Monday, August 17, 2015

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Outtakes #3: Crash Course A&P

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Egg Russian Roulette with Zac Efron

Riding the Solar Wind Using Electrostatic Propulsion

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Fecal Transplants for Ulcerative Colitis? - IBD in the News

🦈 Science Today: Mysterious Shark Birth | California Academy of Sciences

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Brian Greene: It’s Easy to Teach Kids to Love Science. So Why Do We Keep Failing at It?

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The 10 FREAKIEST Creepypastas Ever Told

Why do people and animals tilt their heads when confused? - Big Questions - (Ep. 43)

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Bill Nye's Message to Camp Imgur

Bill Nye & Neil DeGrasse Tyson on a Roof

Wobbly RAM & ZX81 Drawbacks - Computerphile

How Search Engines Treat Data - Computerphile

40 Ridiculous Real News Headlines

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Jason Paul's Freerunning Illusions

LHC Computing

The Escaramujo Project

ESOcast 55: The ALMA Inauguration

ESOcast 60: A Polarised View of Exoplanets

ESOcast: 70: Green Light for E-ELT Construction

‘Yellow chemistry’ turns sulfur waste into plastics - Science Nation

Whistled Turkish helps speak across valleys

25 Most Powerful Passports In The World You Might Want To Possibly Own

MΓΆbius Knots and Roller Coasters - Numberphile

Gamma Ray Bursts and Recent Results from the Fermi Mission - Peter Michelson (SETI Talks)

Titan's Oceans observed by CASSINI Radar - Howard Zbker (SETI Talks)

Ants Fake Fights to Survive

Chasing Sunlight: Cucumber Tendrils in Action

Octopus surprise

Flying robotic jellyfish

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Die 10 schmerzhaftesten Sex-Unfälle!

The History of Software - Professor Martyn Thomas

Living in a Cyber-Enabled World: An Introduction by Professor Martyn Thomas