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

    A History of British India | The Great Courses

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

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

    A History of British India | The Great Courses

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

    How India runs the world's biggest election

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

  • 09:36 How 156 years of British rule shaped Hong Kong

    How 156 years of British rule shaped Hong Kong

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    Hong Kong has British DNA. Follow Johnny on Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/johnnywharris/ Follow the Vox Borders watch page: https://www.facebook.com/VoxBorders/ Sign up for the Vox Borders newsletter: https://www.vox.com/borders-email Subscribe to

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

    The Best Stargazing is at the Northern Tip of India

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

  • 09:33 The British Museum is full of stolen artifacts

    The British Museum is full of stolen artifacts

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    And so far, it isn't giving them back.Subscribe to our channel! http://goo.gl/0bsAjOSome of the worlds greatest cultural and historical treasures are housed in Londons British Museum, and a significant number of them were taken during Britains centuries-l

  • 01:32 The Great Wall of India

    The Great Wall of India

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

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

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

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

  • 04:00 British Airways - Building the 787-9 Dreamliner

    British Airways - Building the 787-9 Dreamliner

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    British Airways has welcomed the arrival of our first 787-9 Dreamliner. This time-lapse video takes you behind the scenes at Boeing's factory where the aircraft is expertly built. The 787-9 is 20ft longer than its 787-8 predecessor, making room for our ne

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

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

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

  • 04:13 How To Become The British Monarch

    How To Become The British Monarch

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    Royal baby on the way: thinking about how to be King or Queen. Congratulations to Prince William and Princess Kate: It's a boy! Help support videos like this: http://www.cgpgrey.com/subbable T-Shirts: http://dftba.com/product/10m/CGP-Grey-Logo-Shirt Blog

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

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

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

  • 13:19 Journey Through India With These Six Stories

    Journey Through India With These Six Stories

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

  • 08:15 How British suffragettes fought for the vote

    How British suffragettes fought for the vote

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    In 1913, suffragette Emily Davison disrupted a major horse race in the name of winning British women the vote. Become a Video Lab member! http://bit.ly/video-labBritish suffragettes in the early 20th century used spectacle and drama to draw attention to t

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

    Why Do India And China Have So Many People?

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

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

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

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

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

    The hard life of India's illegal sewer cleaners

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

  • 03:13 The Little-Known Patterns on British Streets

    The Little-Known Patterns on British Streets

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    I thought about saying "secret patterns" or "mysterious patterns" in the title, but that'd be a lie: they're just mostly unknown! So let's talk about tactile paving, about design, about accessibility, and about those bumpy bits that you stand on when you'

  • 07:45 The British Empire vs The Roman Empire - Historical Comparison

    The British Empire vs The Roman Empire - Historical Comparison

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    Today we’ll look at two mighty historical empires, in this episode of the Infographics show, The British Empire vs. The Roman Empire.

  • 04:12 Why European Clocks are Running Slow, and British Clocks Aren't

    Why European Clocks are Running Slow, and British Clocks Aren't

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    Many people sent me this story: it covers my favourite topics of power grids and temporal anomalies. But when the mainstream press have already covered it, how could I add something more? The answer: by adding another pet topic, Unnecessary British Patrio

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

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

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

  • 04:12 Why This British Crossroads Is So Dangerous

    Why This British Crossroads Is So Dangerous

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    Ipley Cross, in the middle of the New Forest, is one of the most dangerous road junctions in Britain. Why? Thanks to Bez, whoever you are: their definitive article on this junction is here: https://singletrackworld.com/2018/01/collision-course-why-this-ty

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

    A whale song class at a British museum

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

  • 03:11 Making Legal Wigs for British Courts

    Making Legal Wigs for British Courts

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    If a barrister or a judge walked into a London courtroom without wearing a wig, well, everyone would wig out. Its a tradition to wear a legal wig in England. Ede & Ravenscroft, the oldest tailor in London, has been making these head coverings for over thr

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

    Where India’s Top Brass Get Their Instruments

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

  • 03:33 Pony Drift: The British "Wild West" | BBC Earth

    Pony Drift: The British "Wild West" | BBC Earth

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    Horse racing in the forest is an excellent occasion to see some breath taking "pony drifts". Subscribe to BBC Earth for more amazing animal videos - http://bit.ly/BBCEarthSub Watch more videos from BBC Earth: Planet Earth http://bit.ly/PlanetEarthPlaylist

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

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

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

  • 10:30 Drought and Famine: Crash Course World History #208

    Drought and Famine: Crash Course World History #208

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    In which John Green teaches you a little bit about drought, which is a natural weather phenomenon, and famine, which is almost always the result of human activity. Throughout human history, when food shortages strike humanity, there was food around. There

  • 09:40 How to make a chocolate bar with a twist I Pleasant Vices Recipe

    How to make a chocolate bar with a twist I Pleasant Vices Recipe

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    Tasha and Paul follow on from their hot chocolate adventure to show us how to temper chocolate into an amazing chocolate bar. The mould for this chocolate bar is a scaled down version of the Parthenon frieze and was made by the British Museum facsimile ma

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

    What makes Delhi's air so deadly

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

  • 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

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

    Harvesting the World’s Most Expensive Spice

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

  • 11:33 Why Planes Don't Fly Faster

    Why Planes Don't Fly Faster

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    1970s first class image courtesy British Airways and used under fair use guidelines Concorde interior photo courtesy ravas51 British Airways First Class Photo courtesy TravelingOtter British Airways Business Class Photo courtesy Peter McCarthy and Tony Ke

  • 01:10 High School Fitness (1962)

    High School Fitness (1962)

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    Unissued / unused material - dates and locations may be unclear / unknown. American newsreel item. Title reads: "Youth Fitness - La Sierra High Shows The Way" La Sierra, California, United States of America / USA LS La Sierra High School. MS Sign reading

  • 10:19 If One Finger Brought Oil - Things Fall Apart part I: Crash Course Literature 208

    If One Finger Brought Oil - Things Fall Apart part I: Crash Course Literature 208

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    You can directly support Crash Course at http://www.subbable.com/crashcourse Subscribe for as little as $0 to keep up with everything we're doing. Free is nice, but if you can afford to pay a little every month, it really helps us to continue producing th

  • 14:03 Capitalism and Socialism: Crash Course World History #33

    Capitalism and Socialism: Crash Course World History #33

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    Crash Course World History is now available on DVD! Visit http://dft.ba/-CCWHDVD to buy a set for your home or classroom. In which John Green teaches you about capitalism and socialism in a way that is sure to please commenters from both sides of the deba

  • 08:10 How to make Mesoamerican 18th century mash up hot chocolate I Pleasant Vices episode 2

    How to make Mesoamerican 18th century mash up hot chocolate I Pleasant Vices episode 2

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    Tasha Marks is back for episode 2 of the Pleasant Vices series. This week she is joined by master chocolatier Paul A. Young to discuss chocolate’s introduction to 18th London as a delicious and beneficial drink. In this episode, Tasha and Paul recreate an

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

    The Largest Handwritten Family Tree in the World

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

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

    Bill Gates’s Heroes in the Field: Pashu Sakhis

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

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

    This Couple Nursed a Rainforest Back to Life

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

  • 05:57 Pleasant Vices episode 4 I Sugar

    Pleasant Vices episode 4 I Sugar

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    In the fourth and final episode of Pleasant Vices Tasha is tackling the history of sugar in Europe using objects and prints from the British Museum collection to explore this foodstuff's tumultuous past. To find out more about sugar you can read Tasha’s a

  • 13:46 Popular Imperialism: Crash Course World History #35

    Imperialism: Crash Course World History #35

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    In which John Green teaches you about European Imperialism in the 19th century. European powers started to create colonial empires way back in the 16th century, but businesses really took off in the 19th century, especially in Asia and Africa. During the

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

    Buddha and Ashoka: Crash Course World History #6

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

  • 03:11 This Mirror Reflects Your Truest Self

    This Mirror Reflects Your Truest Self

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

  • 05:34 Why every American graduation plays the same song

    Why every American graduation plays the same song

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    We're all familiar with Pomp & Circumstance, the graduation song that's the official soundtrack of almost every commencement. But how did it get so big? In this episode of Vox's Almanac, Phil Edwards investigates and finds diamonds, war, and Dame Clara Bu

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  • 05:56 Why should you read Midnights Children? - Iseult Gillespie

    Why should you read Midnights Children? - Iseult Gillespie

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    Dive into Salman Rushdies masterpiece, Midnights Children, a work of magical realism that deals with Indias transition from British colonialism to independence.--It begins with a countdown. A woman goes into labor as the clock ticks towards midnight. Acro

  • 03:02 Protecting Endangered Vegetables

    Protecting Endangered Vegetables

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

  • 17:27 Kitchens Around the World

    Kitchens Around the World

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

  • 01:56 The Reason Britain Loves Tea

    The Reason Britain Loves Tea

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    There’s nothing quite as quintessentially British as a cuppa tea. But how did the Chinese tradition make its way into the British consciousness? It’s all thanks to Catherine of Braganza, a Portuguese royal who married England’s King Charles II in 1662. Wh

  • 20:33 Bathrooms Around the World

    Bathrooms Around the World

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

  • 05:37 The deadly race to the South Pole

    The deadly race to the South Pole

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    Two exploration teams raced to the South Pole. Only one made it out alive. Corrections: Unfortunately, we used an outdated version of the British flag in this video. The version here was discontinued in 1801 and replaced with the flag we know today. We al

  • 04:56 The Falklands War (1982)

    The Falklands War (1982)

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    On the 2nd of April 1982, forces from Argentina invaded the British overseas territory of the Falkland Islands, the first invasion of British territory since World War II. British Prime Minister Margaret Thatcher, accused of neglecting the islands, assemb

  • 23:04  Liberty's Kids 102 - Intolerable Acts with Benjamin Franklin | History Videos For Kids

    Liberty's Kids 102 - Intolerable Acts with Benjamin Franklin | History Videos For Kids

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    In response to the Boston Tea Party, the British Parliament passes the Intolerable Acts, including "quartering." Subscribe to Liberty's Kids : http://bit.ly/2ivIdi6

  • 03:28 Entrepreneur invents, builds and files real Iron Man flight suit

    Entrepreneur invents, builds and files real Iron Man flight suit

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    A British entrepreneur invents, builds and files patent for Iron Man-like flight suit. Watch him start from one jet to a working model. Nothing seems impossible.

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  • 04:05 Taking Pictures With the Sun!

    Taking Pictures With the Sun!

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    Did you know there's a way to make art using the light from the sun? It's called a cyanotype, and Mister Brown is going to tell you all about how they work, and how to make your own!----------Love SciShow Kids and want to help support it? Become a Patron

  • 12:20 Smallest Countries In The World

    Smallest Countries In The World

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    The smallest independent countries in the world! These are the various micronations around the planet and the ways in which they prosper despite their stature.What micronations can be found within the borders of Italy? What tiny island countries checker t

  • 05:26 Richard Dawkins Debates Deepak Chopra Whether Cells Have Consciousness

    Richard Dawkins Debates Deepak Chopra Whether Cells Have Consciousness

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    Richard Dawkins is a British ethologist, evolutionary biologist, and author. He is an emeritus fellow of New College, Oxford, and was the University of Oxford's Professor for Public Understanding of Science from 1995 until 2008.

  • 23:13  Liberty's Kids 109 - Bunker Hill | History Cartoon for Kids

    Liberty's Kids 109 - Bunker Hill | History Cartoon for Kids

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    Sarah searches for a British officer who may know her fathers whereabouts. James, with Dr. Joseph Warren at Bunker Hill, witnesses the battle and learns firsthand the high price of freedom.Subscribe to Liberty's Kids : http://bit.ly/2ivIdi6 Two teenage re

  • 03:59 The Complex Maneuvering of WWI's Biggest Naval Battle

    The Complex Maneuvering of WWI's Biggest Naval Battle

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    On May 31, 1916, a small skirmish between British and German warships would pave the way for the biggest naval confrontation of WWI--the infamous Battle of Jutland. From: BATTLE AT SEA: JUTLAND http://bit.ly/2nItqXx

  • 03:06 The Daring Plan to Steal Nazi Radar Technology

    The Daring Plan to Steal Nazi Radar Technology

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    In 1941, a British parachute regiment consisting of 120 men set off toward Bruneval on the northern coast of occupied France. Their mission: to steal German radar secrets. From: WWII'S MOST DARING RAIDS: Stealing Hitler's Radar http://bit.ly/2cfaQ40

  • 03:46 We Should Let Some Wildfires Burn

    We Should Let Some Wildfires Burn

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    In the last few years, wildfires have been getting worse - and, oddly, it's because humans have been preventing them. From a helicopter above the forests of British Columbia, and from the Tree Ring Lab at UBC, let's talk about how we should just let some

  • 07:03 Magic of Making - A Right Royal Roof

    Magic of Making - A Right Royal Roof

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    Kings and Queens prefer to rule from a nice, dry palace. To keep the rain out of Buckingham Palace the British Monarch ordered a slate roof hewn from the heart of a great mountain by helmeted miners, with the help of diamonds and high explosives. This is

  • 02:56 Footage of the First Martin-Baker Ejection Seat Test

    Footage of the First Martin-Baker Ejection Seat Test

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    Bernard Lynch was an engineer fitter at British aviation firm Martin-Baker. But his main claim to fame was as the fearless test subject for their signature invention: the ejection seat. From the Series: Survival in the Skies: Ejection Seats http://bit.ly/

  • 06:20 The Himalayan Mountains: How They Formed

    The Himalayan Mountains: How They Formed

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

  • 05:42 How Ex-Nazis & Jewish Scientists Got The U.S. To The Moon

    How Ex-Nazis & Jewish Scientists Got The U.S. To The Moon

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    These former adversaries shaped rocket engineering. Here's how recovered letters provide a detailed look into this pivotal military project. The Crazy Tech Behind America's Arctic Missile Defense - http://bit.ly/29gM1U9 Sign Up For The Seeker Newsletter H

  • 23:14 Liberty's Kids 106 - The Shot Heard 'Round the World | History Cartoons for Children

    Liberty's Kids 106 - The Shot Heard 'Round the World | History Cartoons for Children

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    The Revolutionary War begins with the battles of Lexington and Concord. Minutemen -- citizens taking up arms -- fight the powerful, experienced Red Coats. James, reporting on the minutemen, and Sarah, with the British army, witness the shot heard round th

  • 04:53 Filming With Wildlife Boxes With Nigel Marven | Eden Shorts

    Filming With Wildlife Boxes With Nigel Marven | Eden Shorts

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    Naturalist and broadcaster Nigel Marven shows how you can film with bird and bat boxes to add a whole new angle to your wildlife short film. You can even use a moth trap to include some lesser seen British wildlife. To enter your #EdenShorts film, head to

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

    Her spirit was broken; incredible transformation of dying dog

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

  • 04:18 Animation: How Three Men You Probably Never Heard Of Helped End WWII

    Animation: How Three Men You Probably Never Heard Of Helped End WWII

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    H.M.S. Petard was a British Navy destroyer during WWII. It was responsible for sinking German, Italian, and Japanese submarines and carried three men of incredible bravery and courage. One night, after a 10-hour battle in the Mediterranean, those men dive

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  • 04:32 Sign Language Isn't Universal

    Sign Language Isn't Universal

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    This week's guest is Rikki Poynter! Go subscribe to her vlog: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCS7wVohIwd66b95xyuw7DFQ -- and if subtitles aren't on automatically here, you can turn them on in your device settings! There isn't one universal sign language

  • 23:11  Liberty's Kids 128  - Not Yet Begun to Fight | History Videos For Kids

    Liberty's Kids 128 - Not Yet Begun to Fight | History Videos For Kids

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    Subscribe to Liberty's Kids : http://bit.ly/2ivIdi6 In a long, desperate battle, John Paul Jones and his wildly outgunned Bonhomme Richard defeat the British Serapis off the coast of England (9/23/79).Sailing to England, Sarah is shipwrecked and saved by

  • 00:34 Giant human-sized jellyfish spotted by divers - BBC News

    Giant human-sized jellyfish spotted by divers - BBC News

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    Divers have swum with a huge barrel jellyfish off the coast of Cornwall. Lizzie Daly, a biologist with Wild Ocean Week, said the creature was as big as her body. It is the largest species of jellyfish which is found in British waters, with the average dia

  • 03:08 Music for Elephants - Trailer

    Music for Elephants - Trailer

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    Music for Elephants is a unique and moving documentary about a British concert-pianist playing music to blind, injured and orphaned elephants with extraordinary results. For more information visit http://www.musicforelephants.com Co-Produced by AsiaWorks

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  • 02:54 Why Do People In Old Movies Talk Weird?

    Why Do People In Old Movies Talk Weird?

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    It’s not quite British, and it’s not quite American – so what gives? Why do all those actors of yesteryear have such a distinct and strange accent? Learn more at HowStuffWorks.com: http://entertainment.howstuffworks.com/movies-film-chann

  • 07:46 Five Ramadan Iftar Meals Around the World

    Five Ramadan Iftar Meals Around the World

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