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How can we know anything about distant exoplanets?

How can we know the size, composition, and atmospheric makeup of distant exoplanets? NASA explains the details in this Alien Atmospheres video.  By observing periodic variations in the pare...

Etereas from Flaminguettes

Etereas from Flaminguettes. The kids were impressed with the “spiderwebs” and hoop skills.

Unwoven Light: An iridescent net of chain link by Soo Sunny Park

Artist Soo Sunny Park's Unwoven Light, filmed by Walley Films. Seeing a Styrofoam cup stuck on a fence one day got Park thinking about the chain link’s properties of being both rigid and porous, of actin...

5 Fun Science Experiments for Kids (w/ Grover!)

Science experiments + a cute and furry blue monster that we know and love = YES. Hosts Annie Colbert and Matt Silverman have clearly helped discover the formula for making an instant video fa...

Robo Rainbow

This viral street art vid from 2011 features a bicycle cart like no other: Robo-rainbow. via Street Art Utopia.

HeadSqueeze: Why Do Hot Things Glow?

Why Do Hot Things Glow? HeadSqueeze's Greg Foot answers the question with a bit of animated help. There are more atoms and a diverse set of vibration videos in the archives.  Thanks, John Oxton-King.

Andy Fillebrown’s Audiosculptures: Flight of the Bumblebee.

Multimedia artist Andy Fillebrown creates visualizations of classical, public domain musical compositions. His YouTube channel, audiosculptures, is filled with 100+ spellbinding journeys th...

Beauty In Danger

Go along for the ride with this MK12 short film, Beauty In Danger, a collaboration with artist Brian Alfred and musician Ian Williams.

Count on Me

drawnblog: Count on Me (by Gentleman Scholar) If this isn’t an actual Sesame Street segment (and I’m guessing it’s not) it sure should be.

Oliver Jeffers, butcher, baker, picture book maker

Author of so many lovely children’s books, including Lost and Found, The Heart and The Bottle, How to Catch a Star, and our favorite, The Incredible Book Eating Boy…  Oliver Jeffers, butcher, ...

Black Hole by Fabian Oefner: Brightly-colored paint spun at high speeds

Swiss photographer Fabian Oefner works with the intersection of art and science. He takes perfectly-timed photos of brightly-colored paint being spun at high speeds. From the artist:  "Black Hole" is a series of im...

Paper marbling: Ebru and Suminagashi

Paper marbling is not only a fun DIY, but it’s also an ancient art. This artist in Istanbul, Turkey demonstrates ebru, how the floating colors can be shaped and then transferred onto paper.Related watching, some Japan...

Oskar Fischinger’s Optical Poem

Optical Poem, an abstract piece of stop-motion history, was made in 1938 by German-born Oskar Fischinger, an avant-garde animator, filmmaker and painter. The familiar music is Franz Liszt’s Hungarian Rhapsody No...

Richard Feynman – Ode To A Flower, Animated

Richard Feynman - Ode To A Flower, an animation from Fraser Davidson. The quote, by Nobel Prize winning physicist Richard Feynman, was given in 1981 when he was interviewed on the BBC. The fu...

Fall: Time lapse in Central Park

Fall, a time-lapse, season-catcher in New York City’s Central Park, shot from August 2011 to January 2012 by Jamie Scott. via doobybrain.

Vi Hart: Hexaflexagon

Grab some strips of paper and join math video storyteller and “mathemusician” Vi Hart as she introduces the Hexaflexagon: This video is based on, and in honor of, Martin Gardner’s first Math...

How Biomimicry is Inspiring Human Innovation

How Biomimicry is Inspiring Human Innovation: …we human beings, who have been trying to make things for only the blink of an evolutionary eye, have a lot to learn from the long proc...

Painting with colored sand in a glass bottle

Painting with colored sand in a glass bottle: This was ten minutes that went by pretty quickly for us. According to the YouTube commenters, this video was filmed in Egypt. Also, spot the came...

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