The Most Scientific Video Of The Year
As an apology for what we’ve done to your brain—by which we mean its gradual disintegration—we present the best scientific videos of 2012. Take a look at the videos and rebuild your gray matter, and when your brain is robust enough that you feel you can vote responsibly, let us know which was your favorite scientific video of 2012.
Carl Sagan's "Pale Blue Dot"
22 years ago this month, Voyager 1, about 4 billion miles away, turned around and took its last photo of Earth. Carl Sagan wrote this about that photo, putting everything in perspective.
Mind Blowing Technology
A corporation in Burlington, Massachusetts has built a copy machine capable of scanning and building objects in 3D within an accuracy of 40 microns.
The Most Astounding Fact In The Universe
Neil deGrasse Tyson is the most well known astrophysicist in the world. I thought it was pretty interesting to hear what he thinks is the most astounding fact in the universe.
We Stopped Dreaming
I think it's worth half a penny. Anyone else?
What Skrillex on Piano Would Sound Like
Skrillex brought dubstep into the mainstrain with crazy drum beats and techno sounds. Now, hear what it would sound like on piano. It actually sounds kind of amazing.
Tupac Hologram At Coachella
Snoop Dogg and Dr. Dre. bring Tupac back as a hologram for one "final performance" at Coachella this weekend. This hologram caused a stir and even some rumors that Tupac was still alive. But in the end it's just an amazing trick that ended and amazing music festival.
A Fascinatingly Disturbing Thought
When it comes to science and outer space, Neil deGrasse Tyson is probably the most interesting person on the planet. More info about this video: Neil DeGrasse Tyson is having a hell of a year. Mainly because he will soon host the new science TV show "Cosmos." More info about this vid.
It's All About Perspective
A first person puzzler that looks like a 2D game, but you manipulate it using a 3D perspective. This will blow your mind.