“Take it from an expert: It’s weird to hear how your voice really sounds. But why does it sound different to you than everyone else. Hank explains — in a deep, resonant voice.” – YT
Science Videos and Television Channels — clips, footage and dedicated video websites that connect and educate you with the world of science.
September 29 is, apparently, National Coffee Day in the United States. You’re probably reading this on a day that isn’t September 29, but that doesn’t mean you, and I, cannot celebrate coffee.
Coffee may just be the greatest drink in the world, but it’s certainly one of the greatest addictions ever. As explained in this informative and entertaining video.
“Sexsomnia is a real sleep disorder that can have some very negative consequences. Tara is here to discuss how someone can be a sexsomniac.” – YT
“Epilepsy is a chronic disorder, the hallmark of which is recurrent, unprovoked seizures. Many people with epilepsy have more than one type of seizure and may have other symptoms of neurological problems as well.
“Quick Questions explains what alcohol does — and doesn’t do — to your brain cells. Enjoy this episode responsibly!” – YT
“Researchers from the Kinsey Institute conducted a study in the interest of understanding orgasm variation as it relates to sexual orientation and concluded that heterosexual women are the least likely to experience orgasms.
Or you could play Bingo. Or meditate. I wonder if there is such a thing as ‘meditation bingo’. ‘Now everyone chant, B Ooooonnnnneeee.’
This past weekend saw the Moon, our moon, appear to get bigger and brighter in the night sky. Don’t worry, it’s not falling into Earth, it’s just a phenomenon called a Supermoon.
This video shows footage of the Supermoon, but you can only get the full effect by seeing it with the naked eye.
This give saliva swapping a new meaning…
“The rising sea is the sleeping giant of climate change. Although we now know it’s happening, how high will it go?