This video explores the asteroid blast over Siberia in 1908 known as the Tunguska Event. See what the site looked like when the first scientists arrived to study the effects of the blast.

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Want summertime to never end? We can't extend the sunshine, but we can bring the science! Check out our top 10 resources about science that worships the sun.

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This video from MinutePhysics explains the counterintuitive physics behind turning a bike.

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This video from RiAus explains the science behind why speeding, even just a little bit, greatly increase the risk of a traffic collision.

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This video describes an innovative water-driven energy conversion process that uses bacterial spores and humidity to capture energy from evaporating water

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An animation of a classic Flanders and Swann song to explain the first two laws of thermodynamics in closed systems.

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This video from the Canada Science and Technology Museum and Canadian Nuclear Laboratories looks at the safety systems that are built into nuclear reactors.

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Michio Kaku and Morgan Freeman Explain The Second Law of Thermodynamics: That in any closed system, the disorder of particles, or Entropy, always increases and why no organism lives forever. A great STSE introduction to the concept of entropy.

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This video from the Canada Science and Technology Museum and Canadian Nuclear Laboratories looks at radioactive decay and sources of natural and human-made radiation in our environment.

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How much uranium would it take to power your house for an entire year? How is uranium used in a nuclear reactor to produce energy? Learn how Canada is a leading producer of nuclear reactors and how this energy gets to your house (Canada Science and Technology Museum and Canadian Nuclear Laboratories).

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