Apr 212014
Adorable Animation Depicts The Battle Between Cells And Viruses

There’s a war going on right now inside of you. Every second, your healthy cells are battling invading bacteria and viruses that are being spread by other people and animals. Thankfully, our cells are ready for battle, and have a variety of defensive mechanisms. 

As a part of TED-Ed, Shannon Stiles takes viewers on an exciting micro-biological journey as she explains how our cells fight infiltrating viruses in this adorable animation. 


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Apr 082014
Why Is Ketchup So Hard To Pour

Everyone loves ketchup, but there’s nothing more annoying than spending five minutes attempting to get the ketchup out of one of those classic glass bottles. It takes forever! By the time it comes out, your fries are cold.

Why is that? Why is ketchup so hard to pour?

George Zaidan of TED-Ed explains in this educational animation that ketchup is a non-Newtonian fluid and has a very complex viscosity. 


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Jan 142014
The mystery Of Motion Sickness Animation

Have you ever been reading a book while riding in a car and felt sick? Odds are, you felt motion sick. 

But why do we often feel sick while driving or flying? And is there a cure?

Rose Eveleth of TED-Ed explains that like the common cold, there really isn’t a cure. She delves deep into the subject of the mystery of motion sickness in this new trending animation


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