Tag: science

Fashion has a pollution problem — can biology fix it? | Natsai Audrey Chieza
Fashion has a pollution problem — can biology fix it? | Natsai Audrey Chieza

You’re watching the life cycle of a Streptomyces coelicolor. It’s a strain of bacteria that’s found in the soil where it lives in a community with other organisms, decomposing organic matter. Coelicolor is a beautiful […] Read More

The Renaissance: Was it a Thing? – Crash Course World History #22
The Renaissance: Was it a Thing? – Crash Course World History #22

Hi, I’m John Green, This is Crash Course: World History and today we’re going to talk about something that ought to be controversial: The Renaissance. So you probably already know about the Renaissance thanks to […] Read More

The Door – The Doors – ESFH Lausanne 2018
The Door – The Doors – ESFH Lausanne 2018

this is James he is sick locked inside his disease the doctor once told him this drug is a master key it’s an efficient treatment effective on the majority of patients first drug second drug […] Read More

Why Uber Is A Scam – Math Explains

okay so I was looking at this graph that was put on Ruby’s website today and I thought it looked too good to be true how amazing that uber drivers make more money than any […] Read More

FLYING PHONE SCAM EXPOSED (so I built a REAL one)

I saw this video on Twitter with over five million views and then again on YouTube with nearly 1 million views Basically, this guy modified his cellphone case with propellers to take selfies Which is […] Read More

Why Are 96,000,000 Black Balls on This Reservoir?
Why Are 96,000,000 Black Balls on This Reservoir?

these are shade balls they’re being dumped into this water reservoir in Los Angeles and contrary to what you may have heard their main purpose is not to reduce evaporation so what are they really […] Read More

Architects of Labor: Ants, Art, & Science
Architects of Labor: Ants, Art, & Science

I think the thing that was really interesting for me that I didn’t see coming was also being informed by the ants and seeing how the ants labor you know the work that they’re doing […] Read More

The Rubens ceiling up close
The Rubens ceiling up close

We’re in the main hall of the Banqueting House at Whitehall Palace It features a magnificent ceiling of nine large scale canvases by Sir Peter Paul Rubens that were commissioned by Charles I to commemorate […] Read More

How To Make An Electrical Arc Furnace
How To Make An Electrical Arc Furnace

Chances are you’ve thrown these things in the trash without even knowing it. But if you use them like this, they’ll spawn an electric arc hot enough to melt any metal known to man, and […] Read More

Amazing Facts to Blow Your Mind Pt. 1
Amazing Facts to Blow Your Mind Pt. 1

So you have heard many of life’s curiosities, but did you know that cashews grow on apples? In this case the apple is simple an accessory fruit, with the cashew growing on top. Or how […] Read More