Episode 2: Electric Boogaloo | Tesla vs Edison | Adult Animation

Good morning ladies and gentlemen! How we all doing today?! I can’t hear you! Fellow scientists… I promised you the future of electricity and today the future is… here! Nee-co-la! Nee-Co-La! E…Ed…Edison? Wh…what are you doing here? Well, I figured you could use some help with your little… science project! Just…just leave me alone Thomas! […]

The International Hunt for Dark Energy Is On, Here’s What’s Coming

We’re living in this time where most of the matter is dark. We’re not actually seeing it. And most of what we call the energy density of the universe appears to be dark as well. So, we’re in what I like to call this period of maximum ignorance right now, where we’ve learned a ton […]

Thunderbolts of the Gods | Official Movie

The Earth was once the center of the universe. It was flat. Then it was round and it circled the Sun. It was no longer the center of the universe. It was a tiny part of the Milky Way. The Milky Way was the only Galaxy. Except it wasn’t. It was only one of billions […]

Nuclear Physics: Crash Course Physics #45

E=mc^2 You hear it all the time. But what does it mean? During his study of special relativity, Albert Einstein found that mass and energy are equivalent, and that they can be converted back and forth between one another. He described that relationship mathematically, saying that the energy of a particle is equal to its […]

Nuclear Reactions, Radioactivity, Fission and Fusion

hey guys its professor Dave, let’s learn about nuclear reactions the electromagnetic force is responsible for the entirety of chemical phenomena. that positively charged protons and negatively charged electrons are attracted to one another is the reason that atoms form, the reason that chemical bonds and therefore molecules form, the reason that those chemical bonds […]

How Einstein’s Eclipse Changed the Course of Physics Forever

About every 18 months, the Moon passes directly between the Sun and the Earth for a total solar eclipse. This alignment casts a brief shadow on Earth that we can track … and its location changes each time. This year’s eclipse swept across South America, stretching over Chile and Argentina. It was visible over the […]