Wednesday, March 18, 2015

πŸ‘©‍πŸ”¬ #ScienceWoman

What is pink?

Expedition 44-45 Crew News Conference from Johnson Space Center Houston

Space Station Live: Doctor, Flight Surgeon, Astronaut

Capitalism and the Dutch East India Company: Crash Course World History 229

How Black Holes Drive Galactic Weather

4 Unexplained UFO Sightings

⚡ James Maxwell and the Unification of Electromagnetism

πŸ”­ Eternal Inflation of a Cosmic Landscape

πŸ’” The Heartbeat of Science

πŸ‘Ό Faith's Unanswered Questions

πŸŒ€ Do We Live in a Reasonable Universe?

πŸ‘Ό Finding God In the Brain

Why Hummingbirds Have A Sweet Tooth

🐸 Let's Talk about Frogs

πŸ•·️ Spinning Spider Yarns

πŸ”¬ How to Reveal Subatomic Particles at Home | NOVA

Can Science Prove You're In Love?

Humanoid robot has a sense of self

πŸŒ€ Infinite Worlds: A Journey through Parallel Universes

David Eagleman: Can we create new senses for humans?

Emily Winterburn discusses Caroline Herschel's 1787 account of a new comet

AstroViews 12 – Finsternisse 2015: Schattenspiele von Sonne und Mond

The World's First Penis Transplant

25 Puzzling Mysteries From Outer Space That Will Leave You Baffled

51 Astounding Animal Facts - mental_floss on YouTube - List Show (301)

This Quarter in Space Communications

Do Your Eyes Look In A Certain Direction When You’re Lying? | Don't Be Dumb

Tools for Improving Your Twitter Experience

ScienceCasts: The Mystery of Nanoflares

10 Tricks to Cure Stinky Shoes!

XOR & the Half Adder - Computerphile

What are You Responsible For? Navy SEAL Eric Greitens on Resilience

Earth's Core Has An Inner Core Of Its Own

Deeper than the Hubble Deep Field

The First Three Thousand Feet Of Atmosphere - 1972 - WDTVLIVE42

Humans and Other Animals: Cultural Evolution and Social Learning

Stanford Researchers Unravel The Secrets Of Shape-Shifting Bacteria

Singing for Sex - Battle of the Sexes in the Animal World - BBC Earth - BBC

Lie Witness News - SXSW 2015

Mercedes-Benz Showcases Driverless Car

Bright Explosion Seen on the Moon Caused by Meteor