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From the principle of least action, to Richard Dawkins' memetics theory through to the placebo effect, John Gribbin discusses the greatest 30-second theories.
This infographic contains 50 fascinating facts about Earth. 40 million tons of dust sweep from the Sahara to the Amazon every year?
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We may never have our flying cars, but the future is here. From creating fully functioning artificial leaves to hacking the human brain, science made a lot of breakthroughs this
New eye tracking technology: look at the pictures on the sides to change the direction.
I write a lot about edgy, semi-dangerous scientific projects. So, I get a lot of suggestions from people who want to share their own ideas for risky home projects.
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Informative and interesting animation explaining "dark matter" done by group PhD Comics
So far, 2012 has produced some amazing photography, a point more than proved by a series of images compiled by one Internet user. Reddit user stoopidtrooper posted this gallery of 48-images from photo sharing site Imgur on Monday.
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Tel-Aviv University demos quantum superconductors locked in a magnetic field....watch video.
If you've ever wanted to know what it's like to hallucinate, the clip below will trick your brain into doing it. No LSD or magic mushrooms required. Watch
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This Maya animation provides a visual simulation of fibroblasts moving through extracellular matrix - the 3D matrix and behavior of the cell population through the matrix are based on mathematical models implemented in MEL.
A layer of bubbles protects the flesh from liquid nitrogen, though only for a split second. Need proof? Watch the video
Check out the 20 most popular pics of 2011 , as determined by votes from Reddit's community.
Two developers from Brooklyn created the Remee sleeping mask that allows people to control their dreams thanks to blinking lights that alert them that they are dreaming.
All you need is a wormhole, the Large Hadron Collider or a rocket that goes really, really fast.
Here's an infographic to make your life a little bit easier. [ Ed. note : Some of these are kind of silly, but there's some immensely useful stuff about hotel porn in here if you take the t...
The insect features in a stunning new book featuring the art of the coloured scanning electron micrograph - in the case of this chap magnified 22 times.
Buy it here: http://amzn.to/17cGEhg Let's observe the effects of Sodium polyacrylate and water. Sodium polyacrylate can absorb it's own weight 300x over making it an amazing chemical to aid in water cleanups. What would you use it for? Facebook: htt...
Strive as we might to make sense of the world, some mysteries still confound us. Here are 13 of the most perplexing - cracking any one of them could yield profound truths, says Michael Brooks
For the 200th anniversary of Charles Darwin's birth, National Geographic News asked leading scientist for their picks of the most important fossil evidence for evolution.
When someone online says something stupid that you simply must respond to, don't insult them. That's mean. And don't say "Wow, that's fan
See the full episode at http://video.pbs.org/video/1050757560 What is cold? How do you achieve it, and how cold can it get? http://www.pbs.org/wgbh/nova/
What happens if you reply to one of those emails that solicit money? Neil Forsyth, in the guise of his online alter ego Bob Servant, found out...
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The Internet is a huge resource of knowledge and information where you can find virtually anything. But, very often there are situations where you aren't able to find the answers to ...
Scientists at the FLASH free-electron, high intensity laser facility in Hamburg, Germany, have created a completely new state of matter, transforming aluminum into something "that nobody has seen before," an exotic material which is transparent to ul...
Is that an intergalactic wave pool, or just a hungry, hungry quasar? Turns out it's a bit of both -- well, not the wave pool
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