Oct 312014
 
Oyster Filtering Dirty Water Is Surprising

You probably had no idea that adult oysters can filter 20 to 50 gallons of water per day. Don’t worry, that’s not really common information. To demonstrate their amazing cleaning abilities, Florida Oceanographic made this time lapse of an aquarium of oysters cleaning water. This video is from 2012, but has only gone viral now with over a quarter million hits!

 


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Oct 242014
 
Misconceptions About Food

Everyone knows that MSG is bad for you and causes headaches. But does it really? The FDA has studied MSG three times, and found that it is perfectly safe. Still, people believe MSG is bad and many other misconceptions about food, like that Twinkies never expire. They do. Mental Floss covers this and many other food misconceptions in this video.  

 


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Oct 232014
 
Why Is The Sun Yellow And The Sky Blue

Have you ever stopped to think why the sun looks yellow and the sky looks blue? Doesn’t the sun simply emit pure, glorious, clear light? And the sky obviously is clear as well. So why does the sun and sky appear to have color? Minute Physics explains in this new video

 


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Oct 232014
 
A Different Way To Visualize Rhythm

Most kids learn how to read a musical bar line at the beginning of their music careers. But it actually doesn’t make much sense to read music across a page. John Varney of TED-Education explains how a better to visualize rhythm is in a circle. The wheel method is a much more intuitive way to represent rhythm.  

 


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Oct 222014
 
PhotoMath Smartphone App Can Solve Any Math Problem

First there was the pocket calculator, and arithmetic became easier. Then scientific calculators helped with algebra. But now, everything in math class will forever change after this new app from mobile vision software company MicroBLINK goes viral. The new PhotoMath app can not only solve a difficult mathematical equation using any smart camera device, but it even shows the work! Kids have it so easy these days!

 


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