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Plastic Bunny 3D Printed From Its Own DNA SciShow
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A team is encoding digital data into DNA molecules which are then embedded into larger physical objects, like this plastic bunny! And researchers are working ...
First Results from the Probe That Went to the Sun SciShow Space
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Scientists have revealed the results of the Parker Solar Probe's first two flybys of the Sun, and LIGO has a new instrument called the quantum vacuum squeezer!
Why Are Some People So Bad at Singing? SciShow Psych
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Singing badly” doesn't just mean someone might be tone-deaf. In some cases, it's more than just not being able to carry the right tune, and it just might be ...
Your Cat Questions Answered! | Compilation SciShow
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The kitties we let into our homes and hearts can have some strange and endearing behaviors, and we've made a fur-midable number of episodes about them!
Planets Could Form Around Black Holes! | SciShow News SciShow Space
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This week in space. Scientists have discovered a black hole that could possibly everything we know about black holes, and also, evidence that planets, yes ...
Are Artificial Sweeteners Bad For You? SciShow
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While scientists have debunked the notion that putting artificial sweeteners in your coffee will give you cancer, that doesn't necessarily mean you should go hog ...
Your Appendix Isn't Useless, After All SciShow
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Why Do Humans Like to Get High? SciShow
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We've told you before that there really isn't any evidence that animals consume mind-altering substances because they feel good to them. This makes it appear ...
6 Weird Mushrooms (And Other Fungi) SciShow
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Mushrooms can be pretty weird! Some have the power to trick animals into caring for them, appear to bleed, or even clean up radiation! Hosted by: Michael ...
Why Can't We Farm These Foods Yet? SciShow
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There are some foods that are so popular that they are at risk of going extinct. What are they and why is it so difficult to harvest them?
What If We Killed All the Mosquitoes? SciShow
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With the Zika virus in the news, some people have wondered why we don't just kill them ALL. Support SciShow by becoming a patron on Patreon: ...
How Being Obsessed with Health Can Make You Unhealthy SciShow
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Dieting and exercise can be good for you, but just because something's healthy, that doesn't mean more is even healthier. Hosted by: Michael Aranda Head to ...
The Invisible Gas That Gave Us Galaxies SciShow Space
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Why Does Everything Stink Less in Winter? SciShow
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There are lots of reasons stinky things don't smell as strong in cold weather. You can maybe guess some of the reasons, but others may surprise you! Hosted by: ...
Are We Overdue for a Megaquake? SciShow
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If you live in the U.S. you may have heard that the Pacific Northwest is supposedly overdue for an earthquake of colossal, devastating proportions. If that's true ...
The Deal with Fat SciShow
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Dietary science is complicated-- one day something is good for you and the next it's not. Learn what we DO know about fat chemistry in this episode of SciShow.
10 Strange-Looking Prehistoric Animals SciShow
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Take a close look at some of the strangest-looking animals evolution has created. If you liked this video, check out more videos about natural history and ...
These Mysterious Lakes Disappeared...and Came Back SciShow
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Around the world, there are lakes that disappear without warning. Then, even stranger, they come back! This can happen for lots of different reasons, and the fact ...
Top 5 Deadliest Diseases SciShow
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Hank scares our pants off with a tale of the five deadliest infectious diseases in the world. Like SciShow: http://www.facebook.com/scishow Follow SciShow: ...
How Psychology Can Explain the Deadly Medieval Dancing Plagues SciShow Psych
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From the 1200s through the 1600s, parts of Europe were afflicted with deadly, mysterious outbreaks of seemingly contagious, unstoppable dancing. While it's ...
3 Genes That Give People Superpowers SciShow
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There are genetic mutations in the population today that can grant people some seemingly superhuman abilities. To get your 23andMe kit, go to: ...
The Curious Case of Colic SciShow
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Babies cry a lot, but some babies cry a lot more than others. These babies are said to have colic - and doctors aren't totally sure what causes it. Hosted by: ...
The Most Venomous Animals in the World SciShow
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There are a lot of ways to kill and be killed in the animal kingdom, but only a lucky few use the powers of venom. Not all are closely related, so how did they ...
How Machine Learning Makes Our Decisions Smarter SciShow
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6 Popular "Home Remedies" That Don't Actually Work SciShow
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Studies have found that even some of the most well-known home remedies don't work, and sometimes they do more harm than good. Hosted by: Stefan Chin ...
Honey: Bacteria's Worst Enemy SciShow
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It may not look like it sitting in that cute bear bottle, but honey is a supercharged bacteria-killing powerhouse! Learn more about hydrogen peroxide: ...
Why Do So Many People Fall for Robocalls and E-mail Scams? SciShow Psych
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Many robocalls and email scams are super blatantly obvious. Yet every year, people lose billions of dollars to these frauds - and the reasons why may be more ...
TMT: The World’s Most Controversial Telescope SciShow
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What exactly is the Thirty Meter Telescope, and why is the proposed location in Hawai'i such a conflict? Hosted by: Hank Green SciShow has a spinoff podcast!
The Biggest Herb on Earth is... a Banana?! SciShow
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When you think of herbs, you might picture rosemary, basil, or dill weed, but you can add something a bit bigger than that to your mental herb collection: good ol' ...
4 Parasites Too Creepy to Exist SciShow
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Warning! This episode is a little gross… Between 1/3 and 1/2 of all life on earth is parasitic - and here are 4 of the creepiest parasites we know about. #SciShow ...
10 Dangerous Fashion Trends SciShow
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As you know, in fashion, one day you're in and the next day your skin is falling off and your lungs are melting. Hosted by: Michael Aranda ---------- Looking for ...
Which is Worse For You: Sugar or Fat? SciShow
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For decades, we've heard how terrible fat is for us, but more recently, sugar has become the new villain. What does the science actually say about these two ...
The Real Reason It's So Hard to Lose Weight SciShow
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You probably know that losing weight is really hard. But it may not be just because of your cheat day frequency; your body actually fights back to make losing ...
The Terrifying Truth About Bananas SciShow
6 years back
Hank loves bananas and is worried about their future, so he did some investigating and wrote this episode of SciShow to share some kinda scary banana truths ...
The Strange, Frictionless World of Superfluids SciShow
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Imagine a cup of tea that doesn't obey the laws of physics, it pours out of the bottom of your cup while crawling up the sides to the top, and you'll have a pretty ...
What's the Fastest Speed a Person Could Run? SciShow
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Why Scurvy Shouldn't Exist SciShow
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Many a joke has been made about scurvy and pirates, but it's a serious disease caused by a lack of Vitamin C that still affects people around the world today.
The Biggest Sloth That Ever Lived, and 6 Other Gigantic Animals SciShow
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Sometimes it seems like the past favored large animals, but it turns out that each one on this list has a different reason for its size. Hosted by: Olivia Gordon Head ...
The Real Story of Asbestos SciShow
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It seemed like a miracle stone, and eventually, the ancient Greeks, Romans, and Egyptians all started using it, too. Hosted by: Hank Green ---------- Dooblydoo ...
Why You Should Never Put Tomatoes in the Fridge! SciShow
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Without refrigerators, we'd have spoiled milk, moldy cheese, and warm sodas. However, there are some foods that don't fare so well in a chilly fridge, including ...
There Are Millions of Blood Types SciShow
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You're probably aware that your blood can be A, B, AB or O, but it turns out that blood types can get a lot more complicated than that! *We made a mistake in the ...
The Science of Anti-Vaccination SciShow
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Fewer children in the United States are getting vaccinated. That's bad news for those kids, and also for public health in general. Often, the response is to argue ...
Denisovans: Our Mysterious Cousins That Made Us Better SciShow
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During most of the past 2 million years or so, there were several species of hominins on Earth at any given time. Like, you might be familiar with our famous ...
Abilities Evolution Took From Us SciShow
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A common misconception is that evolution is a long chain of progress, where organisms gain cool, new features over time. However, if a trait doesn't help with ...
From Hognoses to Spider Tails: 6 Sublime Snakes SciShow
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Snakes aren't just muscle-y danger noodles. They're extremely diverse, and some have really weird, unique adaptations that we could all probably appreciate a ...
What Are Those Lines on My Nails? SciShow
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You've probably had some. White lines or spots that appear and grow out with your nails. Why does this happen? There are a few reasons, ranging from ...
Alice in Wonderland Syndrome SciShow Psych
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SciShow has a spinoff podcast! It's called SciShow Tangents. Check it out at http://www.scishowtangents.org Your head feels too big and things just keep getting ...
Poor, Misunderstood Poison Ivy SciShow
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It sure seems like some plants really don't want you hiking through their woods, but maybe your immune system is just overreacting. Hosted by: Stefan Chin ...