Go inside the latest science that examines the impact of video games upon our brains. We meet the gamers, programmers, psychologists and neuroscientists who are building a surprising case about the positive effects of gaming.
On this episode of How It's Made, see how macarons, pine needle baskets, and micrometers are made.
Scientists have discovered a mysterious ninth planet on the very edge of our solar system. Ten times the size of Earth, this strange world could have moons with extraterrestrial life.
British astronomers working for the CIA intercept Soviet photos of the moon. A malfunction on the ISS could poison its crew with deadly ammonia gas. A startling image taken by a NASA probe points to evidence that life could exist on Mars.
We've found the most power hungry clip makers on the web. Brace for destruction as they harness lightning, fire and ice to blow the lid off the internet.
We're turning the spotlight on internet legends who have done something incredible or are just plain lucky. From the fails and flops that make science the hardest master to the unlikely successes that make you wonder if they meant to do it all along.
Kari, Grant and Tory return to join our favorite teams, and a few new ones, competing in Punkin Chunkin 2013. Major contenders threaten to break world records as Mother Nature blows in to show her support.
Satellites discover American stealth technology deep inside China. An unidentified cloud swamps America’s skis. And something truly massive is lurking beneath Loch Ness. Just what on earth are they?
A satellite spots a set of huge arrows in the badlands of the American west. A blood red waterfall stains Antarctica’s snows. A plague of huge holes in the Siberian landscape. Just what on earth are they?
Strange spots near the Grand Canyon may hold clues to the legendary treasure of a notorious bandit. Satellite images could explain desert ruins rumored to be an entrance to an underworld. A city-size chunk of ice suddenly disappears in Antarctica.
A team of shipbuilders are building a giant tanker the size of two football fields. But as a potentially deadly typhoon approaches the shipyard and construction problems mount, they will be under the gun to complete this massive project in time.
As concern grows that governments and corporations can monitor our every move online, hackers and scientists are working on tools to fight back. But this controversial new technology could create a place where almost anything can be bought.