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  • 01:58 The Apothecary's Indispensible Tool

    The Apothecary's Indispensible Tool

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    This odd object was once the staple tool of an apothecary, but what do you think its role was? Rob explains.

  • 04:13 How does your body process medicine? - Céline Valéry

    How does your body process medicine? - Céline Valéry

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    View full lesson: http://ed.ted.com/lessons/how-does-your-body-process-medicine-celine-valery Have you ever wondered what happens to a painkiller, like ibuprofen, after you swallow it? Medicine that slides down your throat can help treat a headache, a sor

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  • 01:56 Monkeys can make stone tools too

    Monkeys can make stone tools too

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    Stone flakes made by capuchin monkeys look remarkably similar to stone tools made by early humans 2-3 million years ago, raising questions about the archaeological record. Read more in this news story: http://www.nature.com/news/monkey-tools-raise-questio

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  • 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

  • 03:14 Man makes a skateboard for his grandson using only bamboo and hand tools.

    Man makes a skateboard for his grandson using only bamboo and hand tools.

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    Watch a man make a homemade skateboard for his grandson using hand tools and bamboo. 生活百般滋味 人生需要笑对!

  • 02:35 A Coconut Octopus Uses Tools to Snatch a Crab

    A Coconut Octopus Uses Tools to Snatch a Crab

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    Coconut octopuses are among the most intelligent invertebrates around: They use tools, carry their shelters around for when they need them, and, fittingly, adopt an underwater walking motion that's very similar to humans. From: CRAZY MONSTER: Gulpers http

  • 04:06 Two Incas play the 'lonely shepherd ' piece in an amazing way with simple tools

    Two Incas play the 'lonely shepherd ' piece in an amazing way with simple tools

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    Two Incas play the 'lonely shepherd ' piece in an amazing way with simple tools this is so satisfying to watch

  • 02:01 A group of French individuals are building a 13th century Castle with period-appropriate tools and m

    A group of French individuals are building a 13th century Castle with period-appropriate tools and m

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    Watch as a group in France attempts to build an authentic 13th century castle using only the tools and materials they had at that time period.

  • 03:56 Does Cough Medicine Really Work?

    Does Cough Medicine Really Work?

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    Subscribe! http://bit.ly/ACSReactions What do you do when you have a bad cough? If you reach for the cherry-flavored cough medicine, you're not alone. Every year, people spend billions of dollars on this stuff. But does any of it actually work? In this ep

  • 03:39 Is It Unsafe To Take Expired Medicine?

    Is It Unsafe To Take Expired Medicine?

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    Old medicines gather in the back of your medicine cabinet over time, but is it safe to take the medicine past its expiration date? 9 Thinkgs You Didn’t Know Expire ►►►► http://dne.ws/Wz3Til DNews Live Tickets Here ►►►► http://dne.ws/1Fa2OCh Read More: Dru

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  • 03:04 Does Medicine Actually Expire?

    Does Medicine Actually Expire?

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    Expired medicine might seem like a weird concept because a lot of it doesnt get moldy or slimy like old food. Is it really a big concern?For FDA recommendations about safe disposal of medication, visit this link:https://www.fda.gov/drugs/resourcesforyou/c

  • Ancient & Medieval Medicine: Crash Course History of Science #9

    Ancient & Medieval Medicine: Crash Course History of Science #9

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    The history of medicine is about two of our big questions: one, what is life? What makes it so special, so fragile, so goopy!? Two, how do we know what we know? Why should I take my doctors advice? Why are deep-fried Oreos bad for me?It may be tempting to

  • 04:35 Precision Medicine And The Science Of Clumsy Robots

    Precision Medicine And The Science Of Clumsy Robots

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    Today on SciShow News we talk about a new research effort that is aiming to revolutionize how we treat disease. We also discuss the video where Boston Dynamics shows off it's new version of the Atlas robot by using a hockey stick to mess with it and push

  • 10:10 When We First Made Tools

    When We First Made Tools

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    Try CuriosityStream today: http://curiositystream.com/eons The tools made by our human ancestors may not seem like much when you compare them to the screen you’re looking at right now but their creation represents a pivotal moment in the origin of technol

  • 28:55 SciCafe: Mollusks To Medicine

    SciCafe: Mollusks To Medicine

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    When you think of venomous animals, you imagine snakes, spiders, or scorpions - not snails. In this SciCafe, Mandë Holford, a research associate at the Museum and Associate Professor of chemical biology at Hunter College, discusses her research on predato

  • 05:09 The artist who won a Nobel Prize... in medicine - Melanie E. Peffer

    The artist who won a Nobel Prize... in medicine - Melanie E. Peffer

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    Explore how a scientist and artist discovered how our brains transmit signals throughout the body, and laid the foundation for modern neuroscience.--In the 1860s, scientists believed they were on the verge of uncovering the brains biggest secret: how the

  • 04:38 Popular 'Kong: Skull Island' - The VFX Tools Behind the King of the Jungle | Design FX | WIRED

    'Kong: Skull Island' - The VFX Tools Behind the King of the Jungle | Design FX | WIRED

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    King Kong films hold a special distinction in the annals of cinema. Each new entry in the series often sets a new high-water mark for movie making special effects. Mike Seymour breaks down some the techniques used in 'Kong: Skull Island,' one of the most

  • 02:31 Tiny robots swim through the eye to deliver medicine

    Tiny robots swim through the eye to deliver medicine

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    Scientists use magnetic fields to drive spiral nanobots for drug delivery. Learn more: https://www.sciencemag.org/news/2018/11/watch-tiny-robots-swim-through-eyeball-deliver-medicine Read the paper: http://advances.sciencemag.org/content/4/11/eaat4388 Cre

  • 08:20 2015 Nobel Prize In Medicine - Periodic Table Of Videos

    2015 Nobel Prize In Medicine - Periodic Table Of Videos

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    The Nobel Prize in Physiology or Medicine 2015 goes to William Campbell & Satoshi Ōmura "for their discoveries concerning a novel therapy against infections caused by roundworm parasites" and Youyou Tu "for her discoveries concerning a novel therapy again

  • 02:59 Young Designer Creates Cooking Tools For The Blind | Made In Singapore | CNA Insider

    Young Designer Creates Cooking Tools For The Blind | Made In Singapore | CNA Insider

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    Troubled by the scars and scabs they received in the kitchen, Singaporean designer Kevin Chiam developed a set of cooking tools for the visually impaired in his final year at the National University of Singapore. The problem? Finding someone to help him b

  • 07:21 Bringing Medicine to the World’s Forgotten Corners | TED + GBS Present Torchbearers

    Bringing Medicine to the World’s Forgotten Corners | TED + GBS Present Torchbearers

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    One billion people in the world lack basic access to healthcare. Dr. Raj Panjabi has dedicated his work to bringing medical attention to the blind spots of the global health system. Through his organization, Last Mile Health, he targets underserved commun

  • 05:31 How 18th-Century Medicine Killed George Washington

    How 18th-Century Medicine Killed George Washington

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    What killed George Washington? Turns out it was probably related to the bloodletting and other 18th-century medicine his doctors applied. Support SciShow by becoming a patron on Patreon: https://www.patreon.com/scishow Dooblydoo thanks go to the following

  • 05:16 Popular How Does Cold Medicine Work?

    How Does Cold Medicine Work?

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    The cold medicine you picked up at the store involves some cool chemistry to treat your symptoms. We're conducting a survey of our viewers! If you have time, please give us feedback: https://www.surveymonkey.com/r/SciShowSurvey2017 Hosted by: Olivia Gordo

  • 59:36 Antimicrobial Resistance: The End of Modern Medicine? with Dame Sally Davies

    Antimicrobial Resistance: The End of Modern Medicine? with Dame Sally Davies

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    Antimicrobial resistance is the most complex and pressing challenge since climate change. Chief Medical Officer Dame Sally Davies discusses the problem. Apologies for the audio issues with this talk - we had a few technical difficulties while filming. Wat

  • 11:17 More Laplace Transform tools

    More Laplace Transform tools

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    A grab bag of things to know about the Laplace Transform. More free lessons at: http://www.khanacademy.org/video?v=_X_QwpXsdOs

  • 01:38 Cockatoos use tools to make music

    Cockatoos use tools to make music

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    Cockatoos are already known for their wicked dance moves, but a new study reveals that they can create their own beat as well. Researchers observing 18 palm cockatoos (Probosciger aterrimus) in northern Australia discovered that, when courting a mate, mal

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  • 08:02 Handmade Log Building with Primitive Tools

    Handmade Log Building with Primitive Tools

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    Part 2 of "Raising a Log Barn". A huge thanks to everyone at David Crockett Birthplace State Historic Park for letting us capture this project! Filmed at David Crockett Birthplace State Historic Park ➧ https://tnstateparks.com/parks/david-crockett-birthpl

  • 02:21 Monkeys Use Tools to Open Shells | BBC Earth

    Monkeys Use Tools to Open Shells | BBC Earth

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    Macaques have learnt to use the sea low tide and rocks to their advantage in order to have a seafood banquet. Subscribe: http://bit.ly/BBCEarthSub Watch more videos from BBC Earth: Planet Earth http://bit.ly/PlanetEarthPlaylist Blue Planet http://bit.ly/B

  • 01:12 Ketchup Was Once Used As Medicine

    Ketchup Was Once Used As Medicine

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    In 1834, Dr. John Cooke Bennet added tomatoes to ketchup. The addition of tomatoes meant it added a plethora of vitamins and antioxidants to the sauce. He had pill salesman, Archibald Miles, make his sauce into an extract of tomato pills. FOLLOW US! http:

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  • 11:12 Can This Chef Cook A 3-Course Meal With Hair Tools?  Tasty

    Can This Chef Cook A 3-Course Meal With Hair Tools? Tasty

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    Ive had nightmares about this momentFollow Alexis on Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/alexisdeboschnek/Subscribe to Tasty: https://bzfd.it/2ri82Z1TastyTastyThe official YouTube channel of all things Tasty, the world's largest food network. From recipe

  • 02:24 New system can sterilize medical tools using solar heat

    New system can sterilize medical tools using solar heat

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    A team of researchers from MIT and the Indian Institute of Technology has developed a device that could provide pressurized steam to run autoclaves without the need for electricity in off-grid areas such as the developing world. (Learn more: https://news.

  • 02:13 Why Shouldn't You Take Medicine With Grapefruit Juice?

    Why Shouldn't You Take Medicine With Grapefruit Juice?

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    If you’ve taken prescription medication, have you ever noticed the strange disclaimer, "don't take with grapefruit juice"? There is a very good reason for that! Hank Green explains in this episode of SciShow Quick Questions! Hosted by: Hank Green --------

  • 03:07 Are Ingestible Cameras The Future Of Medicine?

    Are Ingestible Cameras The Future Of Medicine?

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    Short Summary: The future of personalized pharmaceuticals is here. What if you had a pill that would remind you to take it? The Best Way To Swallow Pills ►►►► http://bit.ly/1A0rcyg Sign Up For The TestTube Newsletter Here ►►►► http://bit.ly/1myXbFG Read M

  • 06:47 How drug companies make you buy more medicine than you need

    How drug companies make you buy more medicine than you need

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    They make eye drops too big -- and make you pay for the waste. This is our first installment in our collaboration with ProPublica. Check out the full piece at https://www.propublica.org/article/drug-companies-make-eyedrops-too-big-and-you-pay-for-the-wast

  • 07:43 How Protein Shapes Help Us Make Medicine

    How Protein Shapes Help Us Make Medicine

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    Go to http://curiositystream.com/scishow to start streaming Breakthrough. Use the promo code scishow during the sign-up process to get your first 31 days free. Coming up with brand new drugs is all about pinpointing and exploiting a diseases weakness. A b

  • 05:39 Robotic Surgery Unlocks a New Era of Medicine

    Robotic Surgery Unlocks a New Era of Medicine

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    Like this video about robotic surgery and subscribe here: https://freeth.ink/youtube-subscribe-roboticsurgeryThis video was created in partnership with Intuitive.Up next- Bringing Virtual Reality to Brain Surgery: https://youtu.be/tZvY1a-0rpgHealthcare is

  • 03:14 These High Tech Tools Help Locate Secret Tunnels | Secrets of the Underground

    These High Tech Tools Help Locate Secret Tunnels | Secrets of the Underground

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    Secrets of the Underground | Tuesdays at 10/9c For years there have been rumors of a set of underground tunnels that connect to the Ohio River. Full Episodes Streaming FREE on Science Channel GO: https://www.sciencechannelgo.com/secrets-of-the-underground

  • 00:53 President Obama On The Benefits Of Precision Medicine

    President Obama On The Benefits Of Precision Medicine

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    President Barack Obama joins us today to discuss how technology is making personalized health care possible. Join the conversation on Twitter #ObamaOnDNews! Watch President Obama on Science Presents DNews every night this week at 9/8c on Science Channel.

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  • 01:15 This smart pill could crawl through your body to deliver its medicine

    This smart pill could crawl through your body to deliver its medicine

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    Purdue researchers have created a smart capsule as "an ideal targeted-delivery vehicle." It works in conjunction with a magnet. Read more: http://www.businessinsider.com/sai FACEBOOK: https://www.facebook.com/techinsider TWITTER: https://twitter.com/techi

  • 12:02 Trig Review for Physics - Common Math Tools - Physics 101, AP Physics 1 Review with Physics Girl

    Trig Review for Physics - Common Math Tools - Physics 101, AP Physics 1 Review with Physics Girl

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    Creator/Host/Writer: Dianna CowernProducer: Laura ChernikoffHead Writer: Jeff BrockResearcher/Writer: Sophia ChenEditor: Levi ButnerExercises in this video: Problem 1: 1. You are running north-east at a speed of 4 m/s. What component of your velocity is n

  • 03:51 How Does Aspirin Work?

    How Does Aspirin Work?

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    How does aspirin target your pain? The plants that aspirin were derived from have been used as medicine for about 6000 years, we finally discovered how it works in 1971, and Lauren explains it to you now. Learn more at HowStuffWorks.com: http://health.how

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  • 03:22 Why The Octopus Is The Weirdest Animal On Earth

    Why The Octopus Is The Weirdest Animal On Earth

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    Octopuses are unlike any other organism on Earth. They can regrow limbs, change colors whenever they want, and use tools to their advantage. But perhaps the most unique thing an octopus can do is edit its RNA. By editing their RNA, octopuses make temporar

  • 09:19 What is Natural Selection?

    What is Natural Selection?

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    Support Stated Clearly on Patreon: https://www.patreon.com/statedclearly Special thanks to Rosemary at Bird and Moon Comics for supplying a handful of the critter illustrations: http://www.birdandmoon.com/ Special thanks to AD for the music! http://www.pr

  • 03:03 Which Hits The Ground First?

    Which Hits The Ground First?

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    A basketball and a 5kg medicine ball are dropped simultaneously. Which one hits the ground first? It seems obvious that the heavy one should accelerate at a greater rate and therefore land first because the force pulling it down is greater. But this is fo

  • 02:27 Ramp walker pizza box delivers lunch

    Ramp walker pizza box delivers lunch

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    Ramp walking toys have actually been around for quite a while, the first ones were metal elephants produced back in the 1800's. In the 1930 and 40's the popular material was plastic made that was made into Disney and other popular characters. Recently the

  • 05:29 Fear Factory: Stanford neurobiologists use VR to explore our responses to stress, anxiety, and fear

    Fear Factory: Stanford neurobiologists use VR to explore our responses to stress, anxiety, and fear

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    Andrew Huberman of Stanford University School of Medicine is studying the neuroscience of how what we see influences our emotions, especially fear. Using virtual reality (VR), he exposes study participants to terrifying scenarios, including attack encount

  • 12:28 Banking 13: Open Market Operations

    Banking 13: Open Market Operations

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    Tools of the Central Bank to increase the money supply. More free lessons at: http://www.khanacademy.org/video?v=BTNarhvGX88

  • 03:01 Popular Tornadoes 101

    Tornadoes 101

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    Tornadoes, nearly three-quarters of which occur within the U.S., are unpredictable and can cause massive damage. New tools and data are helping scientists learn more about when they might form and what paths they might take.

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  • 22:14 Medieval wood riving – An attempt to recreate craftsmanship

    Medieval wood riving – An attempt to recreate craftsmanship

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    The movie describes an attempt to split a thirteen meter long log of pine tree. The riving was done by radial cuts. The original was founded in the spire of the church of Hardemo southwest of Örebro city in the province of Närke. The church was

  • 13:21 Does Kirchhoff's Law Hold? Disagreeing with a Master

    Does Kirchhoff's Law Hold? Disagreeing with a Master

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    This might be more of a lesson on proper probing than anything! There would be much less confusion if you have reliable results. It would be pretty awesome if you support ElectroBOOM at Patreon: http://patreon.com/electroboom My tee-shirts: http://teespri

  • 03:38 Signs of symbolic behavior emerged at the dawn of our species

    Signs of symbolic behavior emerged at the dawn of our species

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    Early humans made advanced stone tools, used colorful pigments, and formed long-distance networks as environment changed. Read more: http://scim.ag/2FCut4R CREDITS --------------------------------- producer/editor/script/animator Nguyên Khôi Nguyên superv

  • 10:04 What is THIS?! (Minecraft Edition)

    What is THIS?! (Minecraft Edition)

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    ► Subscribe and join TeamTDM! :: http://bit.ly/TxtGm8 ► Follow Me on Twitter :: http://www.twitter.com/dantdm ► Previous Video :: https://youtu.be/fXdqZmrLjTI what on earth is this?! ► Minecraft Mods featured in this video :: killagers - https://minecraft

  • 03:40 Simple and Compound machine classroom investigation // Homemade Science with Bruce Yeany

    Simple and Compound machine classroom investigation // Homemade Science with Bruce Yeany

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    A collection of hand tools and toys can be a valuable learning experience for students as they examine them to see how the simple machine parts can be combined to function together as a compound machine.

  • 06:37 Should your phone push you to take your pills?

    Should your phone push you to take your pills?

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    Theres a surprising problem in American health care that doesnt get discussed much: up to 50% of patients dont take long-term medication properly. Medicine non adherence costs money and lives every year, and recently, technology is swooping in to help. Mo

  • 03:49 What Is Homeopathy And Is It Real Science?

    What Is Homeopathy And Is It Real Science?

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    Homeopathy is practiced as a form of alternative medicine in many parts of the world. What does science have to say about it? Read More: Homeopathy is 'dangerous and wasteful,' bioethics expert argues http://www.sciencedaily.com/releases/2011/05/110509065

  • 02:22 The Doctor Treating Patients With Charlie Chaplin Movies

    The Doctor Treating Patients With Charlie Chaplin Movies

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    In India, Charlie Chaplin continues to be popular—so popular, in fact, that there’s a whole fan club dedicated to celebrating and impersonating the famous comic actor. The Charlie Circle Foundation is the brainchild of Ashok Sukhumal Aswani, a doctor prac

  • 03:08 How-to approach a dog you don't know

    How-to approach a dog you don't know

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    Brought to you by: www.awac.ca www.vancouvereast.vet This week's video is How-to approach a dog you do not know. It is loosely based on the guidelines put out by the American veterinary medicine association (AVMA). A particularly useful guide if you have

  • 01:14 Popular Why Are Lions Smarter Than Tigers?

    Why Are Lions Smarter Than Tigers?

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    Using tools doesn’t make humans, dolphins, and crows smart. Rather, it’s the stress and challenge of living with others—recognizing friend from foe, calculating who to deceive and who to befriend—that led these and other social creatures to evolve their c

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  • 01:27 Cheap paper centrifuge based on a toy

    Cheap paper centrifuge based on a toy

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    A whirligig is so simple, even a kindergartener can make one. But this ancient toy—a pinwheel-like device powered by two twisting strings—may soon transform medicine in the developing world, thanks to a new version that can separate blood as quickly as so

  • 05:59 Bad typography has ruined more than just the Oscars

    Bad typography has ruined more than just the Oscars

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    How bad design changed award shows, elections, and your medicine cabinet. The 2017 Oscars ended with a pretty shocking mix-up. Announcer Warren Beatty incorrectly named La La Land as the Best Picture winner, and the mistake wasn't revealed until crew memb

  • 04:32 Does Homeopathy Work?

    Does Homeopathy Work?

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    Subscribe! http://bit.ly/ACSReactions Homeopathy is a category of “alternative medicine” that emerged some 200 years ago. But does it work? While a growing number of people are turning to such remedies to treat a range of health conditions, the majority o

  • 00:32 Wearing Your Medication - Mr. Wizard's Oddity

    Wearing Your Medication - Mr. Wizard's Oddity

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    Can you wear your medicine? Find out in this segment from Mr. Wizard's World. Subscribe now for more science, nature and technology clips from the 1980's Nickelodeon show, Mr. Wizard's World, every week on #WizardWednesdays. http://bit.ly/mrwizard

  • 04:17 Everyone is Smart

    Everyone is Smart

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    I created this TEDEd Style presentation as an example for my students. I am working with them to create their own TEDEd Style presentations using animation tools for our TEDEd Project. I created this video using PowToon.

  • 04:12 Visiting the Dentist!

    Visiting the Dentist!

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    This video is brought to you by the Child and Teen Checkups program of the Minnesota Department of Health. If you live in Minnesota, learn more at https://www.GetCTC.com If you live somewhere else in the United States go to https://www.medicaid.gov/medica

  • 06:19 Who says women can't be doctors?! | Elizabeth Garrett Anderson | Maddie Moate

    Who says women can't be doctors?! | Elizabeth Garrett Anderson | Maddie Moate

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    To celebrate International Women's Day I decided to find out more about the UK's first female doctor, Elizabeth Garrett Anderson. Despite being a woman and facing a medical profession who believed she didn't belong there, Elizabeth became the first woman

  • 01:19 Live MRI scans of an opera singer in action

    Live MRI scans of an opera singer in action

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    Researchers atthe Freiburger Institute for Musician’s Medicine took real time MRI scans of a Grammy Award winning opera star, Michael Volle, while he was singing O Du, mein holder Abendstern. It is really amazing to watch.

  • 10:05 Primitive Technology: Grass thatch, Mud hut

    Primitive Technology: Grass thatch, Mud hut

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    Primitive Technology: Grass thatch, Mud hut - Creating a grass thatch, mud hut from scratch. Subscribe: http://bit.ly/subPT | Never miss a video! Enable ‘ALL’ Notifications! More videos, watch me make stone yam planters: https://youtube.com/wa

  • 10:21 How To See Germs Spread (Coronavirus)

    How To See Germs Spread (Coronavirus)

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    Click here the most up-to-date info on Coronavirus COVID-19- https://www.cdc.gov/coronavirus Thanks to Skillshare for their support. Take this opportunity to invest in yourself with Skillshare! The first 500 people get 2 months FREE- https://skl.sh/markro

  • 24:15 How I made steel toe crocs with wood

    How I made steel toe crocs with wood

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    I want steel toed crocs but I can't buy them. That's a crime against humanity that I want to rectify. In this video I show how I developed wooden tooling that with a bit of refinement could be used to mass produce steel toe crocs. These videos usually tak

  • 10:32 Primitive Technology: Hut burned down, built new one

    Primitive Technology: Hut burned down, built new one

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    Primitive Technology: My hut burned down, so I built new one - Building a hut from scratch. Get my new book: http://hyperurl.co/PrimitiveTechnology | Subscribe: http://bit.ly/subPT Me building the hut, before it burned down: https://youtube.com/watch?v=Ka

  • 04:53 Does Melatonin Do Anything?

    Does Melatonin Do Anything?

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    Check out Hot Mess here: https://www.youtube.com/HotMessPBS Atlantic article: https://www.theatlantic.com/health/archive/2017/04/food-as-medicine/521955/ Melatonin is a supplement that’s supposed to help you sleep. But does it work? What’s the chemistry o

  • 01:11 A 3D Printer For The Zombie Apocalypse: Brains, Veins And Hearts.

    A 3D Printer For The Zombie Apocalypse: Brains, Veins And Hearts.

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    3D printers can replicate hard, bony body parts for use as implants in personalized medicine. But printing soft, flexible, and functional biological materials that can support their own weight during the printing process has remained a challenge. Now, Car

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  • 09:09 Making a car for blind drivers - Dennis Hong

    Making a car for blind drivers - Dennis Hong

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    View full lesson: http://ed.ted.com/lessons/making-a-car-for-blind-drivers-dennis-hong Using robotics, laser rangefinders, GPS and smart feedback tools, Dennis Hong is building a car for drivers who are blind. It's not a "self-driving" car, he's careful t

  • 03:38 There’s a Microscopic Robot On This Penny That's Built to Go Inside You…

    There’s a Microscopic Robot On This Penny That's Built to Go Inside You…

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    Engineers are building tiny magnetic robots that could deliver medicine to an exact spot in your body. Here’s how they work. One Shot Could Provide All the Vaccines You'll Ever Need - https://youtu.be/qQ1VKYX4Vl0 Read More: Medicine of the Future: New Mic

  • 07:42 Tick Sticking, a Carpentry HACK (few people know)

    Tick Sticking, a Carpentry HACK (few people know)

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    Little demonstrates how to use a little know tool named a "tick stick or ticking stick". A tick stick is used to quickly and preciously copy and make a pattern of any odd or complicated shape where using a ruler would be challenging. The ticking stick was

  • 11:36 The Dawn Of Video Games: Crash Course Games #3

    The Dawn Of Video Games: Crash Course Games #3

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    Over the next few episodes we’re going to talk about the history of video games. Today, we’re going to start with the first re-programmable computers in the 1940’s. Now, these computers were serious tools. They were for codebreaking and calculating artill

  • 16:53 Turning Corn into Candy Corn | How to Make Everything

    Turning Corn into Candy Corn | How to Make Everything

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    Enter offer code "makeeverything" at Squarespace.com for 10% off your first purchase, or visit: http://squarespace.com/makeeverything I take a stab at trying to make one of my favorite processed fall candies: candy corn, starting from actual corn. Check o

  • 03:01 Inside The Humble Tape Measure

    Inside The Humble Tape Measure

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  • 14:30 The Most Powerful Supercomputer

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  • 06:30 Primitive Technology: Adobe wall (dry stacked)

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  • 05:23 You are more transparent than you think - Sajan Saini

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  • 04:34 How to Explore Otherwordly Oceans

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    The 2017 Nobel Prizes: Biological Clocks and Microscopy

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    How do drugs affect the brain? - Sara Garofalo

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  • 06:48 Primitive Technology: Stone Yam planters

    Primitive Technology: Stone Yam planters

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    What Are Stem Cells? - Craig A. Kohn

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  • 06:40 A third of Americans are considered prediabetic—but many may be better off without treatment

    A third of Americans are considered prediabetic—but many may be better off without treatment

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  • 00:52 Watch: Pig Lungs Filter Human Blood In A Lab

    Watch: Pig Lungs Filter Human Blood In A Lab

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    Human blood filters through pig lungs in the lab of Lars Burdorf at the University of Maryland School of Medicine. Thousands of people die every year for lack of transplantable human organs. Scientists are experimenting with a technique called CRISPR to r

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    Nails: Your Human Claws

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    Did you know you have useful tools right at your fingertips? That's right: your fingernails! Jessi and Squeaks learn why fingernails are so important! ---------- Love SciShow Kids and want to help support it? Become a patron on Patreon: https://www.patreo

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  • 12:43 Kids Build Primitive House with Swimming Pool

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    Kid Builds Amazing Mud House for DOGS

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  • 04:45 The Making of a Roman Silver Cup

    The Making of a Roman Silver Cup

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  • 10:00 Astrology isn’t science, but it’s more real than you think

    Astrology isn’t science, but it’s more real than you think

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  • 04:38 What Does Lyme Disease Do To Your Body?

    What Does Lyme Disease Do To Your Body?

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    Human Evolution: Crash Course Big History #6

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  • 02:53 This modified smartphone measures blood pressure directly from your finger

    This modified smartphone measures blood pressure directly from your finger

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  • 01:26 Popular Homemade Projector - Sick Science! #201

    Homemade Projector - Sick Science! #201

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  • 03:20 OREOS & CREAM DESSERT - Yummy No Bake Cookie Treat - Chocolate Ripple Cake

    OREOS & CREAM DESSERT - Yummy No Bake Cookie Treat - Chocolate Ripple Cake

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  • 07:43 Why graphene hasn’t taken over the world...yet

    Why graphene hasn’t taken over the world...yet

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  • 02:55 Repairing the cornea: let there be sight

    Repairing the cornea: let there be sight

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    The cornea is our window onto the world, letting light into our eyes, and it must be kept in perfect condition. Damage to the cornea and the vital ‘limbal’ cells that surround it can have severe consequences, and can ultimately lead to blindness. In this

  • 09:06 Cardboard ramp walkers..... easy build

    Cardboard ramp walkers..... easy build

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    Simple ramp walking animals can be very easy to make, requiring only cardboard and scissors and perhaps a little glue. While much easier than ones made from wood, they are also less durable and may be a bit more temperamental requiring adjustments are car

  • 02:50 This button-sized device could tell you if you’re getting too much sun

    This button-sized device could tell you if you’re getting too much sun

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  • 01:32 This Procedure Could Help Treat Severe Asthma

    This Procedure Could Help Treat Severe Asthma

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  • 01:55 Solar Oven S'more - Sick Science! #094

    Solar Oven S'more - Sick Science! #094

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  • 06:23 How can we solve the antibiotic resistance crisis? - Gerry Wright

    How can we solve the antibiotic resistance crisis? - Gerry Wright

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    Take a closer look at the challenges of antibiotic resistance and what we can do to prevent losing this vital medicine. --Antibiotics: behind the scenes, they enable much of modern medicine. We use them to cure infectious diseases, and to safely facilitat

  • 03:41 Can You Take Expired Medications?

    Can You Take Expired Medications?

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  • 02:14 It May Be Physically Impossible To Visit Another Universe, According To A Physicist

    It May Be Physically Impossible To Visit Another Universe, According To A Physicist

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  • 01:39 What Are Ingrown Hairs — And How To Treat Them

    What Are Ingrown Hairs — And How To Treat Them

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  • 01:38 Get An Instant Treehouse With These ‘Treepods’

    Get An Instant Treehouse With These ‘Treepods’

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  • 01:58 Why Time Moves Forward — And What It Means

    Why Time Moves Forward — And What It Means

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    A lot of people wonder why time moves towards the future rather than towards the past. It's because we live in the aftermath of a very influential event—the Big Bang—and that expanding process is nowhere near complete. Science Insider tells you all you ne

  • 02:07 What's Actually Inside A Whale's Blowhole?

    What's Actually Inside A Whale's Blowhole?

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    If you ever watch a whale breathe, you'll see plumes of mist shoot out of a hole in its head. Contrary to popular belief, that's not seawater. It's actually a mix of hot air and bacteria. Science Insider tells you all you need to know about science: space

  • 02:07 Why You Shouldn't Pee On A Jellyfish Sting

    Why You Shouldn't Pee On A Jellyfish Sting

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    Most of the information on how to treat jellyfish stings, including some urban myths, might actually cause you more pain than relief. Rather than peeing on the wound, try pouring vinegar over it instead. Science Insider tells you all you need to know abou

  • 01:54 The Difference Between Advil, Tylenol, Aleve, and Aspirin

    The Difference Between Advil, Tylenol, Aleve, and Aspirin

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    We use over-the-counter drugs daily to easy bodily pain. These medications include Advil, Tylenol, Aleve, and Aspirin. But are we actually using the right medication for our discomforts? Science Insider tells you all you need to know about science: space,

  • 12:42 5 of the World's Most Daring Rock Climbers

    5 of the World's Most Daring Rock Climbers

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    Were headed all the way up with the worlds top climbers. Among thema teenager who was labeled the best female rock climber in the world by the time she was 14, Chinese spider climbers who climb without ropes or tools of any kind and a blind man who reache

  • 03:09 Crutch Doesn't Require Any Hands To Use

    Crutch Doesn't Require Any Hands To Use

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    The iWALK 2.0 removes the strain on the underarms and transfers it to your legs, leaving your hands and arms free for daily tasks. You can easily, stand, walk, or navigate up the stairs—without exerting pressure on your lower leg. No tools are required to

  • 11:26 Does Sugar Make Kids Hyper?! Debunked

    Does Sugar Make Kids Hyper?! Debunked

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    Parents have been telling us for years, that if you give a child candy and cola it will hype them up and make them go nuts! But, how much truth is there to the 'sugar rush', and how much of it is just in the parents perception? Thanks for watching and sup

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    Watch NASA's Perseverance Rover Launch to Mars!

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    Was there once life on Mars? Our Perseverance rover aims to find out! On Thursday, July 30, watch our new robotic astrobiologist launch on a seven-month journey to the Red Planet. Launching on board will be the most sophisticated set of tools ever sent to

  • 03:42 Super Bacteria Has a New Enemy: The CRISPR Pill

    Super Bacteria Has a New Enemy: The CRISPR Pill

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    Scientists are developing a CRISPR pill that can fight superbugs. Can we modify bacteria's DNA to make it self destruct? What is CRISPR & How Could It Edit Your DNA? - https://youtu.be/SyAo51IYgUw Sign Up For The Seeker Newsletter Here - http://bit.ly/1UO

  • 02:09 Medical scanner takes 3D images of the whole body at once

    Medical scanner takes 3D images of the whole body at once

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    Researchers at the University of California, Davis have created the first scanner to capture an image of the entire human body at once. EXPLORER is an incredibly efficient PET/CT scanner and that's medical imaging could be used to detect cancer and differ

  • 03:18 Foods That Get Healthier When You Eat Them Together

    Foods That Get Healthier When You Eat Them Together

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    Many greens and vegetables are packed with nutrition, but you might not be getting as many benefits out of them as you'd like. Want a nutrient boost? By combining different foods, certain vitamins work together to bring out the most nutrition in your meal

  • 05:20 Can Mixing Cleaning Chemicals Kill You?

    Can Mixing Cleaning Chemicals Kill You?

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  • 11:27 Can a Car Window Break Your Finger?

    Can a Car Window Break Your Finger?

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    Not sure how much real science happened, but with pretty high confidence I suggest not crushing your finger in a car window.Support us on Patreon: https://www.patreon.com/williamosmanWebsite: http://www.williamosman.com/InstaHam: https://www.instagram.com

  • 05:03 Pandas — The Complicated Truth Behind These Cute Animals

    Pandas — The Complicated Truth Behind These Cute Animals

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    Pandas are very cute, but they don't do much for their ecosystem—and they take away a lot of resources from other endangered plants and animals that support multitudes. Here's why these adorable creatures are possibly the most overrated animals in the wor

  • 02:18 What Happens To Your Body After You Die

    What Happens To Your Body After You Die

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    Just minutes after you die, enzymes in your body that helped to keep you alive switch gears and start the decomposition process. The hotter it is, the faster your enzymes can digest you from the inside out. Science Insider tells you all you need to know a

  • 03:26 This Special Training Keeps Astronauts From Vomiting Everywhere

    This Special Training Keeps Astronauts From Vomiting Everywhere

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  • 01:42 How Long It Takes To Burn Off Calories You Eat

    How Long It Takes To Burn Off Calories You Eat

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    Calories add up real fast, and burning them off takes a lot longer than eating them. For example, it would take 13 minutes of running to burn off a 12 oz soda or an hour of walking to burn off a cinnamon roll. Science Insider tells you all you need to kno

  • 02:08 Why Do Athletes Wear Black Marks Under Their Eyes?

    Why Do Athletes Wear Black Marks Under Their Eyes?

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  • 01:53 Here's What Will Happen When The Sun Dies

    Here's What Will Happen When The Sun Dies

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    The Sun is currently in the middle of the stable section of its life cycle, and will stay there for the next 4.5 to 5.5 billion years. As it gets closer to depleting its hydrogen supply, there will be severe consequences for life on Earth. Science Insider

  • 01:47 There's A Dangerous Place In Space Where NASA Shuts Down Its Satellites

    There's A Dangerous Place In Space Where NASA Shuts Down Its Satellites

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    A radiation belt called the South Atlantic Anomaly sits above South America. It's full of harmful, high-energy particles that have actually destroyed satellites. Science Insider tells you all you need to know about science: space, medicine, biotech, physi

  • 02:39 Popular Why Don't Sled Dogs Ever Get Tired?

    Why Don't Sled Dogs Ever Get Tired?

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  • 07:01 5 Amazing Stars We’ve Discovered In Space

    5 Amazing Stars We’ve Discovered In Space

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    This episode is brought to you by Squarespace: http://www.squarespace.com/physicsgirl 5 of the most unusual, amazing and interesting stars we've discovered in our universe. Red giants, supernovas, hybrid stars, orbiting binaries, large stars, old stars, s

  • 01:19 Health Benefits Of Eating Banana Peels

    Health Benefits Of Eating Banana Peels

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    Most banana peels end up in the trash, but nutrients found in the skin can help your stomach. Particularly when they're cooked, the peels can aid in digestion and immune system function. Fry, bake, or boil the peel for a nutritious, yummy treat. Science I

  • 03:48 Biologists! Scientists Who Love Life!

    Biologists! Scientists Who Love Life!

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  • 03:59 Here's What It Actually Takes to Be a NASA Astronaut

    Here's What It Actually Takes to Be a NASA Astronaut

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    NASA recently announced its new class of astronauts and their skill set is pretty diverse. So, what exactly does it take to be a NASA astronaut? Yes, Apollo Flew Through the Van Allen Belts Going to the Moon - https://youtu.be/bLtgS2_qxJk NASA Is Going to

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  • 06:57 The 1850s map that changed how we fight outbreaks

    The 1850s map that changed how we fight outbreaks

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  • 01:40 What Would Happen If You Could Fall Through Earth

    What Would Happen If You Could Fall Through Earth

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    If you wanted to fall through Earth, you would need to build an airless vacuum straight through the core. Gravity would take you from one side of the planet to the next within forty minutes. Just be sure to wear a space suit so the intense heat doesn't bu

  • 01:39 Easiest Way To Get Rid Of Bad Breath, According To A Dentist

    Easiest Way To Get Rid Of Bad Breath, According To A Dentist

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    The easiest way to get rid of bad breath is to brush your teeth at night and to drink lots of water, according to an American Dentist Association spokesperson. When your mouth is dry, food and bacteria tend to sit in your mouth for a much longer time. Thi

  • 01:39 What Happens When You Leave In A Splinter For Too Long?

    What Happens When You Leave In A Splinter For Too Long?

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    If you leave a splinter in for too long, you risk a dangerous infection. Splinters are made of natural materials so there's a greater chance that they'll carry bacteria or fungi. Remove the splinter as soon as possible and then disinfect the wound to prev

  • 01:40 How Animals Can Change Colors

    How Animals Can Change Colors

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    Iridescence is a natural phenomenon that changes the color of objects based on the angle we view them. Many animals including peacocks, butterflies, and snakes, have special structures that cast this shiny glow. It happens when color wavelengths interfere

  • 04:51 Popular The accident that changed the world - Allison Ramsey and Mary Staicu

    The accident that changed the world - Allison Ramsey and Mary Staicu

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  • 01:05 Cheeses You Can Still Eat If You’re Lactose Intolerant

    Cheeses You Can Still Eat If You’re Lactose Intolerant

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    Minecraft Xbox - Dragon Run

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  • 02:18 What The Olympics Would Be Like On The Moon

    What The Olympics Would Be Like On The Moon

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    What Humans Living On Mars Will Look Like In 1,000 Years

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    Why Tesla is building city-sized batteries

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    How glow-in-the-dark jellyfish inspired a scientific revolution

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    Every Map Of Louisiana Is A Lie

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    Where Did T Rex's Tiny Arms Come From?

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    Exploring the Water Column

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    The Cinematographer: Crash Course Film Production #8

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  • 01:38 How Domestic Cats Spread Around The World

    How Domestic Cats Spread Around The World

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  • 02:01 What Different Dog Barks Mean

    What Different Dog Barks Mean

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  • 01:46 What Would Happen If Earth Warmed By Just 2 Degrees?

    What Would Happen If Earth Warmed By Just 2 Degrees?

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    Yogurt Is More Unhealthy Than You Think

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    You Can Eat Too Much Protein — Here's What Happens When You Do

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  • 01:55 Jupiter's Invisible Planetary Rings, Explained

    Jupiter's Invisible Planetary Rings, Explained

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  • 01:36 What's The Liquid On Top Of Your Yogurt — And Should You Eat It?

    What's The Liquid On Top Of Your Yogurt — And Should You Eat It?

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    Eating Hot Peppers Will Extend Your Life

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    Why You Shouldn't Eat Before Surgery, According To An Anesthesiologist

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  • 01:49 What Was Albert Einstein’s Happiest Thought?

    What Was Albert Einstein’s Happiest Thought?

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  • 01:10 Sesame Street: Not Just One Way to Make Art

    Sesame Street: Not Just One Way to Make Art

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  • 01:18 Why The Big Bang Isn't The Beginning Of The Universe — It's The End Of Something Else

    Why The Big Bang Isn't The Beginning Of The Universe — It's The End Of Something Else

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    The Big Bang is not the beginning of the universe, it is the end of our theoretical understanding of space and time. Prior to the Big Bang, we just don't know what existed. It's possible that our universe came from another universe entirely. Science Insid

  • 04:22 How Do We Know When It Will Rain?

    How Do We Know When It Will Rain?

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    Have you ever seen a weather report on TV and wondered how they can tell when it's going to rain days before it happens? Well, there are special scientists called meteorologists who use all kinds of cool equipment to predict the weather! ---------- Love S

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  • 01:23 What Would Happen If You Died In Space?

    What Would Happen If You Died In Space?

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    As humanity travels further into space, the question of how to deal with a dead body needs to be explored. NASA designed the "Body Back" method for this very reason. It involves freezing the body and turning it into a fine powder, that is then attached to

  • 02:05 Why The Sun Isn't Actually Yellow

    Why The Sun Isn't Actually Yellow

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    On Earth, the sun appears to be yellow. But sunlight isn't actually made of just one color. It contains a multitude of colors that can be found on the color spectrum. Due to Earth's atmosphere, we only see some color photons. It's the same reason why the

  • 01:46 Why Your Clothes Shrink When You Wash Or Dry Them

    Why Your Clothes Shrink When You Wash Or Dry Them

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    If you have ever done laundry in your lifetime, you may have noticed that your clothes sometimes shrunk after washing and/or drying, but you might not know why this happens. Check out the factors that cause clothes shrinkage, whether it be fabric type or

  • 01:48 Why You May Have More Acne Than Other People

    Why You May Have More Acne Than Other People

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    Ever wonder why some people have never had any trouble with acne, while others have been plagued with it? It's because of the bacteria that resides within our skin. Some people have bacteria strains that protect against acne while others have strains that

  • 01:48 Difference Between Artificial Sweeteners And Real Sugar

    Difference Between Artificial Sweeteners And Real Sugar

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    Do you ever wonder if there's a difference between sugar and all those artificial sweeteners you put in your coffee? The main difference is sweetness. Artificial sweeteners like Splenda and Sweet'N Low are actually hundreds of times sweeter than sugar. Sc

  • 10:45 How Deterrence Is Changing, Explained By Defense Secretary Ash Carter

    How Deterrence Is Changing, Explained By Defense Secretary Ash Carter

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  • 01:21 What's Really Inside Fake Crab Meat

    What's Really Inside Fake Crab Meat

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    From California rolls to crab cakes, imitation crab meat pops up everywhere. But what is imitation crab meat made of? It contains no actual crab but a fish paste called "surimi." Science Insider tells you all you need to know about science: space, medicin

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    The hidden science of Harry Potter

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  • 01:41 What We Know About The Legendary Tasmanian Tiger

    What We Know About The Legendary Tasmanian Tiger

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    The Thylacine, aka Tasmanian tiger, was thought to go extinct in 1936. However, a research team at Australia's James Cook University hopes this is not the case. They are installing cameras across areas where supposed sightings have occurred. If captured,

  • 01:39 5 Uses For Baking Soda Besides Cooking

    5 Uses For Baking Soda Besides Cooking

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    Baking soda can be so much more than an ingredient for cooking or baking. You can use it as a deodorant, cleaning paste for rusty metal, heartburn relief, and more. ------------------------------------------------------ #BakingSoda #Cooking #ScienceInside

  • 09:34 Supersonic Rubberband Whip - Easy Fun DIY

    Supersonic Rubberband Whip - Easy Fun DIY

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  • 05:27 Is Inheritance Really All In Our Genes?

    Is Inheritance Really All In Our Genes?

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  • 00:57 Wasabi At Restaurants Isn't What You Think — Here's What's Really Inside

    Wasabi At Restaurants Isn't What You Think — Here's What's Really Inside

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    The wasabi served alongside your sushi is most likely horseradish and mustard. Real wasabi is hard to come by because the plant is hard to cultivate. You can tell the difference between the two by looking at the texture. Real wasabi looks like a freshly g

  • 03:03 Why Do Doctors Use Stethoscopes?

    Why Do Doctors Use Stethoscopes?

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    Since the invention of the stethoscope in 1816 by French Physician René Laennec, the role of the stethoscope has evolved dramatically. Doctors now use a myriad of technologies such as CT scans and ultrasounds to diagnose heart and lung conditions.

  • 03:03 Popular 5 Facts About Dinosaurs 'Jurassic World: Fallen Kingdom' Ignored

    5 Facts About Dinosaurs 'Jurassic World: Fallen Kingdom' Ignored

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  • 01:39 Why American Honeybees Are Turning Into Zombies

    Why American Honeybees Are Turning Into Zombies

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    Scientists have discovered why American honeybees are turning into zombies. These bees are being infected by the phorid fly with some dangerous consequences. ----------------------------------------------------- #Honeybees #ZombieFly #ScienceInsider Scien

  • 01:25 A 'Dog Year' Is Not Equal To 7 Human Years — It's Much More

    A 'Dog Year' Is Not Equal To 7 Human Years — It's Much More

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    Dogs age faster in their first year of life than humans do. By one year, most dogs are able to procreate. But that's obviously not the case with humans; they are certainly not able to give birth by 7 years old. Priceonomics gathered data to help us unders

  • 01:37 Science Of Why Golf Balls Have Dimples

    Science Of Why Golf Balls Have Dimples

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

  • 02:18 Why These Parasites Eat Their Hosts To Survive

    Why These Parasites Eat Their Hosts To Survive

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    Parasitoids are a type of parasite that kill their host animals to survive. While it seems gruesome, this type of behavior is important for keeping our ecosystem balanced. If parasitoids didn't destroy their hosts, the population of invasive species like

  • 09:29 Agnus Dei (Adagio for Strings, Op  11) - Samuel Barber (all parts sung by Matthew Curtis)

    Agnus Dei (Adagio for Strings, Op 11) - Samuel Barber (all parts sung by Matthew Curtis)

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  • 01:51 How Captain America's Shield Follows Basic Physics

    How Captain America's Shield Follows Basic Physics

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    Captain America's shield follows the law of elastic collisions. This means that whenever the shield hits an object, its speed does not change. It would be impossible for the average human to control a shield like this, but because Captain America is a sup

  • 01:43 Frogs Have A Secret Weapon To Catch Their Prey

    Frogs Have A Secret Weapon To Catch Their Prey

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    Frogs are lightning fast at catching their prey, and it's all thanks to their secret weapon: spit. Normally a frog's spit is thick like honey, but as the frog attacks, the spit liquefies. That liquid substance wraps around the prey then solidifies again,

  • 04:53 'Losing a parent made me more resilient' | BBC Ideas

    'Losing a parent made me more resilient' | BBC Ideas

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    Losing a parent in childhood is incredibly tough. But can the experience help set someone up for success later in life - helping to make them more resilient? Why do so many people who lose a parent when young go on to become leaders?Made by Silverfish Fil


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