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How Big is the Moon Really? MM#1 - YouTube

The Moon might be much bigger than you think it is.

Moon May! One video about cool moon stuff every Mo(o)nday in May. Next: Mars' strange Moons!

Videos, explaining things. Like evolution, time, space, global energy or our existence in this strange universe.

Last Week Tonight with John Oliver: Stephen Hawking Extended Interview (HBO) - YouTube

John Oliver, host of “Last Week Tonight” on HBO, featured Stephen Hawking last summer. The resulting interview was one of the funniest things I have ever seen. In celebration of Stephen Hawking's birthday, here it is again.

Right out of the bag, Hawking puts Oliver on his toes, sarcastically agreeing that the interview was “the single greatest honor” that he has ever been given. Hawking and Oliver discuss the implications of the possibilities of parallel universes, the potential for artificial intelligence to overthrow mankind, and the chances of nuclear...

Magnetically Levitating Elevators

ThyssenKrupp, a German conglomerate that specializes in automotive technology, has developed an elevator system called Multi, in which cables are replaced with magnetic levitation technology, also known as maglev.

Maglev vehicles float rather than roll. A magnetized coil running along the train's track repels magnets located in the train's undercarriage, causing the train to levitate a short distance above the tracks. The trains are then pulled forward by a moving magnetic field, created by coils embedded in walls alongside the track.

If superpowers were real: Immortality - Joy Lin | TED-Ed

What if immortality wasn't just the stuff of epic comic book stories? Is it scientifically possible to be immortal? In this series, Joy Lin tackles six superpowers and reveals just how scientifically realistic they can be to us mere mortals.

7-year-old girl gets 3-D printed 'robohand' -- ScienceDaily

Although she never had much interest in prosthetic limbs before, Faith Lennox couldn't wait to slip on her new robohand. The 7-year-old, who lost part of her left arm when she was a baby, grabbed it as soon as it came off a 3-D printer.

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