Pluto and Beyond – Nova Documentary 2019

Four billion miles from Earth a spacecraft closes in on its target a Mysterious object far beyond all the known planets That could reveal new secrets about the birth of the solar system but the mission is risky even Being hit by something smaller than on a single pellet of rice at 32,000 miles an […]

The Ebola Virus Explained — How Your Body Fights For Survival

What makes Ebola so dangerous? How can a virus overwhelm the very complex defense system of the body so quickly and so effectively? Let’s take a look at what Ebola does. (Theme music) Ebola is a virus. A virus is a very small thing. A bit of RNA or DNA and a few proteins and […]

How to prepare for an interview in the lab – tips and tricks for scientists

Before an interview applicants should do their homework, and that includes reading the publications of the lab that they’re applying to, but also a little bit more general – what is the institution doing? What are the neighboring labs and how could you maybe not only work with one PI but with several of them? […]

The Mind-Controlled Bionic Arm With a Sense of Touch

so now I’m gonna go turn on the arm can go up okay and back down this is the most complex robotic arm in existence today you can control that using thought from the brain as humans we are tool users and every time we invent a new tool that changes the way we live […]

The Map of Mathematics

The mathematics we learn in school doesn’t quite do the field of mathematics justice. We only get a glimpse at one corner of it, but the mathematics as a whole is a huge and wonderfully diverse subject. My aim with this video is to show you all that amazing stuff. We’ll start back at the […]

Why Are 96,000,000 Black Balls on This Reservoir?

these are shade balls they’re being dumped into this water reservoir in Los Angeles and contrary to what you may have heard their main purpose is not to reduce evaporation so what are they really for? To find out I am visiting the largest collection of these balls anywhere on Earth at L.A. reservoir 96 […]

Physics and creation — an interview with physicist Dr Jim Mason (Creation Magazine LIVE! 3-22)

Nuclear physics is our topic today on Creation Magazine LIVE! We’ll be sitting down with Dr Jim Mason whose PhD is an experimental nuclear physics. You won’t want to miss it. Welcome Creation Magazine Live I’m Richard Fangrad and I’m Calvin Smith and we’re pleased today to have special guest Dr Jim Mason Jim thanks […]

Scot’s Resume and Diverse Skill Set

I’m Scot Guariglia. In the early eighties I worked for Caterpillar Tractor Company first as a final inspector for two years progressing to research and development for another six in the instrument lab. I also work out in the field. Years at the proving grounds involved the application of strain gages to determine stress levels […]

MINDHUNTER Season 1 Best Recap – | Inverse

– Mindhunter on Netflix. It’s David Fincher doing what he does best. It’s probably the best TV show that serial killers ever made. Episode 1, we open with a classic David Fincher sequence. You’ve seen it before in Seven and Zodiac. It’s a bird’s-eye view, there’s low color. Holden’s trying to negotiate with a suicidal […]

Taxonomy: Life’s Filing System – Crash Course Biology #19

Taxonomy! It’s the science of classifying living things. That sounds exciting. Today we’ll basically be learning the Dewey Decimel System of evolution! It’s like filing! You must be on the edge of your seat. OK, shut up. When it comes down to it, this science doesn’t just categorize organisms, when you look a little deeper, […]