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What Happens When You Get Electrocuted? SciShow

What Happens When You Get Elec...

Most of the cases we call “electrocutions” are actually electric shocks: an electric current running through a body. Whether an electric shock bec...


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The Trouble with This Year SciShow

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We here at SciShow know of two things that can help you get through this flu season: a flu shot, and watching this video. Make sure you do both! Hoste...


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Why Don’t Humans Have Penis Bones? SciShow

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Most other mammals have penis bones, so why don't we? Hosted by: Michael Aranda ---------- Support SciShow by becoming a patron on Patreon: https://ww...


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Science for Getting Swole: An Exercise Compilation SciShow

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New Year's resolutions often include a goal to exercise more, so we've put together a few of our favorite fitness-themed episodes into one place for o...


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Why Does Getting Water Up Your Nose Hurt So Much? SciShow

Why Does Getting Water Up Your...

Jumping into a refreshingly cold body of water on a hot summer day can feel wonderful, except for your nose. Why does it hurt so much when you get wat...


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A Deadly Mistake That Led to Safer Medicine | Elixir Sulfanilamide SciShow

A Deadly Mistake That Led to S...

In the 1930s, a mistake that cost over a hundred lives helped usher in a new era of safer medicine. We're conducting a survey of our viewers! If you h...


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Shrimp Treadmills and 5 Other Odd Research Projects SciShow

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Science isn't always a straightforward process. Here are 6 seemingly odd but absolutely creative ways researchers have approached their subjects. Spec...


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Is Sitting Too Close to the TV Really Bad for You? SciShow

Is Sitting Too Close to the TV...

It may be antiquated now, but the old pearl of wisdom: “Don't sit too close to the TV” was good advice in the 1960s We're conducting a survey of o...


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How Meltdown and Spectre Make Your Computer Vulnerable SciShow

How Meltdown and Spectre Make ...

Another year, another security breach that could expose all of your information. Installing updates might be a good New Year's resolution. Check out t...


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How Kodak Discovered Radioactive Rain SciShow

How Kodak Discovered Radioacti...

The Trinity Test had some unexpected consequences, including the creation of radioactive rain found hundreds of miles away from the test site. We're c...


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How Close Are We to Curing Alzheimer SciShow

How Close Are We to Curing Alz...

Researchers are working hard to understand the mechanics of Alzheimer's disease and other forms of dementia. So, how close are we to finding a cure? W...


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What Do Dogs See When They Watch TV? SciShow

What Do Dogs See When They Wat...

Some dogs just seem to love watching TV. But are they really watching what we see? We're conducting a survey of our viewers! If you have time, please ...


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The 7 Coolest Active Space Probes SciShow

The 7 Coolest Active Space Pro...

We've sent thousands of things into space over the years! Many of them just orbit the Earth, and some are flying out past the edges of the Solar Syste...


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The 1918 Pandemic: The Deadliest Flu in History SciShow

The 1918 Pandemic: The Deadlie...

The science behind why the 1918 flu is “the mother of all pandemics” continues to challenge scientists today. Olivia sheds some light on why this ...


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What Makes Radiators Bang So Loudly? SciShow

What Makes Radiators Bang So L...

If you hear a loud bang in the middle of the night, it is probably your radiator. But how does a hollow hunk of metal make such a loud noise? We're co...


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How the First Americans Got There SciShow

How the First Americans Got Th...

This week, researches published a genetic analysis of the 11500-year-old remains of a baby found in Alaska, near where the first Americans crossed the...


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Egyptian Blue: How an Ancient Pigment Could Save Lives SciShow

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The world's first artificial pigment, Egyptian blue, may help scientists prevent forgery and even save lives. We're conducting a survey of our viewers...


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Molecule Architecture: SciShow Talk Show with Dr. Orion Berryman SciShow

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Dr. Orion Berryman talks with Hank about the cool chemistry going on in his lab, and Jessi from Animal Wonders brings in Prickle the Hedgehog! Animal ...


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Can You Actually Die from a Broken Heart? SciShow

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It turns out this common phrase might have more of a basis in truth than you thought! We're conducting a survey of our viewers! If you have time, plea...


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The Science Behind Football SciShow

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If you've watch American football on television, you may have wondered how they make that yellow first down line look like it's actually down on the f...


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