I’ve always wanted to learn another language; I think it would make my brain smarter 🙂
Click over to here to see the list of more and most challenging languages.
Check out the first high-resolution footage from the International Space Station’s ultra-hi-res camera.
By the way, the video notes that for those worried about privacy, the camera’s lens will not be able to make out individual’s faces.
There are almost 300 million people in the world who are colorblind. This short video shares what happened when EnChroma partnered with Valspar Paint to help people experience color for the first time.
The glasses in the video feature EnChroma Cx lenses, which help separate and filter colors.
Watch a dad see his sons drawings in color for the first time.
The video has gone viral with almost 900K views in a few days.
An Oklahoma City FOX affiliate cut 15 seconds from the broadcast of Cosmos with Neil deGrasse Tyson on Sunday night when an ‘operator error’ interrupted it with a local news promotion.
Posted on the station’s Twitter feed was this explanation: “Sunday, during Cosmos, a local news promo was aired over a portion of COSMOS content. This was an operator error & we regret the error.”
The 15 seconds that were cut were the only part of the series that mentions human evolution:
“Three and a half million years ago our ancestors, yours and mine, left these traces. We stood up, and parted ways from them. Once we stood on two feet, our eyes were no longer fixated on the ground. Now we were free to look up, and wonder.”
From the folks at It’s OK to be Smart:
When you really think about it, kissing is an odd human behavior. You know, all the rubbing of our faces all over each other. So there must be a good reason why we do it, right?
From motherly comforts to testing the genetic compatibility of your “mate” . . . the science of kissing is pretty awesome.
The AsapSCIENCE guys are back explaining some of the reasons why men lose their hair, and how it can – or not – be related to your mother’s day.
Learn something new in 2 minutes and sound smarter at your next cocktail hour!
Time for some more interesting facts to make your head explode! Now you can sound even smarter around your friends with these simple but super fun facts about life!
Written and created by Mitchell Moffit (twitter @mitchellmoffit) and Gregory Brown (twitter @whalewatchmeplz).
The fab, fun guys as AsapSCIENCE have a new two minute science lesson for us today.
If you were to compress the evolution of the world into one 24 hour period, this is how 4.5 billion years would play out.
Cool. Love these guys.