The Fake Neighborhoods on Google Maps

The Fake Neighborhoods on Google Maps

This video was made possible by Brilliant. Start learning with Brilliant for 20% off by being one of the first 200 to sign up at brilliant.org/HAI. If you’re from San Francisco there’s a few things you’ve probably never heard of: toast without avocados, three figure rent, republicans, and the East Cut neighborhood. If you go

Digital Marketing explained through motion graphic 2019 – vAnimation Services

Digital Marketing explained through motion graphic 2019 – vAnimation Services

YOU OWN A BUSINESS BUT YOU DON’T KNOW HOW TO PROMOTE IT? You need a website but in order to make your website relevant, you need Digital Marketing. But the question is WHY? • A website helps you present your product or service and enables online shopping • 70% users only look at the first

Scientists May Be One Step Closer to Figuring Out How Fast the Universe is Expanding

Scientists May Be One Step Closer to Figuring Out How Fast the Universe is Expanding

The universe is a big place, and it’s getting bigger all the time. Space itself is stretching out, expanding in all directions. But exactly how fast it’s expanding is still hotly debated, and that number is vital to understanding the scale, size, and age of our universe. The speed at which the universe is growing

We Just Found a MAJOR Clue About How Life Started in the Universe Thanks to Buckyballs

We Just Found a MAJOR Clue About How Life Started in the Universe Thanks to Buckyballs

Space isn’t as empty as you might think; in between the stars, there’s lots of dust and gas, what’s known as the interstellar medium. This is the stuff that makes planets and possibly, life. Most of the interstellar medium is made up of simple atoms, like hydrogen and helium, but there’s a lot more out

NASA’s Nuclear Drone Will Search For Life on Titan

NASA’s Nuclear Drone Will Search For Life on Titan

Saturn’s largest moon, Titan, is thought to have seas of methane with a landscape and atmosphere functioning much similar to our own. Which is why NASA is developing a nuclear-powered rotorcraft-lander, deemed Dragonfly, to send to Titan’s surface. This car-sized drone will investigate the organic-rich terrain like never before, revealing whether or not this moon

How Close Are We to Zero-Emissions Electricity?

How Close Are We to Zero-Emissions Electricity?

We’ve all heard the statements and stats about the ominous timeline our planet is on. To avoid the worst effects of climate change––from natural disasters to mass extinction––we know that we need to reduce our greenhouse gas emissions. And fast. And when we stop literally lighting things on fire to power our world, we can

How Close Are We to Fusion Energy?

How Close Are We to Fusion Energy?

Coal is dirty. Nuclear is scary. Solar and wind aren’t always reliable. Hydrothermal and hydroelectric aren’t widely accessible. And we’ll eventually deplete our oil reserves. Okay, yes, this is all a bit of hyperbole, but the bottom line is that we don’t have a perfect source of energy. But, there might be hope. Around the

The dark history of "gasoline baths" at the border

The dark history of "gasoline baths" at the border

Everything we know about Carmelita Torres is from a few newspaper accounts in 1917. They called her an "an auburn haired Amazon." Just 17 years old. She led angry women in anti-American rioting and shut down the US-Mexico border. But hidden within her story…is somethingmuch bigger than a single riot. It’s a story about American

Vox Almanac is going on a road trip

Vox Almanac is going on a road trip

We're going on a road trip. You may have seenother Vox Almanac episodes about the Concorde — the snoot would droop — or bowling or medieval snails. We're trying something new. We're gonna be doing fiveepisodes on a theme. I've been spending a lot of time looking at how roads shapeour history and our culture