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  • 02:03 New A Visual History of Ancient Hairdos (and Don'ts)

    A Visual History of Ancient Hairdos (and Don'ts)

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    The documented history of hairstyles begins prior to 3200 BC, when braided wigs were in vogue. In this short animation, we've condensed hairstyles from over 50 centuries into a single video. From the chignon of 9th century BC, to horned buns that peaked i

  • 02:18 New Housing Through the Centuries

    Housing Through the Centuries

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    Throughout human existence, homes have varied drastically in scope, size, and design. Cob houses originated in the eleventh century, are made from straw and earth, and last for hundreds of years. In fact, people still make them today. We've come a long wa

  • 02:13 New A Visual History of Sports

    A Visual History of Sports

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    The first recorded sport in history was spear throwing, which arose in 70,000 BC out of a need for ancient hunters to practice their skills. Bowling was the first known ball game, appearing in Egypt in 3,200 BC; later, there was Pitz, played by the ancien

  • 02:20 New A Visual History of Light

    A Visual History of Light

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    400,000 years ago, humans and Neanderthals created fire. This ignited a relationship between people and photons that changed the course of mankind—and continues to evolve to this day. Take a tour through the visual history of light. For a detailed t

  • 11:58 New All Cats Go to Heaven

    All Cats Go to Heaven

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    "Cats are like potato chips," reads a sign in Bruce and Terry Jenkins’s home. "You can’t just have one!" In fact, the Jenkinses have dozens—the couple, both of whom are retired, have devoted their lives to caring for a plethora of elderl

  • 04:58 New Why Perfect Grades Don't Matter

    Why Perfect Grades Don't Matter

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    Research shows that chasing after perfect grades discourages creativity and reduces academic risk-taking. Here's why good grades don't always translate into success in life.

  • 02:46 New The Magic Wheelchairs That Turn Kids Into Superheroes

    The Magic Wheelchairs That Turn Kids Into Superheroes

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    One Halloween, Ryan Weimer’s then-3-year-old son wanted to dress up as a pirate. But his son, who has spinal muscular atrophy, is restricted to a wheelchair. So Ryan fashioned a homemade costume that incorporated the wheelchair as a pirate ship, and his s

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  • 03:39 New This Actor’s Cartoon Game Is Strong

    This Actor’s Cartoon Game Is Strong

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    Tara Strong makes her living rolling off cliffs and fighting villains … of the animated variety. You might not recognize her face, but you likely have heard her in hit cartoons like “The Powerpuff Girls,” “Rugrats” and “The Fairly OddParents.” Step inside

  • 16:06 New Five Stories That’ll Get You Running

    Five Stories That’ll Get You Running

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    In this reel, meet runners going the distance (and then some). One ultrarunner breaks records while another breaks stereotypes, the world’s fastest backwards runner shows off his moves and a young woman outruns her seizures. SUBSCRIBE: https://goo.gl/vR6A

  • 02:58 New The Man Behind Hollywood’s Monsters

    The Man Behind Hollywood’s Monsters

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    Even though you might not recognize him on the street, you’ve likely seen actor Javier Botet before. He’s the Hobo in “It” and Set in “The Mummy,” among other memorably horrifying characters. Meet the man behind the monsters. For all his ghoulish credits,

  • 02:50 New From Football Safety to Neurosurgeon

    From Football Safety to Neurosurgeon

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    Myron Rolle is a man of many talents. After graduating high school, he was considered one of the leading prospects for the NFL. Recruited by some of the biggest names in college football, he went on to become the starting safety for the Florida State Semi

  • 01:49 New Entering Austria’s Painted Crypt

    Entering Austria’s Painted Crypt

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    Founded in 1144, Austria’s Altenburg Abbey welcomes visitors with its aesthetic splendors. Not to be missed is its unusually beautiful crypt, a space adorned with frescoes painted by Paul Troger. But don’t let this light-strewn, cheerfully hued room fool

  • 02:24 New Breaking the Fast at the World’s Largest Iftar

    Breaking the Fast at the World’s Largest Iftar

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    Each night of Ramadan, thousands of pilgrims come together to pray and break the fast at the holy shrine of Imam Reza, in Mashhad, Iran. It’s the world’s largest iftar, a meal eaten after sunset by Muslims observing Ramadan to break their daily fast. Cook

  • 02:23 New Everyone in This Village Can Speak Sign Language

    Everyone in This Village Can Speak Sign Language

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    Bengkala, a small village tucked away in the jungles of Bali, is a demographic anomaly. Of a total 3,000 people, 40 are Deaf. Their condition is linked to a recessive gene that’s been passed down through seven generations. Rather than ostracize Deaf commu

  • 03:48 New Helping the Homeless Through Farm-to-Table Training

    Helping the Homeless Through Farm-to-Table Training

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    There’s a San Francisco garden growing more than just produce. In a city plagued by homelessness, the Farming Hope Initiative offers urban farming and cooking training to those without a place to live. The program aims to give participants skills that can

  • 02:40 New Swimming From Alcatraz to San Francisco 48 Times

    Swimming From Alcatraz to San Francisco 48 Times

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    The waters between San Francisco and Alcatraz, a former prison, are rife with urban legend. Some say the water is too dangerous for swimming, but Mitali Khanzodé, 16, and her sister Anaya, 12, see the water as a place to make and break open water swimming

  • 16:45 New Five Stories About Sounds All Around

    Five Stories About Sounds All Around

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    Silence may be golden, but in these stories, sounds are invaluable. Meet a blind birdwatcher observing songs, a musician creating weather forecasts for the blind and the team tracking Orcas underwater. SUBSCRIBE: https://goo.gl/vR6Acb This story is a part

  • 04:34 New A day in the life of an ancient Egyptian doctor - Elizabeth Cox

    A day in the life of an ancient Egyptian doctor - Elizabeth Cox

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    Check out our Patreon page: https://www.patreon.com/teded View full lesson: https://ed.ted.com/lessons/a-day-in-the-life-of-an-ancient-egyptian-doctor-elizabeth-cox It’s another sweltering morning in Memphis, Egypt. As the sunlight brightens the Nile, Pes

  • 02:01 New Where Did The Floss Dance Start? | COLOSSAL QUESTIONS

    Where Did The Floss Dance Start? | COLOSSAL QUESTIONS

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    By this point, everyone has heard of the Floss! But have you ever stopped and wondered, who actually invented the Floss Dance?? Welcome to COLOSSAL QUESTIONS, the show that answers all of life's most pressing questions! → Credits ← Narrated by: Matt Schne

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  • 01:18 New What If All Advertisement Disappears?

    What If All Advertisement Disappears?

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    ►Arnold's Instagram - https://www.instagram.com/meet_arnold/ If you like this video - put Thumb Up button (please) and ►Subscribe to my channel! - goo.gl/zgx5Ew - - - Business e-mail: ► ArnoldAdvert@gmail.com

  • 14:27 New What It Takes To Become The World's Best Whistler

    What It Takes To Become The World's Best Whistler

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    In 2012, Ien decided to compete in an international whistling competition along with people from different countries, backgrounds, and experience levels. He expected to learn about the art of competitive whistling, but learned about humanity instead. "Dit

  • 04:24 New #79 Making Strawberry Candy on a machine from Alaska from the late 1800's

    #79 Making Strawberry Candy on a machine from Alaska from the late 1800's

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    Get this candy here http://www.pd.net Go to http://www.ties.com and use the code LOFTY15 to save 15% on bowties. Check out part one of this video here: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=abJ3R0bqCbE The Klondike gold rush national historical park sent us a m

  • 02:33 New Chuck Berry Johnny B. Goode

    Chuck Berry Johnny B. Goode

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  • 05:11 New History vs. Augustus - Peta Greenfield & Alex Gendler

    History vs. Augustus - Peta Greenfield & Alex Gendler

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    Check out our Patreon page: https://www.patreon.com/teded View full lesson: https://ed.ted.com/lessons/history-vs-augustus-alex-gendler-and-peta-greenfield His reign marked the beginning of one of history’s greatest empires … and the end of one of its fir

  • 03:54 New Primitive Technology: Wood Ash Cement

    Primitive Technology: Wood Ash Cement

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    Primitive Technology: Wood Ash Cement - Creating wood ash cement from scratch Subscribe: http://bit.ly/subPT | Never miss a video! Enable ‘ALL’ Notifications! More videos, watch me cultivate and cook yams from scratch: http://bit.ly/2L5HmqY Fo

  • 12:50 This Sahara Railway Is One of the Most Extreme in the World | Short Film Showcase

    This Sahara Railway Is One of the Most Extreme in the World | Short Film Showcase

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    At more than 430 miles long, the Mauritania Railway has been transporting iron ore across the blistering heat of the Sahara Desert since 1963. ➡ Subscribe: http://bit.ly/NatGeoSubscribe ➡ Get More Short Film Showcase: http://bit.ly/ShortFilmShowcase About

  • 04:46 5 Crazy Coincidences You Won't Believe Are True | 5 FACTS

    5 Crazy Coincidences You Won't Believe Are True | 5 FACTS

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    Sure, we've all seen some weird coincidences, but you've never seen any like these!! From the guy who had a baby fall on his head... TWICE, to the failed inventions that changed Japan forever!! Tune in each week for 5 crazy, cool, epic, awesome, funny, we

  • 01:41 Where Nokia’s Ringtone Originally Came From

    Where Nokia’s Ringtone Originally Came From

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    Long after Francisco Tárrega died, a snippet from his solo ‘Gran Vals’ was revived in the most unexpected way.

  • 02:55 5 Strange Holidays From Around The World | 5 FACTS

    5 Strange Holidays From Around The World | 5 FACTS

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    From "Extraterrestrial Abduction Day" to "Have A Bad Day" Day, we've got all the strangest holidays from all around the world! Tune in each week for 5 crazy, cool, epic, awesome, funny, weird, wild, unexpected, true facts about...well, EVERYTHING!! → Cred

  • 06:04 Why France produces the most World Cup players

    Why France produces the most World Cup players

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    And some of the best. Subscribe to our channel! http://goo.gl/0bsAjO France has had the most native players and coaches in the last 4 World Cups… and their dominance has been on the rise. Players like Kylian Mbappe and Paul Pogba are the children of immig

  • 09:25 Why the US national anthem is terrible — and perfect

    Why the US national anthem is terrible — and perfect

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    Vox's Estelle Caswell and Joss Fong debate "The Star Spangled Banner" Subscribe to our channel! http://goo.gl/0bsAjO When Francis Scott Key attached his poem about the War of 1812 to a popular British song called "To Anacreon in Heaven," he kicked off ove

  • 03:52 How one typeface took over movie posters

    How one typeface took over movie posters

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    Why Hollywood kept using Trajan. Subscribe to our channel! http://goo.gl/0bsAjO For the past 25 years, one typeface has dominated Hollywood typography: Trajan. It’s everywhere, from Shakespearean epic classics like Titus to gory modern flicks like The Hum

  • 02:33 The Man Behind Khanacademy - Salman Amin Khan

    The Man Behind Khanacademy - Salman Amin Khan

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    The story of Salman Amin Khan. The faculty of Khanacademy!

  • 04:52 Are there universal expressions of emotion? - Sophie Zadeh

    Are there universal expressions of emotion? - Sophie Zadeh

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    Learn more about TED-Ed Clubs here: http://bit.ly/2z8YFSo View full lesson: https://ed.ted.com/lessons/are-there-universal-expressions-of-emotion-sophie-zadeh The 40 or so muscles in the human face can be activated in different combinations to create thou

  • 02:35 This Man Protects the World's Rarest Colors

    This Man Protects the World's Rarest Colors

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    The materials collection, at the Harvard Art Museums in Cambridge, MA, houses thousands of pigments, including some of the world’s rarest. Dragon's blood, mummy, Indian yellow: these are but a few flashy highlights from the museum's collection. SUBS

  • 03:24 Handel v Scarlatti - God Rot Tunbridge Wells

    Handel v Scarlatti - God Rot Tunbridge Wells

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    Scene from the movie in which Handel is invited to take part in a competition with the famous composer Domenico Scarlatti. They both along with Bach were born in the same year of 1685. The scene is based on a real event when both composers were aged 23, b

  • 12:26 Four Pioneers Blazing Their Own Trails

    Four Pioneers Blazing Their Own Trails

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    In this reel, we meet four defiant individuals knocking down barriers and creating new paths, from an instructor teaching yoga for everyone to a rapper finding music without a voice. SUBSCRIBE: https://goo.gl/vR6Acb This story is a part of our Human Condi

  • 02:42 Catching Tiny Fish With Tiny Rods

    Catching Tiny Fish With Tiny Rods

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    Every fisherman today has a big fish story, but in ancient Japan, the tiniest fish was the biggest catch. Tanago fishing is a Japanese tradition dating back to samurai over 200 years ago. A tanago fish can be as small as the nail of a pinky finger; in ord

  • 01:34 Don’t Blink: Japan’s Abandoned Sculpture Garden

    Don’t Blink: Japan’s Abandoned Sculpture Garden

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    Hidden in the town of Osawano, Japan is a sculpture garden with 800 lifelike statues of Buddhist deities alongside replicas of real people. Commissioned by Mutsuo Furukawa, this collection was recently re-discovered in 2016 by a photographer who stumbled

  • 02:40 Bringing a Community Together Through Tacos

    Bringing a Community Together Through Tacos

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    Keith Garrett went from selling drugs to selling tacos, burritos and quesadillas at his food truck, All Flavor, No Grease. Living on one of the most dangerous blocks in South L.A., Garrett began to bring together all flavors of people over his mother’s fa

  • 02:04 The Unlikely Origins of the Rearview Mirror

    The Unlikely Origins of the Rearview Mirror

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    The rearview mirror: a trusty soldier in the pursuit of security, a means of scanning for approaching traffic or monitoring backseat mischief. Surely its inventor had safety on the mind! Well, not quite. In 1911, a racer vying to win the inaugural Indiana

  • 03:36 Creating Guatemala’s Food of the Gods

    Creating Guatemala’s Food of the Gods

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    Of all its delicious offerings, chocolate is Guatemala’s most divine treat. The ancient Mayan tradition of chocolate making is a 2,500-year-old cultural legacy kept alive by dedicated farmers, roasters and chocolatiers. Hang on to your sweet tooth as we f

  • 04:34 This Map Shows Where American Accents Come From

    This Map Shows Where American Accents Come From

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    When you're traveling to another part of the US than you're originally from, it might be surprising to hear how different the locals sound. For instance, a New Yorker will likely speak the same English language in a completely different accent from a nati

  • 02:36 How The World's First Written Languages Spread

    How The World's First Written Languages Spread

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    The introduction of writing systems changed the world. It allowed humans to physically express thoughts and language, as well as record events for future generations to study. Although different writing systems developed independently in different areas o

  • 04:59 The Largest Guinea Pig Rescue In the World | Animalism

    The Largest Guinea Pig Rescue In the World | Animalism

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    The Los Angeles Guinea Pig Rescue is the largest guinea pig rescue in the world thanks to one woman! SUBSCRIBE: http://bit.ly/28QPw1I About INSTANT: ALL VIDEO. MOBILE-FIRST. DISCOVER THE “NEW FAMOUS” ONLY ON INSTANT.ME. Powered by People/EW/He

  • 09:02 Plastic Pollution: How Humans are Turning the World into Plastic

    Plastic Pollution: How Humans are Turning the World into Plastic

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    Modern life would be impossible without plastic – but we have long since lost control over our invention. Why has plastic turned into a problem and what do we know about its dangers? This video is a collaboration with UN Environment and their Clean

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  • 05:13 The psychology of post-traumatic stress disorder - Joelle Rabow Maletis

    The psychology of post-traumatic stress disorder - Joelle Rabow Maletis

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    View full lesson: https://ed.ted.com/lessons/the-psychology-of-post-traumatic-stress-disorder-joelle-maletis Many of us will experience some kind of trauma during our lifetime. Sometimes, we escape with no long-term effects. But for millions of people, th

  • 15:32 Beyond bionics: how the future of prosthetics is redefining humanity

    Beyond bionics: how the future of prosthetics is redefining humanity

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    Bionic technology is removing physical barriers faced by disabled people while raising profound questions of what it is to be human.From DIY prosthetics realised through 3D printing technology to customised AI-driven limbs, science is at the forefront of

  • 04:40 WWII Carter Air Raid Siren

    WWII Carter Air Raid Siren

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    Siren half way through restoration, this being a full speed test via 3 phase power. This was the first time it had operated for nearly twenty years and did so without fault! Motor manufacturer is Brook Motors of Huddersfield. Siren is Carter type 1H.

  • 01:53 The Man Who Could Take A Cannonball To The Stomach

    The Man Who Could Take A Cannonball To The Stomach

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    Meet Frank ‘Cannonball’ Richards. In the 1920s, he put his ‘iron-clad-stomach’ to the test, encouraging spectators to jump on him and whack him with a sledgehammer. He even enlisting a heavyweight boxer to give it his best shot. Su

  • 04:48 The Most Dangerous Journey to School in the World ...Little Kids Climbing a 2,624 Foot Cliff

    The Most Dangerous Journey to School in the World ...Little Kids Climbing a 2,624 Foot Cliff

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    Children as young as six from Atuler village in Sichuan province have to scale a huge rockface using rickety ladders to go to school. Imagine if you had to literally scale a cliff to get to work or school, risking death each time. That’s what fiftee

  • 02:02 Penny Farthing Racing is Still a Thing

    Penny Farthing Racing is Still a Thing

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    Forget lowrider bikes, the O.G. bicyclists rode high atop penny farthings. These old-school bikes with on oversized front wheel require excellent balance, and are still raced by cyclists today. We spoke with a penny farthing champion about the danger and

  • 09:40 How to make a chocolate bar with a twist I Pleasant Vices Recipe

    How to make a chocolate bar with a twist I Pleasant Vices Recipe

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    Tasha and Paul follow on from their hot chocolate adventure to show us how to temper chocolate into an amazing chocolate bar. The mould for this chocolate bar is a scaled down version of the Parthenon frieze and was made by the British Museum facsimile ma

  • 03:48 Bronze casting process I A modern take on Rodin's work

    Bronze casting process I A modern take on Rodin's work

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    Auguste Rodin worked in clay but often had his sculptures cast in bronze. Learn how bronze sculptures are made in the 21st century by following the casting process from clay sculpting to the finished piece. Rodin and the art of ancient Greece 26 April – 2

  • 05:57 Pleasant Vices episode 4 I Sugar

    Pleasant Vices episode 4 I Sugar

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    In the fourth and final episode of Pleasant Vices Tasha is tackling the history of sugar in Europe using objects and prints from the British Museum collection to explore this foodstuff's tumultuous past. To find out more about sugar you can read Tasha’s a

  • 08:10 How to make Mesoamerican 18th century mash up hot chocolate I Pleasant Vices episode 2

    How to make Mesoamerican 18th century mash up hot chocolate I Pleasant Vices episode 2

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    Tasha Marks is back for episode 2 of the Pleasant Vices series. This week she is joined by master chocolatier Paul A. Young to discuss chocolate’s introduction to 18th London as a delicious and beneficial drink. In this episode, Tasha and Paul recreate an

  • 01:21 Mussolini Speaks to the Americans - 1927

    Mussolini Speaks to the Americans - 1927

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    Well, I don't like making subtitles/translations for speeches, so this is my last one. Just made this one to greet the Americans for being the country where most of my subscribers and views come from! This one went down in History as the very first newsre

  • 13:04 Land of the Strays

    Land of the Strays

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    In the mountains of Costa Rica, Lya Battle gives a second chance to over 1,000 stray dogs at her sanctuary, and hope for those who have yet to be found. Directed, Produced by Adrian Cicerone Cinematography by Paul Theodoroff 1st Camera Assistant - Joshua

  • 07:18 Primitive Technology: Yam, cultivate and cook

    Primitive Technology: Yam, cultivate and cook

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    Primitive Technology: Yam, cultivate and cook Subscribe: http://bit.ly/subPT | Never miss a video! Enable ‘ALL’ Notifications! More videos, watch me build a natural Blower & Charcol next: http://bit.ly/2MuwEr5 Follow Primitive Technology:

  • 06:25 Human Population Through Time

    Human Population Through Time

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    It took 200,000 years for our human population to reach 1 billion—and only 200 years to reach 7 billion. But growth has begun slowing, as women have fewer babies on average. When will our global population peak? And how can we minimize our impact on

  • 20:23 Kids Visit The World's Most Amazing Room

    Kids Visit The World's Most Amazing Room

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    A movie for children of all ages. Entrepreneur Jay Walker is one of the most extraordinary storytellers I know. I got the chance to have Jay take my sons on a tour of his private library. I made this video with the hope that it would be used by parents an

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  • 04:57 85 YEAR OLD Civil War Veteran Lauren Higbie Recorded On Early 78rpm Record

    85 YEAR OLD Civil War Veteran Lauren Higbie Recorded On Early 78rpm Record

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    Each time I listen to this record I am totally captivated. It is one of the few records in my collection that captures my full attention as I listen with sincere respect. This is a rare recording entitled "Veteran's Last Song" on the circa 1927 Electra la

  • 12:22 Travel Through Kenya With These Five Stories

    Travel Through Kenya With These Five Stories

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    Ready for another adventure. Travel with us to Kenya where we meet explorers, innovators and trailblazers building the future. We meet a dream team saving Kenya's wild animals, sing along with a country music star and meet a mother passing on her strength

  • 03:32 Helping Others Feel The Wind in Their Hair

    Helping Others Feel The Wind in Their Hair

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    Cycling Without Age is a project founded on the ideals of Danish cycling culture - that no one, no matter what age, should be restricted from riding a bike. Teaming up with the region’s retirement homes, volunteers take the elderly out on daily bike rides

  • 02:44 Meet the Team That Makes the Mascots

    Meet the Team That Makes the Mascots

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    Feathers, fur, dragon’s feet and whiskers—Olympus Group in Milwaukee, Wisconsin, makes the world’s most beloved mascots, from paper to playoffs. Meet Brittany Jacob and her dedicated team of designers, sculptors and all-around costume enthusiasts as they

  • 13:19 Journey Through India With These Six Stories

    Journey Through India With These Six Stories

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    Ready for an unforgettable adventure? In this reel, we're exploring incredible India. First, we hail a cab in Mumbai using art to spark social conversations, head over to Meerut to find out where all the best bands get their instruments, and then we wrap

  • 02:55 The NASA Engineer Making STEM Sing

    The NASA Engineer Making STEM Sing

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    Growing up, Dajae never saw anyone like her represented in the world of STEM. But after attending Missouri University of Science and Technology as a college athlete, she pursued her love for engineering. Today, she’s an engineer at the NASA facility in Pa

  • 12:20 Fly High With These Five Stories

    Fly High With These Five Stories

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    Embark on aerial adventures with a top paraglider, a family of skytypers and other high flyers. SUBSCRIBE: https://goo.gl/vR6Acb This story is a part of our Human Condition series. Come along and let us connect you to some of the most peculiar, stirring,

  • 12:54 Channel Your Inner Jedi With These Five Star Wars Stories

    Channel Your Inner Jedi With These Five Star Wars Stories

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    Warning: watching this reel might turn you into an even bigger nerd. And we can’t think of anything better. Meet the guy who *really* wrote Star Wars, the toy designer behind every Millennium Falcon and the puppet master who brought Yoda and Jabba the Hut

  • 05:06 Did the Amazons really exist? - Adrienne Mayor

    Did the Amazons really exist? - Adrienne Mayor

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    Check out our Patreon page: https://www.patreon.com/teded View full lesson: https://ed.ted.com/lessons/did-the-amazons-really-exist-adrienne-mayor It was long assumed that Amazons, the fierce and fearsome women warriors of Greece, were imaginary. But curi

  • 03:49 The Irish myth of the Giant's Causeway - Iseult Gillespie

    The Irish myth of the Giant's Causeway - Iseult Gillespie

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    Check out our Patreon page: https://www.patreon.com/teded View full lesson: https://ed.ted.com/lessons/the-irish-myth-of-the-giant-s-causeway-iseult-gillespie On the coast of Northern Ireland, a vast plateau of basalt slabs and columns called the Giant’s

  • 05:00 5 Weird FADS From The Past | 5 FACTS

    5 Weird FADS From The Past | 5 FACTS

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    This isn't your mom's bell bottoms or your dad's 'Members Only' jacket! Today we're diving deep into the downright weirdest fads in history! From shoes so long governments needed to regulate them, to the 1990s hottest digital fad: TAMAGOTCHI!! Tune in eac

  • 05:16 Thomas Edison Vs Nikola Tesla | Vlog#31 by HooplakidzLab

    Thomas Edison Vs Nikola Tesla | Vlog#31 by HooplakidzLab

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    Thomas Edison and Nikola Tesla these two inventors are famous for having an electrifying feud back in the day but the real question is who is better and who has the bigger influence in modern times. Subscribe HooplakidzLab: http://bit.ly/1V77IUh For more

  • 02:24 The Art of Fishing With Birds

    The Art of Fishing With Birds

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    Along the scenic Lijiang River in China, brothers Huang Yuechang and Huang Mingde have been keeping up a centuries-old tradition of fishing with cormorant birds. Forgoing nets and modern fishing poles, these brothers have cultivated relationships with the

  • 01:57 The Mystery Of Bulgaria's Green Cat - Getty Images TV

    The Mystery Of Bulgaria's Green Cat - Getty Images TV

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    Meet Bulgaria's famous emerald green cat, a stray cat seen roaming the streets of the seaside town of Varna, Bulgaria. Subscribe to Getty Images TV on YouTube: http://gtty.im/2r0Jgyx Like @gettyimages on Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/gettyimages Foll

  • 03:27 Rediscovered film takes a trip through San Francisco in ruins

    Rediscovered film takes a trip through San Francisco in ruins

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    Our NewsHour Shares moment of the day, a century-old film of San Francisco’s devastating 1906 earthquake aftermath turned up at a California flea market. Find more from PBS NewsHour at https://www.pbs.org/newshour Subscribe to our YouTube channel: h

  • 02:22 Indigo -  A Simple Reusable Refrigerator that uses no Electricity or Ice.

    Indigo - A Simple Reusable Refrigerator that uses no Electricity or Ice.

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    Bill Gates introduces the Indigo, the remarkable invention that uses no electricity, no ice, and no batteries to store vaccines at the precise temperature required to remain effective. Learn more at https://b-gat.es/2sDyOMv

  • 23:38 Made in China

    Made in China

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    Chinese copy artist Zhao Xiaoyong has sold more than 90,000 Van Gogh reproductions. We follow him to the Netherlands see the real works of an artist who's consumed his life for decades. More: http://bit.ly/2Hatqoy

  • 08:03 How This Woman Makes Mind-Blowing Bubbles | WIRED

    How This Woman Makes Mind-Blowing Bubbles | WIRED

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    Melody Yang and her family hold numerous world records for their bubbles. She shows us how she makes some of the fun creations from their stage performance, the Gazillion Bubble Show. Still haven’t subscribed to WIRED on YouTube? ►► http://wrd.cm/15fP7B7

  • 03:20 China's New Surveillance Tech Monitors Workers’ Brainwaves

    China's New Surveillance Tech Monitors Workers’ Brainwaves

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    Is the dystopian future already here? Delve into some of China’s emotional surveillance and citizenship assessment technologies and find out whether Black Mirror is coming true. A.I. Is Monitoring You Right Now and Here's How It's Using Your Data - https:

  • 03:55 The Earth Is Running Out of Sand and It Could Cause a Global Crisis

    The Earth Is Running Out of Sand and It Could Cause a Global Crisis

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    Much of the world’s construction is reliant on sand, and we’re running out of it. What could that mean next? Skyscrapers of the Future Will Be Engineered to Copy Nature - https://youtu.be/-OPGQ9EhDZM Read More: Construction: limit China's sand mining http

  • 04:52 What would it be like to live on the moon? - Alex Gendler

    What would it be like to live on the moon? - Alex Gendler

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