The National Sleep Foundation found five "sleep personality" types. Of the five types identified, only two groups are considered good sleepers, while the other three groups portrayed less positive sleep patterns. Sleep patterns are impacted by age, lifestyle, and health.
Rock-paper-scissors is a popular game, most often used for quick decisions. Losing is basically like drawing the short straw. However, no one has ever really found a way to strategically win the game, which has always seemed completely random.
Numberphile Hannah Fry proves that it's not by venturing into the science of rock-paper-scissors and showing that, with a little math and quick thinking, scoring a win isn't as hard as it seems.
Millions of years ago, trees did not have a natural defense against cold temperatures dipping below freezing. However, as explained by MinuteEarth, scientists now know two ways in which trees can survive the cold.
British science communicator Andy Elliott demonstrates the unique properties of a paperclip made from nitinol (nickel titanium). The "magic trick" with nitinol is actually based on changing temperature, which makes it very useful in the medical field.
Dreams are a very interesting topic on any level. Everyone dreams, whether they remember it or not. According to certain studies, most people have between 4 and 6 dreams each night in their REM cycle.
AsapSCIENCE explores the dream realm to get some answers. People have always been intrigued by the possibility of remembering dreams and even finding ways to document them. Science explains the possibilities of recording our own dreams.
Disney's latest animated adventure film, "Frozen", contains one of the most memorable songs in recent memory. To celebrate their success, Disney releases the song "Let It Go" in 25 different languages in one video.
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