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PIXELS

PIXELS (2010), in which New York City is invaded by some old school 8-bit characters from an earlier generation of video games. Written and directed by Patrick Jean. In the archives: Wind Up Bots take over Buenos A...

The Beginning of Everything: The Big Bang

From the team at Kurzgesagt, let’s explore what we know about The Beginning of Everything — The Big Bang: Has the universe a beginning or was it here since forever? Well, evidence ...

This is NOT timelapse: the Aurora Borealis in real time

This breathtaking video of the Aurora Borealis is not a timelapse video — this is what it looks like in real time. It was filmed in Yellowknife, Northwest Territories, Canada by astro-ph...

Tales from the Prep Room: Making Sand Swim

From the Ri Channel's View the Tales from the Prep Room series, this is how you make a fluidized bed of sand: Making Sand Swim. Watch how these solids suddenly behave a lot like a fluid as a...

TED Ed: The ABCs of Gas

Using chalk drawings and familiar, hands-on examples, Brian Bennett and TED Ed explain gas properties in The ABCs of Gas – Avogadro’s Law, Boyle’s Law, and Charles’s Law, via explore-blog. T...

TED Ed: The beginning of the universe, for beginners

Today, TEDxCERN and TED-Ed have unveiled the first of 5 animated lessons specially developed by CERN scientists for TEDxCERN and brought to life by the talented animators at TED-Ed: “The begi...

Real life Tetris: hailstones make cool patterns

And now it’s time for 3+ minutes of jazz and tiny hailstones. From Aatish Bhatia at Empirical Zeal, “The Universal laws behind growth patterns, or what Tetris can teach us about coffee stains.̶...

Sick Science: Incredible Egg Geode

A pretty spectacular science experiment: how to make an Incredible Egg Geode.  Your egg geode is formed through a process called sedimentation. The heated alum solution contains suspend...

Kari Byron makes a cloud in a bottle

How do you make a cloud? On her show, Head Rush, Mythbuster’s Kari Byron demonstrates how clouds are formed by making one in a bottle. For this experiment, you can use a bicycle pump with a rubber stopper atta...

NatSciDemos: Rotating Saddle

Rotating Saddle (and the science behind it) from the NatSciDemos team: A playground ball finds stability in a saddle when the saddle is rotating at the proper speed.Mechanical analog of...

All That Glitters: The History of Shiny Things

All That Glitters: The History of Shiny Things! What a excellent addition to our collection of How Things Are Made. via The Retronaut, h/t @cosentino. 

Dust particles in the sunlight

Dust particles dance to a Radiohead cover.  From Doobybrain. 

How the Aurora Borealis is created

Produced by forskning.no in collaboration with the Department of Physics at the University of Oslo, this is a brilliantly simple explainer about How the Aurora Borealis is created.