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  1. This provides a comprehensive collection of free lectures in mathematics and science from colleges and universities around the world. And also it includes lectures in social science such as history, philosophy and psychology. http://www.infocobuild.com/education/education.html
  2. This web page provides a comprehensive collection of links to audio and video courses and lectures in physics from colleges and universities. The topics covered in those lectures include classical mechanics, modern physics, quantum mechanics, particle physics, quantum chromodynamics, string theory, field theory, electricity and magnetism, Einstein's theory of relativity, and scientific computing.
  3. This is a collection of free and open audio/video lectures for academic courses, public lectures and events, and other educational videos. It includes lectures on science, engineering and social science: mathematics, physics, biology, chemistry, computer science, electrical engineering, history, psychology, and more. Free Access to Audio/video Lectures
  4. http://www.bbc.co.uk/news/health-11692799 I read this article on BBC news site. It's interesting in that small amount of electric current to the brain can improve math ability. Later, somebody might develop a product that makes all of us math genius or poker genius by stimulating our brain with electric current.
  5. There are lots of educational videos about physics and physicists, including documentary films and video lectures which are created for lay audience. Learn Through Video - Physics provides a comprehensive collection of those videos. The videos explain physics concepts in an easy-to-understand manner.
  6. I find an interesting documentary series, BBS Documentary, telling the story of early pioneering users of computer networking in 1980s when the Internet was still in the Lab. http://documentaries-plus.blogspot.com/2010/09/bbs-documentary.html
  7. How about this idea? Instead of developing a gigantic container carried by a space shuttle, first develop the Moon and build a reservoir there. Then move sea water to the reservoir using teleportation or space shuttles.
  8. We can learn math and science by taking lectures or reading books or having a discussion with friends. There are many channels we can learn through. Especially, nowadays online resources are used extensively among students. Among the online resources for learning math and science, I pay much attention to documentaries explaining difficult concepts in math and science in an easy-to-understand way. http://www.infocobuild.com/books-and-films/science.html
  9. I'd like to recommend this site http://www.infocobuild.com/newsmedia/scintech/scintech.html because it contains many links to science and technology news for general audience and experts, from online media such as BBC, AP and Scientific American. So it is a place where you can get the latest science news and information at your convenience.
  10. Dr. Joseph Bell pioneered the field of forensic science. He was partially modeled as the fictional detective Sherlock Holmes in the novel A Study in Scarlet by Arthur Conan Doyle. During surfing the Internet, I find this chemistry lectures on forensic science. http://www.youtube.com/view_play_list?p=89100A7A07F67C3B
  11. Physics Lectures - New Revolution in Particle Physics by Prof. Leonard Susskind at Stanford University: 1) Basic Concepts (Fall 2009 Lectures) 2) Stand Model (Spring 2010 Lectures)
  12. http://video.google.com/videoplay?docid=80785608139596344# This tells about the future of computer science, especially related to artificial intelligence. This tells that artificial intelligence will revolutionize homes, workplaces and lifestyles.
  13. Yes, I watched the documentary - Visions of the Future presented by Prof. Michio Kaku. In the third episode The Quantum Revolution includes the story about teleportation. There Dr. Anton Zeilinger told he succeeded in performing teleportation. Okay, now teleportation is possible. However, as you are asking, how about teleportating a human body? I think teleportating a human body is possible if the human body is a simple collection of atoms. However, I have a question about whether a human body can be broken down into atoms without any losses.
  14. http://news.bbc.co.uk/2/hi/science/nature/8767763.stm This is about Earth's gravity level newly released. Reading this article, I have a question: If a person who is living in a region of gravity level 100 (from the map at the article) moves to a region of gravity level -100, is it possible for the person to feel the subtle change in gravity level?
  15. http://www.infocobuild.com/books-and-films/science/albert-einstein.html It provides some useful resources related to Einstein: Documentary films about Einstein's life and career; Books by or about him.