Kurzgesagt offers an informative animated lesson about the extreme danger of a supernova explosion and what would happen if it hit Earth.
Kurzgesagt offered several scenarios showing how black holes and their gravitational singularities might be destroyed.
Kurzgesagt shows via colorful animation how cells communicate for the most effective autonomic response possible at any time.
Kurzgesagt takes a look at the difference between habit and routine, noting how small changes in these can help foster change in one's life.
Kurzgesagt shows via vivid animation how cells can be corrupted by cancer, like the invasion of a city, starting with a single cell.
Munich design house Kurzgesagt explores what dinosaurs might have actually looked like versus what we've long understood them to be.
Kurzgesagt offers an existential lesson in terrestrial humility with an animated look at the increasingly smaller forms of life that lurk under our feet.
Kurzgesagt offers an existential lesson in cosmic humility while looking at how humans move through an enormous universe.
The ever-philosophical design house Kurzgesagt explains what would happen in the very unlikely event that the Moon crashed into Earth.
The ever-philosophical design house Kurzgesagt (previously) embarks on a virtual search for the largest black hole in the universe. In doing so, they explain through…