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Man Lives 19 Years In Airport - Why? (True Story)

History
Denis Luiz de Souza has been living in a Brazilian International Airport for 19 years and shows no signs of leaving.

What Mud From Glacial Lakes Can Tell Us About Our History | National Geographic

History
See what challenges face a team of scientists gathering core sediment samples from a glacial lake in the Himalayas.

The mysterious life and death of Rasputin - Eden Girma

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Get to know the story of Rasputin, known as the “Mad Monk,” who was assassinated for his involvement with the Russian monarchy.

Could a breathalyzer detect cancer? - Julian Burschka

History
Discover how scientists are analyzing compounds in the breath to create a versatile breathalyzer capable of detecting disease.

The philosophy of cynicism

History
Explore the ancient Greek philosophy of cynicism, which calls for the rejection of materialism and conformity in favor of a simple life.

Why Most Resolutions Fail & How To Succeed

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Common pitfalls of New Year's resolutions and how I plan to avoid them.

Overpopulation & Africa

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For most of our history, the human population grew slowly. Until new discoveries brought us more food and made us live longer.

Elon Musk’s 10,000km^2 Solar Panel

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Let there be power!

The Mysterious Event That Made Venus A Death Trap

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At one time long ago, the planet Venus had some similarities in its climate to that of Earth, and having the potential to be habitable for the existence of life, but something happened that made Venus an uninhabitable, rocky, desolate planet, but what?

Scientists Now Know Which Came First: The Chicken or The Egg

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The age old question "What came first, the chicken or the egg?" will FINALLY be answered! In today's video we're taking a scientific approach to find the true answer to a question many of the smartest people have pondered. Do you know which came first?

What's The Most Indestructible Animal To Ever Live On Earth? DEBUNKED

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Anti Nuke Cockroach, Space Water Bears, Bulletproof Dinos & Immortal Worms are just some of the incredible animals we look at as we determine the Toughest Most Indestructible Animal Ever!

How Wildlife Is Bouncing Back In This African Park

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When Tizola Moyo started as a ranger in 1993, Majete Wildlife Reserve was devoid of any wildlife. Now, with the help of the park’s rangers and community collaboration, it's flourishing.

Why doesn’t the Leaning Tower of Pisa fall over?

History
Dig into the 800 year history and architecture of the Leaning Tower of Pisa and find out what gives the tower its infamous tilt.

The history of the world according to corn

History
Trace the 9,000 year old history of the domestication of corn, or maize, and its effects on global agriculture.

The Ancient City of Sela | Lost Cities With Albert Lin

History
Albert Lin is in the ancient city of Sela, Jordan looking for clues that the Nabateans once inhabited this area.

What Happens After You're Released From Prison?

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Getting out of prison for some people can bring about a long list of complications. Would society treat you the same? What really happens once you're released from prison?

Are the illuminati real?

History
The year was 1776. In Bavaria, new ideals of rationalism, religious freedom and universal human rights competed with the Catholic church’s heavy influence over public affairs.

How to Colonize The Outer Worlds | Because Space

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In The Outer Worlds humanity has built colonies on the farthest reaches of the galaxy. But what truly stands in the way of humanity making our place in the stars?

What causes an economic recession?

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How can factors like inflation, supply and demand, and interest rates trigger recessions? Learn the economic basics of modern markets.

Crossing US border

History
Some people have risked their lives trying to cross the American-Mexican border, but what are some of the craziest ways people have attempted to get past border patrol?

Peatlands Critical In Climate Change Fight | National Geographic

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Peatlands lock in more carbon than forests—and a new mapping effort suggests that the Democratic Republic of Congo’s might be the world’s largest.