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Why Humans Have Trouble Seeing Underwater

This video explains why humans have trouble seeing underwater. It discusses the concept of light bending and refracting, and how the human eye is adapted to focusing in air. It also explains why wearing goggles can help humans see clearly underwater, and how fish have adapted to seeing in water.

  • Physical Sciences
  • 4
Why Do Males Have Nipples?

This video explains why males have nipples. It explores the developmental stages of embryos and how nipples form before the sex of the embryo is determined. The video also discusses the role of a special protein called PTHRP in the development of nipples in female mice and the absence of nipples in male mice. It concludes by explaining that male nipples are a genetic byproduct of female breasts and have not been selected against in males.

  • Physical Education
  • 5
Walking vs Running in the Rain: Which Keeps You Drier?

This video explains whether it is better to walk or run in the rain to stay dry. It concludes that regardless of how fast you're moving, the same amount of rain will hit you from the top. However, if you're moving, you'll also run into raindrops from the side and get wetter. So, to stay driest, you should try to minimize the amount of water falling onto you from above and get out of the rain as fast as possible.

  • Physical Education
  • 3
Understanding the US Congressional Budget Process and Earmarks

This video focuses on the budget process in the US Congress. It explains the role of the Appropriations Committees in deciding how much money goes to various departments and programs in the federal government. It also discusses the concept of earmarks, which are specific projects funded by Congress, and their controversy. The video provides historical data on earmark spending and presents different perspectives on their impact.

  • English Language
  • Art
  • Literature
  • 6
  • 8
Understanding the Kinetics of the Reaction between Blue Food Coloring and Household Bleach

This video discusses the reaction between blue food coloring and household bleach. It explores the order of the reaction and analyzes graphs of absorbance over time. The video also mentions the relevant equations for kinetics and explains how to determine the order of a reaction based on the graphs.

  • Physical Sciences
  • 6
  • 7
  • 8
Understanding the Difference between Weather and Climate

This video explains the difference between weather and climate. It discusses how weather can change quickly, while climate changes more slowly. It also explores the impact of climate change on ecosystems, using the example of a desert ecosystem. The video highlights the adaptations of plants and animals in a desert environment and how changes in climate, such as increased temperatures and decreased rainfall, can disrupt the balance of the ecosystem.

  • Earth and Space Sciences
  • 9
  • 10
  • 11
  • 12
Understanding the Definitive Role in Fourier Series

This video discusses the definitive role in Fourier series and explores different scenarios for the integral of sine(mt) * sine(nt) dt. It uses trigonometric identities and integration properties to evaluate the integral and determine its value in different cases.

  • Mathematics
  • Higher Mathematics
Understanding Vision: How Our Eyes Work and the Power of Lenses

This video explains the concept of vision and how our eyes work. It also demonstrates a simple trick to see clearly when you don't have your glasses. The video highlights the role of lenses in focusing light and how a pinhole can also create a clear image. It concludes by emphasizing the importance of lenses in glasses, telescopes, and eyes.

  • Physical Sciences
  • 1
Understanding Temperature Scales: Fahrenheit, Celsius, and Kelvin

This video explains the temperature scales of Fahrenheit, Celsius, and Kelvin. It discusses the freezing and boiling points of water in each scale and highlights the unique features of Kelvin.

  • Mathematics
  • 6
Understanding Separation of Powers and Checks and Balances in American Government

This video explains the concepts of separation of powers and checks and balances in American government. It discusses how the national government is divided into three branches: legislative, executive, and judicial. The legislative branch is responsible for making laws, the executive branch carries out the laws, and the judicial branch interprets the laws. The video also explores how each branch has the power to limit or check the other two branches, creating a balance of power. The purpose of checks and balances is to prevent the government from acting in ways that harm the rights and interests of the citizens.

  • English Language
  • Art
  • Literature
  • 11
  • 12
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