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8 Facts About Earthquakes That You Didn't Probably Know [VIDEO]

The movement of tectonic plates are what causes an earthquake, The resulting process creates disasters we've no doubt seen before. Here are 8 more facts about them you probably didn't know.

Watch the video below:

Scientists Created A Coating That Makes Everything Almost Unbreakable [VIDEO]

How do you make something indestructible? Scientists have created a new kind of material called Line-X and it is a type of coating that is five times stronger than steel. It can even withstand punches from a wall breaker. Good luck breaking out of this:

Science Guy Steves Pangler Shows Ellen DeGeneres How To Make Giant Smoke Rings [VIDEO]

Smoke rings are totally fun. As evidently shown by science guy Steve Pangler. Check out how it's done in this video after the jump:

Humans Were Probably Happier in The Matrix. Study Says Humans Prefer Robot Overlords

According to researchers from MIT's Computer Science and Artificial Intelligence Lab (CSAIL), humans actually prefer to take orders from robots. If so, then Neo's efforts in freeing everyone was all for naught. Everyone was happier before he lifted the veil.

If Computers Made Wishes Come True, It Would Be Disastrous [VIDEO]

According to this short film, a magic computer that grants you your wishes may sound awesome at first, but horrible in the long run. How so? Spencer Susser explores just that. Titled "Eugene", this short should definitely get all the attention it deserves. Great work. Check it out:

How Do You Really Know You Exist? [VIDEO]

How do you know this isn't the Matrix and we're not just part of some program? How do you know you are real? Here's James Zucker, attempting to explain just how one can know they exist. Check it out:

To Pee, Or Not To Pee in The Ocean? [VIDEO]

There probably isn't anyone who's not peed in the ocean before. But before you think that's a bad thing, don't worry. Science explains how perfectly fine that is. Check out the video below.

They explain that urine is mostly water, in fact, a good 95% of it is. and even if everyone in the world takes a piss in the ocean, it still wouldn't taste like piss. Find out more below:

8 Facts You Probably Didn't Know About Your Dreams [VIDEO]

Dreams are fascinating. Sometimes they are great. Other times they may be weird or even a tad scary. Whatever it is, everyone dreams. And here are some 8 facts you probably didn't know about them.

For instance, the video explores where the word nightmare comes from.

You Can't Steal This Bike. Unless You Break It [VIDEO]

Tired of locks that don't work and people taking off with your bike? The Yerka Project is an interesting one because it can't be stolen without breaking it. The project is being developed by 3 Chilean students. Watch the video below:

Clever Ways to Reduce Your Mobile Data Charges

About ten years ago, you wouldn’t see many people walking around with a smartphone or tablet device. Such technology was in its infancy, and most people used their computers at work or home to go on the Internet.

7 Ways To Be More Productive by Hacking Your Brain [VIDEO]

There are many ways to be more productive, but perhaps the best way to do so is to understand why we aren't in the first place. Here are a couple of brain hacks you can use to be a tad bit more productive.

Vine Will Now Let You Add Existing Video into The App [VIDEO]

Vine released an update that adds the ability to import existing videos into the app and supports mixing two different videos together. The new update is currently available on iOS with an Android release expected soon.

Watch The Beautiful Hyperlapse Video of Lisbon and Sesimbra

Ukrainian filmmaker Kirill Neiezhmakov created a hyperlapse video of Portugal's coastal areas - Lisbon and Sesimbra. The video, shot in May 2014, is set to the song “World Looking In” by Morcheeba. Watch the beauty of Portugal below:

This Is The Crazy UI Design of Guardians of the Galaxy [VIDEO]

The Guardians of the Galaxy has some incredible UI design in the film, showing off some of the most impressive graphics used in movies in recent times.

Done by Territory Studio, they uploaded a reel of its work to Vimeo. You can check out how it is done.

Where Does the Pleasant Smell of Rain Comes From? [VIDEO]

Everyone loves the smell of rain. But where does it come from? The latest episode of It’s Okay to Be Smart, explains exactly just that.

If you said “from the sky,” then congratulations! You are hilarious. But it’s a lot more interesting than that. The pungent perfume that accompanies rainstorms carries special chemical signatures, some born from lightning, some from deep within the soil.

What Are the Biological Causes of Depression? [VIDEO]

ASAPScience uses animation to explain and explore the scientific theories surrounding the biological causes of depression and how medications work to counter its symptoms. According to them:

When we look at the brain of a depressed person, studies show that the hippocampus tends to be much smaller than average…the longer a person has been depressed the smaller the hippocampus becomes. The cells and networks literally deteriorate…Interestingly, many modern drugs, including those which affect serotonin levels, have an indirect effect on the growth of brain cells. This is why serotonin-based drugs seem to help some patients, but not for the reasons we once thought. Instead, they promote the release of other chemicals that ultimately stimulate neurogenesis, the growth of new neurons.Check out the video here:

This Is How You Measure The Speed of Light....With Chocolate! [VIDEO]

Here's a fun experiment to try out at home. How do you measure the speed of light without the use of laboratory props? Turns out all you need is a microwave, ruler, and a bar of chocolate. Simple as that!

Lasers in the Entertainment Industry

When mst people think of laser technology, they would think of lasers are only used in the industrial business. But most people don’t know is that laser are used in various industry including the military, healthcare, science, arts and entertainment. Today, let’s focus on the lasers used in the entertainment industry. The entertainment industry uses lasers for a variety of purposes including producing fabulous "light shows" and digital film writing to DVDs. Below are a few examples of how the entertainment industry puts lasers to use for your enjoyment:
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