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  • 03:07 A Giant Floating Naval Hospital's Amazing Humanitarian Work

    A Giant Floating Naval Hospital's Amazing Humanitarian Work

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    During times of peace, the USNS Comfort provides medical services for people in need, all over the world. It's a wide-scale humanitarian initiative that delivers a level of care unavailable in smaller countries. From: MIGHTY SHIPS: USNS Comfort http://bit

  • 02:37 Popular This Drone is Designed to Save Lives Then Disappear | WIRED

    This Drone is Designed to Save Lives Then Disappear | WIRED

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    The Everfly APSARA drone is an origami-like disposable drone made to deliver essential supplies in a humanitarian or disaster situation. Still haven’t subscribed to WIRED on YouTube? ►► http://wrd.cm/15fP7B7 CONNECT WITH WIRED Web: http://wired.com Twitte

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  • 13:16 Fill up With Five Stories About Soup

    Fill up With Five Stories About Soup

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    Delicious when you’re sick, delicious you’re well. Soup’s up! From hangover cures to phở, from soup made with bird nests to the humanitarian roots of Instant Ramen, you’ll leave this reel satisfied. SUBSCRIBE: https://goo.gl/vR6Acb #Soup #Food #Flavors Th

  • 14:16 This Man Spends His Life Diving in Sewage — and Loves It | Op-Docs

    This Man Spends His Life Diving in Sewage — and Loves It | Op-Docs

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    This week’s Op-Doc is “The Diver,” by Esteban Arrangoiz. Part four in “A Moment in Mexico,” our special six-part series of Op-Docs by Mexican directors, “The Diver” profiles a man who has found long lasting contentment in a dirty job: diving into the sewe

  • 03:05 75 000 h.p. The Biggest Nuclear Icebreaker

    75 000 h.p. The Biggest Nuclear Icebreaker

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    This video was shot in the Arctic Ocean in March 2018. For 7 days the film crew passed through the Barents Sea to Karsky around the Novaya Zemlya archipelago on the nuclear icebreaker Yamal - we saw the northern lights and polar bears, watched the ships s

  • 03:39 Everything Scientists Could Learn By Looking At Your Skull

    Everything Scientists Could Learn By Looking At Your Skull

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    Our skulls are all unique, but they also share characteristics across groups of people. Scientists can use this information to learn a lot about the previous "owner" of the skull. Why We Can't Always Trust DNA Evidence - https://youtu.be/601U11FH6iE Sign


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