Al Gore's acceptance speech for his Nobel Award.
This kid appeared on national television at age 17, having made a computer that composes music. What have you done with your life?
This "caveman" on the View owns its resident creationist.
Carl Sagan takes a trip to North Africa to look into how ancient people calculated the circumference of the Earth. Very interesting.
A tongue-in-cheek look at our most promising neighbour, planet Mars.
This evolutionary psychologist explains why people feel the need to applaud, literally, others. Very fascinating.
Can a tub of peanut butter disprove evolution? These religious "nuts" think so!
Michael J Fox makes a very logical case for stem cell research.
In case you needed a reminder that you are still - for all intents and purposes - a hairless monkey, here you go.
An interesting explanation of how to hack a 6-bolt battery. Use these instructions at your own risk, could be dangerous.
Supposedly this compound is 6 times heavier than air.
A fascinating video that tries to help our 3-dimensional minds understand what the tenth dimension might look like. Pretty trippy!
An educational video that shows you how to "hack" a toy radar gun. Neat!
Bill Nye appears in a CNN-hosted debate about the nature of global warming.
Surprisingly accurate future predictions about what computers would do in the future (this is from 1967). Includes obligatory hilarious sexism.
An old Carl Sagan video where he explains the basics of evolution.
A relatively simple explanation for how to boost the power on your wireless internet.
Does this mean we can finally make the flying cars that the Jetsons promised us?
Something neat to look at, and a bit of science to boot! What more could a geek want?
A cool video tutorial showing how - with the right software - you can remove vocals from your MP3s. Very useful.
"Help me Obi-Wan, you're my only hope!"
A demonstration of an awesome new hologram device.
A cool way to turn an old computer monitor into a small electrified fence. Proceed with caution, geeks!
Part 1 of a documentary on the legendary Milgram experiments, where people were led to believe that they were administering painful electric shocks to a test subject.
Part 2 of this documentary on the controversial Milgram Experiment.
Some safety advice about the world's most dangerous battery. One of these things exploded in my remote controlled car when I was a kid, proceed with caution geeks.
A unique guitar-like instrument amplified with electronics. Really neat.
Richard Dawkins discusses being raised in the Anglican church and how he began to doubt religion during his youth.
Richard Dawkins explains how the Halibut evolved in a way that clearly debunks creationism.
A very impressive computerized "mirror" made out of wood!
An instructional video showing how to make your own bendable tripod for a camera.
A cool computerized rube goldberg that some students made for their Computer Art class.
A very cool new Halloween decoration!
An educational video on how to hack 12-volt batteries. Use the advice at your own risk.
An educational clip explaining how to modify nerf guns to fire harder. You might not want to show this to your kids!
The mystery of Death Valley's moving rocks is solved at last, using science.
An instructional video that teaches you how to make a basic boomerang.
A medical marijuana user testifies before a State Assembly to explain the medical benefits of cannabis. Good for him.
An educational video that teaches you how to turn a flashlight into a high-powered laser pointer.
A simple experiment that gives you an idea of the effect that a cigarette has on your breathing.