Tag: science

Where to Buy Queen Ants | Getting Started in Ant Keeping 101

Where to Buy Queen Ants | Getting Started in Ant Keeping 101

By Micah Moen 100 Comments August 25, 2019

Greetings, AC Family! If you love ants or have a curiosity for nature, you’re in the right place! After watching videos on this channel, have any of you ever considered possibly keeping ants yourselves? Based on your comments on all our videos, it seems a lot of you have. Well, getting your ant colony started […]

Sharks 101 | National Geographic

Sharks 101 | National Geographic

By Micah Moen 100 Comments August 25, 2019

(ominous music) – [Narrator] They glide through the water with unmistakable grace, remnants of an ancient past, they dive and they rise from the ocean’s murky depths to it’s sun-kissed shallows, rousing fear and awe like no other creature in the sea. The world’s biggest living fish is a shark. Of the estimated 34,000 species […]

Life Inside a Dead Whale

Life Inside a Dead Whale

By Micah Moen 100 Comments August 25, 2019

If a whale falls in the ocean, and no one’s around to see it, does it still create a complex, unique ecosystem? Turns out, it does. A whale fall is what happens when a whale dies out in the open ocean and its body sinks really far — to at least a thousand meters down. […]

Evolutionary Development: Chicken Teeth – Crash Course Biology #17

Evolutionary Development: Chicken Teeth – Crash Course Biology #17

By Micah Moen 100 Comments August 25, 2019

When little kids say they want to grow up to be a scientist, here’s what they actually mean: a. They want to blow things up in a laboratory setting. b. They want to get bitten by a radioactive monkey which will turn them into a terrifying humanoid battle monkey. c. They want to make a […]

Fire Ants Walking the Tight Rope

Fire Ants Walking the Tight Rope

By Micah Moen 100 Comments August 25, 2019

OMG! I know you guys have read the title so let’s get to it! We’ve watched ants do some of the most amazing things on this channel, but what you will see in this video, will blow your mind! Now, I love watching how ants deal with challenges, and this week, we put our most […]

The Critical Importance of Pollinators

The Critical Importance of Pollinators

By Micah Moen 6 Comments August 25, 2019

the difference between the future we want and a future we fear isn’t always obvious sometimes the smallest thing can have the biggest impacts three quarters of the world’s main food crop types depend on the most unassuming of creatures animal pollinate what is an all pollination it’s when an animal carries pollen from the […]

Exploring Food Chains with Minecraft Education Edition

Exploring Food Chains with Minecraft Education Edition

By Micah Moen 0 Comment August 25, 2019

– [Tiffany] There’re learning about ecosystems currently so I felt like that would be a great opportunity to use Minecraft. I got a training got some information I had 2 trainings actually and then in between was able to sort of practice play, build, incorporate some things in my classroom. We took the perspective of […]

What if all Mosquitoes Disappeared? | #aumsum

What if all Mosquitoes Disappeared? | #aumsum

By Micah Moen 100 Comments August 25, 2019

It’s AumSum Time. What if all Mosquitoes Disappeared? They have not disappeared. They have gone to a Party. Oh AumSum. Firstly, mortality rates would be greatly reduced. As malaria and dengue fever are caused by mosquitoes. Malaria is responsible for more than 400,000 yearly deaths. Secondly, as mosquito bites will no longer be an issue. […]

Universe Size Comparison 3D

Universe Size Comparison 3D

By Micah Moen 100 Comments August 25, 2019

Ceres, 950 km The Moon, 3500 km Callisto, 4800 km Mercury, 4900 km Mars, 6800 km Venus, 12000 Earth, 13000 km (You are Here) Kepler 22b, 30000 km Neptune, 50000 km Uranus, 51000 km Saturn, 120 000 km Jupiter, 140 000 km Proxima Centauri, 200 000 km The Sun, 1.4 Million km Sirius A, 2.5 […]

Stanford researchers discover new type of cell communication

Stanford researchers discover new type of cell communication

By Micah Moen 0 Comment August 25, 2019

Spirostomum is a pretty bizarre cell. You can see it with the naked eye. You don’t say that about single cells on an everyday basis. We’re talking about 4 millimeters. I think what’s surprising about working out in nature is just the fact that we really don’t know what life is capable of. This is […]