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VideoAug 2011

The Climate Factor, global warming warning from 1984

US government film produced by NOAA (National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration) warning of a warming planet. This idea was actually considered much earlier. In 1896, Swedish scientist Svante August Arrhenius proposed that carbon dioxide emissions from the burning of coal would enhance the Earth's greenhouse effect and lead to global warming.

VideoMay 2009

The World of Chemistry

Periodic party holds elements of fun

VideoDec 2015

Ellen meets 3-year-old Periodic Table expert

(5:09) Early days of a gifted chemist.

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VideoDec 2019

Just Have a Think | Could there ever be a sustainable aviation industry?

(12:06) Is liquid hydrogen the path to a carbon-free flying future?

VideoOct 2019

Answers With Joe | The worst greenhouse gas might surprise you

(13:08) CO2 does warm the planet, but how can so little (0.04% of the atmosphere) have such a big effect?

VideoDec 2015

David Pakman - Massive methane leak in California is not news

(4:09) Did you know that a massive methane leak in California, discovered in October, is the biggest catastrophe since BP's disaster in the Gulf of Mexico in 2010.

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VideoAug 2011

Small nuclear reactor in the kitchen

Swedish man Richard Handl was arrested for trying to split atoms in his kitchen. Scientist from Nottingham University, Steve Liddle, discusses the issues.

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VideoSep 2013

Iodine clock reaction

(2:09) There is no trick editing in this video. What you see is how it happens.

VideoOct 2010

Experiencing atmospheric pressure

Chemistry teacher uses vacuum cleaner to suck out air from around his students, allowing atmospheric pressure (approximately 14 pounds per square inch) to be exerted on their bodies

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VideoNov 2018

Electric Cars - Batteries vs Hydrogen Fuel Cells

(16:21) Batteries are winning over hydrogen fuel cells as the way to provide electricity for electric vehicles. But do hydrogen fuel cells have a future?

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