The Sagan Series is an educational project working in the hopes of promoting scientific literacy in the general population. Created by Reid Gower.
Why do you kiss? Because it makes you feel good down there? Because it’ll hopefully lead to something that’ll make you feel great down there? Probably. But what about the science behind why we kiss? Vsauce, our favorite scientific talking mouth who needs no water during his soliloquies, explains that it’s something to do with being babies.
Watch a drop of snake venom turn human blood to jelly!
Corning’s expanded vision for the future of glass technologies. This video continues the story of how highly engineered glass, with companion technologies, will help shape our world.
A physics lecture on quantum physics by the celebrity physicist/professor Brian Cox. The audience is filled by British celebrities and they partake on experiments much like the ones you might do in a classical physics/chemistry course in college. It’s interesting from beginning to end.
In order for robots to be better, they must be soft.
I’m not sure what’s more impressive, the fact that this exists, or the fact that it looks damn near identical to how George Lucas portrayed it.
I pressed the replay button, and I was like, “Wait, haven’t I seen this before?”
Mr. Bergmann performs the exploding pumpkin trick as part of a Halloween demo day for his chemistry students. Now that’s how you carve a pumpkin!
Whenever I imagine the future from now on, a lot more helicopters and flying cars will look like that.