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Professor Gribblys’ Cartoon Curriculum, Basic Electricity Episode #1

Hi, I’m Professor Gribbly, and I’m here to put fun in science. Yay! Welcome to ScienceToy.org I’m Professor Gribbly, and this is the Cartoon that uses Toys, to help children and adults have Fun together, while learning: Basic Science, Technology, Engineering and Math (STEM). This is our Basic Electricity, Cartoon Curriculum, episode #1. Before watching […]

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Why Roller Coasters Click

Whether you’re a fan of riding roller coasters, or you have simply played way too much Roller Coaster Tycoon, you are probably familiar with the clacking, clicking, or clanking sound that many roller coasters make as they climb the lift hill. What you may or may not know is that this sound is part of […]

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How To Make A DIY Earth’s Layers Pop Up Card

yeah it’s like why because I Chaka guys and welcome to the cool show on the tube National Science day is coming up and that’s why I have decided that I’m going to teach you some cool tricks to make your science project even more interesting I’m back in school I used to love science […]

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Your brain on music | Alan Harvey | TEDxPerth

Translator: Amanda Chu Reviewer: Peter van de Ven ♪ Now, how do you do, Private William McBride? ♪ ♪ Do you mind if I sit here down by your graveside ♪ ♪ And rest for a while ‘neath the warm summer sun? ♪ ♪ I’ve been walking all day, and I’m nearly done. ♪ ♪ […]

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Neanderthals used their hands like tailors and painters

Your hands help tell your life story— —from the calluses of an expert bass player, to the healed burns of a seasoned chef. Hands can also help unveil the lives of those from far before our time—our cousins the Neanderthals who went extinct over 40,000 years ago. Over the past decades, we’ve seen increasing complexity […]

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Meet Pavlina: Light Painter – This Is Engineering

I was always very curious about the world around me, I was always asking questions. I thought engineering would give me the opportunity to combine my two passions: science and art. I decided to become a lighting designer and the fashion industry gave me an opportunity to express myself. It’s like painting with light. People […]

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Using Gene Editing To Repaint Butterfly Wings

Thanks to The Great Courses Plus for supporting PBS Digital Studios How… to paint…a butterfly wing. Hey smart people, Joe here. CRISPR: it’s a DNA-editing technology that you’ve probably heard about in terms of disease, medicine, maybe making genetically modified organisms. But scientists are using it for some really interesting questions, like why do butterflies […]

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SB 1062 Impact & Arizona ArtBeat: America Pop Art

>>>Coming up next on “Arizona Horizon,” we’ll discuss the political and economic fallout from the now-vetoed senate bill 1062.>>>And we’ll check out an art exhibit in Tempe that looks at the impact of popular culture on society.>>>Those stories next, on “Arizona Horizon.”>>”Arizona Horizon” is made possible by contributions from the friends of eight. Members of […]