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MTJP | Redwood – More Than Just Parks

Travel to Northern California's Redwood National and State Parks to in this 4K video from More Than Just Parks: MTJP | Redwood. MTJP's mission is to help foster greater awareness and appreciation of the United States'...

A seal herds fish off the coast of Australia’s Bondi Beach

Watch a seal herd a huge school of fish in the clear teal blue waters of Bondi Beach in Sydney, Australia. This short video was filmed with a Dji Phantom4 drone by drone-over-beach specialists Le Cut Studio. Here are ...

A physical demonstration of gravitational waves

Start with the classic lycra space-time warping demo, add in news of LIGO and The First Observation of Gravitational Waves, then mix it with a drill. In this Ultimate Gravitational Waves Explanation, Steve Mould creat...

Bending sliced wood like a slinky

Inspired by the work of furniture designer Seth Rolland, hobbyist woodworker Peter Brown of Shop Time decided to try and bend a block of wood like a slinky by slicing it into a thin zig zag pattern. He wrote: For ...

Gravitational Waves Explained Using Stick Figures

How are gravitational waves made? In this episode of MinutePhysics, Henry Reich draws up a series of other wave creating scenarios -- water waves, air pressure waves, and radio waves -- to help explain gravitational w...

LIGO & The First Observation of Gravitational Waves – CalTech

On September 14, 2015 at 5:51am ET, the Laser Interferometer Gravitational-Wave Observatory (LIGO) detected ripples in the fabric of spacetime. One hundred years after Albert Einstein predicted the existence of gravit...

Emperor Penguins keep warm in an ever-shifting huddle

With brand new baby chicks sheltering in so many of their brood pouches, warmth is imperative for Emperor Penguins in the coldest place on the planet. But how do you stay warm enough to survive in -40 degrees or colde...

Surfing the ‘World’s Heaviest Waves’ – Teahupo’o, Tahiti by drone

Watch top surfers ride the French Polynesian waves just off the coast of Tahiti's Teahupo’o, reportedly pronounced 'cho-po' by surfers and 'tear-hoo-poh-oh' by locals. With massive swells, heavy boat traffic, and shar...

The Wave Cabinet by Sebastian Errazuriz

From New York-based Sebastian Errazuriz Studio, this functional sculpture is called Wave, a baltic birch cabinet that opens in a variety of beautifully fluid ways thanks to its 100 connected slices. Errazuriz explains...

Wooden zoetrope sculptures spin in the forest

Spinning Daggers by Benjamin Ducroz, a set of seven 3D wooden zoetropes or kinetic sculptures made from 18 different instances of modulating sine and triangle waves. For this video, three of the zoetropes were filmed ...

What’s the Loudest Possible Sound? – It’s Okay to Be Smart

"What is the loudest possible sound? What about the quietest thing we can hear? And what do decibels measure, anyway?" This video from Joe Hanson and It's Okay to Be Smart dives into the wide ranging and incredibly se...

Demo of the FloWave Ocean Simulator & the AMOEBA wave pool

Filmed by The School of Physics & Astronomy at the University of Edinburgh, this is the FloWave Ocean Simulator, a 2.4 million liter (634,013 gallon) controllable research pool for testing devices and prototypes in wa...

How to build your own Wave Machine physics demo

This National STEM Centre DIY Wave Machine demo is a perfect hands-on experiment for home or in the classroom. The ingredients: Duct tape, wooden kebab skewers, and jelly babies, (or dots... or maybe gummy bears if th...

Changing shifts at le Phare de Kéréon

How do lighthouse keepers switch shifts when the lighthouse isn't connected to the mainland? We've seen how the tumultuous sea can almost overtake lighthouses during a storm, but the sea can be challenging even in mor...

The Lighthouse of La Jument

In 1989, in the midst of a raging storm off the Brittany coast, photographer Jean Guichard circled above the French lighthouse of la Jument (Le Phare de La Jument) in a helicopter, camera in hand to capture the tempes...

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...

Fate adrift: Max Mulhern’s Aqua Dice

The New York Times’ video profile of Max Mulhern’s “Aqua Dice” shows how the artist’s love for the sea and his interest in unknown outcomes came together into one project. Fate adrift,...

From Jacques Perrin’s Oceans: French frigate Latouche-Treville

Featuring the incredible power of nature, this intense clip from Oceans, a French documentary film by Jacques Perrin (released in the US by Disneynature), shows dramatic footage of several kinds of ships (and a light...

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