Scientists have been on the hunt for a particle that is supposed to explain how the universe got to be full of matter. The 'God Particle' is believed to be responsible for giving mass to all matter.
In this lesson, you will learn about a property of matter called density. Diana will conduct experiments to answer the question 'Why do things sink and float?'.
Feral goats are an introduced pest to Australia, but worth as much as lamb meat. They are also money-making saviours to many outback stations in tough times.
To survive in the forest, cute tiger cubs must transform into invisible killers in three critical steps.
A mountain gorilla learns the coordination to roam free in a tiny fragment of forest.
Did we invent God? Since our brains are where we experience reality, does imagining God make God real? One neuroscientist is trying to find the answer.
As cities are built, animals are pushed out of their natural homes. These 'wild outcasts' find themselves fighting for their place in a land that once belonged to them.
In this lesson, you will learn why scientists organise living and non-living things in a logical order. Diana will show you how to construct a dichotomous key for classification.
To survive in the savannah, young painted wolves must become powerful pack members.
Thanks to NASA's ground-breaking Kepler mission, astronomers believe there are over 20 billion alien worlds with liquid water and therefore the potential for life.
For these lion cubs to survive, they need a fearless mother with a four-point survival plan.
Emperor penguins battle the worst winter on Earth. Can the chicks survive to adulthood?
A group of chimps in Senegal is led by an alpha male named Dave.
Can time tick on forever, or will there come a time when time itself ends? Some believe time always was and always will be, even though space may not last forever.
At three months old, the struggle for the animal babies to find food begins to hit home.
Can time tick on forever or will time itself end? It's possible that eternity already exists, and the future is traveling back in time to shape the present.
This episode explores whether the secret to an animal's success in this fast-changing world is to keep one foot in the wild and one in the city, becoming a wild commuter.
In this lesson, Diana will teach you how the Earth rotates and revolves in space, and then she'll show you how to make your own model to answer the question: how do day and night occur?
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