Many of nature's deepest mysteries come in threes. Why does space have three spatial dimensions (ones that we can see, anyway)? Why are there three fundamental dimensions in physics (mass , length and time )? Why three fundamental constants in na...
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crazy experiment turning a liquid to a solid with just a touch.. amazing Costs $8 for 500 grams of sodium accitate. (i dont sell)
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Wataru Itou, a gifted art student from Tokyo, spent 4 years of his life building this incredible paper castle. They called it Umi, it has lights and glows in the dark.
Check out this incredible beer tap that fills from the bottom! No more head, no more tilting the cup! According to the company it is possible because of magnets at the bottom which allow the beer to enter, but seal the bottom when it's full.
The skin gun is not science fiction—it's a prototype medical device that literally sprays skin cells onto burn victims to re-grow skin. Old methods like skin grafts took weeks to heal;
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Nice animation that explains how speed at some point reaches a maximum and from there on only changes in mass.\nLet's hope they get their answers related to the Higgs particle and not end up swallowing the world in a black hole.
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In a video published in the midst of the Christmas season, virtually guaranteeing we didn't see it right away, scientists with the Japan Institute of Science and Technology created a toy race track with a unique feature: cars that float.
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