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  • 02:05 Popular Cute Puppy

    Cute Puppy

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    It's a cute puppy!! also the breed is a welch corgi! so quit asking me!

  • 05:55 How This Woman Plans to Ride a Bike 170 Miles Per Hour | WIRED

    How This Woman Plans to Ride a Bike 170 Miles Per Hour | WIRED

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    Denise Mueller-Korenek set the women's paced bicycle speed record in 2016, pedaling to 147 miles per hour. Now she's ready to attempt to break the overall record of 167 miles per hour and take the title of fastest cyclist ever. UPDATE! On Sept. 16, 2018 D

  • 04:22 Dawn Of The Cyborg Bacteria

    Dawn Of The Cyborg Bacteria

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    http://www.sciencefriday.com In a basement laboratory at the University of Pennsylvania, two roboticists have harnessed the innate sensing, swimming, and swarming abilities of bacteria to power microscopic robots. Even though their work sounds like the pr

  • 03:12 How Eddie Van Halen Invented Tapping

    How Eddie Van Halen Invented Tapping

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    Watch the entire interview here: http://www.zocalopublicsquare.org/2015/02/14/necessity-is-the-source-of-eddie-van-halens-inventions/events/the-takeaway/ At a What It Means to Be American event at the Smithsonian's National Museum of American History, leg

  • 20:49 How This Cyclist Hit 184MPH and Set the World Record

    How This Cyclist Hit 184MPH and Set the World Record

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    Denise Mueller-Korenek shattered the previous land-speed record for the fastest human on a bicycle on earth. We were with her when she did it. Video: Andria Chamberlin and Michael Kofsky for The Wall Street Journal Don’t miss a WSJ video, subscribe here:

  • 05:11 The Phantom Dog-Walker | SPINE-CHILLING STORIES

    The Phantom Dog-Walker | SPINE-CHILLING STORIES

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    There are some things Sadie's dog can't protect her from.Whats going bump in the night? Find out in this series featuring all new, original scary stories. Credits Hosted By: Faith Nibbe Filmed At Home By: Shyla NibbeWritten By: Denise CruzProducers: Aydre

  • 02:28 The Midnight Visitor | SPINE-CHILLING STORIES

    The Midnight Visitor | SPINE-CHILLING STORIES

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    Emily gets a midnight visit she'll never forget.Whats going bump in the night? Find out in this series featuring all new, original scary stories. Credits Hosted By: Faith Nibbe Filmed At Home By: Shyla NibbeWritten By: Denise CruzProducers: Aydrea Walden

  • 12:43 Don't Take Another Bite Of Peanut Butter Until You Watch This

    Don't Take Another Bite Of Peanut Butter Until You Watch This

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    You never really outgrow the taste of peanut butter, and we bet there are still days when you eat a spoonful right out of the jar. But how much do you really know about the stuff? Well, start spreading the news because this is the untold truth of peanut b

  • 06:28 Popular What Are You?

    What Are You?

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    What Are You? So. Are you your body? And if so, how exactly does this work? Lets explore lots of confusing questions. This video is part of a collaboration with CGPGrey. Check out his video here: http://bit.ly/1sphjx2 Support us on Patreon so we can make

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  • 19:13 But what *is* a Neural Network? | Deep learning, Part 1

    But what *is* a Neural Network? | Deep learning, Part 1

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    Subscribe to stay notified about part 2 on backpropagation: http://3b1b.co/subscribe Support more videos like this on Patreon: https://www.patreon.com/3blue1brown For any early-stage ML entrepreneurs, Amplify Partners would love to hear from you: 3blue1br

  • 07:45 How Far Can We Go? Limits Of Humanity.

    How Far Can We Go? Limits Of Humanity.

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    Use the URL: http://www.squarespace.com/nutshell for 10% with a new website and support this channel. Also make your life easier. Thanks a lot to Squarespace for supporting the show! Check out Ethan Siegels Astronomy blog, "starts with a bang": http://onf

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  • 16:06 One Womans Quest to Become the Fastest Bicyclist on Earth

    One Womans Quest to Become the Fastest Bicyclist on Earth

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    Denise Mueller-Korenek lives life fast. Drafting behind a motor vehicle zipping across Utahs Bonneville Salt Flats well in excess of 150 miles per hour on a bicycle Racing is not for the faint of heart. She is out to beat the paced bicycle land speed reco

  • 04:44 The surprising link between stress and memory - Elizabeth Cox

    The surprising link between stress and memory - Elizabeth Cox

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    View full lesson: https://ed.ted.com/lessons/the-surprising-link-between-stress-and-memory-elizabeth-cox Check out our Patreon page: https://www.patreon.com/teded You spend weeks studying for an important test. On the big day, you wait nervously as your t

  • 05:06 Why does your voice change as you get older? - Shaylin A. Schundler

    Why does your voice change as you get older? - Shaylin A. Schundler

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    Learn more about TED's student voice initiative here: http://bit.ly/2ODTRIq View full lesson: https://ed.ted.com/lessons/why-does-your-voice-change-as-you-get-older-shaylin-a-schundler The human voice is capable of incredible variety and range. As we age,

  • 04:23 The "End of History" Illusion - Bence Nanay

    The "End of History" Illusion - Bence Nanay

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    Check out our Patreon page: https://www.patreon.com/teded View full lesson: https://ed.ted.com/lessons/the-end-of-history-illusion-bence-nanay Time and time again, we’ve failed to predict that the technologies of the present will change the future. Recent

  • 18:40 The Ridiculous Way We Used To Calculate Pi

    The Ridiculous Way We Used To Calculate Pi

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    For thousands of years, mathematicians were calculating Pi the obvious but numerically inefficient way. Then Newton came along and changed the game. This video is sponsored by Brilliant. The first 314 people to sign up via https://brilliant.org/veritasium

  • 04:32 Why can't some birds fly? -  Gillian Gibb

    Why can't some birds fly? - Gillian Gibb

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    Check out our Patreon page: https://www.patreon.com/teded View full lesson: https://ed.ted.com/lessons/why-can-t-some-birds-fly-gillian-gibb Though the common ancestor of all modern birds could fly, many different bird species have independently lost thei

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  • 04:48 The dangerous race for the South Pole - Elizabeth Leane

    The dangerous race for the South Pole - Elizabeth Leane

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    Check out our Patreon page: https://www.patreon.com/teded View full lesson: https://ed.ted.com/lessons/the-dangerous-and-daring-race-for-the-south-pole-elizabeth-leane By the early 1900’s, nearly every region of the globe had been visited and mapped, with

  • 04:57 The myth of Sisyphus - Alex Gendler

    The myth of Sisyphus - Alex Gendler

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    Download a free audiobook version of "Man's Search for Meaning" and support TED-Ed's nonprofit mission: https://adbl.co/2z7JGWx Check out our full book recommendation: https://bit.ly/2JYUn1y Sisyphus was both a clever ruler who made his city prosperous, a

  • 05:29 How CRISPR lets you edit DNA - Andrea M. Henle

    How CRISPR lets you edit DNA - Andrea M. Henle

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    Sign up for our newsletter and never miss an animation: http://bit.ly/TEDEdNewsletter View full lesson: https://ed.ted.com/lessons/how-crispr-lets-you-edit-dna-andrea-m-henle From the smallest single-celled organism to the largest creatures on Earth, ever

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  • 17:30 This is why we can't have nice things

    This is why we can't have nice things

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    This video is about stuff: light bulbs, printers, phones and why they aren't better. Go to https://NordVPN.com/veritasium and use code VERITASIUM to get a 2-year plan plus 1 additional month with a huge discount. Its risk free with Nords 30 day money-back

  • 05:04 How do your hormones work? - Emma Bryce

    How do your hormones work? - Emma Bryce

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    Check out our Patreon page: https://www.patreon.com/teded View full lesson: https://ed.ted.com/lessons/how-do-your-hormones-work-emma-bryce Over our lifetimes, our bodies undergo a series of extraordinary metamorphoses: we grow, experience puberty, and ma

  • 05:17 Can you solve the worlds most evil wizard riddle? - Dan Finkel

    Can you solve the worlds most evil wizard riddle? - Dan Finkel

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    Practice more problem-solving at https://brilliant.org/TedEd/--The evil wizard MoldeVort has been trying to kill you for years, and today it looks like hes going to succeed. But your friends are on their way, and if you can survive until they arrive, they

  • 04:25 The surprising reason our muscles get tired - Christian Moro

    The surprising reason our muscles get tired - Christian Moro

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    Why do our muscles get tired and sore after exercise? Explore how our muscles function, and how you can exercise longer without experiencing muscle fatigue. -- You're lifting weights. The first time feels easy, but each lift takes more and more effort unt

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  • 08:14 BEFORE YOU GO TO SCHOOL, WATCH THIS || WHAT IS SCHOOL FOR?

    BEFORE YOU GO TO SCHOOL, WATCH THIS || WHAT IS SCHOOL FOR?

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    EVERY STUDENT NEEDS TO SEE THIS! Check out the Innovation Playlist http://www.innovationplaylist.org Directed by Valentina Vee Produced by Lixe Hernandez Shot by Andrey Misyutin Motion Design by Hodja Berlev (Neonbyte) Music by Raul Vega (Instrumental tra

  • 05:52 How fast can a vaccine be made? - Dan Kwartler

    How fast can a vaccine be made? - Dan Kwartler

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    Dig into the three key phases of developing a new vaccine: exploratory research, clinical testing, and manufacturing. --When a new pathogen emerges, our bodies and healthcare systems are left vulnerable. And when this pathogen causes the outbreak of a pan

  • 05:07 How do crystals work? - Graham Baird

    How do crystals work? - Graham Baird

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    What makes crystals grow into their signature shapes? Dig into the atomic patterns and unique properties of crystals. --Many crystals have signature shapes like the cascade of pointed quartz or a pile of galena cubes. Every crystals atoms have a defining

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  • 05:03 Popular The mysterious science of pain - Joshua W. Pate

    The mysterious science of pain - Joshua W. Pate

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    Explore the biological and psychological factors that influence how we experience pain and how our nervous system reactions to harmful stimuli.--In 1995, the British Medical Journal published a report about a builder who accidentally jumped onto a nail, w

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  • 05:46 Ugly history: Japanese American incarceration camps - Densho

    Ugly history: Japanese American incarceration camps - Densho

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    Dig into the historic injustice of Japanese American incarceration camps, also known as internment camps, during World War II. --On December 7, 1941, 16 year-old Aki Kurose shared in the horror of millions of Americans when Japanese planes attacked Pearl

  • 05:11 Claws vs. nails - Matthew Borths

    Claws vs. nails - Matthew Borths

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    Discover the evolutionary purpose of nails, and explore the theories of why they evolved from claws over 55 million years ago. --Consider the claw. Frequently found on animals around the world, its one of natures most versatile tools. Bears use claws for

  • 04:47 Are naked mole rats the strangest mammals? - Thomas Park

    Are naked mole rats the strangest mammals? - Thomas Park

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    Visit TED-Ed's shop to pick up t-shirts, totes, mugs and more featuring characters from your favorite TED-Ed Animations: http://bit.ly/2IWAKWE View full lesson: https://ed.ted.com/lessons/are-naked-mole-rats-the-strangest-mammals-thomas-park What mammal h

  • 05:21 A brief history of alcohol - Rod Phillips

    A brief history of alcohol - Rod Phillips

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    Trace the 7,000 year old history of alcohol, from its first known origins in China to cultures all over the world fermenting their own drinks.--Nobody knows exactly when humans began to create fermented beverages. The earliest known evidence comes from 7,

  • 03:45 Can you outsmart this logical fallacy? - Alex Gendler

    Can you outsmart this logical fallacy? - Alex Gendler

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    Explore the psychology of the cognitive bias known as the conjunction fallacy, where we assume specific conditions are more probable than general ones. --Meet Lucy. She was a math major in college, and aced all her courses in probability and statistics. W

  • 05:24 Why isn't the Netherlands underwater? - Stefan Al

    Why isn't the Netherlands underwater? - Stefan Al

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    Dig into the incredible engineering of the Netherlands Delta Works the most sophisticated flood prevention system in the world. --In January 1953, a tidal surge shook the North Sea. The titanic waves flooded the Dutch coastline, killing almost 2,000 peopl

  • 05:51 Can you solve the death race riddle? - Alex Gendler

    Can you solve the death race riddle? - Alex Gendler

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    Practice more problem-solving at https://brilliant.org/TedEd/ --The night before the Death Race across the Wastelands is set to begin, your uncle, the great inventor Slate Kanoli, got kidnapped by the ruthless No-Side gang. The only way to get him back is

  • 05:05 The big-beaked, rock-munching fish that protect coral reefs - Mike Gil

    The big-beaked, rock-munching fish that protect coral reefs - Mike Gil

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    Discover the quirky creature known as the parrotfish, and the key role it plays in keeping coral reefs healthy and thriving. --As the sun rises over a quiet coral reef, one animal breaks the morning silence. Named for its vibrant scales and beak-like teet

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  • 05:35 The hidden treasures of Timbuktu - Elizabeth Cox

    The hidden treasures of Timbuktu - Elizabeth Cox

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    Dig into the ancient manuscripts, scrolls, and books of Timbuktu and find out why theyve been hidden for centuries. --On the edge of the vast Sahara desert, citizens snuck out of the city of Timbuktu and took to the wilderness. They buried chests in the d

  • 05:10 Whats the point(e) of ballet? - Ming Luke

    Whats the point(e) of ballet? - Ming Luke

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    How does ballet convey narrative, emotion, and character? Dive into The Sleeping Beauty to see how a ballet creates its essential elements. --A baby cursed at birth. A fierce battle of good and evil. A true love awoken with a kiss. Since premiering in 189

  • 04:30 An unsung hero of the civil rights movement - Christina Greer

    An unsung hero of the civil rights movement - Christina Greer

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    Learn about the life of Bayard Rustin, a leader in the Civil Rights Movement, a gay rights activist, and one of Martin Luther King’s closest advisors. -- In 1963, Martin Luther King Jr. delivered his “I Have a Dream” speech at the March on Washington to n

  • 04:22 Everything changed when the fire crystal got stolen - Alex Gendler

    Everything changed when the fire crystal got stolen - Alex Gendler

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    This riddle was created in partnership with Brilliant. Practice more problem solving here: https://brilliant.org/TedEd/ --Someone has tripped the magical alarms in the Element Temple. When you and the other monks arrive on the scene, you know you have a d

  • 05:24 Harvey Milk's radical vision of equality - Lillian Faderman

    Harvey Milk's radical vision of equality - Lillian Faderman

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    Learn about the life and tragic death of gay rights pioneer Harvey Milk, California’s first openly gay public official. -- By 1973, Harvey Milk had already been many things: naval officer, high school teacher, bit-part actor and wandering hippie. Starting

  • 05:47 Popular The fish that walk on land - Noah R. Bressman

    The fish that walk on land - Noah R. Bressman

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    Explore the challenges facing amphibious fish when they leave water and the ingenious ways they survive on land. --We think of fish as completely aquatic animals. But there are actually hundreds of fish species that are amphibious, meaning that they posse

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  • 05:31 Popular The dust bunnies that built our planet - Lorin Swint Matthews

    The dust bunnies that built our planet - Lorin Swint Matthews

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    Investigate the theories surrounding cosmic dust bunnies and discover how the tiny particles could hold the key to the formation of life on Earth. --Consider the spot where youre sitting. Travel backwards in time and it mightve been submerged at the botto

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  • 05:18 Performing brain surgery without a scalpel - Hyunsoo Joshua No

    Performing brain surgery without a scalpel - Hyunsoo Joshua No

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    Dig into the science of radiosurgery: a procedure that uses light beams of radiation to target tumors, without making a single incision.--Every year, tens of thousands of people have brain surgery without a single incision: theres no scalpel, no operating

  • 05:07 Can you solve the giant spider riddle? - Dan Finkel

    Can you solve the giant spider riddle? - Dan Finkel

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    Practice more problem-solving at https://brilliant.org/TedEd--Once every century, the worlds greatest spiders gather to compete in a series of grueling games. The winner will become the next arachnomonarch, able to command all the worlds spiders to their

  • 05:47 Who decides how long a second is? - John Kitching

    Who decides how long a second is? - John Kitching

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    Discover how scientists developed atomic clocks, which use the vibrations of atoms to measure and maintain a globally consistent time.--In 1967, researchers gathered to answer a long-running scientific question: just how long is a second? It might seem ob

  • 05:05 Can you solve the Alice in Wonderland riddle? - Alex Gendler

    Can you solve the Alice in Wonderland riddle? - Alex Gendler

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    Practice more problem-solving at https://brilliant.org/TedEd/ --After many adventures in Wonderland, Alice has once again found herself in the court of the temperamental Queen of Hearts. Shes about to pass through the garden undetected, when she overhears

  • 06:28 The worlds largest organism - Alex Rosenthal

    The worlds largest organism - Alex Rosenthal

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    Discover the worlds largest organism: Pando, an enormous and ancient quaking aspen, and find out how it became so huge.--The largest animal in the world is the blue whale, which weighs a massive 150 metric tons. Even so, its not remotely close to being th

  • 04:57 What makes a language... a language? - Martin Hilpert

    What makes a language... a language? - Martin Hilpert

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    Dig into the distinction between a language and a dialect, and uncover the history of standardized languages.--Outside of China, Mandarin and Cantonese are often referred to as Chinese dialects, despite being even more dissimilar than Spanish and Italian.

  • 05:22 Axolotls: The salamanders that snack on each other (but don't die) - Luis Zambrano

    Axolotls: The salamanders that snack on each other (but don't die) - Luis Zambrano

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    Discover the extraordinary regenerative powers of the axolotl, a salamander native to Mexico and one of sciences most studied animals.--Axolotls are one of sciences most studied animals. Why, you ask? These extraordinary salamanders are masters of regener

  • 05:34 Why do we, like, hesitate when we, um, speak? - Lorenzo Garca-Amaya

    Why do we, like, hesitate when we, um, speak? - Lorenzo Garca-Amaya

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    Why do we fill pauses in speech with words like um, uh, and like? Dig into the hesitation phenomenon to find out their linguistic significance.--For as long as weve had language, some people have tried to control it. And some of the most frequent targets

  • 06:08 How the worlds tallest skyscraper was built - Alex Gendler

    How the worlds tallest skyscraper was built - Alex Gendler

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    Discover the engineering innovations that made building Burj Khalifa, the worlds tallest skyscraper, possible.--In 2004, construction began on a new building in Dubai, promising a revolutionary design that would dwarf the rest of the worlds skyscrapers. F

  • 05:22 Can you be awake and asleep at the same time? - Masako Tamaki

    Can you be awake and asleep at the same time? - Masako Tamaki

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    Discover the phenomenon known as asymmetrical sleep, where parts of an animal's brain are asleep while other areas remain active.--Many animals need sleep. But all of the threats and demands animals face dont just go away when its time to doze. Thats why

  • 05:10 Why good ideas get trapped in the valley of death and how to rescue them

    Why good ideas get trapped in the valley of death and how to rescue them

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    Explore why zero-carbon technologies are vulnerable to the valley of death in product development and how we can change it.--All new products must pass through the "valley of death" before they reach the market. Many never make it out, and sometimes thats

  • 04:57 Popular How do personality tests work? - Merve Emre

    How do personality tests work? - Merve Emre

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    Examine how popular personality tests, like the Myers-Briggs Type Indicator and the Enneagram, are designed and their inconsistencies. --In 1942, a mother-daughter duo named Katherine Cook Briggs and Isabel Briggs Myers developed a questionnaire that clas

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  • 04:43 The worlds most dangerous fart - Nick Caruso and Dani Rabaiotti

    The worlds most dangerous fart - Nick Caruso and Dani Rabaiotti

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    Dive into the bowels of the animal kingdom to explore why animals fart, and find out which creature has the foulest flatulence. --For most humans, farts are a welcome relief, an embarrassing incident, or an opportunity for a gas-based gag. But for many ot

  • 04:55 Why cant governments print an unlimited amount of money? - Jonathan Smith

    Why cant governments print an unlimited amount of money? - Jonathan Smith

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    Explore the economic strategy of quantitative easing, where a central bank purchases bonds in order to boost the economy.--In March 2020, the COVID-19 pandemic rocked economies worldwide. Millions of people lost their jobs, and many businesses struggled t

  • 05:42 Ugly History: The Spanish Inquisition - Kayla Wolf

    Ugly History: The Spanish Inquisition - Kayla Wolf

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    Dig into the era of the Spanish Inquisition, when the Catholic Church was charged with rooting out and punishing heresy.--In 1478, Pope Sixtus IV issued a decree authorizing the Catholic monarchs, Ferdinand and Isabella, to root out heresy in the Spanish

  • 05:16 How one design flaw almost toppled a skyscraper - Alex Gendler

    How one design flaw almost toppled a skyscraper - Alex Gendler

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    Dig into the unique engineering of New York Citys Citicorp Center tower, and the design flaw that threatened to topple it.--In 1978, Diane Hartley was writing her undergraduate architecture thesis when she made a shocking discovery. After weeks of poring

  • 05:27 The material that could change the world... for a third time

    The material that could change the world... for a third time

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    Explore the role concrete plays in global warming and how scientists are working to create a cleaner, more sustainable concrete.--Today roads, sidewalks, bridges, and skyscrapers are made of a material called concrete. Theres three tons of it for every pe

  • 04:51 How stop motion animation began

    How stop motion animation began

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    An unusual insect story was the start of an animation revolution.Almanac Hollywouldn't is our miniseries on big changes to movies that came from outside Hollywood. Watch all of the episodes right here on YouTube.Episode 1: https://youtu.be/NMkZpuiEqh8Epis

  • 03:49 [OFFICIAL VIDEO] Be My Eyes - Pentatonix

    [OFFICIAL VIDEO] Be My Eyes - Pentatonix

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    "BE MY EYES" AVAILABLE NOW - https://smarturl.it/PTXBEMYEYES"THE LUCKY ONES" THE NEW ORIGINAL ALBUM WITH 11 NEW SONGS INCLUDING "HAPPY NOW" & "BE MY EYES". AVAILABLE 2.12.21. PRE-ORDER NOW https://smarturl.it/PTXTHELUCKYONES"MAD WORLD" AVAILABLE NOW -http

  • 13:57 Scammer FAKES INJURY For Money, He Lives To Regret It | Dhar Mann

    Scammer FAKES INJURY For Money, He Lives To Regret It | Dhar Mann

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    Your actions always have a way of coming back to you. Hi #DharMannFam, thanks for watching my video! For exclusive giveaways & more inspirational content follow me on Instagram here: http://bit.ly/2Kcbgs2Also, did you know we have an official Facebook Gro

  • 03:39 a Eurovision song created by Artificial Intelligence: Blue Jeans and Bloody Tears

    a Eurovision song created by Artificial Intelligence: Blue Jeans and Bloody Tears

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    As Europe (together with Australia and Israel) are glued to their TV sets watching the 64th Eurovision song competition, we asked ourselves What makes a Eurovision song memorable? does a Eurovision hit have special DNA? We are a group of artists, musician


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