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We know we're not supposed to put metal in the microwave, but why? We don't microwave silverware put what about Hot Pocket wrappers? They...
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Learn about Mary Anning, one of England’s most important contributors to the field of paleontology. Hosted by: Hank Green ---------- Like SciShow? Want to help support us,...
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Hank shares news about the biggest animal in the history of ever -- blue whales -- and explains the lessons learned in a new...
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SciShow explores one of the more rare and unusual results of sexual reproduction: gynandromorphy, in which an animal is part male and part female. Hosted...
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One of the most commonly googled questions in the world is why feces can be green. Well, Quick Questions has the answer! Hosted by: Hank...
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It's School of YouTube Week! Comic Relief and YouTube are partnering to send students to school! The Bad Astronomer Phil Plait teaches Hank how...
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SciShow News introduces you to the most massive land animal ever to walk the earth -- pretty much -- and tells you what’s going...
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Humans have always peed and pooped, but where it goes after we’ve done our business has changed a lot. In fact: The water you...
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Quick Questions explains how some bees can transform flower nectar into the liquid gold that you use to sweeten your tea. Hosted by: Hank Green ---------- Like...
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Dogs do a lot of weird things, and sometimes they’re funny enough to post on Tumblr. But before you do, make sure li’l Scamp...