AsapSCIENCE creators Gregory Brown (left) and Mitchell Moffit (right) explore new territory in their book,

AsapSCIENCE creators Gregory Brown (left) and Mitchell Moffit (right) explore new territory in their book, "Answers to the World's Weirdest Questions, Most Persistent Rumors, and Unexplained Phenomena.” Photo: Screen grab

At the intersection of humor and humanity you’ll find YouTube crowd-pleaser AsapSCIENCE tackling odd, unexpected, and generally amusing inquiries centered around, well, science.

Creators Mitchell Moffit and Gregory Brown transform questions we often wonder (but perhaps not aloud) into entertaining video shorts, right before our eyes—questions like "Should we all be eating insects?", "Can you drink too much water?", and "What if you stopped drinking water??"

As it turns out, these, and infinitely more creative musings, have been asked and answered in scientific detail by AsapSCIENCE.

In response to the many queries that have not been developed into shorts, however, AsapSCIENCE has published a book: “Answers to the World’s Weirdest Questions, Most Persistent Rumors, and Unexplained Phenomena.” Order a copy here.

Here are five must-watch clips for the inquisitive athlete:

Does Sex Affect Athletic Performance?

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Talent vs. Training

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How Olympians Have Changed (1924–2014)

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Can Music Improve Athletic Performance?

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Why Do We Get Nervous?

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