Wednesday, July 30, 2014

25 Bizarre Historical Facts You Didn’t Know

ESA ~ ATV Johannes Kepler - Orbits and body motion in space

ESA ~ ATV Edoardo Amaldi - Cosmic rays and space travel

ESA ~ ATV Albert Einstein - Relativity of space and time

ESA ~ ATV Georges Lemaître - The evolving Universe

ESA ~ ATV Jules Verne - The science of leaving the Earth

26 Unusual Occupations - mental_floss on YouTube (Ep.215)

Palcohol, Fracking, Open Plan Labs - Speaking of Chemistry Ep.4

25 Of The Most Disturbing Things You’ll Learn Today

The Origins of Mass

David Talbott: Symbols of an Alien Sky — Evidence That Matters | EU2014

Testing the Webb Telescope Begins at NASA Facility

Fossil Fish, Pt. II: A History

How Do the Many Islands of the Philippines Contribute to Its Biodiversity?

How Many Isolated Tribes Still Exist Today?

Vampire Squid

Vision Talk: Eric Garcetti - How Can Mayors Positively Influence the World? (Visioneering 2014)

Tortoise With A Touchscreen Tests Testudine Perception

Historic Ranger 7 Hits the Moon

Bill Nye: We May Discover Life on Europa

Exp 37/38 Mike Hopkins' Post Flight Video - Keeping Tabs and Heading Home

First video of living giant deep-sea 'shrimp'

7 Strange Facts About the Female Body #UFO4UBlogPeople

Spider Silk, e-Cigarettes, Alchemy Music - Speaking of Chemistry

Lack Of Sleep Can Create False Memories!

How Do Moles See The World?

Exploration of NASA's new Eyes on Earth App (Vital Signs/Free/HD/2014)

Mass and Weight are the SAME

World of Mysteries - On the Trail of Bigfoot

Celebrating With The Corpses Of Their Ancestors - Zoo Quest to Madagascar - BBC

Animal With 750 LEGS!? - You Asked - Earth Unplugged

Raus aus sozialen Netzwerken - Welt der Wunder

Impact of Deepwater Horizon Oil Spill on Coral Communities Is Deeper and Broader than Predicted

Chaotic Planets

How Does Mesoamerica’s Mountainous Spine Contribute to the Rich Biodiversity in the Region?

Waterbears: From Treetops to Your Backyard | California Academy of Sciences

Why is the Gaolingongshan Region of China a Hotspot? | California Academy of Sciences