Science – the root word is ‘Knowledge’

How much do YOU trust SciShow? Cold, cures, what Hank says we know. Also

  • Fluorescent Lights
  • The Lost City and the Origin of Life
  • How Upside-Down Jellies Sting You Without Touching You
  • 3 Times We Captured Physical Pieces of the Sun
  • 4 Ways Humans Are Still Evolving

Hydroxychloroquine and COVID-19:
What We Know Right Now
SciShow News – Apr 10, 2020 – 11:22
You might have heard that we found a cure for the COVID-19, and that it comes from a drug we’ve used for centuries. But let’s take a breath and look at the facts. Hosted by: Hank Green

Hank 3:46: “These conditions manifest in a tons of different ways… [sic]”


Today I Found Out
The Surprisingly Fascinating Way in Which Fluorescent Lights Work and Why They Sometimes Buzz
Apr 9, 2020 – 7:54


SciShow Weird Places
The Lost City and the Origin of Life

Apr 9, 2020 – 6:14
Hydrothermal vents are some of the most extreme environments on the planet. But in 2000, scientists discovered a vent unlike any other, one that spews white smoke and is 10 times older. And some think it may help us understand how all life began. Hosted by: Michael Aranda


How Upside-Down Jellies Sting You Without Touching You
SciShow – Apr 11, 2020 – 4:00
Olivia gets the gooshie subject once again.
This jellyfish might look kind of unassuming, but it’s got some surprising long-range weaponry to catch its prey! Thanks to Cheryl Ames with the Smithsonian Museum of Natural History for filling out the details of her team’s amazing discovery! Hosted by: Olivia Gordon


3 Times We Captured Physical Pieces of the Sun
SciShow Space – Apr 10, 2020 – 6:34
It’s tricky to study the particles of our Sun because Earth’s magnetic field deflects them, but scientists have found ways to do it! They’re helping us understand things like the Sun’s origin, what it’s made of, and how it might affect future colonization of the Solar System. Hosted by: Reid Reimers


4 Ways Humans Are Still Evolving
SciShow – Apr 12, 2020 – 11:46
When we think about evolution, we typically think about big changes that happened long ago, but we humans are still evolving! Hosted by: Olivia Gordon

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