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Posted in: Awesome Videos to Watch Now, Celebrity and TV, Educational, Movies, News, Science and Video On Demand by Dave Parrack on February 24, 2015

If you haven’t seen Interstellar yet then you should do so at your earliest convenience. It’s a mind-blowing science fiction movie that leaves you pondering on life itself.

But how realistic is the science behind Christopher Nolan’s epic opus? Neil deGrasse Tyson has some thoughts on that very subject.

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Posted in: Awesome Videos to Watch Now, Educational, News Videos & TV, Science and Video On Demand by Jaime McDougall on February 18, 2015

“Tattoos are permanent, but is science getting close to finding a way to safely remove them?” – Yt

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Posted in: Awesome Videos to Watch Now, Health Videos & TV, Science and Video On Demand by Jaime McDougall on February 17, 2015

“Whether it’s the health benefits of alcohol, or the danger of cholesterol, it seems like science is always flip-flopping! Why is this?” – YT

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Posted in: Awesome Videos to Watch Now, News Videos & TV, Science and Video On Demand by Jaime McDougall on February 15, 2015

“The Big Bang is often considered the starting point of our universe, but two researchers have proposed an idea that does not point at Big Bang as the event that catapulted the formation of the cosmos.

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Posted in: Awesome Videos to Watch Now, Educational, Lifestyle, News Videos & TV, Science and Video On Demand by Jaime McDougall on January 30, 2015

“A new study shows that going to bed at the same time each night can be extremely beneficial for children, but do habits and rituals really help?” – YT

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Posted in: Awesome Videos to Watch Now, News, News Videos & TV, Science and Video On Demand by Dave Parrack on January 26, 2015

if you’re on the East Coast of America then you should prepare yourself for what many are predicting to be the worst storm in living memory.

Almost 40 million people live in the areas expected to be hit by this storm, with blizzards, heavy snow, freezing temperatures, and strong winds due to batter the country between New England and Philadelphia.

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Posted in: Awesome Videos to Watch Now, Babies, Kids & Parenting, Lifestyle, News, Science and Video On Demand by Dave Parrack on January 20, 2015

Some parents don’t ever get around to giving their kids the talk. But thankfully most do, explaining how babies are made and what mummy and daddy do in bed together.

It’s an important thing to do for the sake of your children. Otherwise they’ll hear it from somewhere else, and likely be fed a pack of lies and half-truths.

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Posted in: Awesome Videos to Watch Now, Health Videos & TV, Science and Video On Demand by Jaime McDougall on January 13, 2015

Chemistry says no. And it’s not sorry.

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Posted in: Animals and Pets, Awesome Videos to Watch Now, News Videos & TV, Science and Video On Demand by Jaime McDougall on January 9, 2015

“SciShow News starts the new year off with unusual animal news, including a crisis for the iconic monarch butterfly, and new research into what makes bowhead whales the longest-living mammals on Earth.” – Yt

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Posted in: Awesome Videos to Watch Now, Educational, Science and Video On Demand by Jaime McDougall on December 31, 2014

“As midnight approaches on December 31, champagne corks will be popping around the world to usher in the new year. But how do you define a particular kind of fizz? The new science of “blaseology” hopes to find out.

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