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Huge Magma Chamber Discovered Beneath Yellowstone National Park | Science News

Huge Magma Chamber Discovered Beneath Yellowstone National Park | Science News

Welcome To Strange Science News Seismologists at the University of Utah, have discovered and made images of a reservoir of hot partly molten rock, 12 to 28 miles beneath the Yellowstone supervolcano. The hot rock in the newly discovered, deeper magma reservoir would fill the Grand Canyon more than 11 times. “For the first time, […]

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Schizophrenia Awareness Week 2015

Schizophrenia Awareness Week 2015

A lot of us get dismissed… Loony, round the twist Nutter …weirdo Schizo, or psycho I chose the plain white makeup because I feel a lot of us are invisible I’ve chosen a black hole because I believe people see them as scary, uncertain things People assume that I have a split personality I was […]

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NC State Humanities and Social Sciences: In the Community

NC State Humanities and Social Sciences: In the Community

[MUSIC] Wall: Well, it started a little more than two years ago. Several of us had an interest in common, and that was what we would need to do to adapt the conditions in the neighborhood so that we could stay in our homes rather than plan to go to retirement homes. When we realized […]

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Interview with Dr Dallas Rogers – Social Sciences

Interview with Dr Dallas Rogers – Social Sciences

Hi I’m Dallas Rogers and I’m a Lecturer here at Western Sydney University and also the Academic Course Advisor for Social Science on Parramatta Campus. So in the early two thousands I cycled from Singapore to the United Kingdom through about twenty countries, cycling for about 20,000 kilometres. During that trip I cycled over the […]

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The Science of Rainbows

The Science of Rainbows

[music] From coloring books to record covers, rainbows are everywhere. I bet you can even remember the colors without thinking twice. Although in real life no one really says “indigo”, although I guess ROYGBV doesn’t really have the same ring to it. As anyone who’s tried to chase one finds out, a rainbow isn’t really […]

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Space-Faring Dinosaurs and The Scarcity of Intelligence

Space-Faring Dinosaurs and The Scarcity of Intelligence

Over the course of my life, I have seen paleontological research into dinosaurs go through a revolution. When I was a kid reading books on the dinosaurs, they were full of pictures of primitive cold-blooded reptiles plodding around awaiting extinction. Now they’re not seen that way. Today they are now seen as dynamic, complex animals. […]

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Environmental Social Sciences with a Year in Professional Practice – BA (Hons) – University of Kent

Environmental Social Sciences with a Year in Professional Practice – BA (Hons) – University of Kent

I chose to do my course here at Kent because I felt that the programme itself had a good combination of subjects and fields that I was interested in and that I wanted to study. I thought what better way to start pursuing my passion for the environment other than to study here. What I […]

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Can Science Make Sense of Life?

Can Science Make Sense of Life?

– [Narrator] In November 2018, the Second International Summit on Human Genome Editing was held at the University of Hong Kong. There, Chinese researcher He Jiankui presented something unexpected and what the organizers of the summit called deeply disturbing. He and his research team claimed to have genetically modified two human embryos resulting in the […]

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Don’t Believe These 6 Science Facts

Don’t Believe These 6 Science Facts

Are some of the science facts you’ve been believing actually science fiction? Let’s talk about that. ♪ (theme music) ♪ – Good Mythical Morning! – We live in a world full of – misinformation. And today we’re gonna – Mm, mm. – clear up a little bit of that. – Hm. There are these things […]

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Lindsay Stewart – Intelligence Corps Sergeant

Lindsay Stewart – Intelligence Corps Sergeant

My experience with FDM has been great. I left the army I was placed within ten weeks of being here at the academy and I’ve really enjoyed every minute of it so far. I was concerned that the skills that I had obtained while in the military weren’t easily transferrable to civilian employment but I’ve […]

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