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The Nervous System

The Nervous System

Hi. It’s Mr. Andersen and welcome to biology essentials video 41. This is on the animal nervous system. And most of this podcast I’m going to be talking about theses things over here. These are called neurons. How they send messages called action potentials and how they can eventually jump off across these synapses. But […]

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Scientists fear Trump will bury climate report

Scientists fear Trump will bury climate report

from melting glaciers to disappearing snow cover shrinking sea ice and rising sea levels scientists say it’s all evidence of a rapidly warming planet is the most comprehensive draf of a US government report on climate change scientists conclude record-breaking climate related weather extremes are undoubtedly linked to climate change humans are responsible and if […]

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New Mars Science Results
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Genetics and Ethics in the Obama Administration | Alondra Nelson || Radcliffe Institute

Genetics and Ethics in the Obama Administration | Alondra Nelson || Radcliffe Institute

[MUSIC PLAYING] – Good afternoon, everyone. I’m Tomiko Brown-Nagin, the dean of the Radcliffe Institute for Advanced Study here, at Harvard. Welcome to the annual Kim and Judy Davis Dean’s Lecture in the Social Sciences. This year, featuring Dr. Alondra Nelson, president of the Social Science Research Council and professor of sociology at Columbia University. […]

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A Quantum Leap Technion Center for Quantum Science, Matter and Engineering

A Quantum Leap Technion Center for Quantum Science, Matter and Engineering

in the world of the future quantum mechanics will revolutionize technology and become part of the daily routine but the world of tomorrow starts today right here in Israel the center for quantum science matter and engineering is a unique initiative of the Technion designed to spearhead Israeli science and technology and lead us to […]

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Science Of Happiness and The Good Life

Science Of Happiness and The Good Life

Happiness is a positive state of mind and we all know what that feels like to have that moment of happiness, but to have sustained happiness is something which requires a lot of effort. Happiness is a combination of our emotional feeling, whether we’re experiencing positive emotion and also how we think our life is […]

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Artificial Intelligence & Personhood: Crash Course Philosophy #23

Artificial Intelligence & Personhood: Crash Course Philosophy #23

Crash Course Philosophy is brought to you by Squarespace. Squarespace: share your passion with the world Ok, guys, real talk. Uhh, I’m kinda worried. I think my brother John might be a robot. I know, it sounds ridiculous. He looks like a human. Pretty much. And he acts like a human. Most of the time. […]

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Can nuclear power save us from climate catastrophe? MIT professor weighs in

Can nuclear power save us from climate catastrophe? MIT professor weighs in

I want to ask you about the push by some, saying nuclear power is the answer, in the climate crisis, to the reliance on oil and gas. Yes. You know, if we’re going to fully replace fossil fuels, we will have to build 12,000 new reactors around the globe. There are about 400 now. So […]

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How Close Are We to Launching the James Webb Space Telescope?

How Close Are We to Launching the James Webb Space Telescope?

And liftoff of the Space Shuttle Discovery with the Hubble Space Telescope. Before the Hubble Space Telescope launched in 1990, we didn’t know how old the universe was. We had never seen a planet outside of our solar system. We didn’t even know about dark energy! Hubble taught us a lot, but it can only […]

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