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10 Weirdest Apps From creepy staring girls, to virtual voodoo dolls, there are some pretty weird apps out there waiting to be downloaded. Discover the most bizzaare with 10 Weirdest Apps Music= Mystery Train by David O’Brien Click to Subscribe.. Where else to find All Tim

This week on SciShow News: Animals! New research has found how dogs actually listen to us in more complex ways than you probably thought, and also figured out how a kind of pufferfish gets its puff up. Made with support from littleBits. Go to and use the promotion code ‘S

Bilbo Baggins is back in the cinema as we’ve finally reached the end of The Hobbit trilogy. So here at All Time 10s we thought it was the perfect time to discover more about Tolkien’s creation with ’10 Things You Didn’t Know About Middle Earth’ Lord Of The Rings In Numb

It’s one of, if not, the strongest storm ever recorded on the planet. Super Typhoon Haiyan slammed into the Philippines with winds touching 235 miles per hour. Trace looks at how this typhoon differs from hurricanes and what ingredients combined to create such a monster. Read More: Super Typh

It’s very easy to tell the difference from plants and animals…right? It was announced last week that sea anemones are actually half animal, and half plant! Trace explains how something can be both plant and animal, and lists out a few other similar cases. Read More: Sea Anemone Is Both

Do you think you know everything about snow? Here are 13 facts about snow that you probably didn’t know! Read More: 10 Things You May Not Know About Snow 20 Things You Didn’t Know About… Snow

A mysterious new crater was recently discovered in Siberia! Where did it come from? Tara is here to discuss this new finding, and list out a few of the popular theories as to why it appeared! Follow DNews on Twitter: Follow Tara on Twitter:

Quick Questions explains why, when it comes right down to it, there are really only eight kinds of people in the world. ———- 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

Parts of the world including the Americas and Australia witnessed the first of four total eclipses. The lunar eclipses will take place roughly every six months for the next two years, known as ‘tetrad’. This is very rare and the next one will be in 2032. VIDEO COURTESY: NASA View stunnin

A new product, called Palcohol, allows people to get drunk off powdered alcohol. How can you make alcohol into a powdered form, and is it safe to consume? Laci discusses the history of powdered alcohol, how it works, and when you might see this product in a liquor store near you. Read More: Palcoh

Recently, a giant supercomputer was able to create a virtual version of our entire universe! What could we gain by having this simulated world? Trace breaks down what it took to build this, and what we hope to learn from having it. Read More: Mind-Blowing Computer Simulation Recreates Our Universe h

People who lived during the ancient times predicted that thousands of years since then, the world would develop beyond anyone’s imagination. True enough, what used to be science fictions eventually became established truths and facts because of advancements in technology. For the past few year

From exploding supernovas to the northern lights flickering behind the International Space Station these are 25 incredible pictures of space taken by NASA. Check out the text version too! –

What’s blacker than black and whiter that white? Trace tells you how NASA is testing the blackest substance in the world for use on satellites, but despite all our trying, nature beat us at creating the whitest. Read More: The beetle’s white album