In this segment of the SciShow, host Hank Green tells us all about sonoluminescence, the phenomenon where sound (at a certain frequency) creates an imploding bubble and generates light when going through a liquid. So, a mantis shrimp’s claws are pretty strong… so strong that they can produce a bubble that’s about as hot as […]
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Host Hank Green answers the age-old question “Why is my poop green?” in a “Quick Questions” episode of SciShow (see previously). Green also explains that it’s one of the most commonly Googled questions in English.
It is fun to watch a bullet shot from a 44 go through a block of ballistic gel. "Sonoluminescence is a a phenomenon that occurs when gas bubbles are suspended and driven in a liquid at ultrasonic frequencies. This results in bubble ...
Host Hank Green explains why our voices sound different to us than everyone else on the latest episode of SciShow (see previously). Take it from an expert: It’s weird to hear how your voice really sounds.
On the latest SciShow, host Hank Green gets to the bottom of the uncanny ability for European peat bogs to preserve human bodies for thousands of years. The best known example of the phenomenon is Tollund Man an Iron Age body discov...