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  • 06:33 How much land for 20 million trees?

    How much land for 20 million trees?

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    Here is an estimation of the amount of land it would take to grow 20 million trees. Why 20 million? The goal of the #TeamTrees project is to plant 20 million trees by 2020. Oh, you want to help? YOU CAN. For every 1 dollar donated to #TeamTrees (with the

  • 02:28 How To Visualize One Part Per Million

    How To Visualize One Part Per Million

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    View full lesson: http://ed.ted.com/lessons/how-to-visualize-one-part-per-million-kim-preshoff-the-ted-ed-community “Parts per million” is a scientific unit of measurement that counts the number of units of one substance per one million units of another.

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  • 03:45 Global Warming Is Repeating Itself...4 Million Years Later

    Global Warming Is Repeating Itself...4 Million Years Later

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    If you think CO2 levels are high today, guess how high they were 4 million years ago! Where did all of it go? The Difference Between Global Warming And Climate Change - http://bit.ly/28V0FPW Sign Up For The Seeker Newsletter Here - http://bit.ly/1UO1PxI R

  • 13:16 What It Takes To Stage A $14 Million NYC Apartment

    What It Takes To Stage A $14 Million NYC Apartment

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    Cheryl Eisen is the CEO of Interior Marketing Group, a New York City-based company that does interior design, staging, and marketing for luxury homes. Her past clients include Chrissy Teigen and John Legend, Ivanka Trump and Jared Kushner, Kim Kardashian

  • 02:27 3 Million LEGO Bricks In One Room!

    3 Million LEGO Bricks In One Room!

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    Robbie McCarthy and Bill Gowdy, two of LEGO's Master Builders, show us LEGOLAND's model shop packed with more than 3 million bricks in 70 different colors. Robbie also gives us an exclusive look at LEGO's proprietary 3D modeling software. Still haven’t su

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  • 14:09 What We Learned From 5 Million Books - Erez Lieberman Aiden And Jean-Baptiste Michel

    What We Learned From 5 Million Books - Erez Lieberman Aiden And Jean-Baptiste Michel

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    View full lesson: http://ed.ted.com/lessons/what-we-learned-from-5-million-books-erez-lieberman-aiden-and-jean-baptiste-michel Have you played with Google Labs' Ngram Viewer? It's an addicting tool that lets you search for words and ideas in a database of

  • 00:58 Story behind the Banksy that sold for $1.4 Million, Then Immediately Self-Destructed

    Story behind the Banksy that sold for $1.4 Million, Then Immediately Self-Destructed

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    The iconic image of a girl reaching out for a red, heart-shaped balloon, sold for $1.4 million and moments later, a shredder hidden inside the "artist's frame" started its work, and the art "self-destructed."

  • 07:11 Thank You - 9 Million Subscriber Special

    Thank You - 9 Million Subscriber Special

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    Welcome to my 9 million subscriber special. Thank you for any support you have given me during my time on youtube. Twitter - @stampylongnose Facebook - www.facebook.com/stampylongnose Instagram - www.instagram.com/stampycat

  • 02:28 How 60 Million Bison Became 1,000 In A Century

    How 60 Million Bison Became 1,000 In A Century

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    In the late 1700s, more than 60 million bison roamed the Great Plains. Over the years, demand for fur and meat drove their numbers down until, by the end of the 19th century, there were just a 1,000 left. From: AERIAL AMERICA: The Great Plains http://bit.

  • 03:21 What If You Were Alive 200 Million Years Ago

    What If You Were Alive 200 Million Years Ago

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    This is the world 200 million years ago. No cell phones, electricity or even other humans. Would you be able to survive in this new world? Could you get yourself a pet dinosaur? Transcript and sources: https://insh.world/science/what-if-you-were-alive-200

  • 02:42 The Incredible Reptiles That Flew 200 Million Years Ago

    The Incredible Reptiles That Flew 200 Million Years Ago

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    A 200-million-year-old fossil reveals the amazing body structure of a reptilian creature known as the dimorphodon. Not only did it possess wings, it was one of the first large vertebrates to travel by air. From: DAVID ATTENBOROUGH'S CONQUEST OF THE SKIES:

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  • 10:08 Brock the Star (He's Literally 1 in 50 Million)

    Brock the Star (He's Literally 1 in 50 Million)

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    Brock is diagnosed with Hallermann-Streiff syndrome and is literally 1 in 50 million. Inside he is just a normal kid who wants to play with his friends and have pretend pirate battles. SBSK's Socials: https://www.instagram.com/specialbooksbyspecialkids ht

  • 04:16 The $10 Million Race to Invent Star Trek's Tricorder

    The $10 Million Race to Invent Star Trek's Tricorder

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    Fifty years after the show aired, Star Trek’s fictional tricorder is far from becoming a reality. But a $10 million prize from the XPRIZE Foundation is hoping to motivate inventors to create one quickly. From: BUILDING STAR TREK http://bit.ly/2bnQnJF

  • 01:31 Weigh a million dollars with your mind

    Weigh a million dollars with your mind

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    A million dollars is a ton of money. But how much does it weigh? Trying out a new feature: English Transcript! Let me know how it works Tweet it - http://bit.ly/so35wI Facebook it - http://on.fb.me/s54PZ1 minutephysics is now on Google+ - http://bit.ly/qz

  • 03:49 How the Natural History Museum is Scanning 80 Million Dead Creatures

    How the Natural History Museum is Scanning 80 Million Dead Creatures

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    The Natural History Museum in London has set itself the mammoth task of digitising its specimens - all 80 million of them. The museum's collection includes everything from a blue whale skeleton to Martian meteorites, making progress understandably slow. H

  • 06:18 What Will Humans Look Like In A Million Years? | Earth Lab

    What Will Humans Look Like In A Million Years? | Earth Lab

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    Greg Foot explains how our ancestors evolved over the last one million years and suggests some potential changes that may happen to our species in the future. Subscribe: http://bit.ly/SubscribeToEarthLab Welcome to BBC Earth Lab! Here we answer all your c

  • 01:11 LA throws 96 million 'shade balls' at its water shortage — and it's mesmerizing | Mashable

    LA throws 96 million 'shade balls' at its water shortage — and it's mesmerizing | Mashable

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    Los Angeles is throwing shade at its water problem — literally. The city has deployed a total of 96 million "shade balls" into the LA Reservoir in an effort to save 300 million gallons of water. California is currently in the midst of its worst drou

  • 02:26 Casting a $20 Million Mirror for the World’s Largest Telescope

    Casting a $20 Million Mirror for the World’s Largest Telescope

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    Building a mirror for any giant telescope is no simple feat. The sheer size of the glass, the nanometer precision of its curves, its carefully calculated optics, and the adaptive software required to run it make this a task of herculean proportions. But t

  • 01:02 Why Do We Kill 100 Million Sharks Each Year?

    Why Do We Kill 100 Million Sharks Each Year?

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    To Find Out More About What You Can Do To Help, Visit ►►►► http://dne.ws/20MXQDd Did you know that 100 million sharks are killed each year? Why are they dying, and is there any way we can stop this? ____________________ DNews is dedicated to satisfying yo

  • 02:57 Harvesting One Million Christmas Trees by Helicopter

    Harvesting One Million Christmas Trees by Helicopter

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    Welcome to Holiday Tree Farms—the largest Christmas tree farm in the world. Located in Corvallis, Oregon, 30-year veteran tree farmer Mark Arkills uses a combination of helicopters (that's right, helicopters) and brute force to harvest over one million tr

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  • 03:50 The Birds That Have Lived for 44 Million Years | Africa | BBC

    The Birds That Have Lived for 44 Million Years | Africa | BBC

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    The Picathartes have lived in the Congo for 44 million years. When these birds mate they mate for life therefore they have to make a good team. Taken from Africa. Subscribe to BBC Earth: http://bit.ly/BBCEarthSubBBC Earth YouTube Channel: http://www.youtu

  • 18:35 Popular Minecraft | $10,000 OR $1 MILLION?! | Would You Rather #2

    Minecraft | $10,000 OR $1 MILLION?! | Would You Rather #2

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    Minecraft | $10,000 OR $1 MILLION?! | Would You Rather #2 ► Subscribe and join TeamTDM! :: http://bit.ly/TxtGm8 ► PREORDER MY NEW BOOK HERE :: http://smarturl.it/DanTDM ► Follow Me on Twitter :: http://www.twitter.com/DiamondMinecart ► Previous video :: h

  • 03:50 The Birds That Have Lived For 44 Million Years - Africa - BBC

    The Birds That Have Lived For 44 Million Years - Africa - BBC

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    The Picathartes have lived in the Congo for 44 million years. When these birds mate they mate for life therefore they have to make a good team. Taken from Africa. Subscribe to BBC Earth: http://www.youtube.com/subscription_center?add_user=BBCEarth BBC Ear

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  • 06:28 1 MILLION Species Could Go Extinct Heres Why.

    1 MILLION Species Could Go Extinct Heres Why.

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    Check out Hot Mess: http://www.youtube.com/hotmesspbs SUBSCRIBE so you dont miss a video! http://bit.ly/iotbs_sub More info and sources below A massive new study has just been released showing that human activities are threatening Earths other life forms

  • 02:52 Sesame Street: One in a Million Song with Big Bird and Gina

    Sesame Street: One in a Million Song with Big Bird and Gina

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    The number of the day is one but he isn't feeling very confident about himself! Gina and Big Bird have to cheer him up by showing him he's like not other, one of a kind, one in a million! -- Subscribe to the Sesame Street Channel here: http://www.youtube.

  • 05:00 Could Aliens 65 Million Light Years Away from Earth See Dinosaurs Alive?

    Could Aliens 65 Million Light Years Away from Earth See Dinosaurs Alive?

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    If aliens were really far, far away, could they see dinosaurs? Join us today in our exploration, in this episode of the Infographics Show, Could aliens 65 million light years away from earth see dinosaurs alive? ⭐SUBSCRIBE: http://bit.ly/2glTFyc ⭐ ORIGINA

  • 07:01 Popular 25 MILLION Orbeez in a pool- Do you sink or float?

    25 MILLION Orbeez in a pool- Do you sink or float?

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    Kevin (aka The Backyard Scientist) and I filled a pool with 25 million waterballs (aka Orbeez) so I could settle an argument about how far you sink if you jump in. Go watch Kevin's video- https://youtu.be/BDS4DHxPQRE FREE Squarespace trial- http://bit.ly/

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  • 08:04 That Time It Rained for Two Million Years

    That Time It Rained for Two Million Years

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    Check out our NEW POSTER: https://store.dftba.com/products/eons-poster At the beginning of the Triassic Period, with the continents locked together from pole-to-pole in the supercontinent of Pangea, the world is hot, flat, and very, very dry. But then 234

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  • 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

  • 03:25 These Lizards Have Been Playing Rock-Paper-Scissors for 15 Million Years  | Deep Look

    These Lizards Have Been Playing Rock-Paper-Scissors for 15 Million Years | Deep Look

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    Male side-blotched lizards have more than one way to get the girl. Orange males are bullies. Yellows are sneaks. Blues team up with a buddy to protect their territories. Who wins? It depends - on a genetic game of roshambo. SUBSCRIBE to Deep Look! http://

  • 03:59 2000 Dominoes as 2000 Million Years

    2000 Dominoes as 2000 Million Years

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    If one domino represents 1 million years, then it'd take a row nearly 100m long to go back as far as when the nucleus of the cell evolved. So we did just that: setup 2000 dominoes as a metaphor for time. If you like this and want to see the BIG one, let m

  • 06:23 Seven Million Years of Human Evolution

    Seven Million Years of Human Evolution

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    Scientists use fossils to reconstruct the evolutionary history of hominins—the group that includes modern humans, our immediate ancestors, and other extinct relatives. Today, our closest living relatives are chimpanzees, but extinct hominins are eve

  • 07:52 20 MILLION Year-Old Spider!!  Unweaving Spider Silk

    20 MILLION Year-Old Spider!! Unweaving Spider Silk

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    You’ll never look at spiders the same way again! Don’t miss our next video! SUBSCRIBE! ►► http://bit.ly/iotbs_sub ↓↓↓ More info and sources below ↓↓↓ Living things have engineered some pretty awesome materials, but I’m not sure anything measures up to spi

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  • 07:33 How a Bird Can Destroy a $100 Million Airplane

    How a Bird Can Destroy a $100 Million Airplane

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    Learn with Brilliant for free at http://Brilliant.org/rllThe first 200 people to use that link will also get 20% off a premium subscriptionGet RealLifeLore T-shirts here: http://standard.tv/reallifelorePlease Subscribe: http://bit.ly/2dB7VTOAnimations cou

  • 02:13 The $102 Million Bomber That Almost Replaced The B-52

    The $102 Million Bomber That Almost Replaced The B-52

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    In 1974, after a long and distinguished service record, the B-52 faced a threat it had never encountered in combat: retirement at the hands of a newer, more advanced model. From: AIR WARRIORS: B-52 http://bit.ly/1sJtMvw

  • 03:09 How Physics Saved Two Million Premature Babies

    How Physics Saved Two Million Premature Babies

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    This video is in collaboration with Bill and Melinda Gates. You can check out the Gates Annual Letter here: http://b-gat.es/2lhhtmJ. Doctors beat back a disease that was killing tens of thousands of babies a year with a machine based on a simple principle

  • 04:22 Popular What Did Sharks Look Like 450 Million Years Ago?

    What Did Sharks Look Like 450 Million Years Ago?

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    Sharks have survived through 5 mass extinctions! Find out how they've evolved throughout millions of years. How Can We Stop Sharks From Going Extinct? - http://bit.ly/25BYSU6 Sign Up For The Seeker Newsletter Here - http://bit.ly/1UO1PxI Read More: Spiral

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  • 04:09 The $18 Million Problem Hiding Underground

    The $18 Million Problem Hiding Underground

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    This is one challenge that's costing cities millions of dollars each year.Go to http://expressvpn.com/lifenoggin to take back your Internet privacy TODAY and find out how you can get 3 months free. Subscribe: https://bit.ly/SubLifeNoggin | Get your exclus

  • 02:54 Recovering a $10 Million Satellite... by Hand

    Recovering a $10 Million Satellite... by Hand

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    Astronauts work to recover the Spartan satellite, which is spinning loose in space. When traditional recovery methods fail, they have to consider a more dangerous option. Watch full episodes of NASA's Unexplained Files: https://www.sciencechannelgo.com/na

  • 06:53 NASA's 150 Million Dollar Coding Error

    NASA's 150 Million Dollar Coding Error

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    Be one of the first 73 people to sign up with this link and get 20% off your subscription with Brilliant.org! https://brilliant.org/realengineering/ New vlog channel: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCMet4qY3027v8KjpaDtDx-g Credits: Narrator/Director: Bri

  • 04:47 Blood types are a 20-million-year mystery

    Blood types are a 20-million-year mystery

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    Do you know what your blood type is? It’s a pretty basic health question with a pretty bizarre history. We take a look at some ill-fated blood experiments from yesteryear, and try to figure out why it is that all blood isn’t alike. And, our intrepid video

  • 04:04 The formula for selling a million-dollar work of art

    The formula for selling a million-dollar work of art

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    The global art market was worth $64 billion in 2015. This is how such a niche market thrives worldwide. Vox.com is a news website that helps you cut through the noise and understand what's really driving the events in the headlines. Check out http://www.v

  • 07:16 Why 23 million Americans don't have fast internet

    Why 23 million Americans don't have fast internet

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    Buffering... Subscribe to our channel! http://goo.gl/0bsAjO /// Sources: FCC 2015 Notice of Inquiry: https://apps.fcc.gov/edocs_public/attachmatch/FCC-15-10A1.pdf FCC 2016 Broadband Progress Report: https://www.fcc.gov/reports-research/reports/broadband-p

  • 06:15 How Losing a Password Just Cost a Company $190 Million

    How Losing a Password Just Cost a Company $190 Million

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    Stay safe online for free at http://www.dashlane.com/rll To get 10% off upgrading to premium, use the code "rll" at checkout Get RealLifeLore T-shirts here: http://standard.tv/reallifelore Please Subscribe: http://bit.ly/2dB7VTO Animations courtesy of Jos

  • 06:30 How 2 Guys Stole $500 Million of Art in 81 Minutes

    How 2 Guys Stole $500 Million of Art in 81 Minutes

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    Start using Dashlane for free at http://Dashlane.com/rll then use the code "youtube2018" to get 10% off upgrading to premium Get RealLifeLore T-shirts here: http://standard.tv/reallifelore Please Subscribe: http://bit.ly/2dB7VTO Animations courtesy of Jos

  • 30:41 Teleporting 5 Million Blocks Out! - Minecraft Far Lands (Ep.24)

    Teleporting 5 Million Blocks Out! - Minecraft Far Lands (Ep.24)

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    Download the scorecard: https://drive.google.com/file/d/0B3Do9vNEQavJRTV2LTBpQjR4bkk/view Watch all 100+ episodes of Mineclash: https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list...

  • 01:27 The Giant Anteater Carries On, 25 Million Years and Counting

    The Giant Anteater Carries On, 25 Million Years and Counting

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    Meet Peter, a giant anteater at the Santa Ana Zoo. Reaching up to 7 feet in length, these guys are the largest of the four anteater species. Without teeth, anteaters use their long tongues to catch and consume their prey. Their tongues can flick up to 150

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  • 02:57 How do we know an asteroid hit Earth 66 million years ago?

    How do we know an asteroid hit Earth 66 million years ago?

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    One theory for why the dinosaurs went extinct is that an asteroid hit Earth at the end of the Cretaceous period. But since no one was alive to see it, how can we know that it really happened? Astrophysicist Jackie Faherty reveals how clues found in sedime

  • 05:14 Gumball | When Richard Accidentally Stole $2 Million | The Heist | Cartoon Network

    Gumball | When Richard Accidentally Stole $2 Million | The Heist | 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

  • 01:13 Scientists discover a 99-million-year-old dinosaur tail with feathers

    Scientists discover a 99-million-year-old dinosaur tail with feathers

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    Scientists made an unprecedented discovery that sheds light on our understanding of dinosaurs. -------------------------------------------------- Follow BI Video on Twitter: http://bit.ly/1oS68Zs Follow BI on Facebook: http://bit.ly/1W9Lk0n Read more: htt

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  • 02:23 Giant Webb Telescope Unfolds As It Travels A Million Miles Away From Earth

    Giant Webb Telescope Unfolds As It Travels A Million Miles Away From Earth

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    Hubble has been the most productive telescope in history, but its successor—the James Webb Space Telescope—is expected to surpass it in many ways. To meeting these goals, NASA and its partners are building the biggest, most complex, and most expensive sci

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  • 09:02 Hunting for 50 MILLION year old Shark Teeth!!! | Maddie Moate

    Hunting for 50 MILLION year old Shark Teeth!!! | Maddie Moate

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    **SORRY ABOUT THE SOUND ISSUES!** Did you know that the coast of Kent is one of the best places in the world for finding fossilised shark teeth?! Join Greg Foot and I as we go hunting for evidence of these awesome prehistoric marine animals! Subscribe for

  • 01:22 Tomato ancestor evolved 50 million years ago near Antarctica

    Tomato ancestor evolved 50 million years ago near Antarctica

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    A new study reveals history of nightshade family. Learn more: http://scim.ag/2jeWC6G

  • 02:53 120 Million Crabs Spawning On One Beach | Trials Of Life | BBC Earth

    120 Million Crabs Spawning On One Beach | Trials Of Life | BBC Earth

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    In this classic clip, David Attenborough witnesses millions of crabs coming together for their annual spawning.Subscribe to BBC Earth for more amazing animal videos - http://bit.ly/BBCEarthSub Watch more videos from BBC Earth: Planet Earth http://bit.ly/P

  • 14:44 Bill Gates-Backed Carbon Capture Plant Does The Work Of 40 Million Trees

    Bill Gates-Backed Carbon Capture Plant Does The Work Of 40 Million Trees

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    In Squamish, British Columbia, there’s a company that wants to stop climate change by sucking carbon dioxide out of the atmosphere. It’s called Carbon Engineering, and it uses a combination of giant fans and complex chemical processes to remov

  • 00:52 Snippet: Human migration over the centuries based on 86 million public genealogy profiles

    Snippet: Human migration over the centuries based on 86 million public genealogy profiles

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    By mapping a set of crowd-sourced family trees, researchers were able to watch human migrations over the centuries and learn about changes in behavior over time--like changes in the distance traveled to find love. In the pre-industrial era, people tended

  • 18:47 New I Traded Someone ONE MILLION DIAMONDS In Royale High... Roblox Royale High Trading

    I Traded Someone ONE MILLION DIAMONDS In Royale High... Roblox Royale High Trading

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    I Traded Someone ONE MILLION DIAMONDS In Royale High... Roblox Royale High Trading1 like on this video = 1 diamond tradedUse my Starcode LEAHASHE at checkout when buying Robux!Don't forget to subscribe if you are enjoying the videos!Subscribe here - https

  • 02:40 The Loathsome, Lethal Mosquito - Rose Eveleth

    The Loathsome, Lethal Mosquito - Rose Eveleth

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    View full lesson: http://ed.ted.com/lessons/the-loathsome-lethal-mosquito-rose-eveleth Everyone hates mosquitos. Besides the annoying buzzing and biting, mosquito-borne diseases like malaria kill over a million people each year (plus horses, dogs and cats

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  • 01:25 Giant Prehistoric Crocodile Discovered In Tunisia

    Giant Prehistoric Crocodile Discovered In Tunisia

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    National Geographic grantee Federico Fanti and his research team discovered a giant Cretaceous crocodile skeleton in southern Tunisia. The fossil dates back 130 million years ago. The head of the crocodile alone is over 5 feet long. The discovery proves t

  • 00:24 6-week Old Golden Retriever Puppies Playing

    6-week Old Golden Retriever Puppies Playing

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    Over 7.9 million views! Check out my other videos for a higher quality version of this video.

  • 01:59 People And Pets Live Inside A Microbial Cloud

    People And Pets Live Inside A Microbial Cloud

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    We shed about 1 million particles an hour, including bacteria and dead skin cells.

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  • 02:46 Scientists warn of sleepless nights in a warming world

    Scientists warn of sleepless nights in a warming world

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    1°C increase could spell 110 million more restless nights for Americans. Learn more - http://scim.ag/2rGVAEj

  • 03:30 How Girl Scout Cookies Are Made

    How Girl Scout Cookies Are Made

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    Two different bakeries supply the Girls Scouts of the USA with cookies. They make the exact same type of cookie, but they're labeled under different names and look different too. One of the factories, Little Brownie Bakers, makes 450 million thin mints a

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  • 01:53 Falcon Heavy & Starman Music Video by Space X

    Falcon Heavy & Starman Music Video by Space X

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    When Falcon Heavy lifted off, it became the most powerful operational rocket in the world by a factor of two. With the ability to lift into orbit nearly 64 metric tons (141,000 lb)---a mass greater than a 737 jetliner loaded with passengers, crew, luggage

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  • 02:29 Why is the Sun Hot?

    Why is the Sun Hot?

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    So you’ve always known the sun to be hot, but why was it? And how hot is the sun exactly? Well, right in core of the sun it is 15 million Kelvin – or over 26 million degrees Fahrenheit! Even the cooler parts of the sun are 10 thousand degrees. If you want

  • 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 ----------------

  • 08:52 The Syrian War Explained

    The Syrian War Explained

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    With the threat of International ISIS attacks, 3 million Syrian Refugees and over 250k dead it might be time to understand the basics of the Syrian Civil War.

  • 06:35 AMAZING~Once in a Lifetime AMMONITES & MATRIX FOUND..!!

    AMAZING~Once in a Lifetime AMMONITES & MATRIX FOUND..!!

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    Arrowhead Hunting Mississippi....Two once in a lifetime.,65 million year old Ammonites and matrix found prospecting a new creek for Arrowheads...This beast measures 16 inches in diameter and weighs 36 lbs....Thanks for watching

  • 06:16 The SOUND of Millions of Monarch Butterflies!

    The SOUND of Millions of Monarch Butterflies!

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    How many butterflies does it take to make a noise in the woods? A few million. Watch (and listen!) as these monarchs put on a show at their overwintering site in Mexico. This was filmed while leading a trip to visit the monarch migration with Atlas Obscur

  • 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

  • 14:24 The Great Migration Explained: US History Review

    The Great Migration Explained: US History Review

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    A summary video lecture of the Great Migration, the movement of 6 million African Americans out of the Southern United States. Be sure to check out the video arsenal of over 350 videos at www.youtube.com/hiphughes

  • 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

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

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

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  • 02:56 A Short History Of Humans And Germs: The Golden Age Of Germs | Goats & Soda | NPR

    A Short History Of Humans And Germs: The Golden Age Of Germs | Goats & Soda | NPR

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    Ten thousand years ago, at the dawn of the agricultural revolution, many of our deadly human diseases didn't exist. What changed? For the first time in history, humans were living in close contact with domesticated animals - milking them, taking care of t

  • 02:31 John Denver & Johnny Cash Take me home Country Roads

    John Denver & Johnny Cash Take me home Country Roads

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    This is just a better quality and audio version. (Update) Can’t believe we are almost at half a million views, I am very thankful for you all who liked and subscribe !!!! Make sure you guys check out my bud on yt link is down below https://www.youtu

  • 04:58 Popular Why Do Cats Act So Weird? - Tony Buffington

    Why Do Cats Act So Weird? - Tony Buffington

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    View full lesson: http://ed.ted.com/lessons/why-do-cats-act-so-weird-tony-buffington They’re cute, they’re lovable, and judging by the 26 billion views on over 2 million YouTube videos of them, one thing is certain: cats are very entertaining. But their s

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  • 04:44 The Evolution Of The Human Eye - Joshua Harvey

    The Evolution Of The Human Eye - Joshua Harvey

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    View full lesson: http://ed.ted.com/lessons/the-evolution-of-the-human-eye-joshua-harvey The human eye is an amazing mechanism, able to detect anywhere from a few photons to a few quadrillion, or switch focus from the screen in front of you to the distant

  • 04:36 Would winning the lottery make you happier? - Raj Raghunathan

    Would winning the lottery make you happier? - Raj Raghunathan

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    View full lesson: http://ed.ted.com/lessons/would-winning-the-lottery-make-you-happier-raj-raghunathan Imagine winning a multi-million dollar lottery tomorrow. If you’re like many of us, you’d be ecstatic, unable to believe your good luck. But

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  • 03:33 Can You Solve This Intelligence Test? Viral Facebook Puzzle

    Can You Solve This Intelligence Test? Viral Facebook Puzzle

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    If 6 + 4 = 210, and 9 + 2 = 711, what is the rule to combine numbers? This "intelligence test" has been shared more than 3 million times on Facebook. On Twitter people claim solving it means you have an IQ of more than 150 (genius level). In this video I

  • 01:40 How the bendy straw was invented | Moments of Vision 12 - Jessica Oreck

    How the bendy straw was invented | Moments of Vision 12 - Jessica Oreck

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    View full lesson: http://ed.ted.com/lessons/how-the-bendy-straw-was-invented-moments-of-vision-12-jessica-oreck Today, Americans use an estimated 500 million drinking straws every day. But where did the idea for this beloved utensil come from? In the twel

  • 06:29 Why this black hole photo is such a big deal

    Why this black hole photo is such a big deal

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    What it took to collect these 54-million-year-old photons from a supermassive black hole. Become a Video Lab member! http://bit.ly/video-lab This is an updated version of a video we published in 2016 about the Event Horizon Telescope, an international col

  • 03:45 The Biggest Art Heist in History | COLOSSAL MYSTERIES

    The Biggest Art Heist in History | COLOSSAL MYSTERIES

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    One of the largest art thefts in history happened just 30 years ago: two criminals, disguised as cops, entered a museum in the dead of night and made off with 500 million dollars worth of art. Who could have possibly been behind such a brazen robbery??Ima

  • 04:33 How Smart Are Orangutans? - Lu Gao

    How Smart Are Orangutans? - Lu Gao

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    View full lesson: http://ed.ted.com/lessons/how-smart-are-orangutans-lu-gao Along with humans, orangutans belong to the Hominidae family tree, which stretches back 14 million years. But it’s not just their striking red hair that makes orangutans unique am

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  • 09:23 United States Postal Service Technology

    United States Postal Service Technology

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    Each day the United States Postal Service processes hundreds of millions of pieces of mail and delivers to over 150 million addresses. At the center of this bustling postal network are more than a hundred Processing and Distribution Centers spread across

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  • 05:24 When is water safe to drink? - Mia Nacamulli

    When is water safe to drink? - Mia Nacamulli

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    View full lesson: https://ed.ted.com/lessons/when-is-water-safe-to-drink-mia-nacamulli Water is refreshing, hydrating, and invaluable to your survival. But clean water remains a precious and often scarce commodity – there are nearly 800 million people who

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  • 01:27 Why honeybees are so hairy

    Why honeybees are so hairy

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    Honeybees have almost three million hairs on their tiny bodies, and each hair is strategically placed for maximum pollination. Researchers at Georgia Tech used high-speed footage of tethered bees covered in pollen to see how those hairs work. SUBSCRIBE: h

  • 03:02 How Aristocracies Rule

    How Aristocracies Rule

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    The American fairytale is far from enchanted. Power and wealth are concentrated in an anxious aristocracy, comprised of 10% of the population, that reigns by dividing the lower classes and pitting them against each other so that the poor turn against the

  • 04:29 Why Is Being Scared So Fun? - Margee Kerr

    Why Is Being Scared So Fun? - Margee Kerr

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    View full lesson: http://ed.ted.com/lessons/why-do-we-like-to-scare-ourselves-margee-kerr At this very moment, people are lining up somewhere to scare themselves, be it with a thrill-ride or a horror movie. In fact, in October of 2015 alone, about 28 mill

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  • 04:08 Can Plastic-Eating Worms Solve Our Trash Problem?

    Can Plastic-Eating Worms Solve Our Trash Problem?

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    Plastics are everywhere, and we can’t seem to get rid of them. Could a worm be the solution we need? Does Recycling Actually Help? ►►►► http://dne.ws/16zXnMX DNews Live Tickets Here ►►►► http://dne.ws/1Fa2OCh Read More: Why Doesn't Plastic Biodegrade? htt

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  • 05:39 The Atlantic Slave Trade: What Too Few Textbooks Told You - Anthony Hazard

    The Atlantic Slave Trade: What Too Few Textbooks Told You - Anthony Hazard

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    View full lesson: http://ed.ted.com/lessons/the-atlantic-slave-trade-what-your-textbook-never-told-you-anthony-hazard Slavery has occurred in many forms throughout the world, but the Atlantic slave trade -- which forcibly brought more than 10 million Afri

  • 15:36 All Pixar Outtakes/Bloopers (HD 1080p)

    All Pixar Outtakes/Bloopers (HD 1080p)

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    I got bored and I decided to make a video of Pixar's all 3 outtakes/bloopers from A Bug's Life (1998), Toy Story 2 (1999), and Monsters, Inc. (2001) I hope you enjoy. :) 0:00 - A Bug's Life (1998) 4:52 - Toy Story 2 (1999) 10:22 - Monsters, Inc. (2001) NO

  • 03:50 Popular Part(icles) Of Your World: Crash Course Kids #3.2

    Part(icles) Of Your World: Crash Course Kids #3.2

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    Have you ever heard the phrase, "You look like a Million Bucks?" Well, you do... but you also look like a million particles. In this episode, Sabrina talks to us about matter and particles and that all matter is made up of particles. Also, she shows us ho

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  • 04:23 A Curable Condition That Causes Blindness - Andrew Bastawrous

    A Curable Condition That Causes Blindness - Andrew Bastawrous

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    View full lesson: http://ed.ted.com/lessons/a-curable-condition-that-causes-blindness-andrew-bastawrous An estimated 20 million cases of blindness worldwide are caused by cataracts, a curable condition affecting the lens that focuses images onto the eye’s

  • 04:20 The ferocious predatory dinosaurs of Cretaceous Sahara - Nizar Ibrahim

    The ferocious predatory dinosaurs of Cretaceous Sahara - Nizar Ibrahim

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    View full lesson: http://ed.ted.com/lessons/the-ferocious-predatory-dinosaurs-of-cretaceous-sahara-nizar-ibrahim In Cretaceous times (around 100 million years ago), North Africa was home to a huge river system and a bizarre menagerie of giant prehistoric

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  • 04:33 Pretzels | How It's Made

    Pretzels | How It's Made

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    Pretzels have long been considered good-luck symbols. More than $550 million worth of pretzels are sold in the United States annually. #HowItsMade Mondays 9/8c on Science http://www.sciencechannel.com/tv-shows/how-its-made/ Subscribe to Science Channel: h

  • 04:33 Pretzels | How It's Made

    Pretzels | How It's Made

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    Pretzels have long been considered good-luck symbols. More than $550 million worth of pretzels are sold in the United States annually. #HowItsMade Mondays 9/8c on Science http://www.sciencechannel.com/tv-shows/how-its-made/ Subscribe to Science Channel: h

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  • 10:24 What the Earth Went Through Before Humans Appeared

    What the Earth Went Through Before Humans Appeared

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    What did the Earth look like 4.6 billion years ago? Nope, it wasn't the fancy blue and green ball youre used to. It was more like a giant rock covered in molten lava and constantly bombarded by comets and asteroids. There was no sign of life here yet noth

  • 03:55 Baby Shark X Jauz | Baby Shark EDM | Pinkfong Baby Shark (Official Jauz Remix)

    Baby Shark X Jauz | Baby Shark EDM | Pinkfong Baby Shark (Official Jauz Remix)

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    Subscribe and watch new videos uploaded every week. YouTube Channel: https://www.youtube.com/PinkfongWelcome to the Shark Family JauzCheck out the latest Official Baby Shark Remix by Jauz, the song that made a million ravers dance and cheer at Coachella!

  • 04:31 Why It’s So Hard To Cure HIV/AIDS - Janet Iwasa

    Why It’s So Hard To Cure HIV/AIDS - Janet Iwasa

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    View full lesson: http://ed.ted.com/lessons/why-it-s-so-hard-to-cure-hiv-aids-janet-iwasa In 2008, something incredible happened: a man was cured of HIV. In over 70 million HIV cases, this was a first, and, so far, a last, and we don’t yet understand exac

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  • 00:56 How Are Old Fridges Turned Into Prosthetic Hands?

    How Are Old Fridges Turned Into Prosthetic Hands?

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    We go through 10 million fridges a year in the US. Using fridge parts, the cost of a prosthetic hand can decrease from $30,000 to $35. #MadeByDestruction Mondays 10/9c on Science http://www.sciencechannel.com/tv-shows/made-by-destruction/ Subscribe to Sci

  • 04:17 The Coelacanth: A Living Fossil Of A Fish - Erin Eastwood

    The Coelacanth: A Living Fossil Of A Fish - Erin Eastwood

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    View full lesson: http://ed.ted.com/lessons/the-coelacanth-a-living-fossil-of-a-fish-erin-eastwood The coelacanth, a prehistoric fish that was mistakenly thought to have gone extinct at the same time as the dinosaurs, has managed to stick around our seas

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  • 04:54 What happens during a heart attack? - Krishna Sudhir

    What happens during a heart attack? - Krishna Sudhir

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    View full lesson: http://ed.ted.com/lessons/what-happens-during-a-heart-attack-krishna-sudhir Approximately seven million people around the world die from heart attacks every year. And cardiovascular disease, which causes heart attacks and other problems

  • 04:30 The Game-changing Amniotic Egg - April Tucker

    The Game-changing Amniotic Egg - April Tucker

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    View full lesson: http://ed.ted.com/lessons/the-game-changing-amniotic-egg-april-tucker 350 million years ago, eggs could not survive far from water, therefore animals were water-bound. That is, until the amniotic egg, which allowed animals to live a full

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  • 05:01 When Will The Next Mass Extinction Occur? - Borths, D'Emic, And Pritchard

    When Will The Next Mass Extinction Occur? - Borths, D'Emic, And Pritchard

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    View full lesson: http://ed.ted.com/lessons/when-will-the-next-mass-extinction-occur-borths-d-emic-and-pritchard About 66 million years ago, a terrible extinction event wiped out the dinosaurs. But it wasn’t the only event of this kind -- extinctions of v

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  • 03:50 What Is Alzheimer's Disease? - Ivan Seah Yu Jun

    What Is Alzheimer's Disease? - Ivan Seah Yu Jun

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    View full lesson: http://ed.ted.com/lessons/what-is-alzheimer-s-disease-ivan-seah-yu-jun Alzheimer's disease is the most common cause of dementia, affecting over 40 million people worldwide. And though it was discovered over a century ago, scientists are

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  • 05:43 What Does It Mean To Be A Refugee? - Benedetta Berti And Evelien Borgman

    What Does It Mean To Be A Refugee? - Benedetta Berti And Evelien Borgman

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    View full lesson: http://ed.ted.com/lessons/what-does-it-mean-to-be-a-refugee-benedetta-berti-and-evelien-borgman About 60 million people around the globe have been forced to leave their homes to escape war, violence and persecution. The majority have bec

  • 02:50 What If All The World’s Coral Reefs Disappeared?

    What If All The World’s Coral Reefs Disappeared?

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    Earth is currently facing the worst bleaching of coral reefs ever known in history, but what would happen if all the coral reefs died off? We've already lost 50% of the world's coral, and we're at risk of losing even more. If the world lost all its coral

  • 03:45 This Is What Pollution Does To Your Body

    This Is What Pollution Does To Your Body

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    China has issued its first red alert for air pollution, but what are the potential dangers of being surrounded by pollution? Sign Up For The TestTube Newsletter Here ►►►► http://dne.ws/1McUJdm What Are The World's Cleanest Cities? ►►►► http://dne.ws/1Zd0x

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  • 01:20 What Are Solar Flares?

    What Are Solar Flares?

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    Solar flares erupt outward into space at up to 4.5 million miles per hour. What forces cause these explosions that can be the equivalent of millions of nuclear bombs detonating simultaneously? | http://science.discovery.com/tv-shows/how-the-universe-works

  • 02:21 Why Does A Pool Table Need A Super Strong Magnet?

    Why Does A Pool Table Need A Super Strong Magnet?

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    In a pool table's 30 year life span, it can rack up half a million games. What's underneath the green felt that keeps this game playable? MACHINES: HOW THEY WORK Thursdays 10/9c on Science http://www.sciencechannel.com/tv-shows/machines-how-they-work/ Sub

  • 03:42 We produce 13 tons of hazardous waste every second [Advertiser content from MailChimp]

    We produce 13 tons of hazardous waste every second [Advertiser content from MailChimp]

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    Most homes across America have a stash of chemical cleaners under the sink that becomes hazardous waste as soon as you’re done using them. And some of the household products don’t even make it out of the store, as retailers often get rid of sticky, dented

  • 03:14 The Price Tag Hasn't Always Existed, It Had To Be Invented | Planet Money | NPR

    The Price Tag Hasn't Always Existed, It Had To Be Invented | Planet Money | NPR

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    Most of us are used to prices that don’t change. You go into a store to buy some Quaker Oats, and they're going to cost the same for you as they will for whoever tries to buy them next. For most of human history, you had to haggle over prices before you c

  • 01:56 Monkeys can make stone tools too

    Monkeys can make stone tools too

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

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  • 02:55 Constructing The Hoover Dam

    Constructing The Hoover Dam

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    When it was originally built, the Hoover Dam was the largest concrete structure in the world. It weighs 6.6 million tons and stands 700 ft tall. The biggest challenge engineers faced while building the dam was the extreme heat. #ImpossibleEngineering Wedn

  • 01:03 Can parasites use mind control? | Natural History Museum

    Can parasites use mind control? | Natural History Museum

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    Parasites usually try and stay hidden, but some are clearly attention seekers.Meet the parasites that put on some very colourful displays.Website: http://www.nhm.ac.uk Twitter: http://twitter.com/NHM_London Facebook: http://fb.com/naturalhistorymuseum Ins

  • 01:09 Could you spot a wild carrot? | Natural History Museum

    Could you spot a wild carrot? | Natural History Museum

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    Carrots are a familiar sight, but would you recognise a wild one?Discover the clever tactic these common plants use to entice pollinators.Website: http://www.nhm.ac.uk Twitter: http://twitter.com/NHM_London Facebook: http://fb.com/naturalhistorymuseum Ins

  • 03:49 This NASA Mission Uses Cold War Planes To Map The World's Largest Island

    This NASA Mission Uses Cold War Planes To Map The World's Largest Island

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    Greenland loses close to 100 million Olympic size swimming pools of water per year. We know that statistic thanks to this critical NASA mission. Einstein’s Brain Was Stolen and Chopped Up Into Tiny Pieces...For Science?! https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=sQ

  • 00:49 Time-Lapse: 7 Amazing Views Of Earth From Space

    Time-Lapse: 7 Amazing Views Of Earth From Space

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    From a million miles away—literally—a camera and telescope called EPIC has captured a year’s worth of snapshots of the fully lit Earth and recorded some extraordinary moments, including an eclipse and two lunar transits. The camera is part of the Deep Spa

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  • 03:22 What's The Most Expensive Book In The World?

    What's The Most Expensive Book In The World?

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    Sometimes super-wealthy people like to spend millions on a single book. Which one cost the most? Hint: It’s about water and it's written backwards. Learn more at HowStuffWorks.com: http://www.howstuffworks.com/arts/literature/10-rare-books4.htm Share on F

  • 04:17 This Lab-Grown Brain Made A Muscle TWITCH, Here’s How

    This Lab-Grown Brain Made A Muscle TWITCH, Here’s How

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    Growing brains can be a tricky process, but growing ones that can make muscles move? That's an incredible feat. Here's how scientists did it. How Close Are We to Farming Human Body Parts? - https://youtu.be/oRHxX9OW9ow Read More: Cerebral organoids at the

  • 05:48 Calculating Pi With Darts

    Calculating Pi With Darts

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    Subscribe to Veritasium http://youtube.com/veritasium Instagram: http://instagram.com/thephysicsgirl Physics Girl: http://physicsgirl.org/ Facebook: http://facebook.com/thephysicsgirl Twitter: http://twitter.com/thephysicsgirl Pi can be calculated using a

  • 02:52 Combating Floods On Alaskan Highways

    Combating Floods On Alaskan Highways

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    To prevent flooding and road closures that can cost up to $1 million per day, Alaska's Department of Transportation undertakes dangerous flood control work on top of frozen river channels. ALASKA MEGA MACHINES Wednesdays at 10/9c on Science http://www.sci

  • 03:37 Chinese Numbers 1 to 100 Song For Kids | 中文數字 1 到 100 | 歌為孩子 - Mandarin

    Chinese Numbers 1 to 100 Song For Kids | 中文數字 1 到 100 | 歌為孩子 - Mandarin

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    Learn how to count in Chinese with cartoon animals in this catchy song! | 學中文數字 Song Summary: Gerbils, bunnies and other friendly animals dance with big numbers and make learning Chinese numbers easy! 雪橇,兔子和其他友好的動物大量跳舞,使學習變得容易! Lyrics in Chinese | 歌詞中文 Ch

  • 03:03 How Was This Incredible Stadium Constructed?

    How Was This Incredible Stadium Constructed?

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    The stadium's twin arches soar over 300 ft above the playing field. Together, they distribute 19 million pounds of thrust into four concrete abutments. The superstructure supports a colossal retractable roof and sliding glass doors to create a one-of-a-ki

  • 03:46 Why The Price Of Coke Didn't Change For 70 Years | Planet Money | NPR

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

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    The thing about prices is they tend to change. But for 70 years, between 1886 and the late 1950s, the price of a Coca-Cola was a shiny nickel. Think about how crazy that is: Between 1886 and the late '50s, you had two world wars, prohibition, the Great De

  • 01:15 Popular Cute Puppy Falling Asleep. Golden Retriever Puppy

    Cute Puppy Falling Asleep. Golden Retriever Puppy

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    Cute puppy sleeping on the stairs. My golden retriever puppy, Cooper, thought sleeping on the stairs was a good idea (our bigger dog does it) it proved to be a bit of a challenge though. Sleepy Puppy. To use this video in a commercial player, advertising

  • 04:17 The Hunt for Patient Zero Is Important But Impossible

    The Hunt for Patient Zero Is Important But Impossible

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    Finding the source of a disease outbreak requires intensive detective work from health experts. But is finding Patient Zero even possible? How Did We Kill Smallpox? - https://youtu.be/zi5HIMgQCEA Sign Up For The Seeker Newsletter Here - http://bit.ly/1UO1

  • 01:03 Kulning - Ancient Swedish herdingcall

    Kulning - Ancient Swedish herdingcall

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    In the middle of the bright summernight I went out to call for the cows. I thought that maybe, something deep inside them, remember the sounds from the ancient times when people called for them over far distances. They came running, together with a millio

  • 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

  • 04:28 How to Build a Subway in One of the World's Most Crowded Cities

    How to Build a Subway in One of the World's Most Crowded Cities

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    India's financial capital, Mumbai, has taken on its biggest-ever infrastructure project to build a subway in a city where more than seven million commuters cram onto its creaky suburban railways. Video: Karan Deep Singh/WSJ Don’t miss a WSJ video, subscri


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