Curare, known as “flying death,” was used for centuries to make poisoned arrows. Scientists discovered how to use it to create life saving medical treatments that we still use today.
I first saw a Schlieren imaging setup around ten years ago in Melbourne. I was immediately fascinated by the way I could see the warm air coming off my hand. I hadn’t expected the currents to be moving that fast or to be so visible.
Ancient skeletons can tell us a great deal about the past, including the age, gender and even the social status of its former owner. But how can we know all of these details simply by examining some old, soil-caked bones?
Making slime out of glue and borax is a awesome… But with a simple addition of iron filings, you can make slime that is attracted to a magnetic field! Be sure to subscribe and check out more videos!