Kangaroos Pouch?

    Whats Inside A Kangaroos Pouch?

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    A kangaroo pouch may look like a simple pocket, but its actually a complex nursery specially designed to care for a growing joey. After all, the newborn baby is just the size of a jellybean when it crawls into the pouch and grows to the size of a large ho

  • 03:46 What If All Insects Disappeared?

    What If All Insects Disappeared?

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    Although its impossible to say exactly what would happen if all insects on Earth suddenly vanished, its likely that civilization if not most ecosystems throughout the planet would be in serious trouble. Without dung beetles and other poop-eaters, nitrogen

  • 04:59 What If You Never Got Out Of Bed

    What If You Never Got Out Of Bed

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    Although laying in bed for the rest of your life might sound relaxing, it can lead to serious health issues. For one thing, most of your muscles would waste away in six months to a year. You could also develop nasty ulcers called bedsores, which can tear

  • 03:30 Whats Inside A Caterpillar 'Cocoon'

    Whats Inside A Caterpillar 'Cocoon'

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    Contrary to popular belief, a chrysalis is not a pouch or a sac Its actually the caterpillars own body! During metamorphosis, the former caterpillar releases digestive juices that dissolve cells in its muscles, gut, and other organs. Then, special groups

  • 03:25 The Biggest Babies In The Animal Kingdom

    The Biggest Babies In The Animal Kingdom

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    Blue whale calves are the largest animal babies in the world, clocking in at a whopping 1360kg almost the same size as a small car. They put on 90kg a day by guzzling their mothers fatty milk. Meanwhile, bat pups are nowhere near as large, but make up a f

  • 05:14 Why Vaping Is Bad For You

    Why Vaping Is Bad For You

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    Health officials have reported six deaths and at least 450 cases of lung injury connected to vaping. Patients with vaping-associated lung injury display a wide array of respiratory symptoms, including coughing and chest pain. Doctors still don't know what

  • 03:53 What If We Nuked A Hurricane?

    What If We Nuked A Hurricane?

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    Dropping a nuclear bomb into a hurricane is a decades-old idea for how to stop a hurricane in its path. Here's what would really happen.MORE HURRICANE CONTENT:Why Hurricanes Get 'Stuck'https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Hq2kS95J7XwWhat Happens To Fish During

  • 03:57 What's Inside A Venus Flytrap?

    What's Inside A Venus Flytrap?

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    Venus flytraps rarely catch flies, despite their name instead, spiders and ants make up most of their diet. When a victim walk by and brushes against a trigger hair on the inside of the traps modified leaves, it sets off an electrical signal. If the bug d

  • 04:32 What's Inside A Camel Hump?

    What's Inside A Camel Hump?

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    A camel's hump doesn't contain water or bone its fat. And each hump can store up to 36 kilograms of it that can sustain the camel for weeks or even months without food. The fat is incredibly nutritious and people are even starting to use it in cooking for

  • 03:03 What's Inside A Rattlesnake's Tail?

    What's Inside A Rattlesnake's Tail?

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    If you look inside a rattlesnake rattle, youll find its actually hollow. Instead of shaking loose bits like a maraca to make that famous sound, rattlesnakes clack together segments of keratin the same material found in your fingernails. They use three sha

  • 06:59 How To Throw The Perfect Football Spiral

    How To Throw The Perfect Football Spiral

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    NFL quarterbacks like Tom Brady, Aaron Rodgers, and Drew Brees make throwing a perfect spiral look easy, but it's far more complicated than it seems. To take a closer look, we spoke to NCAA football coach Ryan Larsen, who breaks down the steps that go int

  • 06:13 An Expert Explains How To Control Wildfires In California

    An Expert Explains How To Control Wildfires In California

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    California wildfires are getting worse. In fact, six of the states most destructive wildfires occurred in the last four years. To lower the risk of igniting more fires, the electric company PG&E cut off power for thousands of people in Northern California

  • 05:46 What If All The World's Supervolcanoes Erupted At Once

    What If All The World's Supervolcanoes Erupted At Once

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    If all 12 or so supervolcanoes on Earth erupted at once, civilization would likely collapse. The volcanoes would spew thousands of tons of ash and toxic gas into the atmosphere, which would linger for months and block out sunlight. This could set off a vo

  • 04:19 What's Inside A Lava Lamp?

    What's Inside A Lava Lamp?

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    What's inside a lava lamp? They're not meant to be opened, but if you do pop off the cap, youll find paraffin wax, water, and some mystery chemicals that are essential for making the wax or lava rise and fall.MORE WHAT'S INSIDE CONTENT:What's Inside A Cam

  • 04:06 The Surprising Origin Of A Color Darker Than Vantablack

    The Surprising Origin Of A Color Darker Than Vantablack

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    The darkest color in the world was unveiled earlier this year. Its the result of a first-of-its-kind collaboration between art and science. In September, 2019, scientists at MIT unveiled the "blackest black" material to date, which was made using carbon n

  • 04:16 The Creepy Creatures That Feast On Dead Whales

    The Creepy Creatures That Feast On Dead Whales

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    When whales die and fall to the ocean floor, they attract all kinds of unusual creatures, from deep-sea octopuses to bone-eating worms.Learn more: https://www.businessinsider.com/video-whale-carcass-devoured-by-octopuses-monterey-bay-2019-10MORE OCEAN CON

  • 01:39 Why American Honeybees Are Turning Into Zombies

    Why American Honeybees Are Turning Into Zombies

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    Scientists have discovered why American honeybees are turning into zombies. These bees are being infected by the phorid fly with some dangerous consequences. ----------------------------------------------------- #Honeybees #ZombieFly #ScienceInsider Scien

  • 02:13 Where Is The Coldest Place In The Universe?

    Where Is The Coldest Place In The Universe?

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    The Boomerang Nebula is the coldest place in the universe, colder even than deep space at -459°F. But why this regions of space is colder than space itself has remained a mystery to astronomers until very recently. ----------------------------------------

  • 02:01 What Different Dog Barks Mean

    What Different Dog Barks Mean

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    Dogs are always barking, which means dogs are always taking, but did you know different kinds of barks mean different things? Here's how to tell if there's a burglar outside, if it's bathroom time, or if these pups are just feeling extra playful. --------

  • 01:53 How Much Exercise It Takes To Slow The Effects Of Aging

    How Much Exercise It Takes To Slow The Effects Of Aging

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    If you want your body to stay young, you might want to exercise more. Scientists recently found that only people who exercise the most actually benefit at a cellular level and actually slow down the aging process. -----------------------------------------

  • 02:39 Why The Heimlich Is Not The Best Way To Save A Choking Victim

    Why The Heimlich Is Not The Best Way To Save A Choking Victim

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    Many people believe the "Heimlich maneuver" is the only viable option to help save a choking victim. Turns out, that's not really the case. Here's what you should actually do if someone starts choking. -----------------------------------------------------

  • 03:08 Why Utah Drops Fish Out Of Airplanes Into Their Mountain Lakes

    Why Utah Drops Fish Out Of Airplanes Into Their Mountain Lakes

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    Utah Division of Wildlife Resources drops hundreds of thousands of fish out of airplanes into their mountain lakes every summer to restock them for fishing and hiking season. Without these aerial fish dumps, the state's high-altitude southern and central

  • 01:39 5 Uses For Baking Soda Besides Cooking

    5 Uses For Baking Soda Besides Cooking

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    Baking soda can be so much more than an ingredient for cooking or baking. You can use it as a deodorant, cleaning paste for rusty metal, heartburn relief, and more. ------------------------------------------------------ #BakingSoda #Cooking #ScienceInside

  • 02:07 How Much Taller Humans Have Grown Over 100 Years

    How Much Taller Humans Have Grown Over 100 Years

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    Humans have grown dramatically taller over recent years as a result of genetics, nutritional improvements, better sanitation, and more. Check out the countries where people have grown the most in the past 100 years. ---------------------------------------

  • 03:30 What Would Happen If Earth Had Two Moons

    What Would Happen If Earth Had Two Moons

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    If Earth had two moons, it would be a catastrophe. An extra moon would add an extra gravitational pull, leading to larger tides and wiping out major cities like New York and Singapore. And millions of years later, the moons would collide, sending chunks c

  • 02:50 What If All The World’s Coral Reefs Disappeared?

    What If All The World’s Coral Reefs Disappeared?

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    Earth is currently facing the worst bleaching of coral reefs ever known in history, but what would happen if all the coral reefs died off? We've already lost 50% of the world's coral, and we're at risk of losing even more. If the world lost all its coral

  • 03:01 Why Lice Are So Hard To Kill

    Why Lice Are So Hard To Kill

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    Lice can be hard to get rid of. In fact, head lice are now resistant to many over-the-counter treatments. Turns out, lice are a problem humans have been itching to fix for over 7 million years. Lice are small, tricky to spot, and can even hold their breat

  • 03:25 Is Eating Boogers Actually Unhealthy?

    Is Eating Boogers Actually Unhealthy?

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    Over 90% of adults pick their nose. And afterward, many people eat those boogers. But it turns out, that can be unhealthy and dangerous. Boogers trap invading viruses and bacteria before than can enter your body. So eating those boogers might expose your

  • 01:46 Why Your Clothes Shrink When You Wash Or Dry Them

    Why Your Clothes Shrink When You Wash Or Dry Them

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    If you have ever done laundry in your lifetime, you may have noticed that your clothes sometimes shrunk after washing and/or drying, but you might not know why this happens. Check out the factors that cause clothes shrinkage, whether it be fabric type or

  • 02:18 What The Olympics Would Be Like On The Moon

    What The Olympics Would Be Like On The Moon

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    Because gravity on the moon is one sixth that of Earth's, a sporting event held there would allow athletes to jump farther and lift more. A weightlifter would be able to lift objects six times as heavy and a discus could be thrown the height of the Empire

  • 01:19 Health Benefits Of Eating Banana Peels

    Health Benefits Of Eating Banana Peels

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    Most banana peels end up in the trash, but nutrients found in the skin can help your stomach. Particularly when they're cooked, the peels can aid in digestion and immune system function. Fry, bake, or boil the peel for a nutritious, yummy treat. Science I

  • 04:34 This Map Shows Where American Accents Come From

    This Map Shows Where American Accents Come From

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    When you're traveling to another part of the US than you're originally from, it might be surprising to hear how different the locals sound. For instance, a New Yorker will likely speak the same English language in a completely different accent from a nati

  • 02:18 What Happens To Your Body After You Die

    What Happens To Your Body After You Die

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    Just minutes after you die, enzymes in your body that helped to keep you alive switch gears and start the decomposition process. The hotter it is, the faster your enzymes can digest you from the inside out. Science Insider tells you all you need to know a

  • 01:37 Science Of Why Golf Balls Have Dimples

    Science Of Why Golf Balls Have Dimples

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    Prior to the mid-1800s, golf balls were smooth and didn't travel very far in the air. The current design of a dimple-shaped ball reduces the air flow around the ball. Typically, golf balls have between 300 to 500 dimples. This helps them to fly twice as f

  • 00:57 Wasabi At Restaurants Isn't What You Think — Here's What's Really Inside

    Wasabi At Restaurants Isn't What You Think — Here's What's Really Inside

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    The wasabi served alongside your sushi is most likely horseradish and mustard. Real wasabi is hard to come by because the plant is hard to cultivate. You can tell the difference between the two by looking at the texture. Real wasabi looks like a freshly g

  • 01:47 There's A Dangerous Place In Space Where NASA Shuts Down Its Satellites

    There's A Dangerous Place In Space Where NASA Shuts Down Its Satellites

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    A radiation belt called the South Atlantic Anomaly sits above South America. It's full of harmful, high-energy particles that have actually destroyed satellites. Science Insider tells you all you need to know about science: space, medicine, biotech, physi

  • 01:33 What You Should Know About the 'Danger Triangle' On Your Face

    What You Should Know About the 'Danger Triangle' On Your Face

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    Those nose hairs that people like to pluck and trim are actually helping to filter the air particles that we breathe in. When you damage those nose hairs, there's a chance of causing an extremely dangerous or even lethal infection. See more from Dr. Erich

  • 01:39 What Are Ingrown Hairs — And How To Treat Them

    What Are Ingrown Hairs — And How To Treat Them

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    While the average pimple should be left alone, ingrown hairs require immediate attention. If they go untreated, the irritating bumps can become painful and even dangerous. Science Insider tells you all you need to know about science: space, medicine, biot

  • 01:25 A 'Dog Year' Is Not Equal To 7 Human Years — It's Much More

    A 'Dog Year' Is Not Equal To 7 Human Years — It's Much More

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    Dogs age faster in their first year of life than humans do. By one year, most dogs are able to procreate. But that's obviously not the case with humans; they are certainly not able to give birth by 7 years old. Priceonomics gathered data to help us unders

  • 01:36 What's The Liquid On Top Of Your Yogurt — And Should You Eat It?

    What's The Liquid On Top Of Your Yogurt — And Should You Eat It?

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    The pool of liquid on the top of your newly opened yogurt is a phenomenon called "whey separation defect." Whey is one of the two main proteins in milk, and it's completely safe. Simply stir it back into the yogurt for added nutrition. Science Insider tel

  • 02:07 What's Actually Inside A Whale's Blowhole?

    What's Actually Inside A Whale's Blowhole?

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    If you ever watch a whale breathe, you'll see plumes of mist shoot out of a hole in its head. Contrary to popular belief, that's not seawater. It's actually a mix of hot air and bacteria. Science Insider tells you all you need to know about science: space

  • 04:09 What It Would Be Like To Live On A Super Earth

    What It Would Be Like To Live On A Super Earth

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    The discovery of several Earth-like planets outside the solar system has opened the possibilities of expanding our horizons and establish out first interstellar colonies. What would life be like on these 'super-Earths'? And if we ever got there... would w

  • 03:03 5 Facts About Dinosaurs 'Jurassic World: Fallen Kingdom' Ignored

    5 Facts About Dinosaurs 'Jurassic World: Fallen Kingdom' Ignored

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    Did you know that dinosaurs didn't roar? Because dinosaurs are related to birds, it's far more likely their voice boxes made a chirping noise rather than a deep sound like a lion. Here are five facts "Jurassic World: Fallen Kingdom" got wrong about dinosa

  • 03:01 What People Get Wrong About Superfoods

    What People Get Wrong About Superfoods

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    There's a lot of buzz around superfoods but are they really all that super? Dr. Nina Shapiro, author of "Hype: A Doctor's Guide to Medical Myths, Exaggerated Claims, and Bad Advice" weighs in on the superfoods debate. Shapiro reveals the superfoods of yea

  • 03:31 The Tallest Lifeforms Of All Time

    The Tallest Lifeforms Of All Time

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    If you doubled in size, your weight would be eight times greater. That’s the trouble with growing tall. Gravity’s pull is keeping us all down. But there are a few earthly giants that have fought gravity and won.  Science Insider tells you all you need to

  • 02:24 Where Did T Rex's Tiny Arms Come From?

    Where Did T Rex's Tiny Arms Come From?

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    For years, scientists have wondered why the Tyrannosaurus Rex had tiny, three-foot arms. Recent discoveries suggest that they evolved to counterbalance their giant heads. If humans had those proportions, our arms would only be half a foot long! Science In

  • 02:07 Why You Shouldn't Pee On A Jellyfish Sting

    Why You Shouldn't Pee On A Jellyfish Sting

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    Most of the information on how to treat jellyfish stings, including some urban myths, might actually cause you more pain than relief. Rather than peeing on the wound, try pouring vinegar over it instead. Science Insider tells you all you need to know abou

  • 01:34 A Trip To Mars Is Deadlier Than We Thought

    A Trip To Mars Is Deadlier Than We Thought

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    Going to Mars may be more dangerous than we thought. High-energy space radiation exists on the planet that can cause damage to DNA. This means the risk of cancer on Mars is twice as high as previously thought. So before we send crewed missions to the plan

  • 01:40 How Animals Can Change Colors

    How Animals Can Change Colors

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    Iridescence is a natural phenomenon that changes the color of objects based on the angle we view them. Many animals including peacocks, butterflies, and snakes, have special structures that cast this shiny glow. It happens when color wavelengths interfere

  • 03:05 What Happens If You Hold Your Pee In For Too Long

    What Happens If You Hold Your Pee In For Too Long

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    Everyone holds in their pee every now and then. And that's okay! Just don't do it too often, or it could lead to some serious problems down the road. Science Insider tells you all you need to know about science: space, medicine, biotech, physiology, and m

  • 01:31 You Can Eat Too Much Protein — Here's What Happens When You Do

    You Can Eat Too Much Protein — Here's What Happens When You Do

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    Eating too much protein can have detrimental effects on your health. It can lead to dehydration and weight gain. To find out how many grams of protein you should be eating, calculate your weight in kilograms and multiply by 0.8. Science Insider tells you

  • 04:33 Why Cockroaches Are So Hard To Kill

    Why Cockroaches Are So Hard To Kill

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    Cockroaches are one of the most widespread and resilient creatures on this planet. They are practically everywhere around us, hiding in the walls, sewers, and perhaps your cupboard. They are also one of the most hated creatures by humans. If you are like

  • 01:38 How Domestic Cats Spread Around The World

    How Domestic Cats Spread Around The World

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    You can find house cats on every continent except Antarctica. In the US alone, there are about 93.5 million house cats. But that wasn't always the case. Cats originated in Turkey around 10,000 years ago and gradually spread across the world as agriculture

  • 01:47 Melting Glaciers Are Making Our Days Longer

    Melting Glaciers Are Making Our Days Longer

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    The impact of climate change extends beyond just the weather. According to Harvard University researchers, melting glaciers at the poles are slowing down the Earth's rotation, and as a result, increasing the length of our days. Subscribe to BI: Science -

  • 02:36 How The World's First Written Languages Spread

    How The World's First Written Languages Spread

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    The introduction of writing systems changed the world. It allowed humans to physically express thoughts and language, as well as record events for future generations to study. Although different writing systems developed independently in different areas o

  • 01:37 Mars Rover Found Mysterious Growths On Planet

    Mars Rover Found Mysterious Growths On Planet

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    Four billion years ago, Mars looked a lot like Earth does today. So it's not surprising that a team of scientists believe that they may have discovered the first signs of ancient alien life on the planet. Subscribe to BI: Science - https://www.youtube.com

  • 01:36 Comparing Baby Animal Sizes

    Comparing Baby Animal Sizes

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    Whether an animal has large or small babies depends on how independent they need to be at birth. Adult Red Kangaroos are 100,000 times the weight of their young at birth. In contrast, baby giraffes are only 1/10th the weight of their mothers. Subscribe to

  • 01:53 Here's What Will Happen When The Sun Dies

    Here's What Will Happen When The Sun Dies

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    The Sun is currently in the middle of the stable section of its life cycle, and will stay there for the next 4.5 to 5.5 billion years. As it gets closer to depleting its hydrogen supply, there will be severe consequences for life on Earth. Science Insider

  • 01:43 Kenyan Company Is Turning Human Poo Into Replacement Charcoal

    Kenyan Company Is Turning Human Poo Into Replacement Charcoal

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    A company is manufacturing charcoal from human poo and sawdust collected around Nakuru, Kenya. Locals have embraced its use and are using the briquettes for cooking and other purposes. The project aims to help protect the environment and improve sanitatio

  • 01:55 Jupiter's Invisible Planetary Rings, Explained

    Jupiter's Invisible Planetary Rings, Explained

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    Did you know Jupiter has planetary rings? Unlike Saturn's rings which reflect sunlight, Jupiter's rings are made of moon dust. They're practically invisible. They were first discovered in 1979 by the Voyager 2 and can only be seen from the strongest of te

  • 01:17 Why You Shouldn't Eat Before Surgery, According To An Anesthesiologist

    Why You Shouldn't Eat Before Surgery, According To An Anesthesiologist

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    Doctors tell you to not eat before surgery because it reduces the risk of aspiration during and after the procedure. If a patient with a full stomach vomits after a surgery, food particles from the stomach are likely to make their way into the patient's l

  • 01:23 What Would Happen If You Died In Space?

    What Would Happen If You Died In Space?

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    As humanity travels further into space, the question of how to deal with a dead body needs to be explored. NASA designed the "Body Back" method for this very reason. It involves freezing the body and turning it into a fine powder, that is then attached to

  • 02:18 Why These Parasites Eat Their Hosts To Survive

    Why These Parasites Eat Their Hosts To Survive

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    Parasitoids are a type of parasite that kill their host animals to survive. While it seems gruesome, this type of behavior is important for keeping our ecosystem balanced. If parasitoids didn't destroy their hosts, the population of invasive species like

  • 03:18 Foods That Get Healthier When You Eat Them Together

    Foods That Get Healthier When You Eat Them Together

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    Many greens and vegetables are packed with nutrition, but you might not be getting as many benefits out of them as you'd like. Want a nutrient boost? By combining different foods, certain vitamins work together to bring out the most nutrition in your meal

  • 01:48 Mystery Of A Giant Planet That Went Missing In Our Solar System

    Mystery Of A Giant Planet That Went Missing In Our Solar System

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    Four billion years ago, Jupiter, Saturn, Uranus, and Neptune battled for positions within our solar system. But some scientists suspect that there was a fifth planet, similar in size to Neptune, that was also part of the battle. Scientists think that a my

  • 02:05 Why The Sun Isn't Actually Yellow

    Why The Sun Isn't Actually Yellow

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    On Earth, the sun appears to be yellow. But sunlight isn't actually made of just one color. It contains a multitude of colors that can be found on the color spectrum. Due to Earth's atmosphere, we only see some color photons. It's the same reason why the

  • 02:08 Why Do Athletes Wear Black Marks Under Their Eyes?

    Why Do Athletes Wear Black Marks Under Their Eyes?

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    Why do football players wear black stripes under their eyes? It's a phenomenon called "eye black" that's supposed to prevent the sun's glare from impairing an athlete's vision. But does it actually work? Science Insider tells you all you need to know abou

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  • 01:21 What's Really Inside Fake Crab Meat

    What's Really Inside Fake Crab Meat

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    From California rolls to crab cakes, imitation crab meat pops up everywhere. But what is imitation crab meat made of? It contains no actual crab but a fish paste called "surimi." Science Insider tells you all you need to know about science: space, medicin

  • 05:03 Pandas — The Complicated Truth Behind These Cute Animals

    Pandas — The Complicated Truth Behind These Cute Animals

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    Pandas are very cute, but they don't do much for their ecosystem—and they take away a lot of resources from other endangered plants and animals that support multitudes. Here's why these adorable creatures are possibly the most overrated animals in the wor

  • 01:18 Why The Big Bang Isn't The Beginning Of The Universe — It's The End Of Something Else

    Why The Big Bang Isn't The Beginning Of The Universe — It's The End Of Something Else

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    The Big Bang is not the beginning of the universe, it is the end of our theoretical understanding of space and time. Prior to the Big Bang, we just don't know what existed. It's possible that our universe came from another universe entirely. Science Insid

  • 01:40 What Would Happen If You Could Fall Through Earth

    What Would Happen If You Could Fall Through Earth

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    If you wanted to fall through Earth, you would need to build an airless vacuum straight through the core. Gravity would take you from one side of the planet to the next within forty minutes. Just be sure to wear a space suit so the intense heat doesn't bu

  • 01:58 Why Time Moves Forward — And What It Means

    Why Time Moves Forward — And What It Means

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    A lot of people wonder why time moves towards the future rather than towards the past. It's because we live in the aftermath of a very influential event—the Big Bang—and that expanding process is nowhere near complete. Science Insider tells you all you ne

  • 01:48 Difference Between Artificial Sweeteners And Real Sugar

    Difference Between Artificial Sweeteners And Real Sugar

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    Do you ever wonder if there's a difference between sugar and all those artificial sweeteners you put in your coffee? The main difference is sweetness. Artificial sweeteners like Splenda and Sweet'N Low are actually hundreds of times sweeter than sugar. Sc

  • 02:18 Mount Everest Isn't The World's Tallest Mountain

    Mount Everest Isn't The World's Tallest Mountain

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    If you measure from base to summit, Mount Everest is actually the world's second tallest mountain. The first is Mauna Kea—a one million-year-old dormant volcano in Hawaii. The peak of Mauna Kea is only 13,802 feet above sea level, but its base spreads dee

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  • 01:06 Why Are Taxicabs Yellow?

    Why Are Taxicabs Yellow?

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    Taxicabs are yellow because the bright color allows for greater visibility. Singapore compared accident rates between their blue taxi cabs and yellow taxicabs. Yellow cabs were 5% less likely to get rear-ended during the daytime, and 19% less likely to be

  • 01:39 What Happens When You Leave In A Splinter For Too Long?

    What Happens When You Leave In A Splinter For Too Long?

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    If you leave a splinter in for too long, you risk a dangerous infection. Splinters are made of natural materials so there's a greater chance that they'll carry bacteria or fungi. Remove the splinter as soon as possible and then disinfect the wound to prev

  • 01:51 How Captain America's Shield Follows Basic Physics

    How Captain America's Shield Follows Basic Physics

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    Captain America's shield follows the law of elastic collisions. This means that whenever the shield hits an object, its speed does not change. It would be impossible for the average human to control a shield like this, but because Captain America is a sup

  • 01:39 Easiest Way To Get Rid Of Bad Breath, According To A Dentist

    Easiest Way To Get Rid Of Bad Breath, According To A Dentist

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    The easiest way to get rid of bad breath is to brush your teeth at night and to drink lots of water, according to an American Dentist Association spokesperson. When your mouth is dry, food and bacteria tend to sit in your mouth for a much longer time. Thi

  • 00:59 Why Some Popcorn Kernels Never Pop In The Microwave

    Why Some Popcorn Kernels Never Pop In The Microwave

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    No matter if it's popcorn you've ordered at the theaters or that you've cooked in the microwave, there always seems to be leftover kernels that didn't pop. Physicist and author of "Storm in a Teacup: The physics of everyday life," Helen Czerski, explains

  • 01:43 Frogs Have A Secret Weapon To Catch Their Prey

    Frogs Have A Secret Weapon To Catch Their Prey

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    Frogs are lightning fast at catching their prey, and it's all thanks to their secret weapon: spit. Normally a frog's spit is thick like honey, but as the frog attacks, the spit liquefies. That liquid substance wraps around the prey then solidifies again,

  • 01:37 How Much Sugar Is Really In A Can Of Soda

    How Much Sugar Is Really In A Can Of Soda

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    Ever wondered how much sugar is in a can of soda? We boiled three types of soda—Ginger Ale, Coca Cola, and Diet Coke—to see how much sugar there actually was. The sugar caramelized into black gooey clumps for both the ginger ale and coca cola, while the d

  • 01:31 What Happens When You Eat Too Much Sugar? According To A Sugar Expert

    What Happens When You Eat Too Much Sugar? According To A Sugar Expert

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    What happens when you eat too much sugar? According to Robert Lustig, the author of "The Hacking Of The American Mind," the liver is the only organ that can metabolize sugar. Consuming too much of the sweet substance can cause your liver to build a resist

  • 01:48 Are Smoothies Really Healthy? According To A Sugar Expert

    Are Smoothies Really Healthy? According To A Sugar Expert

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    Robert Lustig, a sugar expert and professor of both pediatrics and endocrinology, explains the problem with fruit smoothies. Fruits are composed of two types of fibers" soluble and insoluble. Both are beneficial to your health, particularly the health of

  • 01:02 What White Giraffes Look Like

    What White Giraffes Look Like

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    A pair of rare white giraffes were been spotted in Kenya. The rare animals — a mother and baby — were discovered by villagers near the Ishaqbini conservancy in Garissa, eastern Kenya. The giraffes are this colorr because of a condition called leucism. It'

  • 01:48 Why You May Have More Acne Than Other People

    Why You May Have More Acne Than Other People

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    Ever wonder why some people have never had any trouble with acne, while others have been plagued with it? It's because of the bacteria that resides within our skin. Some people have bacteria strains that protect against acne while others have strains that

  • 01:50 Popular What Does Gaining Weight Do To Your Body?

    What Does Gaining Weight Do To Your Body?

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    Maintaining a healthy weight can seem difficult at times, but it's worth the effort. When your body weight increases past a healthy amount, your body is damaged in various ways. The weight puts extra pressure on your joints and slows your metabolism. It a

  • 01:37 Popular How To Survive A Shark Attack, According To A Shark Researcher

    How To Survive A Shark Attack, According To A Shark Researcher

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    The best way to defend yourself against a shark is to punch its nose. To improve your chances of surviving a shark attack, we spoke with George Burgess, director of the Florida Program for Shark Research and manager of the International Shark Attack File.

  • 01:59 What Your Horoscope Sign Really Means

    What Your Horoscope Sign Really Means

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    Over the course of one year, the sun moves between Earth and different 13 constellations. The Babylonians determined that only 12 constellations could find in a calendar year, so they left off the thirteenth sign, Ophiuchus. Recently NASA re-acknowledged

  • 02:30 Every Map Of Louisiana Is A Lie

    Every Map Of Louisiana Is A Lie

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    Louisiana's coastline is sinking faster than all the other contiguous 47 states, combined. This means that Louisiana's shape does not look like the boot you might see on your grade school map. As the coastline continues to sink, it threaten's the entire n

  • 02:14 It May Be Physically Impossible To Visit Another Universe, According To A Physicist

    It May Be Physically Impossible To Visit Another Universe, According To A Physicist

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    There are many different ways a multiverse might exist. But can you travel to these different universes? Columbia University physicist Brian Greene explains if it would even be possible. Science Insider tells you all you need to know about science: space,

  • 01:41 What We Know About The Legendary Tasmanian Tiger

    What We Know About The Legendary Tasmanian Tiger

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    The Thylacine, aka Tasmanian tiger, was thought to go extinct in 1936. However, a research team at Australia's James Cook University hopes this is not the case. They are installing cameras across areas where supposed sightings have occurred. If captured,

  • 01:05 Cheeses You Can Still Eat If You’re Lactose Intolerant

    Cheeses You Can Still Eat If You’re Lactose Intolerant

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    Even if you are lactose intolerant, certain types of cheese are safe to eat. This mostly includes aged cheese like Swiss, blue, and cheddar. We spoke with Michael Tunick, author of "The Science of Cheese," to learn about how you can find your best options

  • 01:54 The Difference Between Advil, Tylenol, Aleve, and Aspirin

    The Difference Between Advil, Tylenol, Aleve, and Aspirin

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    We use over-the-counter drugs daily to easy bodily pain. These medications include Advil, Tylenol, Aleve, and Aspirin. But are we actually using the right medication for our discomforts? Science Insider tells you all you need to know about science: space,

  • 04:27 What Humans Living On Mars Will Look Like In 1,000 Years

    What Humans Living On Mars Will Look Like In 1,000 Years

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    Colonizing Mars might be the best chance to ensure the human species survival in the future. In order to adapt to Mar’s hostile living conditions, our bodies will evolve in ways that might end up with a completely new species of human. Science Insider tel

  • 03:24 What Happens When You Stare At The Sun

    What Happens When You Stare At The Sun

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    We all know the harmful effects of the sun touching our skin, so we ready ourselves with sunscreen to block the rays. But what about our eyes? What would happen if we happened to stare directly at the sun?  Tech Insider tells you all you need to know abou

  • 03:22 Why The Octopus Is The Weirdest Animal On Earth

    Why The Octopus Is The Weirdest Animal On Earth

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    Octopuses are unlike any other organism on Earth. They can regrow limbs, change colors whenever they want, and use tools to their advantage. But perhaps the most unique thing an octopus can do is edit its RNA. By editing their RNA, octopuses make temporar

  • 03:08 Popular How Hamsters Can Stuff So Much Food In Their Cheeks

    How Hamsters Can Stuff So Much Food In Their Cheeks

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    Hamsters can stuff their cheeks with up to 20% of their body weight. Most of the time, they fill their cheeks with food, but sometimes mother hamsters store their babies in their cheeks for protection. Hamster cheeks contain pouches that resemble small de

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  • 01:47 What’s Really Inside Kraft Singles And Other Processed Cheeses

    What’s Really Inside Kraft Singles And Other Processed Cheeses

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    Next time you're going to town on a stringy diner grilled cheese sandwich, take a good deep look into the cheesy golden-yellow abyss. What is that stuff anyway? USDA research chemist Michael Tunick takes look at what goes into making processed cheese like

  • 01:23 Yogurt Is More Unhealthy Than You Think

    Yogurt Is More Unhealthy Than You Think

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    Yogurt is a popular type of food due to its supposed health benefits. However, it might not be as healthy as it is advertised. An award-winning science journalist and the author of "I Contain Multitudes", Ed Yong, explains the myth around the benefits of

  • 01:49 What Was Albert Einstein’s Happiest Thought?

    What Was Albert Einstein’s Happiest Thought?

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    The image of a man falling to his death helped Einstein uncover some of the biggest scientific breakthroughs in physics. Columbia University's theoretical physicist, Brian Greene, explains how this morbid concept became what Albert Einstein called the hap

  • 01:42 How Long It Takes To Burn Off Calories You Eat

    How Long It Takes To Burn Off Calories You Eat

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    Calories add up real fast, and burning them off takes a lot longer than eating them. For example, it would take 13 minutes of running to burn off a 12 oz soda or an hour of walking to burn off a cinnamon roll. Science Insider tells you all you need to kno

  • 01:46 What Would Happen If Earth Warmed By Just 2 Degrees?

    What Would Happen If Earth Warmed By Just 2 Degrees?

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    What would happen if Earth became 2ºC (4.6ºF) warmer? Sea levels will likely rise by 1.6 feet and cause coastlines to flood worldwide. Heat waves would intensify and damage crop growth. And coral reefs would die off. There's a 95% chance this will happen

  • 02:11 4 ways aliens could be contacting Earth without us knowing it

    4 ways aliens could be contacting Earth without us knowing it

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    If there are extraterrestrials out there, they could be trying to make contact with us Earthlings, but due to our limited technology, we may miss all their mediums of communication. We spoke with Doug Vakoch, the president of the Messaging to Extra-Terres

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  • 02:19 Researchers have linked the deaths of three US presidents to the same surprising cause

    Researchers have linked the deaths of three US presidents to the same surprising cause

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    Many historians will tell you it was pneumonia that killed President William Henry Harrison. The popular belief is that he developed the infection after catching a cold while delivering his exceptionally long inaugural address. But a recent study reexamin

  • 01:43 What if the moon were actually made of cheese?

    What if the moon were actually made of cheese?

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    It's a classic fable that dates back decades, but as we all (hopefully) know, the moon is not actually made of cheese. But what if it were? Subscribe to BI: Science - https://www.youtube.com/channel/UC9uD-W5zQHQuAVT2GdcLCvg -------------------------------

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  • 01:56 How SpaceX plans to land on Mars in 2018

    How SpaceX plans to land on Mars in 2018

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    Elon Musk's private company SpaceX has big plans to usher in a new era of reusable rockets that could send the first humans to Mars and return them home. Here's how the company plans to land on the Red Planet as soon as 2018. Subscribe to BI: Science - ht

  • 01:58 Einstein's time travel thought experiment

    Einstein's time travel thought experiment

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    Einstein reveals how to manipulate time. Subscribe to BI: Science - https://www.youtube.com/channel/UC9uD-W5zQHQuAVT2GdcLCvg ----------------------------------------­---------- Follow BI Video on Twitter: http://bit.ly/1oS68Zs Follow BI Video On Facebook:

  • 01:24 How a microwave works — explained using only the 1,000 most common words in the English language

    How a microwave works — explained using only the 1,000 most common words in the English language

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    In Randall Munroe's new book "Thing Explainer: Complicated Stuff in Simple Words," he breaks down how complex machines work using only the thousand (or, ten hundred) most common words in the English language. Microwaves have been a staple of the American

  • 02:04 How fast are we moving through the universe?

    How fast are we moving through the universe?

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    You don't need a spaceship to shoot through space. We're actually doing it all the time. We live on a rotating planet, that orbits a star, that moves around a galaxy, that rockets through the universe constantly. But how fast are we moving, exactly? Subsc

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  • 01:41 Why you shouldn't pop your pimples

    Why you shouldn't pop your pimples

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    Acne is the most common skin disease, according to the National Institute of Health. Even if it may ease the pain or the unsightly pus, dermatologist Michelle Rodrigues explains in an article on The Conversation that we should not pop them. Subscribe to B

  • 01:44 What would happened if everyone on Earth jumped at the same time?

    What would happened if everyone on Earth jumped at the same time?

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    If everyone on Earth jumped at the same time, we wouldn't change the Earth's orbit in space, but we could cause a lot of damage on Earth. Special thanks to astrophysicist Paul Sutter at The Ohio State University and physicist Mark Boslough at Sandia Natio

  • 02:35 The science of hitting a Major League fastball

    The science of hitting a Major League fastball

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    Hitters only have 125 milliseconds to gauge the average Major League fastball – less than the blink of an eye. Which begs the question: how is it humanly possible? Subscribe to BI: Science - https://www.youtube.com/channel/UC9uD-W5zQHQuAVT2GdcLCvg -------

  • 01:16 Here's what would happen if the supervolcano underneath Yellowstone National Park erupted

    Here's what would happen if the supervolcano underneath Yellowstone National Park erupted

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    With the volcano underneath Yellowstone National Park currently active, it's a good idea to know what the level of destruction might be if it were to erupt. Though humanity would not be extinct at the hands of the eruption, there would be massive amounts

  • 02:49 The evolution of the universe in 3 minutes

    The evolution of the universe in 3 minutes

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    Over 13 billion years ago, the entire universe was contained in a singularity tinier than a proton. So how did we get from there to here? Here's the abbreviated version of what we know (so far) about the story of everything. Subscribe to BI: Science - htt

  • 02:55 40 years ago, NASA sent a message to aliens — here's what it says

    40 years ago, NASA sent a message to aliens — here's what it says

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    In September 1977, NASA launched Voyager I from Cape Canaveral, Florida. The craft carried a golden record that contained a message to aliens from the people of Earth. Here's what it said. Subscribe to BI: Science - https://www.youtube.com/channel/UC9uD-W

  • 02:43 Rising sea levels could displace millions of Americans by 2100

    Rising sea levels could displace millions of Americans by 2100

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    A recent study published in Nature Climate Change projects that over 4 million residents of the continental US could be affected if sea levels rise 3 feet by the end of the century. The researchers calculated the number of at-risk residents by looking at


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