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Science Fiction & Fantasy - Science - Page 3 Of 28

COSMOS Hosted by Funnyman Fred Willard

COSMOS Hosted by Funnyman Fred Willard
Do you find that real scientists, like Neil deGrasse Tyson, are simply too confusing? Now veteran funnyman and a guy who once owned a telescope as a child, Fred Willard, takes over the hosting slot for COSMOS

Pluto’s Five Moons Explained

Pluto’s Five Moons Explained
Kurzgesagt, a YouTube channel that creates short videos explaining things and who previously gave us a great animated look at the Moons of Mars and our Solar System takes a look at the planetoid Pluto and its…

Are You Alone in the Universe?

Are You Alone in the Universe?
The Earth is a small planet orbiting a star on the edge of the Milky Way galaxy and our nearest neighboring spiral galaxy, Andromeda, is 2 million light years away. But does that mean that each of…

PBS Off Book: The New Rules of Robot/Human Society

PBS Off Book: The New Rules of Robot/Human Society
As robotics technology moves forward ever faster, what are the ethical problems we face and what rules should govern the future of robots in human society?

10 Incredible Facts About the Galaxy

10 Incredible Facts About the Galaxy
Here are 10 incredible facts about the Milky Way galaxy that will make you reconsider just how amazing our home is.

Numberphile: Explaining the Monty Hall Problem

Numberphile: Explaining the Monty Hall Problem
The "Monty Hall" problem is a common statistical question that seems to go against common sense and Numberphile attempts to explain the reasoning behind the answer.

The Last Man on the Moon: Documentary Film

The Last Man on the Moon: Documentary Film
The Last Man on the Moon is a documentary film telling the story of Gene Cernan, the last person to set foot on the surface of the Moon.

Misconceptions About the Universe

Misconceptions About the Universe
Veritasium looks at objects in our universe that are moving away faster than the speed of light and how we may still be able to see them.

How to Catch a Dwarf Planet: Neptune’s Moon Triton

How to Catch a Dwarf Planet: Neptune’s Moon Triton
Kurzgesagt takes a look at an anomaly in our solar system: Neptune's largest moon, Triton, which orbits the planet in the wrong direction.

Is the Universe Entirely Mathematical?

Is the Universe Entirely Mathematical?
Minute Physics takes a look at the notion that everything in the universe can be wholly described using math and that the entire universe is mathematical in nature.

Best Photo Ever of an Alien Planet

Best Photo Ever of an Alien Planet
Stanford physicist Bruce Macintosh and his team have taken the best quality image ever of a planet outside our solar system.

How to Rebuild the World From Scratch

How to Rebuild the World From Scratch
Lewis Dartnell, a research scientist based in London, discusses his new book and how society could rebuild after a catastrophic apocalyptic event.

The Science of Game of Thrones

The Science of Game of Thrones
Joe Hanson of It's Okay to be Smart takes a look at the fictional world of Game of Thrones and some of the phenomena that are so hard to believe.
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