The World's Most Asked Questions | Compilation

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A while back, we were tasked with answering some of the world’s most asked questions. So here, in one convenient location, are some of those questions and their answers.

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45 thoughts on “The World's Most Asked Questions | Compilation

  1. Go to http://Brilliant.org/SciShow to try their Physics of the Everyday course. The first 200 subscribers get 20% off an annual Premium subscription.

  2. Many of these "daily goals" in calories etc takes no consideration if you are a large man like Brian Shaw or an infant girl. Makes perfect sense …

  3. I know 2 surefire ways to cure hiccups. I used to work with this old man who, If he noticed you had hiccups, he would come talk to you for a few minutes, and you were cured. I also know another older guy. When I had hiccups, he pulled a crisp $100 bill, waved it in my face and told me to hiccup. For the life of me, I couldn't.

  4. What is love question: More research is needed, focused on aromantic and asexual people. How do these hormones affect people with lower to no sex drive, and how do aromantic people react to these hormones in their system? Do polygamous people have a higher threshold of the monogamy hormone and therefore do not get attached to one person strongly, or do they have a lower threshold and therefore get the "monogamous" effect more easily with people?

  5. Well the “heart” was originally supposed to be a scrotum soo… that’s prolly a good reason. Why it got flipped upside down and called a heat I don’t know.

  6. Well the “heart” was originally supposed to be a scrotum soo… that’s prolly why’s why it got flipped upside down and called a heat I don’t know.

  7. Well the “heart” was originally supposed to be a scrotum soo… that’s prolly why’s why it got flipped upside down and called a heat I don’t know.

  8. Well the “heart” was originally supposed to be a scrotum soo… that’s prolly why’s why it got flipped upside down and called a heat I don’t know.

  9. Well the “heart” was originally supposed to be a scrotum soo… that’s prolly why’s why it got flipped upside down and called a heat I don’t know.

  10. Well the “heart” was originally supposed to be a scrotum soo… that’s prolly why’s why it got flipped upside down and called a heat I don’t know.

  11. You can purceive the sky to be pink. Stare at a blue pool liner for a long time, in the sunshine, then look at the sky. I thought it was an oman of sorts when I was 8 years old hehe.

  12. Is the universe endless
    Is big chungus beyond size
    Does 9D exist
    Is the universe only 0.0000000000000001% the size of the full universe and other universes are like spiderman into the spider verse and there are other versions of ourself
    Are we ever going to have flying cars
    Can we ever teleport
    Will god meet us
    Will the world end
    Will we be able to invent technology that makes you able to live inside your dreams
    In the future is the universe goin to be like Star Wars and humans and aliens and robots collaboration
    Will humans be extinct l
    Can anyone breath in space
    Can fish see water
    Will we ever be able to breath in water
    Will currency ever end and everything will be free

  13. “A brain in love looks like a brain in on cocaine” looks over at my bag of coke and wink. Bag of coke looks back and shudders

  14. For hiccups: take a shot of vinegar. It's disgusting, so disgusting in fact, that it shocks your throat enough to make you stop hiccupping. It's horrible but it works every damn time.

  15. Hey… about the water thing… wouldn’t you need more water if you’re on your period as well? Like, female bodies need less water, but when you’re losing a whole bunch through bleeding, you gotta refuel?!

  16. My hiccup trick is to breath in until you can’t take in anymore air, then swallow until you can’t swallow anymore. Always works for me! And seems to mix both of those techniques

  17. 4:00 What always fails to get mentioned is: What parts of my body exposed to light? EYES? SKIN? No source I've found has ever made this clear (so please, if you're going to answer my question, cite some source).

  18. So yeah, about Calories… I'm now in my 30s and have never been able to get above 130lb (and because I'm 6'2", I look like a flagpole) – I eat waaaayyy more Calories than I apparently need according to online calculators but just can NOT gain weight… I've always heard it's because I must have a "high metabolism" but what does that even mean and is there any truth to it??

  19. The answer to why the sky is blue is wrong. It has nothing to do with the particals but everything to do with biology. Rods and cones in your eyes determine what colors you see not particals. And they even say regarding why we can't really see violet 12:03. Meaning if you see the sky as green. You are right the sky is geen for the exact same reason as someone sees the sky as blue. Just replace the blue with green when using the exact same scientific reason as to why the sky is the color it is. When it comes to the science of the human senses, this is the only area of science that i know where that answers change depending on who is doing the science.

  20. One that works for me every time, though it does require holding still for a moment, is to suck in a breath of air, as much as you can, for eight seconds, than suck in a little bit more and hold for around eight seconds. I do not know if it is because of the CO2, I always just though it inflated your lungs and prevented your diaphragm for being able to spaz out for a few moments, but I have had a lot of success with it, which I am glad for, because I get frequent hiccups.

  21. So the human brain is basically making it's own coke? Damn human body, you're amazing in both good and bad ways

  22. Most effective way to fall asleep I've found so far, is a trip to the dentists chair. No kidding, I had to keep myself awake last time because I constantly faded in and out of sleeping. I thought it would bother them if I did fall asleep. Turned out afterwards it wouldn't, so I'll definitely grab that chance next time, if I feel tired. They told me they already have a few patients who sleep while being operated on. I'm probably gonna end up joining that team tbh..

  23. for me the best remedy for hiccups is drinking a huge like as big as a mouth full of water that u can possibly drink like enough that it’s actually a lil painful but u do it while bending over so ur heads upside down while u drink it. i swear for me it works 95% of the timr

  24. The sky is blue, because air is blue.
    Rayleigh scattering is just the explanation why air is blue, but every material has some reason why it is the color it is.

    (yes, this argument was totally stolen from xkcd, but it is still right)

  25. Ive always found the easiest way to get rid of hiccups is to stop moving, jam your fingers into your diaphragm in that little notch thing under your sternum and breath deep and slow. . . Never failed me, but it may very well just be placebo that causes the change as im always 100% convinced that itll solve it within 10 seconds

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