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Why Are Gymnasts So Small?
 
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Simone Biles is not only the greatest Gymnast of her generation ... she's also a scientific phenomenon! Join the conversation on facebook: www.facebook.com/thescienceofeverything
The Science Behind Spotify's Discover Weekly
 
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Every week myself along with 100 million other Spotify users get a personally curated playlist. But How? Join the conversation on Facebook: www.facebook.com/thescienceofeverything
Why Every World Map You've Ever Read is Wrong
 
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I hate to be the one to break it to you but, every world map you've ever read is wrong! The week we take a look at map projections and their influence on us. Check us out on Facebook: www.facebook.com/thescienceofeverything Check out our shmick new website: www.thescienceofeverything.com.au
Why the Pineapple used to cost $10, 000
 
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This week we explore why the Pineapple, 500 years ago, cost upwards of $10, 000. Check us out on Facebook: www.facebook.com/thescienceofeverything Check out our shmick new website: www.thescienceofeverything.com.au
Why Australia's $5 Note is the Best in the World
 
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Australia's just got a brand new bank note. And it's a scientific wonder! Join us on Facebook: www.thescienceofeverything
Why Are Cat's Pupils Slit Shaped?
 
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Did you know that the domestic cat has some of the best eyes in the animal kingdom! It's true, and it's all to do with the shape of their pupils! Join the conversation on Facebook: www.facebook.com/thescienceofeverything
Your Brain on Music
 
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Music is capable of having a profound effect on our brains; including helping athletes perform better, helping artists think more creatively and Alzheimer's victims recover lost memories! Check us out on Facebook: www.facebook.com/thescienceofeverything Check out our shmick new website: www.thescienceofeverything.com.au
Why is X Used to Symbolise the Unknown?
 
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The letter X has been used to symbolise mystery or the unknown in Western culture for the past 600 years. But why? Check us out on Facebook: www.facebook.com/thescienceofeverything Check out our shmick new website: www.thescienceofeverything.com.au
Why Do We Swear?
 
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Language Warning! Did you know George Washington tried to ban swearing? Or that where you come from can determine what swear words you use? Or that swearing biologically reduces pain? Check us out on Facebook: www.facebook.com/thescienceofeverything Check out our shmick new website: www.thescienceofeverything.com.au
Why Olympic Sharpshooters Look Like Cyborgs
 
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Shooting glasses are one of the oddest accessories you'll see at the Olympics. So why do so many athletes insist on looking like something from a sci-fi film? Join the conversation on Facebook: www.facebook.com/thescienceofeverything
Could We Ever Run Out of Music?
 
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Do you ever get the feeling that all music today is starting to sound the same? Are we running out of music? Could we ever run out of music? The short answer is yes; but the long answer is far more interesting. Check us out on Facebook: www.facebook.com/thescienceofeverything Check out our shmick new website: www.thescienceofeverything.com.au
Rio de Janeiro's Dark Secret
 
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Rio de Janeiro has a vicious and brutal history. We explore how the legacy of slavery has shaped the Olympic city. Join the conversation on Facebook: www.facebook.com/thescienceofeverything
Close Door Buttons On Elevators Do Nothing
 
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Elevator close door buttons have been non-operational since the early 1990s. So, why do we keep them around? Join the conversation on facebook: www.facebook.com/thescienceofeverything
The Science Behind Boredom
 
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As we discover on this week of The Science of Everything, the science behind boredom, quite ironically, is really interesting! Join the conversation on Facebook: www.facebook.com/thescienceofeverything
One Time Zone for the Whole World?
 
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Time zones are weird, confusing and inconvenient. So why don't we unify the world under one global clock? That's the exact question we try to answer on this week's episode. Joing the conversation on Facebook: www.facebook.com/thescienceofeverything
Life at Sea Aboard a Research Vessel
 
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Learn more about the Investigator: http://mnf.csiro.au/ Thanks to the amazing people at CSIRO and the Marine National Facility I was able to jump on board one of the largest research vessels in the world; the CSIRO's RV Investigator! Join the conversation over on Facebook: www.facebook.com/thescienceofeverything
Pigeon Guided Missiles
 
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On this weeks episode we take a look at the most underrated birds on the planet! The humble pigeon ... war hero, missile pilot and lifesaver. Check us out on Facebook: www.facebook.com/thescienceofeverything Check out our shmick new website: www.thescienceofeverything.com.au
What if Australia had an Electoral College?
 
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With Donald Trump's inauguration quickly approaching, now may be the ideal time to look at the political system that put him into power. Join the conversation on Facebook: facebook.com/thescienceofeverything
The Rarest Drug on Earth - Pitch
 
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A rare radioactive element could revolutionize cancer treatment, and a team of scientists in Vancouver are on the case. Vote for our project from April 3rd - 6th at - rarestdrug.com Coming Soon.
How Ugly Fonts Can Make You Smarter
 
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From Futura to Comic Sans we take a look at how we use fonts in our everyday life and how some can make you smarter! Join the conversation on Facebook: www.facebook.com/thescienceofeverything
The Grand Scheme of Things - Special Episode
 
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It’s finally here! In this very special episode of The Science of Everything, we explore the distances in our universe like you’ve never seen before! We build a model Solar System over an entire Vancouver suburb, talk to a solar terrestrial physicist at London’s Imperial College and head out to Stockholm, to check out the largest scale model Solar System in the world! Join the conversation on Facebook - www.facebook.com/thescienceofeverything Special thanks to: Kelly Perreur-Lloyd Cassie Smith Andy Smith Emma Fenton-Wells Music: maxzwell - Darlin dyalla - Let's Go Out maxzwell - Stay Engelwood x Jeff Kaale - Woah rogyr - long day tomppabeats - Good morning rogyr - 5am Jeff Kaale - Pillow Talk Andrew Applepie - Deserts Joakim Karud - Twerk Future James - lifecouldbeadream Dyalla Swain - Need Someone Panthurr - I Love You (pt. 2) Jeff Kaale - Good Girls Eat Dyalla Swain - Feel Good Johnny Rock - A Great Day Kronicle - Life Andrew Applepie - Berlin Footage Supplied by: NASA Prelinger Archive Wikicommons Wikimedia A very special thanks also to: Imperial College London KTH Royal Institute of Technology Dr Simon Foster Professor Emeritus Nils Brenning
The Largest Scale Model Solar System in the World!
 
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This is an abridged version of my latest documentary, which you can watch in full here: https://goo.gl/S5YtHw We explore the distances in our universe like you’ve never seen before! Join us as we head out to Stockholm, to check out the largest scale model Solar System in the world! Join the conversation on Facebook - www.facebook.com/thescienceofeverything Special thanks to: Kelly Perreur-Lloyd Cassie Smith Andy Smith Emma Fenton-Wells Music: maxzwell - Darlin dyalla - Let's Go Out maxzwell - Stay Engelwood x Jeff Kaale - Woah rogyr - long day tomppabeats - Good morning rogyr - 5am Jeff Kaale - Pillow Talk Andrew Applepie - Deserts Joakim Karud - Twerk Future James - lifecouldbeadream Dyalla Swain - Need Someone Panthurr - I Love You (pt. 2) Jeff Kaale - Good Girls Eat Dyalla Swain - Feel Good Johnny Rock - A Great Day Kronicle - Life Andrew Applepie - Berlin Footage Supplied by: NASA Prelinger Archive Wikicommons Wikimedia A very special thanks also to: KTH Royal Institute of Technology Professor Emeritus Nils Brenning
'The Dress' of Audio Illusions
 
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We're all familiar with at least one or two optical illusions. But it's not just our visual system that's susceptible to this form of trickery; you're auditory system is just as guilty! Join the conversation: www.facebook.com/thescienceofeverything
How You Are Related to Kevin Bacon
 
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You may familiar with 6 degrees of separation, but according to the researchers at Facebook HQ, that degree of separation is closer to 3.5! Join us on Facebook: www.facebook.com/thescienceofeverything
Survival of the Cutest
 
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Joana's study: http://journals.plos.org/plosone/article?id=10.1371/journal.pone.0088842 Charles Darwin once suggested that 'survival of the fittest' was the basis for organic evolution. But when it comes to animal conservation 'survival of the cutest' might be a more apt adage. Check us out on Facebook: www.facebook.com/thescienceofeverything Check out our shmick new website: www.thescienceofeverything.com.au
Animals that Outlive the Galápagos Tortoise
 
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This week we check out the animals that outlive the Galapagos Tortoise! Including a couple that are biologically immortal! Check us out on Facebook: www.facebook.com/thescienceofeverything Check out our shmick new website: www.thescienceofeverything.com.au
Your Daily Dose of Radiation
 
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It's been 30 years since the disaster in Chernobyl but the radioactive fallout has left and lasting impact on Europe and the world. But did you know that you're exposed to ionising radiation every single day? This week we explore the causes and effects of everyday radiation! Check us out on Facebook: www.facebook.com/thescienceofeverything Check out our shmick new website: www.thescienceofeverything.com.au
Science-Fiction According to a NASA Scientist
 
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How realistic is Hollywood sci-fi? We asked a NASA scientist to find out! Join the conversation on Facebook: www.facebook.com/thescienceofeverything
The World's Strangest Christmas Tradition
 
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Ahh, the nativity scene. There are the usual suspects; Mary, Joseph, the wee baby Jesus ... and a man squatting over a perfectly coiled turd! Say hello to the world's weirdest Christmas ritual! Join the conversation on FB: www.facebook.com/thescienceofeverything
Why Nikola Tesla is Overrated
 
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Nikola Tesla was an amazing scientist. But a lot of what you know about the enigmatic, mad scientist of the 19th century is untrue! Join the conversation on FB: www.facebook.com/thescienceofeverything
An Extended Conversation with Joana Roque de Pinho
 
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Last week we talked to Joana about the role aesthetics play in animal conservation. As bonus content, this week we bring you the bare bones of that conversation where we speak more in depth about how these issues affect the Massai people of rural Africa. All additional footage supplied by: British Pathe Joana's study: http://journals.plos.org/plosone/article?id=10.1371/journal.pone.0088842 Check us out on Facebook: www.facebook.com/thescienceofeverything Check out our shmick new website: www.thescienceofeverything.com.au
The Toughest Animal on the Planet
 
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This week we take a look into the bizarrely cute and incredibly resilient mico-organism; the Tardigrade! Join the conversation on Facebook: www.facebook.com/thescienceofeverything
The Science of Everything: Channel Trailer
 
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Welcome to The Science of Everything; where we ask the questions that are rarely answered!
Why Mars' Moon is Tearing Itself Apart
 
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In 3 to 5 million years time, Mars' largest moon, Phobos, will literally tear itself apart forming the planet's very own ring system! Join the conversation on Facebook: www.facebook.com/thescienceofeverything
The Science of Everything: Channel Trailer 2
 
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Welcome to The Science of Everything; once you've caught the curiosity bug, you'll never see the world the same way again!
2016: A Year in Science
 
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With all the political and cultural turmoil that occurred in 2016, it would be easy to forget that this year was huge for science! Join the conversation on facebook: www.facebook.com/thescienceofeverything
Channel Update: I'm in Stockholm!
 
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Just a quick update to let you know what I've been up to for the last couple of weeks. Join the conversation on FB: www.facebook.com/thescienceofeverything
An Extended Conversation with NASA Scientist Dr. Pamela Conrad
 
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In March I got to catch up with NASA Scientist Pamela Conrad to discuss how realistic Hollywood science fiction is. This was our conversation. Join the conversation on Facebook: www.facebook.com/thescienceofeverything
The Grand Scheme of Things - Trailer
 
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We're back with a brand new episode coming 1st September. We've taken things up a notch in this 20 minute, international, scientific adventure. I hope you can join us! Find us on Facebook: facebook.com/thescienceofeverything
An Extended Conversation with Microbiologist Martina Doblin
 
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Last week we headed aboard the CSIRO's research Vessel; 'The Investigator'. This week we go in depth with the ship's last Chief Scientist; Asoc. Prof. Martina Doblin

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