Good old SciShow just love filling us in on the inner workings of everyday science that we take for granted. In this episode, they show us three scientific reasons why we go a little nutty for the cuteness. Or as I call it, why you should always watch Pulling At My Heartstrings videos.
More knowledge bombs dropped on you after the bump.
VSauce, like all the learning channels out there, has a good knack for finding a topic that is truly interesting to us Internet-ers. This time, they tackle colors and the difference between simulated-colors and true colors in "This Is Not Yellow".
When watching a talking head bores you, turn to antics of GloveAndBoots and their puppets! In this installment, learn about the history of that bane of in-boxes, spam. Not the fake meat, but the crappy emails.
ASAPScience knows what kind of information we can't live without. "The Science of Orgasms" is pretty self-explanatory, so I won't ruin the climax.
PBS has been on a roll with their Off Book series lately, and this latest video is no exception. With the help of the Internet, fandom has increased to a new level creating the new breed of "superfans". PBS examines this topic and shows how much said obsession and love is changing the world we live in today.
We can't be learning things and not toss in some math, so here is a lovely TED video on how to prove a mathematical theory. Hint: it's not as easy as you may think,