MythBusters: Lunar Lunacy
Watch as Kari Byron tries to replicate the NASA footage of a feather and a hammer dropping -- and landing -- at the same time in this video from Discovery Channel's "MythBusters."
Assignment Discovery: Issac Newton's Principia
On Discovery Channel's "Assignment Discovery," learn about Sir Issac Newton's book, "Principia," which contains his ideas on how mass interacts with force, inertia and acceleration, and his historic definition of gravity.
Master of the Universe: Thermal Radiation
On The Science Channel's "Master of the Universe," Stephen Hawking discusses the phenomenon of thermal radiation from black holes and what it means in connection to the beginning of our universe.
What the Ancients Knew: Buoyancy Defined
Ever wonder why some objects float and others sink in water? Watch and find out as host Jack Turner explains the phenomenon of buoyancy on The Science Channel's series, "What the Ancients Knew."
Master of the Universe: Stephen Hawking's Famous Voice
Stephen Hawking has an unusual appetite for life. Though he's almost completely paralyzed, he continues to make scientific advances. He also has one of the most recognized voices in the world. Learn more on The Science Channel's "Master of the Universe."
An award-winning 20-minute documentary on LIGO, the Laser Interferometer Gravitational Wave Observatory. The video examines how LIGO is spearheading the completely new field of gravitational wave astronomy and opening a whole new window on the universe. It explains how LIGO's exquisitely sensitive instruments may ultimately take us farther back in time than we've ever been, catching, perhaps, the first murmurs of the universe in formation. Credit: National Science Foundation; Thomas Lucas Productions
World Science Festival: Brian Greene
Watch as Dr. Kiki interviews the founder of the World Science Festival, physicist and Columbia University professor Brian Greene. Check out the rest of the Science Channel's "World Science Festival" series to learn more about the future of science.
Through The Wormhole: Double Vision
This physicist describes the fluctuating properties of light as an experience similar to staring at a barcode on a juice carton while intoxicated.
Through The Wormhole: DIY Wormhole
This physicist is driven to try and construct an actual wormhole that is both predictable and has stable properties. What could go wrong?