Science of the Day: How to Implode a Soda Can Using No Force at All

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Simply heat the can with some water then turn the soda can over and dip it into some ice water. A soda can implodes on contact with ice water, in a time space 150 times slower than real life. The change in pressure will create a powerful vacuum that crushes the can. (Filmed @ 4500 fps)

Science of the Day: Instantly Frozen Giant Bubbles

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It's been so cold recently so why not try and freeze some things! Night Hawk In Light decided to freeze some giant bubbles in the cold.

The result?
Wispy shreds of frozen soap that look like plastic.

Winter Magic of the Day: Making Snow for the Olympics

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SMI is a snow making company out of Michigan that has been involved assisting the winter games in there needs of more snow for decades. This video explains how the snow-making process works and their process for fulfilling the 2014 Sochi needs for snow.

Space Shot of the Day: Animation of Six Decades of a Warming Earth

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This newly released video has developed quite the controversy. The NASA Goddard Institute for Space Studies has created this short clip that visualizes the warming of Earth over the past 60 years. Supporters of the Global Warming theory feel that the video is solid proof of a dangerous trend while skeptics argue that 60 years is too short of a time period to fully understand climate change.

Weird Science of the Day: What Does Human Taste Like?

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Finally there's someone within the scientific community (well...sort of) who claims that there's a possibility that eating your boogers is a healthy habit. Michael of VSauce discusses the correlation between this nasty behavior and the act of cannibalism.

Explained By Science of the Day: What are 'Eye Floaters' All About?

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Have you ever been working on a paper or looking into a bright light and noticed a weird smudge or tiny moving dot in your vision? Well these are eye floaters and everybody has them! Hank Green of Sci Show explains what these tiny little buggers are all about!