Science Never Sleeps!

…although, Science may sort of doze off now and then.

Beyond Identical or Fraternal: 6 Rare Types of Twins

SciShow – Feb 9, 2020 – 14:28
Twins can be a lot more complicated than just identical or fraternal, and the rarer types of twins suggest that we have a lot more to learn about human development. Hosted by: Hank Green

Who are the mysterious “person who release… eggs” or “person who might not know that they’re pregnant”? If only there were a good scientific term for such persons. You know, like WOMAN! (Pronoun: SHE) Sheesh, Hank. Man up!


Why Space Over South America is Deadly for Satellites

SciShow Space – Feb 11, 2020 – 6:13
There’s a region of Earth’s atmosphere known as the South Atlantic Anomaly, and it’s one of the most dangerous near-Earth areas of space, both for satellites and humans. Hosted by: Reid Reimers


The tats-and-piercings gal gets all the glamorous assignments.

How to Milk a Cockroach

SciShow – Feb 11, 2020 – 4:51
Cow, almond, soy, goat. There are a lot of choices when it comes to milk, but if you’re looking for that nutritious boost of vitamins and minerals in the morning, have you considered cockroach milk? Hosted by: Olivia Gordon


The Only Water on Earth Without Life

SciShow – Feb 10, 2020 – 5:46
When it comes to water on Earth, life finds a way. Even in the hottest, most acidic, and saltiest waters in the world, odds are you’ll find some kind of organism adapted to live in it. There is, however, a place with water so extremely inhospitable that no native life has ever been found there. Hosted by: Stefan Chin

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