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Understanding Pop Art | ARTiculations

In the last episode we took a look at colour field painting which many people find frustrating because they’re seemingly lacking in contextless and narrative. So what about something that is on the completely opposite side of the spectrum? Something that is full of cultural reference, explicit ideas and popular imagery? Well apparently on this […]

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The Bumble Nums Make Boogie Down Baba Ganoush | Cartoon For Kids

The Bumble Nums Today, the Bumble Nums are going to make Boogie Down Baba Ganoush But what’s the secret ingredient? Aha, four boogieing eggplants that bounce, wiggle, and spin Looks like the Bumble Nums are throwing a party in the garden And look at those funky dance moves They are bouncing wiggling and spinning Maybe […]

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Michio Kaku: The Universe in a Nutshell (Full Presentation)

My name is Professor Michio Kaku.  I’m a professor of theoretical physics at the City University of New York and I specialize in something called string theory.  I’m a physicist. Some people ask me the question, “What has physics done for me lately?  I mean, do I get better color television, do I get better […]

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The Capacity to Give up on People

For noble and very understandable reasons, we’ve come to associate maturity and kindness with a capacity not to give up on people. Our heroes and heroines keep faith with those they love. They don’t throw in the towel when trouble rears its head. They put up with the hardships and friction. Running away is disloyalty. […]

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The Try Guys Plant 20 Million Trees (PSA Music Video)

– Hi, we’re the Try Guys. – We’re teaming up with Mr. Beast, Mark Rober, and the Arbor Day Foundation to plant 20 million trees. – [Ned] Click the blue button to donate now and 100 percent of the money will go to Team Trees. Or go to TeamTrees.org to learn more. – But we […]

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How I memorize piano music | Jocelyn Swigger | TEDxGettysburgCollege

Translator: Alice Spangaro Reviewer: Queenie Lee Jocelyn Swigger: Let’s talk about how you translate something like that into something like this. (Music: Chopin “Étude Op. 25, No. 2, in F minor”) The two questions that I get asked most often after I play a concert are “How do you make your fingers move so fast?” […]