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  • In The Womb: Dogs show

    In The Womb: Dogs

    Three different breeds, one single species. Now for the first time, watch the differences as they emerge.

    (01:09)
  • Greenland Ice Sheet show

    Greenland Ice Sheet

    The summer melt season on the Greenland ice sheet has grown hotter. Rivers of meltwater cut deep into the ice, creating a...

    (04:59)
  • Emitting Light show

    Emitting Light

    The human eye is tuned in to just a very narrow band of the electromagnetic spectrum. In fact, what we can see is just a tiny...

    (04:00)
  • Seeing With Your Ears show

    Seeing With Your Ears

    Can sound actually change how we see things?

    (01:31)
  • Jason Silva on What You Don't Know show

    Jason Silva on What You Don't Know

    Jason Silva wants you to explore the complexities of the technology we use every day.

    (01:24)
  • Overcoming Fears show

    Overcoming Fears

    With a mix of psychology and virtual reality clinicians help treat post-traumatic stress disorder.

    (02:45)
  • Switcheroo show

    Switcheroo

    Is your brain prepared to notice changes that happen right in front of your eyes?

    (02:56)
  • Memory Champion show

    Memory Champion

    Memory maps are this man’s secret to memorizing long series of numbers.

    (03:04)
  • Short Circuit show

    Short Circuit

    Deception specialist Apollo Robbins reveals how easily your concentration can be hijacked.

    (01:56)
  • Lying Expert: Daniel Rabicoff show

    Lying Expert: Daniel Rabicoff

    Can you actually beat a lie detector test? Polygraph expert Daniel Rabicoff gives you the definitive answer.

    (01:33)
  • Brain Games DIY: The Clothing Game show

    Brain Games DIY: The Clothing Game

    Follow along with Professor Coren Apicella as she tests out just how much the color of an outfit affects your perception of...

    (01:42)
  • The Burj Dubai show

    The Burj Dubai

    The tallest man-made structure on earth, a city in the sky, is the pinnacle of skyscraper engineering.

    (01:57)
  • The Walking Whale show

    The Walking Whale

    15 million years ago a hungry land animal sought out a new source of food in the water, starting a spectacular evolutionary...

    (00:59)
  • Our Eyes Lie show

    Our Eyes Lie

    Hoop players try shooting basketballs after their spatial sense is altered.

    (01:55)
  • Rube Goldberg Mouse Trap show

    Rube Goldberg Mouse Trap

    A team of engineers competes against a group of friends in constructing a Rube Goldberg machine. Their objective: use all 25...

    (02:53)
  • Static Point show

    Static Point

    The physics behind the static point jump.

    (02:57)
  • Sliding Down Bannisters show

    Sliding Down Bannisters

    Why is it so hard to slide down a bannister?

    (03:13)
  • Bulletproof Desserts show

    Bulletproof Desserts

    Tim Shaw does a science experiment to see which desserts can stop a bullet from breaking the glass.

    (03:52)
  • 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)
  • Sucking Air Out of an Empty Bottle show

    Sucking Air Out of an Empty Bottle

    Tim Shaw conducts a science experiment to see what happens when a vacuum pump sucks air out of an empty bottle.

    (02:18)