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  • 10:07 Overview Of The Bolshevik Revolution

    Overview Of The Bolshevik Revolution

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    Overview of the Bolshevik Revolution and the end of the Romanov Dynasty.

  • 02:35 What Maximum Security Meant for Ancient Tomb Raiders

    What Maximum Security Meant for Ancient Tomb Raiders

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    The Han dynasty tombs were packed with some of the empire's most valuable relics. To guard against theft, colossal stones, each weighing six tons, were cut to block the passageways from relentless tomb raiders. From: RAIDERS OF THE JADE EMPIRE http://bit.

  • 02:23 Great Pyramid of Giza

    Great Pyramid of Giza

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    Great Pyramid of Giza Ancient Egypt, 2580–2560 BC (4th dynasty) Beginning construction on 2580 BC, the great Pyramid was built for Pharaoh Khufu, son of Snefru and second ruler of the 4th dynasty as a tomb. Support the cartoons on patreon: https://www.pat

  • 09:01 Card Games: Crash Course Games #13

    Card Games: Crash Course Games #13

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    Today, we’re going to step away from video games and take a closer look at a game type that has been with us for over a millennium - card games. Since Tang Dynasty China, cards have proven to have quite the staying power spawning a countless variety of ga

  • 10:38 Columbus, de Gama, and Zheng He! 15th Century Mariners. Crash Course: World History #21

    Columbus, de Gama, and Zheng He! 15th Century Mariners. Crash Course: World History #21

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    In which John Green teaches you about the beginning of the so-called Age of Discovery. You've probably heard of Christopher Columbus, who "discovered" America in 1492, but what about Vasco da Gama? How about Zheng He? Columbus gets a bad rap from many mod

  • 01:53 In Ancient Egypt, Even Boats Had Their Own Tombs | National Geographic

    In Ancient Egypt, Even Boats Had Their Own Tombs | National Geographic

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    Archaeologists recently discovered an ancient Egyptian boat burial site dating more than 3,800 years old. National Geographic grantee and Penn Museum Associate Curator Josef Wegner and his team made the discovery while excavating the tomb of 12th Dynasty

  • 04:39 First Bloom

    First Bloom

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    First Bloom is official online at Vimeo: from Oct 19th - Nov11th! A beautiful story of a first love set in ancient China you do not want to miss. Directed and animated by Tingting Liu, a Chinese female animator from Laika Studios. Special Thanks To My Pix

  • 04:39 What Is Light?

    What Is Light?

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    We are so used to some things that we stopped wondering about them. Like light. What is light? Some kind of wavy thing, right? Kind of. Short bonus video for the people waiting for new stuff. Music by: https://soundcloud.com/epicmountain/light https://epi

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  • 04:56 My Father Is Better Than Me And I Can't Take It Anymore

    My Father Is Better Than Me And I Can't Take It Anymore

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    ★ DO YOU WANT TO GET YOUR STORY ANIMATED? SEND IT TO yt@tsp.cool IT WILL BE GIVEN A VOICE OVER BY A PROFESSIONAL ACTOR AND AN ANIMATOR WILL MAKE A VIDEO OUT OF IT! ★ Subscribe ACTUALLY HAPPENED https://bit.ly/2J5HP7j Hi, this is Jeff, and he has a story t

  • 10:26 How 7,000 Years of Epic Floods Changed the World (w/ SciShow!)

    How 7,000 Years of Epic Floods Changed the World (w/ SciShow!)

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    Try CuriosityStream today: http://curiositystream.com/eons Check out SciShow's video on Lake Agassiz: https://youtu.be/qMVhR26NRsk Strange geologic landmarks in the Pacific Northwest are the lingering remains of a mystery that took nearly half a century t

  • 05:29 How Pee Helped Win the Revolutionary War (Maybe...) - July 4th Special Episode

    How Pee Helped Win the Revolutionary War (Maybe...) - July 4th Special Episode

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    Old school gunpowder is really called black powder, and it was so crucial to the Revolutionary War effort that we went to great (and gross) lengths to try and make it. This week on Reactions, find out what exactly those lengths were.Subscribe! http://bit.

  • 13:32 Did Raptorex Really Exist?

    Did Raptorex Really Exist?

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    Try CuriosityStream today: http://curiositystream.com/eons Paleontologists have been studying and drawing totally different conclusions about the fossil LH PV18 for almost a decade. Is it just one of many specimens of a theropod called Tarbosaurus bataar

  • 09:11 When Insects First Flew

    When Insects First Flew

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    Insects were the first animals to ever develop the ability to fly, and, arguably, they did it the best. But this development was so unusual that scientists are still/working on, and arguing about, how and when insect wings first came about. Special thanks

  • 11:48 Can We Get DNA From Fossils?

    Can We Get DNA From Fossils?

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    In 1993, scientists cracked open a piece of amber, took out the body of an ancient weevil, and sampled its DNA. Or, at least, so we thought. It took another few decades of research, and a lot of take-backs, before scientists could figure out how we could

  • 08:32 The Ghostly Origins of the Big Cats

    The Ghostly Origins of the Big Cats

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    Learn more about ExpressVPN: https://www.expressvpn.com/eonsAll of todays big cat species evolved less than 11 million years ago and yet their evolutionary history remains an almost total mystery. But scientists have recently discovered a major clue about

  • 09:38 The Rise and Fall of the Bone-Crushing Dogs

    The Rise and Fall of the Bone-Crushing Dogs

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    You can go to https://wix.com/go/eons to get started on your website! A huge and diverse subfamily of dogs, the bone-crushers patrolled North America for more than thirty million years, before they disappeared in the not-too-distant past. So what happened

  • 12:41 When Sharks Swam the Great Plains

    When Sharks Swam the Great Plains

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    Check out Origin of Everything: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCiB8h9jD2Mlxx96ZFnGDSJw If you’ve ever been to, or lived in, or even flown over the central swath of North America, then you’ve seen the remnants of what was a uniquely fascinating environme

  • 10:12 When Camels Roamed North America

    When Camels Roamed North America

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    Camels are famous for adaptations that have allowed them to flourish where most other large mammals would perish. But their story begins over 40 million years ago in North America, and in an environment you’d never expect: a rainforest.   Special thanks t

  • 10:01 How Horses Took Over North America (Twice)

    How Horses Took Over North America (Twice)

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    The PBSDS Annual Audience Survey: https://to.pbs.org/2018YTSurvey The ancestors of modern horses became so successful that they spread all over the world, to Europe, Asia, South America, and Africa. But in their native range of North America, they’ll vani

  • 09:39 How a Supervolcano Made the Cenozoic’s Coolest Fossils

    How a Supervolcano Made the Cenozoic’s Coolest Fossils

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    One of the most dynamic, transformative, and potentially dangerous features in North America is also responsible for some of the continent’s most amazing fossil deposits. It’s a supervolcano we now call Yellowstone. Thanks to Rick Otto and the Ashfall Fos

  • 12:22 When Birds Had Teeth

    When Birds Had Teeth

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    Check out ReInventors: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCzZRoStdiqWxauQT2RGW1Lg Experts are still arguing over whether Archaeopteryx was a true bird, or a paravian dinosaur, or some other kind of dino. But regardless of what side you’re on, how did this f

  • 09:32 The Two People We're All Related To

    The Two People We're All Related To

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    Check out Two Cents: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCL8w_A8p8P1HWI3k6PR5Z6w Due to an odd quirk of genetics and some unique evolutionary circumstances, two humans who lived at different times in the distant past managed to pass on a very small fraction

  • 11:13 Why Megalodon (Definitely) Went Extinct

    Why Megalodon (Definitely) Went Extinct

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    For more than 10 million years, Megalodon was at the top of its game as the oceans’ apex predator...until 2.6 million years ago, when it went extinct. So, what happened to the largest shark in history? Thanks as always to Nobumichi Tamura for allowing us

  • 10:53 When Giant Amphibians Reigned

    When Giant Amphibians Reigned

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    Try CuriosityStream today: http://curiositystream.com/eons Temnospondyls were a huge group of amphibians that existed for 210 million years. And calling them ‘diverse’ would be putting it mildly. Yet in the end, two major threats would push them to extinc

  • 09:48 The Evolution of the Heart (A Love Story)

    The Evolution of the Heart (A Love Story)

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    You can check out Google's Science Journal app at https://g.co/sciencejournal In order to understand where hearts came from, we have to go back to the earliest common ancestor of everything that has a heart. It took hundreds of millions of years, and coun

  • 12:21 How Sloths Went From the Seas to the Trees

    How Sloths Went From the Seas to the Trees

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    The story of sloths is one of astounding ecological variability, with some foraging in the seas, others living underground, and others still hiding from predators in towering cliffs. So why are their only living relatives in the trees? Thanks to Ceri Thom

  • 07:32 When Birds Stopped Flying

    When Birds Stopped Flying

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    Support us on Patreon! http://patreon.com/eons Ratites have spread to Africa, Australia, New Zealand, and South America. And there are fossils of Ratites in Europe, Asia, and North America too. That’s a lot of ground to cover for birds that can’t fly. So

  • 12:22 The Humans That Lived Before Us

    The Humans That Lived Before Us

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    As more and more fossil ancestors have been found, our genus has become more and more inclusive, incorporating more members that look less like us, Homo sapiens. By getting to know these other hominins--the ones who came before us--we can start to answer

  • 07:58 How the Chalicothere Split In Two

    How the Chalicothere Split In Two

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    Try CuriosityStream today: http://curiositystream.com/eons Two extinct relatives of horses and rhinos are closely related to each other but have strikingly different body plans. How did two of the same kind of animal, living in the same place, end up look

  • 10:28 How Blood Evolved (Many Times)

    How Blood Evolved (Many Times)

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    Blood is one of the most revolutionary features in our evolutionary history. Over hundreds of millions of years, the way in which blood does its job has changed over and over again. As a result, we animals have our familiar red blood. But also blue blood.

  • 12:16 When We First Walked

    When We First Walked

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    Try CuriosityStream today: http://curiositystream.com/eons Fossilized footprints have proved that human ancestors were already striding across the landscape 3.6 million years ago. But who started them on that path? What species pioneered this style of loc

  • 08:55 When Apes Conquered Europe

    When Apes Conquered Europe

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    Check out Origin of Everything: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCiB8h9jD2Mlxx96ZFnGDSJw Today, our closest evolutionary relatives, the apes, live only in small pockets of Africa and Asia. But back in the Miocene epoch, apes occupied all of Europe. Why ar

  • 08:34 The Mystery of the Eocene’s Lethal Lake

    The Mystery of the Eocene’s Lethal Lake

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    Check out America from Scratch: https://www.youtube.com/americafromscratch In 1800s, miners began working in exposed deposits of mud near the town of Messel, Germany. They were extracting oil from the rock and along with the oil, they found beautifully pr

  • 12:26 Your Place in the Primate Family Tree

    Your Place in the Primate Family Tree

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    Our new sticker is available here: https://store.dftba.com/collections/eons And check out Tacos of Texas!: https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PLh_qdzak59m68-i4M441Rkr5j8c_mQ-en Purgatorius, a kind of mammal called a plesiadapiform, might’ve been one of

  • 02:41 Why Biodiversity Is Good For The Economy

    Why Biodiversity Is Good For The Economy

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    Research suggests that more diverse ecosystems are better for the bottom line. Thanks to the University of Minnesota for sponsoring this video! http://twin-cities.umn.edu/ Credits (and Twitter handles): Script Writer: Peter Reich Script Editor: Kate Yoshi

  • 12:15 The Island of Shrinking Mammoths

    The Island of Shrinking Mammoths

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    You can check out Google's Science Journal app at https://g.co/sciencejournal The mammoths fossils found on the Channel Islands off the coast of southern California are much smaller than their relatives found on the mainland. They were so small that they

  • 10:20 When Rodents Rafted Across the Ocean

    When Rodents Rafted Across the Ocean

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    Support us on Patreon! http://patreon.com/eons The best evidence we have suggests that, while Caviomorpha originated in South America, they came from ancestors in Africa, over 40 million years ago. So how did they get there? Thanks to Ceri Thomas for the

  • 09:52 When Humans Were Prey

    When Humans Were Prey

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    Not too long ago, our early human ancestors were under constant threat of attack from predators. And it turns out that this difficult chapter in our history may be responsible for the adaptations that allowed us to become so successful. Thanks to Julio La

  • 07:41 How the T-Rex Lost Its Arms

    How the T-Rex Lost Its Arms

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    Support us on Patreon! https://patreon.com/eons Tyrannosaurus rex was big, Tyrannosaurus rex was vicious, and Tyrannosaurus rex had tiny arms. The story of how T-Rex lost its arms is, itself, pretty simple. But the story of why it kept those little limbs,

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  • 10:19 When Fish Wore Armor

    When Fish Wore Armor

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    Check out Hot Mess: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCsaEBhRsI6tmmz12fkSEYdw 420 million years ago, some fish were more medieval. They wore armor, sometimes made of big plates, and sometimes made of interlocking scales. But that armor may actually have se


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