3 Reasons Mosquitoes Suck

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.

Malaria No More

Why do we have seasons?

Ever wonder why the earth has different seasons? Michael Aranda will explain in this episode of SciShow Quick Questions. 

Goodbye Glaciers, and Britain Doesn’t Forget To Be Awesome

SciShow gives you latest in science news, including what “unstoppable” melting in Antarctica really means, and how you can help scientists increase the awesome through the 2014 Longitude Prize.

New Supernova, and Internet on the Moon

SciShow Space shares the latest news from the around the universe, including the first supernova observed in real time, and Internet service on the moon. Finally!

Over the Rainbow: How DOUBLE Rainbows Form

Take a look… A VERY special guest, LeVar Burton, explains how Double Rainbows are formed.

We’re super excited about this episode, y’all! Double rainbow power!

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Milk, and the Mutants That Love It

Got milk? Fact is, most people don’t — and shouldn’t — because for them, ice cream and milkshakes are basically toxic. So why can some people drink milk and survive? Turns out they’re mutants! SciShow explains.

Minerva and the New Hunt for Alien Worlds

SciShow explains the science of detecting exoplanets — planets in orbit around distant stars — and how a new observatory being built in California may open up whole new worlds to us, literally!

What are Blood Types?

SciShow’s Quick Questions explains why, when it comes right down to it, there are really only eight kinds of people in the world.

Top 10 New Species and the First Fusion Reactor 

Hank shares the week in science news, including the top 10 new species discovered in 2014, and the start of construction of the first fusion reactor. It’s gonna be big!

Complete Top 10: http://www.esf.edu/Top10/

Space Station Science and NASA’s Flying Saucer

SciShow Space shares the latest news from around the universe, including a wrap-up of the experiments conducted in the last space station mission, a test of a new “flying saucer” device from NASA, and new life for our old friend, the Kepler Space Telescope!

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