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?
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SciShow Space explores the origins of Earthquakes that aren’t on Earth. Moonquakes and Marsquakes can happen, too!
In this SciShow dose, Michael Aranda explains mystery behind trypophobia.
In this episode of SciShow Quiz Show, host Michael Aranda test the wits of contestants Dr. Lindsey Doe and Hank Green.
SciShow Space celebrates the 45th anniversary of the first moon landing by highlighting just four of the most important things we learned from the Apollo 11 mission. Subscribe!
Aw, don’t be embarrassed—everyone does it! Quick Questions explains what causes blushing, which Darwin called “the most peculiar and most human of all expressions.”
Meet one of the newest celestial bodies to be discovered: rogue planets, worlds that hurtle around the galaxy without any parent star. Caitlin Hofmeister explains how we found them, and where we think they might have come from.
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If you haven’t heard of it before, you have now. And it may prove to be the next big thing in materials science. SciShow explains what it is, why it’s so awesome, and what challenges we face in harnessing its amazing properties.
Astronauts be like…..
We’re getting ever closer to making the Nutrimatic Drinks Dispenser be a real thing, y’all (sort of).