Crossing US border

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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.

How to triple your memory by using this trick

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Do you recall studying for your exams? You probably do. But do you remember how you studied, how you memorized French words or the year of the American civil war?

The Best Dogs Of BBC Earth | Top 5 | BBC Earth

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We've collected the most precious moments from our beloved canine companions: from cute puppies opening their eyes for the first time, to loyal wild dogs and incredibly intelligent pets.

Why Astronauts Were Almost Trapped On The Moon Forever

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The Apollo 11 mission to the moon is one of the most intense stories of survival.

What If You ONLY Ate Fish?

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Something seems fishy here. (It's this episode)

Why should you read “The God of Small Things” by Arundhati Roy?

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Dig into Arundhati Roy’s “The God of Small Things,” and follow the story of fraternal twins whose lives are destroyed by society’s “Love Laws.”

Australia's Most Notorious Outlaw

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The John Dillinger of the Australian outback, Ned Kelly, was wanted dead or alive with a large bounty placed on his head to attract desperate killers, but they weren't prepared to find Kelly and his gang rigged out in Iron Man outfits!

Sweating Different Colors?

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Can you REALLY sweat in a variety of colors? It's Dear Blocko #21!

Why Exercise Is Hard

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Because exercise isn't essential for short-term survival, we don't exercise enough, so we need to reincorporate purposeful physical activity into our lives.

Most Deadly Elements On Earth

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You've all studied the periodic table in school, but we are sure you're teachers never talked about elements like this!

Why Exercise Is Hard

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Because exercise isn't essential for short-term survival, we don't exercise enough, so we need to reincorporate purposeful physical activity into our lives.

A brief history of chess - Alex Gendler

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Trace the storied history of the game of chess, from its origins in 7th century India to the computer software we use today.

Dragon Ball Z’s Senzu Beans EXPLAINED

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How exactly do the senzu beans in Dragon Ball work? Kyle takes a closer look at those magical healing plants in this week's episode of Because Science!

Science Experiments That Went Horribly Wrong

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Some of the worst experiments have been conducted in the name of science. In today's educational cartoon we are looking into the worst accidents to happen during an experiment.

How To Survive A Fall From 35,000 Feet!

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Anyone can make these classic 4 meals!

The Secret Global Sewer System

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Ditches and drain pipes help crops survive but can negatively impact the broader landscape.

The secret student resistance to Hitler - Iseult Gillespie

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Learn the story of the WWII student resistance group, called the White Rose, fighting against Hitler in Nazi Germany.

The dust bunnies that built our planet

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Investigate the theories surrounding cosmic dust bunnies and discover how the tiny particles could hold the key to the formation of life on Earth.

Could The US Citizens Fight Off The US Military?

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Today we are revolting against the government, and the military has come to shut us down.

What Was Being An Adult Like In The 70s?

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What was being an adult like in the 1970s? Did boomers have an easier time living?