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Most everything you wanted to know about, well, everything....

If you always wanted to know more about science but don't have time to go back to school or visit your neighborhood laboratory, Fermilab has an online library made just for you.

Since 2000, the high-energy particle physics laboratory in Batavia, Illinois, has recorded lectures for public consumption. The lectures all touch on science in some way be it recent research results, commentary from experts and academics in scientific or technology-related fields, or tales from those who cover science for the media.

Many topics involve particle physics, but many also cover weather phenomena, medical research, information technology advances, cosmology, and climatology. Just about every topic that incorporates research has been touched on in the 301 recorded talks, which each last about an hour.

"The Mechanisms of Nicotine Addiction" and "The Global Coral Reef Crisis" show up among lists of physics talks about the Large Hadron Collider, the Tevatron, and Gamma Rays.

So sit down, grab a cup of coffee and expand your mind.

Watch the talks here