Matthew Dea

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Scientists Find Skull of an Extinct Crocodile Species
Are We All Related?

Are We All Related?

This is you. And these are your ancestors, a huge pyramid stretching into the past and balancing right on your head. How many ancestors do you have? Well, you have two parents. Four grandparents. And eight great-grandparents. Four generations back, your direct ancestors total 30. If we continue down this line, doubling every step, just […]

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The Science of Dreaming

The Science of Dreaming

Dreaming has got to be one of the weirdest things we do. I mean, I don’t want to diminish all the other strange crap our bodies are capable of, ’cause a lot of it is pretty cracked out. But dreams are a special kind of crazy. Like, no matter how many dreams you’ve had in […]

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Michael Behe Exposes How Mutations Fail To Invent (Science Uprising EP6)
James Tour:  The Origin of Life Has Not Been Explained
Museum Library Collections Unleashed! – AMNH SciCafe
The Choice is Ours (2016) Official Full Version
Our Senses: What Sluggish Sloths Tell Us About Balance

Our Senses: What Sluggish Sloths Tell Us About Balance

[MUSIC PLAYS]>>ROB DESALLE, CURATOR: Balance and hearing are usually associated with each other because the organs that do the sensing of sound waves and that detect position, they’re very close to each other. They’re in the inner ear. They work in somewhat the same fashion, too. The cochlea that detects the sound waves has fluid […]

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Insecta: Science That Stings

Insecta: Science That Stings

(Hissing) (Relaxing music) – Tada! It’s not a thing. – [Justin] We just fed her so she’s kind of fat and sassy. She had a nice big juicy caterpillar off a cabbage plant. She was very happy with that. – This is that bait I was telling you about that these collectors have been using […]

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What puts the ‘bomb’ in bombardier beetle? | Natural History Museum

What puts the ‘bomb’ in bombardier beetle? | Natural History Museum

From spikes to camoflage to detachable tails animals protect themselves in a wide range of ways One type of beetle takes it to the next level: it packs a boiling explosive punch There are around 400,000 species of beetle, and one group, the bombardier beetles, have devised one of the most interesting defence strategies in […]

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