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This guy can teach you a lot about overcoming fear and growing as a person.





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This is a kit that lets you interface electronics with real roaches. Don't watch if you are easily grossed out. Gross to watch, but kind of cool at the same time. I don't like how they are treating the bugs.




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A cougar chases after a cub. The ending is amazing.





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Go sixth graders! In a couple of months, the astronauts on the International Space Station will help make a cosmic brew, courtesy of a sixth grader from Colorado.




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Amazing hand flute player. Just uses his hands and sounds like a professional flute player.





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Robonaut 2 (R2) is having its legs tested on the ground while the rest of the robot is undergoing experimental trial on the ISS. The legs will provide mobility necessary for tasks inside and out of Space Station.





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A new extended video shows eight minutes of Baumgartner's epic jump in HD. Unbelievable footage.





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Isaac Newton. Not sure we will ever have such a genius like this again. Makes me want to work harder as I hear how great this man was back in his day.





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Here is a neat trick to memorize numbers that could be really helpful for phone numbers, scientific constants, and other things.





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The BBC's Gabriel Gatehouse speaks to a survivor of the Westgate attack, whose dramatic escape from the Kenyan shopping centre became an iconic image of the assault. Another brave woman!!




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McDonalds Style Hot Apple Pie. I trust whatever this guy says!





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Really gross stuff and hope they don't put this oil in exported products here!





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The precision of this automated doll built by a Swiss watchmaker in the 1700's is incredible. It is like a computer built 100's of years ago. From the BBC programme Mechanical Marvels: Clockwork Dreams, Professor Simon Schaffer examines a clockwork creation of Pierre Jaquet-Droz.




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Very interesting too learn that Ancient Egypt used similar techniques as modern-day computers when working with numbers. Really good explanation of how computers deal with numbers too.




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Very cool video (a little long, but worth watching it all!) about Benoit Mandelbrot and how fractals are changing our understanding of the world around us. You will see things in a new light after watching it, I promise! Fractals are mathematical equations that infinitely repeat. Video explains it all with great examples in medicine, environmental science, special effects and more.





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Can you answer any of these questions? If so, a Noble prize may be waiting for you!





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Cosmos A Spacetime Odyssey hosted by astrophysicist Neil deGrasse Tyson (Carl Sagan had original role) looks Amazing. Premiers March 9th on Fox. Please let others know!





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11-year-old Brooke Raboutou is a rock climbing phenom who regularly breaks world records on elite bouldering and sport climbs once thought impossible.





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Cool video about next generation bionic limbs and robotic prosthetics.





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Very cool uses of chemistry to make your life easier.





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This Nutella Bar made in New York!





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This shows you how the candy we all like eat called jawbreakers are made. They even put synthetic rubber in them!





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Scientists in a lab used a powerful laser to re-create what might have been the original spark of life on Earth.





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These unusual looking special glasses can help prevent motion sickness by using moving fluids in the glasses to let your brain know you are moving.





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A new discovery of a 14,000 year-old piece of burnt bread shows that our ancient wandering ancestors knew how to harvest grain and bake bread.





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Athletes Peyton Manning and Serena Williams led their colleagues with endorsements of food and beverages that are unhealthful.




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One of the cutest videos I have seen in a while. Dogs follow crawling baby by crawling too.





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Amazing accordion performace. The song is´╗┐ the "Presto" out of the "Summer" composed by Vivaldi. Makes me want to take up the accordion! Do you have some incredible music videos? Please post here.




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At the MIT Media Lab, the Tangible Media Group believes the future of computing is tactile. I can see so many neat applications from this one. Really liked being able to see a mathematical formula in true 3D and interacting with it to learn more.




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Please help make this video go viral! 10-year-old Morgan Platt has always dreamed big. After she was diagnosed with a brain tumor (glioblastoma multiforme) in June of 2011, she decided to fight back and inspire others along the way. Throughout her treatments, Katy Perry's song "Roar" has encouraged her to get back up and fight like a "champion." During one of her appointments at Connecticut Children's Medical Center, she decided to make a music video in hopes it would go viral and raise awareness about her condition and the other types of cancers being treated at Connecticut Children's...





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Newton's Principia : the mathematical principles of natural philosophy / by Sir Isaac Newton ; translated into English by Andrew Motte. This book is often considered to be the greatest work ever written by one of the greatest minds in history.




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You never realize that even birds are a lot like us and can have fun sledding. Crows must be really smart to figure out how to make their own sled.





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New extended trailer for the new Spider-Man movie out May 2nd, 2014. Looks really good.





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Would have never guessed dogs drink water that way!





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Looks like the 5-second rule when it comes to food that dropped on the floor is a myth. Food is unsafe to eat immediately after it is dropped in an area that is not sanitary. So if something drops on the floor that you don't know is clean, like a public area, just toss it. Otherwise, it can make you sick.





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Neil makes a really good point about GMO (genetically modified foods) and how we have always had them. Just doing the natural section in a lab makes no difference. What do you think? You can answer in the comments section.





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South Korea beats Chicago 8-4 in the Little League World Series Championship. I was cheering for Chicago, but Korea played a great game.




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1000000000000 (1 Billion/Trillion) FPS!!! Ultra High-Speed Camera lets you actually see light moving. Just incredible!





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A new 3-D food printer creates pizza with the click of a button. One day you will be able to order Domino's delivered instantly to you. Very cool.





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Peyton Robertson's (age 11) entry video in the 2013 Discovery Education 3M Young Scientist Challenge for sandless sandbags. What a great idea! Peyton went on to win the grand prize of $25,000!