How Carnival Games Scam You – And How to Beat Them (When You Can)

Prepare to drop some knowledge next time you visit the carnival. [Mark Rober]

Why Tesla and Edison Had an Infamous Rivalry

Thomas Edison and Nikola Tesla were two of the most innovative scientists in history, however we they had one of the most bitter rivalries too. We take a look at their feud and who came out on top between AC and DC currencies. [Your Discovery Science]

How Often Do You Really Need to Shower? (Hint: Not Every Day) [Video]

Do you really need a daily shower to stay clean, or is it doing more harm than good? Some scientists have recommendations based on what we know about our skin — and what might be living on top of it. [SciShow]

Why Age? Should We End Aging Forever?

If you could decide today… how long do you want to live? What if we could stop aging forever? This video by “In a Nutshell” explores that possibility. [Kurzgesagt – In a Nutshell]

Amazing Facts About Your Body [Video]

A few reasons why your body is an incredible machine! [ASAP Science]

Why We Hallucinate While Falling Asleep

Have you ever found yourself seen images right before falling asleep? If so, you’re probably experiencing hypnagogia, the transitional state from wakefulness to sleep in human being. Hypnagogia will often cause you to experience phenomenons such as lucid thoughts, lucid dreaming, hallucinations, and sleep paralysis. [SciShow]

The First Asteroid Ever Discovered

Over the course of history, we’ve discovered hundreds of thousands of asteroids. But how do astronomers discover these bits of rock and metal? How many have they found? And how do they tell asteroids apart? Carrie Nugent shares the story of the very first asteroid ever discovered and explains how asteroid hunters search for these […]

Gold-making, Spacetime-rupturing Waves Hit Earth 130 Million Years Later

A collision between two neutron stars – a kilonova – has been detected for the first time. It took place 130 million years ago and produced gravitational waves, rupturing spacetime in the way predicted by Einstein. The collision also produced gold and platinum, a process that was the accepted theory for those elements but only […]

Why Are You Anxious: The Science of Anxiety [Video]

Watch as Mitchell Moffit and Gregory Brown from ASAP Science explain the science behind Anxiety in their latest video. [ASAP Science]

Why Is It So Hard To Cure Cancer? [Video]

We’ve harnessed electricity, sequenced the human genome, and eradicated smallpox. But after billions of dollars in research, we haven’t found a solution for a disease that affects more than 14 million people and their families at any given time. Why is it so difficult to cure cancer? Kyuson Yun explains the challenges. [TED Ed]

Polyethylene Glycol: The Amazing Liquid that Pours Itself [Video]

In this video, Youtuber “The Action Lab” showcases a really interesting high-molecular weight polymer that can self-siphon and pour itself our of a beaker. The reason it can do this is because it can be made to have a very high molecular weight. The solution in the video has a MW of 1,000,000 while water […]

Gravitational Waves Explained for the Layman [Video]

Animator Eoin Duffy and Amber L. Stuver of TED Ed teamed up to create this video explaining how gravitational waves work. This is by far the most simple and easy to understand video I’ve seen on the subject, so if you want to learn more about this phenomenon, I strongly suggest that you watch this! […]