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Cordyceps - Mind Controlling Zombie Fungus
 
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A parasitic fungus known to manipulate the brains of ants to make them slavelike "zombies" Once infected, the spore-possessed ant will climb down from its normal habitat and bite down, with what the authors call a "death grip" on a leaf and then die. But the story doesn’t end there. Sources: Scientific Paper: http://tinyurl.com/jr5suez Journalist Articals http://tinyurl.com/or7prrg http://tinyurl.com/llew5nx http://tinyurl.com/h2pdfjz
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Prions - Incurable Brain Dissolving Proteins
 
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Prions have previously been described as the “world’s most indestructible biological entity,” and for good reason. These infectious proteins are able to reproduce with deadly consequences. While you may not have heard of prion disease, you may know some of its various forms – bovine spongiform encephalopathy (Mad Cow) and Creutzfeldt-Jakob disease, for example. There’s no effective medication for the treatment of animals and humans infected with prion disease, resulting in death! Thumbnail Artwork - Scott Lewis
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The Secret Behind Coca-Cola Marketing Strategy
 
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Coca-Cola is the biggest non-technology company in the world. Origionally only selling 7 servings a day, the company has grown slightly, at an estimated rate of more than 1.9 billion servings a day. Whats the secret behind their success? With only 4 billion dollars being invested into their advertising, it has allowed Coke's advertising team to experiment and released its fare share of interesting campaigns.
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Anti-Architecture & Deconstructivism
 
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Deconstructivism is a Postmodern architectural style characterised by the idea of fragmentation and the manipulation of a structure’s surface. Buildings adopting the style are often formed of components that have been disassembled and reassembled in a new and unorthodox way, giving the impression of a chaotic design devoid of precise logic.
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What Does S.E.T.I Actually Look For?
 
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What does SETI look for? The other week we saw an interesting question on reddit “What does SETI (The Search for extraterrestrial intelligence) look for. It gathered a lot of interesting answers, however it was covered in extraordinary depth by a Radio astronomer who gave a rundown of the main things that they are keeping theirs ears open for! In short we’re looking for transient radio signals (ie signals that turn on and off instead of being constantly there). Fast Radio Bursts (FRBs) have been in the spotlight recently making numerous appearing on various news stations. FRBs are high-energy astrophysical phenomena manifested as a huge transient radio pulse lasting only a few milliseconds. Discovered in 2001 the The Lorimer Burst lasted less than 5 milliseconds in duration and was located near the Small Magellanic Cloud. Since then we have now recorded about two dozen, through a collaborative effort of radio telescopes around the world. Out of the 19 detected so far only one has ever repeated itself! Due to this isolated nature, trying to identify the sources or causes of these phenomena, is extremely challenging meaning the nature of them still remains unknown. Through observations of FRBs it is generally accepted that the emission region is estimated to be no larger than a few hundred kilometers across and must be extremely bright if the origin of the burst’s come from cosmological distances. One of the leading hypothesis is a collision event between two very dense objects such as, collapsing black holes or neutron stars. It has also been suggested that there may be a connection between FRBs and gamma-ray bursts - the only other one-off transient events that we are currently aware of. Back in 2002 a group of 5 radio bursts of equal brightness, each lasting about 10 minutes, and occurring every 77 minutes were detected. This famous string of bursts were named The Great Galactic Burper. Originating from near the galactic center we have detected other burst from that area but it hasn’t provided any information on the source of it . The leading hypotheses include; a nulling pulsar, a pair of orbiting neutron stars or a pulsar precessing with a period of 77 minutes. Then we probably the most famous radio transient signal. The "Wow!" signal. in the 1970s, a SETI survey received a very bright, narrow-band signal in the part of the spectrum where many radio astronomers have speculated radio signals from extraterrestrial life may be located. It was registered for about 72 seconds as that patch of sky was overhead, and nothing like it has ever been seen again. The scientific community is still split around this as as some think it may have been man made however many consider it to be from a natural source such as the possible release of hydrogen gas from comets passing in front of the telescope. Currently humanity only observes a very small fraction of the sky, so when a transient signal is transmitted on part of the sky that you're not looking at, we will miss it completely making it appear like it never existed. However with the continual, and rapid advance in technology and techniques of low-frequency radio astronomy, this small handful of signals detected so far may be the first of many of this nature to be discovered. Thanks for watching If you enjoyed this content you might enjoy our other videos such as how asteroid mining will change the future of space industry. Until next time,don’t forget to like comment and subscribe
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Jacuzzi of Despair - Toxic Brine Lake
 
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Nearly 1,000 Metre below the surface of the Gulf of Mexico is a circular pool 30 meters in circumference and 4 meters deep. The walls that surround it hold in a toxic mix of dense extra-salty brine tinged with methane gas and hydrogen sulfide – curious creatures that happen to wander into this noxious pool don’t make it out alive.
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Asteroid Mining - The Future of Space Industry
 
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Asteroid Mining the the future of the space industry. Once we have finally achieved the ability to prospect, mine and refine products found in asteroids the ability to build space structures like a lunar and mars base greatly increases as we can avoid that pesky launch cost. We hope you enjoyed our first animation, if you enjoyed it feel free to like and subscribe and if you would like to help us fund this channel feel free to head over to our Patreon page Patreon page: https://patreon.com/user?u=3778765 Twitter Page: https://twitter.com/TopScienceFacts
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Shuttle-Riding Bat Dies The Most Glorious Death Imaginable
 
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Thank you to "SkyCake" for his literally masterpiece, from reddit! Only he could articulate such a life changing event! Space Bat is the nickname given to a free-tailed bat that was seen clinging to an external tank during the launch of the STS-119 space shuttle mission flown by NASA’s Discovery in March of 2009. At least he achieved Orbat
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Why do Astronauts go blind in Space?
 
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Scientists have long known that extended spaceflight is bad for astronauts' bones and muscles. Now evidence is building that it may cause vision problems as well Scientists have found that extended periods of time in Micro gravity could causes a loss in vision. Will this be a show stopper for long term flights? We hope you enjoy and we would love some feed back to make this our best series yet! Sources: Mombasa-Nairobi Standard Gauge Railway Project, http://tinyurl.com/lj2g7ed http://tinyurl.com/oeyv46c http://tinyurl.com/d4tqpry http://tinyurl.com/ayzcxh5
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Waffle House Index - Gauge a Hurricanes Impact
 
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Hurricanes hit the East Coast throughout the year with the most recent being Hurricane Matthew. Luckily FEMA is there to help pick up the pieces, this isn't without the help of Waffle House, a chain of restaurants known to survive some of the worst storms. The status of the waffle houses in the area is a great way to detect the damage and the impact on the local area. Make sure to check us out on our other pages: • Twitter: https://twitter.com/TopScienceFacts • Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/TopScienceFacts/ ------------------------------------------------------------------------------------ • Patreon : https://www.patreon.com/user?u=3778765
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Embryo Space Colonization Theory
 
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Embryo space colonization is a theoretical interstellar space colonization concept that involves sending a robotic mission to a habitable terrestrial planet, dwarf planet, minor planet or natural satellite transporting frozen early-stage human embryos or the technological or biological means to create human embryos. Although this involves quite a lot of speculation Embryo Space Colonization may be a potential tool in the adaptation of humans, and could possibly be the key that will allow us to inhabit the cosmos.recently the idea of android parenting and robotic care seem far-fetched, but equally trends in that direction are developing. If the reliability of the machinery can be assured which isn't a small task in itself, then missions of centuries to millennia can be contemplated and hopefully carried out. Twitter: https://twitter.com/TopScienceFacts Patreon: https://www.patreon.com/user?u=3778765
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Three New Discoveries on Ceres: Water, Hydrothermal Activity and Bright Spots
 
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Last week NASA’s Dawn mission currently orbiting Ceres, a dwarf planet found within the asteroid belt, relayed visible and infrared data back to earth. From this 3 Scientific papers were published describing Cere's surface composition and features. Including information on the famous Bright Spots, The possibility of liquid water and the surface composition. More papers and discoveries are sure to follow so we will make sure to keep you updated!
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How Does Water Change A Materials Optical Properties?
 
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When something gets wet, it usually appears darker. This can be observed with numerous materials What is the reason for this? How does water soaking into the material change its optical properties?
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Death From Above : SLAM MISSILES
 
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Some of our more creative endeavors have been in an effort to destroy each other. This weapon would have been a flying Chernobyl. Destroying everything it flew over. SLAM a cancelled nuclear ramjet missle that could carry up to 16 thermonuclear warheads, travel for months nonstop, spew radiation wherever it went, and flew at tree top levels, killing anyone it would fly over We hope you enjoy and we would love some feed back to make this our best series yet! Sources: http://tinyurl.com/p92fz8b http://tinyurl.com/cu8wcof http://tinyurl.com/zdehx2d http://tinyurl.com/3gak7
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10 Most Breathtaking Celestial Events - 2016
 
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This astronomy calendar of celestial events contains dates for notable celestial events including moon phases, meteor showers, eclipses, conjunctions, and other interesting events. Follow Us on Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/TopScienceFacts Tweet Us on Twitter: https://twitter.com/TopScienceFacts ________________________________________ Sources: March 8-9 – Total Eclipse http://tinyurl.com/zer8n4n March 23 – Penumbral Eclipse of the Moon http://tinyurl.com/znate78 May 21 A blue moon with mars http://tinyurl.com/j6ws8d3 July 29 Another occulation of Aldebaran http://tinyurl.com/zn53z8q Aug 11 -12 Perseid Meteor Shower http://tinyurl.com/j3fu8q8 Aug 28. Venus and Jupiter touching. http://tinyurl.com/ngw37n9 Oct 10 Waning Gibbous Moon http://tinyurl.com/hbpjpko Nov 14. Super moon and Closest Approach http://tinyurl.com/k399kl2 Dec 13-14 Geminid Meteor Shower http://tinyurl.com/z79wdka
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Waste In Space - Our Space Junk Problem
 
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Space Junk will is a massive problem! The debris that is collecting outside our atmosphere is due to the increasing number of sattelites and space flights that we carry out. Clean up operations haven't begun yet but future technology in the space industry should hopefully catch up with this debris problem! Sources of Infomation : http://tinyurl.com/8kqzec3 http://tinyurl.com/hp8c3mc http://tinyurl.com/lxr2kkq http://tinyurl.com/37b4so5 http://tinyurl.com/d4n3pwb With Thanks to our Video Sources: NASA Archive Dr Stuart Grey Analytical Graphics, Inc. Jose Francisco Salgado
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50 Facts about Mother Earth
 
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Welcome to TopSciencefacts! This new video covers 50 amazing facts about planet earth! Follow Us on Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/TopScienceFacts Tweet Us on Twitter: https://twitter.com/TopScienceFacts Thanks for watching don't forget to comment, like and subscribe! and as always keep on learning!!
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Future Earth : 2017 - Hypercities, Tooth Regeneration & More
 
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Information recovered from the Future Timeline Project: http://www.futuretimeline.net/ A great source of information and exciting predictions for the future. Make sure to check it out! This is the new series that we will be running known as future earth and it will be lookign at how earth will be changing in the upcoming years. From 2017 - 1million AD. We hope you enjoy and we would love some feed back to make this our best series yet! Sources: China establishes the largest megacity in the world http://tinyurl.com/hge6o53 http://tinyurl.com/3grpl82 10 nanometre chips enter mass production. http://tinyurl.com/k2dljqh Electronic paper is seeing widespread use http://tinyurl.com/hk8fodk Tooth regeneration is transforming dental care http://tinyurl.com/gtoapzr http://tinyurl.com/jjfjdkc The world's largest mud volcano stops erupting http://tinyurl.com/pg78klj http://tinyurl.com/6kwbdd5
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Future Earth : 2018 - Missile Defence, CrossRail & More
 
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Information recovered from the Future Timeline Project: http://www.futuretimeline.net/ A great source of information and exciting predictions for the future. Make sure to check it out! This is the new series that we will be running known as future earth and it will be lookign at how earth will be changing in the upcoming years. From 2017 - 1million AD. We hope you enjoy and we would love some feed back to make this our best series yet! Sources: Mombasa-Nairobi Standard Gauge Railway Project, http://tinyurl.com/hlzf6n9 http://tinyurl.com/jfxfzph http://tinyurl.com/kc26nq9 Crossrail Project Opens in London. http://tinyurl.com/p32fgw4 http://tinyurl.com/oz6zrpk InSight touches down on Mars. http://tinyurl.com/hgtrgbp http://tinyurl.com/hxrajhj Enterprise-grade SSDs reach 128TB of capacity http://tinyurl.com/okungs4 http://tinyurl.com/gtvenyr A missile defence shield is deployed in Europe. http://tinyurl.com/zotl3a4 http://tinyurl.com/grok4rn http://tinyurl.com/ja4pecp
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Cosmic Latte - The Color Of the Universe
 
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The colour of the universe is beige. With the millions of galactic wonders our universe offers to us it normally looks impossibly beautiful and brightly coloured, so how and why do scientists believe it to be such a dull colour?
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What were  the Steps towards Human Civilization?
 
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Humanity has developed a lot over time but the steps to get to this stage have been and long and arduous one! Humanity has developed over 200,000 years here are some of the major stepping stones towards modern day Humans.
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Handheld Laser Rifle for Nuclear Decommissioning
 
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The difficult task of decommissioning nuclear facilities could potentially be made simpler as a result of TWI's recent success with a high power laser. As the world's nuclear facilities reach the end of their working lives the problem of their decommissioning has prompted engineers to look at implementing novel techniques in many aspects of nuclear decommissioning.
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Toxic Algae Outbreaks- How toxic are they?
 
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A warning not to swim and bath in lakes, is a common site across parts of america. These green paint like waters contain millions of tiny algae which can often be toxic. So how are small microscopic algae capable of killing large animals - or in the worst case scenario… you?
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The Plight of the Honeybee - Queens In Trouble
 
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A new study revealed that the world's best-selling and most commonly-used insecticides, neonicotinoids, could impair the ability of the queen bees to lay eggs and maintain healthy bee colonies. The study, published in the journal Scientific Reports, showed that queen bees exposed to imidacloprid, which belongs to a popular class of nicotine-based insecticides known as neonicotinoids, have substantially laid fewer eggs. It was revealed that the queen bees lay about one-third to two-thirds less than their normal egg production, depending on the imidacloprid doses used in the colonies. "The queens are of particular importance because they're the only reproductive individual laying eggs in the colony," said Judy Wu-Smart, assistant professor of entomology and lead author of the study, in a press release. "One queen can lay up to 1,000 eggs a day. If her ability to lay eggs is reduced, that is a subtle effect that isn't (immediately) noticeable but translates to really dramatic consequences for the colony." For the study, the researchers gave colonies populated by 1,500, 3,000 and 7,000 honey bees either a normal syrup or a syrup with imidacloprid in doses of 10, 20, 50 and 100 parts per billion, or PPB. The researchers discovered that the colonies given with normal syrup have 10 percent empty cells, the signature hexagonal hollows that serve as cribs for honey bee broods. On the other hand, the colonies exposed to 20, 50 and 100 PPB of imidacloprid have 24, 31 and 48 percent empty cells, respectively. This suggests that exposure to imidacloprid promotes poor brood health. Furthermore, the researchers discovered that the exposed colonies collected and stored far less pollen. Unexposed hives have more than four percent of their cells filled with pollen, while the hives exposed with 10 PBB of imidacloprid have less than one percent of its cell containing pollen. The hygienic behaviors of bees were also affected by imidacloprid exposure. In a 7,000 -bee colonies, the bees were able to remove more than 95 percent of mite-infested and disease larvae. However, colonies exposed to 100 PBB only eliminated 74 percent of their ailing brood, while a 50 PBB colony just removed about 63 percent. With their findings, the researchers recommend regulating the use of neonicotinoids to protect bee colonies. They also advise growers to avoid planting seed-treated products to prevent winds from sweeping some the chemicals that can harm the bee colonies.
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Future Earth 2020 - Future Energy, Upgrade to LHC, Major Cannabis Industry.
 
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How will earth look in the future? Some of the predictions are bleak, however new futuristic technology is being developed to counter these daunting tasks. Future Earth is a series covering what earth will look like from 2017- 1,000,000 AD. This timeline will case everything from new energy technologies to potential geopolitical movements. Sources: U.S. Military Aims to use 50% Renewable Energy within Ten Years. http://tinyurl.com/2e47oyt http://tinyurl.com/jq5rr7e Cannabis on the up and up. http://tinyurl.com/ho6lqdz http://tinyurl.com/jzx5fu6 http://tinyurl.com/z8ugbo2 Upgrading the Large Hadron Collider to the High-Luminosity Large Hadron Collider. http://tinyurl.com/jxcc828 http://tinyurl.com/hmsetey http://tinyurl.com/o7gfuxd Liberia signs 'transformational' deal to stem deforestation. http://tinyurl.com/mjkjayv http://tinyurl.com/qdarajo http://tinyurl.com/hpghv2h http://tinyurl.com/jr7pbw4
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Gravitational Waves, Malaria in the US and Yellowstone Eruptions: Science in the news
 
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Welcome to TopSciencefacts! For the first week of our weekly science in the news updates we have so very interesting stories so we hope you enjoy out newest video. Follow Us on Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/TopScienceFa... Tweet Us on Twitter: https://twitter.com/TopScienceFacts 6. Record for the Fastest Data rate set. 5. Body Heat Triggers Shape Change in new type of Polymer 4. LIGO Makes gravitational wave announcement today. 3. Cyanobacteria use their whole bodies as eyeballs.. 2. Malaria has been confirmed in North America 1. Ancient tectonic plate blocks magma plume at Yellowstone Thanks for watching don't forget to comment, like and subscribe! and as always keep on learning!!
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Why are Octopuses so Colorful?
 
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Squids, octopuses, and cuttlefishes are among the few animals in the world that can change the color of their skin in the blink of an eye. These cephalopods—a group of mollusks with arms attached to their heads—can change their skin tone to match their surroundings, rendering them nearly invisible, or alternatively give themselves a pattern that makes them stand out. Sorry for the slow videos, I am going through my final exams for Uni in about a month so bare with! Make sure to check us out on our other pages: • Twitter: https://twitter.com/TopScienceFacts • Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/TopScienceFacts/ ------------------------------------------------------------------------------------ • Patreon : https://www.patreon.com/user?u=3778765
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What NASA Observes : Week 5 (Unknown Pluto, Gravity's Grin, Mysterious Mars)
 
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Welcome to TopSciencefacts! For the first week of our new series following NASA's Daily Image. We hope to inform you and show you new sides of our amazing universe! Follow Us on Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/TopScienceFacts/ Tweet Us on Twitter: 6. The Pelican Nebula or IC5070 - North America Nebula 5. Sudden Jet on Comet 67P/Churyumov-Gerasimenko 4. Centaurus A (also known as NGC 5128.) 3. Recycling NGC 5291 Ancient Galaxy Collision 2. Phobos: Doomed Moon of Mars 1. A 212-Hour Exposure of Orion Thanks for watching don't forget to comment, like and subscribe! and as always keep on learning!!
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Solar Storms, Quantum Refraction & more! : What NASA Observes: 9
 
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Welcome to TopSciencefacts! For the first week of our new series following NASA's Daily Image. We hope to inform you and show you new sides of our amazing universe! Follow Us on Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/TopScienceFacts Tweet Us on Twitter: https://twitter.com/TopScienceFacts 6. Saturns Moon Prometheus and the F Ring 5. Barred Spiral Galaxy NGC 1300 4. Sun Storm: A Coronal Mass Ejection - SOHO 3. A Colorful Solar Corona over the Himalayas - Quantum mechnaical Defraction 2. The California Nebula - NGC 1499 1. Reflections on the 1970s - NGS 1977, NGC 1975 NGC 1973 Thanks for watching don't forget to comment, like and subscribe! and as always keep on learning!!
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Aurora Australis, The Lagoon Nebula & more! : What NASA Observes: 9
 
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Welcome to TopSciencefacts! For the first week of our new series following NASA's Daily Image. We hope to inform you and show you new sides of our amazing universe! Follow Us on Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/TopScienceFacts Tweet Us on Twitter: https://twitter.com/TopScienceFacts 6. Cryovolcanoe Wright Mons 5. Sky Lights in the New Year 4. Earthset from the Lunar Reconnaissance Orbiter 3. A Starry Night of Iceland. 2. The Lagoon Nebula in Hydrogen, Sulfur, and Oxygen 1. High Energy Andromeda Thanks for watching don't forget to comment, like and subscribe! and as always keep on learning!! Lunar Reconnaissance Orbiter
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Science In the News: Week 2 (Planetary Alignment, HIV Cures, Meat causes Cancer)
 
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Welcome to TopSciencefacts! For the first week of our weekly science in the news updates we have so very interesting stories so we hope you enjoy out newest video. Follow Us on Facebook: Tweet Us on Twitter: 6. Venus, Jupiter and Mars align for skyline display 5. Eating meat officially raises cancer risk 4. Daily drug shown effective in preventing HIV infections 3. Cassini preps to shower in Enceladus’ ocean 2. Chimpanzees and monkeys have entered the stone age 1. Snake venom helps hydrogels stop the bleeding Thanks for watching don't forget to comment, like and subscribe! and as always keep on learning!!
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Humanity's Final Chance.
 
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In the near future, an event may happen than nearly wipes out the human race. The few survivors will be charged with rebuilding civilization but had modern day society taken all the available resources that would be needed to rebuild civilization? Could we use hydroelectricity, solar and biomass to get the thermal energy required to melt metals, create pharmaceuticals and reach the heights modern civilization is now at?
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What NASA Observes : Week 7 (Mysterious Lights, Exoplanet Identification, Sun turns green)
 
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Welcome to TopSciencefacts! For the first week of our new series following NASA's Daily Image. We hope to inform you and show you new sides of our amazing universe! Follow Us on Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/TopScienceFacts/ Tweet Us on Twitter: https://twitter.com/TopScienceFacts 6. The Pelican Nebula or IC5070 - North America Nebula 5. Sudden Jet on Comet 67P/Churyumov-Gerasimenko 4. Centaurus A (also known as NGC 5128.) 3. Recycling NGC 5291 Ancient Galaxy Collision 2. Phobos: Doomed Moon of Mars 1. A 212-Hour Exposure of Orion Thanks for watching don't forget to comment, like and subscribe! and as always keep on learning!!
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Science In the News: Week 6 (Counting Plants, Earths Collision and Modifying Human Embryos
 
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Welcome to TopSciencefacts! For the first week of our weekly science in the news updates we have so very interesting stories so we hope you enjoy out newest video. Follow Us on Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/TopScienceFacts/ Tweet Us on Twitter: https://twitter.com/TopScienceFacts 6. Scientist go-ahead to genetically modify human embryos. 5. Lab-bred corals reproduce in the wild a first. 4. Venus Fly Traps are able to Count 3. Obese Mothers, Four times more likely to have a Child with Autism. 2. Ancient arachnid erection enshrined in amber. 1. Earth made up of two planets after violent collision with Theia. Thanks for watching don't forget to comment, like and subscribe! and as always keep on learning!! Sources: http://tinyurl.com/z46hcyr http://tinyurl.com/zrsq4pl http://tinyurl.com/zyfsto2 http://tinyurl.com/h2lf7l2 http://tinyurl.com/gqjkx9r http://tinyurl.com/o3oy6wv
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What Nasa Observes : Week 3 (Cryo-Volcanos, Flaming Star Nebula and Mysterious UFOs)
 
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Welcome to TopSciencefacts! For the first week of our new series following NASA's Daily Image. We hope to inform you and show you new sides of our amazing universe! Follow Us on Facebook: Tweet Us on Twitter: 6. Wright Mons a shield Cryo-Volcano on Pluto 5. The Tadpoles of IC 410 Nebula 4. Assembly of The International Space Station Timelapse 3. AE Aurigae and the Flaming Star Nebula 2. An Unexpected Rocket Plume over San Francisco (UFO) 1. A Blazing Fireball between the Orion Nebula and Rigel Thanks for watching don't forget to comment, like and subscribe! and as always keep on learning!!
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Channel Announcement!
 
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An update on the channel, and I hope to see you guys soon!
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Science In the News: Week 4 (Super-Organisms, Nuclear Clean up and Ancient Stars)
 
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Welcome to TopSciencefacts! For the first week of our weekly science in the news updates we have so very interesting stories so we hope you enjoy out newest video. Follow Us on Facebook: Tweet Us on Twitter: 6. New exoplanet in our neighborhood (GJ 1132b) 5. Genetically engineered algae kills 90% of cancer cells 4. Early stars found swirling in the Milky Way center 3. Ancient hominids used wooden spears to fend off big cats 2. Tricky element isolated from spent nuclear fuel (Americum) 1. Super organism Ants Thanks for watching don't forget to comment, like and subscribe! and as always keep on learning!! Sources: http://tinyurl.com/os6h7at http://tinyurl.com/ou5exrl http://tinyurl.com/pajdoxu http://tinyurl.com/phlrp8u http://tinyurl.com/ojwepx7 http://tinyurl.com/p8vfsc2
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Science In the News: Week 5 (Genetic Theft, Asteroid Mining and Thinning Ice)
 
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Welcome to TopSciencefacts! For the first week of our weekly science in the news updates we have so very interesting stories so we hope you enjoy out newest video. Follow Us on Facebook: Tweet Us on Twitter: 6. Thinning Artic Ice leads to Warmer winters 5. Mosquitoes are being vaccinated against Malaria Environment 4. 57% of All Amazon trees are endangered 3. The tardigrade steal DNA of fungi, bacteria and animals 2. Gamma-Ray Spectroscope perfect for asteroid mining 1. US Senate votes to legalize space mining Thanks for watching don't forget to comment, like and subscribe! and as always keep on learning!! Sources: http://tinyurl.com/zua2ayu http://tinyurl.com/p4nrbvx http://tinyurl.com/nv8u9mu http://tinyurl.com/h3zpzos http://tinyurl.com/jrnkhha http://tinyurl.com/o3oy6wv
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Doomed Stars, Ongoing Supernova & more! : What NASA Observes: 8 :
 
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Welcome to TopSciencefacts! For the first week of our new series following NASA's Daily Image. We hope to inform you and show you new sides of our amazing universe! Follow Us on Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/TopScienceFacts Tweet Us on Twitter: https://twitter.com/TopScienceFacts 6. Herbig-Haro 24 5. NGC 4631 : Spiral Galaxy, The Whale Galaxy 4. The Henbury Craters and the Milky Way. 3. Doomed Star Eta Carinae. Going Supernova 2. Falcon 9 – Successful First Stage Landing. - SpaceX 1. The Fox Fur Nebula, NGC 2264 Thanks for watching don't forget to comment, like and subscribe! and as always keep on learning!!
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What NASA Observes : Week 4 (Colliding Galaxies, Mars moon Destruction)
 
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Welcome to TopSciencefacts! For the first week of our new series following NASA's Daily Image. We hope to inform you and show you new sides of our amazing universe! Follow Us on Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/TopScienceFacts/ Tweet Us on Twitter: 6. The Pelican Nebula or IC5070 - North America Nebula 5. Sudden Jet on Comet 67P/Churyumov-Gerasimenko 4. Centaurus A (also known as NGC 5128.) 3. Recycling NGC 5291 Ancient Galaxy Collision 2. Phobos: Doomed Moon of Mars 1. A 212-Hour Exposure of Orion Thanks for watching don't forget to comment, like and subscribe! and as always keep on learning!!
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