In this 2-minute video, David Kaplan explains how the search for hidden symmetries leads to discoveries like the Higgs boson.
How Symmetry Shapes Nature’s Laws?
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The Fascinating Science of Snowflakes in 4 Minutes Explained by Brian Cox
From the Royal Society, physicist Brian Cox explains how snowflakes form, why each snowflake is unique, and debunks an age-old myth about the color of snowflakes in a short 4-minute…
Richard Feynman – Ode To A Flower
In one interview on BBC for the Horizon, Richard Feynman shared a conversation that we call this monologue “Ode to the Flower.”
The Math in Futurama: How 93 Cents Turned into 4.3 Billion Dollars?
Futurama is a beloved cartoon that aired in the early 2000s. The show followed the adventures of a pizza delivery boy, FRY, who found himself cryogenically frozen for 1000 years.…
Humpback Whales Use Fibonacci Sequence for Their Bubble-Net Feeding
This is the mesmerizing moment a group of humpback whales uses the bubble-net feeding technique to make a spiral to hunt for krill.
The Hardest Geometry Question in Rushmore
Have you ever watched the movie Rushmore? It's a quirky, charming film that tells the story of Max Fischer, a high school student with big dreams, a big heart, and…
Car-Free Town of Zermatt, Switzerland
Traffic, congestion, and carbon emissions are among the most pressing issues that cities around the world are currently dealing with. In response, some cities are taking bold steps to combat…