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  • SciShow Quiz Show: Weird Animal Parenting
    SciShow Quiz Show: Weird Animal Parenting
    How do adult strawberry poison frogs pass on toxins to their tadpoles? What happens when scientists add iodine to axolotl tanks? Find out, as our How To Adult ...
  • How Do Those Rock Sculptures Stay Up?
    How Do Those Rock Sculptures Stay Up?
    You may have seen rock sculptures seemingly defying physics in your newsfeed, but what's actually happening? Hosted by: Olivia Gordon ---------- Support ...
  • The Man Who Tried to Give Himself An Ulcer... For Science
    The Man Who Tried to Give Himself An Ulcer... For Science
    In 1984, Dr. Barry Marshall had a theory about ulcers that he couldn't convince the science community of. So, he took matters into his own hands... or stomach, ...
  • How
    How "Flying Death" Has Saved Hundreds of Lives
    Curare, known as "flying death," was used for centuries to make poisoned arrows. Scientists discovered how to use it to create life saving medical treatments that ...
  • Can You Be Allergic To Sunlight?
    Can You Be Allergic To Sunlight?
    For you, going outside might mean a sunburn if you're out there too long without enough sunscreen, but for some people, any sun exposure can lead to hives ...
  • Are Modern Humans Really Older Than We Thought?
    Are Modern Humans Really Older Than We Thought?
    Until recently, fossil evidence for modern humans has only gone back 200000 years. A new discovery in Morocco and thermoluminescence dating may help ...
  • Your Microbiome and Your Brain
    Your Microbiome and Your Brain
    We've talked about the trillions of microbes inside you before, but we're learning that these little creatures may have more influence than you thought! Meet your ...
  • Can Hot Tubs Make You Sick?
    Can Hot Tubs Make You Sick?
    Soaking in a hot tub is a great way to relax your tired body, but it also comes with some microbial risks. Hosted by: Hank Green ---------- Support SciShow by ...
  • Why Is My Pee Green?
    Why Is My Pee Green?
    How worried should you be when your urine isn't yellow, but instead it's green, red, or even black? Hosted by: Hank Green ---------- Support SciShow by ...
  • 3 Mind-Blowing Recent Dinosaur Discoveries
    3 Mind-Blowing Recent Dinosaur Discoveries
    From new insights into how we classify dinosaurs, to the structure of their feathers, to the timeline of their embryonic development, paleontologists are still ...
  • What Causes Runner's High?
    What Causes Runner's High?
    After a good distance of running, you might have felt a sensation of happiness. That is the runner's high and some chemicals in your body cause it. Hosted by: ...
  • The Mystery of the Cleveland-Lloyd Dinosaur Death Trap
    The Mystery of the Cleveland-Lloyd Dinosaur Death Trap
    Paleontologists think they've solved part of the mystery of the Cleveland-Lloyd Dinosaur Quarry, a dense bed of Jurassic dinosaur fossils. Also, electron ...
  • 5 Undervalued Scientists: Great Minds Compilation
    5 Undervalued Scientists: Great Minds Compilation
    Take some time with us to look back on a few of our episodes about scientists who deserve a little more recognition than they got. Hosted by: Hank Green 0:41 ...
  • Why Are So Many Pro Athletes Lefties?
    Why Are So Many Pro Athletes Lefties?
    Only 10% of the world is left handed, so why are so many athletes lefties? Hosted by: Hank Green ---------- Support SciShow by becoming a patron on Patreon: ...
  • Is Sugar Alcohol as Awesome as It Sounds?
    Is Sugar Alcohol as Awesome as It Sounds?
    Sugar alcohol sounds like a fun adult dessert, but what is it really? Hosted by: Stefan Chin ---------- Support SciShow by becoming a patron on Patreon: ...
  • Can You Learn Perfect Pitch?
    Can You Learn Perfect Pitch?
    Some people can identify a pitch without even looking at sheet music. Is it something they're born with or can it be learned? Hosted by: Hank Green ...
  • 6 of the Coolest New Species Discovered in the Last Year
    6 of the Coolest New Species Discovered in the Last Year
    Check out Ms. Spider Hat and five other new species scientists have discovered and classified in the last year! Hosted by: Hank Green ---------- Support SciShow ...
  • 7 Amazing Origami-Inspired Inventions
    7 Amazing Origami-Inspired Inventions
    Scientists and engineers are taking folding into the future! Hosted by: Hank Green ---------- Support SciShow by becoming a patron on Patreon: ...
  • 3 Wasps That Will Do Anything to Survive
    3 Wasps That Will Do Anything to Survive
    From ripping your own appendages off to cockroach mind control, wasps go to great lengths to ensure the survival of their species. Hosted by: Hank Green ...
  • Why Do Dogs Tilt Their Heads?
    Why Do Dogs Tilt Their Heads?
    There's no question that a dog tilting its head is one of the cutest things possible, but why do they do it? Hosted by: Michael Aranda ---------- Support SciShow by ...
  • Making Materials That Heal Themselves
    Making Materials That Heal Themselves
    You might not need to throw away your broken glasses and get new ones anymore, thanks to these unique materials that can heal themselves! Hosted by: ...
  • Why Is Salt So Bad for You, Anyway?
    Why Is Salt So Bad for You, Anyway?
    You've probably been told that eating too much salt is bad for you, especially if you have high blood pressure. But what exactly does salt do to our bodies that ...
  • Why Was the WannaCry Attack Such a Big Deal?
    Why Was the WannaCry Attack Such a Big Deal?
    On Friday, May 12th, 2017, the ransomware program WannaCry started spreading to computers all over the world at an alarming rate. A couple days later, it was ...
  • Does Anti-Aging Cream Work?
    Does Anti-Aging Cream Work?
    You can't open up a magazine without seeing someone with impossibly smooth skin selling some sort of "anti-aging" cream, but could some of these products ...
  • Statistical Paradoxes with MinutePhysics - SciShow Talk Show
    Statistical Paradoxes with MinutePhysics - SciShow Talk Show
    Henry Reich of MinutePhysics and MinuteEarth talks about statistical paradoxes and quantum entanglement. Afterwards, Jessi from Animal Wonders joins the ...
  • How Do Curveballs Change Direction in Midair?
    How Do Curveballs Change Direction in Midair?
    It's amazing how professional baseball players can throw very fast curveballs, but do you know how do curveballs change direction in midair? Hosted by: Stefan ...
  • 3 Genes That Give People Superpowers
    3 Genes That Give People Superpowers
    There are genetic mutations in the population today that can grant people some seemingly superhuman abilities. To get your 23andMe kit, go to: ...
  • What Does My Pee Say About Me?
    What Does My Pee Say About Me?
    The pee you just flushed without thinking could be a great sample to know what is going on in your body! Hosted by: Olivia Gordon ---------- Support SciShow by ...
  • Your Sense of Smell Is Better Than You Think
    Your Sense of Smell Is Better Than You Think
    Human's sense of smell seems to be better than most people think, and an Australian museum teamed up with some rock climbers to try to help save an ...
  • Why Is Fake Blood so Hard to Make?
    Why Is Fake Blood so Hard to Make?
    Functional artificial blood could solve a lot of problems, so why hasn't it been created yet? Hosted by: Hank Green ---------- Support SciShow by becoming a ...
  • 5D, Holograms, & DNA: Amazing Hard Drives of the Future
    5D, Holograms, & DNA: Amazing Hard Drives of the Future
    Today's data storage solutions have an expiration date. What's on the horizon to replace them? Hosted by: Michael Aranda ---------- Support SciShow by ...
  • Is Running Really Bad for Your Knees?
    Is Running Really Bad for Your Knees?
    Have you ever worried that running causes more problems than it solves? Hosted by: Stefan Chin ---------- Support SciShow by becoming a patron on Patreon: ...
  • Xenophyophores: The Strange Life of a Giant Single Cell
    Xenophyophores: The Strange Life of a Giant Single Cell
    You may think of single-celled organisms as being microscopically small, but these ocean dwellers are a little heftier than that. Hosted by: Hank Green ...
  • Why Are There So Many Species Near the Equator?
    Why Are There So Many Species Near the Equator?
    Tropical rainforests are known for being super biologically diverse – they're full of different species, from colorful birds and insects to plants and fungi.
  • How Do Flowers Know When to Bloom?
    How Do Flowers Know When to Bloom?
    Flowers tend not to own calendars, so how do they know when to bloom? Hosted by: Hank Green ---------- Support SciShow by becoming a patron on Patreon: ...
  • Anatomy of a Super Storm
    Anatomy of a Super Storm
    On the weekend of April 29th and 30th this year, a series of thunderstorms slammed the southern and midwestern US. SciShow News takes a look at those ...
  • SciShow Quiz Show: Humans, Airplanes, and Sex
    SciShow Quiz Show: Humans, Airplanes, and Sex
    What happens if you eat too many raw eggs? What are those little rods sticking out of airplane wings? All this, and more as Nicole Sweeney, host of Crash ...
  • Why Is the Ocean Blue?
    Why Is the Ocean Blue?
    You may have satisfied your inner five-year-old by learning why the sky is blue, but where does the ocean's color come from? Hosted by: Olivia Gordon ...
  • Visual Illusions: Why You See Things That Aren't There
    Visual Illusions: Why You See Things That Aren't There
    Correction: This episode was written by Jon Parnell* What's the deal with all those little flashes of light you see when you close your eyes? And why do truck ...
  • Why Does Cold Brew Coffee Taste Better?
    Why Does Cold Brew Coffee Taste Better?
    Like it or hate it, cold brew coffee definitely tastes different than regular ol' drip, and it's all thanks to science. Hosted by: Hank Green Learn more about making ...
  • Growing Lambs in High-Tech Plastic Bags
    Growing Lambs in High-Tech Plastic Bags
    We're closer than ever to growing life in artificial wombs, and we've learned a bit more about how glucose and protein affect exercise endurance. Hosted by: ...
  • How Are Search Engines So Fast?
    How Are Search Engines So Fast?
    Google can find something for you on the other side of the world in less than a second. Why does your personal computer take so much longer? Hosted by: ...
  • 6 of the Longest Experiments Ever
    6 of the Longest Experiments Ever
    From the bell that hasn't stopped ringing, to observing evolution in action, SciShow presents 6 of the Longest Experiments Ever. Hosted by: Hank Green ...
  • Why Are Some People Double-Jointed?
    Why Are Some People Double-Jointed?
    You might have a friend who is “double-jointed" and can bend their fingers in freaky ways. Why are they are so flexible? Hosted by: Stefan Chin ---------- Support ...
  • Why Don’t Humans Have Whiskers?
    Why Don’t Humans Have Whiskers?
    You might have a beard, or a moustache, or even a soul patch. What you don't have are whiskers. Hosted by: Hank Green SciShow Talk Show with Dr. Amanda ...
  • What Happens If A Plane Gets Struck By Lightning?
    What Happens If A Plane Gets Struck By Lightning?
    If you're flying on a plane in a thunderstorm, you should be more worried about the wind than the lightning. Hosted by: Olivia Gordon ---------- Support SciShow ...
  • SciShow Marches for Science
    SciShow Marches for Science
    SciShow heads to Washington D.C. to join the March for Science and interview people about why they feel science is important to them. Hosted by: Michael ...
  • Why Can't You Use Your Phone on a Plane?
    Why Can't You Use Your Phone on a Plane?
    Whether you've got the latest iPhone or the same flip phone you've had since 2002, you're still asked to turn off your device before take off. Why is that? Hosted ...
  • Getting Crayfish Drunk... For Science!
    Getting Crayfish Drunk... For Science!
    What can drunk crayfish tell us about how being social can affect our physiology? Hosted by: Hank Green ---------- Support SciShow by becoming a patron on ...
  • Why Do Humans Have Menopause?
    Why Do Humans Have Menopause?
    The human body is full of mysteries, but we can start to solve those mysteries with help from science and the bodies of grandma whales. SciShow is nominated ...