Get an engineeer’s-eye-view of the tallest buildings in the world, learn what challenges they face as they reach for the sky and wonder, how tall can we build?
In this episode of SciShow Quiz Show, host Michael Aranda test the wits of contestants Dr. Lindsey Doe and Hank Green.
|—||My favorite Hank Green quote thus far (SciShow Episode: “Moore’s Law and The Secret World of Ones and Zeroes”)|
I paused the SciShow and this happened
Holding Daisy the boa constrictor while answering a question about simple machines was just too much for Hank’s brain to handle, apparently.
Hank gives you at least three reasons to like mosquitoes even less than you do already, and tells you how you can literally decrease world suck by fighting mosquito-borne disease.
Wow…how extremely observant. I wear the exact same glasses, but they’re painted with a clear matte nail polish to prevent them from reflecting the greenscreen and creating big holes in my head (or big pains in the butt for our production team.)
The nailpolish does gray them a bit, but otherwise they’re the exact same frames. For some reason I got them for free at LensCrafters after they messed up my prescription like three times in a row.
Light pollution — it’s not just the bane of light sleepers and frustrated astronomers. It also is tinkering with the biological cycles of all kinds of living things, including us! SciShow takes you behind the glare to understand the effects of artificial light and how we can fight this pollution of the night sky.
Inspired by a recent @edwardspoonhands segment on SciShow News.
Worrisome, yet adorable!