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Welcome to The Field Museum

Welcome to The Field Museum

Welcome to The Brain Scoop’s new office! Isn’t it cool? I’m sitting here in Stanley Field Hall in the Field Museum of Natural History. It is one of the largest natural history museums in the United States. It has: representing Right now I’m going to take you guys on a tour of some of the […]

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23. The Logic of Science
5 Ancient Inventions Science Can’t Explain

5 Ancient Inventions Science Can’t Explain

5 Ancient Inventions Science Can’t Explain For the most part, technology has continued improving in a linear fashion for thousands of years. However, ancient cultures have left many relics and structures that seem a little too advanced for their respective eras. Even to this day, some of the greatest ancient creations cannot be explained by […]

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How to Set Up a Museum Scavenger Hunt

How to Set Up a Museum Scavenger Hunt

How to Set Up a Museum Scavenger Hunt. It can be difficult to make a museum trip exciting for kids, but one way to get them involved in learning about the exhibits and displays is to create your own scavenger hunt. You will need Museum Museum brochure or guide Pen and paper Computer with printer […]

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The Science of Game of Thrones

[MUSIC] Science is coming. [MUSIC] The Game of Thrones universe is one of the most brilliantly complex and utterly FRUSTRATING fictional universes ever created. But it IS a fictional universe, and the only rule of a fictional universe is that it is SELF-consistent. It doesn’t have to agree with our science, or logic, or even […]

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Big Science Learnings since 1969 – Behind the News

Big Science Learnings since 1969 – Behind the News

Hello, I’m Zach Devans. And now it’s time for The Science Part. Have you ever looked up at the moon and thought, “Gee, I wouldn’t mind a slice of that on a cracker.” Well, the truth is we don’t know what the moon is made of, so it could be cheese. OK, so most serious […]

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What is Social Network Analysis?

What is Social Network Analysis? You’ve heard of social networks before from the online versions like Facebook and Twitter to the more traditional social networks of people in a fraternity or in a small town. You’ve probably also heard about some of the interesting things you can learn about these networks when you analyze them, […]

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Spirit Science 12 ~ The Hidden Human History Movie

The Inner Earth ‘IF’ Reptilians Inhabit Hollow Earth?

hollow earth theory is fascinating. The idea that vast underground caverns with complete ecosystems and according to some a flipped version of the cosmos are said to exist at the center of the planet. We looked at these ideas in the video ‘hollow earth’ a few months back. So if the earth is hollow who […]

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Human Evolution: Crash Course Big History #6

Human Evolution: Crash Course Big History #6

Hi, I’m John Green. Welcome to Crash Course Big History Project where today we’re going to talk about the Planet of the Apes films. – What’s that? Apparently, those were not documentaries. But there was an evolutionary process that saw primates move out of East Africa and transform the earth into an actual planet of […]

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