Science – It’s Always Something

Megatsunamis: World’s Biggest Wave
SciShow – Apr 30, 2020
Megatsunamis are not only much larger than your average tsunami, they also form under different conditions. Good news: they’re extremely rare. Bad news: they might not be for long. Hosted by: Hank Green

“Climate Change” — The most un-scientific part of Hank’s report. [types rant… deletes it]

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Science — It’s Scienterrific

  • What the HECK is Time?! (in Einstein’s Relativity)
  • What’s Under The Ice In Antarctica?
  • Animation of Black Hole Disk Flare in Galaxy OJ 287
  • A day in the life of an astrophysicist in LOCKDOWN
  • Why Do Fetuses Kick So Much?
  • How Science Is Trying to Understand Consciousness
  • How the Andes Mountains Might Have Killed a Bunch of Whales
  • How Climate Change Is Creating More Space Junk

What the HECK is Time?! (in Einstein’s Relativity)
The Science Asylum – Apr 28, 2020 – 11:49
In special and general relativity, we imagine time as just another dimension of space in something called “spacetime.” Unfortunately, this picture leads to questions about determinism and free will. Is that really how it works? What does the concept of spacetime actually say about the universe and about time?

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How Washington Became a Ship Graveyard – SciShow

I have a bunch of posts that I’ve had partially drafted, some for many months.
Cleaning Out the Video Backlog #4 —14 to go.


SciShow Field Trip, hosted by: Stefan Chin, Alexis Dahl
Stefan and Alexis are headed to Olympic National Park in Washington state to bring you some of the coolest geology stories there.
Parts 1 & 2 previously featured here on Other People’s Videos, reposted here for convenience or completeness or laziness or something.

The Riddle of Washington’s Mt. Olympus

A SciShow Field Trip #1
Mar 4, 2020 – 7:54
This week, they explore why Mount Olympus should be taller than Mount Everest.

The Ancient Island That Transformed Washington

A SciShow Field Trip #2
Mar 11, 2020 – 5:17
Even though there are no volcanoes on the Olympic Peninsula, you can find lots of volcanic rocks on the beaches. This bizarre circumstance might have to do with how the ancient island transformed Washington state.

A SciShow Field Trip #3
Mar 18, 2020 – 5:42
Stefan and Alexis are headed to Ruby Beach to find out how its famous sea stacks formed.

Science, Theoretically

h/t YouTube Suggestions for Mediterranean and Titan

That Time the Mediterranean Sea Disappeared
PBS Eons – Jan 9, 2020 – 11:55
How could a body of water as big as the Mediterranean just…disappear? It would take decades and more than 1,000 research studies to even start to figure out the cause — or causes — of one of the greatest vanishing acts in Earth’s history.
Haven’t seen this gal before, but her perkiness would fit right in on SciShow.

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