/tag/asap-science/ is back with another informative and entertaining video. I love how random the topics are that they discuss. Topics like The Science Of Morning Wood, The Science of Orgasms, and The Scientific Cure For A Hangover were particularly interesting to me.
In this new video, they talk about “The Science Of Love“. It turns out the brain in love looks strikingly similar to one on drugs like cocaine! No wonder it seems like love can make people crazy and breakups can cause withdrawals – LOL.
Find out what drives love, and why we simply love being in love by checking out the video below. The ASAP Science videos are created by Mitchell Moffit and Gregory Brown. Keep ‘em coming, boys!
One of my new favorite video series of 2012 is definitely ASAP Science, but Mitchell Moffit & Gregory Brown. They post some pretty fascinating videos on topics that you may think about but might not know the answer to. Take “The Science Of Morning Wood” for example. Everyone knows it happens, but why is a whole other story.
Back in September, they posted a video titled “Amazing Facts That Will Blow Your Mind,” which I somehow missed, but I’ve included it below along with the Part 2 of that segment, with mind-blowing facts about sperm, alcohol and tons more. Did you know that the Tyrannosaurus Rex is closer to our time than it is to when the Stegosaurus roamed the earth? I sure didn’t. Watch the videos below for some pretty fascinating info…and so you can sound even smarter around your friends ;)
Watch & learn below!
I’m loving these informative and entertaining videos from ASAP Science. So far, the videos we’ve shared from you from these guys include “The Science of Morning Wood,” “The Science of Orgasms“, “The Scientific Cure for a Hangover“, and “Could A Zombie Apocalypse Ever Exist?”
In this post, I’ve included two recent videos they have done – one relating to marijuana and the other alcohol. The first video helps you to understand your drunken stupor, from the brain’s perspective. The video explains how alcohol molecules alter your brain, ultimately resulting in a night that you…hopefully remember. It explains why you feel less, perceive less, notice less, and remember less.
The second video shows what you look like on the inside, when smoking cannabis. The video discusses the effects of Marijuana on your brain, and how it defines your experience. It even covers why pot can make you feel like you’ve come up with the best ideas ever!
In case you’re wondering, there’s no video on the effects of both at the same time though – LOL. Watch and learn below!
I am absolutely LOVING this new found Canadian talent and I think you will too. May I introduce to you Mitchell Moffit. This indie-pop artist from Toronto, ON will capture your ear with his unique blend of electronic sounds, synthesizers, soothing lyrics and spectacular vocals. His sound reminds me of Imogen Heap, Radiohead and Sigur Rós all blended together to make one unique debut EP.
Born into a family of musicians, Mitchell’s love for music began young. Specifically, the piano became his escape from reality and a monumental component to create, explore and view the world around him. He began to write songs (which would never see the light of day) but would lay the groundwork for some amazing music.
Mitchell gained a little bit of world wide fame when he entered a contest titled The Best Job In The World. (Patrick also entered this contest.) Mitchell created a short mini-musical type video to explain why he should be hired to work for Tourism Australia. His effort paid off and he came in 2nd place over 65,000 other potential applicants. Now after that endeavor and working for Contiki Holidays, Mitchell Moffit is ready to let his music take the front seat. Give Mitchell’s tunes a listen below.