Jan 152014
 
Boy Scientist Invents Better Sandbag To Protect Against Salt Water Floods

Peyton Robertson is a favorite of Ellen DeGenerous, and for good reason.

The young boy isn’t just s science prodigy, but he also is using his knowledge to make the world a better place.

Back in October, he won the 3M Young Scientist Challenge for his ingenious sand-less ‘sandbags’ invention that protect land from salt water floods better than traditional sandbags. 

His creation is covered on Mirror and HuffPost.

 


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Jun 112013
 

As their name suggest Periodic Videos is obsessed with all things science and chemical.

In this latest video of their to go viral, the professor discusses liquid oxygen, and conducts an eye-popping experiment by dropping a a hot charcoal into a bowl of liquid O2.

The results, especially caught by a super slow motion camera, are glorious. The week old video now stands with over 325,000 views

 


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Mar 012013
 

MIT professor Walter Lewin is a legend in the physics world. Spanish channel lainformacioncom had the special chance to interview the eccentric scientist and made this video about the professor which stands with over 135,000 views

 


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May 042012
 

The Large Hadron Collider was on top of the news in 2008, but has fallen back to just the topic of conversation of nerds and scientists now. 

A while back, science channel  wondered what would happen if someone obstructed the super powerful energy beam of the LHC with their hand. As usual, scientists disagree on the minor details, but all say it’s a very, very bad idea. 

Read more on TalkingPointsMemo.

 


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