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The Dark History of Matches Video

The Dark History of Matches

When we began mass-producing matches in the 1800s, workers in the factories started dying mysteriously. The history of our sparking little flame-sticks is darker than you think. Hosted
6 Things We Still Don’t Know About Earth Video

6 Things We Still Don’t Know About Earth

The earth is our home, and while we like to think we know a good deal about it, there are still some mysteries that scientists are looking to unravel. Hosted by: Olivia Gordon SciShow
The Wild Reasons Many Older People Wake Up So Early Video

The Wild Reasons Many Older People Wake Up So Early

You might think your grandma who wakes up at 4am just needs less sleep than younger people. Not so! Studies suggest there are some bizarre reasons older people rise at the crack of
A Very Handy Fish Fossil Video

A Very Handy Fish Fossil

This week, scientists discover something in a fish fossil that might give us a hand in finding our earliest land dwelling ancestors. Hosted by: Hank Green SciShow has a spinoff podcast!
Why Animals Take Care of Other Animals’ Young Video

Why Animals Take Care of Other Animals’ Young

Thank you to the Monterey Bay Aquarium for partnering with us on this episode of SciShow. Visit https://www.montereybayaquarium.org/visit/exhibits/sea-otters/meet-our-otters to learn
How Washington Became a Ship Graveyard: A SciShow Field Trip #3 Video

How Washington Became a Ship Graveyard: A SciShow Field Trip #3

Thanks to Subaru for partnering with us on this episode. Head to https://www.subaru.com/vehicles/outback/ to learn more about the all-new 2020 Subaru Outback. Olympic National Park
Where Are All the Tiny Dinosaurs? Video

Where Are All the Tiny Dinosaurs?

What was the smallest non-avian dinosaur, and why were there so few tiny dinos running around the Mesozoic? Hosted by: Stefan Chin SciShow has a spinoff podcast! It's called SciShow
Why Scientists Keep Trying to Break This 18th Century Law Video

Why Scientists Keep Trying to Break This 18th Century Law

It’s usually not a great idea to break laws, but breaking the laws of science is an exception! In fact, it’s often how we make progress. Hosted by: Stefan Chin SciShow has a spinoff
The Riddle of Washington’s Mt. Olympus: A SciShow Field Trip #1 Video

The Riddle of Washington’s Mt. Olympus: A SciShow Field Trip #1

Thanks to Subaru for partnering with us on this episode. Head to https://www.subaru.com/vehicles/outback/ to learn more about the all-new 2020 Subaru Outback. Stefan and Alexis are
4 High-Tech Ways To Stop Wildfires (And 1 Low-Tech One) Video

4 High-Tech Ways To Stop Wildfires (And 1 Low-Tech One)

Thanks to climate change, many regions are experiencing longer and more dangerous wildfire seasons. Here are 4 high-tech ways we are trying to stop these fires in there tracks, as
These Trees Eat Salmon! Video

These Trees Eat Salmon!

SciShow is supported by Brilliant.org. Go to https://Brilliant.org/SciShow to get 20% off of an annual Premium subscription. Fish-eating trees sound like they’re straight out of
The Ancient Island That Transformed Washington: A SciShow Field Trip #2 Video

The Ancient Island That Transformed Washington: A SciShow Field Trip #2

Thanks to Subaru for partnering with us on this episode. Head to https://www.subaru.com/vehicles/outback/ to learn more about the all-new 2020 Subaru Outback. Even though there are
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