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What Do Scientists Really Know About Polyphasic Sleep? SciShow

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It is important to get enough sleep, but what happens when you get those eight hours in little naps instead of in one big chunk at night? Hosted by: M...


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Scishow Quiz Show: Supersonic Giggles and Bat Cigars SciShow

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It's a rematch Battle of The SciShow Hosts on today's quiz show! Will Olivia be victorious again or will Hank "try those logarithms" and win the day? ...


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Teratomas: What Tumors with Teeth Can Teach Us About Stem Cells SciShow

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There's one kind of tumor that's basically straight out of a horror movie... Hosted by: Olivia Gordon Head to https://scishowfinds.com/ for hand selec...


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Meet the World's Worst Carnivo...

When you think of a wild carnivore, you might imagine a lion felling a wildebeest, but let us introduce you to the kinkajou, a tree-dwelling creature ...


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7 Medicines That Come from Super Toxic Critters SciShow

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Scorpion venom and insect poison sound really deadly, but scientists are increasingly turning them into medical treatments that save millions of lives...


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Why Does Time Slow Down During Car Accidents? SciShow

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Get 2 months of Skillshare for free: http://skl.sh/scishow7 The sensation of time slowing down during intense situations is a commonly reported phenom...


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How Junk Food Hacks Your Brain SciShow

How Junk Food Hacks Your Brain

Scientists think that evolution may not have prepared our brains for donuts, and an international research team has found out that some of earth's old...


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What Do Food Expiration Dates Actually Mean? SciShow

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Sell By, Best By, and Use By... do these dates actually tell you anything? Food science can be tricky, but we're here to clear some of it up. The Fina...


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How Safe Are Pesticides, Really? SciShow

How Safe Are Pesticides, Reall...

If you've heard anything about pesticides, it's probably about how toxic they are. But they make growing food more cost-effective, so when some make i...


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Killer Gulls Rip Into Whales and Murder Seal Pups SciShow

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If gulls just stole some of your chips while you were out trying to enjoy your lunch, you should feel lucky, because one species has recently develope...


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Invasive species destroying ecosystems are a huge problem, but there's hope that we can help mitigate the damage. Hosted by: Michael Aranda Head to .....


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5 Creepy Weather Phenomena That Shouldn SciShow

5 Creepy Weather Phenomena Tha...

Weather isn't all sunshine and rainbows—sometimes it's rain, and sometimes that rain looks like blood. Hosted by: Stefan Chin Head to https://scisho...


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Is it Good to Drink Beer After Working Out? SciShow

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The first 50 people get $50 off their first two weeks of Blue Apron, here!: https://cook.ba/2LC1OM3 Sponsored by Blue Apron Beer has water, electrolyt...


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Why Humans Feel Disgust, and Why Other Animals Might Too SciShow

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You might think something is so "icky" that you try avoid it, and scientists think there's a reason humans, and even some other animals, do this. Head...


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What Growing Mini Brains Has Taught Us, And What SciShow

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Scientists have developed a way to grow miniature versions of human organs; some of the weirdest organoids are the mini brains. Hosted by: Olivia Gord...


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Gina McCarthy on Public Health & Climate Change | SciShow Talk Show SciShow

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Humans are great at creating, and solving, problems. Hank talks with Gina McCarthy about the biggest public health problem we face today: climate chan...


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Why Do You Feel Butterflies in Your Stomach? SciShow

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It may have happened when you locked eyes with your secret crush, or before an important job interview, but what exactly caused that strange, flutteri...


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Three Creative Ways to Eradicate Diseases SciShow

Three Creative Ways to Eradica...

Smallpox is the first and only human disease we've totally wiped out. However, thanks to breakthroughs made while eradicating smallpox and a number of...


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6 Everyday Ways Science Protects You from Your Poop SciShow

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It's easy to take waste disposal for granted, so here are six ways modern technology has made your poop safer and less... gross. Hosted by: Hank Green...


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Why Do Wet Floors Slip, But Wet Clothes Stick? SciShow

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