Science Monday: How tides work

Why the moon gives us two tides and other interesting tidal tidbits

Before we start finding and creating a ton of CES gadget videos over the next week, here's today's science lesson, courtesy of YouTuber minute physics. Today's topic is on tides, and why the moon gives us two high tides and low tides instead of just one. Also, why you can never survive flying into a black hole.

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