121d
Fun with lasers in water. Watch refraction in action.
  121d
The joy scientists have when they find something new that does not perfectly fit our models. The new chances for discovery excite them.
  114d
Double distilling of rubidium in argon. Now that is how you get a pure element sample.
  112d
After that horrible Chernobyl mockumentary let's look at a scientist explaining the threat of real radiation instead of Hollywood radiation.
  105d
How do antennas work?
  102d
How we care for Moon Rocks, and take samples.
  96d
The quantum information age will change the landscape of cryptography for the better.
  83d
The Immune system is quite complex.
  83d
Watching timelapse astronomy is a beautiful way to see our place in the universe.
  79d
We often hear about "Einstein's biggest blunder," but what was it, and what is actually goig on?
  41d
An important part of education is looking back at things we thought were true, but are not
  41d
An important part of education is looking back at things we thought were true, but are not.
  33d
What is in the deep sea?
  32d
The only useful derivatives
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  30d
Rotating objects are interesting.
  26d
Understanding Electromagnetic Radiation
  21d
Ants and humans have so much in common.
  20d
Does water drain direction depend on which hemisphere you are on?
  20d
Does water drain direction depend on which hemisphere you are on?
  7d
What actually happens if a nuke goes off in a city?
  7d
An important lesson learned. Really cool to watch.
  4d
Loop Quantum Gravity. A quantum theory of gravity that tries to insert background independence of a general relativity, into quantum field theory.
  3d
The Anthropic Principle Explained
  2d
Why is it so hard to recycle plastic?
  2d
  17h
The man who corrected Einstein.