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  • 09:51 How To Paint A Beautiful Landscape (for kids)

    How To Paint A Beautiful Landscape (for kids)

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    Happy Friday, Art Friends! I hope you're excited to follow along with us! Today we're learning how to paint a landscape. It may look challenging, but it's a lot easier than it looks! We're actually drawing our scene first and then painting at the end. Thi

  • 02:44 Why Las Vegas's Landscape Is So Lush and Green

    Why Las Vegas's Landscape Is So Lush and Green

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    One of the most important byproducts of the Hoover Dam is an artificial body of water known as Lake Mead. Its presence has helped the population of Clark County grow sevenfold since 1970. From the Series: Aerial Cities: Las Vegas http://bit.ly/2HVJ4F7

  • 05:16 Drawing a Winter Landscape / Steam Train

    Drawing a Winter Landscape / Steam Train

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    This drawing is of a steam train that travels through the heart of central Germany on the Harz Narrow Gauge Railways, showcasing the stunning landscapes of the Harz Mountains. The reference I used to create this drawing was from a photograph taken by phot

  • 03:51 The Giant Art That Keeps Planes Quiet

    The Giant Art That Keeps Planes Quiet

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    Next to Amsterdam Schiphol Airport is the Buitenschot Land Art Park, a giant set of ridges and furrows cut into the landscape. Yes, it's art: but it also stops some local residents from being exposed to jet noise.More about the park: https://www.schiphol.

  • 01:31 Bugs Light The Night | Brazil

    Bugs Light The Night | Brazil

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    Glow worms take up residence on the many termite mounds that dot the landscape. BRAZIL AIRS SUNDAY JULY 19 at 9/8c.

  • 03:50 Make Your Own Erosion! - #sciencegoals

    Make Your Own Erosion! - #sciencegoals

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    Join Jessi and create your own mini landscape, to see how water can cause erosion, and change a landscape into something different! #sciencegoals ---------- Like SciShow? Want to help support us, and also get things to put on your walls, cover your torso

  • 29:50 Experiencing Hubble: Understanding the Greatest Images of the Universe | The Great Courses

    Experiencing Hubble: Understanding the Greatest Images of the Universe | The Great Courses

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    Explore the most iconic Hubble photo of all: the glowing pillars of gas and dust at the core of the Eagle Nebula. Resembling a fantasy landscape, this view shows young stars emerging from their cocoons of gas and dust in an interstellar molecular cloud.

  • 27:21 How To Draw | The Great Courses

    How To Draw | The Great Courses

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    Combine your knowledge of illusionistic space and linear perspective in drawing as architectural landscape of two buildings on a ground plane. Construct the buildings and the space between them using the principles of one point perspective. Then Draw thro

  • 01:45 Baby Slugs Hatching inside a Wall... Up Close! | BBC Earth

    Baby Slugs Hatching inside a Wall... Up Close! | BBC Earth

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    New David Attenborough series Dynasties coming soon! Watch the first trailer here: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=JWI1eCbksdE --~-- The dampness inside the wall protect slug eggs, which leads to a spectacular birth. Subscribe to BBC Earth for more amazin

  • 05:30 Why Is Greenland Melting? A 360˚ Experience

    Why Is Greenland Melting? A 360˚ Experience

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    Greenland's glaciers are hiding a secret: They're melting faster than expected. Step into the disappearing icy landscape in this 360° video from FRONTLINE, NOVA l PBS, and Emblematic Group with support from the Knight Foundation. NOVA on Facebook: https:/

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  • 02:58 How To Take A Great Picture - Carolina Molinari

    How To Take A Great Picture - Carolina Molinari

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    View full lesson: http://ed.ted.com/lessons/how-to-take-a-great-picture-carolina-molinari Have you ever looked at your camera and wondered what all of those buttons actually do? For manual photography, the aperture, shutter speed and ISO sensitivity can a

  • 02:12 The Sculpture That Looks Like A Real-Life Cartoon

    The Sculpture That Looks Like A Real-Life Cartoon

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    Gibbs Farm, in New Zealand, is an enormous private sculpture collection. Its most famous piece is Horizons, by Neil Dawson - and it looks like a cartoon tissue somehow painted onto the landscape. To see it in person, though, will take a bit of effort. Gib

  • 01:55 The world's largest telescope is about to come online

    The world's largest telescope is about to come online

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    In a stunning landscape of jagged limestone hills in southwestern China, engineers are putting the finishing touches on a grand astronomy facility: a half-kilometer-wide dish nestled in a natural depression that will gather radio signals from the cosmos.

  • 06:54 An Epic Model Railroad Recreates The Columbia River Gorge

    An Epic Model Railroad Recreates The Columbia River Gorge

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    Ever wonder what it would be like to be a giant towering over the Northwest landscape? You can find out at the Columbia Gorge Model Railroad Club, where even children loom like Godzilla over all the iconic sites of the Gorge, from Union Station to Multnom

  • 04:02 Why is Hollywood in Hollywood?

    Why is Hollywood in Hollywood?

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    The climate and landscape of southern California make the perfect canvas for movie magic. Subscribe to Anna's Science Magic Show Hooray! https://bit.ly/2LLNAci Do you have a science question? Let me know! I’d love to answer it in a future video. Drop it i

  • 01:01 You can ride this zip line like a rollercoaster

    You can ride this zip line like a rollercoaster

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    Each of these "rollercoaster" zip lines is custom-built to fit the landscape around them. Unlike normal roller coasters, these rides run on gravity and momentum, making them very eco-friendly. Read more: http://www.businessinsider.com/sai FACEBOOK: https:

  • 04:10 Bird Migration, A Perilous Journey - Alyssa Klavans

    Bird Migration, A Perilous Journey - Alyssa Klavans

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    View full lesson: http://ed.ted.com/lessons/bird-migration-a-perilous-journey-alyssa-klavans Nearly 200 species of songbirds migrate south for winter, some traveling up to 7,000 miles. No easy task, the annual journey is dangerous to birds due to landscap

  • 04:46 Dolby Presents: Escape, an animated short

    Dolby Presents: Escape, an animated short

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    Learn more about Dolby Laboratories http://www.dolby.com To purchase MagicMe by Imogen Heap http://www.imogenheap.com/magicme/ Like us on Facebook http://www.facebook.com/dolby Follow us on Twitter http://www.twitter.com/dolby A cinematic poem about the w

  • 03:25 Crazy Bike Skills - Danny MacAskill // Aviemore Spring

    Crazy Bike Skills - Danny MacAskill // Aviemore Spring

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    www.muc-off.com Danny MacAskill pulls out all the stops with a range of awe-inspiring and technical tricks, using the beautiful landscape of Aviemore as his playground. Filming and Editing - Dave Mackison Song - 'Souvenir by Ages and Ages' Tell us what yo

  • 14:07 From Russia, With Love

    From Russia, With Love

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    Join us as we travel to the vast Russian landscape and learn how to play Tetris, build a homemade plane and zip-line across borders. This reel will take you for a wild ride through arcades, deserts and even Austria. Don’t say we never warned you. #Russia

  • 01:21 This Desert Lagoon Is No Mirage

    This Desert Lagoon Is No Mirage

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    Amid the rolling sand dunes of this Peruvian desert, an oasis springs from nowhere, adding life to the landscape. Legend has it that the lagoon was created when a princess fled her would-be captor and left the water she had been bathing in, which became t

  • 02:38 The Rebellious Origin Of The Video Game Easter Egg

    The Rebellious Origin Of The Video Game Easter Egg

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    Video game designer Warren Robinett was a pioneer of his craft. He conceptualized and programmed the groundbreaking video game "Adventure" for the Atari 2600. A huge commercial success, the game sold over one million cartridges. But "Adventure" did more t

  • 02:00 Exploring Patagonia's Disappearing Glaciers

    Exploring Patagonia's Disappearing Glaciers

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    Patagonia, the name itself conjures images of crystal blue lakes, steppe-like plains, and epic glaciers. Travelers come from all over the world to explore this pristine landscape that stretches across Argentina and Chile. But this South American region is

  • 07:11 Tough Times for the World's Oldest Trees

    Tough Times for the World's Oldest Trees

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    Please support our videos http://www.patreon.com/scifriIts difficult to track but great change is afoot a top Californias White Mountains. This peaks of this landscape are home to the gnarled forms of the worlds oldest (non-clone) organisms, the bristleco

  • 02:29 The Michelangelo of Microsoft Excel

    The Michelangelo of Microsoft Excel

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    When Tatsuo Horiuchi retired, he decided to try his hand at art. But instead of spending money on paints and brushes, Horiuchi used what he already had pre-installed on his computer—Microsoft Excel. Now, the 77-year-old artist is creating remarkably intri

  • 07:21 Shaping Public Opinion: Crash Course Government And Politics #34

    Shaping Public Opinion: Crash Course Government And Politics #34

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    So today Craig is going to talk about where our political opinions come from. Of course, most people’s politics are grounded in their ideologies, but there are also other external influences such as the government itself, interest groups, and the media. S

  • 13:05 42 PAINTING TRICKS FOR BEGINNERS

    42 PAINTING TRICKS FOR BEGINNERS

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    Timestamps:0:01 - stroke painting4:58 - flower painting9:53 - palm tree12:13 - landscape painting----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------Our Social Media:5-Minute Crafts YouTube: http://bit.ly/2itjCywFaceboo

  • 03:52 Find Out How FX Experts Created Mars In The Martian

    Find Out How FX Experts Created Mars In The Martian

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    Visual effects companies Framestore and MPC were tasked with creating the red planet in “The Martian.” From realistic landscape shots of Mars to simulated gravity differences, see how it all came together with a shorter-than-usual timeframe for post-produ

  • 03:14 There Is No American Cuisine, But There Could Be

    There Is No American Cuisine, But There Could Be

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    Dan Barber explains how national cuisines tend to be defined by historical precedent influenced by agricultural limitations. As the United States is a young country with rich soil, its own quintessential cuisine never developed. Barber's latest book is "T

  • 04:26 Here’s Where the Marble for Classic Sculptures Comes From

    Here’s Where the Marble for Classic Sculptures Comes From

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    Off the coast of Tuscany sits a picturesque town where white mountains cascade over the landscape. Composed of the highest quality marble, these behemoths have attracted artists to Italy’s Pietrasanta for years. In fact, many of Michelangelo’s masterpiece

  • 05:01 Why the Victorian mansion is a horror icon

    Why the Victorian mansion is a horror icon

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    The Gilded Age left a legacy of decay on the American landscape. Subscribe to our channel! http://goo.gl/0bsAjO Haunted houses are often depicted with similar features: decaying woodwork, steep angles, and Gothic-looking towers and turrets. The model for

  • 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

  • 01:30 Madagascar’s Eerie Forest of Stone

    Madagascar’s Eerie Forest of Stone

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    With stones rising 220 feet from the ground, Tsingy de Bemaraha Strict Nature Reserve in Madagascar casts a landscape unlike any other. Composed of large limestone structures, the stone forest was once submerged completely underwater, some 200 million yea

  • 04:17 Maps of a now-submerged land help reconstruct the lives of ancient Europeans

    Maps of a now-submerged land help reconstruct the lives of ancient Europeans

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    A region beneath the rough waters of the North Sea, known as Doggerland, holds archaeological clues to the past. Watch how researchers are using advances in mapping and leads from dredging sites to piece together the history of this vanished landscape.Rea

  • 03:21 These Murals Were Grown from Rice

    These Murals Were Grown from Rice

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    In the village of Inakadate, Japan, elaborate expanses of “rice paddy art” grace the surrounding landscape. Looking for a way to boost tourism and contribute to the village’s rich culture, town officials turned to what they knew best &md

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  • 01:20 Float Above the Sandstone Spires That Inspired ‘Avatar’

    Float Above the Sandstone Spires That Inspired ‘Avatar’

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    Hundreds of miles from the hustle of Beijing and Shanghai, 3,000 rock pillars rise to pierce the sky and create an extraordinary forest of sandstone. Each of these incredible monoliths is a fragment of a long history, attaining its unique form through yea

  • 02:39 Germanys Adventure Park Is Home to Europes Largest Scuba Diving Pool

    Germanys Adventure Park Is Home to Europes Largest Scuba Diving Pool

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    An abandoned coal and steel production plant is now an adventure park in Duisburg, Germany. Its called Landschaftspark, which translates to Landscape Park. The property still looks like an industrial site from far away, but every square inch has been repu

  • 02:41 The Gardens Behind Monet’s Masterpieces

    The Gardens Behind Monet’s Masterpieces

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    Claude Monet led the way in art history as the father of French Impressionism. But his paintings of water lilies and peonies weren’t confined to canvas. In addition to his work as a painter, Monet maintained stunning gardens, the inspiration for his maste

  • 06:35 Searching for the White Tailed Bumblebee | Maddie Moate

    Searching for the White Tailed Bumblebee | Maddie Moate

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    This week I go in search of the common White Tailed Bumblebee! Unlike other species in this series which are often rare and elusive, the White Tailed Bumblebee is an example of "everyone's" wildlife and a fun species to look out for whether you live in th

  • 03:00 Locusts: Their Destructive Capacity, Our Sense of Self | NPR | Invisibilia

    Locusts: Their Destructive Capacity, Our Sense of Self | NPR | Invisibilia

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    We’re not the only ones who have a range of versions of ourselves. Learn how scientists got the bottom of the mystery of swarming locusts plagues. • Read VIDEO: Locusts: What Their Destructive Capacity Says About Our Sense of Self at LINK ----------------

  • 03:26 Elephants Sniffing Out 10 Million Landmines | The Long Walk Home | BBC Earth

    Elephants Sniffing Out 10 Million Landmines | The Long Walk Home | BBC Earth

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    Using their elephant sense of smell to detect ten million unexploded landmines to make their way home to Angola. Subscribe: http://bit.ly/BBCEarthSub Watch more: Planet Earth http://bit.ly/PlanetEarthPlaylist Blue Planet http://bit.ly/BluePlanetPlaylist P

  • 03:24 Exhausted Baby Elephant Struggles To Survive | The Long Walk Home | BBC Earth

    Exhausted Baby Elephant Struggles To Survive | The Long Walk Home | BBC Earth

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    A baby elephant in danger struggles to keep up with his mother as a human lends a helping hand. The future of elephants is in our hands.Subscribe: http://bit.ly/BBCEarthSub Watch more: Planet Earth http://bit.ly/PlanetEarthPlaylist Blue Planet http://bit.

  • 03:50 Baby Elephants First Water Trip | The Long Walk Home | BBC Earth

    Baby Elephants First Water Trip | The Long Walk Home | BBC Earth

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    Traversing the elephant highways of the Kalahari Desert is thirsty work, especially for this hour-old elephant calf on his first ever trip to waterSubscribe: http://bit.ly/BBCEarthSub Watch more: Planet Earth http://bit.ly/PlanetEarthPlaylist Blue Planet

  • 03:29 Elephants Under Threat of A Cull | The Long Walk Home | BBC Earth

    Elephants Under Threat of A Cull | The Long Walk Home | BBC Earth

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    As populations grow, resources become scarce in the threatened ecosystem of the Kalahari Desert and talks of an elephant cull begin to surface.Subscribe: http://bit.ly/BBCEarthSub Watch more: Planet Earth http://bit.ly/PlanetEarthPlaylist Blue Planet http

  • 05:48 The decline of Hong Kong's iconic neon glow

    The decline of Hong Kong's iconic neon glow

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    Neon is fading. Follow Johnny on Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/johnnywharris/ Follow the Vox Borders watch page: https://www.facebook.com/VoxBorders/ With original music by Tom Fox: https://m.soundcloud.com/user-416166523 Explore neon culture throu

  • 03:08 Where Are The Women In Computing? | Planet Money | NPR

    Where Are The Women In Computing? | Planet Money | NPR

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    How did women go from being at the center of the computing world -- to being sidelined? Listen to the full Planet Money episode from 2014 here: http://n.pr/29R7QKd ------------------------------------------------------ Subscribe to NPR on YouTube: https:/

  • 02:52 How Superbugs Could Mean The End Of Antibiotics | Let's Talk | NPR

    How Superbugs Could Mean The End Of Antibiotics | Let's Talk | NPR

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    Easy global access to antibiotics is raising the risk of drug-resistant superbugs. Subscribe to NPR - http://bit.ly/NPRsubscribe ------------------------------------------------------ Subscribe to NPR on YouTube: https://www.youtube.com/npr Follow NPR els

  • 04:30 The Electoral College | Ron's Office Hours | NPR

    The Electoral College | Ron's Office Hours | NPR

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    How Does The Electoral College Work, And Is It Fair? Here's what you need to know from NPR's Ron Elving. • Read "How Does The Electoral College Work, And Is It Fair?" at https://n.pr/2f1wlFG ------------------------------------------------------ Subscribe

  • 06:17 How granite countertops took over American kitchens

    How granite countertops took over American kitchens

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    Granite countertops are an American obsession. But how did they become so ubiquitous? Our nation's countertop history has had a few surprising twists and turns. This is the final episode in the first season of Overrated - you can learn more about it here:

  • 01:08 XYZT: Abstract Landscapes | Arts | NPR

    XYZT: Abstract Landscapes | Arts | NPR

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    One of a growing trend of interactive art exhibits, "XYZT: Abstract Landscapes" is a collection of ten digital pieces that mimic nature through projectors, motion sensors and LCD screens. ------------------------------------------------------ Subscribe to

  • 01:57 Inspired By A Fungus, Inventor Creates Biodegradable Packaging | Joe's Big Idea | NPR

    Inspired By A Fungus, Inventor Creates Biodegradable Packaging | Joe's Big Idea | NPR

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    This video is from the Joe’s Big Idea series Changing The World One Invention At A Time. Check out the entire series at https://n.pr/2U6iwXU. • Read "Inventor Inspired By Childhood Memories Of Fungus" at https://n.pr/2R77Q9M. -----------------------------

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  • 02:30 What Can A President Really Do? Hint: It Has A Lot To Do With Congress | Ron's Office Hours | NPR

    What Can A President Really Do? Hint: It Has A Lot To Do With Congress | Ron's Office Hours | NPR

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    Presidents have a great deal of power, but they can't accomplish many of their goals without the support of Congress. In order for President Trump, or any president, to change a lot of existing policy they will need the support of Congress. --------------

  • 05:07 Cookie Monster Practices Self-Regulation | Life Kit Parenting | NPR

    Cookie Monster Practices Self-Regulation | Life Kit Parenting | NPR

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    Cookie Monster joins NPR's Life Kit Parenting Podcast to talk about practicing self-control, especially when you have to wait for something you really want... like a plate of delicious chocolate chip cookies. Read more about the story at https://n.pr/2LQC

  • 06:36 How a Volcano Simulator Helps Scientists Prepare For The Real Thing | Maddie About Science  | NPR

    How a Volcano Simulator Helps Scientists Prepare For The Real Thing | Maddie About Science | NPR

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    Studying active volcanoes can be dangerous, which is why a group of scientists from around the world came together to simulate volcanic blasts. What they're learning will help them at a real eruption. Read "To Safely Study Volcanoes, Scientists Bring The

  • 03:22 What Is the Debt Ceiling? |Ron’s Office Hours | NPR

    What Is the Debt Ceiling? |Ron’s Office Hours | NPR

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    It keeps on coming back like a bad penny: Congress’ fight over whether to raise the “debt ceiling.” That’s the limit on how much Congress can borrow to run the federal government. Where did the idea come from and how big is the debt now? NPR senior politi

  • 03:05 Chop Suey With Beans And Rice: A Mexican-Chinese-American fusion. I NPR Hot Pot

    Chop Suey With Beans And Rice: A Mexican-Chinese-American fusion. I NPR Hot Pot

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    Joaquin "Jocko" Fajardo makes a spicy Mexican version of chop suey, a classic Chinese-American dish. He tells us how his great-aunt learned to make the dish from the Asian employees at her Mexican restaurant in Los Angeles. -------------------------------

  • 04:19 How To Find Your Own Seafood | The Salt | NPR

    How To Find Your Own Seafood | The Salt | NPR

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    Mussels, clams and a monkeyface eel, oh my! The Sea Forager, Kirk Lombard, shows us how to sustainably forage and eat wild animals found on the Northern California coast. • Read "VIDEO: Watch The Sea Forager Sustainably Harvest The Ocean's Bounty" at http

  • 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

  • 02:08 A Solar-Powered Step In The Fight Against Water Scarcity | Joe's Big Idea | NPR

    A Solar-Powered Step In The Fight Against Water Scarcity | Joe's Big Idea | NPR

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    This video is from the Joe’s Big Idea series Changing The World One Invention At A Time. Check out the entire series at https://n.pr/2U6iwXU. • Read "WATCH: This Device Pulls Clean Water Out Of Desert Air" at https://n.pr/2oEfZYC --------------

  • 02:26 Unmasking Malaria With A Cheap Magnet And A Laser Pointer | Joe's Big Idea | NPR

    Unmasking Malaria With A Cheap Magnet And A Laser Pointer | Joe's Big Idea | NPR

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    This video is from the Joe’s Big Idea series Changing The World One Invention At A Time. Check out the entire series at https://www.npr.org/series/571897138/watch-joes-big-idea-invention-stories. Read How A Cheap Magnet Might Help Detect Malaria at https:

  • 02:28 Baby Talk | Let's Talk | NPR

    Baby Talk | Let's Talk | NPR

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    When babies babble they are in a heightened state of arousal and ready to learn. Subscribe to NPR! https://bit.ly/2o5dHjo Host of NPR’s Hidden Brain Shankar Vedantam breaks down the four types of baby babble. • Read or listen to: "#HowToRaiseAHuman" at np

  • 03:36 Foraging a Wild Lunch | The Salt | NPR

    Foraging a Wild Lunch | The Salt | NPR

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    When most of us are hungry for lunch, we pick up supplies at the grocery store or stop by the nearby cafe with the best lunch specials. Nick Spero? He heads into the wilderness. (Note: Spero is a foraging professional and we urge caution when foraging on

  • 02:14 For Kids, How Much Screen Time is Too Much? | Let's Talk | NPR

    For Kids, How Much Screen Time is Too Much? | Let's Talk | NPR

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    There's so much information -- and anxiety -- out there about how much time your kids should spend using devices. Here's our video guide to balancing the need for limits with the potential benefits. • Read "5 Things To Know About Screen Time Right Now" at

  • 02:59 ‘Art Enables’ Artists with Disabilities to Feel Like Celebrities | NPR

    ‘Art Enables’ Artists with Disabilities to Feel Like Celebrities | NPR

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    Art Enables is a lot like any other arts studio—big windows, a paint-splattered sink, quiet enough to hear a paintbrush clink the sides of a water glass, and, of course, it’s filled with people making art. What’s unique about the studio is that they work

  • 11:34 23 FUN AND EASY DRAWING IDEAS

    23 FUN AND EASY DRAWING IDEAS

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    MIND-BLOWING DRAWING HACKSDid you know being able to draw amazing art is right at your fingertips? Yes, literally at your fingertips! Theres so much you can do with your fingerprints and some colored ink. Today, well show you the amazing and beautiful dra

  • 03:17 The Evolution Of Parenting | Goats & Soda | NPR

    The Evolution Of Parenting | Goats & Soda | NPR

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    The real secret to humans' success? It might have a lot to do with how we raised our kids. • Read or listen to: "Why Grandmothers May Hold The Key To Human Evolution" at https://www.npr.org/sections/goatsandsoda/2018/06/07/617097908/why-grandmothers-may-h

  • 02:48 Oreshki: A Rich, Nutty Cookie From The Soviet Era | NPR Hot Pot

    Oreshki: A Rich, Nutty Cookie From The Soviet Era | NPR Hot Pot

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    NPR journalist Alina Selyukh makes oreshki, a cookie from the former Soviet Union. The walnut-shaped cookies, which have a rich, nutty filling, were popular during a time when people had to make do with limited ingredients. Selyukh tells us about her memo

  • 01:53 The Pledge of Allegiance Was Written to Sell Magazines | Let's Talk | NPR

    The Pledge of Allegiance Was Written to Sell Magazines | Let's Talk | NPR

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    A true American tale about how the need to sell more magazines Subscribe to NPR - http://bit.ly/NPRsubscribe EDITOR'S NOTE: Francis Bellamy’s first draft of the pledge did not include the word “to” before "the Republic.” He added &

  • 03:09 What Airplane Turbulence Is And Why It's No Big Deal

    What Airplane Turbulence Is And Why It's No Big Deal

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    Airplane turbulence may seem like the end of the road but statistically, there is no data of a plane crash caused by turbulence. Here is why turbulence is caused and why it should stop you from booking your next flight. Following is a transcript of the vi

  • 01:27 Invention Stories: These Boots Are Made For Talking … To The Internet | Joe's Big Idea | NPR

    Invention Stories: These Boots Are Made For Talking … To The Internet | Joe's Big Idea | NPR

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    Failure is always a part of invention. Hahna Alexander, CEO of SolePower, talks about how failure challenged her to come up with bigger and better solutions. In "Invention Stories" we explore the unexpected paths to discovery. • Read After A Failed Launch

  • 03:38 How To Make Salsa Verde Tamales | Passport Kitchen | NPR

    How To Make Salsa Verde Tamales | Passport Kitchen | NPR

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    Pati Jinich, an award-winning Mexican-American chef and the host of Pati's Mexican Table, demonstrates how to make this holiday favorite! She's joined by Malaka Gharib of NPR's Goats & Soda blog, and Maria Godoy of NPR's The Salt blog. • Learn more about

  • 02:41 A Short History Of Humans And Germs: Early Encounters | Goats & Soda | NPR

    A Short History Of Humans And Germs: Early Encounters | Goats & Soda | NPR

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    Humans get along pretty well with most microbes. Which is lucky, because there are a lot more of them in the world than there are of us. We couldn’t even live without many of them. But a few hundred have evolved, and are still evolving, to exploit our bod

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  • 03:19 Zereshk Polow: A Crunchy-Bottomed Rice Dish From Iran | NPR Hot Pot

    Zereshk Polow: A Crunchy-Bottomed Rice Dish From Iran | NPR Hot Pot

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    Yasaman Alavi makes zereshk polow, a crunchy-bottomed rice dish popular in her native Iran. Infused with saffron and spiked with tart barberries, it's traditionally eaten with slow-cooked chicken. Alavi prepares this meal while sharing memories of her aun

  • 02:57 Turtle Travels Through Desert | Earth From Space | BBC Earth

    Turtle Travels Through Desert | Earth From Space | BBC Earth

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    For the wet season, a turtle travels through the flooded desert. Watch the amazing landscape from above.Watch more of Earth From Space: https://bbc.in/2VMchcYSubscribe: http://bit.ly/BBCEarthSub Watch more: Planet Earth http://bit.ly/PlanetEarthPlaylist B

  • 01:34 How A Children's Toy Led To An Essential Medical Device

    How A Children's Toy Led To An Essential Medical Device

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    The Food Of The Future | Elise Tries | NPR

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    Invention Stories: How Sick Cows Led to a Blockbuster Drug | Joe's Big Idea | NPR

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    How Plastic Made Things Too Cheap | Planet Money | NPR

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    The dust bunnies that built our planet - Lorin Swint Matthews

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    Is Your Personality Fixed, Or Can You Change Who You Are? | Invisibilia | NPR

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    Why The Price Of Coke Didn't Change For 70 Years | Planet Money | NPR

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    Why Credit Cards Have That Annoying Chip | Planet Money | NPR

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    The Apple That Changed The World | Planet Money | NPR

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    Four Fancy Meals You Can Make With Bugs | Foraging | NPR

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    How Fighting Wildfires Makes Them Worse

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    The Himalayan Mountains: How They Formed

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    Why Are Stop Signs Red?

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    The Astronomer

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    When We First Walked

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    The Secret Global Sewer System

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    Why Biodiversity Is Good For The Economy

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    Kidnapper Ants Steal Other Ants' Babies - And Brainwash Them | Deep Look

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