These are some of the scariest and shocking science experiments Subscribe to our channel: —————————————————————————————– Description: There is a fine line between innovation and insanity. The scientific field has always tested the moral boundaries of society from the use of human cadavers to transplanting body parts onto living animals. While these discoveries and experiments are unsavory in regard to ethics, they have paved the way for scientific advancement. —————————————————————————————– Our Social Media: Facebook: Twitter: Instagram: —————————————————————————————– Featuring: The Human Cyborg Weight of the Soul The Homunculus Elephants on Acid Reanimated Corpse Prison Experiment Ape and Child [More]
Explosions at The Lucky Penny Shop! Butch loves food and science, watch and see what happens! Buy Here ▶ More Clifford Science Kits: Lucky Penny Thoughts: Butch and LPS-Dave take you through a group of experiments, from exploding marshmallows and plastic bags to dancing pasta! This will surely be a fun series to watch as they go through all of the different experiments in this kit. The Young Scientists Club has a lot of great kits and it was cool to see Clifford The Big Red Dog with his own Food Science Kit! Stay tuned for more episodes. [More]
National geographic – Science of Stupid – Episode 12
Baby Olinguito, New Species Found in Amazon, Exoplanets and more! New species of dolphin discovered, baby Olinguito, and over 400 new species found in Amazon! Read More About This Week's Stories: Three new vertebrate specie… From: IFLScience Views: 22695 899 ratings Time: 03:39 More in Science & Technology
Olinguito, Dog Lions, Jetpacks and more! – IFLScience Would you be fooled into thinking a dog is a lion? Kids ever bug you so much you want to consume them? How about your very own personal jetpack?! Elise Andre… From: IFLScience Views: 302044 9720 ratings Time: 02:54 More in Science & Technology
    Photo credit: Artist’s conception of the extrasolar ring system circling J1407b is shown. The best fit model is consistent with a system of at least 30 rings, and there are gaps where satellites (“exomoons”) may have already formed / Ron Miller A young exoplanet called J1407b has a gigantic ring system that’s much heavier and about 200 times larger than the rings of Saturn. Astronomers discovered the giant planet or possibly a brown dwarf (that is, a failed star) when it eclipsed a very young sun-like star called J1407. This ring system—the first of its kind to be [More]
There’s no shortage of heartwarming videos on YouTube, and this is no exception. In the short clip, you get to see the moment when a legally blind woman sees her newborn baby boy for the first time, thanks to a pair of innovative electronic specs.