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See video Mythbusters: Do cockroaches outlive a nuclear blast?

Would cockroaches be the last survivors of a nuclear blast? Mythbuster finds out - exposing cockroaches, fruitflies and flower beetles, to find the ultimate survivor.

2:22 286 5.67
See video Atoms and Heat - UC Berkeley Physics Lecture

The first of the "Physics for Future Presidents" lecture series at the University of California Berkeley, by Professor Richard A. Muller. It covers topics such as the conservation of energy, explosions and earthquakes, nuclear physics and radioactivity

74:00 301 5.63
See video Interview Richard Feynman: The Pleasure of Finding Things Out 49:39 331 5.43
See video Supercooled Water

A demonstration of supercooled water 'snap freezing'. When water is supercooled it remains liquid below it's normal freezing point. Shaking it gently can activate the freezing process.

0:18 335 4.87
See video Spraying hot water at -20 degrees Fahrenheit

When you squirt boiling water at -20 degrees Fahrenheit (-29 degrees Celsius) it instantly turns into snow (flash frozen).

0:26 347 2.71
See video optics mirror

בגמר של "דה וויס"השתמשו באפקטים של החזרת אור והעברת אורהבחירה נעשת בעזרת הצד המואר

111:23 458 0.00
See video Michio Kaku: Time Travel, Parallel Universes, and Reality

A fascinating, thought-provoking interview with physicist Michio Kaku about the nature of reality.

4:49 470 5.70
See video Time Travel: Einstein's big idea (Theory of Relativity)

A little clip of how time travel can occur, taken from: The World's First Time Machine (Discovery Channel). Dr Ronald Mallett

4:11 572 5.67
See video Michio Kaku on Extraterrestrial Life, Multiple Dimensions and the Multiverse

Astrophysician Michio Kaku speaks with great clarity and insight about extraterrestrials and intelligent life, multiple dimensions, and the possibility of multiple universes.

9:11 615 5.86
See video Cloud gravity waves

Gravity waves (not to be confused with gravitational waves) are waves generated at the interface between two media, for example the ripples created by a rock thrown into a pond. In the atmosphere, it is the result of air rising and sinking, gradually moving back towards its equilibrium point.

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