Mental Floss brings us this list of 16 myths about blindness in one his more illuminating videos.
Perhaps it’s time we needed a new calendar to remind ourselves of a past long forgotten and rarely mentioned when talking about history – a new human era.
Award-winning chef Tom Colicchio takes on some hot wings in this episode from First we Feast.
Everything many of us know about world maps is wrong and here’s why.
Where are all the aliens? Why haven’t we come across them or had any contact with them? This video explores the frustrating task in trying to discover where they could be.
SciShow bends our minds in this new video on optical illusions and how our minds perceive them.
Sir David Attenborough and Vsauce sat down to discuss all manner of things nature, such as how the latest technology has been used in his wonderful documentaries.
If everyone on Earth lived in one city, just what would it be like? How large, or small would this place have to be?
Here’s what a nuclear missile launch would look like, courtesy of Arizona’s Titan Missile Museum.
The Science of Dogs digs deep into what goes into making a dog what its and all the mysterious behaviours they exhibit.
Neat video looking at whether water can expire.
What would happen if a black hole opened up in your pocket? Watch this video to find out.
Recovering from an all-nighter? Here’s some handy hints from New York Magazine and backed by science, too.
Pluto has been all over the news after the New Horizons spacecraft photographed it in beautiful detail. Have a look at how our view of the dwarf planet has changed over the years.
The Death of Bees takes a look at why they are disappearing in what is known as colony collapse disorder, as well as the sheer importance of bees to the world.
Can you die from licking an envelope? The Film Theorists take a look at the adhesives used and attempt to discover if a person will simply wind up dead.