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  • Mixing soda and milk creates fascinating results report Mixing soda and milk creates fascinating results Rumble 11 months ago Wow! This cool science experiment is something you need to see. Learn what will happens when you mix milk with Coca-Cola. Awesome!
  • Engineering Expo 2K16 (Science Show) report Engineering Expo 2K16 (Science Show) Rumble 11 months ago I've been busy the past week preparing for the show, it's why I'm a week late! Roller coaster channel - https://www.youtube.com/user/bbombei X-Labs Channel - https://www.youtube.com/user/deltas9 Thanks to Ryan for the 'Lightning man' GoPro footage! check out his channel here - https://www.youtube.c
  • Flushing soaps down drains harmless, concludes report report Flushing soaps down drains harmless, concludes report Rumble 11 months ago A major scientific report examining 250 studies on the effects of flushing surfactants - found in common soaps, shampoos, and detergents - down the drain or toilet suggests the practice poses little risk to the environment. Jim Drury reports. Credit to Reuters.
  • Top 10 Science Experiments That Could Have Ended The World report Top 10 Science Experiments That Could Have Ended The World Rumble 11 months ago From exploding nuclear bombs in outer space to trying to re-create the big bang, the human race has come pretty close to destroying itself on many occasions... all in the name of science. Find out just how close we've come to annihilation as we count down the top 10 science experiments that could have ended the world.
  • Science? Wait for it report Science? Wait for it RoboFunny 5 months ago Science? Wait for it
  • Science Using Rats To Helping Paralyzed People to Walk Again @hodgetwins report Science Using Rats To Helping Paralyzed People to Walk Again @hodgetwins Rumble 11 months ago SUPPORT THE HODGETWINS BY SHOPPING AT: http://officialhodgetwins.com/ Hodgetwins INSTAGRAM http://instagram.com/officialhodgetwins Hodgetwins FACEBOOK Fan Page http://www.facebook.com/thehodgetwins LINKS TO Hodgetwins Other Youtube Channels: Hodgetwins Main Fitness Channel http://www.youtube.co
  • CRAZY SCIENCE EXPERIMENT FOR KIDS! report CRAZY SCIENCE EXPERIMENT FOR KIDS! Rumble 11 months ago Subscribe to RoccoPiazzaVlogs: http://bit.ly/24cXeII WATCH MORE ROCCO PIAZZA & FAMILY: Rocco Piazza Vlogs: http://bit.ly/1mVv4jN Rocco's Trick Videos: http://bit.ly/21ou86W Hoverboard Videos: http://bit.ly/1SVMSUs Welcome to the official YouTube channel of Rocco Piazza and Family. My name is Roc
  • My Firework Plans and Otherwise for 2010 (+Sub for Science) report My Firework Plans and Otherwise for 2010 (+Sub for Science) Rumble 11 months ago A little blues improv there... Check out these channels: http://www.youtube.com/user/NurdRage http://www.youtube.com/user/thegeekgroup http://www.youtube.com/user/TheHomeScientist PyroDirect: http://www.pyrodirect.com/ Rancho Sordo Mudo: http://www.ranchosordomudo.org/ Michigan Pyro
  • TMW - Broscience Meets Science @hodgetwins report TMW - Broscience Meets Science @hodgetwins Rumble 11 months ago SUPPORT THE HODGETWINS BY SHOPPING AT: http://officialhodgetwins.com/ Hodgetwins INSTAGRAM http://instagram.com/officialhodgetwins Hodgetwins FACEBOOK Fan Page http://www.facebook.com/thehodgetwins LINKS TO Hodgetwins Other Youtube Channels: Hodgetwins Main Fitness Channel http://www.youtube.co
  • NSTA Learning Center - How to update my profile report NSTA Learning Center - How to update my profile GoPlay 11 months ago How and why I should update my Learning Center Profile!
  • Which Do You Hear? report Which Do You Hear? Rumble 11 months ago Do you hear 'bear' or 'fair'? So cool!
  • Science is weird report Science is weird BuzzKeys 11 months ago Science is weird
  • Messing with Science report Messing with Science DailyHaHa 10 months ago This is what happens when you play with science.
  • FOR SCIENCE!!! report FOR SCIENCE!!! Rumble 11 months ago Get the shirts: http://bit.ly/scishirts My Facebook: http://facebook.com/HackThePlanet My Twitter: http://twitter.com/householdhacker Sometimes I have to be honest with you all, we are too busy finishing some other projects for you this week! So this week I want to introduce those of you who
  • Cranking a car with super capacitors report Cranking a car with super capacitors Rumble 11 months ago Super capacitors can deliver a lot of power. But can they crank a car? Read more at: http://www.electroboom.com/?p=824 Follow me on Facebook: http://www.facebook.com/ElectroBOOM It would be pretty cool if you Support ElectroBOOM at Patreon: http://patreon.com/electroboom Visit Keysight channel for valuable information on oscilloscopes: https://www.youtube.com/user/KeysightOscilloscope Make sure to visit http://circuitspecialists.com for lab equipment like mine. My videos are also available to watch at: http://www.liveleak.com/c/Mehdi-S http://vessel.com/electroboom https://rumble.com/all/q/electroboom/ And special thanks to my sponsors and patrons: http://www.electroboom.com/?page_id=727 Below are my Super Patrons with support to the extreme! Aki K. Watch Next: Cranking with AA Batteries: https://youtu.be/I0utNemFsl8 Super Human Power: https://youtu.be/DZ9wk6aVjT0 By: Mehdi Sadaghdar
  • Electricity Flows From Fingers On A Frozen Lake report Electricity Flows From Fingers On A Frozen Lake Rumble 11 months ago Info: Electricity flows from a man's fingers on a frozen lake. Location: Lake Monona, WI, USA
  • Japan resumes whale hunts in the name of science report Japan resumes whale hunts in the name of science Rumble 11 months ago Japanese whaling ships set out to hunt some 300 whales in the name of science after reworking its programme in accordance with an international treaty on scientific whaling. Julie Noce reports.
  • Tearful Colorado shooting witness says "It's not right" report Tearful Colorado shooting witness says "It's not right" Rumble 11 months ago A witness to a shooting at a Planned Parenthood contraceptive clinic in Colorado Springs describes the ordeal, says "I just don’t know what possessed him." Rough Cut (no reporter narration).
  • Caffeine exposure leaves bees buzzing report Caffeine exposure leaves bees buzzing Rumble 11 months ago Plants are tricking honey bees into pollinating their flowers by producing caffeine, successfully fooling the flying insects into repeatedly returning, even if their nectar is of poor quality. Jim Drury reports. Credit to Reuters.
  • Prawn sex-change boosts male yields, say scientists report Prawn sex-change boosts male yields, say scientists Rumble 11 months ago A method for changing the sex of prawns from female to male has been developed by an Israeli scientist, who believes it will boost yields of larger male prawns.
  • Wound-healing laser soon to be a reality - Israeli scientist report Wound-healing laser soon to be a reality - Israeli scientist Rumble 11 months ago Israeli scientists says laser bonding of tissue allows much faster healing and less scarring. Amy Pollock has more. Credit to Reuters.
  • Scientists create 'ghosts' in the lab by tricking the brain report Scientists create 'ghosts' in the lab by tricking the brain Rumble 11 months ago Scientists elicit the sensation of an apparition or 'ghost' in a laboratory setting using a robotic device to trick the brains of test subjects. Matthew Stock reports. Credit to Reuters.
  • Mars rover looks back at tracks on crater rim report Mars rover looks back at tracks on crater rim Rumble 11 months ago From a ridgeline viewpoint, NASA's Mars Exploration Rover Opportunity recently recorded a scene looking back over its own tracks made from nearly half-a-mile (more than 700 meters) of southbound driving. The video begins with a view from orbit of the 25-mile journey Opportunity has made since landing in 2004. The view then shifts to ground level showing several hundred yards of the rover's tracks made along the rim of Endeavour Crater. Opportunity's panoramic camera (Pancam) recorded the component images on Aug. 15, 2014, from an elevated portion of the west rim of Endeavour Crater. The video places the scene into context with the rover's entire driving route of more than 25 miles (40 kilometers) since the mission's 2004 landing in the Meridiani Planum region of Mars. Credit to NASA/NASA JPL.
  • Science? Wait for it report Science? Wait for it RoboFunny 11 months ago Science? Wait for it
  • Sun eats a comet, then burps report Sun eats a comet, then burps ByteVideos 11 months ago Sun eats a comet, then burps
  • You Are Not Alone report You Are Not Alone AmazingPlanet 2 years ago What exactly are you? You're Not What You Think You Are
  • Science? Wait for it report Science? Wait for it RoboFunny 1 year ago No description available.
  • Why are we Ticklish? report Why are we Ticklish? AmazingPlanet 2 years ago What's up with ticklishness? And are other animals ticklish, too? Quick Questions has the answers!
  • Science allows this magnet to spin perpetually report Science allows this magnet to spin perpetually Rumble 11 months ago The magnet, suspended on an elastic string, is able to move continuously in interaction with another static magnet. How cool is that?
  • NSTA Learning Center - How to update my profile Amanda NSTA report NSTA Learning Center - How to update my profile Amanda NSTA GoPlay 11 months ago How and why I should update my Learning Center Profile! Amanda NSTA
  • Science is protecting endangered penguins report Science is protecting endangered penguins Rumble 11 months ago For the first time ever, a penguin is born via artificial insemination. Rough Cut (no reporter narration)
  • How to turn a real egg into a bouncy ball report How to turn a real egg into a bouncy ball Rumble 11 months ago Would you ever think it could be possible to bounce an egg?! Well bobbytv is about to blow your mind with this awesome science experiment! Learn how you can turn a raw egg into a fun bouncy ball in only a few simple steps.
  • Rainbow Colored Flame(thrower) Science Experiment! report Rainbow Colored Flame(thrower) Science Experiment! Rumble 11 months ago Today I am going to show you how to make rainbow colored flames out of household materials. Whats your favorite color??? Lithium from batteries burns red, Calcium chloride in Damp-Rid burns orange, Sodium in table salt burns yellow, boron in roach killer burns green, methanol burns blue all by itse
  • 10 Questions Science Still Can’t Answer report 10 Questions Science Still Can’t Answer Rumble 11 months ago Science has unravelled some of the world’s greatest mysteries, but it can’t explain everything. Why is it that we dream? And will we ever know what lies ahead after death?
  • From sawdust to petrol report From sawdust to petrol Rumble 11 months ago Belgian scientists have produced the building blocks of gasoline from sawdust. Jim Drury reports.
  • Stephen Hawking launches new award for science communication report Stephen Hawking launches new award for science communication Rumble 11 months ago British theoretical physicist, Stephen Hawking, launches a new award to honor those who make science more accessible and appealing throughout the world. Mana Rabiee reports.
  • Sluggish growth pulls on Thai economy report Sluggish growth pulls on Thai economy Rumble 11 months ago Thailand’s economy slowed in the second quarter, causing the state planning agency to lower its full-year forecast as the junta government struggles to bring the country out of a rut. Meg Teckman reports.
  • Indonesia designer recycles wood into wrist watches report Indonesia designer recycles wood into wrist watches Rumble 11 months ago Indonesian watchmaker turns waste wood into designer watches as a way to encourage recycling and creativity. Angela Moore reports. Credit to Reuters.
  • Weird science: Car in neutral rolls uphill report Weird science: Car in neutral rolls uphill Rumble 11 months ago No this is not magic or trick photography, this is actually happening! Watch this vehicle in neutral appear to roll uphill on its own. Known as a gravity hill, the surrounding landscape creates an optical illusion that is sure to blow your mind! This specific incident takes place in Romania between the villages of Budesti and Cavnic.
  • A new source of biofuel - leather sludge report A new source of biofuel - leather sludge Rumble 11 months ago Scientists in the Czech Republic are using a toxic sludge leftover from the production of leather to produce biofuel, providing a cheaper and greener material for the fuel. Amy Pollock reports. Credit to Reuters.
  • Electric 'noise' treats Parkinson's symptoms report Electric 'noise' treats Parkinson's symptoms Rumble 11 months ago A portable pocket-sized stimulation device is being tested on patients with Parkinson's disease in the hope that it will alleviate balance problems associated with the disease. Amy Pollock reports. Credit to Reuters.
  • Nice Guys Finish First report Nice Guys Finish First AmazingPlanet 2 years ago We prove how nice guys actually finish first!
  • Healing burns fast with spray-on nanogel report Healing burns fast with spray-on nanogel Rumble 11 months ago Researchers in Singapore are developing a new type of peptide-base hydrogel that acts as a natural scaffold, allowing burn wounds to heal faster than ever before while decreasing the risk of infection. Ben Gruber reports. Credit to Reuters.
  • Water rotation in two hemispheres and on the Equator report Water rotation in two hemispheres and on the Equator Rumble 11 months ago We have heard the theory: water going down the drain spins in different directions depending on which hemisphere you're in. But what if you are at the Equator and then move a few meters towards the Southern hemisphere, then move back towards the Northern hemisphere and try the same thing? Can a few meters make a difference? Watch this and let us know your thoughts!
  • How I feel upvoting in r/science report How I feel upvoting in r/science ByteVideos 9 months ago How I feel upvoting in r/science
  • Flying through an Aurora in orbit report Flying through an Aurora in orbit Rumble 11 months ago A stunning timelapse created from photographs taken on board the International Space Station by the Expedition 40 crew. European Space Agency astronaut Alexander Gerst commented: "We flew right through a massive aurora after last week's solar mass ejection." Credit to ESA (European Space Agency) and NASA.
  • Exosuit Promises to Take Ocean Explorers to New Depths report Exosuit Promises to Take Ocean Explorers to New Depths Rumble 11 months ago Deep sea exploration is set to take a big step forward with the creation of an advanced Exosuit, designed to take free-diving humans deeper than ever before. The suit will allow explorers to interact with marine species in their own habitat and open new doors to discovery. Rob Muir has more. Credit to Reuters.
  • Science is weird report Science is weird BuzzKeys 5 months ago Science is weird
  • Paper's passage: From waste to product report Paper's passage: From waste to product Rumble 11 months ago From NYC Sanitation's Director of Photography Michael Anton. This video is comprised of 5,902 images and shows the paper recycling process. Credit: NYC Sanitation
  • TMW: Our New Pre-Workout LG Sciences: Anadraulic State GT Pre-Workout Formula Review @hodgetwins report TMW: Our New Pre-Workout LG Sciences: Anadraulic State GT Pre-Workout Formula Review @hodgetwins Rumble 11 months ago SUPPORT THE HODGETWINS BY SHOPPING AT: http://officialhodgetwins.com/ Hodgetwins INSTAGRAM http://instagram.com/officialhodgetwins Hodgetwins FACEBOOK Fan Page http://www.facebook.com/thehodgetwins LINKS TO Hodgetwins Other Youtube Channels: Hodgetwins Main Fitness Channel http://www.youtube.co
  • What happens when you mix salt with soda? report What happens when you mix salt with soda? Rumble 11 months ago Everyone knows what happens when you drop a Mentos into a bottle of Coke, but what happens if you add salt instead? You may not think anything will happen, but 'bobbytv' is here to prove you wrong!
  • NSTA Learning Center - Get started on collaborating by updating your profile! report NSTA Learning Center - Get started on collaborating by updating your profile! GoPlay 11 months ago A quick video to get you familiar with how to update your profile settings on the NSTA Learning Center.
  • Molten Aluminum vs Liquid Nitrogen (& Dry Ice!) report Molten Aluminum vs Liquid Nitrogen (& Dry Ice!) Rumble 11 months ago Molten Aluminum vs Liquid Nitrogen (& Dry Ice!)
  • Scientific Tuesdays - Ketchup Buckshot - Science Prank report Scientific Tuesdays - Ketchup Buckshot - Science Prank Rumble 11 months ago My brother is visiting for what he thinks is a cameo in one of my videos and a sight-seeing tour. Little does he knows he is going to be on the short end of the stick and the only sight he will see is a ketchup jet-stream. Baking soda and ketchup create quite a blast if used in the proper form. For
  • The Science Behind The Japan Earthquake report The Science Behind The Japan Earthquake Rumble 11 months ago Scientists explain how a tsunami is created.
  • 10 Biblical Miracles Explained By Science report 10 Biblical Miracles Explained By Science Rumble 11 months ago \"You've no doubt heard of these biblical miracles, but did you know they can actually be proved possible by science?! Whether you're a believer or not, there's no doubting these scientific discoveries and theories.
  • Boiling water freezes instantly in -27C (-17F) weather report Boiling water freezes instantly in -27C (-17F) weather Rumble 11 months ago When it's -27 degrees Celsius in Canada there's only one thing to do... Trek down to the lake with boiling water to make instant ice mist in the beautiful wilderness!
  • Bomber targets Bangladesh mosque report Bomber targets Bangladesh mosque Rumble 11 months ago A suspected suicide bomber kills himself and wounds several other people in an attack on a mosque in north-western Bangladesh. Rough cut (no reporter narration).
  • Tanzanian scientist invents low-cost water filter report Tanzanian scientist invents low-cost water filter Rumble 11 months ago A Tanzanian chemical engineer has designed an innovative water filter using nanotechnology to purify water. Dr. Askwar Hilonga says his filter can remove up to 99.99 percent of micro-organisms and contaminants, a potentially major help to African villages where drinkable water is scarce. Jim Drury reports.
  • New tech helps discover hidden Stonehenge archeology report New tech helps discover hidden Stonehenge archeology Rumble 11 months ago Archaeological researchers in England have discovered evidence of new hidden monuments near the prehistoric site of Stonehenge, the ancient Briton site built sometime between 3,000 and 1,600 BC, raising new possibilities about what the monument may have been used for. Joel Flynn reports. Credit to Reuters. Courtesy to University of Birmingham and LBI Archpro/Stonehenge Hidden Landscapes Project.
  • Robotic hand 'sees and feels' for gripping dexterity report Robotic hand 'sees and feels' for gripping dexterity Rumble 11 months ago London-based Shadow Robot Company has developed a robotic hand that uses 3D cameras and force sensors to determine how best to grip a given object. The company is already taking orders for their Dexterous Hand, with the makers seeing great potential in brain-controlled prosthetics and future search and rescue operations. Matthew Stock has more. Credit to Reuters.
  • Marker That Let's You Know Your Drink's Heat! report Marker That Let's You Know Your Drink's Heat! Rumble 11 months ago This marker from 'Ink N Drink' has color changing ink for coffee and tea cups to indicate when a drink is cooling. The ink writes dark blue but changes to bright green when a drink hotter than 150F enters. As drink cools, ink slowly fades to blue to indicate drink is cooling. When completely blue, drink is at 150F which is deemed a safe-for-the-tongue temperature.
  • Science is weird report Science is weird ByteVideos 5 months ago Science is weird
  • Bill Bill Bill Bill Nye The Science Guy [ Burrito Bison  Revenge] report Bill Bill Bill Bill Nye The Science Guy [ Burrito Bison Revenge] GoPlay 11 months ago This is my first computer game to play For You guys Hope you like my new Everything Thanks
  • Science is weird report Science is weird ByteVideos 11 months ago Science is weird
  • 10 Common Science Myths report 10 Common Science Myths Rumble 11 months ago Not everything they teach you in science class is true. Here are 10 common scientific myths.
  • 10 Sci-Fi Predictions That Became Science Fact report 10 Sci-Fi Predictions That Became Science Fact Rumble 11 months ago Presenting 10 pieces of science fiction literature that turned out to be true.
  • 10 Infamous Science Hoaxes report 10 Infamous Science Hoaxes Rumble 11 months ago Unicorns on the moon, fake tribes and sex in space, all feature in this crazy AllTimes10 list of Infamous Science Hoaxes!
  • Will China's GDP be that bad? report Will China's GDP be that bad? Rumble 11 months ago China is set to report its fourth quarter and weakest full-year growth figure in 25 years on Tuesday. The figures come on the back of sluggish domestic and external demand, weak investments, factory overcapacity and high property inventories, which have exacerbated deflationary pressures in the world's second-largest economy. Laura Frykberg reports.
  • DNA blood test can predict suspects' age report DNA blood test can predict suspects' age Rumble 11 months ago Forensic scientists have devised a test that examines blood samples left at crime scenes to predict the age of crime suspects to within four years. The test could help police narrow down their search for perpetrators in cases where they do not have an exact DNA match for samples found at crime scenes. Jim Drury met the lead researcher. Credit to Reuters.
  • Watch a bubble freeze instantly in real-time report Watch a bubble freeze instantly in real-time Rumble 11 months ago When it's -25°C/-13°F outside, soap bubble mixtures freeze faster than they pop, making for some very fascinating effects! However, frozen bubbles are still very fragile creatures, so 'ChrisRatzlaff' experimented with different recipes to create a durable bubble wall that won't pop in the slightest breeze. Check out the stunning results show to you here in real time.
  • Rats could be used to replace sniffer dogs report Rats could be used to replace sniffer dogs Rumble 11 months ago Scientists in southern Russia are trying to determine how to harness the sense of smell of rats so they can be trained to detect explosives or people trapped in buildings. Nathan Frandino reports. Credit to Reuters.
  • Tennis study serves up the science of sliding report Tennis study serves up the science of sliding Rumble 11 months ago Scientists are studying the slipping and sliding technique of modern fast-paced tennis games, and say it could lead to better surfaces and footwear. Matthew Stock reports.
  • Tapping into plant energy to charge phones report Tapping into plant energy to charge phones Rumble 11 months ago A trio of Chilean student engineers have developed a biocircuit device that can harness plant energy and convert it into small charges of electricity to power smartphones. Ben Gruber reports.
  • Cheap, clean, fusion power one step closer to reality report Cheap, clean, fusion power one step closer to reality Rumble 11 months ago Researchers at the University of Washington are developing a new type of fusion reactor that could generate eco-friendly power for less money than fossil fuels. Ben Gruber reports. Credit to Reuters.
  • Stunning timelapse featuring thunderstorm in Germany report Stunning timelapse featuring thunderstorm in Germany Rumble 11 months ago A jaw-dropping timelapse showcasing a recent thunderstorm in Hagen, Germany. 'Kometennorbert' managed to capture the astonishing scenes from the storm, and edited them together in this impressive visual.
  • Research uncovers 'ingredients' for AIDS cure report Research uncovers 'ingredients' for AIDS cure Rumble 11 months ago With major advances in gene therapy techniques and an unprecedented understanding of the basic science underlying the HIV virus, researchers say it is no longer a question of if they can develop a cure for AIDS, but when. Ben Gruber reports. Credit to Reuters.
  • Cockatoos learn carpentry skills from peers report Cockatoos learn carpentry skills from peers Rumble 11 months ago Learned tool use has been demonstrated in a species of bird for the first time, in a study undertaken by a team of European scientists. A batch of Goffin's cockatoos learned how to use a stick to poke nuts through a grid cage by watching a role model perform the task. Some of the birds then developed their own superior tool-making techniques, causing researchers to believe that they were displaying social acquisition of tool use, previously unseen in birds. Jim Drury reports. Credit to Reuters.
  • Molten Aluminum vs Bullets report Molten Aluminum vs Bullets Rumble 11 months ago From my experience, molten aluminum, and bullets look really cool in slow motion so i decided to combine them in what might have been the dumbest/craziest thing i've done. See you at the darwin awards! PS watch my update video, https://youtu.be/yrDcOczEros and watch me and my girlfriend on our tr
  • Science is weird report Science is weird RoboFunny 11 months ago Science is weird
  • Isopropyl Nitrite - Flames and Science! report Isopropyl Nitrite - Flames and Science! Rumble 11 months ago Isopropyl Nitrite - Flames and Science!
  • Sub 4 Science report Sub 4 Science Rumble 11 months ago Please check out and subscribe to these channels, they make great videos! http://www.youtube.com/channel/UCgcb7wEAAjA6tU_Ui72NV8w AlChemicalLife http://www.youtube.com/channel/UC1sJo8J1ZObrc4cKlsig1jA AMchemistry http://www.youtube.com/channel/UCW3GNyolmPCVJbjaheUb6bQ Andrew Phillips http://www.y
  • Chrissy Teigen Defends Choosing Her Baby's Sex: "Not a Science Baby" report Chrissy Teigen Defends Choosing Her Baby's Sex: "Not a Science Baby" Rumble 11 months ago Chrissy Teigen is on the defense after her controversial comments about choosing the sex of her baby. The tv model insists her unborn child is not a quote science baby.
  • This science compilation will leave you amazed! report This science compilation will leave you amazed! Rumble 11 months ago Rumble Viral showcases an impressive collection of science clips you need to see. Check them out and let us know which one's your favorite!
  • Classroom science experiment goes wrong report Classroom science experiment goes wrong Rumble 11 months ago A certified third grade teacher practices a science experiment at home with her husband. She adds a little too much hydrogen peroxide and the bottle of ingredients explodes into a foam that covers the ceiling of their kitchen. We have no idea what the substance is.
  • German scientists find rare dinosaur tracks report German scientists find rare dinosaur tracks Rumble 11 months ago Scientist discover what they think could be 145-million-year-old footprints of a 30-tonne dinosaur in a Lower Saxony quarry. Roselle Chen reports.
  • Pilots fly drones using mind over matter report Pilots fly drones using mind over matter Rumble 11 months ago Researchers demonstrate technology that allows unmanned aircraft to be controlled from the ground using only signals from the pilot's brain. Amy Pollock reports. Credit to Reuters.
  • Blind man sees wife for the first time in a decade - here's how report Blind man sees wife for the first time in a decade - here's how Rumble 11 months ago A blind man taking part in a clinical trial at the Mayo Clinic in the U.S. had his wish come true when he "saw" his wife for the first time in more than 10 years. Allen Zderad has been fitted with Argus II Second Sight bionic eye system that sends a processed video signal directly to his optic nerve allowing his brain to perceive simple images. Ben Gruber explains how it works. Credit to Reuters.
  • Water fleas prepare for Space voyage report Water fleas prepare for Space voyage Rumble 11 months ago Scientists are preparing a group of water fleas for a unique voyage into space. The aquatic crustaceans, known as Daphnia, can be used as a miniature model for biomedical research, and their reproductive and swimming behaviour will be tested for signs of stress while on board the International Space Station. Jim Drury went to meet the team. Credit to Reuters.
  • Science is weird report Science is weird RoboFunny 5 months ago Science is weird
  • Space station astronauts grow a water bubble report Space station astronauts grow a water bubble Rumble 11 months ago During Expedition 40 in the summer of 2014, astronauts Steve Swanson, Reid Wiseman, and Alexander Gerst explored the phenomenon of water surface tension in microgravity on the International Space Station. The crew submerged a GoPro camera into a floating ball of water the size of a softball and recorded the activity. Take a look at their results! Credit to 'NASA'.
  • Turning Smog Into Jewels report Turning Smog Into Jewels Rumble 11 months ago A Dutch designer plans to suck smog from Beijing's polluted air with his 'electronic vacuum cleaner' next year and produce sparkling jewellery from the smog particles he collects. It may be an unconventional approach to Beijing's pollution problem but the city's leaders have told Daan Roosegarde he's welcome to try it. Debi Bell-Hosking reports. Credit to Reuters.
  • Scientists Reveal Stone Age Man's Sweet Tooth report Scientists Reveal Stone Age Man's Sweet Tooth Rumble 11 months ago Scientists say they have identified the earliest signs of tooth decay in humans, from the remains of Stone Age teeth found in Morocco. The findings suggest that people living in the area between 13,500 and 15,000 years ago may have been storing and eating plants rich in carbohydrates and sugar, several thousand years earlier than previously thought. Jim Drury has more. Credit to Reuters.
  • Cheetah Tail Inspires Robot Stability System report Cheetah Tail Inspires Robot Stability System Rumble 11 months ago As anyone who's ever owned a remote-controlled toy car knows, you can drive them only so fast before they topple over while cornering. But for toys, and more sophisticated driving robots, a young South African inventor has come up with an innovative stabilizing technique, modeled on the biomechanics of the cheetah. Rob Muir reports. Credit to Reuters.
  • Africa's Last Polar Bear report Africa's Last Polar Bear Rumble 11 months ago Africa's last polar bear mourns its partner's death in South Africa's Johannesburg Zoo. Tara Cleary reports. A polar bear named Wang is the last of his species in Africa. His mate, Geebee died at Johannesburg Zoo in January after suffering a heart attack. According to the zoo's chief vet, Katja Koeppel, Wang has reacted by tearing up toys and grass and even bending the steel door of his pen. The bears had been together at the zoo for almost 30 years but never bred because South Africa's temperatures are too high. Koeppel says it's inappropriate to keep polar bears in captivity in a warm climate. "There is no conservation we can for the polar bear here, they don't breed due to our climate, so our feeling is it wouldn't be fair to bring polar bears to Africa into a wrong climate and will not have polar bears on exhibit any longer." At 30 years old, Wang has already far outlived the average wild polar bear, whose life expectancy is around 18 years.
  • Is Santa Real? (A Scientific Analysis) report Is Santa Real? (A Scientific Analysis) AmazingPlanet 2 years ago Happy Holidays! Ever wonder how Santa could possibly manage to deliver all those presents in a single night? Or what gives red-nosed reindeer the ability to fly? And why do your Christmas lights get tangled in knots no matter how carefully you put the away?!
  • Science Project report Science Project GoPlay 11 months ago LOL
  • Mexican 'Spiderman' weaves web of knowledge for science students report Mexican 'Spiderman' weaves web of knowledge for science students Rumble 11 months ago A university science professor at Mexico's acclaimed UNAM university becomes a hit with students by giving classes dressed as Spiderman. Deborah Lutterbeck reports.
  • Why Aren't There Science Fiction Games? - Extra Credits report Why Aren't There Science Fiction Games? - Extra Credits Rumble 11 months ago Get your Extra Credits gear at the store! http://bit.ly/ExtraStore Subscribe for new episodes every Wednesday! http://bit.ly/SubToEC Play games with us on Extra Play! http://bit.ly/WatchEXP ---- (Episode details below...) Watch more episodes from this season of Extra Credits! http://bit.l
  • Destroying stuff with a functional homemade lightsaber report Destroying stuff with a functional homemade lightsaber Rumble 11 months ago There's only one thing to do when you have created your very own homemade 5W 470nm laser... Destroy things! Check out the incredible power this 'lightsaber' has as it sets everything it touches on fire. Amazing!
  • Grey hair gene could be switched off, say scientists report Grey hair gene could be switched off, say scientists Rumble 11 months ago Scientists identify the gene that causes grey hair and say the discovery could lead to new ways of delaying or preventing it. Matthew Stock reports. Credit to Reuters.
  • New biodegradable packaging doubles shelf life of food report New biodegradable packaging doubles shelf life of food Rumble 11 months ago Eco-friendly, biodegradable food packaging made out of crabs and grapefruits could double the shelf-life of food and reduce plastic pollution, according to researchers in Singapore. Ben Gruber reports. Credit to Reuters.
  • Science Behind Happiness: Why A Breeze Feels So Good report Science Behind Happiness: Why A Breeze Feels So Good Rumble 11 months ago Close your eyes. Now picture yourself standing outside. The temperature is about 75 degrees, the air smells fresh, the sun is lightly beating on your face and there is a gentle breeze crossing over you that feels a bit warm but cool at the same time. Ah, you can almost feel it right? Why does a gentle breeze feel so darn good? Check out the second episode of Science Behind Happiness, a brand new HooplaHa Original Series and let the happiness science expert, TJ McKenna from the Connecticut Science Center unlock the secrets behind life's simple pleasures using a little scientific reasoning. TJ explains the reasons why a breeze feels so delightful. It tickles our skin, awakens our senses and brings us to our happy place! On a warm day, especially, not much else feels better than a nice breeze. It is so refreshing... but do you know why? Infotainment is just one of the entertaining and informative destinations in the HooplaHa – Life with a Smile programming network. If you're sick of all the bad news in the media and looking for a dose of inspiration, HooplaHa will give you a reason to smile every day! HooplaHa's mission, while a simple one, could not be more important: to make people smile as much as possible. Whether it be a bit of good news, an inspirational story, a fun video, a cute picture or a touching piece of music -- we want to put a smile on your face! Subscribe to any of our YouTube channel so you never miss our new videos. Get more feel good video clips at http://www.hooplaha.com Like us on Facebook: http://www.facebook.com/hooplaha Follow us on Twitter: http://twitter.com/hooplaha
  • Why People Don't Believe In Climate Science report Why People Don't Believe In Climate Science AmazingPlanet 2 years ago Scientists overwhelmingly agree that our climate is changing, Earth is getting warmer, sea levels are rising, and it's primarily because of humans putting lots of carbon dioxide in the atmosphere. Yet 4 in 10 Americans aren't convinced. Here's what psychologists and sociologists have to say about why some people don't...
  • Train Your Brain report Train Your Brain AmazingPlanet 1 year ago Can you really "train" your brain, or that is just one myth? DO that can work, or not? Check it out
  • minecraft science expiremets episode 1 report minecraft science expiremets episode 1 GoPlay 11 months ago minecraft science expiremets episode 1
  • Top 10 foods to improve your memory report Top 10 foods to improve your memory Rumble 11 months ago Having trouble remembering where you left your car keys? Forgot to pick up an item from the grocery store? Has the appointment with your doctor that you scheduled last week totally slipped your mind? Weak memory can be quite frustrating in everyday life. Not to worry, these 10 foods can help boost your memory in no time!
  • Professor Brian Cox promotes science at London school report Professor Brian Cox promotes science at London school Rumble 11 months ago Physicist and TV personality Brian Cox emphasises the importance of science and engineering while visiting an inner city London school. Sara Hemrajani reports.
  • The FASCINATING Science of Emotions!-Facts in 5 report The FASCINATING Science of Emotions!-Facts in 5 Rumble 11 months ago Can faking a smile really make you happy? Do emotions come from our brain or heart? I explain these, and everything else you need to know about YOUR EMOTIONS in 5 minutes or less! Preorder my book MIND=BLOWN HERE + BOOK TOUR DATE INFO! http://bit.ly/MindBlownBookInfo Subscribe! New videos every Mon/
  • Killing African Americans In The Name Of Science? report Killing African Americans In The Name Of Science? Rumble 11 months ago Did the United States Public Health Service allowed African-Americans to die in order to study disease?
  • These healthy tips will definitely make a difference. But did you know about proper meal preparation? report These healthy tips will definitely make a difference. But did you know about proper meal preparation? Rumble 11 months ago Fitness Expert John Basedow (@JohnBasedow)of FitnessMadeSimple.com shows how to prepare healthy meals and gives his best healthy eating tips. Following these simple tips can help you look and feel better!
  • Explosion compilation makes Science extremely fun report Explosion compilation makes Science extremely fun Rumble 11 months ago This video is a compilation of some of the explosions (and implosions) that have been captured during the filming of almost 200 episodes of the popular Science channel 'Make Science Fun'. It may appear that Jacob is quite reckless in regards to safety, however as a Science teacher of 20 years, he, his students or his children have ever suffered (significant) injury. Jacob is aware of the nature of the various explosions and knows when safety glasses are required or not. Samuel, his youngest son, appears in many of the episodes and loves doing Science with his dad.
  • Is powdered sugar flammable? Watch this! report Is powdered sugar flammable? Watch this! Rumble 11 months ago At first thought you would probably assume it isn't, but 'bobbytv' is going to try it out anyways. The results may surprise you... Please do not try this at home!
  • 3 Ways Sunshine Makes You Healthy And Happy At the CT Science Center report 3 Ways Sunshine Makes You Healthy And Happy At the CT Science Center Rumble 11 months ago We all feel a little happier on a sunny day or riding in a car with the windows down. Sometimes the most calming place to be is sitting on the beach listening to the sound of the waves crash on the beach. Have you ever wondered why these small pleasures have such a positive impact on our lives? Check out the premier episode of the Science Behind Happiness, a brand new HooplaHa Original Series and let the happiness science expert, TJ McKenna from the Connecticut Science Center unlock the secrets behind life's simple pleasures using a little scientific reasoning. On this pilot episode, TJ explains the reasons why sunshine makes us feel so happy. It not only gives us a boost of serotonin, elevating our mood, but even boosts our immune system, helping us live longer and happier lives. Want to learn more about TJ and the work he does at the Connecticut Science Center? Visit their website or follow them on Facebook and Titter. Curious about more of life's fun factoids? Check out the Infotainment YouTube Channel, part of the HooplaHa Network...and don't forget to smile. Get more feel good video clips at http://www.hooplaha.com Like us on Facebook: http://www.facebook.com/hooplaha Follow us on Twitter: http://twitter.com/hooplaha
  • How strong is your mind? report How strong is your mind? Rumble 11 months ago Test your mental agility with this fun test!
  • ATTEMPTING CRAZY SCIENCE EXPERIMENTS AT HOME report ATTEMPTING CRAZY SCIENCE EXPERIMENTS AT HOME Rumble 11 months ago Hi, I'm your substitute Science teacher today. Welcome to class. ?SUBSCRIBE for new videos??? http://bit.ly/1d6oaDj Why I'm SO GAY?? https://goo.gl/H6bI36 Disney Characters I Would Be Sexy With?? https://goo.gl/mzaE1P TWITTER: http://twitter.com/LucasCruikshank INSTAGRAM: http://instagram.com/Lucas
  • Disappearing Smoke - Science Trick report Disappearing Smoke - Science Trick Rumble 11 months ago This is an awesome science trick where we make all the smoke inside a bottle disappear in a second. Let us know if you have some science tricks of your own you would like to see done. Subscribe to CrazyRussianHacker: http://youtube.com/crazyrussianhacker . . Serious Business Inquiries Only: Contact
  • California drought threatens habitat of migratory birds report California drought threatens habitat of migratory birds Rumble 11 months ago California's ongoing drought leaves migrating birds with fewer places to land, and threatens their health as they crowd in on one another looking for food and shelter. Julie Noce reports.
  • Scientists probe elephant genes for cancer clues report Scientists probe elephant genes for cancer clues Rumble 11 months ago As dozens of circus elephants prepare to retire at a Central Florida preserve, researches are studying their genes believed to the key to the species' low incidence of cancer. Zach Fagenson reports. Credit to Reuters.
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