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Science Fiction & Fantasy - Science - Page 5 Of 28

The Earth is Older Than Dirt: How Do We Know?

The Earth is Older Than Dirt: How Do We Know?
MinuteEarth explains the techniques scientists use to determine the age of the Earth. Hint: it's not by adding together "begats" from the Bible.

How Do We Know the Moon Landing Wasn’t Faked?

How Do We Know the Moon Landing Wasn’t Faked?
Fraser Cain looks at the premise that the moon landings were fake and what scientific and practical proof we have that those conspiracy theorists are wrong.

Making the Invisible Visible: On Board the ISS

Making the Invisible Visible: On Board the ISS
The Image Frontier - Making the Invisible Visible is a documentary film that explores and celebrates the art and challenges of astrophotography.

Making a Computer Out of 10,000 Dominoes

Making a Computer Out of 10,000 Dominoes
Matt Parker created a computer capable of adding two four-bit binary numbers and returning the five-bit binary sum using 10,000 dominoes.

How Do We Know How Old The Sun Is?

How Do We Know How Old The Sun Is?
The animation studio Beakus put together this terrific animated short that looks how scientists determined the age of the Sun and also the estimated life span of Old Sol.

The Real Science of Virtual Worlds

The Real Science of Virtual Worlds
What sorts of virtual worlds can we create today with existing technology? Technium discusses the state of the art with one of the leaders in designing virtual reality rooms.

A Machine to Die For, The Quest for Free Energy

A Machine to Die For, The Quest for Free Energy
A Machine to Die For is the documentary film about the quest to create a perpetual motion machine and the people who think businesses and government are out to stop it.

Super Planet Crash: Create Your Own Solar System

Super Planet Crash: Create Your Own Solar System
This online simulation allows would-be gods to create their own solar system of planets orbiting a central star.

What’s Inside a Black Hole, an Animated Tour

What’s Inside a Black Hole, an Animated Tour
Beakus put together this terrific animated short that looks at some of the competing theories and what might be inside a black hole.

Can You Escape The Force of Gravity?

Can You Escape The Force of Gravity?
The force of gravity is apparently everywhere -- constantly pulling us downwards. But is there a way to escape the force of gravity? The Universe Today takes a look.

Can a Machine Read Your Emotions?

Can a Machine Read Your Emotions?
Can a machine read human emotions? Technium visits a company behind leading technology in the field, Emotient, to find out.

Exoplanets: The Nicest Neighborhoods in the Cosmos

Exoplanets: The Nicest Neighborhoods in the Cosmos
But what does it take for one of those exoplanets to be considered habitable? The SciShow takes a look at that question and chooses the nicest neighborhoods in the universe.

What Happens When Earth’s Magnetic Poles Flip?

What Happens When Earth’s Magnetic Poles Flip?
Universe Today looks at the possibility of the Earth's poles flipping or perhaps the magnetic poles flipping and what might be the consequences to humans.
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