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Summer In The City; This Is How The Sun Sees You

Summer In The City; This Is How The Sun Sees You

This filmmaker showed people what they looked like in ultraviolet, & wondered aloud if they wanted to put on some damn sunscreen already.


We Are Made of Stars

The Atlantic interviews NASA scientist Dr. Michelle Thaller, who explains what humans are really made of: the final moment of a stars existence.


Pyro Board: Music And a Light Show!

Following the creation of the Ruben’s Tube, the 2D Pyro Board was born!

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What Happens When You Put Red Hot Metal Into Stuff?

This guy is the best. It’s just a whole YouTube channel dedicated to putting red hot metal on stuff.

Science Vs Religion

Religion Vs. Science (Bill Nye Debates Ken Ham)

Here is the deal. Very few are going to believe anything different after watching this video, but those on the fence may have a more solid foundation to build on. I gave up long ago on the idea that it was my job to bring people to my way of thinking. Some people need to


Neil deGrasse Tyson Gives the Cosmos a New Look

Neil deGrasse Tyson and Seth Macfarlane have revamped the 1980 documentary series, The Cosmos: a Personal Voyage, which is due to come out next spring. The reboot will be titled The Cosmo’s: A Space-Time Odyssey and will run for 13 episodes on Fox and National Geographic.  The original 13 episode series by Carl Sagen used special effects, 3d models and


Breakfast Saves Lives!

It’s a known fact that breakfast is one of the most important meals of the day, but what are the health benefits? Breakfast has helped aid weight loss and improving focus, and now studies have shown that it has decreased people’s chances of dying from a heart attack or coronary heart disease. A study also


Deaf Mother Reacts to Hearing Her Son’s Voice

26-year-old mother Amy was born deaf, but thanks to modern medicine, she was able to hear her family for the very first time.

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Real World Uses for Google Glass

Google has been releasing Google Glass out to select individuals to use in their everyday life, but what will it be like if EVERYONE used them?


Billboards that Pull Water Out of Thin Air

Potable water is brought to the most arid areas in Peru with the help of a new type of billboard. You heard me … billboards are collecting and purifying drinking water. The water-producing billboard is currently located in the desert portion of Peru’s capital, Lima. As the video states, Lima only receives about .51 inches


The Portal Turrets Take Their Revenge

Turrets have always gotten the short end of the stick in the Portal universe. Turrets have been thrown through portals, shot each other by mistake and even covered in goo and then bounced into the abyss of Aperture Science. Today, it stops!


College Student Beats Ticket with Physics

A student at UCSD used his knowledge of physics to show in court why he couldn’t be guilty of a traffic ticket.


NASA: A Penny For Your Thoughts

With the not-so-pending-(or-is-it?)-end-of-the-world coming up on Friday, along with the triumph that is the Mars Curiosity Rover, it’s not too far-fetched to say that the final frontier has regained a small spot in the public eye. John Zeller would agree, and is the reason why he started the Penny4NASA campaign.  The mission is to get the US Government to