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Brian Cox visits the world's biggest vacuum chamber - Human Universe: Episode 4 Preview - BBC Two - YouTube

Programme website: Brian Cox visits NASA’s Space Power Facility in Ohio to see what happens when a bowling ball and a feather are dropped together under the conditions of outer space.

The Man Who Doesn't Breathe (HD) - produced for Discovery Channel Europe on Vimeo

Demonstrating extreme skill, incredible bravery and intense dedication, four-time, Danish World Champion freediver, Stig Åvall Severinsen, achieved a new Guinness World Record when he accomplished ‘the longest dive under ice’, on a single breath of air. Authenticating his lifelong passion for water and breath-holding, Stig pushed himself far beyond the limits of any normal human being, swimming whilst wearing a wetsuit, in the freezing waters of Greenland. He submersed himself underneath one metre thick ice, as he covered a distance of 500ft (152.4mtrs) - the equivalent of one and a...

10 Discoveries Unexplained By Science - YouTube

Impossible planets, mysterious noises from the deep, and inexplicable artifacts buried for centuries, there are some things even the smartest of scientists struggle to explain. Take a look at the ten most baffling discoveries.

World's Largest Robot! - Guinness World Records 2014 - YouTube

The largest walking robot measures 15.72 m (51 ft 6 in) in length, 12.33 m (40 ft 5 in) in width, 8.20 m (26 ft 10 in) in height and was made by Zollner Elektronik AG (Germany) in Zandt, Germany. It was displayed in Berlin, Germany, on 27 September 2012.

Math and Movies (Animation at Pixar) - Numberphile - YouTube

How do 3D animated characters look so smooth? Pixar researcher Tony DeRose explains - with mathematics.
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