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  • 02:54 Mosasaurs 101 | National Geographic

    Mosasaurs 101 | National Geographic

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    Mosasaurs were Earth's last great marine reptiles. Learn about the surprising places they'd hunt, how some species dwarfed even the Tyrannosaurus rex, and how key physical adaptations allowed these reptiles to become a prehistoric apex predator. ➡ Subscri

  • 12:15 What is an atom and how do we know?

    What is an atom and how do we know?

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    Ever wonder how we actually know that atoms exist? Here we'll learn what atoms are and exactly how scientists went about figuring all this out. Play the Bond Breaker game here: http://www.castl.uci.edu/games/bondbreaker Read about one of the CaSTL researc

  • 01:42 What a World Champion Whistler Sounds Like | National Geographic

    What a World Champion Whistler Sounds Like | National Geographic

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    Four-time national and international whistling champion Christopher Ullman believes whistling is an art form. Using his lips, tongue, and teeth, he can mimic different instruments or add embellishments to the song—so he's not just your average, ever

  • 00:40 Watch This Sea Creature Shimmer and Disappear Before Your Eyes | National Geographic

    Watch This Sea Creature Shimmer and Disappear Before Your Eyes | National Geographic

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    Watch the astonishing illusions of a tropical crustacean called the sea sapphire. ➡ Subscribe: http://bit.ly/NatGeoSubscribe About National Geographic: National Geographic is the world's premium destination for science, exploration, and adventure. Through

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  • 05:32 What Happens If Earth Loses Its Clouds?

    What Happens If Earth Loses Its Clouds?

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    Clouds are essential to regulating Earth's temperature, but what happens if they disappear? Why a Half Degree Rise in Global Temperature Would Be Catastrophic - https://youtu.be/teZk3NLU_7M Read More: A World Without Clouds https://www.quantamagazine.org/

  • 01:39 The beauty of light trapping | Natural History Museum

    The beauty of light trapping | Natural History Museum

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    There is a huge variety of animals that are active after sunset. The absence of light can make spotting them a challenge, especially when it comes to insects. Dr Gavin Broad, Principal Curator in Charge of Insects at the Museum, introduced us to the world

  • 01:08 How Do Astronauts Stay Hydrated? Pee ... and Other Space Food Facts | National Geographic

    How Do Astronauts Stay Hydrated? Pee ... and Other Space Food Facts | National Geographic

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    Do you know what the first food eaten in space was? (No, it wasn't ice cream.) ➡ Subscribe: http://bit.ly/NatGeoSubscribe About National Geographic: National Geographic is the world's premium destination for science, exploration, and adventure. Through th

  • 02:14 Glow Worm Caves of New Zealand in 360° | National Geographic

    Glow Worm Caves of New Zealand in 360° | National Geographic

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    Deep below ground strange carnivorous worms glow and twinkle like the night sky to attract their prey. ➡ Subscribe: http://bit.ly/NatGeoSubscribe About National Geographic: National Geographic is the world's premium destination for science, exploration, a

  • 06:49 Useful Diamonds - Periodic Table Of Videos

    Useful Diamonds - Periodic Table Of Videos

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    More chemistry at http://www.periodicvideos.com/ Follow us on Facebook at http://www.facebook.com/periodicvideos And on Twitter at http://twitter.com/periodicvideos From the School of Chemistry at The University of Nottingham: http://www.nottingham.ac.uk/

  • 01:28 How Dust Is Holding Science Back

    How Dust Is Holding Science Back

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    To most of us dust is just something we clean off our furniture, but to scientists dust can cause big problems in the lab. Computer chips are put together and tested in what are called clean rooms. These environments use filters to limit the amount of par

  • 04:56 Axolotls are Masters of Regeneration

    Axolotls are Masters of Regeneration

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    Meet the Axolotl, a Mexican Salamander that scientists and the internet alike love for their amazing ability to regenerate limbs, and probably for that derpy smile. Get episodes a WEEK EARLY by signing up for a free 30 day trial of the video streaming app

  • 02:58 Neptune 101 | National Geographic

    Neptune 101 | National Geographic

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    Neptune is the most distant of the solar system's eight planets. Find out about the blue world's orbit, which of Neptune's moons is the largest, and how the planet is home to the most severe weather in the solar system. ➡ Subscribe: http://bit.ly/NatGeoSu

  • 12:52 How to take a picture of a black hole | Katie Bouman

    How to take a picture of a black hole | Katie Bouman

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    At the heart of the Milky Way, there's a supermassive black hole that feeds off a spinning disk of hot gas, sucking up anything that ventures too close -- even light. We can't see it, but its event horizon casts a shadow, and an image of that shadow could

  • 03:19 Daylight Saving Time 101 | National Geographic

    Daylight Saving Time 101 | National Geographic

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    About 70 countries around the world practice Daylight Saving Time. Find out who came up with the concept of Daylight Saving Time, where the time change was first enacted nationwide, and how some countries are attempting to eliminate it. ➡ Subscribe: http:

  • 04:37 What Happened to the Milky Way?

    What Happened to the Milky Way?

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    Can you see the stars at night? Only a few centuries ago, the Milky Way was visible from almost anywhere in America. Today, more than 99 percent of the population in the continental U.S. live in light-polluted areas. It's impossible to see the Milky Way i

  • 04:22 Are Those Your Lips or Feet? How Your Brain Rewires Itself After Amputation

    Are Those Your Lips or Feet? How Your Brain Rewires Itself After Amputation

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    From the top of your head to the bottom of your feet, your brain contains a map to your entire body. But what happens to that map if you lose a limb? Scientists Want to Transplant a Human Head, Here's Why That's a Bad Idea - https://youtu.be/CMHhF5N1FPY G

  • 02:00 These Geckos Can Run on Water (Sort Of) | ScienceTake

    These Geckos Can Run on Water (Sort Of) | ScienceTake

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    The list of animals that can race across water is short, but it has a new entry: the Asian house gecko. It uses a half-running, half-swimming motion to propel itself across water at great speeds. Scientists from the University of California, Berkeley, tes

  • 05:00 How ESAs Dark Energy Telescope Will Map the Dark Universe

    How ESAs Dark Energy Telescope Will Map the Dark Universe

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    ESA is building its first space telescope to investigate how dark energy and dark matter control our universe. Subscribe to Seeker! http://bit.ly/subscribeseeker Watch more Countdown to Launch: http://bit.ly/CTLplaylist Thumbnail Credit: Thales Alenia Spa

  • 02:55 Caffeine 101 | National Geographic

    Caffeine 101 | National Geographic

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    Nearly 90% of the United States population has at least one caffeinated beverage every day. Learn about the chemistry of caffeine, how it causes increased alertness and focus, and how caffeine is capable of causing overdoses. ➡ Subscribe: http://bit.ly/Na

  • 03:24 What Happens When You Go Under? How Anesthesia Works

    What Happens When You Go Under? How Anesthesia Works

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    Subscribe! http://bit.ly/ACSReactions October 16 is World Anesthesia Day, celebrating the 170th anniversary of the first successful demonstration of surgical anesthesia. Prior to then, surgery was really unpleasant, to put it mildly -- surgeons turned to

  • 03:30 Meditation Changes Your Brain For The Better, Even If You're Not A Monk

    Meditation Changes Your Brain For The Better, Even If You're Not A Monk

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    You don't have to become a monk to learn from one, says Dr. Wendy Suzuki, professor of neural science and psychology at New York University. Research into how meditation affects the brain is conclusive: Meditating immediately changes the frequency of your

  • 01:32 Corals Collaborating to Eat Jellyfish: First-Ever Video | National Geographic

    Corals Collaborating to Eat Jellyfish: First-Ever Video | National Geographic

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    Filmed for the first time, Astroides calyculariscoral trap and devour “mauve stinger” jellyfish. In the western Mediterranean Sea, the orange coral forms colonies of small organisms called polyps. The polyps are connected, and together act as a single org

  • 11:12 How we look kilometers below the Antarctic ice sheet | Dustin Schroeder

    How we look kilometers below the Antarctic ice sheet | Dustin Schroeder

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    Antarctica is a vast and dynamic place, but radar technologies -- from World War II-era film to state-of-the-art miniaturized sensors -- are enabling scientists to observe and understand changes beneath the continent's ice in unprecedented detail. Join ra

  • 00:55 Save ‘Em All: Which Pokémon Are Based on Endangered Animals? | National Geographic

    Save ‘Em All: Which Pokémon Are Based on Endangered Animals? | National Geographic

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    These Pokémon characters are based on real-world endangered animals. Watch next: Not Just Fiction: This 'Game of Thrones' Animal Actually Existed: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Hx-MPp3NiVE ➡ Subscribe: http://bit.ly/NatGeoSubscribe About National Geogra

  • 02:27 Unlocking Secrets Of The Universe One Mile Below Earth’s Surface

    Unlocking Secrets Of The Universe One Mile Below Earth’s Surface

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    One mile below the Earth’s surface, in a converted South Dakota gold mine, scientists are unlocking secrets to how the universe was created. Physicists in this Nobel Prize-winning lab hope that continued data collection on some of the tiniest particles in

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  • 01:27 Hollywood tech helps tennis players improve their skills

    Hollywood tech helps tennis players improve their skills

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    Elite Wimbledon players like Serena Williams or Roger Federer may get help from Hollywood the next time they hit the tennis court. New motion capture technology, similar to the kind used in Hollywood movies, could help tennis players improve technique and

  • 01:26 These frogs walk instead of hop

    These frogs walk instead of hop

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    Scientists tease out why four species have developed unusual mode of locomotion. Learn more: https://scim.ag/2JB5t02 Read the research: https://onlinelibrary.wiley.com/doi/abs/10.1002/jez.2182 Frogs in question: Senegal running frog *Kassina senegalensis*

  • 03:27 The language of color

    The language of color

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    Cognitive scientists from MIT and elsewhere have found that people can more easily communicate warmer colors than cool ones. (Learn more: http://news.mit.edu/2017/analyzing-language-color-0918) Watch more videos from MIT: http://www.youtube.com/user/MITNe

  • 03:30 Electronics Powered by Fish Scales

    Electronics Powered by Fish Scales

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    Scientists are turning discarded fish scales into tiny energy harvesters. NOTE: An earlier version of this video showed an *electromagnetic speaker* in a novelty card, NOT a piezoelectric speaker. Many thanks to viewer Dx Ka for pointing that out. Subscri

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  • 08:24 How Close Are We to Immortality?

    How Close Are We to Immortality?

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    Researchers are working to get to the bottom of longevity, unlocking the secrets to extending our lifespans well into our 100s... and beyond. Subscribe to Seeker! http://bit.ly/subscribeseeker Watch more How Close Are We | http://bit.ly/HCAWplaylist Follo

  • 05:29 What Eclipses Have Done for Science

    What Eclipses Have Done for Science

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    Eclipses have been aiding scientists throughout history, from helping measure the width of the Atlantic ocean and verifying Einstein's theory of general relativity, to allowing NASA to attempt a thermal mapping of Mercury. Subscribe for regular science vi

  • 02:55 Shark Encounter in 180: Worth More Alive | National Geographic

    Shark Encounter in 180: Worth More Alive | National Geographic

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    Come face to face with several species of sharks at Tiger Beach, while on expedition with conservationist Jim Abernethy. Shark diving generates millions of dollars every year in the Bahamas, where the apex predators are protected by the government and the

  • 04:52 It's Alive!

    It's Alive!

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    You're alive! And so are all the plants in your garden, the birds in the sky, and the fish in the ocean! But how do we know they're alive? What does it even mean to be alive in the first place!? Join Jessi and Squeaks to learn how scientists decide if som

  • 01:33 This Asteroid Could’ve Caused An Apocalypse—Now It’s Barely Missing Earth

    This Asteroid Could’ve Caused An Apocalypse—Now It’s Barely Missing Earth

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    In 2004 scientists discovered a large, near-earth asteroid named Apophis. Initially, it was predicted to impact the earth in 2029, leading to global devastation. Thankfully, it’s now expected to miss. Physicist Marina Brozovic from NASA’s Jet Propulsion L

  • 06:12 Could We Clone Ourselves?

    Could We Clone Ourselves?

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    Just be yourself! Or be your other self. Whichever. Subscribe: http://bit.ly/iotbs_sub Twitter: @okaytobesmart ↓ More info and sources below ↓ Is the science of Orphan Black realistic? Could we clone humans, or engineer them to have customized traits? We

  • 05:17 Farewell B11 - Periodic Table Of Videos

    Farewell B11 - Periodic Table Of Videos

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    Follow us on Facebook at http://www.facebook.com/periodicvideos And on Twitter at http://twitter.com/periodicvideos From the School of Chemistry at The University of Nottingham: http://www.nottingham.ac.uk/chemistry/index.aspx Periodic Videos films are by

  • 04:38 Are Electric Cars Actually Better For The Environment?

    Are Electric Cars Actually Better For The Environment?

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    Scientists have found that electric cars might not be as green as we thought. How could this be? There’s A Car That’s Powered By Salt Water! ►►►►http://bit.ly/1S8xAyu Sign Up For The TestTube Newsletter Here ►►►► http://bit.ly/1myXbFG Watch River Monsters

  • 05:23 The Oldest Fossils Ever Found!

    The Oldest Fossils Ever Found!

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    Scientists have found fossils that show life appearing on Earth much earlier than we thought. Meanwhile, could there be a new fundamental force? Hosted by: Hank Green ---------- Support SciShow by becoming a patron on Patreon: https://www.patreon.com/scis

  • 04:09 Spider Shoots 25 Metre Web - The Hunt - BBC Earth

    Spider Shoots 25 Metre Web - The Hunt - BBC Earth

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    Which marvel of nature can build a 2 metre Orb Web with a silk that ranks as the World's toughest natural fibre? - The answer is the Darwin's Bark Spider and this real life "Spider Woman", no bigger than a thumbnail has baffled scientists with her web of

  • 11:18 How to See Black Holes + Kugelblitz Challenge Answer | Space Time | PBS Digital Studios

    How to See Black Holes + Kugelblitz Challenge Answer | Space Time | PBS Digital Studios

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    Find out how scientists are mapping the black holes throughout the Milky Way and beyond as well as the answer to the Escape the Kugelblitz Challenge Question. Were you able to save humanity? Get your own Space Time t­shirt at http://bit.ly/1QlzoBi Tweet a

  • 04:50 How Your Toothbrush Became a Part of the Plastic Crisis | National Geographic

    How Your Toothbrush Became a Part of the Plastic Crisis | National Geographic

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    What does the American Civil War have to do with oral hygiene? Find out in the first episode of "The Story of Plastic" where we investigate how everyday objects became part of the plastic crisis. Subscribe: http://bit.ly/NatGeoSubscribe#NationalGeographic

  • 04:41 The strange case of the cyclops sheep - Tien Nguyen

    The strange case of the cyclops sheep - Tien Nguyen

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    Check out our Patreon page: https://www.patreon.com/teded View full lesson: https://ed.ted.com/lessons/the-strange-case-of-the-cyclops-sheep-tien-nguyen In the 1950s, a group of ranchers in Idaho were baffled when their sheep gave birth to lambs with only

  • 03:40 The Mystifying Structures Hidden Within Earth’s Mantle

    The Mystifying Structures Hidden Within Earth’s Mantle

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    Over four decades have passed since researchers discovered two continent-sized blobs wrapped around Earth's core, and they're still trying to figure out what they are. Here's what they know so far. There’s a Subterranean Biosphere Hiding in the Earth’s Cr

  • 04:30 Losing Fingers To Chemistry - Periodic Table Of Videos

    Losing Fingers To Chemistry - Periodic Table Of Videos

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    The Prof is back in the lab with a Potassium Dichromate reaction and a story of lost fingers! More chemistry at http://www.periodicvideos.com/ Follow us on Facebook at http://www.facebook.com/periodicvideos And on Twitter at http://twitter.com/periodicvid

  • 03:16 Why Do We Like Shiny Things?

    Why Do We Like Shiny Things?

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    Why are we drawn to shiny objects? Just because they're attractive? Or is there a deeper reason? What Happens To Your Body When You're Dehydrated? - https://youtu.be/AujXYEabz3U Sign Up For The Seeker Newsletter Here - http://bit.ly/1UO1PxI Thanks to our

  • 03:47 Quantum Diamond Sensors Could Give Us a New Look Inside Our Bodies

    Quantum Diamond Sensors Could Give Us a New Look Inside Our Bodies

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    Quantum sensors may soon be able to detect subatomic interactions inside the cells in your body, here’s how. How Quantum Computing Will Change The World! - https://youtu.be/3BKIJCTLy-s Read More: Update: Quantum physics gets attention—and brighter funding

  • 03:21 Is This New Super Carbon Better Than Graphene?

    Is This New Super Carbon Better Than Graphene?

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    Scientists have been searching for schwarzites for decades, here’s how their discovery could change our world. How Supercapacitors Could Make Batteries a Thing of the Past - https://youtu.be/GeSvErqdmIM Read More: Generating carbon schwarzites via zeolite

  • 02:25 What Captain America can teach us about science

    What Captain America can teach us about science

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    Materials scientist Suveen Mathaudhu shows us how both our favorite superheroes and real-world scientists create materials to save the world every day. Can Laser Make The Internet Faster?: https://youtu.be/ptKbyf7wMok Subscribe! http://bit.ly/1fUWHyY At U

  • 01:57 Moon Sheds Light on Earth’s Impact History

    Moon Sheds Light on Earth’s Impact History

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    By analyzing data on lunar craters provided by the Diviner instrument aboard the Lunar Reconnaissance Orbiter, scientists have made a fascinating discovery about the history of impacts on both the Earth and the Moon. Watch this video to learn more. Video

  • 04:33 Searching For The World’s Last Pristine Seas - Nat Geo Live

    Searching For The World’s Last Pristine Seas - Nat Geo Live

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    Feeling like he was writing the obituary for our oceans while studying the human impact on our seas, marine ecologist and National Geographic Explorer-in-Residence Dr. Enric Sala decided to leave academia and devote his life to ocean conservation. He foun

  • 09:13 How deaf researchers are reinventing science communication

    How deaf researchers are reinventing science communication

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    Science is a language unto itself, and scientists rely on precise, standard terminology for common ground in their work. But for deaf researchers and students, American Sign Language isnt up to date with terms for new concepts and ideas. The solution? Cre

  • 08:42 Lens of Time: Secrets of Schooling | bioGraphic

    Lens of Time: Secrets of Schooling | bioGraphic

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    Shimmering schools of fish have dazzled scientists for centuries with their synchronized maneuvers. Now, high-speed video is revealing how—and why—they do it. ___ Originally published on bioGraphic: http://bit.ly/2ftce5K Produced by Spine Film

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  • 02:03 Spectacular Time Lapse Dam "Removal" Video | National Geographic

    Spectacular Time Lapse Dam "Removal" Video | National Geographic

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    October 28, 2011 — The White Salmon River in Washington state is flowing again as the nearly 100-year-old Condit Dam was disabled with explosives Wednesday. The reservoir draining took about 2 hours. Further demolition is scheduled in 2012. The even

  • 01:00 The Next Antibiotic May Come From Your Beard

    The Next Antibiotic May Come From Your Beard

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    Scientists have just found microbes in beards that have antibiotic properties. How could this help protect us against superbugs? Ladies Love Beards ►►►► http://bit.ly/1oy29UA Why Superbugs Thrive in Hospitals ►►►►http://bit.ly/1VsD2N0 Sign Up For The Test

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  • 05:56 Contains Loud Bangs - Periodic Table Of Videos

    Contains Loud Bangs - Periodic Table Of Videos

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    It's detonation vs deflagration. More slow motion at http://bit.ly/chemslomo More chemistry at http://www.periodicvideos.com/ Follow us on Facebook at http://www.facebook.com/periodicvideos And on Twitter at http://twitter.com/periodicvideos From the Scho

  • 02:42 NASA Solved The Mystery Of The Moon's Strange Glow!

    NASA Solved The Mystery Of The Moon's Strange Glow!

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    A recent NASA study on lunar dust may have found the reason behind the moon's strange glow, and it's not what scientists expected. The Air On Mars Has A Mysterious Glow. Here's Why - https://youtu.be/wHiV2bOQVUw Sign Up For The Seeker Newsletter Here - ht

  • 08:46 Quantum Mechanics - Part 1: Crash Course Physics #43

    Quantum Mechanics - Part 1: Crash Course Physics #43

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    What is light? That is something that has plagued scientists for centuries. It behaves light a wave... and a particle... what? Is it both? In this episode of Crash Course Physics, Shini introduces to the idea of Quantum Mechanics and how it helps us under

  • 04:10 For These Tiny Spiders, It's Sing or Get Served | Deep Look

    For These Tiny Spiders, It's Sing or Get Served | Deep Look

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    Male jumping spiders perform courtship dances that would make Bob Fosse proud. But if they bomb, they can wind up somebody's dinner instead of their mate. SUBSCRIBE to Deep Look! http://goo.gl/8NwXqt DEEP LOOK is a ultra-HD (4K) short video series created

  • 02:32 How one cell gives rise to an entire body

    How one cell gives rise to an entire body

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    Scientists take a gene-by-gene look at developing frogs and fish Read more - https://scim.ag/2I3Q7x6 CREDITS ------------------ editor/animator/narrator Chris Burns supervising producers Sarah Crespi Nguyên Khôi Nguyên script Sarah Crespi story by Elizabe

  • 06:30 Bats Take Flight

    Bats Take Flight

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    http://www.patreon.com/scifri - Please Help Support Our Video Productions! You’d think that bats and birds fly in similar ways—in fact, many scientists used to consider bat flight a minor variation of bird flight. But, with the aid of high-speed video, re

  • 00:46 Amazing Footage: Goats Climbing on a Near-Vertical Dam | National Geographic

    Amazing Footage: Goats Climbing on a Near-Vertical Dam | National Geographic

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    With split hooves and rubber-like soles, the Alpine ibex is able to climb a near-vertical rock face. Watch next: Mountain Goats Aren't Actually Goats https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=0vGBSUjQDzo See a gallery of ibex photos: http://yourshot.nationalgeograp

  • 03:23 How Do Honeybees Get Their Jobs? | National Geographic

    How Do Honeybees Get Their Jobs? | National Geographic

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    Every honeybee has a job to do. Some are nurses who take care of the brood; some are janitors who clean the hive; others are foragers who gather pollen to make honey. Collectively, honeybees are able to achieve an incredible level of sophistication, espec

  • 04:20 Sea Turtles Nesting in Costa Rica - 360 | National Geographic

    Sea Turtles Nesting in Costa Rica - 360 | National Geographic

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    Several times a year, thousands of sea turtles make their way to this beach in Ostional Wildlife Refuge to lay their eggs. Egg harvesting has been legalized in this area to generate income for the community and encourage conservation. Observe this mass-ne

  • 01:03 Earth-Size Telescope Will Make Black Holes Say "Cheese!"

    Earth-Size Telescope Will Make Black Holes Say "Cheese!"

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    Nobel laureate Robert Wilson discusses how a network of telescopes might illumine a black hole, after the 92nd Street Y’s Bang! Bang! event. For more black hole coverage, check out Scientific American's Dark Star Diaries: https://blogs.scientificamerican.

  • 03:47 How to Keep Your Phone Battery Charged Longer

    How to Keep Your Phone Battery Charged Longer

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    Subscribe! http://bit.ly/ACSReactions The new iPhone is slimmer and faster than ever. But like most new generations of smartphones, its battery has pretty much stayed the same over the years. Short of carrying an external battery all the time, is there an

  • 03:00 Is a Brain Upload Possible? Max Tegmark on Whole Brain Emulation

    Is a Brain Upload Possible? Max Tegmark on Whole Brain Emulation

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    Tune in and join the conversation during the premiere of "To Be or Not to Be Bionic: On Immortality and Superhumanism" on Friday, November 22nd at 8pm EST.PROGRAM DESCRIPTIONWe can rebuild him. We have the technology, began the opening sequence of the hug

  • 09:57 We met the world’s first domesticated foxes

    We met the world’s first domesticated foxes

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    This week, we meet the very cute and very bizarre result of an almost 60-year-long experiment: they’re foxes that have been specially bred for their dog-like friendliness toward people. We do a little behavior research of our own, and discover what

  • 00:59 How Ordinary Objects Can Be Turned Into Robots | National Geographic

    How Ordinary Objects Can Be Turned Into Robots | National Geographic

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    When NASA put out a call for soft robotic technologies, Rebecca Kramer-Bottiglio and her team at Yale University replied with something remarkable: robotic skins that can wrap around everyday objects, turning almost anything into a moving, grasping robot.

  • 05:47 LIGO's Gravitational Wave Discovery Is Still In Question, But Why?

    LIGO's Gravitational Wave Discovery Is Still In Question, But Why?

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    LIGO’s discovery of gravitational waves rocked the world of physics. But now, some scientists are questioning their methods. Here’s what you need to know. WTF Is Gravity? Scientists Don’t Really Know Either - https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=g9_PdtL627k&t=

  • 03:23 How Viruses can Cure Cancer | Earth Lab

    How Viruses can Cure Cancer | Earth Lab

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    Scientists have used genetically modified oncolytic viruses to cure some forms of cancer. Subscribe: http://bit.ly/SubscribeToEarthLab All the best Earth Lab videos http://bit.ly/EarthLabOriginals Best of BBC Earth videos http://bit.ly/TheBestOfBBCEarthVi

  • 03:04 Why Do We Twitch When We're Falling Asleep?

    Why Do We Twitch When We're Falling Asleep?

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    A majority of people feel like they're falling when first going to sleep, resulting in twitches. What is this jerking night spasm? This video was a collaboration with our friends at AllTime Numbers. Check out their video for 'Sleep in Numbers' here: https

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  • 05:31 DNews Invades The White House Science Fair

    DNews Invades The White House Science Fair

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    Trace travels to Washington DC for the Annual White House Science Fair. Watch young scientists showcase their projects to solve world problems. Whiz Kid Inventors Invade The White House - http://bit.ly/22YzJS3 Obama On Thought-Controlled Tech - http://bit

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  • 02:40 Live a Day in the Life of King Tut | National Geographic

    Live a Day in the Life of King Tut | National Geographic

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    Ever wonder how Egyptian royalty lived 3,000 years ago? In 1922, British archaeologist Howard Carter’s discovery of an intact tomb revealed a wealth of artifacts and information that turned King Tut into a household name, and perhaps the most famous

  • 07:31 Why Don't Birds Lay Square Eggs?

    Why Don't Birds Lay Square Eggs?

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    I have new merch! Link down belowSUBSCRIBE so you dont miss a video! http://bit.ly/iotbs_sub More info and sources below What is egg-shaped even? I used to think it was the shape of a chicken egg. Then one day I saw a collection of eggs from lots of diffe

  • 11:10 Computer Vision: Crash Course Computer Science #35

    Computer Vision: Crash Course Computer Science #35

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    Today we’re going to talk about how computers see. We’ve long known that our digital cameras and smartphones can take incredibly detailed images, but taking pictures is not quite the same thing. For the past half-century, computer scientists have been wor

  • 09:34 Whitening The Taj Mahal - Periodic Table Of Videos

    Whitening The Taj Mahal - Periodic Table Of Videos

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  • 04:23 Two-Thirds of All Cancers Are Caused By One Thing: Your DNA

    Two-Thirds of All Cancers Are Caused By One Thing: Your DNA

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    While environmental factors can play a huge role, the number one cause of cancer is mutations from regular cell replication. Does this mean cancer in humans is simply inevitable? Why Did Our Early Ancestors Resort to Cannibalism? - https://youtu.be/dPmnoV

  • 07:56 Non-Invasive Brain Surgery

    Non-Invasive Brain Surgery

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    Scientists have combined ultrasound, viruses and synthetic drugs to control regions of the brain. Check out Skillshare: https://skl.sh/veritasium (first 500 get 2 months free) Special thanks to Prof. Mikhail Shapiro and Dr. Jerzy Szablowski: http://shapir

  • 06:37 The kilogram has changed forever. Heres why.

    The kilogram has changed forever. Heres why.

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    In November, scientists from around the world met in Paris to do something remarkable: they redefined the kilogram. This standard of measure was once based on a hunk of metal under lock and key in France but in 2019, it will officially be defined by somet

  • 06:02 What If Ice Did Not Float? - Periodic Table Of Videos

    What If Ice Did Not Float? - Periodic Table Of Videos

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  • 03:29 Could You Survive Trapped In A Bubble?

    Could You Survive Trapped In A Bubble?

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    Suprisingly enough, you don't need a lot to survive. So could you just live in a bubble? Watch more: Could You Engineer Yourself To Live Underwater? ►► https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=BYJ_Es9YMmY&t=0s&list=PL8L0MzSk_V6JtEDRfRMyb6rFd1acqYSlO&index=76 Subsc

  • 04:38 Curiosity gets a gravimeter—repurposed instrument can now measure rock density

    Curiosity gets a gravimeter—repurposed instrument can now measure rock density

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    The Curiosity rover landed on Mars without a gravimeter on board. But researchers realized that its accelerometers--normally used to determine the position of the rover--could be repurposed to measure the density of the rock it was passing over. These mea

  • 02:15 Popular 360° Great Hammerhead Shark Encounter | National Geographic

    360° Great Hammerhead Shark Encounter | National Geographic

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  • 09:43 Smelly Chemistry - Periodic Table Of Videos

    Smelly Chemistry - Periodic Table Of Videos

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    Mercaptans - or Thiols - are some of the smelliest chemicals around. We didn't dare open the bottle. PsyFile: https://www.youtube.com/psyfile More chemistry at http://www.periodicvideos.com/ Follow us on Facebook at http://www.facebook.com/periodicvideos

  • 01:23 Snippet: Mesmerizing images of the fly brain captured at record speed

    Snippet: Mesmerizing images of the fly brain captured at record speed

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    With a new technique called expansion microscopy, scientists have been taking extremely close looks at fly brains by labeling neurons of interest and tracing their thinnest tendrils to chart connections. Learn more about this technique at https://www.scie

  • 09:25 The bold plan to end malaria with a gene drive

    The bold plan to end malaria with a gene drive

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    How genetically engineered mosquitoes might defeat a disease that kills millions of children. Subscribe to our channel! http://goo.gl/0bsAjO The invention of the CRISPR gene editing tool has injected new life into a line of research called gene drive. Gen

  • 03:47 Popular What Is A Tornado?

    What Is A Tornado?

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    Tornadoes are one of nature’s most powerful forces -- see where they come from, how fast they go, and how scientists study them! ---------- Like SciShow? Want to help support us, and also get things to put on your walls, cover your torso and hold your liq

  • 11:35 Storing Data in DNA?! w/ Dina Zielinski

    Storing Data in DNA?! w/ Dina Zielinski

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    Could you store all of your computer files in DNA? I chat with researcher Dina Zielinski about her project to do just that! DNA Fountain Website: http://dnafountain.teamerlich.org/ Reddit AMA: https://www.reddit.com/r/science/comments/5xt0gl/science_ama_s

  • 09:53 Radon - Periodic Table Of Videos

    Radon - Periodic Table Of Videos

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    Here is a new video from us about Radon, including a look at a historic letter and a German cloud chamber! With thanks to the Royal Society and GSI. For those with annotations, the caption at the end for Radon should clearly be Rn, not Ra - sorry! More ch

  • 02:44 Explosives Legend - Periodic Table Of Videos

    Explosives Legend - Periodic Table Of Videos

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    The Professor oversees the installation of a "blue plaque" for the late great Colonel BD Shaw. See out-takes from this video (and why Brady gets angry at truck drivers) at: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=LN7BLUWBuBI More chemistry at http://www.periodicvi

  • 04:50 The Fundamentals Of Space-time: Part 2 - Andrew Pontzen And Tom Whyntie

    The Fundamentals Of Space-time: Part 2 - Andrew Pontzen And Tom Whyntie

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    View full lesson: http://ed.ted.com/lessons/the-fundamentals-of-space-time-part-2-andrew-pontzen-and-tom-whyntie View part 1 here: http://ed.ted.com/lessons/the-fundamentals-of-space-time-part-1-andrew-pontzen-and-tom-whyntie View part 3 here: http://ed.t

  • 03:32 This Amateur Physicist Built a Fusion Reactor in His Backyard

    This Amateur Physicist Built a Fusion Reactor in His Backyard

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    Theres no telling what you can do when you put your mind to it. Take Richard Hull, he built a small-scale fusion reactorin a shed, in his backyard. A retired electronics engineer, Hull took a special interest in nuclear fusion. He lives in Lakeside, Virgi

  • 05:50 360° Underwater National Park | National Geographic

    360° Underwater National Park | National Geographic

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    Plunge into a Caribbean gem with National Geographic photographer Brian Skerry to explore the Buck Island Reef – America’s first protected marine monument. Sea of Hope: America's Underwater Treasures airs on Nat Geo Sunday 1/15 at 8/7c: http://bit.ly/NGSe

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  • 02:46 Tracking live cells deep within animals’ bodies

    Tracking live cells deep within animals’ bodies

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    Scientists adapt firefly biology to create bioluminescent cells detectable from outside the body. Read the news story: http://scim.ag/2F1ftww Read the research ($): http://science.sciencemag.org/content/359/6378/935 CREDITS editor/animator/narrator Chris

  • 11:50 Exoplanets: Crash Course Astronomy #27

    Exoplanets: Crash Course Astronomy #27

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    Today Phil explains that YES, there are other planets out there and astonomers have a lot of methods for detecting them. Nearly 2000 have been found so far. The most successful method is using transits, where a planet physically passes in front of its par

  • 01:12 Mutant Plant Glows When Attacked | National Geographic

    Mutant Plant Glows When Attacked | National Geographic

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    When plants are wounded, they send out warning signals that spread to other leaves, raising the alarm and activating defense mechanisms for the undamaged areas. Now, researchers have captured this burst of activity in a set of mesmerizing videos that are

  • 01:22 Continental Drift 101 | National Geographic

    Continental Drift 101 | National Geographic

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    Plate tectonics have shuffled the earth’s landmasses around—and continue to do so. ➡ Subscribe: http://bit.ly/NatGeoSubscribe ➡ Get More 101 Videos: http://bit.ly/NatGeo101 About National Geographic’s 101 Series: Explore and experience the forces that sha

  • 02:32 Why Do We Have Earwax?

    Why Do We Have Earwax?

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  • 05:31 In The Footsteps Of Tizard - Periodic Table Of Videos

    In The Footsteps Of Tizard - Periodic Table Of Videos

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  • 08:09 Chemistry Dubstep (behind The Scenes)

    Chemistry Dubstep (behind The Scenes)

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    How Dave and Adam created out chemistry dusbtep video - see the main video at http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=TcvZL6fx-lU Visit Dave and Adam's channel at: http://bit.ly/boyinaband More chemistry at http://www.periodicvideos.com/ Follow us on Facebook at h

  • 04:16 How Trees Secretly Talk to Each Other in the Forest | National Geographic

    How Trees Secretly Talk to Each Other in the Forest | National Geographic

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    What do trees talk about? In the Douglas fir forests of Canada, see how trees “talk” to each other by forming underground symbiotic relationships—called mycorrhizae—with fungi to relay stress signals and share resources with one another. ➡ Subscribe: http

  • 02:51 Are we alone in the universe?

    Are we alone in the universe?

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    Will we ever find intelligent life in the universe? Astrophysicist Jackie Faherty explains two ways scientists approach answering this age-old question.If you want to know if there are dinosaurs still alive today, watch this weeks Dinosaur video: https://

  • 01:08 Visualizing The Sun's Magnetic Field

    Visualizing The Sun's Magnetic Field

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    New technology has enabled scientists to take images of the sun's magnetic fields. Why are these magnetic fields so important? Sign Up For The TestTube Newsletter Here ►►►► http://bit.ly/1myXbFG To see these videos first, like us on Facebook! ►►►► http://

  • 03:09 Your Body's Real Age

    Your Body's Real Age

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    Do all of your cells get switched out for new ones every seven years or so? Does anything remain with you throughout your entire life? That's the question posed on the NPR podcast Invisibilia by co-host Lulu Miller. Listen to their episode (exploring the

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  • 00:34 Greek And Roman Statues Were Once Colorfully Painted | National Geographic

    Greek And Roman Statues Were Once Colorfully Painted | National Geographic

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    Greek and Roman statues haven't always had that glazed look in their eyes—many were once painted. ➡ Subscribe: http://bit.ly/NatGeoSubscribe About National Geographic: National Geographic is the world's premium destination for science, exploration, and ad

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  • 06:29 These Sleep Engineers Could Help You Hack Your Dreams

    These Sleep Engineers Could Help You Hack Your Dreams

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    A group at MIT’s Media Lab known as the “Dream Team” thinks you can harness your unconscious mind with tech you can wear to bed. Is the Cure for Superbugs Hiding Deep Under the Earth? - https://youtu.be/wu6kc8KIGXs Read More This MIT Machine Captures The

  • 13:41 Entropy: Embrace the Chaos! Crash Course Chemistry #20

    Entropy: Embrace the Chaos! Crash Course Chemistry #20

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    Life is chaos and the universe tends toward disorder. But why? If you think about it, there are only a few ways for things to be arranged in an organized manner, but there are nearly infinite other ways for those same things to be arranged. Simple rules o

  • 05:06 Parafilm | What is this thing?!

    Parafilm | What is this thing?!

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    What is this thing?! It's parafilm, a beloved lab staple! Thanks to Bemis for sending me some Parafilm, and to our summer lab students for being awesome! Another giant thank you to my Patreon supporters, including my amazing ribosomes: Marcel Ward Brad Fi

  • 03:11 Popular How We Can Keep Plastics Out of Our Ocean | National Geographic

    How We Can Keep Plastics Out of Our Ocean | National Geographic

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    Plastic pollution poses one of the biggest known threats to the ocean, influencing all ecosystems from beautiful coral reefs to abyssal trenches, eventually accumulating in our own food. Learn more about how to upend the current system of produce-use-disc

  • 01:31 NASA released the closest-ever images of Jupiter’s Great Red Spot

    NASA released the closest-ever images of Jupiter’s Great Red Spot

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    As NASA's Juno probe flew over Jupiter on July 10th, it snapped photographs of the planet's most iconic feature, the Great Red Spot. Following is a transcript of the video. This is our closest look at Jupiter's iconic "Great Red Spot." These photographs w

  • 03:27 The Fundamentals Of Space-time: Part 3 - Andrew Pontzen And Tom Whyntie

    The Fundamentals Of Space-time: Part 3 - Andrew Pontzen And Tom Whyntie

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    View full lesson: http://ed.ted.com/lessons/the-fundamentals-of-space-time-part-3-andrew-pontzen-and-tom-whyntie View part 1: http://ed.ted.com/lessons/the-fundamentals-of-space-time-part-1-andrew-pontzen-and-tom-whyntie View part 2: http://ed.ted.com/les

  • 07:55 This monster plant is trying to take over. What if we let it?

    This monster plant is trying to take over. What if we let it?

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    Silicon Valley is home to tech giants, venture capital…and a years-long battle between an invasive species, a tiny bird, and a bunch of scientists trying to decide what counts as “nature.” We put on the biggest boots we could find and headed out to the st

  • 03:53 Chasing Wolverines With Help From Ultra-Runners

    Chasing Wolverines With Help From Ultra-Runners

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    Wolverines were thought to have disappeared from Utah's northeastern wilderness due to overhunting and trapping. But images from a 2014 camera trap show that this elusive carnivore may be returning to the area. A conservation group founded by National Geo

  • 06:47 Fish Sounds: Do fish talk to each other? | Earth Unplugged

    Fish Sounds: Do fish talk to each other? | Earth Unplugged

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    Did you know fish chirp, crackle and whoop?! Hear why fish make these surprising sounds as Professor Steve Simpson reveals how technology is uncovering a hidden world of communication on our coral reefs. Subscribe: http://bit.ly/SubscribeToEarthUnplugged

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  • 03:35 What Is A Meerkat's Favourite Food? | BBC Earth

    What Is A Meerkat's Favourite Food? | BBC Earth

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    Meerkats are surprisingly picky with their food, and only like their eggs well done. Narrated by David Attenborough. Subscribe: http://bit.ly/BBCEarthSub Watch more videos from BBC Earth: Planet Earth http://bit.ly/PlanetEarthPlaylist Blue Planet http://b

  • 04:37 Solving Mysteries With Archaeologists!

    Solving Mysteries With Archaeologists!

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    Learn all about archaeologists: the scientists who solve the great mysteries of human history! ---------- Like SciShow? Want to help support us, and also get things to put on your walls, cover your torso and hold your liquids? Check out our awesome produc

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  • 05:54 Albert Einstein (stock footage / archival footage)

    Albert Einstein (stock footage / archival footage)

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    Albert Einstein talks about theory of relativity, graphics show equation E = MC squared (E=MC2); explains the theory of relativity. Einstein smoking pipe, reading. Looking at formula. Einstein meets with Professor Solard. Letter being typed in typewriter.

  • 05:12 The Doomsday Clock, explained

    The Doomsday Clock, explained

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    The clock's ticking. Subscribe to our channel! http://goo.gl/0bsAjO The Doomsday Clock began as a graphic on the first edition of the Bulletin of the Atomic Scientists’ magazine. Since then, the Bulletin has used the clock as a symbol for their interpreta

  • 09:03 Seaborgium - Periodic Table Of Videos

    Seaborgium - Periodic Table Of Videos

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    We're at Berkeley for filming of a new video about Seaborgium - a synthetic element named after the legendary Glenn Seaborg. With thanks to Darleane Hoffman and Alexander Pines at the University of California, Berkeley, and to the Lawrence Berkeley Nation

  • 00:50 Newly Unveiled Dinosaur Fossil is Best Preserved Of Its Kind | National Geographic

    Newly Unveiled Dinosaur Fossil is Best Preserved Of Its Kind | National Geographic

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    See the remains of a nodosaur, the best preserved fossil of its kind ever found. Discovered by miners in Alberta, Canada, it's a 110 million-year-old type of plant-eating armored dinosaur. The animal has two 20-inch-long spikes on its shoulders, and, in l

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  • 01:02 NASA | Jupiter In 4k Ultra HD

    NASA | Jupiter In 4k Ultra HD

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    New imagery from NASA’s Hubble Space Telescope is revealing details never before seen on Jupiter. High-resolution maps and spinning globes (rendered in the 4k Ultra HD format) are the first products to come from a program to study the solar system’s outer

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  • 01:40 Is It Safe to Eat Snow? - Sharp Science

    Is It Safe to Eat Snow? - Sharp Science

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    A lot of people who live where it snows are tempted to eat the furry powder straight off the ground or from the sky. But is it actually a good idea? What actually is snow made of, and does pollution affect how healthy the snow really is? Source comes from

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  • 05:00 The World's Loudest Burp - Science & Stuff Explained

    The World's Loudest Burp - Science & Stuff Explained

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    ► Subscribe for more || http://po.st/GWR-Subscribe ► Watch the GWR’s Favourites || http://po.st/GWRFavs Guinness World Records has asked Professor Orbax and his Lab Assistant Klopek, our favourite wacky scientists, to provide simple physics and biology ex

  • 03:44 Inside a Dog Retirement Home | National Geographic

    Inside a Dog Retirement Home | National Geographic

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    Nearly two-dozen dogs are spending their golden years at House with a Heart Senior Pet Sanctuary. Sher Polvinale and a team of volunteers at this Gaithersburg, Maryland, home spare no expense and care for the dogs' every need—from washing and feedin

  • 02:50 What Happens When You Zap Coral With The World's Most Powerful X-ray Laser? | Deep Look

    What Happens When You Zap Coral With The World's Most Powerful X-ray Laser? | Deep Look

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    Some corals look like undersea gardens, gently blowing in the breeze. Others look like alien brains. But in their skeletons are clues that promise to give scientists a detailed picture of the weather from 500 years ago. Reading these bones? Easy. As long

  • 02:56 What Would Happen if the Ice Caps Melted? | COLOSSAL QUESTIONS

    What Would Happen if the Ice Caps Melted? | COLOSSAL QUESTIONS

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    We’ve all heard about ice caps melting and breaking apart, stranding penguins and stressing out scientists! But why? What would happen if all the ice actually melted away?? Images used under license from Shutterstock.com Welcome to COLOSSAL QUESTIONS, the

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  • 01:21 A Rare White Whale Spotted Near Australia | Nat Geo Wild

    A Rare White Whale Spotted Near Australia | Nat Geo Wild

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    An extremely rare white whale has been spotted off the east coast of Australia. This is one of only three white humpback whales that have been recorded in the region. ➡ Subscribe: http://bit.ly/NatGeoWILDSubscribe About Nat Geo Wild: Welcome to a place so

  • 02:26 How Close Are We To Computers That Think Like Humans?

    How Close Are We To Computers That Think Like Humans?

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    Computers can do a lot, but when will they be able to think like humans? Help support DNews by completing this one-question survey http://bit.ly/dnewssurvey The Science of Surfboards ►►►► http://dne.ws/1MSpqJV Read More: New Brain-Like Computer May Solve

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  • 07:09 Iridium - Periodic Table Of Videos

    Iridium - Periodic Table Of Videos

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    Up close with some big samples of real Iridium. Our thanks to Johnson Matthey. See all the elements at http://bit.ly/118elements Naming Iridium: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=fe6SjQRzxZQ Gold Vault: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=CTtf5s2HFkA More chemist

  • 05:46 Neptunium - Periodic Table Of Videos

    Neptunium - Periodic Table Of Videos

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    We get a close-up look at Neptunium during a visit to the National Nuclear Laboratory at Sellafield. This video features Mark Sarsfield from NNL - and periodicvideos regulars Steve Liddle and Martyn Poliakoff from the University of Nottingham. With thanks

  • 02:53 Rising Ocean Temperatures are "Cooking" Coral Reefs | National Geographic

    Rising Ocean Temperatures are "Cooking" Coral Reefs | National Geographic

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    Oceans are acidifying at a rate faster than any time in the last 300 million years. This year, we've seen the most drastic and damaging coral bleaching event in recent history - and it's attributable to warmer, more acidic oceans. It's time to take bigger

  • 03:38 What is Dark Matter? A New Clue!

    What is Dark Matter? A New Clue!

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    Scientists may have found clues to the nature of dark matter in a signal from the universe’s first stars. - Subscribe: https://www.youtube.com/WhatThePhysics?sub_confirmation=1 Here is the research paper: https://www.nature.com/articles/nature25792 Author

  • 04:38 How Do We Know Who Our Human Ancestors Were?

    How Do We Know Who Our Human Ancestors Were?

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    Recently scientists announced the discovery of yet another human-like ancestor, but how do we determine if they belong to the genus homo? Watch More ►►►► http://dne.ws/1FEGqgr Read More: New Human-like Species Discovered in South Africa http://www.bbc.com

  • 01:19 NASA | Observing The 2015 El Niño

    NASA | Observing The 2015 El Niño

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    People the world over are feeling, or soon will feel, the effects of the strongest El Niño event since 1997-98, currently unfolding in the eastern equatorial Pacific Ocean. New satellite observations are beginning to show scientists its impact on the dist

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  • 02:23 The Traveling Telescope Inspiring Africa’s Next Astronomers

    The Traveling Telescope Inspiring Africa’s Next Astronomers

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    If there’s anyone in education who is aiming for the stars, it’s Kenyan astronomer Susan Murabana. On a mission to inspire Africa’s young people—and especially young women—to become scientists, Murabana and her husband started The Travelling Telescope, an

  • 07:44 Searching For Life In Volcanoes And Other Extreme Environments - Nat Geo Live

    Searching For Life In Volcanoes And Other Extreme Environments - Nat Geo Live

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    Found everywhere from the rim of a lava lake to the inside an iceberg, microbes are remarkable organisms that can live in places humans can only dream of. How do they do it? And what can we learn from them about the limits of life both on our planet and e

  • 05:49 Why the Male Black Widow is a Real Home Wrecker | Deep Look

    Why the Male Black Widow is a Real Home Wrecker | Deep Look

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    Sure, the female black widow has a terrible reputation. But whos the real victim here? Her male counterpart is a total jerk and might just be getting what he deserves. Learn more about CuriosityStream at http://curiositystream.com/deeplook SUBSCRIBE to De

  • 01:28 This Butterfly Was Extinct, 10 Years Later it Reappeared

    This Butterfly Was Extinct, 10 Years Later it Reappeared

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    The Palos Verdes blue is an extremely rare butterfly species that can only be found in one specific area of Southern California. In the 1980s, the true blue beauty was thought to have been extinct, but in later years, was rediscovered the wild, to the sho

  • 01:45 Meerkats can Solve Complex Tasks to Eat Scorpions  | BBC Earth

    Meerkats can Solve Complex Tasks to Eat Scorpions | BBC Earth

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    How good are meerkats at innovation when faced with complex problems separating them from a tasty scorpion? Narrated by David Attenborough. Subscribe: http://bit.ly/BBCEarthSub Watch more videos from BBC Earth: Planet Earth http://bit.ly/PlanetEarthPlayli

  • 03:45 Meerkats are Caught in a Dust Storm | BBC Earth

    Meerkats are Caught in a Dust Storm | BBC Earth

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    When a dust storm hits the Kalahari desert, the meerkats need to split up to hide and survive. Narrated by David Attenborough. Subscribe: http://bit.ly/BBCEarthSub Watch more videos from BBC Earth: Planet Earth http://bit.ly/PlanetEarthPlaylist Blue Plane

  • 01:46 Red-Hot Platinum Ingot - Periodic Table Of Videos

    Red-Hot Platinum Ingot - Periodic Table Of Videos

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    Casting a 4kg platinum ingot. It's worth... well, that depends on today's platinum price! More from our visit: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Fg2WzCzKpYU Subscribe to computerphile - http://bit.ly/XqEDYi Filmed at Johnson Matthey - our thanks to them. Mo

  • 01:16 TIL: Why Is the Ocean Salty? | Today I Learned

    TIL: Why Is the Ocean Salty? | Today I Learned

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    How is it that we didn't know why the ocean was salty until 1979? National Geographic Explorer-in-Residence Bob Ballard explains why such a basic question remained a mystery for so long—and where his team finally found the answer. Subscribe: http://

  • 07:00 The woman who turns brains into soup: Suzana Herculano-Houzel

    The woman who turns brains into soup: Suzana Herculano-Houzel

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    Ever wondered how many neurons are in the human brain? Meet Suzana Herculano-Houzel, a professor at Vanderbilt University whose pioneering "brain soup" technique made it possible to accurately count the number of neurons in brains of all sizes. From eleph

  • 03:02 Watch Flesh-Eating Beetles Strip Bodies to the Bone | Deep Look

    Watch Flesh-Eating Beetles Strip Bodies to the Bone | Deep Look

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    Dermestid Beetles are fast and fastidious eaters. They can pick a carcass clean in just days leaving even the most delicate bone structures intact. This makes them the perfect tool for museum scientists-- if you keep them far, far away from valuable colle

  • 09:52 Boiling Water - Periodic Table Of Videos

    Boiling Water - Periodic Table Of Videos

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    Original Everest video: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=JTL4dj3Gx1o This video features Martyn Poliakoff, Samantha Tang and Neil Barnes. Thanks to Buddhi Rai and Chandra Rai for all theri help with the Everest boiling. More chemistry at http://www.periodic

  • 01:43 NASA | The Arctic and the Antarctic Respond in Opposite Ways

    NASA | The Arctic and the Antarctic Respond in Opposite Ways

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    For more information, visit http://www.nasa.gov/content/goddard/antarctic-sea-ice-reaches-new-record-maximum http://www.nasa.gov/content/goddard/qa-what-is-happening-with-antarctic-sea-ice The Arctic and the Antarctic are regions that have a lot of ice an

  • 05:45 Why Atlantic fish are invading the Arctic

    Why Atlantic fish are invading the Arctic

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    Southern species are flooding into the far north. Subscribe to our channel! http://goo.gl/0bsAjO Scientists are witnessing the upending of large parts of the Arctic ocean. As the sea ice recedes and temperatures rise, the warmer waters of the Atlantic are

  • 05:40 Old School Professor - Periodic Table Of Videos

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    He Jiankui and the World's First Gene-edited Babies

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    A Brief History of Gene Editing

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    Famous Science Spectacles - Periodic Table Of Videos

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    5 Stories Of Incredible Science In Action

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    The Absurdity of Detecting Gravitational Waves

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    Sleep Scientist Explains One Concept in 5 Levels of Difficulty | WIRED

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  • 01:00 TIL: The World’s Largest Migration Isn’t What You Think | Today I Learned

    TIL: The World’s Largest Migration Isn’t What You Think | Today I Learned

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  • 03:59 Liquid Nitrogen and the Leidenfrost Effect

    Liquid Nitrogen and the Leidenfrost Effect

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  • 03:58 Are Plants Conscious?

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    Saving Baby Animals With the Milk Lab

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    More Than 800 Ancient Egyptian Tombs Mapped for First Time | National Geographic

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  • 06:18 Racing to Save Dying Coral Reefs

    Racing to Save Dying Coral Reefs

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    'That's Amazing' Episode 3 | Meet Earth's Minders

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    Our Sterile Homes Might Be Giving Us Seasonal Allergies

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    How Giant Lava Caves on Earth May Help Us Survive on Mars | National Geographic

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  • 01:58 This Lab of Snake Venom Is Saving Lives

    This Lab of Snake Venom Is Saving Lives

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  • 08:39 Why It's Impossible To Engineer Earthquake-Proof Buildings | We The Curious

    Why It's Impossible To Engineer Earthquake-Proof Buildings | We The Curious

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  • 04:14 Carbon Nanotubes Might Be the Secret Boost Solar Energy Has Been Looking For

    Carbon Nanotubes Might Be the Secret Boost Solar Energy Has Been Looking For

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  • 46:56 The Microbes Within Us - with Ed Yong

    The Microbes Within Us - with Ed Yong

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  • 02:57 How do we know an asteroid hit Earth 66 million years ago?

    How do we know an asteroid hit Earth 66 million years ago?

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    One theory for why the dinosaurs went extinct is that an asteroid hit Earth at the end of the Cretaceous period. But since no one was alive to see it, how can we know that it really happened? Astrophysicist Jackie Faherty reveals how clues found in sedime

  • 01:17 See Raccoons Pass Famous Intelligence Test | Nat Geo Wild

    See Raccoons Pass Famous Intelligence Test | Nat Geo Wild

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  • 02:40 Exploring the Longest Cave System in Asia

    Exploring the Longest Cave System in Asia

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    3 Amazing Facts About Dogs!

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  • 01:25 Using Shark Skin To Fight Against Bacteria | Think Like A Tree

    Using Shark Skin To Fight Against Bacteria | Think Like A Tree

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  • 04:14 The Science Of Screaming, And What Was The Biggest Dinosaur?

    The Science Of Screaming, And What Was The Biggest Dinosaur?

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  • 00:58 Boxing Match: Watch Female Hare Punch Her Suitors | National Geographic

    Boxing Match: Watch Female Hare Punch Her Suitors | National Geographic

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    Water Boiling At Everest - Periodic Table Of Videos

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    Our Senses: What Sluggish Sloths Tell Us About Balance

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    Extracting Water on Mars | MARS: How to Survive on Mars

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  • 01:43 What Can A Humpback Whale Teach A Wind Turbine? | Think Like A Tree

    What Can A Humpback Whale Teach A Wind Turbine? | Think Like A Tree

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  • 03:10 How long did a T. rex live?

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  • 05:36 The Whales of New York

    The Whales of New York

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  • 05:14 WFIRST Will See the Big Picture of the Universe

    WFIRST Will See the Big Picture of the Universe

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  • 03:09 Did an asteroid kill the dinosaurs?

    Did an asteroid kill the dinosaurs?

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    Why Every Picture Of A Black Hole Is An Illustration

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  • 04:57 Here's What Causes Narcolepsy

    Here's What Causes Narcolepsy

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  • 01:55 How A Dog Inspired Velcro And A Bat Inspired Radar | Think Like A Tree

    How A Dog Inspired Velcro And A Bat Inspired Radar | Think Like A Tree

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  • 03:39 Did Aliens Write the Voynich Manuscript? | COLOSSAL MYSTERIES

    Did Aliens Write the Voynich Manuscript? | COLOSSAL MYSTERIES

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  • 00:42 Neutron stars collide

    Neutron stars collide

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    Jupiter’s Iconic Red Spot is Shrinking, What Could Happen Next?

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    Social Interaction And The 'Bliss Molecule'

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  • 11:48 Can We Get DNA From Fossils?

    Can We Get DNA From Fossils?

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    How many elements are there? | Earth Lab

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  • 08:50 Is Space a Thing?

    Is Space a Thing?

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