Chicken Breasts That Don’t Suck | Basics with Babish
Chicken breasts: one of the most perplexing pieces of poultry for a new chef in the kitchen. Here’s the Basics on how to make juicy, tender, flavorful, and crispy chicken breasts with a rich, lemony pan sauce.
Universal Basic Income Explained – Free Money for Everybody? UBI
What the state covered your cost of living, would you still go to work?
What If You Transplanted Your Head to a New Body?
Transplantation of human’s head, still fantasy or could be a reality?
India’s Geography Problem
India is a bit of an anomaly on the world stage. It’s a massive 1.2 billion person, strong country, stretching thousands of miles tall and thousands of miles wide, with one of the most sizeable economies in the world, but it was never really destined to be a country…
Maidan Square Uprising Students – Smrt Scholarship Program
15 students who participated in the Maidan Square uprising received scholarships to attend an 8 week English course at the Canadian College of English Language summer 2014.
How To Be Confident
The fastest route to confidence is to stop being so attached to one’s dignity and seriousness; and plainly admit that one is – of course – an idiot. We all are.
How do fish make electricity? – Eleanor Nelsen
Nearly 350 species of fish have specialized anatomical structures that generate and detect electrical signals. Underwater, where light is scarce, electrical signals offer ways to communicate, navigate, find, and sometimes stun prey. But how do these fish produce electricity? And why? Eleanor Nelsen illuminates the science behind electric fish.
How Not to be Boring
No one is ever boring: we just seem boring when we haven’t learnt the surprisingly easy art of being honest about our vulnerabilities.
Nihon Nights: Discover Japan’s custom supercar culture w/ Mad Mike.
The New Zealand drift racer known as Mad Mike has made a documentary about the Japanese capital’s extraordinary after-dark modified auto scene – check out Nihon Nights above. Which car would you love to drive?
How long will human impacts last? – David Biello
Imagine aliens land on Earth a million years from now. What will these curious searchers find of us? They will find what geologists, scientists, and other experts are increasingly calling the Anthropocene, or new age of mankind. David Biello explains how the impacts that humans have made have become so pervasive, profound, and permanent that some geologists believe we merit our own epoch.
I Rescued Kittens That Almost Died
Jenna and her Mom live in an apartment complex, on the second floor with their two cats – Bella and Kitty. Their apartment has a little terrace attached to it, and she and her Mom, and the two cats love to hang out and watch all the activity going on in the courtyard, and sometimes in the other apartments across the way.
Brad and Sean Evans Make Cast-Iron Pizza | It’s Alive | Bon Appétit
Bon Appétit Test Kitchen manager, Brad Leone, is back for episode 19 of “It’s Alive,” and this time he’s joined by Sean Evans, host of Hot Ones and Sean In The Wild from First We Feast. Brad teaches Sean the art of making pizza in a cast-iron skillet while being subjected to an abbreviated version of Sean’s famous hot sauce challenge.
Harry Potter & The Prisoner of Azkaban: Why It’s The Best
Harry, Ron and Hermione return as teenagers for a third term at Hogwarts School of Witchcraft and Wizardry. But Harry’s fate, and that of the entire community of wizards, looks bleak when the infamous Sirius Black–convicted of abetting evil Lord Voldemort by killing 13 people with a single curse–escapes from prison.
Wagner talks about his experience studying International Trade at the Canadian College
Wagner is a Brazilian student who studied the International Trade Diploma at the Canadian College. He received a FITT Diploma which will help him get a better job in Brasil.
How does your body know you’re full? – Hilary Coller
Hunger claws at your belly. It tugs at your intestines, which begin to writhe, aching to be fed. Being hungry generates a powerful and often unpleasant physical sensation that’s almost impossible to ignore. After you’ve reacted by gorging on your morning pancakes, you start to experience an opposing force: fullness. But how does your body actually know when you’re full? Hilary Coller explains.
What Are Diminutives – and Why We Like Them
A diminutive is something you stick on the end of a word to make the thing it describes sound smaller. ie. Dog goes to Doggy. Every language has them, but some have more than others. Why are we drawn to diminutives? And why is English particularly resistant to them, compared to Spanish, for example?