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How To Clean The Dirtiest Wheels! – Chemical Guys

How To Clean The Dirtiest Wheels! – Chemical Guys

Welcome back to the Detail Garage! So a common question we get here is how do you get rid of brake dust from chrome rims, painted rims and OEM rims. So over here we’ve got two vehicles that have caked on brake dust, road grime and anything else you can throw at it and where […]

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Electrochemistry: Crash Course Chemistry #36

Electrochemistry: Crash Course Chemistry #36

Aaah, the controlled flow of electrons, making possible laptops and phones and cars and pacemakers. Batteries, just like everything else in life, is just chemistry raised to the power of awesome. The kind of chemistry that happens inside of a battery is called electrochemistry because it involves reactions that produce or consume free electrons. Specifically, […]

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Richard Dawkins: “The Making of a Scientist” | Talks at Google

Richard Dawkins: “The Making of a Scientist” | Talks at Google

[MUSIC PLAYING] RICHARD DAWKINS: Thank you very much. Some of my titles may be good. I’m quite pleased with “The Blind Watchmaker,” as Ray Kurtzweil has said. “The Selfish Gene” is not a bad title. But it’s unfortunately been rather widely read by title only. Various critics have omitted to read the rather substantial footnote, […]

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Introducción canal Física Desmitificada – profesor de física – física mas simple bien explicada.

Introducción canal Física Desmitificada – profesor de física – física mas simple bien explicada.

Welcome to my demystified physical channel. As the name implies, demystified physics, the purpose of this channel is to break with some myths that are generally associated with the study of physics. Many students face these myths, the most common of course, it is the one that indicates that: physics is a very difficult subject, […]

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Standards for Mathematical Practice

Standards for Mathematical Practice

So, one of the really central ideas—or maybe cornerstone ideas— of the Common Core in mathematics is these 8 standards for mathematical practices. These are things that people who do mathematics do. The first one problem solving and persevering is this is something that I think has been getting a lot of attention recently in […]

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Do Humans Have Pheromones? — Speaking of Chemistry

Do Humans Have Pheromones? — Speaking of Chemistry

Let’s be honest. We all stink. But what if our body odor also contains pheromones that could make us simply irresistible to all the single ladies and/or gentlemen? Creepy internet cologne dealers want you to believe that that’s the case—and they may not be totally wrong. But we still smell a rat and this is […]

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How to Make a WITCHER with Science

How to Make a WITCHER with Science

(upbeat techno music) (spider rattling) – Back you beasts, back! Being a witcher means walking a path filled with monsters and magic, but is there a way to make a Geralt of Rivia for real? Let’s get technical, back! Gary jeez, I said, come on. (upbeat techno music) From the book and video game series […]

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Great Mathematicians of India: Vedic Mathematics

Great Mathematicians of India: Vedic Mathematics

As part of the Indian mathematics video series, today we will be covering Vedic mathematics, so let’s dive right in. You must have heard the proverb, “necessity is the mother of all inventions”, which basically means that for any sort of invention or any sort of scientific invention to happen, you must have a need […]

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Did scientists REALLY just admit to exaggerating global warming?

Did scientists REALLY just admit to exaggerating global warming?

“Experts admit global warming predictions wrong!” What? No, there’s more to it than that— “Fear of global warming is exaggerated, say scientists!” Excuse me, they didn’t say that at all— “Climate alarmists finally admit ‘we were wrong about global warming’!” Oh look, can you all calm down? That’s enough! “Report shows that the world isn’t […]

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How Quantum Computers Break Encryption | Shor’s Algorithm Explained

How Quantum Computers Break Encryption | Shor’s Algorithm Explained

The goal of encryption is to garble data is such a way so that no one who has the data can read it unless they’re the intended recipient. And the encryption of pretty much all private information sent over the internet relies immensely on one numerical phenomenon – as far as we can tell, it’s […]

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