The Halloween of 2020 is a Full Blue Moon mystery – Ideas to make it Special

This year’s Halloween may be the creepiest ever, with a full blue moon that took 19 years to reappear on this Saturday and a real crazy virus that hangs around. It’s also a full hunter’s moon, aka blood moon, and the clock turns back on this day. Although somewhat frightening, you can make a lot of fun out of it.

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Philosophy of Quantum Physics/Mechanics, all the official interpretations explained in one video-animation

A flawless explanation of the various interpretations of Quantum Mechanics, through a 3D video animation. The work of Eugene Khutoryansky has helped hundreds of thousands of people to understand many difficult scientific concepts through his videos. The following is one of them.

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From the Smallest, up to the Universe. The two best Size Comparison videos you should watch

After the first viral video (that got over 30M views) that started from the size comparison of the Earth’s Moon, went up to the size of the Universe, and even the theoretical multiverse, YouTube’s channel morn1415 has created another masterpiece where the comparison starts from the smallest possible.

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Look at Moon’s Asteroid craters (and our traces) like Never Before

The bus-sized asteroid (Asteroid 2020 SW) that, today, is going to pass near Earth and over the Southeastern Pacific Ocean, after 9 pm AEST, at a distance of about 22.000km, is nothing to worry. Statistically, asteroids of that size get destroyed in the Earth’s atmosphere almost every year, and only a few small fragments can make it down to the ground. But…

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Information about the Sun and a 4K video from NASA showing the Sun in amazing detail

Launched on February 11, 2010, the spacecraft for the Solar Dynamics Observatory (SDO) mission started to capture ultra-high quality Sun imaging data for NASA. The SDO is a part of the Living With a Star (LWS) program that is managed by the Heliophysics Division of NASA’s Science Mission Directorate. Continue reading Information about the Sun and a 4K video from NASA showing the Sun in amazing detail

A technique to decongest a stuffy nose ASAP

There are many how-to articles about this subject on the internet, but almost all of them are talking about a theoretical way that doesn’t work at all, a way where you have to push between your eyebrows and use your tongue to push upwards. Forget that, it doesn’t work. Continue reading A technique to decongest a stuffy nose ASAP