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Memorize Anything In 60 Seconds

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If you've ever introduced yourself to someone new, and immediately forgot their name, you arn't alone. We're here to help you memorize anything in under 60 seconds, and see how these simple tricks will improve your life.

The Flash is the WRONG COLOR

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Is the Flash so fast that we've been getting his color's wrong this whole time?

Milk. White Poison or Healthy Drink?

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Curiosity Stream gives you access to big budget documentaries from people like David Attenborough and Stephen Hawking.

This equation will change how you see the world

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The logistic map connects fluid convection, neuron firing, the Mandelbrot set and so much more.

The urgent case for antibiotic-free animals | Leon Marchal

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The UN predicts that antimicrobial resistance will be our biggest killer by 2050. "That should really scare the hell out of all of us," says bioprocess engineer Leon Marchal. He's working on an urgently needed solution: transforming the massive, global animal feed industry.

This 67 Year Old Bird Could Be The Oldest In The World | BBC Earth

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This albatross is affectionately known as Wisdom, and is the oldest known bird in the wild.

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

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

How Could We Get To Mars In Only 28 Hours?

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There's a cheat code to getting to Mars. Can humans handle the harsh conditions that space will throw at them?

How To Turn Poop Into Power

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We could generate a lot of usable energy from human and animal poop through greater adoption of a process for using microbes to break down poop into methane gas.

How to Fall from ANY HEIGHT and Survive

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Some creatures can theoretically survive a fall from ANY height. How? Kyle explains the science of fall damage.

Can You Survive A Nuclear Blast In A Fridge? DEBUNKED

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f you were seconds away from a nuclear blast, where would you hide? Indiana Jones opted for the fridge and survived, but just how safe would it be?

How to Move the Sun: Stellar Engines

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Nothing in the Universe is static. In the milky way, billions of stars orbit the galactic center. Some, like our sun, are pretty consistent, keeping a distance of around 30,000 light years from the galactic center, completing an orbit every 230 million years.

The philosophy of cynicism

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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.

Nobody Really Knows What A Concussion Is

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Experts can't agree on the definition of the term "concussion," which makes it difficult to diagnose, treat, and research this important brain injury.

How to Slow Aging (and even reverse it)

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Scientists like Prof Sinclair have evidence of speeding up, slowing, and even reversing aging.

Elon Musk’s 10,000km^2 Solar Panel

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Let there be power!

How To Levitate | The Edge of Science

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Is levitation possible? YouTube Originals and BBC Studios bring you The Edge of Science, a scientific dive into the outer reaches of our understanding.

How 1 In A Billion Chance Brought Down A Whole Airplane

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The crazy tragic story of Flight 232 was all over the news 1989, about an airplane with engine failure that had to attempt a crash landing.

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?

The Great Acceleration

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We’re in the middle of a rapid, unprecedented, and world-changing increase in the intensity and scale of human activity on this planet.