Get your science on this week SciShow style.
Educational internet TV channels and videos
So it’s a piece of leather with some elastic bands. What’s all the fuss about? TheResetGirl explains.
Suck that, northern hemisphere. This is Australia’s way of giving you… the bird… Bad pun. Bad, bad pun.
Sssh. I’m trying to sleep. Screw five more minutes – give me thirty. Nah, make that an hour. Actually, let’s screw the whole thing and try again tomorrow.
“One seemingly simple number – 3.14 – has been essential to geometric calculations involving circles dating back to Archimedes. It’s celebrated this day – 3/14 – as Pi Day with that common circular dessert.
“When I was a young boy, playing on the floor of my grandmother’s front room, I glanced up at the television and saw Death, talking to a knight.
Behold this entity that is the YouTube-verse! Behold its… strangeness…
“A weekly show where we debunk common misconceptions. This week, Elliott discusses some misconceptions you might have learned in school.” – Yt
Peppa Pig clearly wouldn’t hurt a fly. In fact, she looks to be about the most innocent and adorable children’s television character that has ever been created.
However, according to this video, Peppa Pig has been a rather naughty little piggy, teaching a little boy to swear.
“This video tutorial is to show you how to create the color isolation effect, aka, the “Sin City Effect” in Adobe Photoshop.” – YT