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  • 05:20 The Great Brain Debate - Ted Altschuler

    The Great Brain Debate - Ted Altschuler

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    View full lesson: http://ed.ted.com/lessons/the-great-brain-debate-ted-altschuler Throughout history, scientists have proposed conflicting ideas on how the brain carries out functions like perception, memory, and movement. Is each of these tasks carried o

  • 06:43 Animation Basics: The Art Of Timing And Spacing - TED-Ed

    Animation Basics: The Art Of Timing And Spacing - TED-Ed

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    View full lesson: http://ed.ted.com/lessons/animation-basics-the-art-of-timing-and-spacing-ted-ed Expert timing and spacing is what separates a slide show from a truly amazing animation. TED-Ed demonstrates, by manipulating various bouncing balls, how the

  • 05:12 Animation Basics: The Optical Illusion Of Motion - TED-Ed

    Animation Basics: The Optical Illusion Of Motion - TED-Ed

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    View full lesson: http://ed.ted.com/lessons/animation-basics-the-optical-illusion-of-motion-ted-ed How do animators make still images come to life? Are the images really moving, or are they merely an optical illusion? TED-Ed takes you behind the scenes to

  • 04:26 Could We Cure HIV With Lasers? | Patience Mthunzi | TED Talks

    Could We Cure HIV With Lasers? | Patience Mthunzi | TED Talks

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    Swallowing pills to get medication is a quick, painless and often not entirely effective way of treating disease. A potentially better way? Lasers. In this passionate talk, TED Fellow Patience Mthunzi explains her idea to use lasers to deliver drugs direc

  • 04:38 A Brief History Of Religion In Art - TED-Ed

    A Brief History Of Religion In Art - TED-Ed

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    View full lesson: http://ed.ted.com/lessons/a-brief-history-of-religion-in-art-ted-ed Before we began putting art into museums, art mostly served as the visual counterpart to religious stories. Are these theological paintings, sculptures, textiles and ill

  • 05:04 Making A TED-Ed Lesson: Visualizing Complex Ideas

    Making A TED-Ed Lesson: Visualizing Complex Ideas

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    View full lesson: http://ed.ted.com/lessons/making-a-ted-ed-lesson-visualizing-complex-ideas View original lesson: http://ed.ted.com/lessons/exploration-on-the-big-data-frontier-tim-smith How can animation convey complex, intangible concepts? A visual met

  • 03:26 Grammar's Great Divide: The Oxford Comma - TED-Ed

    Grammar's Great Divide: The Oxford Comma - TED-Ed

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    View full lesson: http://ed.ted.com/lessons/grammar-s-great-divide-the-oxford-comma-ted-ed If you read "Bob, a DJ and a clown" on a guest list, are three people coming to the party, or only...

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  • 09:00 These Robots Come To The Rescue After A Disaster | Robin Murphy | TED Talks

    These Robots Come To The Rescue After A Disaster | Robin Murphy | TED Talks

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    When disaster strikes, who's first on the scene? More and more, it’s a robot. In her lab, Robin Murphy builds robots that fly, tunnel, swim and crawl through disaster scenes, helping firefighters and rescue workers save more lives safely — and help commun

  • 12:09 The Math Behind Basketball's Wildest Moves | Rajiv Maheswaran | TED Talks

    The Math Behind Basketball's Wildest Moves | Rajiv Maheswaran | TED Talks

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    Basketball is a fast-moving game of improvisation, contact and, ahem, spatio-temporal pattern recognition. Rajiv Maheswaran and his colleagues are analyzing the movements behind the key plays of the game, to help coaches and players combine intuition with

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  • 23:08 A Rare Interview With The Mathematician Who Cracked Wall Street | Jim Simons | TED Talks

    A Rare Interview With The Mathematician Who Cracked Wall Street | Jim Simons | TED Talks

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    Jim Simons was a mathematician and cryptographer who realized: the complex math he used to break codes could help explain patterns in the world of finance. Billions later, he’s working to support the next generation of math teachers and scholars. TED’s Ch

  • 15:39 This New Telescope Might Show Us The Beginning Of The Universe | Wendy Freedman | TED Talks

    This New Telescope Might Show Us The Beginning Of The Universe | Wendy Freedman | TED Talks

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    When and how did the universe begin? A global group of astronomers wants to answer that question by peering as far back in time as a large new telescope will let us see. Wendy Freedman headed the creation of the Giant Magellan Telescope, under constructio

  • 16:10 How Quantum Biology Might Explain Life’s Biggest Questions | Jim Al-Khalili | TED Talks

    How Quantum Biology Might Explain Life’s Biggest Questions | Jim Al-Khalili | TED Talks

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    How does a robin know to fly south? The answer might be weirder than you think: Quantum physics may be involved. Jim Al-Khalili rounds up the extremely new, extremely strange world of quantum biology, where something Einstein once called “spooky action at

  • 03:18 Let's Make History…by Recording It - StoryCorps & TED Prize

    Let's Make History…by Recording It - StoryCorps & TED Prize

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    View full lesson: http://ed.ted.com/lessons/let-s-make-history-by-recording-it-storycorps-ted-prize Download the StoryCorps app here: http://ow.ly/UZarA What if Anne Frank hadn’t kept a diary? What if no one could listen to Martin Luther King’s Mountainto

  • 04:51 Why can't you divide by zero? - TED-Ed

    Why can't you divide by zero? - TED-Ed

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    Check out our Patreon page: https://www.patreon.com/teded View full lesson: https://ed.ted.com/lessons/why-can-t-you-divide-by-zero In the world of math, many strange results are possible when we change the rules. But there’s one rule that most of us have

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  • 05:08 TED-Ed - Flatland

    TED-Ed - Flatland

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    I was invited to collaborate with TED-Ed to create an animation to introduce the novella "Flatland" by Edwin A. Abbott. I was responsible for all aspects of design, animation, and execution. David Housden shared his amazing score from the Thomas was Alone

  • 01:06 TED-Ed Earth Day Medley

    TED-Ed Earth Day Medley

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    For Earth Day, we decided to create a short video that shows off the animated Earths from all of our TED-Ed lessons. We gathered more than 60 beautifully designed Planet Earths from over 600 animated lessons, and we’re so excited to share the results with

  • 05:58 Starting a Food Revolution in School | TED + GBS Present Torchbearers

    Starting a Food Revolution in School | TED + GBS Present Torchbearers

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    When students at London’s Charlton Manor Primary School learn about history, they use chocolate. In math class, they weigh and measure fruit smoothies. For a lesson in shapes and sizes, they utilize bananas and grapes. Taking inspiration from world-renown

  • 24:18 Minecraft | TED THE MYSTERIOUS PIG..

    Minecraft | TED THE MYSTERIOUS PIG..

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    Minecraft | TED THE MYSTERIOUS PIG.. ► Subscribe and join TeamTDM! :: http://bit.ly/TxtGm8 ► Follow Me on Twitter :: http://www.twitter.com/DiamondMinecart ► Previous video :: https://youtu.be/k3e8XsJRlXw Today, we are playing another Minecraft Custom Map

  • 07:21 Bringing Medicine to the World’s Forgotten Corners | TED + GBS Present Torchbearers

    Bringing Medicine to the World’s Forgotten Corners | TED + GBS Present Torchbearers

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    One billion people in the world lack basic access to healthcare. Dr. Raj Panjabi has dedicated his work to bringing medical attention to the blind spots of the global health system. Through his organization, Last Mile Health, he targets underserved commun

  • 06:01 Meet the 90-Year-Old Armchair Archaeologist | TED + GBS Present Torchbearers

    Meet the 90-Year-Old Armchair Archaeologist | TED + GBS Present Torchbearers

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    Space archaeologist Sarah Parcak is a modern-day Indiana Jones. She analyzes satellite imagery in order to find ancient sites hidden from view. With GlobalXplorer, an online platform using the power of the crowd to find, protect and monitor archaeological

  • 05:20 Gumball | You Just Got Bus-ted | The Allergy | Cartoon Network

    Gumball | You Just Got Bus-ted | The Allergy | Cartoon Network

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    Subscribe to The Amazing World of Gumball - http://bit.ly/2gjL91JFollow 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 his best bud

  • 14:27 How a typeface helped launch Apollo | Douglas Thomas

    How a typeface helped launch Apollo | Douglas Thomas

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    When humanity first landed on the moon in 1969, the typeface Futura was right there with them. In this fascinating history of typography, designer Douglas Thomas shares Futura's role in launching the Apollo 11 spacecraft -- and how it became one of the mo

  • 05:42 What soccer can teach us about freedom | Marc Bamuthi Joseph

    What soccer can teach us about freedom | Marc Bamuthi Joseph

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    "Soccer is the only thing on this planet that we can all agree to do together," says theater maker and TED Fellow Marc Bamuthi Joseph. Through his performances and an engagement initiative called "Moving and Passing," Joseph combines music, dance and socc

  • 20:44 The transformative power of classical music | Benjamin Zander

    The transformative power of classical music | Benjamin Zander

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    http://www.ted.com Benjamin Zander has two infectious passions: classical music, and helping us all realize our untapped love for it -- and by extension, our untapped love for all new possibilities, new experiences, new connections. TEDTalks is a daily vi

  • 04:20 How batteries work  - Adam Jacobson

    How batteries work - Adam Jacobson

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    Learning English with TED-ed! TED-ed How batteries work - Adam Jacobson with subtitle. Source http://ed.ted.com/

  • 19:00 Optical illusions show how we see | Beau Lotto

    Optical illusions show how we see | Beau Lotto

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    http://www.ted.com Beau Lotto's color games puzzle your vision, but they also spotlight what you can't normally see: how your brain works. This fun, first-hand look at your own versatile sense of sight reveals how evolution tints your perception of what's

  • 13:16 What I learned when I conquered the world's toughest triathlon | Minda Dentler

    What I learned when I conquered the world's toughest triathlon | Minda Dentler

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    A 2.4-mile swim, a 112-mile bicycle ride and then a full-length marathon on hot, dry ground -- with no breaks in between: the legendary Ironman triathlon in Kona, Hawaii, is a bucket list goal for champion athletes. But when Minda Dentler decided to take

  • 12:12 John Graham-Cumming: The Greatest Machine That Never Was

    John Graham-Cumming: The Greatest Machine That Never Was

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    TEDTalks is a daily video podcast of the best talks and performances from the TED Conference, where the world's leading thinkers and doers give the talk of their lives in 18 minutes (or less). Look for talks on Technology, Entertainment and Design -- plus

  • 11:07 The wonderful world of life in a drop of water | Tom Zimmerman and Simone Bianco

    The wonderful world of life in a drop of water | Tom Zimmerman and Simone Bianco

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    "Hold your breath," says inventor Tom Zimmerman. "This is the world without plankton." These tiny organisms produce two-thirds of our planet's oxygen -- without them, life as we know it wouldn't exist. In this talk and tech demo, Zimmerman and cell engine

  • 09:43 Be humble -- and other lessons from the philosophy of water | Raymond Tang

    Be humble -- and other lessons from the philosophy of water | Raymond Tang

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    How do we find fulfillment in a world that's constantly changing? Raymond Tang struggled with this question until he came across the ancient Chinese philosophy of the Tao Te Ching. In it, he found a passage comparing goodness to water, an idea he's now ap

  • 11:12 How we look kilometers below the Antarctic ice sheet | Dustin Schroeder

    How we look kilometers below the Antarctic ice sheet | Dustin Schroeder

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    Antarctica is a vast and dynamic place, but radar technologies -- from World War II-era film to state-of-the-art miniaturized sensors -- are enabling scientists to observe and understand changes beneath the continent's ice in unprecedented detail. Join ra

  • 17:51 Homeopathy, quackery and fraud | James Randi

    Homeopathy, quackery and fraud | James Randi

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    http://www.ted.com Legendary skeptic James Randi takes a fatal dose of homeopathic sleeping pills onstage, kicking off a searing 18-minute indictment of irrational beliefs. He throws out a challenge to the world's psychics: Prove what you do is real, and

  • 22:12 Dan Buettner: How to live to be 100 plus

    Dan Buettner: How to live to be 100 plus

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    http://www.ted.com To find the path to long life and health, Dan Buettner and team study the world's "Blue Zones," communities whose elders live with vim and vigor to record-setting age. At TEDxTC, he shares the 9 common diet and lifestyle habits that kee

  • 11:58 Why you should make useless things | Simone Giertz

    Why you should make useless things | Simone Giertz

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    In this joyful, heartfelt talk featuring demos of her wonderfully wacky creations, Simone Giertz shares her craft: making useless robots. Her inventions -- designed to chop vegetables, cut hair, apply lipstick and more -- rarely (if ever) succeed, and tha

  • 06:25 The magic of Fibonacci numbers | Arthur Benjamin

    The magic of Fibonacci numbers | Arthur Benjamin

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    Math is logical, functional and just ... awesome. Mathemagician Arthur Benjamin explores hidden properties of that weird and wonderful set of numbers, the Fibonacci series. (And reminds you that mathematics can be inspiring, too!) TEDTalks is a daily vide

  • 09:09 Drew Berry: Animations of unseeable biology

    Drew Berry: Animations of unseeable biology

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    http://www.ted.com We have no ways to directly observe molecules and what they do -- Drew Berry wants to change that. At TEDxSydney he shows his scientifically accurate (and entertaining!) animations that help researchers see unseeable processes within ou

  • 12:11 Mick Mountz: What Happens Inside Those Massive Warehouses?

    Mick Mountz: What Happens Inside Those Massive Warehouses?

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    We make millions of online purchases daily, but who (or what) actually puts our items into packages? In this talk, Mick Mountz weaves a fascinating, surprisingly robot-filled tale of what happens inside a warehouse. TEDTalks is a daily video podcast of th

  • 12:52 How to take a picture of a black hole | Katie Bouman

    How to take a picture of a black hole | Katie Bouman

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    At the heart of the Milky Way, there's a supermassive black hole that feeds off a spinning disk of hot gas, sucking up anything that ventures too close -- even light. We can't see it, but its event horizon casts a shadow, and an image of that shadow could

  • 04:01 The genius of the London Tube Map | Michael Bierut on "Small Thing Big Idea"

    The genius of the London Tube Map | Michael Bierut on "Small Thing Big Idea"

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    "Small Thing Big Idea," an original TED series, celebrates the lasting genius of everyday objects so perfectly designed that they changed the world around them. Check out the whole series: https://go.ted.com/STBI

  • 19:05 The power of introverts | Susan Cain

    The power of introverts | Susan Cain

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    http://www.ted.com In a culture where being social and outgoing are prized above all else, it can be difficult, even shameful, to be an introvert. But, as Susan Cain argues in this passionate talk, introverts bring extraordinary talents and abilities to t

  • 07:26 The playful wonderland behind great inventions | Steven Johnson

    The playful wonderland behind great inventions | Steven Johnson

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    Necessity is the mother of invention, right? Well, not always. Steven Johnson shows us how some of the most transformative ideas and technologies, like the computer, didn't emerge out of necessity at all but instead from the strange delight of play. Share

  • 14:21 Jonathan Eisen: Meet Your Microbes

    Jonathan Eisen: Meet Your Microbes

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    Our bodies are covered in a sea of microbes — both the pathogens that make us sick and the "good" microbes, about which we know less, that might be keeping us healthy. At TEDMED, microbiologist Jonathan Eisen shares what we know, including some surprising

  • 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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  • 06:44 Henry Lin: What We Can Learn From Galaxies Far, Far Away

    Henry Lin: What We Can Learn From Galaxies Far, Far Away

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    In a fun, exciting talk, teenager Henry Lin looks at something unexpected in the sky: distant galaxy clusters. By studying the properties of the universe's largest pieces, says the Intel Science Fair award winner, we can learn quite a lot about scientific

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  • 13:52 Latif Nasser: The Amazing Story Of The Man Who Gave Us Modern Pain Relief

    Latif Nasser: The Amazing Story Of The Man Who Gave Us Modern Pain Relief

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    For the longest time, doctors basically ignored the most basic and frustrating part of being sick — pain. In this lyrical, informative talk, Latif Nasser tells the extraordinary story of wrestler and doctor John J. Bonica, who persuaded the medical profes

  • 18:38 Seth Shostak: ET Is (probably) Out There — Get Ready

    Seth Shostak: ET Is (probably) Out There — Get Ready

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    SETI researcher Seth Shostak bets that we will find extraterrestrial life in the next twenty-four years, or he'll buy you a cup of coffee. At TEDxSanJoseCA, he explains why new technologies and the laws of probability make the breakthrough so likely — and

  • 15:30 Chris Urmson: How A Driverless Car Sees The Road

    Chris Urmson: How A Driverless Car Sees The Road

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    Statistically, the least reliable part of the car is ... the driver. Chris Urmson heads up Google's driverless car program, one of several efforts to remove humans from the driver's seat. He talks about where his program is right now, and shares fascinati

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  • 11:36 Meet the dazzling flying machines of the future | Raffaello D'Andrea

    Meet the dazzling flying machines of the future | Raffaello D'Andrea

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    When you hear the word "drone," you probably think of something either very useful or very scary. But could they have aesthetic value? Autonomous systems expert Raffaello D'Andrea develops flying machines, and his latest projects are pushing the boundarie

  • 18:23 What I learned from going blind in space | Chris Hadfield

    What I learned from going blind in space | Chris Hadfield

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    There's an astronaut saying: In space, "there is no problem so bad that you can't make it worse." So how do you deal with the complexity, the sheer pressure, of dealing with dangerous and scary situations? Retired colonel Chris Hadfield paints a vivid por

  • 06:04 The life cycle of a t-shirt - Angel Chang

    The life cycle of a t-shirt - Angel Chang

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    Learn more about TED-Ed Clubs here: https://ed.ted.com/clubs View full lesson: https://ed.ted.com/lessons/the-life-cycle-of-a-t-shirt-angel-chang Consider the classic white t-shirt. Annually, we sell and buy 2 billion t-shirts globally, making it one of t

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  • 11:32 What a driverless world could look like | Wanis Kabbaj

    What a driverless world could look like | Wanis Kabbaj

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    What if traffic flowed through our streets as smoothly and efficiently as blood flows through our veins? Transportation geek Wanis Kabbaj thinks we can find inspiration in the genius of our biology to design the transit systems of the future. In this forw

  • 07:53 A garden in my apartment | Britta Riley

    A garden in my apartment | Britta Riley

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    http://www.ted.com Britta Riley wanted to grow her own food (in her tiny apartment). So she and her friends developed a system for growing plants in discarded plastic bottles -- researching, testing and tweaking the system using social media, trying many

  • 12:08 Questions No One Knows the Answers to

    Questions No One Knows the Answers to

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    In the first of a new TED-Ed series designed to catalyze curiosity, TED Curator Chris Anderson shares his boyhood obsession with quirky questions that seem to have no answers. (Introducing the series "Questions no one knows the answers to") "Questions No

  • 16:04 Secrets Of Elite Athletes | Kenn Dickinson | TEDxSnoIsleLibraries

    Secrets Of Elite Athletes | Kenn Dickinson | TEDxSnoIsleLibraries

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    This talk was given at a local TEDxSnoIsleLibraries event and produced independently of the TED Conferences. Kenn Dickinson, former basketball athlete and business coach, shares secrets of great athletes which can help anyone. Kenn played basketball at th

  • 06:57 Electric Vocabulary

    Electric Vocabulary

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    We all know the words around electricity, "charge," "positive," "battery", and more. But where do they come from and what do they really mean? Let the history of these words illuminate the physics of electric phenomena. Lesson by James Sheils, animation b

  • 03:44 How we see color - Colm Kelleher

    How we see color - Colm Kelleher

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    View full lesson: http://ed.ted.com/lessons/how-we-see-color-colm-kelleher There are three types of color receptors in your eye: red, green and blue. But how do we see the amazing kaleidoscope of other colors that make up our world? Colm Kelleher explains

  • 10:34 How to know your life purpose in 5 minutes | Adam Leipzig | TEDxMalibu

    How to know your life purpose in 5 minutes | Adam Leipzig | TEDxMalibu

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    Never miss a talk! SUBSCRIBE to the TEDx channel: http://bit.ly/1FAg8hB Adam Leipzig has overseen more than 25 movies as a producer, executive and distributor. and has produced more than 300 stage plays and live events, and he was one of the founders of t

  • 09:44 Alternate Realities from Relativity | Jason Padgett | TEDxTacoma

    Alternate Realities from Relativity | Jason Padgett | TEDxTacoma

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    Jason Padgett explains relativity, and uses the Doppler Effect to demonstrate how every potential can be any reality. Jason is an aspiring number theorist and mathematician with acquired savant syndrome and synesthesia. His memoir, Struck By Genius, is th

  • 26:03 The evolution of juggling | Jay Gilligan | TEDxHelsinki

    The evolution of juggling | Jay Gilligan | TEDxHelsinki

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    Never miss a talk! SUBSCRIBE to the TEDx channel: http://bit.ly/1FAg8hB Jay Gilligan is a professional juggler and performer from Arcadia, Ohio currently performing and living in Europe. Jay is the main teacher of juggling and creator of the juggling prog

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

    How To Take A Great Picture - Carolina Molinari

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

  • 06:09 Beatboxing 101 - BEAT NYC

    Beatboxing 101 - BEAT NYC

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    View full lesson: http://ed.ted.com/lessons/beatboxing-101-beat-nyc There's no need for instruments to make music; you can use the greatest instrument of all, your own body. Members of BEAT NYC teach the basics of beatboxing (think trumpets, bass drums, a

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  • 08:48 What's invisible? More than you think - John Lloyd

    What's invisible? More than you think - John Lloyd

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    View full lesson on ed.ted.com http://ed.ted.com/lessons/what-s-invisible-more-than-you-think-john-lloyd Gravity. The stars in day. Thoughts. The human genome. Time. Atoms. So much of what really matters in the world is impossible to see. A stunning anima

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  • 05:16 Evolution in a Big City

    Evolution in a Big City

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    Using newts, coyotes and mice, Jason Munshi-South shows how animals develop genetic differences in evolution, even within an urban city. "Evolution in a Big City" was animated by the TED-Ed Animation Team (Jeremiah Dickey, Biljana Labovic, Celeste Lai, Ka

  • 05:02 Why Do Some People Have Seasonal Allergies? - Eleanor Nelsen

    Why Do Some People Have Seasonal Allergies? - Eleanor Nelsen

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    View full lesson: http://ed.ted.com/lessons/why-do-some-people-have-seasonal-allergies-eleanor-nelsen Ah, spring. Grass growing, flowers blooming, trees budding. For those with allergies, though, this explosion of new life probably inspires more dread tha

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  • 04:17 3 Tips To Boost Your Confidence

    3 Tips To Boost Your Confidence

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    View full lesson: http://ed.ted.com/lessons/3-tips-to-boost-your-confidence-ted-ed Lesson made in partnership with the Always #LikeAGirl campaign, animation by Kozmonot Animation Studio. When faced with a big challenge where potential failure seems to lur

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  • 05:25 What are gravitational waves? - Amber L. Stuver

    What are gravitational waves? - Amber L. Stuver

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    Check out all of TED-Ed's book recommendations: http://ed.ted.com/books Check out Neil deGrasse Tyson's "Astrophysics for People in a Hurry": https://shop.ed.ted.com/collections/ted-ed-book-recommendations/products/astrophysics-for-people-in-a-hurry View

  • 05:49 The Real Origin of the Franchise - Sir Harold Evans

    The Real Origin of the Franchise - Sir Harold Evans

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    View full lesson on TED-Ed BETA: http://ed.ted.com/lessons/the-real-origin-of-the-franchise One of the most successful business models is the franchise, but it didn't originate with McDonald's. Sir Harold Evans, the author of They Made America, describes

  • 05:11 Where do superstitions come from? - Stuart Vyse

    Where do superstitions come from? - Stuart Vyse

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    View full lesson: http://ed.ted.com/lessons/where-do-superstitions-come-from-stuart-vyse Are you afraid of black cats? Would you open an umbrella indoors? How do you feel about the number 13? Whether or not you believe in them, you’re probably familiar wi

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  • 04:07 Why do competitors open their stores next to one another? - Jac de Haan

    Why do competitors open their stores next to one another? - Jac de Haan

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    View full lesson on ed.ted.com - http://ed.ted.com/lessons/why-do-competitors-open-their-stores-next-to-one-another-jac-de-haan Why are all the gas stations, cafes and restaurants in one crowded spot? As two competitive cousins vie for ice-cream-selling d

  • 05:56 How to recognize a dystopia - Alex Gendler

    How to recognize a dystopia - Alex Gendler

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    View full lesson: http://ed.ted.com/lessons/how-to-recognize-a-dystopia-alex-gendler The genre of dystopia – the ‘not good place’– has captured the imaginations of artists and audiences alike for centuries. But why do we bother with all this pessimism? Al

  • 04:19 Why Is Biodiversity So Important? - Kim Preshoff

    Why Is Biodiversity So Important? - Kim Preshoff

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    View full lesson: http://ed.ted.com/lessons/why-is-biodiversity-so-important-kim-preshoff Our planet’s diverse, thriving ecosystems may seem like permanent fixtures, but they’re actually vulnerable to collapse. Jungles can become deserts, and reefs can be

  • 05:06 The first asteroid ever discovered - Carrie Nugent

    The first asteroid ever discovered - Carrie Nugent

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    Check out all of TED-Ed's book recommendations: http://ed.ted.com/books View full lesson: https://ed.ted.com/lessons/the-first-asteroid-ever-discovered-carrie-nugent Over the course of history, we’ve discovered hundreds of thousands of asteroids. But how

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  • 05:00 Music as a language - Victor Wooten

    Music as a language - Victor Wooten

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    What can you learn from ancient skeletons? - Farnaz Khatibi

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  • 04:48 How little people can make a big difference | Charlie Cooper | TEDxJCUCairns

    How little people can make a big difference | Charlie Cooper | TEDxJCUCairns

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  • 05:48 I'm Batman - Amy Wray

    I'm Batman - Amy Wray

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  • 03:37 The Time Value Of Money - German Nande

    The Time Value Of Money - German Nande

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    Why are sharks so awesome?

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  • 05:22 How Science Fiction Can Help Predict The Future - Roey Tzezana

    How Science Fiction Can Help Predict The Future - Roey Tzezana

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  • 05:12 How Do Hard Drives Work? - Kanawat Senanan

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  • 03:56 Poison Vs. Venom: What's The Difference? - Rose Eveleth

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  • 05:04 What Makes Something

    What Makes Something

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  • 04:35 What Would Happen If You Didn’t Sleep? - Claudia Aguirre

    What Would Happen If You Didn’t Sleep? - Claudia Aguirre

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  • 04:23 How Do Animals See In The Dark? - Anna Stöckl

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  • 04:29 Why Is Yawning Contagious? - Claudia Aguirre

    Why Is Yawning Contagious? - Claudia Aguirre

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  • 05:05 How Computer Memory Works - Kanawat Senanan

    How Computer Memory Works - Kanawat Senanan

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  • 03:57 What Color Is Tuesday? Exploring Synesthesia - Richard E. Cytowic

    What Color Is Tuesday? Exploring Synesthesia - Richard E. Cytowic

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  • 03:29 A Poetic Experiment: Walt Whitman, Interpreted By Three Animators - Justin Moore

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    Real Life Sunken Cities - Peter Campbell

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    The Surprising (and Invisible) Signatures Of Sea Creatures - Kakani Katija

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    Why do airlines sell too many tickets? - Nina Klietsch

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  • 05:23 A Different Way To Visualize Rhythm - John Varney

    A Different Way To Visualize Rhythm - John Varney

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  • 04:12 How Brass Instruments Work - Al Cannon

    How Brass Instruments Work - Al Cannon

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  • 05:32 What

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  • 04:23 The Sun’s Surprising Movement Across The Sky - Gordon Williamson

    The Sun’s Surprising Movement Across The Sky - Gordon Williamson

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  • 04:09 Are Spotty Fruits And Vegetables Safe To Eat? - Elizabeth Brauer

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  • 05:53 How Magellan circumnavigated the globe - Ewandro Magalhaes

    How Magellan circumnavigated the globe - Ewandro Magalhaes

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  • 04:25 The genius of Mendeleev's periodic table - Lou Serico

    The genius of Mendeleev's periodic table - Lou Serico

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  • 04:41 The history of chocolate - Deanna Pucciarelli

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    The Five Major World Religions - John Bellaimey

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  • 05:44 Where do new words come from? - Marcel Danesi

    Where do new words come from? - Marcel Danesi

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  • 05:30 Light Seconds, Light Years, Light Centuries: How To Measure Extreme Distances - Yuan-Sen Ting

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    View full lesson: http://ed.ted.com/lessons/how-do-we-measure-distances-in-space-yuan-sen-ting When we look at the sky, we have a flat, two-dimensional view. So how do astronomers figure the distances of stars and galaxies from Earth? Yuan-Sen Ting shows

  • 05:15 What causes kidney stones? - Arash Shadman

    What causes kidney stones? - Arash Shadman

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  • 03:51 How do cancer cells behave differently from healthy ones? - George Zaidan

    How do cancer cells behave differently from healthy ones? - George Zaidan

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  • 03:49 How folding paper can get you to the moon - Adrian Paenza

    How folding paper can get you to the moon - Adrian Paenza

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  • 04:46 Gravity And The Human Body - Jay Buckey

    Gravity And The Human Body - Jay Buckey

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  • 04:40 How Cosmic Rays Help Us Understand The Universe - Veronica Bindi

    How Cosmic Rays Help Us Understand The Universe - Veronica Bindi

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    Dark matter: The matter we can't see - James Gillies

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  • 03:32 Become a slam poet in five steps - Gayle Danley

    Become a slam poet in five steps - Gayle Danley

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  • 04:58 What Happens When Continents Collide? - Juan D. Carrillo

    What Happens When Continents Collide? - Juan D. Carrillo

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  • 05:04 Popular The Benefits Of A Bilingual Brain - Mia Nacamulli

    The Benefits Of A Bilingual Brain - Mia Nacamulli

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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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  • 04:23 How do animals see in the dark?

    How do animals see in the dark?

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  • 06:07 How Do Schools Of Fish Swim In Harmony? - Nathan S. Jacobs

    How Do Schools Of Fish Swim In Harmony? - Nathan S. Jacobs

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  • 15:54 The psychology of self-motivation | Scott Geller | TEDxVirginiaTech

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    The mathematics of sidewalk illusions - Fumiko Futamura

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  • 04:35 How People Rationalize Fraud - Kelly Richmond Pope

    How People Rationalize Fraud - Kelly Richmond Pope

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  • 03:59 Why Do Honeybees Love Hexagons? - Zack Patterson And Andy Peterson

    Why Do Honeybees Love Hexagons? - Zack Patterson And Andy Peterson

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  • 05:02 Population Pyramids: Powerful Predictors Of The Future - Kim Preshoff

    Population Pyramids: Powerful Predictors Of The Future - Kim Preshoff

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  • 06:08 Big Data - Tim Smith

    Big Data - Tim Smith

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  • 02:55 If Matter Falls Down, Does Antimatter Fall Up? - Chloé Malbrunot

    If Matter Falls Down, Does Antimatter Fall Up? - Chloé Malbrunot

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  • 05:48 The secrets of Mozart’s “Magic Flute” - Joshua Borths

    The secrets of Mozart’s “Magic Flute” - Joshua Borths

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  • 05:11 Aphasia: The disorder that makes you lose your words - Susan Wortman-Jutt

    Aphasia: The disorder that makes you lose your words - Susan Wortman-Jutt

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    Check your intuition: The birthday problem - David Knuffke

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  • 04:10 The Hidden Meanings Of Yin And Yang - John Bellaimey

    The Hidden Meanings Of Yin And Yang - John Bellaimey

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  • 04:53 The Case Of The Missing Fractals - Alex Rosenthal And George Zaidan

    The Case Of The Missing Fractals - Alex Rosenthal And George Zaidan

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  • 16:33 What Will We Do When The Robots Can Feel? | Daniel Faggella | TEDxAmoskeagMillyard

    What Will We Do When The Robots Can Feel? | Daniel Faggella | TEDxAmoskeagMillyard

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    Why is it so hard to cure cancer? - Kyuson Yun

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  • 05:04 Is Time Travel Possible? - Colin Stuart

    Is Time Travel Possible? - Colin Stuart

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  • 05:59 Why should you read James Joyce's "Ulysses"? - Sam Slote

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  • 03:27 How To Set The Table - Anna Post

    How To Set The Table - Anna Post

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  • 04:30 How high can you count on your fingers?

    How high can you count on your fingers?

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  • 05:21 Cell membranes are way more complicated than you think - Nazzy Pakpour

    Cell membranes are way more complicated than you think - Nazzy Pakpour

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  • 05:09 The myth of Icarus and Daedalus - Amy Adkins

    The myth of Icarus and Daedalus - Amy Adkins

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  • 04:51 How Ancient Art Influenced Modern Art - Felipe Galindo

    How Ancient Art Influenced Modern Art - Felipe Galindo

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  • 04:13 Why Do Americans And Canadians Celebrate Labor Day? - Kenneth C. Davis

    Why Do Americans And Canadians Celebrate Labor Day? - Kenneth C. Davis

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  • 04:43 The world’s most mysterious book - Stephen Bax

    The world’s most mysterious book - Stephen Bax

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  • 05:32 How did Polynesian wayfinders navigate the Pacific Ocean? - Alan Tamayose and Shantell De Silva

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