>> We have a wonderful guest here, Dr. Mike Merzenich and he was someone that was inspired by–just by picking up a book and reading about the research that he was doing. But, it’s about all of us possibly attaining our potential. And then speaking with him, I realized how much passion he had for
How do you learn a subject or skill in half the time? Let’s do this together. I want you to right now think of a subject or skill that you just want to learn fast. You want to learn it rapidly at an accelerate rate. You want to learn faster so you can achieve faster.
Hey guys, Matt here with Science or Fiction. Is there a speed that would harm humans? There are a bunch of human speed records that are going to be broken in the coming decades as we develop the technology to travel thousands of miles in minutes by land, send commercial flights into low-earth orbit, and
Hey there, welcome to Life Noggin. With summer approaching here in Blocko Land, I find myself constantly checking the thermometer to see how hot it is. Once it hits 25 degrees celcius, you better believe you can find me hanging out at the beach, getting a tan, and playing volleyblock with my friends. Now, even
This is a Wendover Productions video in collaboration with RealLifeLore, and made possible by Squarespace. Build your website for 10% off by going to squarespace.com/wendover. 3,500 miles from Washington, D.C., 3,000 miles north of Los Angeles, 750 miles north of Anchorage, where the ground never melts, where the snow falls mid-summer, where no plants taller
These days, it seems like everyone has an opinion on whether eating meat is good or bad for you. After all, it’s thought that meat is what helped you humans evolve into, well, humans. Still, vegetarians swear by tofu, veggie burgers and whatever tempeh is, but taste aside, can your body function properly without meat?
Every travel pic that you see on your friends’ Snapchat is of a plane wing, but what do you really know about those mechanical marvels? And what is that little flippy thing? Hey wingbats, Trace here for DNews. A Boeing 787 has over million parts, and workers on the 747 have to drill 1,000,000 holes
We have found the Higgs boson. So then the next question is what’s next? Well the Large Hadron Collider, this machine that is 27 miles in circumference, costing 10 billion dollars is big enough to create the next generation of particles. So the Higgs boson in some sense is the last hurrah for the old
Have you ever looked up at the stars in the sky and dreamt of one day being able to visit them? What you’re actually seeing is the light that was emitted by them thousands or millions of years ago, and it’s covered huge distances to reach our gaze. Light is, by far, the fastest travelling
Have you heard of the Millennium Falcon?… you know, the ship that made the Kessel Run in less than twelve parsecs! Nevermind the mistaken parlance — how fast IS that old bucket of bolts? Happy May the 4th padawans! Today, on Star Wars appreciation day, we thought we’d pull some of the magic out of