Month: September 2020

Cobra Kai Never Dies!  After Netflix acquired Cobra Kai from YouTube Red, it quickly became the #1 streaming show in America. The renewed interest has fans wondering what styles of Karate are portrayed in the series, just like they did back in the 80s when The Karate Kid first came out. Cobra Kai takes plenty
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IMAGE: An international team led by researchers at McMaster University has developed an artificial lung to support pre-term and other newborn babies in respiratory distress. view more  Credit: McMaster University HAMILTON, ON, Sept. 29, 2020 — An international team led by current and former McMaster University researchers has developed an artificial lung to support pre-term and
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Sometimes your cat looks at you like they’re just absolutely revolted. So, does your cat think you’re gross? Hosted by: Hank Green Head to https://scishowfinds.com/ for hand selected artifacts of the universe! ———- Support SciShow by becoming a patron on Patreon: https://www.patreon.com/scishow ———- Dooblydoo thanks go to the following Patreon supporters: Lazarus G, Sam Lutfi,
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Magicians! Season 4 rolls on, as all Fillorian animals have been struck dumb, the Eliot-monster continues his god-killing quest, Penny and Marina have some wibbly-wobbly timey-wimey adventures, and Alice moves to…Modesto? Join hosts Ty Matthews and Adrian Snow as they talk about it! ABOUT THE MAGICIANS: The Magicians is a fantasy television series that premiered
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Going into Digimon Adventure: Last Evolution Kizuna I was apprehensive. The previous installment in the Digimon Adventure series, the six tri. movies, crashed and burned so badly it killed any enthusiasm I had for that original Adventure continuity. Starting off with so much potential they quickly devolved into awkward fan service (of all kinds), bad pacing,
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IMAGE: Seamus Curran, a physics professor at the University of Houston, has developed a coating designed designed to be used on air filters, capable of capturing airborne virus particles and trapping… view more  Credit: University of Houston A physics professor from the University of Houston has developed a nanotech coating designed to allow air filters to
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We know that DNA molecules express heredity through genetic information. However, in the past few years, scientists have discovered that DNA can conduct electrical currents. This makes it an interesting candidate for roles that nature did not intend for this molecule, such as smaller, faster and cheaper electric circuits in electronic devices, and to detect
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When it comes to Yakko, Wacko, and Dot Warner, the trio is meant to come off as timeless. They’re sentient retcons, created in the early 1990s, but also canonically existing since the 1930s. Much like Bugs Bunny (and unlike Buster Bunny), it doesn’t matter what decade they’re doing their hijinks in. That’s why it’s so
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IMAGE: INRS Professor Mohamed Mohamedi, a specialist in electrochemistry and micro energy systems. view more  Credit: Christian Fleury The research team of INRS (Institut national de la recherche scientifique) Professor Mohamed Mohamedi has designed a green membraneless fuel cell that uses oxygen from the air. The results of this innovative microfluidic application–a first in Canada–were published
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Acids are widely considered to be the scariest chemical compounds of all, but bases can be just as powerful. Most powerful of all are a special class of pH scale-defying bases called superbases! Hosted by: Hank Green ———- Support SciShow by becoming a patron on Patreon: https://www.patreon.com/scishow ———- Dooblydoo thanks go to the following Patreon
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#stargirl #CW #review Episode 3 We learn more about Jordan Mankent aka Icicle, the leader of the Injustice Society. The episodes begins with a flashback from 8 years ago as we see Icicle’s wife dying.  On her deathbed makes him vow to continue with the nefarious unknown plan, with the words “if anyone tries to
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Light travels through space as fast as anything in the universe possibly can, but before scientists could figure out light’s speed, they had to figure out whether that speed was even finite. SciShow has a spinoff podcast! It’s called SciShow Tangents. Check it out at http://www.scishowtangents.org Host: Reid Reimers ———- Support SciShow by becoming a
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Ever wonder what effect a crosstown might have on vampires? Netflix’s upcoming horror comedy is an educational look at an urban problem. There’s a lot of things happening in the neighborhood right now. Keep your eyes open. That may sound vague, but the new Vampires vs. the Bronx trailer is about a silent threat: gentrification.
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September is National Suicide Prevention Awareness Month in the United States, and IDW Publishing took an interesting tack to raise awareness: they tackled PTSD and veterans’ mental health head on in an issue of G.I. Joe.  August’s G.I. Joe #7, by Paul Allor, Chris Evenheus and Brittany Peer, takes a look back at the rebooted
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IMAGE: EPFL professor and biophysicist Suliana Manley with student Sofia Zaganelli and a super-resolution microscope. view more  Credit: EPFL / Alain Herzog Mitochondria are present in all eukaryotic cells: in our cells, in mammalian cells, in the cells of plants and even of fungi. Mitochondria produce energy for cells to function as multicellular organisms, and are
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It’s only polite, when you’ve borrowed an idea, to acknowledge its originator. Amazon Prime’s blackly comic conspiracy thriller remake Utopia does that by giving an executive producer credit to Dennis Kelly, the creator of the original UK series. Kelly recently told Den of Geek that though the remake had his blessing and best wishes, his involvement in
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Warning: contains major Utopia spoilers With newly invented characters and a whole new world wrapped around bad guys/pragmatic planet savers The Harvest (the US version of The Network), Gillian Flynn’s Utopia makes considerable changes to the Channel 4 original. It’s faithful though, in most of the ways that matter – Jessica Hyde, the unforgettable Arby,
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Hank discusses the chemistry of sarin, the nerve agent that killed more than 1400 people in a chemical weapons attack in Syria. Like SciShow? Want to help support us, and also get things to put on your walls, cover your torso and hold your liquids? Check out our awesome products over at DFTBA Records: http://dftba.com/artist/52/SciShow
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Hindsight bias skews our interpretation of events and information, making it seem like they were predictable or just not that surprising. This bias can cause some real problems, but the good news is, once you are aware of it, there are some things you can do to reduce its effects. Hosted by: Hank Green ———-
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