School is a great way to learn the essential topics and subjects. For 12 years (and then college!), we learn everything from science to English to what not others.
But there are lot of things that school doesn’t teach you. we’re here to fill in some of these voids! if you enjoyed don’t forget to share it.
This is what snake venom does to blood.
This is the transformation that a human baby’s face goes through in the womb.
There are snakes that can actually glide, and they’re called chrysopelea.
This is an excellent example of linear momentum shifting to angular momentum.
A day in the Arctic summer.
This is one theory on how the Easter Island statues were moved.
This is what a slinky falling looks like.
Sulphur hexaflouride is denser than air.
This is how a ladybug flies.
Here’s a cool trick you can do with old computer monitors.
This is how big Earth is compared to the biggest known star.
This is what it looks like when a vine looks for support.
This is how keys work.
This is how chain links are put together.
This is how dogs drinks water.
This is what egg yolks look like underwater.
This is what it looks like when a black hole swallows a star.
This is boiling water being thrown into minus 40 degree air.
This is how an ant walks.
Octopus are really good at hide-and-seek.
This is the Pythagorean Theorem in action.
A running cheetah runs rotates its tail to minimize torque and cancel rotational inertia.
This is how pop tarts are made.