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98%VideoOct 2013

What is a turnaround?

(3:30) Educational video about the process oil refineries go through when they make repairs or build new machinery.

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98%VideoDec 2014

Isaac Asimov on the Greenhouse Effect in 1989

(2:39) From a presentation at the Humanist Institute in New York in 1989, showing that climate change has been an issue for scientists for many decades.

(8 comments)

98%VideoDec 2011

Brian Cox demonstrates why atoms are empty

(6:27) Particle physicist Brian Cox gives a science lesson to celebrities with some helping wrist-action from comedian Simon Pegg and physicist Jim Al-Khalili.

(2 comments)

98%VideoSep 2012

Lawrence Krauss on the poetry of the universe

(1:59) Canadian-American theoretical physicist Laurence Krauss speaks about the poetry of the universe.

(5 comments)

98%VideoJul 2012

Fact: Bank bailouts cost more than UK science since Jesus!

(0:41) Professor Brian Cox makes a thought-provoking point - that the bank bailouts in one year cost more than Britain spent on science since Jesus.

(2 comments)

98%VideoSep 2014

Brian Cox explains quantum mechanics in 60 seconds

(1:25) British physicist Brian Cox is challenged to explain the rules of quantum mechanics in just one minute.

97%VideoDec 2013

Neil deGrasse Tyson and Neil Gaiman discuss religion and science

(8:05) Why does religion have such a persistent hold on human thought despite all that we know in science?

(18 comments)

97%VideoSep 2011

Colour is in the eye of the beholder

(7:56) Fascinating BBC Horizon clip shows the link between colour and language, as demonstrated by tests with the Himba tribe of Namibia.

(30 comments)

97%VideoJun 2011

Monster shredder at work

(5:03) With an appetite for anything, you wouldn't want to get your finger caught in this hungry machine.

(54 comments)

97%VideoOct 2012

Brian Cox: We live in a society that is entirely based on science

(17:48) Professor Brian Cox attacks bad science and criticises the lack of funding for the critically important STEM subjects (Science, Technology, Engineering, Mathematics).

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