How to drill a square hole
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[X-post from r/HardcoreNature] Thresher Sharks use their tails like whips to stun small fish
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Restoring a double edged axe.
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How igloos are built in a spiral
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How to lift an object properly.
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Time lapse of braces
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Diego the stud
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How Humbugs Were Made In 1967
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How the Himalayas were formed
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How Domestic Cats Spread Around The World
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Physical ReactionA squirt of limonene rich orange oil instantly pops a balloon (mic)
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Understanding blood pressure
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It just keeps going farther down.
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How Genetic Code Can Be Influenced By The Body’s Exposure To The Sun
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A spider-tailed viper lures it’s prey
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Making a star with 2 rubber bands
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The Dzhanibekov effect
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How car windows work
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This method is used to eradicate a tick problem on cows
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How satellites combine multiple greyscale images to create colour images
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A brinicle, formed out of extremely cold saline water, descends to the sea floor, trapping marine invertebrates in a river of ice.
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Potassium explosively reacts with water (in the form of Ice)
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Paint reacting to thinner
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A 24Hz sound wave shot at 24 fps creates the effect of the standing wave
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All The Nasty Things Inside A Pimple
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Bioluminescent algae are known for producing a vivid flash of blue-green light whenever their surroundings are disturbed, usually by something as simple as the water around them being in motion. Controlled by circadian rhythms, the light becomes visible at night.
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How reverse thrust works on ship propellers
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This is how Pots were made from German Army Helmets (1946)
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The Rough-skinned Newt produces a neurotoxin called tetrodotoxin. TTX prevents the flow of sodium, which blocks the electrical signals necessary for conducting nerve impulses, and can eventually lead to paralysis or death.
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