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The Existence of White Holes May Settle One of Physics’ Biggest Debates

Longtime viewers of this channel know that we talk about black holes a lot. We just can’t seem to get enough of them. We give them so much attention but today we’re going to talk about their bizarro twins, white holes. Basically, a white hole is the hypothetical opposite of a black hole. Now I’d…

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Why Do We Love Sugar?

As much as we hate to admit it, we all know that too much sugar is bad for our health – yet we still consume a lot of it. So… why do we love sugar? Back in the 1970s, researchers gave a group of one hundred babies three harmless solutions with different tastes; sweet, sour…

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The UK Is Racing to Build the World’s First Commercial Fusion Power Plant

We’re struggling to figure out what the future of sustainable energy looks like on our planet, and there are a lot of different directions we could go. The UK, however, made a bold move when they recently announced a huge investment in a prototype fusion power facility that could be functioning as a commercial power…

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Why We Love Sugar

I’m holding in my hands one of the most magnificent powerful marvelous chemicals in all of the universe and wondering if you would be okay with me if I had some Mmmm… It tastes so good Intro music This, my friends, is your run-of-the-mill table sugar It’s made out of some sugar beets… Or… from…

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A Southern-style biscuit recipe with Caltech’s Tom Mannion

Hi, I’m Tom Mannion. I’m the senior director for student activities and programs at Caltech. Today we’re going to have an opportunity to talk about how to cook biscuits in the southern style, and talk a little bit about the science, which is a really important feature of making a biscuit. When you add water…

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How To Make Sugar Rockets

In a previous project I went to the hobby store and picked up some F-class rocket motors, to try launching a rocket, made out of pool noodles. Now these motors are amazing, but the catch is they’re $17 each. So in this project let’s see if we can use powdered sugar and kitty litter, to…

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Peanut Butter Glows in the Dark

Greetings fellow nerds. I was recently informed of a very interesting property about peanut butter. Apparently it glows in the dark. Yeah I totally didn’t believe it either at first. All you need is some fresh peanut butter, pretty much any brand should work. Then you’re going to need a blue or violet laser pointer….

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What Thanksgiving Food Can STOP a Fire?

Hey there! Welcome to Life Noggin! Hey guys, dinner is ready! It’s um, it’s all pizza bagels. Everything else was burned! Thanksgiving is typically filled with friends, family, food, and football. But, during whatever festivities you take part in, it’s important to remember that it’s also one of the most dangerous times of the year….

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How To Make Butter At Home – Easy Experiment!

If you’re like most people, you probably use butter on a fairly regular basis. Of course there are plenty of great things you can do with butter, but in this project, we’re gonna to be making it. For this project I picked up a gallon of fresh cows milk right from the cow. I let…

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