This video shows a reconstruction of the Antikythera mechanism, a 2000 year old astronomical computer!

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Ever forgotten something at home but didn’t have enough time to go back and pick it up? Well have you thought of travelling through a worm hole? Or better yet, travel back in time and make sure you don’t forget it!

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Learn how classical relativity impacts our everyday life.

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Debbie Berebichez is the first Mexican woman to earn a PhD in physics at Stanford University. In this video she explains how time reversal works and its possible application.

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The laws of physics are meant to predict what will happen. So if you learn the ins and outs of physics, then you should be able to predict all the questions on your next test, right?

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There is a lot more going on with New Year's than meets the eye. For instance, why do we divide time into years that consist of 365 days? How exactly do we measure a year? Why is January 1st the first day of our calendar year?

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With leap years every 4 years, our days drift from the time counted out by the Sun, but only measured over centuries. So leap years are lessened to non-centuries divisible by 4 and centuries divisible by 400.

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The first animals on earth actually appeared about 400 million years earlier than dinosaurs and they were discovered right here in Canada!

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Michael Jain writer June 11, 2009Arecent study tells us that we have genes in our bodies that areactivated every 8 hours. What does this tell us about our internal bodyclocks?

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For most of us, checking the time is as simple as looking at a watch or a clock—but have you ever wondered how these devices keep time?

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