Hasan Retakes The SAT Exam | Patriot Act with Hasan Minhaj | Netflix

Hey guys, it’s Hasan Minhaj from Patriot Act. Hey guys, it’s Hasan Minhaj from Patriot Act. Here I am at The Princeton Review on a Saturday morning much like so many nervous brown children. Now, for those of you guys who don’t know, Now, for those of you guys who don’t know, on the first […]

Why the Male Black Widow is a Real Home Wrecker | Deep Look

This episode of Deep Look is brought to you by Curiosity Stream. You know what people say about her. She’s the black widow. She mates, and then she kills, right? Here comes her victim now. He’s smaller, less venomous. Kinda cute. Sweet little guy. But before he gets eaten alive…Let’s talk about this poor sucker […]

What’s inside the Washington Monument?

(intense upbeat music) – [Teen] Welcome back, What’s Inside. Today we are going to see what’s inside the Washington Monument. – [Man] From a very unique perspective, this is VR180, so if you take your finger or if you tilt your phone you can see the top of the Washington Monument. – [Teen] So, you […]

Deliberate Practice: Achieve Mastery in Anything

Deliberate practice is a mindful and highly structured form of learning by doing. It’s a process of continued experimentation to first achieve mastery and eventually full automaticity of a specific skill. A 2014 study published in Psychological Science argues that it can increase our performance by 26% in games, 21% in music and 18% in […]

How Mosquitoes Use Six Needles to Suck Your Blood | Deep Look

This is the deadliest animal in the world. Mosquitoes kill hundreds of thousands of people each year… the most vulnerable people: children, pregnant women… No other bite kills more humans… or makes more of us sick. So what makes a mosquito’s bite so effective? For starters, they’re motivated. Only females bite us. They need blood […]

USA & India VS China & Russia – Who Would Win? (Army / Military Comparison)

The US and Russia, China, and India, two separate long-term rivalries and two flashpoints for global war. But what if China and Russia decided to set aside their differences and join against an Indian-American alliance? Who would win, and how would that war play out? The rules of this wargame are as usual, no use […]

The Backwards Brain Bicycle – Smarter Every Day 133

Hey it’s me Destin. Welcome back to Smarter Every Day. You’ve heard people say, “It’s just like riding a bike” meaning it’s really easy and you can’t forget how to do it, right? But I did something. I did something that damaged my mind. It happened on the streets of Amsterdam and I got really […]

6 Accidental Discoveries You’ve Probably Never Heard Of

[♪ INTRO] Accidental discoveries are a common theme in science. The most famous is probably the discovery of penicillin, the world’s first antibiotic. It happened when Alexander Fleming noticed that the bacteria he was growing in Petri dishes didn’t seem to grow near mold. Usually, we like to think of these findings as fluke events. […]

London School of Economics Tennis: Sports Insight

(techno music) – So I think the best thing about being part of the tennis club is that it’s literally open to anybody. No matter if you’ve never picked up a racquet before. And maybe if you are an amazing player or decent player and you wanna join a team, there’s still player out here […]

Why are Tennis balls Yellow and Fuzzy? | #aumsum

It’s AumSum Time Why are tennis balls yellow and fuzzy? Because they like to show off. Earlier, tennis balls were white. But later, they were changed to yellow. Because studies showed that yellow balls were easier to see on televisions. Now, tennis balls are fuzzy because the fuzz helps them slow down. When a tennis […]