This should give you something to think about next time you're in the bathroom without any reading material...
Turns out there's scientific truth to the proclamation "Music is my drug" -- the folks at AsapSCIENCE explain how music captivates, stimulates, and keeps us wanting more.
In the latest episode of his smart-kid YouTube series "Smarter Every Day," destinws2 explains "how the physics involved in flipping cats allow us to operate Space Telescopes (Seriously)."
Or, why cats always land on their feet.
Sidenote: Destin promises GiGi was not hurt during the making of this video.
In honor of the upcoming Olympics, YouTube nerd CGPGrey breaks down (for ignorant Americans) the difference between the City of London and the city called London.
The existence of Higgs boson -- the "God particle" -- was confirmed Wednesday, and it's kind of a big deal.
Particle physicist Daniel Whiteson explains why.
Best-selling humor author Bill Bryson famously said: "You couldn't be here without a little incest."
Michael Stevens of Vsauce clarifies: "Actually, quite a lot of incest."
Michael Stevens of VSauce talks about the tallest structures in the world. Specifically, how high can we go?
(Previously, "Why do we dream?")
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