How are we all so sure we aren't dreaming at this exact moment?
This leafless parasitic vine exhibits complex problem solving behaviors.
Why do we age? Dr, Michio Kaku explains the second law of thermodynamics.
How do we measure where dark matter is if we cannot see it?
Go with Morgan Freeman to the birthplace of time: Greenwich, England.
A computer can visualize what a person is seeing just by monitoring their brain.
Ebola is the infection of our nightmares. How do deadly viruses like ebola evolve to affect humans?
Time itself may have begun during the Big Bang; before the Big Bang, there might not have been space or time.
Do signals in our brain sometimes create a false memory?
Aliens could see that our planet supports life based on the variety of colors.
Space and time seem continuous to us but on a fundamental level, it may be more granular than that.
Statistics professor Richard Janikowski uses data to find patterns hidden in the numbers. Can his methods stop crime before it happens?
Alien evolution could produce a living machine-like planet.
Ready, set, evolve.
This physicist describes the fluctuating properties of light.
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