What Will The Next Solar Storm Do To Earth?

Would all our technology really be wiped out? Find out in this episode of Life Noggin! [Life Noggin] Advertisements

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Why do Your Knuckles Pop? [Science Video]

Some people love the feeling of cracking their knuckles, while others cringe at the sound. But what causes that trademark pop? And is it dangerous? Eleanor Nelsen gives the facts behind joint popping. [TED-Ed]

The Side Effects of Vaccines – How High is the Risk? [Science Video]

Vaccines are one of our best tools to prevent dangerous diseases, but they come with side effects. So would it be safer not to vaccinate? This video has been supported by a grant from the Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation. [In a Nutshell]

How Scientists Found the First Type of Molecule in the Universe

Around a quarter of a million years after the Big Bang, the very first molecule, helium hydride was formed. Now scientists have confirmed that molecule is still being made, and they found it with some help from a high flying airplane. [SciShow Space]

What Would Happen if Honeybees Went Extinct? [Science Video]

You’ve probably heard about how the extinction of honeybees will lead to some sort of bee-pocalypse doomsday scenario for humanity. But what would actually happen if all the honeybees went extinct? Find out all about it in this episode of SciShow. [SciShow]

Why Is Lyme Disease Getting Worse?

Lyme disease is spreading like wildfire around the world: here’s why. [Minute Earth]

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How to Take a Picture of a Black Hole [Science Video]

For the first time ever we have visual confirmation that black holes actually exist and we got it with a telescope the size of our planet. Here’s a video explaining how the picture was taken. [SciShow Space]