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  • 11:47 Increasing Political Battles Over Slavery In Mid 1800s

    Increasing Political Battles Over Slavery In Mid 1800s

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    Kim and Sal talk about increased tensions between slave and free states as new territory is added after Mexican-American War and from Compromise of 1850 (especially Fugitive Slave Act).

  • 11:01 Slavery And Missouri Compromise In Early 1800s

    Slavery And Missouri Compromise In Early 1800s

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    Kim Kutz explains how slavery was an issue at the birth of the United States and how the issue became more and more central as the country expanded.

  • 03:13 EXCLUSIVE: Fur Seals Are Back From The Brink On California Islands

    EXCLUSIVE: Fur Seals Are Back From The Brink On California Islands

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    A group of researchers is tracking the gradual return of northern fur seals to the Bay Area of California. The seals were once prized for their thick, warm fur, and they were hunted nearly to extinction in the 1800s. Over a century later, they're slowly r

  • 10:49 Maxwell's Equations: Crash Course Physics #37

    Maxwell's Equations: Crash Course Physics #37

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    Want more Crash Course in person? We'll be at NerdCon: Nerdfighteria in Boston on February 25th and 26th! For more information, go to http://www.nerdconnerdfighteria.com/ In the early 1800s, Michael Faraday showed us how a changing magnetic field induces

  • 17:48 13 Antique Magic Tricks Revealed

    13 Antique Magic Tricks Revealed

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    Explore the secrets of old antique magic tricks! Learn the OLDEST trick in the book! Discover the secrets of ancient magic tricks from thousands of years ago and perform them yourself to impress your friends and family! Illusions performed by magicians in

  • 01:37 Science Of Why Golf Balls Have Dimples

    Science Of Why Golf Balls Have Dimples

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    Prior to the mid-1800s, golf balls were smooth and didn't travel very far in the air. The current design of a dimple-shaped ball reduces the air flow around the ball. Typically, golf balls have between 300 to 500 dimples. This helps them to fly twice as f

  • 06:44 Manufacturing plywood boards: then and now

    Manufacturing plywood boards: then and now

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    Plywood is a simple material made by glueing together thin sheets of wood, known as veneers or plies. These basic elements have remained broadly the same throughout its history. The most significant breakthrough in its production came in the early 1800s w

  • 06:09 Why the Ouija board became so famous

    Why the Ouija board became so famous

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    This is where Ouija boards came from. And it might surprise you. Subscribe to our channel! http://goo.gl/0bsAjO In this episode of Overrated, Vox’s Phil Edwards explores what Ouija means, from a historical and cultural perspective. The Ouija game an

  • 02:13 The 100% Real, Absolutely Honest and True Story Behind Snake Oil

    The 100% Real, Absolutely Honest and True Story Behind Snake Oil

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    Ah, the snake oil salesman. We've all heard, used, or maybe even been called this most nefarious nomenclature for no-good swindlers and charlatans before. But what the hell is snake oil anyway that its peddlers are such quacks? Well back in the 1800s, Sta

  • 02:48 In Japan, Shaved Ice Goes Gourmet

    In Japan, Shaved Ice Goes Gourmet

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    Kakigori is a traditional Japanese shaved ice dessert dating back to the late 1800s. Originally meant for Japan’s elite, today it’s become a summer staple for everyone. Some, like chef Aya Eguchi, still abide by ancient methods of preparation, using ice f

  • 03:53 3D Zoetrope  Real Time Stop Motion Machine

    3D Zoetrope Real Time Stop Motion Machine

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    This amazing animated optical illusion, is called a Zoetrope, which were the first kind of animated entertainment before movies.The Zoetrope machine can play 3D-printed animations by spinning them on a disc in front of an array of LED strobe lights. The m

  • 13:43 Latin American Revolutions: Crash Course World History #31

    Latin American Revolutions: Crash Course World History #31

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    In which John Green talks about the many revolutions of Latin America in the 19th century. At the beginning of the 1800s, Latin America was firmly under the control of Spain and Portugal. The revolutionary zeal that had recently created the United States

  • 13:46 Popular Imperialism: Crash Course World History #35

    Imperialism: Crash Course World History #35

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    In which John Green teaches you about European Imperialism in the 19th century. European powers started to create colonial empires way back in the 16th century, but businesses really took off in the 19th century, especially in Asia and Africa. During the

  • 10:04 Recording on 100-Year-Old Equipment

    Recording on 100-Year-Old Equipment

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    Recording music on 100-year-old wax cylinder recording equipment. Here's recording metal with it: https://youtu.be/fR4BuM6dP44 Here are the full takes of Short Song: https://youtu.be/_sn7KyLHfr0 My Uncle the Philanthropist: https://youtu.be/TBpQR2z2eko Se

  • 03:59 The Industrial Revolution (18-19th Century)

    The Industrial Revolution (18-19th Century)

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    Introduction to some of the elements of the Industrial Revolution, more on this subject to come! The economic developments of the 1800s saw the development of agrarian and handicraft economies in Europe and America transform into industrial urbanised ones

  • 01:36 Michael Faraday's Electric Frogs

    Michael Faraday's Electric Frogs

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    Why did the Royal Institution used to have a froggery? Before more sophisticated methods for detecting electricity emerged, Michael Faraday and his colleagues used a rather brutal method… No frogs were harmed in the making of this video. Well, not since t

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  • 25:30 Making Eggs Benedict With Master Chef Billy Oliva | Dial A Chef

    Making Eggs Benedict With Master Chef Billy Oliva | Dial A Chef

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    Delmonicos Head Chef Billy Oliva coaches Insiders Medha Imam on how to make Eggs Benedict, from how to poach an egg to creating homemade hollandaise sauce. Eggs Benedict is widely considered to have been created at Delmonico's in the late 1800s. Medha's a

  • 14:22 Italian and German Unification: Crash Course European History #27

    Italian and German Unification: Crash Course European History #27

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    So, we haven't talked much about Italy and Germany so far in Crash Course Euro, and that's because prior to the mid-19th century, those two nation-states weren't really a thing. Today we'll look at how Italy and Germany pulled it together in the second ha

  • 13:14 Expansion and Resistance: Crash Course European History #28

    Expansion and Resistance: Crash Course European History #28

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    In 19th century Europe, with nation building well under way, thoughts turned outward, toward empire. This week, we're looking at how Europeans expanded into Africa, Asia, and Oceania during the 1800s. You'll learn about China and the Opium War, British In

  • 02:49 How Do Erasers Erase?

    How Do Erasers Erase?

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    Erasers lift our mistakes right off the page, but it's not magic - it's the microscopic physics of stickiness. Learn more at HowStuffWorks.com: http://electronics.howstuffworks.com/everyday-tech/erasers-erase.htm Share on Facebook: Share on Twitter: Subsc

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  • 03:13 How Do Pneumatic Tubes Work?

    How Do Pneumatic Tubes Work?

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    The Internet has been called a series of tubes. But long before email, people sent messages across cities through networks of pneumatic tubes. Learn how they work! Learn more at HowStuffWorks.com: http://electronics.howstuffworks.com/everyday-tech/pneumat

  • 06:41 Untangling the Devil's Corkscrew

    Untangling the Devil's Corkscrew

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    In the late 1800s, paleontologists in Nebraska found huge coils of hardened sand stuck deep in the earth. Local ranchers called them Devil's Corkscrews and scientists called them Daemonelix. It was clear these corkscrews were created by some form of life,

  • 09:51 This Superheavy Atom Factory Is Pushing the Limits of the Periodic Table

    This Superheavy Atom Factory Is Pushing the Limits of the Periodic Table

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    As we push the Periodic Table of the Elements further and further into the unknown, its familiar columns and rows are threatening to crumble. Whats next for this science icon?Videos of the Flerov Lab courtesy of the JINR video portal - https://www.youtube

  • 08:34 The Mystery of the Eocene’s Lethal Lake

    The Mystery of the Eocene’s Lethal Lake

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    Check out America from Scratch: https://www.youtube.com/americafromscratch In 1800s, miners began working in exposed deposits of mud near the town of Messel, Germany. They were extracting oil from the rock and along with the oil, they found beautifully pr


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