SciShow News reports some promising new findings about the worldwide fight against HIV, including insights about how we can make the most of one of our newest weapons against HIV: circumcision.
Hi ThanksTank friends! Silly us we finished filling the tank months ago but we never took pictures of the final tankmates. VidCon happened and things got a little crazy over here. So without further ado we would like you to meet Clarice, Jamin, Shellshark and Meghan Murowanyj. These are Black Tetras and they have been doing great since they’ve been in the tank. Now that the tank is full we will be going back and adding some of the fish that we lost over the last nine months. Thanks again for your support of SciShow. Hopefully we will have an inside the tank video soon.
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SciShow Space preps you for the Delta Aquarids, a meteor shower, and explains what makes them so unique. Plus, join “aquanauts” on one of NASA’s least-known missions, a nine-day tour in its NEEMO undersea laboratory.
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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?
Why do chickens and turkeys have white meat and dark meat? And, like, gross, but … do humans have the same thing? It’s all about our muscles: what they’re made of, and what they’re made for. Quick Questions has the answers!
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.
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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