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Trump Brags About His ‘Natural Instinct For Science’

Trump Brags About His ‘Natural Instinct For Science’

FOLKS, WELCOME TO THE LATE SHOW. I’M YOUR HOST, STEPHEN COLBERT. YOU KNOW, SAY WHAT YOU WANT ABOUT DONALD TRUMP– AND I REALLY WANT TO– HE’S STILL THE PRESIDENT OF THE UNITED STATES. AND YESTERDAY, OUR PRESIDENT SAT DOWN– ( BOOING ) DID YOU– DID YOU JUST FIND OUT? AM I BREAKING NEWS HERE TO […]

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7 Ways Sunglasses Make You More Attractive (Backed By Science)

7 Ways Sunglasses Make You More Attractive (Backed By Science)

7 Ways Sunglasses Make You More Attractive (Backed By Science) [0:00:00] [Music] So, do sunglasses make you more attractive? What kind of question is that? Is the Pope, Catholic? Of course, sunglasses make you look more attractive. And, in today’s video, gents, I’m laying out for you the seven scientific reasons why. Reason number one, […]

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TESTING OUT EYETRACKING

TESTING OUT EYETRACKING

oh mY GODAHAHA WHA-HEHEHEY, HEY, HEY, HEY HELLO? *dank epic intro moosic* Guys, I got an eye tracker!! I watched Greek God use one on his livestream and I- I was so curious about using one so I bought one, right away. I have it here. So I have it very neatly stacked on my […]

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Buffalo Museum of Science hosting Messfest on Saturday

Buffalo Museum of Science hosting Messfest on Saturday

ENGLISH, LANGUAGE ARTS AND MATH TESTING START NEXT WEEK FOR 3RD THROUGH 8TH GRADERS. THIS WEEKEND — WESTERN NEW YORKERS CAN GET MESSY — IN THE NAME OF SCIENCE. MESSFEST IS BACK AT THE BUFFALO MUSEUM OF SCIENCE ON SATURDAY. NEWS 4’S KATIE ALEXANDER SHOWS US WHAT YOU CAN EXPECT. OOEY…. ((JL3921/06:25:15 SPONGE GOES SPLAT)) […]

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The Making of Information Age: Rugby Aerial Tuning Inductor

The Making of Information Age: Rugby Aerial Tuning Inductor

The Aerial Tuning Inductor, now at the centre of the Information Age gallery at the Science Museum, was once at the heart of the world’s most powerful radio transmitter. It’s this awe-inspiring structure, it’s very very sculptural, it doesn’t look like a piece of technology. They were used for tuning the aerials that sent out […]

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New Life Found That Lives Off Electricity

New Life Found That Lives Off Electricity

hey guys welcome to bring science news. I know having put out a video in a little while been busy and I haven’t figured out my right format so i’m testing something new out today and i’m just playing around with some visual things and see how it turns out why am I making this […]

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Teens and Stress – Science Nation

Teens and Stress – Science Nation

MILES O’BRIEN: Dealing with teens can be rough; they’re moody and sometimes they’re not the best decision makers. So what makes a teen act like a teen? ADRIANA GALVAN: Teenagers experience stress as more stressful, and if that stress is interfering with their decision making, it’s really important to understand the neural mechanism that’s underlying […]

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The Theory, Practice and Limits of Big Data for the Social Sciences

The Theory, Practice and Limits of Big Data for the Social Sciences

So our first speaker is Martin Hilbert. He’s an assistant professor in the department of communications at UC Davis. In addition to holding a PhD in communications from the prestigious Annenberg School at USC, he also holds a PhD in economics and social, and social sciences. Martin’s work truly embodies the mission of ISS. It’s […]

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Nicholas Christakis: The Sociological Science Behind Social Networks and Social Influence

Nicholas Christakis: The Sociological Science Behind Social Networks and Social Influence

Hi, my name is Nicholas Christakis and I’m a physician and a social scientist and the discipline I’m going to be speaking about to you today is sociology.  Sociology is the field in which you study human behavior and human experience and how it relates to the fact that individuals are embedded within larger groups […]

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We caught a cosmic ray, one of science’s biggest mysteries

We caught a cosmic ray, one of science’s biggest mysteries

You may think the greatest, most perplexing mysteries of the universe exist way way out there, at the edge of a black hole, or inside an exploding star. But some of them surround us, all the time. I can show you. In this container, we’re going to catch some super-fast subatomic particles that are raining […]

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