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Hank gives you a sneak peek into SciShow - a new YouTube program that just might change the way you look at your planet, your universe, and even yourself.
If you don't subscribe, you're stupid! Or at least, stupider than you'll be if you subscribed and had Hank to help you learn why everything is the way it is. New episodes coming early January 2012!

* Follow SciShow on Twitter at http://www.twitter.com/scishow
* Find more of Hank at http://www.youtube.com/vlogbrothers
* Hank will also teach you biology at http://www.youtube.com/crashcourse
Hello. I'm Hank Green and I'm here to tell you to gird your loins for SciShow, a new show that may change the way that you see your planet, your universe, and maybe even yourself. Unfortunately, we're not allowed to show you all the amazing stuff we have cooking up in our la--well, actually, screw it. Just don't tell anyone we showed you this stuff. In depth science to feed your brain. Wind power, as you may have guessed by now, all weather on our planet is created by the sun. It behaves like a liquid when you stir it around or dip your finger in it, but give it a good smash with an apple and it suddenly solidifies. There you have it. It is the Tardigrade. Also called a ‘water bear' or a ‘moss piglet'. Quick fixes to keep you going. Picture, in your mind, the toughest animal on earth. Pipistrel-Taurus-G4, which, by the way, looks like an aircraft that a really creative eight year old would draw... We call it ‘distributive power' and it's great. The latest news from around the universe. By reproducing The Big Bang, scientists have hoped to find clues to unravel the greatest mysteries of cosmology. Then it becomes much more likely that life is a very, very common thing in our universe. Up to the minute news and interviews. I'm talking to two actual lead scientists from the European Organization for Nuclear Research in Geneva, Switzerland. This is Jolie. She's a European Starling. Me and Daisy are gonna kiss! Rolf Heuer told me Rolf Heuer: Both would be a huge discovery. Hank: Yep! It's going to be a strict regimen of awesome to be taken three times per week. You'll start seeing new videos right here at YouTube.com/SciShow starting January 2nd, so subscribe now. Until then, tell everyone you know who's more alive than this guy to subscribe, too. If you don't subscribe, you're going to feel like an idiot--w--no, if you don't subscribe, you're going to be an idiot. You will literally be less smart if you do not subscribe to this channel. Hank [to skeleton]: I'm looking forward to working with you. [to camera]: And you, too.