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If you’ve ever wanted time to slow down, we’ve got the answer. Just travel at the speed of light…or as close to it as possible. Yep, turns out the faster you travel at the speed of light, the slower time goes by. Here’s more detail about Einstein’s theory and … Continue reading…
Ever wondered how to get to Mars? It’s a no brainer that it would be complicated, but just what would it take? Watch as NASA details how it sent the robotic rover to Mars. It’s amazing how much planning and attention to detail went into the process.
How much do you think about the universe and the surrounding planets and stars? Other than the passing conversation about how Pluto is no longer a planet, most people don’t regularly think about our solar system. This video compares the sizes of our planets and stars, and what you … Continue reading…
Questions are the launchpad of discovery. Adam Savage shares how simple ideas led to great scientific discoveries thousands of years ago. Inertia and the circumference of the earth are only two of the examples. Here’s more on the simplicity of scientific discoveries.
Marine biologist David Gallo shares about the complexity and mystery of the ocean and marine life. We have only explored 5% of the ocean’s vast realm. Learn more about the famed sinking of the Titanic and fascinating features of the ocean floor.
Did you know play-doh can teach your child about electricity and circuits? That’s right, play-doh conducts electricity. Scientist, and mom, AnnMarie Thomas shares how to create circuits with play-doh to teach your child the power of creativity and circuit electricity.
Nature is all around us. Architect Barry Berkus shares how he takes inspiration from nature to create architectural designs. Watch as he creates a village inspired by a flower.
Do you know how big planet Earth is? How about Mars or Saturn? Do you know which star is the biggest? This short video compares the sizes of planets and stars in our solar system, and we think your children will love it!
Everything is made of atoms. But how big is an atom? Or how about an atom’s nucleus? This short video demonstrates just how small the atom is in relation to everyday objects like a grapefruit or blueberries.