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Horseweed

One of the most common weeds. It can be found in fields and meadows.

Miracle at the Arctic Circle

There is a country in Northern Europe often called the land of the thousand lakes. This is where Santa lives. This is Finland.

Frog violin

Is a matchbox able to imitate the croak of frogs? With the following experiment we reveal the secret in the acoustics of musical instruments.

Chamomile

Chamomile is one of the best known and most widely used herbs we have. Its infusion not only cleanses the respiratory tracts but also contains...

Socialist realism

The so-called socialist realist art had its peak in the 1950s. This video discusses what this term means.

Fire under the ash

Catalysts can facilitate or support the process of reactions that otherwise would not occur.

The diversity of forests

Natural forests are probably the most beautiful and diverse woods on the planet. The most common trees are oak, pine and beech.

Neo-Gothic architecture

Elements of earlier styles often reappear in modern architecture. An excellent example for this is the neo-Gothic style.

Greenwich Meridian

In1884, the International Meridian Conference determined the official prime meridian. This meridian passes through the Royal Observatory in Greenwich.

The wild boar

A common inhabitant of forests; it is the ancestor of the domesticated pig.

The ten-headed dragon who got bamboozled

The dragon wants to eat the bull but when people join forces the dragon is outwitted.

The little pig and the wolves

The wolf wants to eat the little pig. But the pig does not give in and teaches the wolf a lesson.

Beating heart of mercury

The drop of mercury starts to move rhythmically due to the rhythmic changes in the surface charge density and surface tension.

Weighing the Pythagorean theorem

In this experiment we provide proof of the well-known theorem of Pythagoras with a scale.

Lion

King of the savannahs, the lion is at top of its food chain. Its only enemy is man.

Sharks

The best known cartilaginous fish, sharks, do not chew their food; they use their razor-sharp teeth only for biting and tearing.

Raft

Let's make a raft with just a couple of simple tools!

Big Ben

The name Big Ben is often used to describe the tower, as well as the clock and the bell of the Palace of Westminster in London. The clock tower is a...

Dinosaur bones

The fossils found around the globe show that birds evolved during the Jurassic era from theropod dinosaurs.

Shakespeare's Globe

Let's take a walk in Shakespeare’s Globe Theatre. Although the original had burnt to the ground, it was rebuilt in 1997, so that we, too, can enjoy the...

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