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  • Perfecting Pattern Recognition show

    Perfecting Pattern Recognition

    The Heike crab’s resemblance to a samurai warrior’s face helps illustrate artificial selection.

    (01:58)
  • Deciphering the Rosetta Stone show

    Deciphering the Rosetta Stone

    The discovery of the Rosetta Stone was instrumental in deciphering the meaning of hieroglyphs.

    (02:33)
  • The Biggest Bang show

    The Biggest Bang

    Tim shoots three objects in the back of a flatbed truck. Which will create the biggest explosion?

    (02:11)
  • Soundproof? show

    Soundproof?

    Can loud music from a car speaker turn a liquid into a solid?

    (01:33)
  • The Pressure Is On show

    The Pressure Is On

    Which explodes first when pumped with air? A basketball, an inner tube, or a soda bottle?

    (02:09)
  • Cow Intestine Zeppelin show

    Cow Intestine Zeppelin

    In the early 20th century, the zeppelin was crafted from some surprising materials.

    (02:57)
  • Widest Tornado On Record show

    Widest Tornado On Record

    In the spring of 2013, several storm chasers were tragically killed by the widest tornado on record.

    (02:02)
  • Digging for Something show

    Digging for Something

    David goes deep by exchanging dialogue with others about what exactly defines a hole.

    (01:53)
  • Grip It show

    Grip It

    David learns how to strengthen his grip from a group of professional arm wrestlers. No shirts required.

    (02:33)
  • The Tumbling Wing show

    The Tumbling Wing

    Let the paper plane guy show you how to make a paper plane with a twist.

    (03:43)
  • Exploding Watermelon show

    Exploding Watermelon

    Tim Shaw conducts a science experiment to see how many rubber bands it takes to make a watermelon explode.

    (03:39)
  • Bubbles in a Tank show

    Bubbles in a Tank

    Tim Shaw conducts a science experiment to see what happens when you blow bubbles into an empty fish tank.

    (02:22)
  • Traveling Balloons show

    Traveling Balloons

    Tim Shaw conducts a science experiment to see which direction balloons will travel on a moving bus.

    (02:29)
  • Life In Our Solar System show

    Life In Our Solar System

    Neil deGrasse Tyson talks with George Takei.

    (02:50)
  • My Favorite Thing About Black Holes show

    My Favorite Thing About Black Holes

    Neil deGrasse Tyson talks with Eugene Mirman and Janna Levin about his favorite thing, black holes.

    (03:50)
  • Hubble Rescue Mission show

    Hubble Rescue Mission

    In 1990, the Hubble telescope is transported into orbit, but hits a snag upon deployment.

    (02:04)
  • Building Hubble show

    Building Hubble

    Building a space telescope in the hopes of capturing a clear view of the universe isn't easy. It is a feat that would push...

    (02:34)
  • Profile: Jim Jeletic show

    Profile: Jim Jeletic

    Jim Jeletic, the Deputy Project Manager talks about the project.

    (03:23)
  • Breakthrough Trailer show

    Breakthrough Trailer

    What have been humanity's last scientific advances? From baby steps to magnificent strides—witness it all on Breakthrough.

    (02:22)
  • Jason Silva on the Future of Being More Than Human show

    Jason Silva on the Future of Being More Than Human

    Jason Silva believes that technology will become increasingly smaller and more intelligent in the future.

    (00:59)