Science Videos, Page 2
Cool Science Experiments and Discoveries
New Ways of Understanding and Fighting Cancer
Cancer has been around for centuries and claimed millions of innocent lives. But overtime we've learnt more about our enemy and what we need to do to fight back more effectively.
Where Would You Rather Sit, in a Sound-Deadening Room or an Echo Chamber?
Sound is just pressure waves moves through the air but it can be controlled. Lets see what the loudest sound is like in both a Sound-Deadening Room and inside an Echo Chamber.
Slow Motion Reveal of 2 Bullets Colliding
You would have to be a good shot to recreate this. But what would happen if you could fire a bullet and hit another bullet in mid air? Well it's been captured in slow motion and it's incredible.
Inside the Fascinating World of Pareidolia: Do You Experience This Phenomenon?
I've got bad news for you, you have a new condition - pareidolia! The good news is it's actually a useful skill to have when it comes to survival. But what exactly is pareidolia?
Can a Black Hole Destroy an Entire Galaxy?
We all know that black holes destroy everything in their path. We also know black holes can be very big. But is there a black hole big enough to destroy an entire galaxy?
The Excruciating Pain of Surgery Before Anesthesia
We might have a lot of problems today but at least we have anesthesia. Lets take a look at the kind of unimaginable pain people had to endure before anesthesia was used in surgery.
Witness the Mesmerizing Electron Microscope View of Metal Cutting
Curious about the mesmerizing world of metal cutting? Have you ever imagined peering through an Electron Microscope to witness the intricate process? Lets dive into the captivating realm of metalwork as we unveil the stunning visuals of cutting metal at microscopic levels.
Paralyzed Man Walks with the Help of a Bluetooth Brain and Spine
Paralyzed after a cycling accident thi man was able to walk again thanks to neuroscientists and surgeons in Switzerland using Bluetooth technology.
How Your Body Fights Cancer
While cancer has claimed many lives it's remarkable how well our body is able to fight the disease on a daily basis and keep winning.
Is Solar Geoengineering Safe?
Solar geoengineering is the process of trying to cool the planet by reflecting sunlight off the atmosphere. But messing with our delicate ecosystem is a risky proposition.
Why Did Our Ancestors Have Better Teeth Than Us?
If you look at the skulls of our ancestors you'll notice they have pretty good teeth in general. We know it's not because of braces, so how did they have such good teeth?
The Magic Metal Helping NASA Reinvent the Wheel
NASA has taken us to places most would never have dreamt of exploring and it's all thanks to materials like this magic metal that does the impossible.
Levitating Random Things with Science
Thanks to science we can make pretty much most things levitate. But is there a limit to what can levitate?
A Star That Makes Our Sun Look Tiny
Our sun is way bigger than earth but did you know there are stars that make our sun look truly tiny? Take a look at red supergiant Stephenson 2-18.
Is the Hole in the Ozone Layer Still There?
Years ago the hole in the ozone layer was big news that had everyone talking. But not much has been said about it in years. So what happened to the hole in the ozone layer?