A simulation by the International Centre for Radio Astronomy Research (ICRAR) shows what the collision between our own Milky Way Galaxy and the nearby Andromeda Galaxy will look like in approximately five billion years. The video represents gasses in the galaxies in blue and newly formed stars in red.
Host Joe Hanson explains how clouds stay in the air in a recent episode of It’s Okay To Be Smart. Hanson also discusses different classifications of clouds, and tells the story of Lieutenant Colonel William Rankin, the only known person to survive a fall through a cumulonimbus cloud.
There’s nothing wrong with having your head in the clouds.
Carrot is designed with you in mind. It’s a seamless experience, meticulously crafted, from beginning to end. It’s not just a vegetable, it’s what a vegetable should be.
Host Tom Scott (see previously) explains why the British have separate hot and cold water taps instead of having them mixed in a recent episode of Things You May Not Know. Scott also explains why he still won’t drink from the hot water tap.
Creepy dolls, puppets, art, ceramics and other collectibles spotted on the PBS series “Antiques Roadshow” that look like they should be haunted! Sorry for the nightmares.
via Bonnie Burton