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  • 09:40 Why American public transit is so bad

    Why American public transit is so bad

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    Most Americans have no choice but to drive. How do we change that?What do you wish the presidential candidates would talk about? http://vox.com/ElectionVideosIn the middle of the 20th century, the US government made a decision that would transform America

  • 04:25 Pros And Cons Of Public Opinion Polls - Jason Robert Jaffe

    Pros And Cons Of Public Opinion Polls - Jason Robert Jaffe

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    View full lesson: http://ed.ted.com/lessons/pros-and-cons-of-public-opinion-polls-jason-robert-jaffe How do public opinion polls work? And, more importantly, are they accurate? Jason Robert Jaffe reveals the complexities and biases of polls and provides t

  • 09:50 Popular Public Opinion: Crash Course Government And Politics #33

    Public Opinion: Crash Course Government And Politics #33

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    So today, Craig is finally going to start talking about politics. Now up until this point we've specifically been looking at government - that is answering the questions of who, what, and how in relation to policies. But politics is different in that it l

  • 24:56 Hidden Secrets of the New York Public Library | Architectural Digest

    Hidden Secrets of the New York Public Library | Architectural Digest

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    Noted historians serve as your personal audio guide through a virtual walking tour of the New York Public Library. Find out about hidden details of the famed NYC building as these expert reveal the history behind the Winnie the Pooh toys, the Rose Main Re

  • 01:51 How America's Public Parks Were Born

    How America's Public Parks Were Born

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    Manhattan is home to one of America's best urban ideas: public parks. Learn how Central Park, the first of its kind, was given a completely visionary design that's since influenced cities around the country. From: AERIAL AMERICA: Man-Made Marvels http://b

  • 02:30 How a Fire Opened Buckingham Palace Up to the Public

    How a Fire Opened Buckingham Palace Up to the Public

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    In 1992, a fierce backlash about the repair cost of a fire-damaged Windsor Castle led to a startling royal decision: For the first time ever, Buckingham Palace would be opened to the public, to raise money for the renovation. From: INSIDE BUCKINGHAM PALAC

  • 02:49 VR Theme Park Hopes to Push Public Pickup

    VR Theme Park Hopes to Push Public Pickup

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    VR World is a virtual reality theme park that presents curated video games and 360-degree artistic cultural experiences in order to help the public overcome some of the barriers that have prevented mass adoption. The team wants to prime people for the VR

  • 06:27 The Country Where All Public Transit Is Free

    The Country Where All Public Transit Is Free

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    From March 1st 2020, Luxembourg will have free public transit throughout the country: you'll be able to travel on buses, trains, trams, and that one funicular railway without a ticket. It sounds like a good idea: but is it?Edited by Michelle Martin (@mrsm

  • 01:21 Amazing Wave Illusion: Public Media Art #1 "WAVE"

    Amazing Wave Illusion: Public Media Art #1 "WAVE"

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    Public Media Art #1 "WAVE" with Anamorphic illusion APR. 2020 We, d'strict specializes in designing, making, and delivering breathtaking visual content on Digital Out of Home. In order to offer the world a new experience, we are proud to announce some exc

  • 02:25 The New York Public Library Has a Human Google

    The New York Public Library Has a Human Google

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    At the New York Public Library, you can call a librarian who will answer any researchable question you might have. The help-line has been around for over 40 years, and to this day it receives more than 30,000 calls a year. Need to know the color of an arc

  • 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

  • 01:08 Public Enemy Number One | See It First | Ninjago | Cartoon Network

    Public Enemy Number One | See It First | Ninjago | Cartoon Network

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    After the Ninjas are labeled "enemies" by the world they used to protect, our heroes find themselves hunted by their old friend, Ronan. CN GAMES: http://bit.ly/CNGames SUBSCRIBE: http://bit.ly/109Y6wq WATCH MORE: http://bit.ly/24BwQHH About Lego Ninjago:

  • 01:07 Buddwick Public Library | Steven Universe | Cartoon Network

    Buddwick Public Library | Steven Universe | Cartoon Network

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    It's Steven's first time at a library! Watch an amazing 360 VR Video from SDCC with the cast of Steven Universe here: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=9D5tlrv0Hp4 CN GAMES: http://bit.ly/CNGames SUBSCRIBE: http://bit.ly/109Y6wq WATCH MORE: http://bit.ly/St

  • 11:56 THE FLOOR IS LAVA CHALLENGE IN PUBLIC!! - Crazy Family Moments

    THE FLOOR IS LAVA CHALLENGE IN PUBLIC!! - Crazy Family Moments

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    We play the floor is lava challenge in public plus all kinds of crazy family moments! Click Here To Join The Family! ► http://bit.ly/ehbeefamily Check us out at http://www.EhBeeFamily.com *******Follow Us******* TWITTER - http://twitter.com/EhBeeFamily FA

  • 02:55 How Dirty Are Public Restrooms?

    How Dirty Are Public Restrooms?

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    What is lurking in the bathroom? Subscribe! http://bit.ly/1FkxVLb ‖ Twitter! https://twitter.com/gross_science ‖ Tumblr! http://grossscience.tumblr.com/ ↓Want more info?↓ If you liked this episode, check out this awesome video by AsapSCIENCE, “Should You

  • 04:49 What happens when you bring meditation to public schools

    What happens when you bring meditation to public schools

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    Classrooms all over the country are trying something new: sitting and breathing. Subscribe to our channel! http://goo.gl/0bsAjO Vox.com is a news website that helps you cut through the noise and understand what's really driving the events in the headlines

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

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

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

  • 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

  • 01:23 Public piano performance played boogie - woogie  by Olivier (9 years old) at King's Cross Station

    Public piano performance played boogie - woogie by Olivier (9 years old) at King's Cross Station

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    Olivier (9 years old) plays boogie-woogie at the on the Kings Cross Station, London, U.K. - "Play me I'm yours" Subscribe for more

  • 05:38 If The Earth Gave Earth Day Awards | Presented by Ze Frank of True Facts

    If The Earth Gave Earth Day Awards | Presented by Ze Frank of True Facts

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    Mother Earth herself is giving out awards on the 50th Anniversary of Earth Day. Created by Ze Frank in collaboration with PBS NATURE and KQEDs Deep Look. Visit pbs.org/nature for more Earth Day content. Please LIKE and SUBSCRIBE if you enjoyed it! http://

  • 06:14 Popular The Good, the Bad and the Ugly - The Danish National Symphony Orchestra (Live)

    The Good, the Bad and the Ugly - The Danish National Symphony Orchestra (Live)

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    On January 2018, the Danish Broadcasting Corporation (DR) hosted three orchestral concerts called 'Duellen - Morricone trækker først' (The Dual - Morricone draws first) which included some of the soundtrack from various western and gangster m

  • 06:40 Why Is Oobleck Both Hard & Soft? | Home Science Experiment

    Why Is Oobleck Both Hard & Soft? | Home Science Experiment

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    Why does oobleck a mixture of cornflour and water behave so unusually? Rad Yeo throws eggs at this mysterious non-Newtonian fluid to show you how to make it at home. Subscribe to ABC Science YouTube https://ab.co/2YFO4GoLike: https://www.facebook.com/ABCS

  • 05:46 Testing Magnetic Fields At Home | Science Experiments

    Testing Magnetic Fields At Home | Science Experiments

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    You might not 'see' them' but magnetic forces are everywhere, from electric trains to contactless credit cards. And apparently dogs are able sense them let's put that to the test! Subscribe to ABC Science YouTube https://ab.co/2YFO4Go Here's the magnetore

  • 53:16 New Plastic Wars (full film) | FRONTLINE

    Plastic Wars (full film) | FRONTLINE

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    Have efforts to solve the plastic pollution problem made it worse? Go inside the battle over plastics, recycling and what’s at stake. This journalism is made possible by viewers like you. Support your local PBS station here: http://www.pbs.org/donat

  • 06:20 How to reduce your food's carbon footprint | Your Planet

    How to reduce your food's carbon footprint | Your Planet

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    A community in Brisbane is reducing their carbon footprint by embracing a local, seasonal food system, which supports farmers in their region and reduces food miles. Subscribe to ABC Science YouTube https://ab.co/2YFO4Go Create your own community solution

  • 01:15 Filming the High Line: Day One

    Filming the High Line: Day One

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    Called the "Miracle above Manhattan" by National Geographic, the High Line, built on a defunct railroad line in New York City's West Side, is an elevated public park, an historic site, and a cultural center. Enjoy the first of many video blogs from on-loc

  • 06:02 Growing Tomatoes Indoors With 94% Less Water And No Soil

    Growing Tomatoes Indoors With 94% Less Water And No Soil

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    With climate change and rising populations, we have to find more sustainable ways to farm our food. Are hydroponic greenhouses the key to farming's future? Subscribe to ABC Science YouTube https://ab.co/2YFO4Go This is an excerpt from the Australian docum

  • 07:18 Did asteroids bring life to Earth? | Catalyst

    Did asteroids bring life to Earth? | Catalyst

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    Fifty years ago, a meteorite landed in regional Victoria, Australia. We now know those charred rocks contained complex organic compounds with clues as to how life kickstarted on Earth. Subscribe to ABC Science YouTube https://ab.co/2YFO4Go This is an exce

  • 04:33 Great Museums Television: Highlights

    Great Museums Television: Highlights

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    GREAT MUSEUMS is an award-winning television series celebrating the museum world—in the U.S. and abroad—created by executive producers Marc Doyle and Chesney Blankenstein Doyle. The series opens the doors of museums to millions of viewers through public t

  • 02:01 Heaven Sent: Skydiver Luke Aikins jumps 25000 feet without parachute

    Heaven Sent: Skydiver Luke Aikins jumps 25000 feet without parachute

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    Millions of people across the globe held their breath as American skydiver Luke Aikins jumped out of a plane to fall into a net 25,000 feet (7,620 m) below. The daring stunt is now in the history books as the first complete jump without a parachute. READ

  • 00:24 Teleoperation of RC car from inside a cylindrical dome

    Teleoperation of RC car from inside a cylindrical dome

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    We just had a cylindrical dome installed at our office! Our Player now supports calibrating a dome with several projectors and short-latency rendering to domes. Our initial tests indicate that teleoperation in a dome outperforms other screen alternatives

  • 07:46 Merrie Melodies | Daffy Duck and the Dinosaur (Classic Cartoon)

    Merrie Melodies | Daffy Duck and the Dinosaur (Classic Cartoon)

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    Public Domain, 1939.

  • 14:55 Popeye the Sailor Man | Popeye the Sailor Meets Sindbad the Sailor (Classic Cartoon)

    Popeye the Sailor Man | Popeye the Sailor Meets Sindbad the Sailor (Classic Cartoon)

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    Public Domain, 1936.

  • 07:37 Superman | Volcano (Classic Cartoon)

    Superman | Volcano (Classic Cartoon)

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    Public Domain, 1942.

  • 07:41 Looney Tunes | The Ducktators (Classic Cartoon)

    Looney Tunes | The Ducktators (Classic Cartoon)

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    Public Domain, 1942.

  • 06:41 Looney Tunes | Wackiki Wabbit (Classic Cartoon)

    Looney Tunes | Wackiki Wabbit (Classic Cartoon)

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    Public Domain, 1943.

  • 08:12 Looney Tunes | Case of the Missing Hare (Classic Cartoon)

    Looney Tunes | Case of the Missing Hare (Classic Cartoon)

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    Public Domain, 1942.

  • 08:07 Merrie Melodies | The Wabbit Who Came to Supper (Classic Cartoon)

    Merrie Melodies | The Wabbit Who Came to Supper (Classic Cartoon)

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    Public Domain, 1942.

  • 06:43 Looney Tunes | Yankee Doodle Daffy (Classic Cartoon)

    Looney Tunes | Yankee Doodle Daffy (Classic Cartoon)

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    Public Domain, 1943.

  • 06:37 Woody Woodpecker | Pantry Panic (Classic Cartoon)

    Woody Woodpecker | Pantry Panic (Classic Cartoon)

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    Public Domain, 1941.

  • 06:37 Looney Tunes | To Duck or not To Duck (Classic Cartoon)

    Looney Tunes | To Duck or not To Duck (Classic Cartoon)

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    Public Domain, 1943.

  • 08:37 Superman | Billion Dollar Limited (Classic Cartoon)

    Superman | Billion Dollar Limited (Classic Cartoon)

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    Public Domain, 1942.

  • 08:09 Merrie Melodies | Foney Fables (Classic Cartoon)

    Merrie Melodies | Foney Fables (Classic Cartoon)

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    Public Domain, 1942.

  • 02:56 SkyDrive Piloted Flight Demo

    SkyDrive Piloted Flight Demo

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    SkyDrive performed the first public flight demonstration of its SD-03 eVTOL on Aug. 25, 2020. The flight took place at the 10,000-square-meter (approximately 2.5-acre) Toyota Test Field, which is one of the largest test fields in Japan and home to the com

  • 02:48 Waymo's fully self-driving cars are here

    Waymo's fully self-driving cars are here

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    Waymo, which started as the Google self-driving car project in 2009, is ready for the next phase. Starting now, Waymo’s fully self-driving vehicles — the most advanced self-driving vehicles on the road today — are test-driving on public

  • 04:56 How To Be Present With Mindfulness (5 Minute) | Natural Mindful

    How To Be Present With Mindfulness (5 Minute) | Natural Mindful

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    Meditate all around Australia with this series of free guided mindfulness sessions. From the peaceful Snowy Mountains to the serene coastal desert, unwind and take five for your mental health. Subscribe to ABC Science YouTube https://ab.co/2YFO4Go Mindful

  • 10:28 The Origianl First Superman Cartoon | The Mad Scientist

    The Origianl First Superman Cartoon | The Mad Scientist

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    This is the first Superman Cartoon. Public Domain, 1941.

  • 04:56 Guided Meditation For Calming The Mind (5 Minutes) | Natural Mindful

    Guided Meditation For Calming The Mind (5 Minutes) | Natural Mindful

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    Meditate all around Australia with this series of free guided mindfulness sessions. From the peaceful Snowy Mountains to the serene coastal desert, unwind and take five for your mental health. Subscribe to ABC Science YouTube https://ab.co/2YFO4Go Mindful

  • 05:45 Epidemiologist-Designed, No-Sew face Mask to Protect Yourself and Others from Coronavirus COVID-19

    Epidemiologist-Designed, No-Sew face Mask to Protect Yourself and Others from Coronavirus COVID-19

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    Everyone should wear a mask in public during this pandemic. Our no-sew mask is easily constructed from materials you already own in 10 minutes, and does not contribute to the shortage of masks needed by frontline workers. This video also explains how publ

  • 06:02 Should Everyone wear Masks?

    Should Everyone wear Masks?

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    WHO recommends masks to be worn by the following people:People who are either sick or showing symptoms.Also, by those who are caring for people suspected of having coronavirus.As per WHO, medical masks should be reserved for healthcare workers.WHO is not

  • 06:38 Tragedy of the Commons

    Tragedy of the Commons

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    How public resources can be abused More free lessons at: http://www.khanacademy.org/video?v=0b2Tl0x-niw

  • 04:01 Curly Takes the Stand

    Curly Takes the Stand

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    Curly Howard testifies in the public domain classic "Disorder in the Court." He's a victim of circumstance!

  • 14:30 An IPO

    An IPO

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    The initial public offering of our online sock company. More free lessons at: http://www.khanacademy.org/video?v=ywOr4OYqXOs

  • 03:51 How Does A Slinky Fall?

    How Does A Slinky Fall?

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    Some months a go I filmed a slinky falling in slow motion. Now I have interviewed the public about what they expect to happen for ABC TV's Catalyst program and this is the result.

  • Popular NASA Live: Official Stream of NASA TV

    NASA Live: Official Stream of NASA TV

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    Direct from America's space program to YouTube, watch NASA TV live streaming here to get the latest from our exploration of the universe and learn how we discover our home planet. NASA TV airs a variety of regularly scheduled, pre-recorded educational and

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  • 17:28 Popular Martin Luther King | "I Have A Dream" Speech

    Martin Luther King | "I Have A Dream" Speech

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    One of the most famous speeches of the 20th century by Martin Luther King on Wednesday, August 28, 1963, at the Lincoln Memorial in Washington DC. A heartfelt speech which reminds us our all our fundamental rights and values. "I Have A Dream" is the popul

  • 01:05 Isabella Stewart Gardner Museum (webisode)

    Isabella Stewart Gardner Museum (webisode)

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    Great Museums TV presents a preview of "The Isabella Stewart Gardner Museum: Collective Vision". This episode aired on national public television stations across the country. A patron with exquisite taste and a zest for life, Isabella Stewart Gardner trav

  • 18:41 The Wall,

    The Wall,

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    A look at the landmark cases that have helped defined the role religion can play in public schools. Check out www.hiphughes.com for hundreds of social studies videos, teachertips and other fun stuff!

  • 11:47 More on IPOs

    More on IPOs

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    Public vs. Private Equity. Why people buy equity to begin with. More free lessons at: http://www.khanacademy.org/video?v=opEy6iN9kqc

  • 03:13 The YikeBike Is Like A Modern-Day Electric Big Wheel

    The YikeBike Is Like A Modern-Day Electric Big Wheel

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    This is the YikeBike. An electric bike you can fold. It’s small enough to fit on public transit and light enough to carry. The bike can go up to 14.3 mph. It has a range of up to 12.5 miles. A full recharge will take 90 minutes. It has permanent LED light

  • 50:36 A World of Art: The Metropolitan Museum of Art

    A World of Art: The Metropolitan Museum of Art

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    Founded in 1870, the Metropolitan Museum of Art in New York City is a three dimensional encyclopedia of art history. Produced for Public Television by Great Museums TV. For more information, visit http://greatmuseums.org.

  • 07:17 Freedom Of The Press: Crash Course Government And Politics #26

    Freedom Of The Press: Crash Course Government And Politics #26

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    Today, Craig is going to finish up our discussion of the First Amendment with freedom of the press. Like an individual's right to free speech, the press has a right, and arguably responsibility, to tell the public what the government is doing. But of cour

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  • 56:43 Curious About Cuba: The Great Museums of Havana

    Curious About Cuba: The Great Museums of Havana

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    "Curious About Cuba" shows a side of this island nation that we seldom hear about: her art, history, and culture. Produced for Public Television by Great Museums TV. For more information, visit http://greatmuseums.org.

  • 26:38 Collective Vision: The Isabella Stewart Gardner Museum

    Collective Vision: The Isabella Stewart Gardner Museum

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    Isabella Stewart Gardner traveled the globe for over three decades, assembling one of the world's most remarkable art collections. Produced for Public Television by Great Museums TV. For more information, visit http://greatmuseums.org.

  • 09:44 Movies are Magic: Crash Course Film History #1

    Movies are Magic: Crash Course Film History #1

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    Well, they're not really "magic." Maybe "illusion" is a better way to say it. As we begin this journey of the history of cinema, we need to understand how movies trick our brains into even understanding that a movie is a movie. In this episode of Crash Co

  • 03:17 Smithsonian National Zoo (webisode)

    Smithsonian National Zoo (webisode)

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    A brief look at Great Museums' episode featuring the Smithsonian National Zoo and its efforts to save endangered species of our planet, which aired on Public Television in Fall 2008. Click on http://greatmuseums.org for more information.

  • 05:57 The real reason streetcars are making a comeback

    The real reason streetcars are making a comeback

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    It’s mostly about economic development. Subscribe to our channel! http://goo.gl/0bsAjO Starting in the late 20th century, modern streetcar proposals started rippling across municipalities in the United States. They’re touted as infrastructure carrying ben

  • 26:26 Face of America: The Ellis Island Immigration Museum

    Face of America: The Ellis Island Immigration Museum

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    More than 100 million Americans can trace their ancestry to New York's Ellis Island. Hear some of their fascinating stories about their voyage to America in this Great Museums TV special produced for Public Television. For more information, visit http://g

  • 27:30 The Blues Lives On: The Delta Blues Museum

    The Blues Lives On: The Delta Blues Museum

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    Located in Clarksdale, Mississippi, this museum tells the powerful story of the origins of the Delta Blues. Narrated by Morgan Freeman. Produced for Public Television by Great Museums TV. For more information, visit http://greatmuseums.org.

  • 26:38 Horse Power: The National Museum of Racing

    Horse Power: The National Museum of Racing

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    Learn the history of thoroughbred horse racing at the National Racing Museum and Hall of Fame. Produced for Public Television by Great Museums TV. For more information, visit http://greatmuseums.org.

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

    Richard Dawkins Debates Deepak Chopra Whether Cells Have Consciousness

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

  • 03:02 Why Build A Clock That Will Last 10,000 Years?

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

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    Inventor Danny Hillis is working with a team of futurists and engineers to build the 10,000 Year Clock, a multimillennial timekeeper. Designed as a symbol of long-term thinking, the formidable piece will be assembled and housed in a mountain in West Texas

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  • 56:43 China: West Meets East at The Metropolitan Museum of Art

    China: West Meets East at The Metropolitan Museum of Art

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    The Metropolitan Museum of Art in New York City is home to the finest collection of Chinese masterpieces of any museum outside of China. Produced for Public Television by Great Museums TV. For more information, visit http://greatmuseums.org.

  • 56:37 In Our Time: The Museum of Modern Art

    In Our Time: The Museum of Modern Art

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    What do the superstars of modern art have in common with the Vincent Black Shadow motorcyle? They share the stage at New York City's Museum of Modern Art, also known as MoMA. Produced for Public Television by Great Museums TV. For more information, visit

  • 03:08 China: West Meets East at The Metropolitan Museum of Art - A Webisode

    China: West Meets East at The Metropolitan Museum of Art - A Webisode

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    A preview of the Great Museums episode titled "China: West Meets East at the Metropolitan Museum of Art". A public television tribute to the 2008 Beijing Olympics, we learn in this clip what distinguishes Chinese art from Western art. Click on http://grea

  • 04:12 What Will We Name the Solar Systems Next Planet? || PLANET X??

    What Will We Name the Solar Systems Next Planet? || PLANET X??

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    In 2006, Pluto was reclassified as a dwarf planet. This had two main effects on our solar system: it reduced the number of recognized planets to eight, and left many Earthlings very sad. But Plutos demotion reignited a conversation that scientists have ha

  • 11:30 Why This Stuff Costs $2700 Trillion Per Gram

    Why This Stuff Costs $2700 Trillion Per Gram

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    Physics Girl is on Patreon! https://www.patreon.com/physicsgirl Theres a factory in Europe that makes antimatter! Its the rarest, most expensive, and potentially the most dangerous material on earth. Scientists dont know why this material is so rare. Anti

  • 06:29 Social distancing during coronavirus, explained by an expert

    Social distancing during coronavirus, explained by an expert

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    To fight coronavirus, we need to change how we live.Read more about the coronavirus pandemic at http://vox.com/coronavirusSocial distancing, also called physical distancing, is the best way to slow the spread of coronavirus and save lives in your communit

  • 03:00 What Can You Learn From Ancient Poop?

    What Can You Learn From Ancient Poop?

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    Fossilized poop, called coprolites, can reveal surprising secrets about the past.Subscribe! http://bit.ly/1FkxVLb Twitter! https://twitter.com/gross_science Tumblr! http://grossscience.tumblr.com/Want more info?More on Coprolite preservation and analysis:

  • 03:33 Great Museums TV Series:  Highlights

    Great Museums TV Series: Highlights

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    A highlights reel featuring some of the most memorable episodes of Great Museums to appear on public television. A full listing of Great Museums episodes can be found at www.GreatMuseums.org.

  • 56:43 Home Base: The National Baseball Hall of Fame and Museum

    Home Base: The National Baseball Hall of Fame and Museum

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    Established in 1936, the Baseball Hall of Fame and Museum in Cooperstown, New York is a wonderful place to explore America's favorite pastime and the great players who make it so popular. Produced for Public Television by Great Museums TV. For more inform

  • 03:52 Billie Eilish Gets Candid About Tourette Syndrome

    Billie Eilish Gets Candid About Tourette Syndrome

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    Billie Eilish spoke candidly with Ellen about living with Tourette Syndrome, and why she decided to go public with it only last year. Plus, the 17-year-old pop star talked about celebrities like Paul McCartney and Sporty Spice, who she couldn’t beli

  • 03:25 Great Museums of Havana: Curious about Cuba (webisode)

    Great Museums of Havana: Curious about Cuba (webisode)

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    A preview of Great MuseumsTV's episode featuring the museums of Cuba, including the City of old Havana - a living museum - which aired on public television stations in December 2008. GREAT MUSEUMS OF HAVANA: CURIOUS ABOUT CUBA -- narrated by Mariel Heming

  • 13:07 Where Does the Poop in Antarctica Go? | Antarctic Extremes

    Where Does the Poop in Antarctica Go? | Antarctic Extremes

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    What happens to all the garbageand human poopin Antarctica?Subscribe! https://www.youtube.com/c/pbsterra?suAntarctica is home to McMurdo Station, the U.S. Antarctic Programs base of operations, and a handful of other research stations. These stations are

  • 03:27 Liquid Nitrogen Geyser - Simulating Old Faithful in Yellowstone Park

    Liquid Nitrogen Geyser - Simulating Old Faithful in Yellowstone Park

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    Craig Beals was inspired in Yellowstone National Park at Old Faithful Geyser to make a demonstration to show how a geyser works. But, instead of using super-heated water, like in a geyser, he uses liquid nitrogen. Liquid nitrogen boils at room temperature

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

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

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  • 26:55 Trial By Fire: The New York City Fire Museum

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  • 56:43 Wild Thing: The Smithsonian National Zoo

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

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    How To Find Your Own Seafood | The Salt | NPR

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  • 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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    The Evolution Of Parenting | Goats & Soda | NPR

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    Baby Talk | Let's Talk | NPR

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

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

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

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    Do Cities Need More Green Roofs? | NPR

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

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    Foraging a Wild Lunch | The Salt | NPR

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

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    How to beat nerves! | Cosmic Kids Zen Den - Mindfulness for kids

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  • 03:01 Radiation vs Radioactive Atoms

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  • 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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    These photos ended child labor in the US

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  • 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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    Can You Really Name A Star?

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  • 01:44 Invention Stories: How Sick Cows Led to a Blockbuster Drug | Joe's Big Idea | NPR

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

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

    How To Make Salsa Verde Tamales | Passport Kitchen | NPR

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  • 56:43 Riches Rivals&Radicals: 100 Years of Museums in America

    Riches Rivals&Radicals: 100 Years of Museums in America

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    Tricky Spoon Riddle - What happens to your reflection if you bend a spoon inward?

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

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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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    The Power of Expectations | Invisibilia | NPR

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  • 01:46 The Courage To Invent: A NASA Roboticist Tells Her Story | Joe's Big Idea| NPR

    The Courage To Invent: A NASA Roboticist Tells Her Story | Joe's Big Idea| NPR

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    NASA’s TESS Catches a Comet

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    Why It’s Usually Hotter In A City | Let's Talk | NPR

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  • 02:41 When Daydreaming Gets In The Way Of Real Life | Invisibilia | NPR

    When Daydreaming Gets In The Way Of Real Life | Invisibilia | NPR

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    As a child, M spent hours daydreaming, crafting storylines based off her favorite cartoons and sci-fi books. This fantasy world was more exciting, more vivid than the real world. But as M got older, her daydreaming habit didn't go away. In this excerpt fr

  • 03:54 The Food Of The Future | Elise Tries | NPR

    The Food Of The Future | Elise Tries | NPR

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    Japan has the most aged society in the world, and as a result, a growing number of senior citizens there are dying in accidental choking deaths. For the past ten years, choking has killed more Japanese than traffic accidents. To prevent these unnecessary

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    Eating Dandelions | The Salt | NPR

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    Dandelions are much more than just unwanted weeds, according to expert forager and nutritionist Debbie Naha—they make a delicious (and nutritious) snack. Naha took us foraging for dandelions at Little Buffalo State Park in Newport, Pa. She advises to pick

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    These smart palm trees in Dubai can charge your phone and provide free Wi-Fi

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  • 04:45 Baseball Hall of Fame 5 of 10: Sacred Home

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  • 01:53 Why is 2 Degrees of Climate Change a Big Deal? | Let's Talk | NPR

    Why is 2 Degrees of Climate Change a Big Deal? | Let's Talk | NPR

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    Baseball Hall of Fame 6 of 10: Game of Change

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    Stealth - How Does It Work? (Northrop B-2 Spirit)

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  • 08:09 Telepathy Is Already Possible With a Brain-Computer Interface  | Future You | NPR

    Telepathy Is Already Possible With a Brain-Computer Interface | Future You | NPR

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    A Journey to the Centre of the Sun - with Lucie Green

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    Exploring Antarcticas Glaciers (with a PlayStation Controller) | Antarctic Extremes

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    How the Stock Market Works

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    A virtual time machine for Venice

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    What Is CRISPR & How Could It Edit Your DNA?

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    Baseball Hall of Fame 9 of 10: Diamonds Are Forever

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    The ninth installment of 10 webisodes featuring The National Baseball Hall of Fame, produced by Great Museums TV using footage from the shoot for the original GREAT MUSEUMS episode which aired on national public television. For more information, visit htt

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    Baseball Hall of Fame 8 of 10: Swinging In The Seventies

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    The eighth installment of 10 webisodes featuring The National Baseball Hall of Fame, produced by Great Museums TV using footage from the shoot for the original GREAT MUSEUMS episode which aired on national public television. For more information, visit ht

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    Baseball Hall of Fame 7 of 10: Lightning In A Bottle

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    The seventh installment of 10 webisodes featuring The National Baseball Hall of Fame, produced by Great Museums TV using footage from the shoot for the original GREAT MUSEUMS episode which aired on national public television. For more information, visit h

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    Baseball Hall of Fame 10 of 10: Connecting the Generations

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    Do we really need pesticides? - Fernan Pérez-Gálvez

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    View full lesson: http://ed.ted.com/lessons/do-we-really-need-pesticides-fernan-perez-galvez Annually, we shower over 5 billion pounds of pesticides across the Earth to control insects, unwanted weeds, funguses, rodents, and bacteria that may threaten our

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    How Stress Affects Your Brain - Madhumita Murgia

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    Baseball Hall of Fame Webisode 1 of 10: Home Base

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    Citicorp Center | NYC skyscraper saved by a students question

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    Lines of Light: How Analog Television Works

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    Binary And Multiple Stars: Crash Course Astronomy #34

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    Double stars are stars that appear to be near each other in the sky, but if they’re gravitationally bound together we call them binary stars. Many stars are actually part of binary or multiple systems. If they are close enough together they can actually t

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    An Animated History of Transportation

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    What is a fractal? A lens to infinity

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    Baseball Hall of Fame 3 of 10: Going Pro

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    Baseball Hall of Fame 4 of 10: Autumn Glory

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  • 10:05 What Brain-Controlled Exoskeletons Mean For You  | Future You | NPR

    What Brain-Controlled Exoskeletons Mean For You | Future You | NPR

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  • 11:50 Exoplanets: Crash Course Astronomy #27

    Exoplanets: Crash Course Astronomy #27

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    Great Museums: Elevated Thinking: The High Line in New York City

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    Narrated by actress Susan Sarandon, this hour-long documentary film showcases the High Line, a most unusual and unlikely public park. Since opening in 2009, it has become a top global tourist destination, with nearly 5 million visitors annually. Since 199

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    2lbs of Cheese For Every American | Planet Money | NPR

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    There is an argument that our country has to be able to produce its own food because if our farmers go out of business and we become reliant on other countries for food, then that is a kind of national security risk.In 1976, Jimmy Carter made a single cam

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    Box jellyfish stings kill—but how often?

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  • 05:50 The City of Golf Carts

    The City of Golf Carts

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    Do as the Romans: Construct an Aqueduct!

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    Why New Yorkers Insisted On a "Worse" Subway Map - Cheddar Explains

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    Body Code

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    Britain's Largest Battery Is Actually A Lake

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    World's Largest Van de Graff Generator

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    Science Bob visits the world's largest Van de Graaff generator on display at the Museum of Science in Boston, USA. The generator was generously donated to the Museum by the Massachusetts Institute of Technology. Designed and built by Dr. Robert J. Van de

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    What Did John Snow Know About Cholera? - with James Grime

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  • 04:07 How Exposing Anonymous Companies Could Cut Down On Crime - Global Witness

    How Exposing Anonymous Companies Could Cut Down On Crime - Global Witness

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    Why Murals? | The Art Assignment | PBS Digital Studios

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    Today we're going to continue our discussion of public art, this time focusing on murals. We've invited Richard McCoy back to the studio to share with us what exactly murals are, where they came from, and how they can contribute to the betterment of the c

  • 05:13 Why we need national parks - Elyse Cox

    Why we need national parks - Elyse Cox

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    Explore the creation of national parks and the importance of finding a balance between public use and ecological preservation.--In 1903, US President Theodore Roosevelt took a camping trip in Californias Yosemite Valley with conservationist John Muir. Roo

  • 01:57 Coronavirus Animation: High Impact Demonstrates How COVID-19 Impacts the Body

    Coronavirus Animation: High Impact Demonstrates How COVID-19 Impacts the Body

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    14 Songs That 'Rip Off' Classical Music

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    To get $30 off Soundcore Liberty 2 Pro ear buds use the promo code DAVIDL2P30 at the links below: UK viewers: https://amzn.to/2uSuzB5 US viewers: https://amzn.to/322PVYY (The discount is for a limited time only. UK shoppers won't need to apply the promo c

  • 04:47 How Plastic Made Things Too Cheap | Planet Money | NPR

    How Plastic Made Things Too Cheap | Planet Money | NPR

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    This is the story of the moldable, affordable, miracle product of the modern age - Plastic.The story starts with some frustrated electrical scientists and a clever chemist named Leo Baekeland. A century ago stuff was expensive. Back then, people relied on

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    The 170-Year Search for a Planet Beyond Neptune I NOVA I PBS

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  • 05:00 The Race To Sequence The Human Genome - Tien Nguyen

    The Race To Sequence The Human Genome - Tien Nguyen

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    View full lesson: http://ed.ted.com/lessons/the-race-to-sequence-the-human-genome-tien-nguyen In 1990, The Human Genome Project proposed to sequence the entire human genome over 15 years with $3 billion of public funds. Then, seven years before its schedu

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  • 02:07 Archimedes by Douglas Hollis  | Exploratorium

    Archimedes by Douglas Hollis | Exploratorium

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    The Exploratorium commissioned San Francisco artist Douglas Hollis to create the newest public artwork in our Over the Water series. Archimedes, is a reimagined, thirtieth anniversary edition of Listening Vessels, a beloved and iconic Exploratorium exhibi

  • 07:04 LOONEY TUNES (Looney Toons): All This and Rabbit Stew (Bugs Bunny) (1941) (Remastered HD)

    LOONEY TUNES (Looney Toons): All This and Rabbit Stew (Bugs Bunny) (1941) (Remastered HD)

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    All This and Rabbit Stew is a one-reel animated cartoon short subject in the Merrie Melodies series, produced in Technicolor and released to theatres on September 20, 1941 by Warner Bros. and Vitaphone. It was produced by Leon Schlesinger and directed by

  • 10:26 10 Cartoon Characters That Have Copies in Real Life

    10 Cartoon Characters That Have Copies in Real Life

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  • 04:39 Watch a prodigy create -- from four notes in a hat

    Watch a prodigy create -- from four notes in a hat

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    60 Minutes pulls four musical notes out of hat, and young composer Alma Deutscher takes off, improvising a piano sonata in under a minute Subscribe to the "60 Minutes" Channel HERE: http://bit.ly/1S7CLRu Watch Full Episodes of "60 Minutes" HERE: http://cb

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  • 08:18 Is Global Warming Causing All Of These Hurricanes?

    Is Global Warming Causing All Of These Hurricanes?

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    A Short History Of Humans And Germs: Humans Get A Clue | Goats & Soda | NPR

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    For most of human history, we had a lot of bad ideas about how we were getting sick: angry gods, misaligned planets, stinky fumes. We also had plenty of bad ideas about how to prevent it, like bloodletting, large holes in the head and drinking arsenic. Th

  • 02:12 What is a Horsepower?

    What is a Horsepower?

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    When it comes to car engines and automobiles, most of us know one word in particular—horsepower. But where does that term come from? And what is a horsepower anyway? -- Producer/Video by: Jason Lederman Research: Sara Chodosh Narrator: Jessica Boddy Media

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