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The Rebuttal of Schrödinger’s Cat

Watch as singer/songwriter Sarah Donner impersonates a cat to sing a fun rebuttal to the Schrödinger’s Cat Theory.

Filmed at the Princeton Plasma Physics Laboratory.

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Last Week Tonight with John Oliver: Stephen Hawking Extended Interview [HBO]

John Oliver talks to Stephen Hawking in the first installment of Last Week Tonight’s new “People Who Think Good” series. They cover such topics as parallel universes, artificial intellicence, and Charlize Theron.

The Science of Ice Cream [Reactions]

You’re probably craving ice cream to cool you down this summer. Reactions looks at the chemistry involved in making the treat creamy and sweet.

Turns out the creaminess of ice cream has little to do with cream. It’s all about the ice crystals. The smaller the crystals, the creamier the treat. We make ice cream three different ways with American University Assistant Professor Matt Hartings, and taste the difference.

Should You Hover Or Cover The Toilet Seat?

Public bathrooms can be pretty gross – but should you be worried about contamination? Is the toilet seat really all that dirty or dangerous?

Science breaks down whether you should hover or cover the toilet seat.

Jimmy Fallon & Questlove vs Neil DeGrasse Tyson & Nerdist: All Star Celebrity Bowling

Welcome to All Star Celebrity Bowling!  Brace yourself for a Late Night battle of Galactic proportions as Team Nerdist takes on the crew from Late Night with Jimmy Fallon.

Amazing Magnetic Levitation Device

CLM 2 magnetic levitation module provided by Crealev. This device is to huge and powerful, it’s really hard to believe.

This unit can float objects weighing near 20 pounds. Even though it’s beautiful to walk in the room and see this unit sitting there. The magnetic disc is hidden under the chessboard, for instance. The visual of a floating pillow supporting a 7 pound brick is fun to see. And then the last was just so cool to see.

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