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  • 01:31 A History of British India | The Great Courses

    A History of British India | The Great Courses

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    http://www.thegreatcourses.com/courses/a-history-of-british-india.html?ai=140638 A History of British India Hayden J. Bellenoit, D.Phil. U.S. Naval Academy Shaped by its richly diverse cultural heritage and by immensely significant historical events, the

  • 12:21 I went to India to make a manhole cover...

    I went to India to make a manhole cover...

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    I took a train across India to Howrah, to make a manhole cover. And I totally failed. Share this video: https://youtu.be/GqMUuBHChxk Subscribe to the channel here: https://goo.gl/qeurxc Cast In India trailer: https://castinindia.com/watch/ Thank you to: -

  • 07:35 How India runs the world's biggest election

    How India runs the world's biggest election

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    900 million eligible voters need access to polling booths.This season of Borders is presented by CuriosityStream. Watch thousands of documentaries for free for 31-days: https://www.curiositystream.com/BordersJoin the Video Lab to help us make more Vox Bor

  • 03:07 The Best Stargazing is at the Northern Tip of India

    The Best Stargazing is at the Northern Tip of India

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    For some of the best stargazing in the world, many make the trek to Ladakh at the northern tip of India. The region is home to the Indian Astronomical Observatory, specifically situated for its unique geology. Located on cold, remote desert land, the area

  • 03:42 Marianne North's Obsession with the Carnivorous Pitcher Plant

    Marianne North's Obsession with the Carnivorous Pitcher Plant

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    Painter Marianne North's obsession with local Borneo vegetation led her to one of the most unusual and rare plants in the world: the flesh-eating pitcher plant, located deep in the forests of Kuching. From: VICTORIAN REBEL: MARIANNE NORTH http://bit.ly/2n

  • 01:32 The Great Wall of India

    The Great Wall of India

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    Hidden between mountains and snaking through remote valleys, the Kumbhalgarh Wall in Rajasthan, India is relatively unknown, even to locals. Still, its grand build and scale make it one of India’s most majestic landmarks. At 36 kilometers in length, it is

  • 03:37 How Robots Are Preventing the Spread of COVID-19 in India

    How Robots Are Preventing the Spread of COVID-19 in India

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    The robo-doctor will see you now. Her name is ELF. A humanoid robot, she simulates face-to-face interactions between doctors and patients at a major hospital in India. She helps reduce human interaction to keep people safe during the COVID-19 pandemic, ac

  • 03:35 Keeping Aircraft Safe without Radar: The North Atlantic Tracks

    Keeping Aircraft Safe without Radar: The North Atlantic Tracks

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    Over the North Atlantic, there's no radar coverage: so how do air traffic controllers keep planes safe? The answer, at least in part, can be found at Nav Canada's Gander Area Control Centre in Newfoundland. The North Atlantic Tracks are like freeway lanes

  • 31:35 A History of British India | The Great Courses

    A History of British India | The Great Courses

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    Explore how the Indian subcontinent drifted further toward colonialism. Observe how the regionalization of the Mughal Empire compromised the emperor's ability to govern. Take account of India's prominence within the broader global economy, and chart the r

  • 04:58 How North America Got Its Shape - Peter J. Haproff

    How North America Got Its Shape - Peter J. Haproff

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    View full lesson: http://ed.ted.com/lessons/how-north-america-got-its-shape-peter-j-haproff North America didn’t always have its familiar shape, nor its famed mountains, canyons, and plains: all of that was once contained in an unrecognizable mass, buried

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  • 02:44 This Village in India Plants 111 Trees Every Time a Girl Is Born

    This Village in India Plants 111 Trees Every Time a Girl Is Born

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    In many parts of India, baby boys are favored over girls, whodue to the dowry systemcan be seen as a financial burden on families. But the people of Piplantri are fighting this prejudice. In Piplantri, villagers celebrate the birth of their girls by plant

  • 07:06 New How The World's Largest Community Kitchen Feeds 100,000 Daily At Golden Temple, India | Big Batches

    How The World's Largest Community Kitchen Feeds 100,000 Daily At Golden Temple, India | Big Batches

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    This is the largest free kitchen in the world. Open 24 hours, year round, this food hall feeds 100,000 people for free each day. And on religious holidays that number can double. Just one of these huge bowls is enough to feed around 10,000 people. We visi

  • 05:22 The North Pole’s Frozen Over!

    The North Pole’s Frozen Over!

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    The North Pole's frozen over! How will Santa make the presents now! Can Drew and his friends save Christmas? ❄️

  • 06:11 India Could Be the First to Land on the Moons South Pole

    India Could Be the First to Land on the Moons South Pole

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    The Indian Space Research Organization's Chandrayaan-1 was the first to discover water on the moon, and with the Chandrayaan-2, they could be the first to explore the surface on the Moon's south pole. These future discoveries could reveal the evolution of

  • 04:17 The History of North America: Every Year

    The History of North America: Every Year

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    See how civilizations rose and fell in North America along with the colonization of the continent by Europe which would lead to the rise of the United States.

  • 01:33 Your First Look at Jupiter’s Gorgeous North Pole | WIRED

    Your First Look at Jupiter’s Gorgeous North Pole | WIRED

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    The Juno spacecraft has snapped the first photo ever of Jupiter’s north pole, revealing some intriguing surprises. Still haven’t subscribed to WIRED on YouTube? ►► http://wrd.cm/15fP7B7 CONNECT WITH WIRED Web: http://wired.com Twitter: https://twitter.com

  • 13:19 Journey Through India With These Six Stories

    Journey Through India With These Six Stories

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

  • 04:09 We May Finally Know Why Earths Magnetic North Keeps Moving

    We May Finally Know Why Earths Magnetic North Keeps Moving

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    Magnetic north keeps shifting, but we may finally know whats causing it. Subscribe to Seeker! http://bit.ly/subscribeseeker Watch more Elements! http://bit.ly/ElementsPlaylist Visit our shop at http://shop.seeker.comThe Earth's magnetic north pole is shif

  • 02:50 Who Was the First Person to Reach the North Pole? | National Geographic

    Who Was the First Person to Reach the North Pole? | National Geographic

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    Reaching the North Pole is no small feat. While many believe the first person to accomplish this daunting task was either Robert Peary or Frederick Cook, the title might actually belong to an African American explorer named Matthew Henson. ➡ Subscribe: ht

  • 02:59 Why Do India And China Have So Many People?

    Why Do India And China Have So Many People?

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    Please subscribe! http://goo.gl/EpIDGd And support us on Patreon: https://www.patreon.com/MinuteEarth India and China have so many people today because they’re good for farming and big, but they’ve always been that way, so they’ve actually had a huge prop

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  • 04:37 How To Draw The North Pole Sign

    How To Draw The North Pole Sign

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    Today we're learning how to draw the North Pole sign! If you ever come across the sign in real life, it means you're super close to Santa's home

  • 15:40 Capitalism and the Dutch East India Company: Crash Course World History 229

    Capitalism and the Dutch East India Company: Crash Course World History 229

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    Want to help keep CrashCourse going? Consider becoming a Patron and help us keep making awesome content for such awesome people. SUBBABLE SUBSCRIBERS READ FURTHER↓ https://www.patreon.com/crashcourse In which John Green teaches you about the Vereenigde Oo

  • 02:48 The hard life of India's illegal sewer cleaners

    The hard life of India's illegal sewer cleaners

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    Over 1 million people in India’s “untouchable” caste are still tasked with cleaning sewers, drains, and latrines — with no protective gear. Subscribe to our channel! http://goo.gl/0bsAjO For more information on manual scavenging, here's more information f

  • 02:13 Moros intrepidus: North America's Tiny Tyrannosaur

    Moros intrepidus: North America's Tiny Tyrannosaur

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    Diminutive, fleet-footed tyrannosauroid narrows the 70-million-year gap in the North American fossil recordPublished in Communications Biology21 Feb 2019DOI: 10.1038/s42003-019-0308-7Authors: Lindsay Zanno, Terry Gates, Aurore Canoville, Haviv Avrahami, N

  • 04:35 Earths Magnetic North Pole Is Shifting South So What Now?

    Earths Magnetic North Pole Is Shifting South So What Now?

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    The Earth's magnetic poles are constantly shifting, and scientists believe they've figured out why. Subscribe to Seeker!http://bit.ly/subscribeseeker Watch more Elements! http://bit.ly/ElementsPlaylist The North and South poles are often thought of as the

  • 04:16 The Big Problem With The North Pole

    The Big Problem With The North Pole

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    There's something not quite right with the North Pole.... Santa Claus Voiced by Sam Bashor‬ https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCnhFudM67-ycGVx8P9Ss37A Watch more: Why Do You Get Sick When It's Cold? - Dear Blocko #9 ►►https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=1mt5nvW

  • 10:04 Ryan Found A Secret Door in our house to the North Pole for Christmas!

    Ryan Found A Secret Door in our house to the North Pole for Christmas!

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    Ryan Found A Secret Door to the North Pole Pretend Play fun for Christmas! It's an elf door with Presents if Ryan can find the key with clues!

  • 26:47 Minecraft Xbox - North Pole [367]

    Minecraft Xbox - North Pole [367]

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    Welcome to my Let's Play of the Xbox 360 Edition of Minecraft. These videos will showcase what I have been getting up to in Minecraft and everything I have built. I this video I celebrate Christmas in my Lovely World then go for a trip to the North Pole.

  • 03:15 How curry from India conquered Britain | Edible Histories Episode 6 | BBC Ideas

    How curry from India conquered Britain | Edible Histories Episode 6 | BBC Ideas

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    Going for an Indian or having a curry is almost as stereotypically British as roast dinners or fish and chips. So how did curry - a dish from India - come to dominate British cuisine? Here's food historian Annie Gray.Made by Somethin' Else.Hungry for more

  • 09:56 The First and Last North American Primates

    The First and Last North American Primates

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    How To Vote in Every State: https://youtube.com/HowToVoteInEveryStateEarly primates not only lived in North America -- our primate family tree actually originated here! So what happened to those early relatives of ours? Thank you to these paleoartists for

  • 02:39 Mountain Biking in the North Pole

    Mountain Biking in the North Pole

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    Professional mountain biker Darren Berrecloth has spent his career scouring the globe for the biggest and steepest trails on the planet. His latest expedition took him somewhere unexpected—the remote uninhabited island of Axel Heiberg in Canada, 40 miles

  • 01:57 Ben 10 | Welcome to the North Pole | Cartoon Network

    Ben 10 | Welcome to the North Pole | Cartoon Network

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    A trip to the South Pole goes upside down when Team Tennyson lands on the North Pole instead! Ben then finds himself in a fight with a polar bear, who will win?! Episode: Poles Apart CN GAMES: http://cartn.co/ytgames SUBSCRIBE: http://cartn.co/subscribe A

  • 03:26 Teen Titans Go! | Mission to the North Pole | Cartoon Network UK

    Teen Titans Go! | Mission to the North Pole | Cartoon Network UK

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    The Titans go on a secret mission to the North Pole! What will they uncover?[ https://goo.gl/hRAVDf ] Subscribe to the Cartoon Network UK YouTube channel! [ http://www.cartoonnetwork.co.uk ] Visit the Cartoon Network UK website![ http://apps.cartoonnetwor

  • 10:01 How Horses Took Over North America (Twice)

    How Horses Took Over North America (Twice)

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    The PBSDS Annual Audience Survey: https://to.pbs.org/2018YTSurvey The ancestors of modern horses became so successful that they spread all over the world, to Europe, Asia, South America, and Africa. But in their native range of North America, they’ll vani

  • 09:17 China and India Shock NASA By Turning Earth More Green Than Before

    China and India Shock NASA By Turning Earth More Green Than Before

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    Follow me on Twitter for my science stuff: https://twitter.com/WhatDaMath Hello and welcome! My name is Anton and in this video, we will talk about a NASA discovery from a few months back that suggest China and India have replanted a tremendous amount of

  • 10:12 When Camels Roamed North America

    When Camels Roamed North America

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    Camels are famous for adaptations that have allowed them to flourish where most other large mammals would perish. But their story begins over 40 million years ago in North America, and in an environment you’d never expect: a rainforest.   Special thanks t

  • 02:19 Where India’s Top Brass Get Their Instruments

    Where India’s Top Brass Get Their Instruments

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    No Indian celebration is complete without a brass band. In the country of 1.3 billion people, there are at least 700,000 villages. And each village generally has two or three brass bands. But where do all of the trumpets, trombones and tubas come from? It

  • 03:54 Where is the True North Pole?

    Where is the True North Pole?

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    Is it in the Arctic Ocean? In Canada? Russia? MinutePhysics is on Google+ - http://bit.ly/qzEwc6 And facebook - http://facebook.com/minutephysics And twitter - @minutephysics Minute Physics provides an energetic and entertaining view of old and new proble

  • 04:27 Winter at the North Pole!

    Winter at the North Pole!

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    Winter means a lot of changes, and while you might think it's cold outside, some animals can't wait for it to get colder so that they have an easier time finding their next meal! ---------- Love SciShow Kids and want to help support it? Become a patron on

  • 02:57 The North Wind and the Sun: A Fable by Aesop

    The North Wind and the Sun: A Fable by Aesop

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    This short animated film illustrates the fable in which the warm sun proves to the cold wind that persuasion is better than force when it comes to making a man remove his coat. Directed by Les Drew & Rhoda Leyer - 1972

  • 01:12 Dumb-Sounding Birds Of North America

    Dumb-Sounding Birds Of North America

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    Blogging birder Nick Lund shared some of his favorite ridiculous bird songs with Skunk Bear. http://www.thebirdist.com/

  • 02:36 The Great North American Locust Plague

    The Great North American Locust Plague

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    Subscribe - it's FREE! - http://goo.gl/EpIDGd And please support us on Patreon - https://goo.gl/ZVgLQZ MinuteEarth is available as a free iTunes podcast! - https://goo.gl/sfwS6n We're also on facebook - http://facebook.com/minuteearth And twitter - http:/

  • 01:22 Half of All North American Shorebirds Use This Rest Stop

    Half of All North American Shorebirds Use This Rest Stop

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    Cheyenne Bottoms is the nation's largest inland marsh, an area of over 60 square miles. It's also the favored resting spot of many species of migrating birds, from pelicans to 27 species of ducks. From: AERIAL AMERICA: The Great Plains http://bit.ly/1rYV6

  • 05:41 What makes Delhi's air so deadly

    What makes Delhi's air so deadly

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    The policy behind the pollution.Become a Video Lab member!http://bit.ly/video-labEvery November, Northern India experiences some of the most dangerous air pollution levels in the world. Typical pollution sources like car exhaust, construction dust, and in

  • 02:24 Harvesting the World’s Most Expensive Spice

    Harvesting the World’s Most Expensive Spice

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    Kashmiri saffron is the most expensive spice in the world, and for good reason. Found only in a certain region of Kashmir in northern India, farmers have been harvesting the red gold for hundreds of years. For farmer Ali Mohammad Dar, saffron holds a spec

  • 11:03 Top 10 Most Dangerous Plants in the World

    Top 10 Most Dangerous Plants in the World

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    The world is full of incredibly dangerous plants and some species pose a significant threat to us. Here are some of the most dangerous plants in the world! Subscribe for more! ► https://goo.gl/pgcoq1 ◄ Stay updated ► https://goo.gl/JyGcTt https://goo.gl/5

  • 12:43 Every Place in Beatles Lyrics, Mapped | Vanity Fair

    Every Place in Beatles Lyrics, Mapped | Vanity Fair

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    Take yourself on a tour of lyric locations in The Beatles songs. From Eleanor Rigby's gravestone in Liverpool to Abbey Road in North London, see the locations behind The Beatles lyrics throughout England, France, Russia, India, the United States, and more

  • 01:30 The Seven Continents Song | Silly School Songs

    The Seven Continents Song | Silly School Songs

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    Come learn the Seven Continents with this fun, upbeat and easy-to-remember song geared towards grades 3+. Visit http://sillyschoolsongs.com for more info and music!LYRICS:North America, South AmericaAfrica, Europe and AsiaAustralia, AntarcticaSeven contin

  • 02:26 The Largest Handwritten Family Tree in the World

    The Largest Handwritten Family Tree in the World

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    The Ganges River is a highly revered site by Hindus and an iconic, historical epicenter in India. As hundreds of thousands of people visit the Ganges each year, there is a dedicated group of priests, better known as pandits, working quietly behind the sce

  • 02:41 Bill Gates’s Heroes in the Field: Pashu Sakhis

    Bill Gates’s Heroes in the Field: Pashu Sakhis

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    Thanks to these goat nurses, poor women in rural India are being given the opportunity to earn more income and improve their lives. Learn more at https://b-gat.es/2FbQllM

  • 02:59 This Couple Nursed a Rainforest Back to Life

    This Couple Nursed a Rainforest Back to Life

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    What was once 300 acres of coffee and cardamom fields in India’s Southern Ghats is now lush native forest, all thanks to the hard work and dedication of Pamela Gale Malhotra and her husband Anil. The couple started India’s first private wildlife sanctuary

  • 05:04 Fighting Plastic and Public Ridicule: Afroz Shah and His "Dates with the Ocean"

    Fighting Plastic and Public Ridicule: Afroz Shah and His "Dates with the Ocean"

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    In this brief, inspirational story, you will meet Afroz Shah and learn about the undertaking that brought new life to Versova Beach, while inspiring countless others in India and around the world.

  • 01:09 Solar Eclipse (1900) - the first moving image of an astronomical phenomenon | BFI

    Solar Eclipse (1900) - the first moving image of an astronomical phenomenon | BFI

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    The magic of a real solar eclipse filmed on 28 May, 1900 by a famous magician, Nevil Maskelyne, while on an expedition by The British Astronomical Association to North Carolina. In 1898 he travelled to India to photograph an eclipse. He succeeded but the

  • 12:17 Buddha and Ashoka: Crash Course World History #6

    Buddha and Ashoka: Crash Course World History #6

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    In which John relates a condensed history of India, post-Indus Valley Civilization. John explores Hinduism and the origins of Buddhism. He also gets into the reign of Ashoka, the Buddhist emperor who, in spite of Buddhism's structural disapproval of viole

  • 03:11 This Mirror Reflects Your Truest Self

    This Mirror Reflects Your Truest Self

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    You havent really seen yourself until youve gazed into an Aranmula kannadi. These mysterious mirrors have been made in India, for centuries, and are said to reflect your truest self. Unlike plane mirrors, Aranmula kannadi are front-reflecting, meaning the

  • 03:32 Hydrogen Bomb Vs. Atomic Bomb: What’s The Difference?

    Hydrogen Bomb Vs. Atomic Bomb: What’s The Difference?

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    In light of North Korea's recent claim that they tested a hydrogen bomb, here's an explainer on how these nuclear weapons work. How Does North Korea Have Nuclear Weapons?►►►►http://bit.ly/1ZgJnBn Sign Up For The TestTube Newsletter Here ►►►► http://bit.ly

  • 03:02 Protecting Endangered Vegetables

    Protecting Endangered Vegetables

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    You’ve heard talk about protecting endangered animals, but what about endangered vegetables? It’s a crisis that’s come about with the worldwide rise of industrial farming—many indigenous veggies simply aren’t being grown in great quantities anymore. Dr. P

  • 17:27 Kitchens Around the World

    Kitchens Around the World

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    Take a kitchen tour around the world! Submit your Video: http://www.lifewhereimfrom.com/share-your-video/ Special thanks to all those who contributed! Jesse from Edmonton, Canada, Social Media: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCdnb4eR0YaTJr1H17Ndf-jg Marí

  • 20:33 Bathrooms Around the World

    Bathrooms Around the World

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    Thanks to everyone who submitted what their bathrooms look like! To submit your video for our next community projects (2 videos: breakfast and holidays), please check out our share your video page http://www.lifewhereimfrom.com/share-your-video/. CREDITS

  • 08:16 Wild Horses: America's most beloved invasive species? | 4K Drone Footage

    Wild Horses: America's most beloved invasive species? | 4K Drone Footage

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    Thank you to Target for supporting PBS. You can learn more at: https://target.com/communityShare your story today: https://to.pbs.org/3izZeXhWild horses made their home on the islands of North Carolina centuries ago, supposedly descendants of horses broug

  • 05:16 How Is Worcestershire Sauce Made? | How Do They Do It?

    How Is Worcestershire Sauce Made? | How Do They Do It?

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    Worcestershire Sauce was invented in 1835 when a posh army officer went to India to help run the British Empire. He fell in love, not with a woman, but with a fish sauce. DCODE how the iconic sauce is made in England today. #DCODE, #HowDoTheyDoIt, #Worces

  • 14:17 The Election of 1860&the Road to Disunion: Crash Course US History #18

    The Election of 1860&the Road to Disunion: Crash Course US History #18

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    In which John Green teaches you about the election of 1860. As you may remember from last week, things were not great at this time in US history. The tensions between the North and South were rising, ultimately due to the single issue of slavery. The Nort

  • 03:17 No Strings Attached - Craziest Yo-Yo EVER!

    No Strings Attached - Craziest Yo-Yo EVER!

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    This 4A yo-yo is the coolest yo-yo we’ve ever seen and Chang Tzu Wei (張子威) is definitely amazing at it. Subscribe! http://bit.ly/1tLVDYk Click to Facebook: http://on.fb.me/18vAEmE Behind the Scenes: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=DZ4h_AbF1sw Like us on F

  • 12:01 Popular The Civil War, Part I: Crash Course US History #20

    The Civil War, Part I: Crash Course US History #20

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    In which John Green ACTUALLY teaches about the Civil War. In part one of our two part look at the US Civil War, John looks into the causes of the war, and the motivations of the individuals who went to war. The overarching causes and the individual motiva

  • 05:12 1942 Tide Turning In World War II In Europe

    1942 Tide Turning In World War II In Europe

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    In 1942 we see the Axis get pushed back in North Africa and get bogged down in the Soviet Union. The tide of war turns in favor of the Allies.

  • 01:26 Eight Questions With Golden State Warrior Harrison Barnes

    Eight Questions With Golden State Warrior Harrison Barnes

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    Our Kid Reporter Jack Murphy interviews the Golden State Warriors' rookie small forward and North Carolina Alum Harrison Barnes.

  • 11:03 Strategy Of The Civil War

    Strategy Of The Civil War

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    Strategy of the Civil War. The advantages and disadvantages of the North and South in the American Civil War.

  • 09:47 Magnetism: Crash Course Physics #32

    Magnetism: Crash Course Physics #32

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    This episode was sponsored by Prudential. Go to http://Raceforretirement.com and see how quickly 1% can add up. You’re probably familiar with the basics of magnets already: They have a north pole and a south pole. Two of the same pole will repel each othe

  • 01:23 Popular Emperor Penguin Migration | Deep Blue

    Emperor Penguin Migration | Deep Blue

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    While most life migrates north in search of milder conditions, Emperor penguins face an arduous journey 100 miles south to breed. DEEP BLUE AIRS THURSDAY NOVEMBER 26 at 8/7c.

  • 02:08 What makes a happy song? Chances are it has more seventh chords

    What makes a happy song? Chances are it has more seventh chords

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    Pairing guitar chords and lyrics from 90K popular North American songs reveals the key to happiness: seventh chords. Learn more: http://scim.ag/2zIHWBW

  • 11:09 Top 10 Maps That Will Change The Way You See The World

    Top 10 Maps That Will Change The Way You See The World

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    From politics to pop culture to history, maps can teach us exactly what people think and thought. Prepare to be amazed by these top 10 maps that will change how you see the world. Subscribe for more! ► https://goo.gl/pgcoq1 ◄ Stay updated ► https://goo.gl

  • 04:51 The Colossal Consequences Of Supervolcanoes - Alex Gendler

    The Colossal Consequences Of Supervolcanoes - Alex Gendler

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    View full lesson: http://ed.ted.com/lessons/the-colossal-consequences-of-supervolcanoes-alex-gendler In 1816, Europe and North America were plagued by heavy rains, odd-colored snow, famines,...

  • 06:20 The Himalayan Mountains: How They Formed

    The Himalayan Mountains: How They Formed

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    This is the story of how India broke free from Africa to form the tallest mountains in the world. YouTube: https://www.youtube.com/ScopeofScience Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/scopeofscience/ Twitter: https://twitter.com/kurtisbaute Blog: http://www.

  • 06:10 Her spirit was broken; incredible transformation of dying dog

    Her spirit was broken; incredible transformation of dying dog

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    We got a call to rescue a street dog who was suffering from severe mange and dehydration. She was unable to stand when we found her curled up in a ball on the side of the street. Her skin was covered with painful scabs and she had completely lost hope. Af

  • 04:44 How do the leading COVID-19 vaccines work?

    How do the leading COVID-19 vaccines work?

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    As countries like the United States and United Kingdom inoculate their residents with never-before used vaccine technology, others, including Russia, China, and India, are investing in more traditional approaches, like inactivated coronavirus vaccines. Bu

  • 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

  • 04:17 Maps of a now-submerged land help reconstruct the lives of ancient Europeans

    Maps of a now-submerged land help reconstruct the lives of ancient Europeans

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    A region beneath the rough waters of the North Sea, known as Doggerland, holds archaeological clues to the past. Watch how researchers are using advances in mapping and leads from dredging sites to piece together the history of this vanished landscape.Rea

  • 01:59 The Moment Lincoln Realized the Military Power of Railroads

    The Moment Lincoln Realized the Military Power of Railroads

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    Following victory for the South in the battle of Bull Run, President Lincoln reached an inescapable conclusion. Without an effective railway network to transport troops quickly, the North couldn’t win. From the Series: Combat Trains: The First Railroad Wa

  • 03:25 How  Los Angeles Got Water

    How Los Angeles Got Water

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    Serving Up Indian Food, From Mumbai to NYC

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    5 Amazing Stories of Animals and Their Humans

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    Squeezing Between Homes in Tokyo, Japan

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  • 11:51 Exploring the World's Most Spectacular Temples

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  • 04:06 How Do Animals Find Their Way Home Without GPS?

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    Porcupines Give You 30,000 Reasons to Back Off | Deep Look

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    How Noodles Are Eaten Around The World

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    Robot Spy Otter & Spy Bald Eagle Discover How Sea Otters Cope With Mega-waves From Melting Glaciers

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    The Race to the Moons South Pole Is On, But Who Will Get There First?

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  • 09:02 Nintendo And A New Standard For Video Games: Crash Course Games #7

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    Capitalism and Socialism: Crash Course World History #33

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  • 08:29 Oldest footage of New York City ever

    Oldest footage of New York City ever

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    Kids Try Potato Dishes From Around the World | Bon Appétit

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    War&Expansion: Crash Course US History #17

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    15-Minute Chickpea Pancake with Mint Chutney

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  • 13:08 These Four Farmers Are Plowing Ahead

    These Four Farmers Are Plowing Ahead

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    The World’s Only Floating National Park

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    James Burke Connections, Ep. 2 "Death in the Morning"

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    Sesame Street: Santa Song "Believe"

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    Imperialism: Crash Course World History #35

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    Venture Into the Forest with These Four Stories

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    The Curious Origins of Your Favorite Foods

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    Crafting Indias 120-Foot-Long Snake Boats

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    Kids Try Burgers From 10 States | Bon Appétit

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    White bellbird: listen to the world's loudest bird call

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    The Story of the Mayflower and the First Thanksgiving for Children: History for Kids

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  • 04:55 5 Giant Ice Age Animals | Natural History for Kids

    5 Giant Ice Age Animals | Natural History for Kids

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    The Crepe That’s Not a Crepe

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    Life Hacks Invented By Kids That ACTUALLY Work!

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  • 02:09 A whale song class at a British museum

    A whale song class at a British museum

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    Whale watcher and artist Marina Rees teaches whale sounds singing classes as part of a special exhibition at the Old Low Light Heritage Center in North Shields, England. While many whales make sounds, male humpbacks are known for their song, which they pr

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    Kids Try BBQ From 10 States | Bon Appétit

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    The Most Popular Kid's Game in Japan in Real Life: Yo-kai Watch

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    While Pokemon is still a big thing in North America, for kids in Japan, it's been eclipsed by Yo-kai watch. With this half let's play, half walking tour, see what Yo-Kai watch is like on the Nintendo 3DS and in real life. ShinGames: https://www.youtube.co

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    Replacing "Snow" in the Dioramas

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    Cotton batting used for snow in several dioramas had yellowed significantly over the years. Museum artist Joianne Bittle Knight takes us inside the lynx diorama where the entire foreground was replaced. To achieve a realistic windblown appearance, the tea

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    Bodyguard Sharks! | BLUE WORLD Excerpt

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  • 01:26 Germany’s Real-Life Disney Castle

    Germany’s Real-Life Disney Castle

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    Perched atop a foresty hill in Bavaria, Germany, is a real-life fantasy castle. Commissioned by King Ludwig II in 1869, Neuschwanstein Castle has become a major part of our cultural history, even serving as inspiration for Walt Disney’s “Sleeping Beauty.”

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    The Whole Saga of the Supercontinents

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    The study of natural history is the study of how the world has changed but Earth itself is in a constant state of flux -- because the ground beneath your feet is always moving. So if we want to know how we got here, we have to understand how "here" got he

  • 03:30 The Art of Canning the Sea

    The Art of Canning the Sea

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    Canned fish has been around for over a century and has been enjoyed around world. Still, no one loves their fish more than Portugal, where old traditions of fishing, canning and trading have come together to create an art form. What first began as a metho

  • 05:37 We’re Closer to Unravelling the Mysterious Evolution of the T. Rex

    We’re Closer to Unravelling the Mysterious Evolution of the T. Rex

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    In its prime, the Tyrannosaurs rex was the apex predator of the world over 65 million years ago, but how did it get so big, so fast? Here are the latest discoveries we have about this colossal beast. How Did Roboticists Get This Ancient Fossil To Walk? -


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