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The Big Bang Theory Theme Song-Barenaked Ladies
Sounds of Pi - Numberphile
Symphony of Science - A Wave of Reason
Carl Sagan - 'A Glorious Dawn' ft Stephen Hawking (Symphony of Science)
Symphony of Science - 'The Case for Mars' (ft. Zubrin, Sagan, Cox & Boston)
"We Are Star Dust" - Symphony of Science
Symphony of Science - 'The Big Beginning' (ft. Hawking, Sagan, Dawkins, Shears, Tyson)
Symphony of Science - the Quantum World!
Symphony of Science - 'We Are All Connected' (ft. Sagan, Feynman, deGrasse Tyson & Bill Nye)
Symphony of Science - 'The Unbroken Thread' (ft. Attenborough, Goodall, Sagan)
Symphony of Science - The Greatest Show on Earth! A music video about Evolution
Symphony of Science - "Children of Africa" (The Story of Us)
Symphony of Science -- DNA and Life
Ode to the Brain! by Symphony of Science
Symphony of Science - The Poetry of Reality (An Anthem for Science)
View from Satellite
The Scale of the Universe 2
Hubble Heritage Gallery of Images
Physics 20b: Introduction to Cosmology - Spring 2010 - Download free content from UC Irvine on iTunes Description Overview of modern scientific cosmology, including discussion of stars, the Milky Way galaxy, black holes, dark matter, the big bang, and evidence for our current understanding of the universe. Customer Reviews
Share this infographic on your site! <a href="http://www.numbersleuth.org/universe/size/"><img src="http://www.numbersleuth.org/universe/size/big-universe-poster.jpg" alt="Sizes of the Universe" width="500" border="0" /></a><br />Source: <a href="http://www.numbersleuth.org">Number Sleuth</a> Embed this infographic on your site! Sizes of the Universe Poster
Newly found world orbits Alpha Centauri B, 4.3 light years from our SunIt is the lightest exoplanet yet found orbiting a Sun-like starIt is thought to be too hot for life, and there is likely no water presentBut presence suggests there may be other planets within the same system By Daily Mail Reporter PUBLISHED: 08:18 GMT, 17 October 2012 | UPDATED: 12:37 GMT, 17 October 2012 Earth-size planet found: Lightest exoplanet yet orbits Sun-like star Alpha Centauri B
Science comes up with a lot of awesome stuff, and you don't need a Ph.D, a secret lab, or government funding to get your hands on some of the coolest discoveries. We've got a list of 11 mostly affordable gifts that are guaranteed to blow your mind, whether or not you're a science geek. Click on any image to see it enlarged. 1. 11 cheap gifts guaranteed to impress science geeks
JUMP FROM THE EDGE OF SPACE
Photopic Sky Survey
Top 5 Coolest Things about Curiosity
Carl Sagan - Profound Words of Wisdom
Carl Sagan on UFOs
Carl Sagan explains how he came to know what the stars are
New comet likely to impress when it passes closest to Earth in December
2011 Nobel Prize: Dark Energy feat. Sean Carroll
An alien world blacker than coal, the darkest planet known, has been discovered in the galaxy. The world in question is a giant the size of Jupiter known as TrES-2b. NASA's Kepler spacecraft detected it lurking around the yellow sun-like star GSC 03549-02811 some 750 lightyears away in the direction of the constellation Draco. The researchers found this gas giant reflects less than 1 percent of the sunlight falling on it, making it darker than any planet or moon seen up to now. Dark alien planet discovered by NASA
2012 Nobel Prize: How Do We See Light?
Dr Quantum - Double Slit Experiment
The Quantum Mechanics of Time Travel
Imagining the Tenth Dimension part 1 of 2
With contributor Harel Dor recently sharing with SciFi Ideas a story idea that makes full use of teleportation technology – Meet the Beamies – I thought it was high time we discussed teleportation in detail. Teleportation is one of science fiction’s most fascinating and useful ideas, being both a cool gadget and a clever narrative device; however, with lots of talk about quantum entanglement, ideas about how teleportation might actually be achieved can also be very complex. To help you understand what the science geeks are talking about and dispel some of the myths about the reality of teleportation, here’s an idiot’s guide to what this word actually means. Teleportation is impossible. Teleportation has also been achieved. An Idiot's Guide to Teleportation » SciFi Ideas / SciFi Ideas
Understanding 4th Dimention - HQ
Imagining the Tenth Dimension part 2 of 2
Lucid Viewing - The Way Forward in Remote Viewing
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Kajama Digest for the Week of January 20, 2014 Astrological OutlookThings will be fairly quiet in the heavens this week, which will give us a chance to get accustomed to all the Aquarius energy at play now. If we have any detailed work to tackle, Monday will be the best time for it, for the Moon will be sailing through Virgo. We’ll be more talk than action on Tuesday and Wednesday, given the social, fun-loving Libra Moon. Sudden changes are a hallmark of Aquarius and are most likely to show up this week on Thursday and Friday; these are the days we’ll need to pay close attention and stay on our toes. Soul Loss - How Shamanic Healing Can Restore Our Life Force by Howard G. Charing | brought to you by Kajama.
Six famous thought experiments explained quickly
10 Misconceptions Rundown
Common Physics Misconceptions
Higgs Boson Part III: How to Discover a Particle
Does the Universe Have a Purpose? feat. Neil deGrasse Tyson
What is Touch?
Something strange is happening to the Voyager 1 spacecraft. After 35 years of travel, NASA’s oldest interstellar spacecraft is now some 20 billion kilometres from the Sun. It’s easy to imagine that conditions in this isolated region of space would be quiet and calm but on 25 August, the spacecraft’s instruments suddenly went haywire, recording changes unlike anything it has seen throughout its long journey. Today, Bill Webber at New Mexico State University in Las Cruces and a few pals detail the dramatic changes Voyager has experienced and suggest various explanations for the phenomenon. Voyager 1 Hits Rumble Strips At the Edge of the Solar System
12 Events That Will Change Everything, Made Interactive
World’s First Perpetual Motion Machine? | ASTOUNDE.com Can this machine operate forever? Since at least the 12th century, man has sought to create a perpetual motion machine; a device that would continue working indefinitely without any external source of energy. A large scientific contingent thinks such a device would violate the laws of thermodynamics, and is thus impossible.
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Eun-Gyeong Gwon & Eun-Jae Lee Contact Lens Kinda Makes You Cyborgy This one’s kinda hard to swallow so take a deep breath, open your minds, and pretend it’s 2100. I CONTACT is essentially a mouse fitted to your eyeball. The lens is inserted like any other normal contact lens except it’s laced with sensors to track eye movement, relaying that position to a receiver connected to your computer. Theoretically that should give you full control over a mouse cursor. I’d imagine holding a blink correlates to mouse clicks.
Spontaneous Human Combustion Spontaneous human combustion is the alleged burning of a person's body without a readily apparent, identifiable external source of ignition. The combustion may result in simple burns and blisters to the skin, smoking, or a complete incineration of the body. Spontaneous Human Combustion
Evolution Of Man Evolution Of Man - What is it? The modern theory concerning the evolution of man proposes that humans and apes derive from an apelike ancestor that lived on earth a few million years ago. The theory states that man, through a combination of environmental and genetic factors, emerged as a species to produce the variety of ethnicities seen today, while modern apes evolved on a separate evolutionary pathway. Perhaps the most famous proponent of evolutionary theory is Charles Darwin (1809-82) who authored The Origin of Species (1859) to describe his theory of evolution.
How High Can We Build?
By Agence France-PresseThursday, December 20, 2012 21:45 EDT A huge slab of sea floor near the Great Barrier Reef is in the early stages of collapse and could generate a tsunami when it finally breaks off, researchers warned Friday. Marine geologists from Australia’s James Cook University have been using advanced 3D mapping techniques on the deepest parts of the reef — below diving depth — since 2007 and have discovered dozens of sub-marine canyons. Slab of Barrier Reef sea floor collapsing, could cause tsunami, say scientists
Transparency - Walk This Way
Why Don't Any Animals Have Wheels?
E45 Goes Cellular
Beakman Noises at Night
The Science of Dreaming
Beakman's World Show-226.mov
Taboos of Science
Race and Intelligence : Science's Last Taboo
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Big Spanish Castle
Evolution: It's a Thing - Crash Course Biology #20
Continuum of Change: The Hairless Human
Why Our Brains Love Junk Food
Why Nikola Tesla was the greatest geek who ever lived
Great Minds: Henrietta Leavitt & the Human Computers
Technology and Culture-Volume 53, Number 1, January 2012
What was up with Pythagoras?
The Future of Man--How Will Evolution Change Humans?
Print Your Own 3D models (by @baekdal) #trends
Nike Hindsight by Billy May
LED Lights Make Augmented Vision a Reality | Elemental LEDucation
Jim Mielke - Core77's Greener Gadgets Design Competition 2008
Brain vs. Computer
Scientist creates lifelike cells out of metal
Scientists extract images directly from brain
Carl Sagan on atoms, the googol, and the googolplex
Carl Sagan on the chemical elements
Carl Sagan on black holes and the bending of light
Geologic Time: Graphical Representation of Geologic Time
UCB Physics Lecture Demonstrations
Does the Color Pink Exist? Scientists Aren't Sure
Is it Better to Walk or Run in the Rain?