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SCIENCE VIDEOS

  • Speed vs. Read show

    Speed vs. Read

    Male/female competitiveness and ability to follow directions at the same time is tested.

    (02:06)
  • Time Travel Telephone show

    Time Travel Telephone

    Jason and some volunteers play a game that uses gestures, grunts, and pictures—the language of our ancestors—to communicate.

    (01:27)
  • 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)
  • Brain Magic: The Common Sense Illusion show

    Brain Magic: The Common Sense Illusion

    Your common sense might tell you there's more than meets the eye to illusionist Eric Leclerc's magic trick. And you'd be right.

    (04:09)
  • Money to Burn show

    Money to Burn

    We’re selling a twenty-dollar bill, but the amount some people are willing to pay for it might make your head spin. Find out...

    (03:04)
  • Collision Catastrophe show

    Collision Catastrophe

    Helicopter Disaster webisode from The Indestructibles on National Geographic Channel.

    (02:45)
  • Crash Recreation show

    Crash Recreation

    Investigators recreate the Dayton car crash.

    (02:41)
  • G Lock show

    G Lock

    The Air Force replicates the G forces from the fatal skydiving accident.

    (02:46)
  • 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)
  • The Chain Drive show

    The Chain Drive

    The invention of the chain drive laid the groundwork for the modern bicycle.

    (02:55)
  • Liquid Gases show

    Liquid Gases

    After the invention of artificial refrigeration, attention switched to creating colder refrigerants.

    (02:58)
  • 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)
  • The Tabulator show

    The Tabulator

    The tabulating machine counted data from punched cards and sped up the Census Bureau's work flow.

    (02:56)
  • Alien Baby Farm Teaser show

    Alien Baby Farm Teaser

    Are spacecraft monitoring a volcano in Mexico city?

    (01:08)
  • UFOs or Oil Rigs? show

    UFOs or Oil Rigs?

    Ryder, Ben, and James test out the theory that a possible sighting in Mexico was merely oil rigs from a distance.

    (03:50)
  • Alien Castaways Teaser show

    Alien Castaways Teaser

    Did aliens really crash in the Brazilian jungle?

    (01:13)
  • Brazilian Alien Sighting show

    Brazilian Alien Sighting

    The gang hears from a witness firsthand.

    (02:54)
  • Game of Drones Teaser show

    Game of Drones Teaser

    Are aliens keeping an eye on NASA?

    (00:40)