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The Mummy: Desiccation and Resurrection - Monster Science
Just as withered mummies return to life and strangle the living, so too do various natural-world organisms bounce back from their desiccated state. Join Dr. Anton Jessup for another hefty dose of Monster Science.
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Stuff to Blow Your Mind: Epic Science: Face
What does your face say about you? We all give off subtle, non verbal signals to other humans and we don't even think about it. Learn more about facial signals in this video from Stuff to Blow Your Mind.
Stuff to Blow Your Mind: Epic Science: 3D Printing
Robert and Julie show you what the future of manufacturing looks like with the 3D printer. The possibilities are endless when small bits of material can be arranged in all 3 dimensions of space. Learn more in this video from Stuff to Blow Your Mind.
Stuff to Blow Your Kid's Mind: Gravity
Gravity is the force that holds us on the planet -- but how does it actually work? Join Robert and Julie as they explain how gravity works, and make a handy experiment to demonstrate gravity's effects.
Stuff to Blow Your Kid's Mind: Rainbows
Rainbows can be achingly beautiful, but what makes that unique mix of colors spread across the sky? In this episode, Robert and Julie explain -- and demonstrate -- the science behind moisture, light and rainbows.
Stuff to Blow Your Mind: Science on the Web: Tornados
Everyone's seen it - People drive down the road with a strange cone-like shape out the side window. What is that cone again? Oh yeah, it's pure destruction! Go behind the funny, the strange and the viral in this episode of Science on the Web.
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Monster Science: Sex, Frogs and Mortal Kombat
From Baraka to Wolverine, everyone loves a monstrous bad boy with flesh-protruding bone blades, but what real-life evolutionary process could lead to such murderous adaptations? Join Dr. Anton Jessup for answers as he exposes the science of frog sex
Monster Science: Exploding Termites in Little China
There's nothing like the pure body horror of a swelling, exploding humanoid - especially in John Carpenter's classic "Big Trouble in Little China." But just why does the melee-happy sorcerer Thunder burst in a rain of green goo? Join Dr. Anton Jessup
Monster Science: Fear the Shambling Mushroom
From the horrors of "Matango" to "The Last of Us," humanoid fungi and shroom-based mind control continue to terrify the human population. Join Dr. Anton Jessup as he explores how real-life carnivorous mushrooms and parasitic fungi match up to the out
Stuff to Blow Your Mind: Glass Delusion | Science on the Web
Imagine waking to a terrifying delusion: Your body is made of glass and the slightest bump or fall will shatter your body into a thousand lifeless shards. Just why does this psychiatric delusion pop up in medieval Europe - and does it persist today?