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 – 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]”

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Science for the Atomic Age

The Microscope That Uses Quantum Physics to Trace Atoms
SciShow – Apr 8, 2020 – 10:30
Olivia gets a good one.
In the late 1970s, two physicists in Switzerland set out to invent a new type of microscope using quantum physics that would allow them to do something no one had ever done before: see the individual atoms in a sheet of metal. Hosted by: Olivia Gordon

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