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HeadSqueeze: The 10 Most Mind-Blowing Space Facts

HeadSqueeze: The 10 Most Mind-Blowing Space Facts
Head Squeeze pulled together the 10 most mind-blowing space facts from the history of the program and they are pretty incredible.

Which Doctor Who Villain Should You Fear?

Which Doctor Who Villain Should You Fear?
Which Doctor Who villain do you think is the scariest? Well, Head Squeeze takes a look at the Weeping Angels, Cybermen and the Daleks from a scientific perspective and gives us the answer.
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The Science of Doctor Who’s Sonic Screwdriver

The Science of Doctor Who’s Sonic Screwdriver
To celebrate the 50th anniversary of Doctor Who, Head Squeeze teams up with Andy Marmery from The Royal Institution to look at the science behind the Sonic Screwdriver.

How Do Spacesuits Work? James May Explains

How Do Spacesuits Work? James May Explains
A spacesuit needs to protect one from the vacuum of space, extreme cold and heat, radiation while being workable and wearable. Head Squeeze explains how they work.

Awesome Space Facts from Head Squeeze

Awesome Space Facts from Head Squeeze
In honor of World Space Week, the folks over at Head Squeeze give us this really cool list of the most amazing space facts they've encountered while making the series.

How Many Dimensions Does Our Universe Have?

How Many Dimensions Does Our Universe Have?
Does our universe have 4, 5, 10, 11 or 26 dimensions? Cosmologist Andrew Pontzen and particle physicist Tom Whyntie take a look at current theories and testing.

F***ing Magnets, How Do They Work?

F***ing Magnets, How Do They Work?
British television host (Top Gear) writer, and all-around geek, James May, explains the workings and mysteries of magnets in this latest Head Squeeze video.

What’s Needed to Time Travel at Home

What’s Needed to Time Travel at Home
Cosmologist Andrew Pontzen and particle physicist Tom Whyntie explain how you can time travel at home. It's just a matter of overcoming the engineering, it seems.
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