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THE NATURE OF SOUND – SYMPHONY OF SCIENCE

THE NATURE OF SOUND – SYMPHONY OF SCIENCE

How do you do, Ladies and Gentlemen, And boys and girls, and teachers? Our special business today, will be on the subject of waves and sound To make a sound, something has to vibrate But it won’t start to vibrate by itself First you have to hit it! Are you listening? The nature of sound […]

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TIRES | How they Work | Science Garage

TIRES | How they Work | Science Garage

– Today we’re gonna explore how we got from this, to this. Let’s cut open a (beep) tire. (upbeat music) Polymer. Pop. This cars down to the atom. Science Ha ha ha. Rubber has been around forever. We know that Mayans were using the sap from the rubber trees over 4,000 years ago. Raw rubber, […]

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States of Consciousness – Levels of Awareness – with Dr Z

States of Consciousness – Levels of Awareness – with Dr Z

Hi gang. We’re gonna talk about levels of awareness under states of consciousness. Levels of awareness is about how much attention you’re giving to something. And the first two levels of awareness which everyone should be familiar with is the high level and lower level. Now a high level of awareness is when you are […]

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Raynauds Awareness Campaign Video

Raynauds Awareness Campaign Video

low Imagine wearing gloves indoors in the middle of summer just so the air conditioner doesn’t trigger an episode and turn my fingers blue. Or wearing a jacket when everyone else is in shorts. Debbie Smith is 32. A communications manager for a trade association and fitness enthusiast, she has a busy active lifestyle. But […]

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House Impeachment Inquiry – Taylor & Kent Testimony
The future of artificial intelligence and self-driving cars

The future of artificial intelligence and self-driving cars

[MUSIC] Hello, everybody.>>Hello.>>My name is Jennifer Widom, and I became the dean of Stanford’s School of Engineering about six weeks ago.>>[APPLAUSE] >>Thank you [LAUGH]. [APPLAUSE] >>And I have to say, this is my first time introducing a live radio show, nobody told me that was part of the job description, but that’s okay, I don’t […]

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Into Perú

Into Perú

(Emily) – In three days’ time, Team Brain Scoop is setting out for the Peruvian Amazon. We’re in search of genus and species known and unknown: reptiles and amphibians, plants, birds, mammals, fishes, and insects. Our expedition is for three weeks in the jungle. Cameraman and frogman Tom McNamara and I will go beyond the […]

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How to Launch a Nuclear Missile

How to Launch a Nuclear Missile

During the Cold War the US and the Soviet Union had to build underground silos to house nuclear missiles that could be launched at a few minutes notice. Now, one of the technical challenges they had to overcome that you might not think of is acoustics. Launching a missile in such a confined silo generates […]

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Nature’s Killer Cocktails: VENOM Science!

Nature’s Killer Cocktails: VENOM Science!

[MUSIC] Alex I’ll take “Potent Potables” for $200 please. I may move slow, but my venom can kill you in minutes. Joe What is a cone snail! That is correct. I’ll take “Potent Potables” for $400 please Alex. Whether it’s Mortal Kombat or my venomous tail, play against me and you could see a “fatality”. […]

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Shark Awareness Day: It’s Totally Jawsome | Nat Geo Wild

Shark Awareness Day: It’s Totally Jawsome | Nat Geo Wild

[instrumental music playing] NARRATOR: On Shark Awareness Day, these ancient fish are given a much deserved spotlight. Awe inspiring and fear provoking, sharks are among the most popular and misunderstood animals on Earth. And while names like hammerheads, bulls, and great whites are often the most recognized, there are hundreds more. In fact, over 500 […]

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