Aquaculture Research: Deep water mussel farming in Newfoundland and Labrador

Aquaculture Research: Deep water mussel farming in Newfoundland and Labrador

My name is Dr. Harry Murray. I’m a DFO scientist at Northwest Atlantic Fisheries Centre in St. John’s. We’re working on a project to compare the condition and health of mussels grown in shallow water versus grown in deep-water sites. ACRDP – Aquaculture Collaborative Research and Development program. That’s a funding program administered directly byRead More Aquaculture Research: Deep water mussel farming in Newfoundland and Labrador

How Toxic Is the Inside of a Glow Stick? – Dear Blocko #28

How Toxic Is the Inside of a Glow Stick? – Dear Blocko #28

Hey there! Welcome to another episode of dear blocko! This is the show where i answer your questions about your world and my world! First question up hotdog man234 Gonzalez #Dearblocko what happens if we touched the stuff in a glow stick? The short answer? Most of the time, not a whole lot. While glowRead More How Toxic Is the Inside of a Glow Stick? – Dear Blocko #28

How Kodak Discovered Radioactive Rain

How Kodak Discovered Radioactive Rain

[♪ INTRO] In July 1945, a group of scientists gathered in New Mexico and began a new age of science by detonating a nuclear bomb. It was called the Trinity test and was part of the larger Manhattan Project, which successfully developed nuclear technology for World War II. But there were also some unexpected consequences.Read More How Kodak Discovered Radioactive Rain

Our Hydrogen Experiment Escalated Quickly!

Our Hydrogen Experiment Escalated Quickly!

What’s up guys welcome back. I’m hanging again with my good friend Brian brushwood. He is the Modern road. Hey, man This is Grant thompson. He’s the king of random. And today we’re playing with some mad science. We’ve got some drain cleaner We’ve got some aluminum foil. What kind of a reaction will theyRead More Our Hydrogen Experiment Escalated Quickly!

Fish out of water

Fish out of water

This is a fish called a bichir. Bichirs are found in Africa, and like all fish, they live in water. That is, until they met researcher Emily Standen, who’s working at McGill University in Canada. Standen thought that she would try raising bichirs on land. Why, you ask? To see if it helps them walk.Read More Fish out of water

How Earth’s Tides Gave Us Life As We Know It

How Earth’s Tides Gave Us Life As We Know It

{♫Intro♫} For hundreds of years, “Are we alone in the universe?” has been the ultimate question for science. And while astronomers are busy searching for life beyond Earth, they’ve also started asking another question: If life seems so difficult to find, then why is our world so full of it? One answer might be overheadRead More How Earth’s Tides Gave Us Life As We Know It

This Old Sailors’ Mystery Could Help Save Swimmers

This Old Sailors’ Mystery Could Help Save Swimmers

This episode is sponsored by NordPass. NordPass takes the stress out of remembering your passwords and provides secure access to all your online accounts. Head to Nordpass.com/SciShow to learn more. [ ♪INTRO ] Today, if you’ve got somewhere to go, you might hop in a car or even take a plane. But for centuries, aRead More This Old Sailors’ Mystery Could Help Save Swimmers

Evidence for the Global Flood of Noah (Creation Magazine LIVE! 8-03)

Evidence for the Global Flood of Noah (Creation Magazine LIVE! 8-03)

People have a lot of questions about Noah’s Flood: could it really have happened the way the Bible says it did? Get your questions answered and find out why it matters, this week on Creation Magazine LIVE! Welcome to Creation Magazine LIVE! My name is Richard Fangrad. And I’m Thomas Bailey. This week, our topicRead More Evidence for the Global Flood of Noah (Creation Magazine LIVE! 8-03)

Oceans 101 | National Geographic

Oceans 101 | National Geographic

– Oceans cover over 70 percent of the Earth’s surface. They not only serve as the planet’s largest habitat, but also help to regulate the global climate. – The ocean is a continuous body of salt water that surrounds the continents. It is divided into four major regions: the Pacific, Atlantic, Indian and Arctic. TheRead More Oceans 101 | National Geographic