Minute Physics: The True Science of Parallel Universes [Video]


A new video from MinutePhysics exploring the science behind the concept of parallel universes. [Minute Physics]

How to Brush your Teeth in Space [Video]


Canadian astronaut and Commander of Expedition 35 demonstrates how astronauts brush their teeth in space. You might be surprised by what he reveals! [Canadian Space Agency | Via IHC]

Dark matter findings are something and nothing


Scientists trying to unlock the mysteries of antimatter say they’ve spotted extremely preliminary signs that one theory about the make up of space may be correct. The findings come in an article in Physical Review Letters and detail the first results from the Alpha Magnetic Spectrometer (AMS), a device housed on the International Space Station. […]

How Tall Can Mountains Be? [Science!]


What is the maximum height for a mountain on Earth!? And why? [MinuteEarth]

Can You Survive Quicksand?


A little more dramatic than that video I posted a while ago of Bill Nye explaining how quicksand works. Is it possible to survive being stuck in quicksand? Jonny Phillips risks life and limb to experience firsthand what it is like to slowly sink into quicksand—just a few feet away from an incoming tide. [NationalGeographic]

True Facts About The Naked Mole Rat and The Star Nosed Mole (Ft. Ze Frank) [Video]


Two new video from the “True Facts” series by Ze Frank. Enjoy! [Ze Frank | EarthUnpluggedTV]

Puzzle: A Never Ending Supply of Chocolate [Animated Gif]


Where does that extra square of chocolate come from? Try to come up with an explanation, and when you think you’ve figured it out, hit this link. [Via]

10 Things You May Not Know About Antimatter


It costs billions of dollars to produce just a few atoms of the stuff, but here are 10 other things you might not know about antimatter. [AllTime10s]

10 Amazing Facts About The Sun


Catch some rays of knowledge with these 10 amazing facts about the sun. [AllTime10s]

How To Be A Scientist – Science Rap [Video]


So geeks, what do YOU think are the qualities required to make a great scientist? Let us know in the comments section below! I’ll say just like what Neil deGrasse Tyson said: A scientist is someone who never stopped being a kid. [Comma Niddy]

The Science of Hair Loss and Baldness [Video]


Will you go bald? Will you lose your hair at some point in your life? Watch this video and find out if a head of hair is in your future. [ASAPScience]

Should you use the SNOOZE button? [Science!]


It turns out, “You snooze, you lose” may be more accurate than you ever imagined! [ASAPScience]