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SCIENCE VIDEOS

  • Jason Silva on Aging show

    Jason Silva on Aging

    Will technology allow us to change the way our brains age? Jason Silva thinks so.

    (01:24)
  • Brain Box show

    Brain Box

    September 3rd, Callao Plaza, Madrid, Spain.

    (00:20)
  • Good Vibrations show

    Good Vibrations

    This visually awesome experiment shows the complex patterns of sound waves in sand, letting you see what your brain hears.

    (01:36)
  • Super Speed Word Puzzle show

    Super Speed Word Puzzle

    Play a brain game that helps you tap into a part of your brain you don't normally access.

    (02:48)
  • Real Men Wear Pink show

    Real Men Wear Pink

    An experiment on unwitting mall shoppers gives us an interesting perspective on cultural programming and gender.

    (01:50)
  • Blind Rage show

    Blind Rage

    Use this trick to resolve a conflict using your brain instead of your fist the next time you’re angry enough to punch somebody.

    (02:05)
  • Earworms show

    Earworms

    Advertisers know how to use your addictive tendencies to their advantage.

    (01:51)
  • Statue Trick show

    Statue Trick

    A terrifying experiment tests the fight-or-flight response of unsuspecting passersby.

    (01:47)
  • Helicopter Disaster show

    Helicopter Disaster

    Over Manhattan, a news helicopter has a terrible malfunction.

    (02:43)
  • Crash Recreation show

    Crash Recreation

    Investigators recreate the Dayton car crash.

    (02:41)
  • Atlantis show

    Atlantis

    Dive near the Bahamas in search of the legendary city of Atlantis.

    (01:25)
  • Automatic Bell Ringer show

    Automatic Bell Ringer

    With the advent of the automatic ringer, parishioners were summoned to mass at the proper times.

    (02:59)
  • Confederate Gunpowder Mine show

    Confederate Gunpowder Mine

    During the Civil War, Confederates mined for saltpeter, a key ingredient in gunpowder.

    (03:00)
  • From Automaton to Robot show

    From Automaton to Robot

    Automata, mechanical toys driven by clockwork, were the predecessors to modern robots.

    (02:36)
  • Creating Canals show

    Creating Canals

    In early 19th century America, the creation of canals made the transport of goods more efficient.

    (02:36)
  • Pestis Problem show

    Pestis Problem

    Medieval city sanitation conditions were non-existent and rodents spread Bubonic Plague.

    (02:57)
  • Alien Baby Farm Teaser show

    Alien Baby Farm Teaser

    Are spacecraft monitoring a volcano in Mexico city?

    (01:08)
  • An Abduction Story show

    An Abduction Story

    A Colorado man claims to have been visited by several alien beings.

    (02:50)
  • Sighting at Holloman Base show

    Sighting at Holloman Base

    Ryder sees a mysterious flash in the night sky and attempts to chase it down over dangerous terrain.

    (02:47)
  • More Dangerous than Space show

    More Dangerous than Space

    Join Dr. Bob Ballard as he prepares two deep sea subs to enter an undersea volcano.

    (02:44)