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Advances & Discoveries in Science and Technology
Why is Fahrenheit Still Used in America?
While the rest of the world uses the metric system and Celsius those in America refuse to leave the Imperial system and Fahrenheit. But why is that, why won't they change?
You Won't Believe How Much Freeze-Dried Urine Costs
While most of us aren't in the market for Freeze-Dried Urine if you were to buy some you could pick up some from the US Government for $983. The National Institute of Standards and Technology or NIST sells this and other items as what are termed Standard Reference Materials for science. Think of all the money you just flushed down the toilet.
Taking Out Drones with a Rocket Powered Sword
Drones have become more popular and sometimes things get a little out of hand. So it's always nice to know if there is a drone bothering you there's a rocket powered sword ready to slash it out of the sky for you.
Black Holes Will Be the End of Us
Black Holes are the most powerful force in all nature and when the universe comes to an end it will be thanks to one. Take a look at just how powerful Black Holes really are.
Flying a Plane Into Hurricane Harvey
Hurricane Harvey is currently hitting Texas with it's incredible power but did you know their are pilots that intentionally flew into it? See how brave pilots flew into the powerful storm to collect weather data for science.
Revolutionary Induction Cooking System Will Blow Your Mind
This new revolutionary induction cooking system by Bose is incredible to say the least. The system is so efficient that you can hold the pan without getting burnt because all the energy is concentrated perfectly for cooking.
Giant Freezer to Store Polar Ice for Climate Change Research
Scientist regularly dig deep into polar ice in hopes of seeing what earth was like 100,000's of years ago. But before they can look at it they have to store it and this is where they store it, the US National Ice Core Laboratory in Denver, Colorado.
International Space Station Crossing the 2017 Solar Eclipse
While millions were able to see the recent total solar eclipse in America few got to see it with the International Space Station crossing in front of it like these guys.
Miami is the Place to Go for Speedboats
If you're a fan of speed and the water then you need to go to Miami, the speedboat capital of the world. Check out the incredible speedboats made in Miami and see just how fast they can go.
What is Dark Matter and Can We Create It?
They say over 80% of the universe is made up of dark matter but we are yet to observe it, so far we have only been able to detect it based on how it interacts with other matter. Knowing this, could we create dark matter ourselves here on earth?
Revolutionary Device Can Heal the Brain and Organs in Seconds
Scientists have been working on a non-invasive chip that uses Tissue Nanotransfection that can heal organs and the brain within seconds. It apparently can alter skin cells into cells of any kind according to their study.
Indestructible Phone Survives Falling from a Plane
This Samsung Galaxy S5 survived an incredible fall from a plane and recorded the whole ordeal. The phone was lost while filming another aircraft and landed in a garden only to be discovered by a confused home owner.
Voyager 2 Epic Billion Mile Journey
The Voyager 2 spacecraft has been traveling through space for 40 years now and has covered over 10 billion miles. To help put that in perspective this video gives you an idea of how that measures up in terms we all might understand.
Throwing Animals Off a Building for Science
Ever wonder what would happen if your threw an elephant off a building? Besides throwing your back out in the process you would end up with a mess and it's all down to size.
Making Square Bubbles for Science
The laws of nature always follow the path of least resistance and this is perfectly demonstrated with bubbles. Watch what happens when bubbles are connected to one another and see the shapes they form.