It’s well-known and well-documented that Yellowstone National Park sits atop a giant super-volcano. What is not known is when, if ever, it’s going to blow.
Educational internet TV channels and videos
After months of speculation that it was working on a streaming media set-top box, Amazon has announced and immediately launched the Fire TV.
The $99 Amazon Fire TV hooks up to your television set, allowing you to watch streaming TV and movies without any hassle. Oh, and there are games too.
Earthquakes are scary. This is hardly a revelation, as both those who have lived through one and those who have never experienced one know they’re absolutely terrifying.
However, this video makes the already scary natural phenomenon even scarier. Yes, this is the ground moving as if it was alive.
You should probably take more notice of the way the cards lie after you shuffle them in the future. Because it turns out you’re seeing something no one else has ever seen before.
There’s a new game getting a lot of attention online. Its name is 2048, and it’s a simple game that’s deceptively difficult to beat. So much so that few people have yet managed to do so.
Taxes and tea. That’s why the colonists were upset at Britain… right?
“There are 7 billion people on the planet, making it fairly likely that someone, somewhere looks exactly like you! Is there a science behind Doppelgangers? Laci is here to discuss what happens in the brain when we see someone that looks identical to you.” – YT
“Beer goes in, pee comes out. It’s a simple equation, right? In today’s SciShow Quick Questions, Hank goes a little deeper to find out why beer makes you pee!” – YT
The scientific shit study. What? Too crass?
It’s always a good idea to know where the food you’re eating comes from and how it’s made. And fans of potato chips will probably be as fascinated as I was by the exploration of how Pringles are made.