This video explains how to make your own infrared goggles for ten dollars.
Penn & Teller uncover the truth about bottled water in their TV show "Bullshit". Don't buy bottled water.
An Aphex Twin song as shown through a spectrogram. Fast-forward to the very end and you will see the spectrogram turn into a face... Very crazy.
A cool science experiment that demonstrates viscosity (I think...). Pretty funny that the scientist has trouble counting to 5, lol.
Try and build this aerodynamic paper airplane! Looks awesome.
The trailer to a documentary about cars that run on vegetable oil, featuring Noam Chomsky, Morgan Freeman and others. Looks intriguing.
Beautiful video footage of space debris streaking through the night sky.
This massive winged creature is actually the world's largest ant. Watch it land and be taken away by a swarm so that it can mate with their queen.
The "ghetto science" guy takes a look at how damaging just 1 cigarette can be to the body.
This woman shows off her tiny mobile home that was built to be ecologically-friendly. This is really cool, but where's the internet?!
Which is it, magic or physics? I'll give you a hint: IT'S PHYSICS.
You won't believe how stupid the contestant - AND audience - are in this clip from the French "Who Wants to be a Millionaire" show. What a moron.
This student makes fun of an idiotic real-world Physics assignment from his textbook by acting it out for the camera.
A nature video that shows the strangest bird mating ritual you'll ever see! Poor guy, he tried to hard to impress her...
Check out how this sand expands and absorbs water!
A cute little Astronomy short explaining the physics of why the Moon doesn't fall down to Earth.
First the computer desktop was made to resemble an actual desktop... But now real desktops and being made to resemble computer desktops! Interesting.
Check out all of the technology and features incorporated into modern Japanese toilets.
Footage from a camera attached to the Space Shuttle Discovery's Booster Rocket, filming from takeoff to the point where the Booster detaches and falls to the ocean.
The violent chemical raction that occurs when a gummy bear is dropped into a tube of molten potassium chlorate.
Try to count how many passes are made between white-shirt players in this video... The results at the end will probably blow you away!
A new CBC interview with prominent scientist Richard Dawkins, in which he debunks religion with science and rationality.
This video explains a "cool" way to decrease the heat your computer emits as well as turn your cpu into an aquarium!
id Software shows off their latest engine. I really wish these guys would learn that it takes more than pretty graphics to make a fun video game.
This high school physics geek drops some bombs over a beat for his Physics class. Pretty well done.
An instructional video that teaches you how to produce fire with a pop can and a chocalate bar wrapper.
Ever noticed how the sound quality in many modern albums isn't what it should be? Most record companies mix for loudness, not quality, as this video illustrates perfectly.
If you take a car moving at 100km/h, and launch a ball from it in the opposite direction at a velocity of 100km/h, what do you think will happen?
One of the co-founders of Apple Computers takes a trip down memory lane by explaining how their first computers were made.
Yakko of the Animaniacs explains the epic proportions of our universe with this song and dance. Funny.
A Discovery channel clip that discusses this scientist's theory for making a real-life time machine.
A fascinating look into what made the human mind evolve to produce things like art and science.
An interesting invention that seems to turn salt water into energy... But does it lose more energy than it ultimately produces?
This industrial machine has been converted into a ride... Look how dangerously close the passenger's head is to the ground at the start! Risky.
A short video pointing out how irrational and contradictory the idea of "hell" really is.
A satirical reply to Richard Dawkins' "The God Delusion". Pretty funny.
This is a group of scientists and technology geeks who are working to develop artificial intelligence and ensure that it remains benevolent in its treatment of humans. Very fascinating.
An interesting news report about how over-hyped Corn Ethanol has been as an alternative energy source.
Carl Sagan explains the cosmic calendar and the origins of the universe.
The famous explosion of the airship Hindenburg. "Oh, the humanity!"