Hi Jake, I am wondering if I can post your video on my FB page? I paint custom ceiling murals of the stars with constellations in the correct order, shooting stars and the Milky Way galaxy. The name of my business is Cosmic Illusions based out of Longmont, CO. I’ve been looking for some informative information for my followers. I think your video would be perfect for kids. I just wanted to ask for permission before I used it. Thanks, Bill Kerwin, Cosmic Illusions

Hi Bill

Though I’m not sure which specific video you’re referring to, I have to point out that I do not own the rights to any of the materials shared here (for educational purposes).

Below the caption for each video there should be a link that says “source”, please click on this link to be taken to the original upload of any video. This will hopefully be where you can contact the original creator/team behind the video and ask permission to adapt it.

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Hi Jake, I am wondering if I can post your video on my FB page? I paint custom ceiling murals of the stars with constellations in the correct order, shooting stars and the Milky Way galaxy. The name of my business is Cosmic Illusions based out of Longmont, CO. I’ve been looking for some informative information for my followers. I think your video would be perfect for kids. I just wanted to ask for permission before I used it. Thanks, Bill Kerwin, Cosmic Illusions

What Is The Hottest Temperature Possible  The idea of absolute…

What Is The Hottest Temperature Possible 

The idea of absolute hot springs from its better-known cousin, absolute zero, which, as you may recall, is 0 K, -273.15° C or -459.67° F. And although abridged definitions of the lowest temperature will frequently state it is the point at which matter stops moving, this is technically incorrect. Absolute zero is actually the point where molecular motion no longer produces heat (but does have zero-point energy).

Want the text version?: http://www.todayifoundout.com/index.php/2016/04/inconceivably-hot-cold-absolute-hot/

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By: Today I Found Out.

What Is The Hottest Temperature Possible  The idea of absolute…

The MAGNETO SNAIL! (and other marine gastropods)  In 2015, a new…

The MAGNETO SNAIL! (and other marine gastropods) 

In 2015, a new species of deep-sea snail was described that blew our minds: the the scaly-foot gastropod (Crysomallon squamiferum), aka basically the Magneto Snail. Living in hydrothermal ecosystems is a tough life, so this snail had evolved with a shell literally made out of iron – some populations’ shells are even magnetic. Food sources are scarce down there but these snails don’t eat – they get all of their energy through a process of chemosynthesis, in which the bacteria living in their guts produce the nutrients required for sustained life.

The more I looked into the fascinating world of marine snails, I realized I knew virtually nothing about these invertebrates. They’ve dominated every part of the ocean, from the banks to the floor, inhabiting niches that allow them to diversify in incredible ways.

So, here’s a quick overview of some of the 4.5 million snails in the Field’s collection! Stay tuned to hear Jochen play a giant conch shell at the end. It’s worth it.

By: The Brainscoop.

The MAGNETO SNAIL! (and other marine gastropods)  In 2015, a new…