Bad History – PUTIN (My Heart Is Cold)

Bad History – PUTIN (My Heart Is Cold)

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A Look at The Metropolitan Museum of Art, 1976—The Hidden World | From the Vaults

A Look at The Metropolitan Museum of Art, 1976—The Hidden World | From the Vaults

(upbeat percussion music) – [Ray Cusie] I’ve been with the museum over 18 years. And I started out in security, went up to design, and worked in several other departments. Now I work public education, working on audio-visual equipment. Making video tapes of our installations and galleries. (upbeat percussion music) Visitors are, it’s hard to […]

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The Paris of Louis XIV #1: Art and sculpture of Place des Victoires – Art is Life

The Paris of Louis XIV #1: Art and sculpture of Place des Victoires – Art is Life

Hello Everybody, I’m Gerard Vidal and this is Art is Life Did you ever think how it was the parties of Louis XIV? Today we are on place des Victoires, And here we will discover the biggest party of the kingdom of Louis XIV. For this special day, a decorate structure was constructed to accomodate […]

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PHILOSOPHY – Epicurus

PHILOSOPHY – Epicurus

This is a philosopher who helps us think about money, capitalism, and our runaway consumer societies Epicurus was an Ancient Greek born in 341 BC. What made him famous was that he spent all his life trying to work out the largest puzzle there is: what makes people happy? Philosophers before him had discussed at […]

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Water Stone, 1987—Installing Isamu Noguchi’s Iconic Sculpture | From the Vaults

Water Stone, 1987—Installing Isamu Noguchi’s Iconic Sculpture | From the Vaults

In the Japanese Galleries at the Metropolitan Museum in New York, water flows from a seven-sided stone. Instead of a traditional Japanese garden basin, a modern sculpture cut from a basalt rock with polished sides and a rough skin. Installing the work presented problems. Another one, another one. I said styrofoam. Get styrofoam. Then we […]

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Tiber Septim – The Elder Scrolls Lore

Tiber Septim – The Elder Scrolls Lore

Hello everybody and welcome to this presentation of The Elder Scrolls Lore. In The Elder Scrolls, there are many stories. There are many myths and many legends. Tales of heroes and tyrants. Gods and kings. Then, there’s Tiber Septim. At the dawn of the Second Era, Cyrodiil was ruled by Versidue-Shaie, a Tsaesci of Akavir […]

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Gerhard Richter: Painting After All | Met Exhibitions

Gerhard Richter: Painting After All | Met Exhibitions

[Music Plays] [Music plays with sounds of Richter painting] [Music Plays] [Music plays with sounds of Richter painting] [Music Plays] [Music Fades Out]

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Best German WW2 General? Definitive Answer.

Best German WW2 General? Definitive Answer.

Time to finally settle the question, who was the best German general in the Second World War. So, bring the popcorn and if you are up for challenge, post your pick in the comment section before watching the video, but be aware, you will be surprised and this time I don’t take prisoners. So, let […]

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The Cognitive Tradeoff Hypothesis

The Cognitive Tradeoff Hypothesis

[clangs] This is Inuyama, Japan, a historic city home to Japan’s oldest original wooden castle. It is also home to Kyoto University’s Primate Research Institute.Here, a group of chimpanzees have been trainedto play a game that exposes something shockingabout their memories.This is going to blow your mind.Here is how it works.Take a look at these […]

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Park Seed Celebrates 150 Years

Park Seed Celebrates 150 Years

William: I was born in Greenwood, South Carolina at my home place at the end the West Creswell on Spring Street. The house is still there my dad started the company. Karen: He was like a young teenager maybe even 12 when he started collecting seeds from his mother’s garden and selling them to the […]

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