The Fermi Paradox II — Solutions and Ideas – Where Are All The Aliens?

There are probably 10,000 stars for every grain of sand on Earth, in the observable universe. We know that there might be trillions of planets. So where are all the aliens? This is the Fermi Paradox. If you want to know more about it, watch part one. Here we look at possible solutions to the […]

Cold War Nuclear Fallout Is Still Affecting the Pacific, What Does That Mean for Us?

These nuclear weapon explosions were part of a series of 66 tests by the United States government during the Cold War. The tests were conducted on the Marshall Islands, a remote area of the Pacific Ocean earmarked for unlimited nuclear destruction. These are the islands today, which are mostly abandoned. Though they look like any […]

The Birth of The Tesla Motors – [4K] Documentary National Geographic

North Korea – All the dictator’s men | DW Documentary

this is a country where the war never ended [Music] every morning at exactly 6:00 a.m. loudspeakers across North Korea sound a morning wake-up call featuring the same melody every day a melody familiar from a revolutionary opera it tells the story of a young nurse at the front who has dedicated her life to […]

The Earth is Not Alone – Space Documentary HD

The earth is not alone in the last few years Scientists have found that our planet is just one of billions out there in the Milky Way galaxy There’s a really decent chance that there are more planets in the galaxy than there actually are stars We’re now scouring these planets for evidence of atmospheres […]

Apollo’s Most Important Discovery (Inside NASA’s Moon Rock Vault!)

Hey smart people, Joe here. This is our planet. And this is the moon. And this is how far apart they ACTUALLY are, to scale. You might not know this, but compared to other moons in our solar system, our moon is weird. It’s 1/80th of Earth’s mass, which may not sound like a lot, […]

Colorado Experience: Last Stop ’til Denver

[music playing] Four Mile House is the oldest standing structure in Denver. That building was built when Abraham Lincoln was president, when Colorado was not even a territory. It is a place where nobody famous lived, nothing famous happened. But it basically represents a great piece of social history. If you can imagine, you’ve been […]

How Much Energy Does the Internet Use? | Hot Mess 🌎

About half the world has internet access. That’s 3.6 billion people surfing the web. How much energy is that using? And what is our online world doing to our planet’s climate? Hey Alexa, how much electricity do you use? “Hmm I’m not sure” No worries, that’s what we’re here for. [OPEN] Hey! I’m Miriam, and […]

Welcome To Your New Home In Space | GIANT LEAP Ep. 2

Four rooms, earth view. Sounds far-fetched at the moment, doesn’t it? But you know we may be seeing ads like this in the not too distant future. Living away from earth has always captured our imagination. As well as providing the basics for survival, these ideas are a symbol of humankind’s unique creativity and ambition. […]


>>[Narrator] This is Húsavík, a small town in the north of Iceland and home to around twenty three hundred inhabitants. Husavik is famous for whale watching and it’s widely regarded as Iceland’s whale-watching capital. There’s a higher chance of seeing whales in the Shaky Bay than anywhere else in Iceland. This bay originally created by […]