Could TESS Find Another Earth?

The search for exoplanets is an effort to understand our place in the universe. How special are we? Is there another Earth out there? Are there other versions of us?

TESS, the Transiting Exoplanet Survey Satellite, is currently surveying the entire sky to get us closer to the answer. It’s an exoplanet hunter unlike any other, and it could change the way we see ourselves.

Special thanks to Dr. Sara Seagar for her help in researching this video.

The Man Who Disappeared For 27 Years

issociative fugues are states in which a person suffers an involuntary erasure of identity, literally living under a different personality for months or even years before waking up with no memory of the time that has passed.

One of the most perplexing cases of this is the mystery of Benjamin Kyle, a man who was found beaten and naked behind a dumpster in 2004 and had no memory of his life or identity.

The Deadliest Strip of Land In The World

The Isthmus of Panama is a tiny strip of land that completely divided the world in two, and the effort to find a passage through it became one of the deadliest undertakings in history.

Writing/Research: Cooper Carr
Editing: Nick Turnbow
Special thanks to Rachel Rouse and HOK for the use of the office space for this video.

5 Ridiculous 2020 Predictions

Interested in Fully Charged Live? I’ll be there along with Tim Dodd the Everyday Astronaut, Ben Sullins from Teslanomics, as well as some of your favorite electric car YouTubers. Find out more here:
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7 Ways To Store Renewable Energy

Renewable energy is growing by leaps and bounds, but in order for much of it to work, it needs to be stored during peak production and released during low production.

The future of renewables may lie in our ability to store and use the energy they generate. Here are 7 big ideas to make that a reality.

The Greatest Science Experiment That Never Happened

The Superconducting Supercollider was set to be the largest particle accelerator in the world, by a long shot. In fact, it would still to this day be the biggest and most powerful. But history had other plans.

This is the story of America’s supercollider – the biggest failure in science history.