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  • 05:08 Gumball | Finding The Secret Society | The Society | Cartoon Network

    Gumball | Finding The Secret Society | The Society | Cartoon Network

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    Subscribe to The Amazing World of Gumball - http://bit.ly/2gjL91JFollow us for all the latest Gumball news! Website - http://www.theamazingworldofgumball.com/ Facebook - http://bit.ly/2foqTcOGumball, the amusing blue cat with a giant head and his best bud

  • 05:00 Richard Has A Go At Sarcasm  | Gumball | Cartoon Network

    Richard Has A Go At Sarcasm | Gumball | Cartoon Network

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    Click to watch more of The Amazing World of Gumball - https://bit.ly/35wZzDJFollow us for all the latest Gumball news! Website - http://www.theamazingworldofgumball.com/ Facebook - http://bit.ly/2foqTcOGumball, the amusing blue cat with a giant head and h

  • 11:07 Society and religion in the New England colonies

    Society and religion in the New England colonies

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    The New England colonies organized society around the Puritan religion and family farming. In this video, Kim explores New England settlers' reasons for immigrating to North America and their farming and fishing economy.

  • 04:01 Popular This Power Plant Burns Rubbish To Make Clean Energy | Digital Society with Vontobel

    This Power Plant Burns Rubbish To Make Clean Energy | Digital Society with Vontobel

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    In Copenhagen, Denmark lies Amager Bakke, a unique power plant. Not only is it the world's cleanest waste-to-energy facility, it's also home to a man-made mountain called CopenHill with its own ski slope, the world's tallest climbing wall and challenging

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  • 13:54 How Do You Design a Just Society? | Thought Experiment: The Original Position

    How Do You Design a Just Society? | Thought Experiment: The Original Position

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    Thought Experiment: John Rawls’ Original Position Support us on Patreon! https://patreon.com/pbsideachannel We got merch! http://bit.ly/1U8fS1B Tweet us! http://bit.ly/pbsideachanneltwitter Idea Channel Facebook! http://bit.ly/pbsideachannelfacebook Talk

  • 02:26 Imaginary Friend Society – How to Handle Shots

    Imaginary Friend Society – How to Handle Shots

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    No one likes shots. But sometimes thinking about them is worse than the actual shot itself. Just take it from an imaginary friend who’s got plenty of advice on the subject. For more, go to: https://www.imaginaryfriendsociety.com/ The Imaginary Frien

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  • 02:56 Summer Camp Island | Secret Society | Cartoon Network UK

    Summer Camp Island | Secret Society | Cartoon Network UK

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    Is Lucy part of the most secret society on the Summer Camp Island? Oscar and Hedgehog are about to find out.[ https://goo.gl/hRAVDf ] Subscribe to the Cartoon Network UK YouTube channel! [ http://www.cartoonnetwork.co.uk ] Visit the Cartoon Network UK web

  • 05:07 Top Secret | Gumball |The Society | Cartoon Network

    Top Secret | Gumball |The Society | Cartoon Network

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    Click to watch more of The Amazing World of Gumball - https://bit.ly/35wZzDJFollow us for all the latest Gumball news! Website - http://www.theamazingworldofgumball.com/ Facebook - http://bit.ly/2foqTcOGumball, the amusing blue cat with a giant head and h

  • 05:30 SpongeBob Joins the Empty Head Society  | The Nitwitting | SpongeBob

    SpongeBob Joins the Empty Head Society | The Nitwitting | SpongeBob

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    When Patrick tells SpongeBob he has to go to his meeting with the Empty Head Society, SpongeBob obviously wants to join too! But is the EHS all that it's cracked up to be? Watch the full scene from the episode "The Nitwitting"! Subscribe for More: https:/

  • 03:26 Strange and Powerful Secret Society | COLOSSAL MYSTERIES

    Strange and Powerful Secret Society | COLOSSAL MYSTERIES

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    The world is full of secret societies devoted to all kinds of different causes. But one in particular stands out: Skull & Bones. Some of Americas most influential business and political leaders are members of this super exclusive, super-secret club. So...

  • 07:58 Irony | Style | Grammar

    Irony | Style | Grammar

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    Irony, puns, and sarcasm are some of the toughest concepts in English. This video attempts to explain all three.

  • 01:27 DeepMoji

    DeepMoji

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    DeepMoji is a model that uses millions of tweets to learn about emotional concepts in text like sarcasm and irony. Learn more: https://www.media.mit.edu/projects/deepmoji/overview/ This content is licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution 4.0 Internat

  • 01:35 Carl Sagan unveils the Pale Blue Dot image

    Carl Sagan unveils the Pale Blue Dot image

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    30 years ago, NASA's Voyager 1 spacecraft took an image of our home planet from 6.4 billion kilometers away. Our co-founder Carl Sagan eloquently described what that image meant for humanity. ---- "Subscribe to our YouTube Channel: http://planet.ly/ytsubs

  • 04:00 Popular How To Make A Cloud In Your Mouth

    How To Make A Cloud In Your Mouth

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    Learn how to make a wispy cloud come out of your mouth, even when it’s not cold out. Like any awesome trick, physics is to thank for the mouth cloud. This simple and fun demonstration can be used to explain the cloud in a bottle experiment, and real cloud

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  • 14:47 19th Century Reforms: Crash Course US History #15

    19th Century Reforms: Crash Course US History #15

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    In which John Green teaches you about various reform movements in the 19th century United States. From Utopian societies to the Second Great Awakening to the Abolition movement, American society was undergoing great changes in the first half of the 19th c

  • 02:31 Survival Orientation Video: How To Drink Seawater

    Survival Orientation Video: How To Drink Seawater

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    It's camping season! And for the National Park Service's centennial this year, we made a few outdoor "orientation videos" with "The Junior Buglers" — a wilderness society we just totally made up and named after a decorative horn we found! The society and

  • 02:18 Survival Orientation Video: How To Make Fire From A Water Bottle

    Survival Orientation Video: How To Make Fire From A Water Bottle

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    It's camping season! And for the National Park Service's centennial this year, we made a few outdoor "orientation videos" with "The Junior Buglers" — a wilderness society we just totally made up and named after a decorative horn we found! The society and

  • 06:26 Mutual Rescue™: Eric & Peety – Short Film

    Mutual Rescue™: Eric & Peety – Short Film

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    We’re celebrating the love between people and their pets. Tell us your Mutual Rescue™ Story for a chance to have it made into a short film. Learn more at www.mutualrescue.org. Six years ago, Eric weighed 340 pounds and was diagnosed with high

  • 02:59 Survival Orientation Video: How To Be Bear Aware

    Survival Orientation Video: How To Be Bear Aware

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    It's camping season! And for the National Park Service's centennial this year, we made a few outdoor "orientation videos" with "The Junior Buglers" — a wilderness society we just totally made up and named after a decorative horn we found! The society and

  • 10:04 Bill Nye Explains the Science Behind Solar Sailing | WIRED

    Bill Nye Explains the Science Behind Solar Sailing | WIRED

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    On June 25, the Planetary Society's LightSail 2 hitched a ride into orbit on board SpaceX's Falcon Heavy rocket. The solar sail is propelled only by sunlight, and its technology holds promise for early detection of major events in space, as well as travel

  • 04:25 What Are Isotopes? | Chemistry Basics

    What Are Isotopes? | Chemistry Basics

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    Basics of Chemistry is a new miniseries from the American Chemical Society about the basics of Chemistry. In this episode we're talking isotopes, what are they and why are they important? Head on over to the official American Chemical Society youtube page

  • 05:38 Meet the Tentacles!  Every Member of Squidward's Family | SpongeBob

    Meet the Tentacles! Every Member of Squidward's Family | SpongeBob

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    Does Squidward's sarcasm run in the family? Join the Tentacles family reunion and meet every member of Squidward's family seen on SpongeBob! Subscribe for More: https://at.nick.com/SpongeBobSubscribe Watch More from SpongeBob SquarePants: https://at.nick.

  • 05:49 The Newfangled Four - All Star (Smash Mouth cover)

    The Newfangled Four - All Star (Smash Mouth cover)

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    The Newfangled Four newfangledfour.com facebook.com/thenewfangledfour All Star (Smash Mouth cover), arr. Patrick McAlexander Performed live at Orange County Convention Center; Orlando, FL 2018 Barbershop Harmony Society International Convention Like what

  • 03:48 SIKIDS.com And Will Ferrell At The U.S. Open

    SIKIDS.com And Will Ferrell At The U.S. Open

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    SIKIDS.com catches up with Will Ferrell, Jordin Sparks and Honor Society at Arthur Ashe Kids' Day.

  • 11:50 Banking 1

    Banking 1

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    Introduction to how banks make money and the value they (potentially) add to society. More free lessons at: http://www.khanacademy.org/video?v=E-HOz8T6tAo

  • 03:12 Snippet: New humpback whale fishing tactic—pretending to be a pond

    Snippet: New humpback whale fishing tactic—pretending to be a pond

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    Watch humpback whales trick thousands of fish into becoming dinner Learn more: https://www.sciencemag.org/news/2018/11/watch-humpback-whales-trick-thousands-fish-becoming-dinner Video credit: Marine Education & Research Society; Marine Mammal Research Lic

  • 01:44 The Secret Social Life of a Solitary Puma

    The Secret Social Life of a Solitary Puma

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    Hidden cameras caught these cats sharing prey with their neighbors, suggesting pumas have a more complex society than previously believed.

  • 05:44 Crank Files - Numberphile

    Crank Files - Numberphile

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    Keith Moore from the Royal Society shows Matt Parker (and Brady) a few math papers from the society archives. See more like this at Objectivity: http://bit.ly/Objectivity Support us on Patreon: http://www.patreon.com/numberphile Better look at papers: htt

  • 59:15 Synthetic Life: Could We? Should We?

    Synthetic Life: Could We? Should We?

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    Synthetic biology is a new, intriguing technology that could have a huge impact on humans and our environment. Adam Rutherford chairs a panel of experts, including Louise Horsfall, Paul Freemont, Susan Molyneux-Hodgson and Robert Edwards. This event was o

  • 05:57 Monopolist Optimizing Price (part 3)- Dead Weight Loss.avi

    Monopolist Optimizing Price (part 3)- Dead Weight Loss.avi

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    Showing that what is optimal for the monopolist is not optimal for society More free lessons at: http://www.khanacademy.org/video?v=daxL1ZLrUzg

  • 12:21 The World's Greatest Autograph Book

    The World's Greatest Autograph Book

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    Isaac Newton, Charles Darwin, Benjamin Franklin, The Queen and the man who invented the Internet... How much do you think this collection of signatures is worth? The Royal Society Charter Book must surely be the world's most impressive autograph collectio

  • 09:08 Secret Under the Bridge - Objectivity #199

    Secret Under the Bridge - Objectivity #199

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    We visit the world famous Clifton Suspension Bridge and explore the secret vaults... More links below ↓↓↓ Featuring Laura Hilton from Clifton Suspension Bridge speaking with Brady. Check out the bridge's website: https://www.cliftonbridge.o

  • 03:20 Watch Hairless Alien Puppy Grow Up to be the Cutest Dog | Little But Fierce

    Watch Hairless Alien Puppy Grow Up to be the Cutest Dog | Little But Fierce

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    Pippa was only 8 weeks old and weighed less than 2 pounds when she was dropped off at the Atlanta Humane Society with terrible mange. She was so scared and sick that she couldnt stop shaking. Watch her blossom with her foster mom and grow up to be a furry

  • 05:47 Seeing Your Breath:  Using Science to Choose the Proper Mask

    Seeing Your Breath: Using Science to Choose the Proper Mask

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    Working with Stanford scientists, we at the Exploratorium modified our Giant Mirror exhibit to allow us to observe small changes in the temperature of moving air. In this video, we use Giant Mirror to collect evidence about which face coverings work best

  • 10:02 Your Eyes May Look Like This One Day

    Your Eyes May Look Like This One Day

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    Take a close look at the eye in this picture. Why does it look like that? Is it a bionic eye? What are those lines? Almost 185,000 people a year have eyes that look like this, at least temporarily. Subscribe for more! ► https://goo.gl/pgcoq1 ◄ Stay update

  • 09:43 How Much Do Cloth Masks Protect You From Getting the Coronavirus?

    How Much Do Cloth Masks Protect You From Getting the Coronavirus?

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    The CDC is recommending that the general public wear cloth face masks to help decrease everyones chances of getting COVID-19. So how does the virus that causes COVID-19SARS-CoV-2spread? And how much could cloth face masks help stop it? We contacted some e

  • 04:39 Famous Science Spectacles - Periodic Table Of Videos

    Famous Science Spectacles - Periodic Table Of Videos

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    Joseph Priestley made a famous discovery - but it seems his eyesight wasn't too good? Royal Society (Romantic Chemistry Exhibition until June 14): http://royalsociety.org/events/2012/romantic-chemistry/ Professor Martyn Poliakoff is Foreign Secretary of t

  • 07:49 Palladium - Periodic Table Of Videos

    Palladium - Periodic Table Of Videos

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    For our updated Palladium video, we are mining the Royal Society archives for the story of its discovery - a tale of money, an asteroid and stolen samples? The discovery was made by William Hyde Wollaston. Royal Society (Romantic Chemistry Exhibition unti

  • 05:36 The Whales of New York

    The Whales of New York

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    *** We're now on Patreon! http://www.patreon.com/scifri - Please Help Support Our Video Productions! *** Within sight of the famous New York skyline, you might see something unexpected—whales. Vast schools of menhaden baitfish swirl in the New York Bight,

  • 11:57 The West Indies and the Southern colonies

    The West Indies and the Southern colonies

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    Plantation agriculture, and slave labor, united the British colonies in the West Indies and the southern part of the eastern seaboard. In this video, Kim discusses the sugar islands of the Caribbean and how their reliance on enslaved Africans for labor de

  • 32:00 Q&A - Synthetic Life: Could We? Should We?

    Q&A - Synthetic Life: Could We? Should We?

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    How far could we go with synthetic life? How far should we go? The panel of experts answer questions from the audience after their debate. Watch the full talk here: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=dcLG5fzP91I Synthetic biology is a new, intriguing technol

  • 14:33 The World's Biggest Batteries Aren't What You Think

    The World's Biggest Batteries Aren't What You Think

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    When you think of batteries, you might think of the thing your watch or car needs to run. But as we move toward producing and storing more renewable energy (like solar and wind) we have to start thinking bigger. In this episode of #Untold, a new #YouTubeL

  • 49:22 James Burke Connections, Ep. 1 "The Trigger Effect"

    James Burke Connections, Ep. 1 "The Trigger Effect"

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    "The Trigger Effect" details the world's present dependence on complex technological networks through a detailed narrative of New York City and the power blackout of 1965. Agricultural technology is traced to its origins in ancient Egypt and the invention

  • 13:13 The Great MOLASSES Flood of 1919

    The Great MOLASSES Flood of 1919

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    When you think molasses, you probably think slow, sticky, or totally boring, but in January, 1919, a tsunami wave of molasses destroyed Bostons North End, killing 21 people and leaving another 150 injured. In this episode of #Untold, a new #YouTubeLearnin

  • 15:42 UNTOLD | The Loneliest Whale

    UNTOLD | The Loneliest Whale

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    Out in the deep swims an elusive whale who has never been seen, but has been heard for years. The whale sings a song outside the normal whale-song frequency. Does that mean none of its fellow whales can understand it? In this episode of #Untold, a new #Yo

  • 10:58 Cloudy With A Chance Of Joy - Gavin Pretor-Pinney

    Cloudy With A Chance Of Joy - Gavin Pretor-Pinney

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    You don't need to plan an exotic trip to find creative inspiration. Just look up, says Gavin Pretor-Pinney, founder of the Cloud Appreciation Society. As he shares charming photos of nature's finest aerial architecture, Pretor-Pinney calls for us all to t

  • 12:28 What Conductors Are Really Doing | WIRED

    What Conductors Are Really Doing | WIRED

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    Conductor and organist Kent Tritle explains all that goes into being a professional conductor. From the concepts of legato, marcato, fortissimo, and more, Kent breaks down what exactly his hand movements mean when leading a group of musicians. Filmed at t

  • 04:51 Plastic: the new fantastic?

    Plastic: the new fantastic?

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    Plastic has become a malevolent symbol of our wasteful society. Its also one of the most successful materials ever invented: its cheap, durable, flexible, waterproof, versatile, lightweight, protective and hygienic. During the coronavirus pandemic, plasti

  • 13:53 What Meteors Reveal About Earths Hidden Past

    What Meteors Reveal About Earths Hidden Past

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    Our planet has been rocked by many-a-meteorite, and theyve left not just themselves as space debris but also craters and even molecules needed for life. Now weve started to travel to them, and they might be a key part of our forays into deep space. In thi

  • 03:50 Do Cities Need More Green Roofs? | NPR

    Do Cities Need More Green Roofs? | NPR

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    We took a field trip to the largest green roof in New York City. Then we imagined what the city could be like if all of its roof space was green. Note: A previous version of this video incorrectly thanked the Audubon Society. We meant to thank the NYC Aud

  • 11:59 The Terrifying (but Awesome) Science Behind Red Tides

    The Terrifying (but Awesome) Science Behind Red Tides

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    Maybe you already knew that deadly algal tides discolor ocean waves, deplete the water of oxygen, and release toxins that can kill a huge range of ocean critters, but did you know that the tiny organisms that cause red tides are also an extremely importan

  • 05:33 What caused the French Revolution? - Tom Mullaney

    What caused the French Revolution? - Tom Mullaney

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    View full lesson: http://ed.ted.com/lessons/what-caused-the-french-revolution-tom-mullaney What rights do people have, and where do they come from? Who gets to make decisions for others, and on what authority? And how can we organize society to meet peopl

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

    Buddha and Ashoka: Crash Course World History #6

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

  • 12:44 What Could An Explosion On the Sun Do Here On Earth?

    What Could An Explosion On the Sun Do Here On Earth?

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    The sun is essential plant food thats heating our planet, but we dont often think about the wild things happening on and below its surface. In this episode of #Untold, a new #YouTubeLearning series from ACS, PBS, and YouTube, we talk about those wild thin

  • 03:41 How To Hear Halfway Around The World

    How To Hear Halfway Around The World

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    Thanks to CTBTO for sponsoring this video: https://www.ctbto.orgSounds in the ocean can travel more than 10,000 miles - that's halfway around the world! Here's how.LEARN MORE**************To learn more about this topic, start your googling with these keyw

  • 06:08 Big Data - Tim Smith

    Big Data - Tim Smith

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    View full lesson: http://ed.ted.com/lessons/exploration-on-the-big-data-frontier-tim-smith There is a mind-boggling amount of data floating around our society. Physicists at CERN have been pondering how to store and share their ever more massive data for

  • 04:51 Popular Debunking The Myths Of OCD - Natascha M. Santos

    Debunking The Myths Of OCD - Natascha M. Santos

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    View full lesson: http://ed.ted.com/lessons/debunking-the-myths-of-ocd-natascha-m-santos There’s a common misconception that if you like to meticulously organize your things, keep your hands clean, or plan out your weekend to the last detail, you might be

  • 05:09 The myth of Icarus and Daedalus - Amy Adkins

    The myth of Icarus and Daedalus - Amy Adkins

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    View full lesson: ed.ted.com/lessons/the-myth-of-icarus-and-daedalus-amy-adkins In mythological ancient Greece, Icarus flew above Crete on wings made from wax and feathers, defying the laws of man and nature. To witnesses on the ground, he looked like a g

  • 12:52 Cellulose: From Trees to Explosives

    Cellulose: From Trees to Explosives

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    Cellulose is everywhere. In fact, it is the most abundant organic molecule on the Earth! Its in (but not limited to) our food, clothing, and plastics, and the cellulose compound nitrocellulose is used in explosives but also in things like x-rays, early si

  • 10:07 Should You Go To Mars? Ft Bill Nye

    Should You Go To Mars? Ft Bill Nye

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    Check out The Great Courses Plus: http://ow.ly/BHuT301cR6Z Would you take a trip to Mars knowing the risks? What if it were a one way trip? Should we colonize Mars? I took a trip over to the Planetary Society to meet with CEO and Science Guy, Bill Nye to

  • 04:03 Amy Krouse Rosenthal's Thought Bubble: Kindness

    Amy Krouse Rosenthal's Thought Bubble: Kindness

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    We teamed up with New York Times best-selling author Amy Krouse Rosenthal, to create this Thought Bubble on the power of kindness. Winner of Best Animation at the Peace On Earth Film Festival 2011. For more information on Amy, visit: http://www.whoisamy.c

  • 05:35 The Race to Invent the Periodic Table

    The Race to Invent the Periodic Table

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    This week on Reactions, we look at the chemistry of gallium, the science behind the holes in the periodic table, and the history of how the elements fell into place. Some chemists might see the periodic table of elements as a holy testament to the power o

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  • 03:54 A Cloud Weighs. How Much?

    A Cloud Weighs. How Much?

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    PBSDS Survey: https://www.pbsresearch.org/c/r/Reactions_YTvideoImagine 300 midsize cars floating above your head--thats how much your average fluffy cloud weighs. So why doesnt it come crashing down on you? This week on Reactions we explore the chemistry

  • 04:31 Why Do Clothes Shrink in the Wash?

    Why Do Clothes Shrink in the Wash?

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    Knowing the do’s and don’ts of washing your clothes can be difficult, but chemistry has got your back. With a quick lesson in textile chemistry, you’ll be able to understand the different fabrics that make up your clothes. This week on Reactions, we’ll ex

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  • 03:53 Gerrymandering: How drawing jagged lines can impact an election - Christina Greer

    Gerrymandering: How drawing jagged lines can impact an election - Christina Greer

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    View full lesson: http://ed.ted.com/lessons/gerrymandering-how-drawing-jagged-lines-can-impact-an-election-christina-greer District lines, and the groups of voters within them, may seem arbitrary, but a lot of thought (and political bickering) is put into

  • 06:11 Hexaflexaflakes

    Hexaflexaflakes

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    I hope you enjoy this fun holiday craft! This video is supported by viewers like you! Thanks especially to: Caleb Wright, Albert Wenger, CHLOE, Pat Devlin, Jack Heidrick, Al3x, David Perryman, Wish Society, Carol Ghiorsi Hart, Chris Pierik, Andrea Di Biag

  • 14:58 Challenger: The Real Story of an Avoidable Disaster

    Challenger: The Real Story of an Avoidable Disaster

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    On January 28, 1986, the Challenger Space Shuttle broke apart just 73 seconds into its flight. All seven crew members aboard were killed and space travel was changed forever. In this episode of #Untold, a new #YouTubeLearning series from ACS, PBS, and You

  • 04:18 Can We Make Ocean Water Drinkable -- and Should We?

    Can We Make Ocean Water Drinkable -- and Should We?

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    We need water to survive--and Earth is covered in it! Unfortunately, almost all of that water is salty. In this weeks episode of Reactions find out why getting freshwater from ocean water is a lot trickier than you might imagine. Subscribe! http://bit.ly/

  • 05:22 How To Adjust Your Car Mirrors To Eliminate Blind Spots SAE

    How To Adjust Your Car Mirrors To Eliminate Blind Spots SAE

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    Adjusting their vehicle's mirrors is something all drivers do as a normal routine. But according to the Society of Automotive Engineers (SAE) and Car and Driver Magazine, it's also something that most of us are probably doing wrong! I read an article publ

  • 11:22 What's The Most Realistic Artificial Gravity In Sci-Fi? | Space Time | PBS Digital Studios

    What's The Most Realistic Artificial Gravity In Sci-Fi? | Space Time | PBS Digital Studios

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    Want to ask some sort of crazy question about Space?: Tweet at us! @pbsspacetime Facebook: facebook.com/pbsspacetime Email us! pbsspacetime [at] gmail [dot] com Comment on Reddit: http://www.reddit.com/r/pbsspacetime 2001: A Space Odyssey introduced a lot

  • 02:06 The average person can recognize 5000 faces

    The average person can recognize 5000 faces

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    Scientists estimate that most people have a ‘facial vocabulary’ of 1,000 – 10,000 Read more: https://scim.ag/2RCIyS8 Credits editor/ narrator Meagan Cantwell supervising producer Sarah Crespi citation R. Jenkins, A.J. Dowsett, and A.M. Burton The Royal So

  • 05:16 How to Make Magnetic Slime

    How to Make Magnetic Slime

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    PBSDS Survey: https://www.pbsresearch.org/c/r/Reactions_YTvideoThis week on Reactions our writer, Sam, skips work to make some slime! Check it out to learn how you, too, can use easy-to-get items to make magnetic and colored slime.Subscribe! http://bit.ly

  • 49:18 Civilisation: A Personal View by Kenneth Clark, Ep. 08 "The Light of Experience"

    Civilisation: A Personal View by Kenneth Clark, Ep. 08 "The Light of Experience"

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    Clark tells of new worlds in space and in a drop of waterworlds that the telescope and microscope revealedand the new realism in the Dutch paintings of Rembrandt and other artists that took the observation of human character to a new stage of development

  • 12:31 Whatever Happened to the Ozone Hole? A Story of A/C, Atoms, and CFCs

    Whatever Happened to the Ozone Hole? A Story of A/C, Atoms, and CFCs

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    It might feel like theyre making us cooler, but refrigerators and air conditioning are actually making our world warmer. Yes, they use a huge amount of electricity, but many older cooling methods also released tons of molecules that are still hanging arou

  • 1:05:15 Genetics As Revolution - 2015 JBS Haldane Lecture With Alison Woollard

    Genetics As Revolution - 2015 JBS Haldane Lecture With Alison Woollard

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    The ideas of genetics are revolutionary. Today, technology is galvanising disruptive change in our understanding and ability to intervene with nature itself. What can we change, and should we? Professor Alison Woollard presents the 2015 Genetics Society J

  • 01:29 The secret to the dragonfly’s backwards flight

    The secret to the dragonfly’s backwards flight

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    Work could inform aerial robots of the future Learn more: https://scim.ag/2KGBAaQ Read the paper: http://rsif.royalsocietypublishing.org/content/15/143/20180102 CREDITS producer Sarah Crespi story by Victoria Davis citation A. T. Bode-Oke, et al. Journal

  • 01:09 Watch this caterpillar fling its beetle attacker through the air

    Watch this caterpillar fling its beetle attacker through the air

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    How Sea Lions Are Inspiring the Future of Underwater Transport

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    Forging Mona Lisa’s Smile: Creating Perfect Replicas of Classic Art

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    The Truth About Wasabi - Speaking of Chemistry

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    Cockroach-inspired robots crashes into walls on purpose

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    Why Are We Dumping Fertilizer on Forest Fires?

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    Meet the Intern Who Wrote Solitaire for Microsoft

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  • 09:16 Media Regulation: Crash Course Government And Politics #45

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    No Limbs Needed for This Mountaineer

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    Meet the Man Who Built His Own Power Plant

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    How This Action Sports Star Built His Own Prosthetic Leg

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    How Australians Are Trading Solar Energy With Their Neighbors

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    Why Build A Clock That Will Last 10,000 Years?

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