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How Do You Make Clear Ice?
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How Do You Make Clear Ice?

Hey, I’m Josh Clark and this is “Brain Stuff.” And have you ever been like, look at this ice. This is terrible ice. I can’t even see through it. It’s disgusting. How do I make clear ice? Well, I’m here

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Jimmy Kimmel & Jim Parsons Present the Funniest Words
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Jimmy Kimmel & Jim Parsons Present the Funniest Words

RESEARCHERS IN THE UNITED KINGDOM HAVE — ACCORDING TO THEM, THEY’VE SCIENTIFICALLY IDENTIFIED THE FUNNIEST WORD IN THE ENGLISH LANGUAGE, AND THAT WORD IS “BOOTY.” MAYBE THAT’S FUNNY IN ENGLAND. BUT I’M NOT SURE THAT IT’S THAT FUNNY OVER HERE.

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Why are Some Ice Cubes Clear and Others Cloudy?
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Why are Some Ice Cubes Clear and Others Cloudy?

Unless you happen to have a specialized ice machine in your home, it is practically guaranteed that the ice your freezer makes is of the cloudy variety. A popular and well known trick to making clear(er) ice is to either

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CERN’s Ambitious Plan to Build the Largest Particle Smasher Ever
Something Is Creating and Removing Oxygen on Mars | SciShow News
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Something Is Creating and Removing Oxygen on Mars | SciShow News

{♫Intro♫} The Curiosity rover has been hard at work on Mars—both finding mysteries and trying to solve them. This is a detective story! Last year it discovered that levels of methane in the atmosphere were mysteriously changing. And now our

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STEM Transfer Event at IDEA Campus

Recently, Irvine Valley College hosted a STEM transfer fair at the new IDEA campus in Tustin. STEM stands for science, technology, engineering, and mathematics. The focus of this event was to inform students who are majoring in these areas of

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S3 E2: Makers (Direct Current – An Energy.gov Podcast)
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S3 E2: Makers (Direct Current – An Energy.gov Podcast)

Picture a science lab in your head. Just any science lab. What kind of stuff is in there? Odds are one of the first things that comes to mind is glassware. Test tubes, beakers, bubbling flasks of mystery liquids, that

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The Yellowstone Volcano: Past, Present and Future
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The Yellowstone Volcano: Past, Present and Future

So please welcome Jake Lowenstern to talk about Yellowstone. For the next hour or so, we’re going to talk about Yellowstone. Yellowstone, for those who haven’t been there, it’s in the northwest corner of Wyoming. About 1000 miles to the

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Voyager 2’s Notes from Interstellar Space | SciShow News
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Voyager 2’s Notes from Interstellar Space | SciShow News

[♪ INTRO] Sending a spacecraft to explore far-off places in the solar system is cool. But you know what’s even cooler? Sending spacecraft to explore outside the solar system. It’s new terrain for human-made objects, and we’ve only done it

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What Exactly is the Present?
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What Exactly is the Present?

At the 1939 world’s fair in New York, the exciting new tech was the live television broadcast. Roosevelt became the first president to address the nation live on TV But for years leading up to this event, engineers have been

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