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Can We Travel Faster Than The Speed Of Light? | Mass Effect Science Explained

Hey there, welcome to Playnoggin. I’m Julian, your brain’s player 2. Today we’re going to take a closer look at Mass Effect. And Mass Effect 2. And 3. But not Andromeda, that’s not out yet.. The Mass Effect series is rife with topics that would be perfect for Playnoggin: Artificial intelligence, futuristic weapons, and *ahem* […]

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Carbon nanotubes built this bizarre ultrablack material

(upbeat music) – [Cory] What you’re seeing here is an optical illusion, but it’s not the kind that tricks your brain into seeing something that isn’t there. This literally prevents your eyes from seeing something that is there. The mask on the table here is coated with a bizarre compound called vantablack, which is known […]

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Planets finger family | the planet song | solar system song | science songs for kids | kids music

Daddy finger, daddy finger, where are you? Here I am, here I am. How do you do? Mommy finger, Mommy finger, where are you? Here I am, here I am. How do you do? Brother finger, Brother finger, where are you? Here I am, here I am. How do you do? Sister finger, Sister finger, […]

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Scientists Just Detected Two Supermassive Black Holes on a Collision Course

Supermassive black holes are thought to be at the center of most galaxies, and they are huge. The Milky Way’s own supermassive black hole, Sagittarius A*, is about 4 million times the mass of our sun. But scientists have just spotted two absolute behemoths, that dwarf Sagittarius A*, and they are on a collision course. […]

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How Long Could Star-Lord Survive in Space Unprotected? (Because Science w/ Kyle Hill)

– If you know one thing about space, it’s that you don’t enter it unprotected by a ship or a suit. If you get blown out of an airlock without either, that’s it, you’re done. Or are you? In the first Guardians of the Galaxy film, we see something that goes against pretty much every […]

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