Tag Archives: Physics

No Dark Matter = Proof of Dark Matter?

Thanks to curiosity stream for supporting PBS Digital Studios. We’ve been failing to detect dark matter for decades but finally the latest failure to detect Dark Matter may have actually proved its existence one of these is true either most of the matter in the universe is invisible and formed by something not explained by… Read More »

Michio Kaku: The Universe in a Nutshell (Full Presentation)

My name is Professor Michio Kaku.  I’m a professor of theoretical physics at the City University of New York and I specialize in something called string theory.  I’m a physicist. Some people ask me the question, “What has physics done for me lately?  I mean, do I get better color television, do I get better… Read More »

How to Make a Cloud in Your Mouth

The Black Hole Bomb and Black Hole Civilizations

Black holes are the largest collections of pure violent energy in the universe. If you come too close, they’ll devour you and add your energy to their collection. And so, the energy is lost to us forever. Or is it? It turns out there’s a universe cheat code. A way of powering civilizations until the… Read More »

Questioning the universe | Stephen Hawking

There is nothing bigger or older than the universe. The questions I would like to talk about are: one, where did we come from? How did the universe come into being? Are we alone in the universe? Is there alien life out there? What is the future of the human race? Up until the 1920s,… Read More »

What stretching actually does to your body ft. Sofie Dossi

[MUSIC PLAYING] ANNOUNCER: Thanks to Curiosity Stream for supporting PBS Digital Studios. So stay like this, and then lift up like this. Use this momentum to kick your legs up even if you don’t go all the way yet. And like bend your legs, and see if you can go to just the top of… Read More »

Fun with Vortex Rings in the Pool

[SQUEAK AND POP] [MUSIC PLAYING] DIANNA COWERN: I made a video recently on one of the simplest but most mesmerizing phenomena I’ve ever discovered. You drag a plate through the water, creating two dips on the surface. And sunlight shining through the dips will create two crisp black spots on the bottom of the pool… Read More »

Our Special Earth: Our “Solar Address” and the Goldilocks Habitable Zone | David Rives

Every star we see is a burning mass of plasma, similar to the sun. Even so, our Sun is not just any old star. It is a main sequence G2 Here on Earth, we’re about 93 million miles from the Sun. That might sound trivial, but it’s a very important distance. We are situated in… Read More »

Decoding the Stars: A New Look at Astrology

The CHRISTMAS LECTURES from the Royal Institution have delivered cutting edge science to young audiences for nearly 200 years. And that’s a very long time. That tradition is still running strong today, reaching even greater audiences on television, online, and most recently through 3D headsets. I’m Olympia Brown and I work at the Royal Institution… Read More »