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  • Every Bridge For Every Situation, Explained By an Engineer | A World of Difference | WIRED

    Every Bridge For Every Situation, Explained By an Engineer | A World of Difference | WIRED

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    Dr. Nehemiah Mabry, PE, knows a lot about bridges. Nehemiah is a structural engineer and an educator; and he builds bridges for a living. Dr. Mabry sits down with WIRED to talk about all different kinds of bridges from around the globe. What's the differe

  • 19:45 Engineer Explains Every Roller Coaster | A World of Difference | WIRED

    Engineer Explains Every Roller Coaster | A World of Difference | WIRED

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    In this edition of "A World of Difference," Korey Kiepert, owner and engineer with The Gravity Group, goes through the 8 main types of roller coasters and breaks down how they work as well as the decisions behind why they get built in the first place. Kor

  • 11:49 Why Humans Cant Run Cheetah Speeds (70mph) and How We Could | WIRED

    Why Humans Cant Run Cheetah Speeds (70mph) and How We Could | WIRED

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    Why is it that cheetahs can run so fast? How can humans get to be that fast? Cheetah biologist Adrienne Crosier and orthopedic surgeon Dr. Chris Raynor explain why cheetahs are so quick and why humans and limited comparatively.Adrienne Crosier is a biolog

  • 07:36 What Ancient Farmers Had Right About Corn That We Ignore | WIRED

    What Ancient Farmers Had Right About Corn That We Ignore | WIRED

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    Maize is one of the most widely grown grains in the world. The way that much of it is processed has contributed to making millions of people sick over the past 500 years. Dr. Bill Schindler talks about how our modern approach to corn prioritizes convenien

  • 25:41 26 Levels of Yo-Yo Tricks: Easy to Complex | WIRED

    26 Levels of Yo-Yo Tricks: Easy to Complex | WIRED

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    Yo-yo champion Harrison Lee explains yo-yo tricks in 26 levels of difficulty. Starting with tricks using an unresponsive yo-yo, Harrison progresses until he's popping the yo-yo into the air, and dancing the string in and out of the yo-yo's axle. Still hav

  • 24:00 Nanotechnology Expert Explains One Concept in 5 Levels of Difficulty | WIRED

    Nanotechnology Expert Explains One Concept in 5 Levels of Difficulty | WIRED

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    Nanotechnology researcher Dr. George S. Tulevski is asked to explain the concept of nanotechnology to 5 different people; a child, a teen, a college student, a grad student, and an expert. Nanotechnology is the study of objects at the nanoscale (between 1

  • 16:36 Aerodynamics Explained by a World Record Paper Airplane Designer | Level Up | WIRED

    Aerodynamics Explained by a World Record Paper Airplane Designer | Level Up | WIRED

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    John Collins, origami enthusiast and paper airplane savant, walks us through all the science behind five spectacular paper airplanes. Most people know how to fold a simple plane, but paper airplanes can take as much from science as the newest car designs.

  • 16:34 How to Fold the 'Phoenix' Paper Airplane | WIRED

    How to Fold the 'Phoenix' Paper Airplane | WIRED

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    John Collins, also known as 'The Paper Airplane Guy,' teaches us how to fold and fly our very own "Phoenix" paper airplane. The Phoenix is a broader wing glider than the classic 'dart' and not too much more difficult to make. All you'll need for this desi

  • 10:18 Ocean Researcher Debunks Ocean Myths | WIRED

    Ocean Researcher Debunks Ocean Myths | WIRED

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    OCEARCH founder and ocean explorer Chris Fischer has been working to protect our oceans and the wildlife that inhabits them. He sits down with WIRED to talk over some common myths associated with the ocean. Is the Bermuda Triangle real? Can sharks smell b

  • 20:40 Conductor Breaks Down Orchestra Scenes From Movies & TV | WIRED

    Conductor Breaks Down Orchestra Scenes From Movies & TV | WIRED

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    Conductor Marin Alsop examines some band and orchestra scenes from popular movies and television shows and determines how accurate they really are. Does the conductor from the movie "Whiplash" have an effective teaching style? How historically accurate is

  • 08:17 We Used to Eat Animals the Right Way - Heres What Changed | WIRED

    We Used to Eat Animals the Right Way - Heres What Changed | WIRED

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    Dr. Bill Schindler explains why the processes we have in place today in the food industry lead to a less healthy and enriched lifestyle. The way humans eat animals has shifted. Our brains grew significantly once the human race started hunting its food. Di

  • 32:32 How to Make the 'Canard' Paper Airplane | WIRED

    How to Make the 'Canard' Paper Airplane | WIRED

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    John Collins, also known as 'The Paper Airplane Guy,' teaches us how to fold and fly our very own "Canard" paper airplane. Can't get enough? Watch John go in-depth on this airplane and much more: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=3KqjRPV9_PYStill havent sub

  • 37:10 How to Make the World's Best Paper Airplane | WIRED

    How to Make the World's Best Paper Airplane | WIRED

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    John Collins, also known as 'The Paper Airplane Guy,' teaches us how to fold and fly our very own version of his "world record" paper airplane. John attempts to make the greatest paper airplane on the planet, and takes us along for the ride.Can't get enou

  • 08:36 Happiness Researcher Debunks Happiness Myths | WIRED

    Happiness Researcher Debunks Happiness Myths | WIRED

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    Amy Blankson, the founder and CEO of Fearless Positivity, debunks some myths we've all heard about "happiness." Is it true that you either "have" happiness or you don't? Is social media making us less happy? Does success lead to happiness? Still havent su

  • 08:02 How to Fold the 'Tube' Paper Airplane | WIRED

    How to Fold the 'Tube' Paper Airplane | WIRED

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    Watch John go in-depth on this airplane and much more: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=3KqjRPV9_PYJohn Collins, also known as 'The Paper Airplane Guy,' teaches us how to fold and fly our very own "Tube" paper airplane. The Tube doesn't look like much, but

  • 12:18 How to Juggle | WIRED

    How to Juggle | WIRED

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    Professional juggler Jack Kalvan teaches you everything you need to know about the basics of juggling. By the end of this tutorial, you'll have learned how to juggle one, two, three and four balls simultaneously. Still havent subscribed to WIRED on YouTub

  • 10:45 How This Guy Builds Mesmerizing Kinetic Sculptures | Obsessed | WIRED

    How This Guy Builds Mesmerizing Kinetic Sculptures | Obsessed | WIRED

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    A self-taught artist with a background in physics, David C. Roy has been creating mesmerizing wooden kinetic sculptures for nearly 40 years. Powered solely through mechanical wind-up mechanisms, pieces can run up to 48 hours on a single wind.Still havent

  • 13:02 How This Guy Kayaks Over Massive Waterfalls | Obsessed | WIRED

    How This Guy Kayaks Over Massive Waterfalls | Obsessed | WIRED

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    Lots of people like kayaking, and some even enjoy white water, but Rafael Ortiz takes it to another level. Rafael is obsessed with kayaking over massively steep waterfalls. Check out what drives Rafael to take kayaking to dangerous new heights.Still haven

  • 25:24 Hacker Explains One Concept in 5 Levels of Difficulty | WIRED

    Hacker Explains One Concept in 5 Levels of Difficulty | WIRED

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    Security researcher and computer hacker Samy Kamkar is asked to explain the concept of computer hacking to 5 different people; a child, a teen, a college student, a grad student, and an expert. Samy Kamkar is a multidisciplinary engineer, security researc

  • 22:59 How to Build a Cardboard Robot Helmet | WIRED

    How to Build a Cardboard Robot Helmet | WIRED

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    Warren King is a former engineer turned artist, and he's a wizard when it comes to cardboard. Most of his mesmerizing sculptures are made with just cardboard, glue, and a knife. Warren shows us how to build our very own robot helmet, using the techniques

  • 09:19 How This Guy Makes Amazing Sand Art | Obsessed | WIRED

    How This Guy Makes Amazing Sand Art | Obsessed | WIRED

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    Artist Andres Amador takes "playing with sand" to a whole new level. His free-flowing and fractal-inspired works of art exist for only a short amount of time, eventually getting swallowed up by the ocean's tides. But, in that timeframe, Andres is able to

  • 25:42 11 Levels of Self-Portraiture: Easy to Complex | WIRED

    11 Levels of Self-Portraiture: Easy to Complex | WIRED

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    Artist TM Davy explains how to draw a self-portrait in 11 levels of increasing complexity. Starting off with the ubiquitous "solar head" and moving on to portraits that implement light, shadow and color, TM Davy deftly describes how a drawing evolves thro

  • 07:39 How This Girl Takes Indoor Skydiving to the Next Level | Obsessed | WIRED

    How This Girl Takes Indoor Skydiving to the Next Level | Obsessed | WIRED

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    Sydney Kennett is one of the world's best indoor skydivers. The 14-year-old champion moves with the grace of a ballerina inside wind tunnels that propel air in excess of 100 miles per hour. Sydney holds numerous top prizes at competitions around the world

  • 10:44 How This Guy Makes Mesmerizing Fluid Sculptures | Obsessed | WIRED

    How This Guy Makes Mesmerizing Fluid Sculptures | Obsessed | WIRED

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    Ferrofluid is a liquid with nano-sized iron particles that was developed by NASA in the 1960s. Artist Eric Mespl has been experimenting with this magnetic liquid in his art for the past dozen years, and the results are mesmerizing. Still havent subscribed

  • 10:02 Why Captive Tigers Can't Be Reintroduced to the Wild | WIRED

    Why Captive Tigers Can't Be Reintroduced to the Wild | WIRED

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    Netflix's "Tiger King: Murder, Mayhem and Madness" has opened up the world's eyes to big cat ownership in America. Outside all the headlines-generating drama, the documentary casts some light onto the big cat black market. In the US, Tigers are illegally

  • 11:11 How This Guy Stacks Playing Cards Impossibly High | Obsessed | WIRED

    How This Guy Stacks Playing Cards Impossibly High | Obsessed | WIRED

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    Have you ever played a card game then decided to see how high you could stack the cards? Bryan Berg has made card stacking an art form. He holds numerous Guinness World Records (so many he's lost count), and keeps upping the ante on the difficulty. Stacki

  • 04:18 Doctor Explains What You Need to Know About Wearing Masks for Covid-19  | Cause + Control | WIRED

    Doctor Explains What You Need to Know About Wearing Masks for Covid-19 | Cause + Control | WIRED

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    There's a lot of conflicting information when it comes to wearing masks in public during the coronavirus pandemic. Dr. Seema Yasmin explains everything we need to know about wearing masks. Should we be wearing masks? What kinds of masks should we wear? Ca

  • 04:36 How to Stack Playing Cards | WIRED

    How to Stack Playing Cards | WIRED

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    Guinness World Record-holding cardstacker Bryan Berg has made a living stacking playing cards, and now he's here to help all of us learn some of the foundational tricks of the trade. Bryan explains why the traditional "V" stacking formation is flawed and

  • 25:31 How to Start a Fire in the Wilderness | Basic Instincts | WIRED

    How to Start a Fire in the Wilderness | Basic Instincts | WIRED

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    Dr. Bill Schindler, a professor of archeology and anthropology at Washington College, demonstrates a couple of the most effective methods for starting a fire in the wilderness with limited resources. "Even though you may never find yourself in a survival

  • 07:11 How to Make Stone Tools in a Survival Situation | Basic Instincts | WIRED

    How to Make Stone Tools in a Survival Situation | Basic Instincts | WIRED

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    If you're in the wilderness and have nothing, perhaps the most important thing you need is a sharp, durable edge. Humans are among the weakest species on the planet and tools are what help us compensate for that lack of strength. Dr. Bill Schindler, a pro

  • 07:25 How This Guy Balances Impossible Rock Structures | Obsessed | WIRED

    How This Guy Balances Impossible Rock Structures | Obsessed | WIRED

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    Michael Grab's mind-bending rock formations aren't held together by glue or steel rods. Shockingly, his rock piles are stacked using only the laws of gravity. Michael's rock formations have taken the internet by storm, and brought an even greater attentio

  • 07:03 Could Mass Quarantines in the U.S. Work? - Health Expert Explains What You Need to Know | WIRED

    Could Mass Quarantines in the U.S. Work? - Health Expert Explains What You Need to Know | WIRED

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    Professor Lawrence Gostin speaks with WIRED's Matt Simon about what you should know about COVID-19 quarantines. Will the U.S. ever see a mass quarantine like in some other parts of the world?Still havent subscribed to WIRED on YouTube? http://wrd.cm/15fP7

  • 16:38 13 Levels of Beatboxing: Easy to Complex | WIRED

    13 Levels of Beatboxing: Easy to Complex | WIRED

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    2005 Female World Beatbox Champion Butterscotch explains the art of beatboxing in 13 levels of difficulty. Starting with just the bass drum, Butterscotch layers more and more vocal drums and instruments on top of each other until she starts adding real, l

  • 10:32 How Researchers Keep Humans Safe From Shark Attacks (180)| Damage Control | WIRED

    How Researchers Keep Humans Safe From Shark Attacks (180)| Damage Control | WIRED

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    As climate change has affected the world, shark populations are moving to cooler waters. This increase in sharks' proximity to humans has made shark attacks much more commonplace. While still an extremely small number of attacks, researchers are trying to

  • 08:51 Why This Taste Map Is Wrong | WIRED

    Why This Taste Map Is Wrong | WIRED

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    We've all seen the famous "taste map," a diagram of the human tongue that separates different sections based on taste, with examples like sweet, sour, salty, and umami. Robert Margolskee, director and president at Monell Chemical Senses Center, explains w

  • 10:38 NASA Flight Surgeon Explains How to Treat a Blood Clot in Space | WIRED

    NASA Flight Surgeon Explains How to Treat a Blood Clot in Space | WIRED

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    Lets say youre on an interplanetary mission to Mars, millions of miles from the nearest hospital, and something in your body goes awry. Say, a routine body scan reveals a potentially life-threatening blood clot. What on Earth, or in space I guess, do you

  • 12:04 How This Guy Makes Amazing DIY Musical Contraptions | Obsessed | WIRED

    How This Guy Makes Amazing DIY Musical Contraptions | Obsessed | WIRED

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    Len Solomon has been making instruments out of random objects for over 30 years. He's performed as a one-man-band all over the world, and The Majestic Bellowphone is perhaps his DIY novelty masterpiece. Check out Len Solomon's YouTube channel at https://w

  • 10:01 Scientist Explains How to Levitate Objects With Sound | WIRED

    Scientist Explains How to Levitate Objects With Sound | WIRED

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    Believe it or not, levitating objects aren't just the stuff of science fiction and magic shows. There are actually many different forms of levitation including something called acoustic levitation, which uses powerful sound waves to trap objects in mid-ai

  • 11:25 Former FBI Agent Explains How to Detect Lying & Deception | Tradecraft | WIRED

    Former FBI Agent Explains How to Detect Lying & Deception | Tradecraft | WIRED

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    There are a number of myths about detecting deception. Fidgeting, looking away, touching your mouth, all of these things are commonly thought to be practices that indicate deception. Jim Clemente, former Supervisory Special Agent for the FBI, explains why

  • 10:19 How Hyperreal Masks Keep Fooling People | WIRED

    How Hyperreal Masks Keep Fooling People | WIRED

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    Deepfakes may seem like an internet scourge, but so-called "hyperreal" masks have fooled people in real-life and have even been used in crimes. To learn more about these masks and our ability to spot them, WIRED's Matt Simon talked with researcher Rob Jen

  • 04:23 Former Secret Service Agent Explains How to Detect Counterfeit Money | Tradecraft | WIRED

    Former Secret Service Agent Explains How to Detect Counterfeit Money | Tradecraft | WIRED

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    Former Secret Service Agent Jonathan Wackrow explains how the Service keeps counterfeit currency out of circulation. The Secret Service was installed to combat counterfeit money during the Civil War, and the Service still to this day works tirelessly to s

  • 11:20 How Drones Catch Whale Snot for Biology Research | WIRED

    How Drones Catch Whale Snot for Biology Research | WIRED

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    Whale research is difficult, but a conservation organization is trying to make it a bit easier with drones. WIRED's Matt Simon talks with Ocean Alliance CEO Iain Kerr about the benefits of flying the "SnotBot" into a whale's blow spout.Still havent subscr

  • 36:32 Astrophysicist Explains Gravity in 5 Levels of Difficulty | WIRED

    Astrophysicist Explains Gravity in 5 Levels of Difficulty | WIRED

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    Astrophysicist Janna Levin, PhD, is asked to explain the concept of gravity to 5 different people; a child, a teen, a college student, a grad student, and an expert. Levin is the Claire Tow Professor of Physics & Astronomy at Barnard College of Columbia U

  • 10:05 The Darkest Black on Earth? Why Scientists & Artists Want the World's Blackest Substances | WIRED

    The Darkest Black on Earth? Why Scientists & Artists Want the World's Blackest Substances | WIRED

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    Artists and scientists are searching for ever more light-absorbing materials. To find out what's behind the quest for ultra-blacks, WIRED's Arielle Pardes talked with artist Stuart Semple and physicist John Lehman about these amazing materials.Still haven

  • 10:33 How This Guy Uses A.I. to Create Art | Obsessed | WIRED

    How This Guy Uses A.I. to Create Art | Obsessed | WIRED

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    Artist Refik Anadol doesn't work with paintbrushes or clay. Instead, he uses large collections of data and machine learning algorithms to create mesmerizing and dynamic installations. Machine Hallucination at Artechouse NYC: https://www.artechouse.com/nyc

  • 10:01 Could Humans Hibernate for Space Travel? | WIRED

    Could Humans Hibernate for Space Travel? | WIRED

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    If humans are going to travel to Mars we may need to get there in a sleep state. Bear hibernation may hold the keys to inducing human hibernation. To learn more WIRED's Arielle Pardes talked with bear researcher Heiko Jansen.Still havent subscribed to WIR

  • 10:08 How This Guy Became a Pizza Spinning World Champion | Obsessed | WIRED

    How This Guy Became a Pizza Spinning World Champion | Obsessed | WIRED

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    Sleight of Hand Pizza owner and chef Justin Wadstein is a 13-time world pizza champion. Here's how he takes the simple act of tossing dough to the next level with flips, spins, shoulder rolls, and other moves.Still havent subscribed to WIRED on YouTube? h

  • 17:41 Every Starfighter in Star Wars Explained By Lucasfilm | WIRED

    Every Starfighter in Star Wars Explained By Lucasfilm | WIRED

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    Lucasfilms' Doug Chiang and Amy Beth Christenson explain each and every type of starfighter from the Star Wars movie franchise. These small, combat-focused spacecrafts have become a canvas for some of the most iconic designs in all of cinema. Ever wondere

  • 10:10 How the Disco Clam Uses Light to Fight Super-Strong Predators | WIRED

    How the Disco Clam Uses Light to Fight Super-Strong Predators | WIRED

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    When the disco clam, a bivalve with a flashing light display, is faced with the predatory power of the punching mantis shrimp, things get interesting. Marine biologist Lindsey Dougherty explains the bizarre behavior shes been observing in her lab.CORRECTI

  • 22:28 Every Stormtrooper in Star Wars Explained By Lucasfilm | WIRED

    Every Stormtrooper in Star Wars Explained By Lucasfilm | WIRED

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    Lucasfilms' Doug Chiang and Madlyn Burkert delve into the backstories of each and every type of stormtrooper from the Star Wars franchise. Madlyn and Doug explain not only each stormtroopers' origin, but what went into the production of all of their costu

  • 10:14 Why It's Almost Impossible to Shot Put 24 Meters | WIRED

    Why It's Almost Impossible to Shot Put 24 Meters | WIRED

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    Ever wonder what the upper limit of the shot put is? The record is 23.12 meters, or just under 75 feet. But could someone come along and put one even further? WIRED's Robbie Gonzalez met up with Olympic record holder Ryan Crouser to find out why putting a

  • 10:04 How This Guy Makes Record-Breaking Balloon Sculptures | Obsessed | WIRED

    How This Guy Makes Record-Breaking Balloon Sculptures | Obsessed | WIRED

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    Jeremy Telford built the world's largest balloon sculpture. But that's only one of the impressive things he has done with balloons. He's recreated the Seven Wonders of the Ancient World, numerous Marvel characters, Van Gogh's Starry Night, and Stranger Th

  • 10:13 How 3D Printing Could Help Colonize Mars | WIRED

    How 3D Printing Could Help Colonize Mars | WIRED

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    To live on Mars humans may have to rely on robotically 3D printed homes like the structures designed by AI SpaceFactory. WIRED's Arielle Pardes talks with AI SpaceFactory CEO and architect David Mallot about how this new technology works and could be used

  • 17:02 Surgeon Explains How to Apply Stitches | WIRED

    Surgeon Explains How to Apply Stitches | WIRED

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    Trauma surgeon Annie Onishi shows WIRED contributor Peter Rubin how to tie various forms of surgical knots. Annie demonstrates the techniques behind a one-handed knot using different types of sutures that are typically used for various parts of the human

  • 10:04 Scientist Explains How Some People Need Only 4 Hours of Sleep | WIRED

    Scientist Explains How Some People Need Only 4 Hours of Sleep | WIRED

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    Researcher Ying-Hui Fu has found two rare genes that allow some people to be "natural short sleepers" who feel rested after a mere 4 or 5 hours per night. WIRED's Arielle Pardes sat down with Dr. Fu to discuss her findings.Still havent subscribed to WIRED

  • 40:17 Every Years Most Popular Toy Since 1969 Explained | Each and Every | WIRED

    Every Years Most Popular Toy Since 1969 Explained | Each and Every | WIRED

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    Chris Bensch, chief curator at the Strong Museum of Play, delves into the backstories of each and every ber-popular toy released over the last 50 years. In 1977 Star Wars action figures hit the market and revolutionized the toy industry. 1979's Atari 2600

  • 12:23 10 Levels of Ice Sculpture: Easy to Complex | WIRED

    10 Levels of Ice Sculpture: Easy to Complex | WIRED

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    Ice sculptor Shintaro Okamoto explains the art of sculpting ice in 10 levels of difficulty. The angelfish is one of the most historical designs in the ice sculpting community, so it's the perfect place to start. Shintaro explains how you can create an ang

  • 06:40 Scientist Explains How Unsinkable Metal Works | WIRED

    Scientist Explains How Unsinkable Metal Works | WIRED

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    This piece of metal is unsinkable. WIRED's Matt Simon spoke with the inventor, Chunlei Guo, about how the superhydrophobic material was created and how it could help prevent disasters at sea. Still havent subscribed to WIRED on YouTube? http://wrd.cm/15fP

  • 10:15 How This Guy Became a World Champion Whistler | Obsessed | WIRED

    How This Guy Became a World Champion Whistler | Obsessed | WIRED

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    International Grand Champion Sean Lomax loves whistling more than most. Watch him break down how he achieves his show-stopping performances.Still havent subscribed to WIRED on YouTube? http://wrd.cm/15fP7B7 Get more incredible stories on science and tech

  • 23:40 Sleep Scientist Explains One Concept in 5 Levels of Difficulty | WIRED

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

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    Sleep scientist Aric A. Prather, PhD, is challenged to explain the topic of sleep to 5 different people; a child, a teen, a college student, a grad student, and an expert. What are some of the causes and consequences of insufficient sleep? Aric explains a

  • 13:01 Forensics Expert Explains How to Lift Fingerprints | WIRED

    Forensics Expert Explains How to Lift Fingerprints | WIRED

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    Crime scene analyst Matthew Steiner shows WIRED staff writer Louise Matsakis how to lift fingerprints off a variety of different surfaces. Is it easier to lift fingerprints off of a golf ball or a doorknob? Watch and find out!Still havent subscribed to WI

  • 10:45 Why It's Almost Impossible to Do a Quintuple Cork in Tricking | WIRED

    Why It's Almost Impossible to Do a Quintuple Cork in Tricking | WIRED

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    Tricking is a sport with roots in martial arts and elements of tumbling and breakdancing mixed in. The quadruple cork is tricking's ultimate feat: an off-axis backflip combined with four rotations in the air on a separate axis. WIRED's Robbie Gonzalez spo

  • 08:25 Real-Life 'Invisibility Cloak' Explained | WIRED

    Real-Life 'Invisibility Cloak' Explained | WIRED

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    Videos of a new product being called an invisibility cloak recently surfaced online. WIRED's Louise Matsakis spoke with its inventor and a physicist who studies optics to find out how it works and whether cloaking and invisibility are truly feasible. Stil

  • 16:11 11 Levels of Origami: Easy to Complex | WIRED

    11 Levels of Origami: Easy to Complex | WIRED

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    Origami artist and physicist Robert J. Lang explains origami in 11 levels of difficulty. From a simple, traditional cicada to an extremely intricate one, watch how Robert J. Lang demonstrates and breaks down everything that goes into the art of origami.St

  • 05:28 Accent Expert Explains Similarities Between Different Accents | WIRED

    Accent Expert Explains Similarities Between Different Accents | WIRED

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    Many accents from different parts of the English-speaking world actually have a ton of similarities. Dialect coach Erik Singer talks about how this happens, and breaks down which mouth and tongue shapes correlate to the sounds we hear.Still havent subscri

  • 24:37 Laser Expert Explains One Concept in 5 Levels of Difficulty | WIRED

    Laser Expert Explains One Concept in 5 Levels of Difficulty | WIRED

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    Donna Strickland, PhD, winner of the 2018 Nobel Prize in Physics and a professor at the University of Waterloo, is challenged to explain lasers to 5 different people; a child, a teen, a college student, a grad student, and an expert.Still havent subscribe

  • 10:07 How This Blob Solves Mazes | WIRED

    How This Blob Solves Mazes | WIRED

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    Physarum polycephalum is a single-celled, brainless organism that can make decisions, and solve mazes. Anne Pringle, who is a mycologist at the University of Wisconsin-Madison, explains everything you need to know about what these slime molds are and how

  • 07:30 Neuroscientist Explains Why These Rats Drive Tiny Cars | WIRED

    Neuroscientist Explains Why These Rats Drive Tiny Cars | WIRED

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    There's the rat race, and then there are these lab rats who learned to drive tiny cars. WIRED's Matt Simon talked with neuroscientist Kelly Lambert about what her driving rodent experiment can teach us about neuroplasticity and learning new skills.Still h

  • 24:25 21 Levels of Skateboarding with Tony Hawk: Easy to Complex | WIRED

    21 Levels of Skateboarding with Tony Hawk: Easy to Complex | WIRED

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    Pro skater Tony Hawk explains ground and vert skateboarding in 21 levels of difficulty. From the olllie to the 900 and the heelflip 720, watch how Tony demonstrates and breaks down everything that goes into these tricks.Still havent subscribed to WIRED on

  • 13:00 Why Your Brain Thinks These Strawberries Are Red | Science Of Illusions | WIRED

    Why Your Brain Thinks These Strawberries Are Red | Science Of Illusions | WIRED

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    What is color constancy and how does it trick our brain into seeing colors that aren't really there? WIRED's Robbie Gonzalez and neuroscientist David Eagleman use ambiguous photographs and giant props to explain light, color and the science of illusions.W

  • 06:57 Accent Expert Breaks Down 4 Amazing Things About Languages | WIRED

    Accent Expert Breaks Down 4 Amazing Things About Languages | WIRED

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    Ever wonder why we pronounce words differently than we did 100 years ago? Dialect coach Erik Singer breaks down four of the most mind-blowing facts we know about human language. CORRECTION: The scan shown at 4:44 is an ultrasound image, not an MRI. We reg

  • 10:58 Why Its Almost Impossible to Make a 7-10 Split in Bowling | WIRED

    Why Its Almost Impossible to Make a 7-10 Split in Bowling | WIRED

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    The dreaded 7-10 split is by many accounts the toughest shot in bowling. WIRED's Robbie Gonzalez went to the U.S. Bowling Congress to meet a pro bowler, an engineer, and a robot named Earl, to find out why it's actually Almost Impossible. Read more of Rob

  • 05:56 Why These Geese Wear Tiny Backpacks and Fly in a Wind Tunnel | WIRED

    Why These Geese Wear Tiny Backpacks and Fly in a Wind Tunnel | WIRED

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    Astronomer Explains How SETI Searches for Aliens | WIRED

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    Researcher Explains Deepfake Videos | WIRED

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    How the Lunar Scene from Ad Astra Was Made | WIRED

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    Researcher Explains Why Cats May Like Their Owners as Much as Dogs | WIRED

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    How the Two-Hour Marathon Limit Was Broken | WIRED

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    Physicist Explains One Concept in 5 Levels of Difficulty | WIRED

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    How This Guy Made the World's Hottest Peppers | Obsessed | WIRED

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    Reporter Explains Brain-to-Brain Gaming in 3 Steps | Reporter's Notebook | WIRED

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    Scientist Explains Viral Fish Cannon Video | WIRED

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    How to Solve a Rubik's Cube | WIRED

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    What Conductors Are Really Doing | WIRED

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    Why It's Almost Impossible to Kick a 90 Yard Field Goal | WIRED

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    Former NASA Astronaut Explains How Sleep Is Different in Space | WIRED

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    How This Woman Started Diving in DIY Submarines | Obsessed | WIRED

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    Former NASA Astronaut Explains How Food Is Different in Space | WIRED

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    Scientist Explains How Moon Mining Would Work | WIRED

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    Scientist Explains Climate Change Using Maps | WIRED

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    Why Are Praying Mantises Wearing 3D Glasses? | WIRED

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    Bill Nye Explains the Science Behind Solar Sailing | WIRED

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    Doctor Explains How Sunscreen Affects Your Body | WIRED

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    How This Guy Turns Typewriters into Lifelike Creatures | Obsessed | WIRED

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    Why It's Almost Impossible to Hit a 160 MPH Tennis Serve | WIRED

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    16 Levels of Piano Composition: Easy to Complex | WIRED

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    Nuclear Historian Explains How a Chernobyl-Like Disaster Could Happen Again | WIRED

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    How This Guy Makes Amazing Mechanical Mirrors | Obsessed | WIRED

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    Machine Learning: Living in the Age of AI | A WIRED Film

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    Duke Professor Explains the Limitations of the Human Body | WIRED

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    Why Its Almost Impossible to Drive a Golf Ball 450 Yards (ft. Dustin Johnson) | WIRED

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    How to Make and Throw an Indoor Boomerang | WIRED

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    Meet the First College Students to Launch a Rocket Into Space | WIRED

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    Scientist Explains Why Dogs Can Smell Better Than Robots | WIRED

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    Why It's Almost Impossible to Solve a Rubik's Cube in Under 3 Seconds | WIRED

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    How Scientists Are Preparing Earth for an Incoming Asteroid | WIRED

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    Why Your Brain Thinks This Water Is Spiralling | WIRED

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    How This Guy Became a World Champion Boomerang Thrower | WIRED

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    Why It's Almost Impossible to Climb 15 Meters in 5 Secs. (ft. Alex Honnold) | WIRED

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    Former FBI Agent Explains How to Read Body Language | Tradecraft | WIRED

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    Inside This Epic 1,700+ Pinball Machine Collection | WIRED

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    NASA's Twin Space Experiment Explained | WIRED

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    The Black Hole Picture, Explained By Astrophysicists | WIRED

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    How This Guy Became a World Yo-Yo Champion | WIRED

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    How Does Music Affect Your Brain? | Tech Effects | WIRED

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    Why Shooting 95% From the Free-Throw Line Is Almost Impossible (ft. Steve Nash) | WIRED

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    How Animators Created the Spider-Verse | WIRED

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    How This Guy Built a Roller Coaster In His Backyard | WIRED

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  • 18:07 Why It's Almost Impossible to Ride a Bike 60 Kilometers in One Hour | WIRED

    Why It's Almost Impossible to Ride a Bike 60 Kilometers in One Hour | WIRED

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    How Photography Is Affecting Our Brains | Tech Effects | WIRED

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    Biobots: Snakebot, Batbot, and More Robots Inspired by Nature | WIRED

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    How Boston Dynamics' Robots Became Internet Favorites | WIRED

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    How to Create a Crossword Puzzle | WIRED

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    Forgery Experts Explain 5 Ways To Spot A Fake | WIRED

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    How a Harvard Professor Makes Transforming Toys & Designs | WIRED

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    How Gravity Built the World's Fastest Jet Suit | WIRED

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    How Marvel Built the VFX in Ant-Man and the Wasp | WIRED

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    Why It's Almost Impossible to Skip a Stone 89 Times | WIRED

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    Testing Gamer vs Non-Gamer Brains: How Do Video Games Affect You? | WIRED

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    Former CIA Chief Explains How Spies Use Disguises | WIRED

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    Bill Gates Breaks Down 6 Moments From His Life | WIRED

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    How Joseph's Machines Builds Crazy Contraptions | WIRED

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    Why It's Almost Impossible to Jump Higher Than 50 Inches | WIRED

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

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    How This Woman Makes Mind-Blowing Bubbles | WIRED

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  • 02:44 Where the Sounds From the World's Favorite Movies Are Born | WIRED

    Where the Sounds From the World's Favorite Movies Are Born | WIRED

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    Why It's Almost Impossible to Juggle 15 Balls | WIRED

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  • 09:26 How Black Panther's Visual Effects Were Made | WIRED

    How Black Panther's Visual Effects Were Made | WIRED

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    How These Star Wars Fans Are Building a Full-Size Millennium Falcon Cockpit | WIRED

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  • 11:33 Astronaut Chris Hadfield Debunks Space Myths | WIRED

    Astronaut Chris Hadfield Debunks Space Myths | WIRED

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  • 09:46 Why It's Almost Impossible to Throw a 110 MPH Fastball | WIRED

    Why It's Almost Impossible to Throw a 110 MPH Fastball | WIRED

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  • 21:18 Popular How to Fold Five Incredible Paper Airplanes | WIRED

    How to Fold Five Incredible Paper Airplanes | WIRED

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    How This Guy Folds and Flies World Record Paper Airplanes | WIRED

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    How This Woman Rides 20,000 Miles a Year on Her Bike | WIRED

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  • 07:04 Inside the Quest to Make Lab Grown Meat | WIRED

    Inside the Quest to Make Lab Grown Meat | WIRED

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    Why It's Almost Impossible to Do a Quintuple Jump | WIRED

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    The Hyperloop Speeds to a 240-MPH Record | WIRED

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    The Ultimate Paper Airplane | WIRED

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  • 15:42 Musician Explains One Concept in 5 Levels of Difficulty ft. Jacob Collier & Herbie Hancock | WIRED

    Musician Explains One Concept in 5 Levels of Difficulty ft. Jacob Collier & Herbie Hancock | WIRED

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  • 08:20 VFX Expert Breaks Down The History of Shrinking People in Movies | WIRED

    VFX Expert Breaks Down The History of Shrinking People in Movies | WIRED

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  • 07:26 Sesame Street Puppeteers Explain How They Control Their Puppets | WIRED

    Sesame Street Puppeteers Explain How They Control Their Puppets | WIRED

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  • 17:50 Blockchain Expert Explains One Concept in 5 Levels of Difficulty | WIRED

    Blockchain Expert Explains One Concept in 5 Levels of Difficulty | WIRED

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    Tesla Unveils New Electric Semi-Truck and Roadster | WIRED

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    The Races That Jump-Started the Self-Driving Car | WIRED

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  • 07:15 Tony Hawk Answers Skateboarding Questions From Twitter | Tech Support | WIRED

    Tony Hawk Answers Skateboarding Questions From Twitter | Tech Support | WIRED

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  • 01:56 How Technology Can Change Cities | WIRED

    How Technology Can Change Cities | WIRED

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    Tokyo’s Vertical Farms - The Future of Farming | WIRED

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    Turning Every Vehicle on the Road into a Wi-Fi Hotspot | WIRED

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    Augmented Reality - The Future of Building | WIRED

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    Meet the Guy Who Built His Own Space Suit | WIRED

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  • 01:38 Watch Us Build a 7,500 Piece Lego Millennium Falcon | WIRED

    Watch Us Build a 7,500 Piece Lego Millennium Falcon | WIRED

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    Is It Art? The Rise of Made-for-Instagram Exhibits | WIRED

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  • 06:01 The Strange Science of the Veggie Burger That Bleeds | WIRED

    The Strange Science of the Veggie Burger That Bleeds | WIRED

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    Man Dresses as a Car Seat in the Name of Self-Driving Science | WIRED

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  • 04:44 Epic Upgrades for Google Maps Street View | WIRED

    Epic Upgrades for Google Maps Street View | WIRED

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  • 08:02 Why Holding Your Breath For 24 Minutes Is Almost Impossible | WIRED

    Why Holding Your Breath For 24 Minutes Is Almost Impossible | WIRED

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    Living in a Shoebox Apartment? This Hi-Tech Furniture Could Help | WIRED

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  • 03:05 Rare Films of Nuclear Bomb Tests Reveal Their True Power | WIRED

    Rare Films of Nuclear Bomb Tests Reveal Their True Power | WIRED

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  • 01:59 Wanna See the Solar Eclipse? Here's What You Have to Know | WIRED

    Wanna See the Solar Eclipse? Here's What You Have to Know | WIRED

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  • 04:53 Magician Breaks Down How Illusions Work | WIRED

    Magician Breaks Down How Illusions Work | WIRED

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  • 01:36 Hyperloop's Next Successful Test Launch Brings It Closer Than Ever | WIRED

    Hyperloop's Next Successful Test Launch Brings It Closer Than Ever | WIRED

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  • 05:09 The Stunning Evolution of Color in Film | WIRED

    The Stunning Evolution of Color in Film | WIRED

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    Watch the Hyperloop Complete Its First Successful Test Ride | WIRED

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    The Science of How Nike Nearly Cracked the Two-Hour Marathon | WIRED

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  • 04:03 Inside the High-Tech Flag Football League That's Taking on the NFL | WIRED

    Inside the High-Tech Flag Football League That's Taking on the NFL | WIRED

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  • 12:00 Iconic Video Game Sounds Explained by Experts (1998-2017) | Part 2 | WIRED

    Iconic Video Game Sounds Explained by Experts (1998-2017) | Part 2 | WIRED

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  • 04:35 Meet the 89-Year Old Who Built a Train in His Backyard | WIRED

    Meet the 89-Year Old Who Built a Train in His Backyard | WIRED

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  • 12:09 Classic Video Sounds Explained by Experts (1972-1998) | Part 1 | WIRED

    Classic Video Sounds Explained by Experts (1972-1998) | Part 1 | WIRED

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  • 09:04 Stand-Up Comedy Using Only Siri, Alexa, Cortana and Google Home | OOO with Brent Rose | WIRED

    Stand-Up Comedy Using Only Siri, Alexa, Cortana and Google Home | OOO with Brent Rose | WIRED

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  • 08:12 The Cast of 'Sesame Street' Answer the Web's Most Searched Questions | WIRED

    The Cast of 'Sesame Street' Answer the Web's Most Searched Questions | WIRED

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    The 1955 Citroën DS Still Feels Ahead of Its Time

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  • 03:19 The Robot That's Roaming San Francisco's Streets to Deliver Food | WIRED

    The Robot That's Roaming San Francisco's Streets to Deliver Food | WIRED

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    Hungry? But you don't want to deal with a human? If you live in San Francisco's Mission district, you can get your food delivered by a robot named Marble. Still haven’t subscribed to WIRED on YouTube? ►► http://wrd.cm/15fP7B7 CONNECT WITH WIRED Web: http:

  • 03:15 How The Internet's Steve Lacy Makes Hits With His Phone | WIRED

    How The Internet's Steve Lacy Makes Hits With His Phone | WIRED

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  • 05:28 The Future of Your Job in the Age of AI | Robots & Us | WIRED

    The Future of Your Job in the Age of AI | Robots & Us | WIRED

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  • 16:53 Biologist Explains One Concept in 5 Levels of Difficulty - CRISPR | WIRED

    Biologist Explains One Concept in 5 Levels of Difficulty - CRISPR | WIRED

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    The Augmented Self | Robots & Us | WIRED

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  • 06:40 How Food-Bots Are Changing How We Eat | Robots & Us | WIRED

    How Food-Bots Are Changing How We Eat | Robots & Us | WIRED

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  • 08:52 Bill Nye Answers Science Questions From Twitter | Tech Support | WIRED

    Bill Nye Answers Science Questions From Twitter | Tech Support | WIRED

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  • 06:12 Why It's Almost Impossible to Run a Two-Hour Marathon | WIRED

    Why It's Almost Impossible to Run a Two-Hour Marathon | WIRED

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    One of the world's finest distance runners came so close to achieving the greatest feats of athleticism in history: a sub two-hour marathon. To do it, the Eliud Kipchoge should have maintained an average pace of at least 13.1 miles per hour. So, we timed


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