October 2012 Archives
This is an ingenious machine for killing moths, it attracts them with a smell and then sprays them with a fungus.
You may have seen what Neanderthals really looked like on QI. In this clip, a science presenter adopts a Neanderthal mask and walks through the streets of San Francisco.
Spoiler alert. The sealion wins. How can something look so cute while it is destroying another creature?
Richard Hammond has a new BBC show all about geology. This clip is a great example of the sheer awesomeness of volcanos.
What would happen if every creature in the animal kingdom had a human skeleton?
It doesn't do anything but move balls around, but this lego contraption isn't half impressive.
Not sure this viral shows an entirely positive side of CPR, but it's a great way to get the message across.
There are mysterious underwater circles just off the coast of Japan. Aliens? No, pufferfish.
Do you ever wonder why traffic jams sometimes appear from absolutely nowhere? Japanese scientists show that it is inevitable...
A calculator. Made of wood. If you want to do a sum, just drop a couple of marbles.
What happens if you pop a water balloon in microgravity?