What NASA can teach us about education reform | Matt Candler

What NASA can teach us about education reform | Matt Candler

One way to think about the state of school today in the U.S. is to ask the question, what did school look like a hundred years ago? And lets say we found someone and brought them in a time machine forward from a 100-120 years ago and started to show them what our world looked […]

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There Was No First Human

There Was No First Human

[MUSIC] This is me. I’m a human. These are my parents, they’re clearly humans too. My grandfather, human. My great-grandfather and great-great-grandfather? Humans without a doubt. But my grandfather 185 million generations removed? Not a human. He was a fish. [MUSIC] Imagine you could take a picture of every ancestor down the line and put […]

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Close the Innovation Deficit

Close the Innovation Deficit

Americans are worried about our federal budget deficit. But people who worry about our country’s economic health also need to understand that we’re creating another kind of deficit in the U.S. that impacts every community and industry in the country – the innovation deficit. America’s economy has been built on innovation and new ideas that […]

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MILK + SOAP = MAGIC

MILK + SOAP = MAGIC

This experiment uses milk and soap experiment. All we have today Milk , food colouring , bowl q-tips soap. The first thing to do is add milk add it to the bowl Second, wait for the bubbles to be all gone Third thing, add food colouring in the middle add a lot of food colouring […]

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Einstein’s Proof of E=mc²

Einstein’s Proof of E=mc²

In mid 1905, Albert Einstein derived what is now the most famous equation in the world: E equals M C squared. But he didn’t just write this down out of the blue – it followed directly from his paper on special relativity that we talked about in last week’s video… and here’s how he did […]

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How Artist Claude Monet Was Kind Of Like a Honeybee

How Artist Claude Monet Was Kind Of Like a Honeybee

Of all the things that set humans apart from other animals, of all our inventions and ingenuity, art might be the most unique. In the long history of human art, from cave walls to the Louvre, few can compare to Claude Monet. When we talk about what makes artists like Monet special, we don’t talk […]

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The Difference between Black Magic and White Magic

The Difference between Black Magic and White Magic

Paramahamsa Nithyananda on The Difference between Black Magic and White Magic See Sadashiva, explains this whole science of enlightenment and manifesting the experience and powers. Let me give you the first understanding. No power is a power. It is only the confirmation of your oneness with that object. Listen, see for example if you are […]

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Hydrogen Materials – Advanced Research Consortium (HyMARC)

Hydrogen Materials – Advanced Research Consortium (HyMARC)

(music plays) – [Mark Allendorf ] Hydrogen is a industrial commodity that is used worldwide to make everything from plastics to fertilizer. It’s also a really intriguing fuel. It’s beginning to be used in passenger vehicles, but this is a very challenging problem. – [Tom Gennet] We’re trying to develop a new infrastructure. You’re looking […]

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Why Roller Coasters Click

Why Roller Coasters Click

Whether you’re a fan of riding roller coasters, or you have simply played way too much Roller Coaster Tycoon, you are probably familiar with the clacking, clicking, or clanking sound that many roller coasters make as they climb the lift hill. What you may or may not know is that this sound is part of […]

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Illusionist Derren Brown Reads Seth’s Mind

Illusionist Derren Brown Reads Seth’s Mind

-We’re here with illusionist Derren Brown, everybody, whose show, “Derren Brown: Secret” is on Broadway through January 4th, at the Cort Theatre. And I’m so happy to be here. What an honor. -This is so exciting. Thank you for having me on. Ignore this — -Okay. -By the way, ignore that. -Okay. -Pay that no […]

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