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This Kayaking Adventure Will Take Your Breath Away
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The Epidemic That Never Happened and Its Consequences
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Learn the Meaning Behind These Common Dog Behaviors
Why do dogs howl, smile, or eat grass? To better interpret what your dog is trying to say, watch the informative video below.
These Unique Art Forms Have Been Practiced For Centuries
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A Japanese Chef's Knife Could Cost $900, Here’s Why
One chef's knife produced at Takamura Hamono in Echizen, Japan, can cost $900. What makes these knives so special and coveted?
This Lockdown Project is CHARMING - 14 Seashell Sculptures
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This Photo Contest Captures the Unique Colors of Our World
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Ever Seen a Monkey Play Pong With Its MIND?
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Can Intelligence Be Objectively and Realistically Defined?
Intelligence seems like a simple thing to define. This video teaches us that it is far more complex than we could imagine.
This Video Will Show You Where We Are in the Universe!
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Find Out How Bionic Limbs Are Transforming Countless Lives
Discover how a bionic revolution is greatly helping in transforming the lives of countless people with disabilities.
How Food Waste Can Be Turned Into a Clean Energy Source
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The Robotic Kitchen That Will Make Your Meals!
Meet the world's first robotic kitchen that be the nucleus of the kitchen of the future.
Everything You Wanted to Know About Mercury
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Can One Photo Really Tell How Good Your Eyesight Is?
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The 8th Continent: A Floating Ocean Cleaning Station
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Where Did the World’s Brightest Gemstones Get Their Color?
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Watch To Understand Exactly How Does an Igloo Work
Watch this video to understand how an igloo works and exactly how does it help in keeping human bodies warm.
Get to Know Our Solar Neighborhood...
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Are Parallel Worlds Possible? Science Says Yes
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Ever Wonder What Ancient Egyptian Sounded Like?
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5 Things You Were Likely Taught Wrong in Elementary School
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Can Science Achieve a Universal Blood Type?
We know our blood types to be an inherent unchangeable genetic feature, but there might be a way to create a universal blood type. Watch to find out more.
Amazing Science: Moving Objects with Sound Waves!
Watch how a research team from Japan successfully began experimenting with moving object through 3 dimensional space using sound waves.
Ever Wonder How Bubble Gum is Made?
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Study: Honeybee Venom Kills Aggressive Breast Cancer Cells
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This Amazing Device Stops Plastic From Reaching the Oceans
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Do Salt Lamps Really Work?
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Incredible and Innovative Wheelchair Designs!
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This NASA Physicist is Using Origami to Change the World!
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How mRNA Technology Could Be Used to Fight Cancer
Scientists now believe that the mRNA technology used to develop some COVID-19 vaccines could be applied to develop a cancer treatment.
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