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The smarty pants at Reactions debunk the MSG myth.
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Sky beast researcher James Spann shares what we've learned about the most violent storms on Earth.
AsapSCIENCE explores the biological basis of depression.
From a keyboard in California, the heirs to the explorers of old push the boundaries of human knowledge.
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A stunning demo of OMOTE, a real-time facial tracking and projection mapping software.
Nathan S. Jacobs gives an animated explanation of how optical illusions mess with your mind.
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An animated "what if" look at the failed German airship the Zeppelin.
Here's everything there is to know about this amazing giant rock we call home.
The National Museum of Natural History describes the tedious process behind moving an 150-million-year-old Allosaurus.
Jupiter's moon Europa is a great place to look for life. Bill Nye explains why.
It looks real, absorbs water and carbon dioxide, releases oxygen, and could make deep space travel a reality.
Space has lots of weird things — even if you don't count aliens.