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  • Orion: Trial By Fire
    By: Michael_J
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    NASA’s newest spacecraft, Orion, will be launching into space for the first time in December 2014, on a flight that will take it farther than any spacecraft built to carry humans has gone in more than 40 years and through temperatures twice as hot as molten lava to put its critical systems to the test.
  • Why Are We Scared Of Spiders?
    By: Bradley
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    Why do you think we're scared of spiders? There's actually two theories! Come watch and find out if they apply to you. 1 of 3 woman and 1 of 4 man have a rachna phobia. The odd thing about this incredibly wide spread fear of spiders is that with the exception of a few them, they're basically harmless. So why are we afraid of spiders? Let's talk about the two theories: 1. It's possible that in a some time in our history humans develop the fear of spiders because they posed the much greater threat to us in the past and they do today...
  • Weird Facts You Didn't Know About The Human Body
    By: Leonardo
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    1. Humans can sweat off 25 to 6% of their body weight. Meaning a 150 pound person could sweat off 9 pounds. That's more than an average baby weighs. 2. The heart can create enough pressure to spray blood 30 feet. It could score a goal! 3. Scientists have found over 500 functions for the human liver and with just 25% of its tissue, the liver can fully regenerate. 4. The tongue has around 10000 taste buds. But as people age, their taste buds dissolve and stop regenerating.
  • How To Breathe Underwater
    By: pooya_f
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    Imagine breathing underwater, mermaid-style. It's actually possible! Humans have proven themselves remarkably adept at learning to do what other animals can do naturally. Scientists have made a breakthrough that could save patient's lives and open up the possibilities for underwater exploration. Chemical engineers, particle scientists, and doctors created injectable oxygen particles that carry three to four times the oxygen in our blood cells.
  • 7 Extinct Animals We Wish Were Brought Back to Life
    By: pooya_f
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    There are a lot of cool animals we wish were still alive. Most of the extinct animals in this list were killed because of humans. We all want these animals to come back but the theory is that if we brought these animals back, we will probably be taking advantage of them. 1. The Laughing Owl: This animal is also called white faced owl and it was found in New Zealand. The last one of this owl was found dead in New Zealand in 1914. 2. The Giant Sloth
  • Dr, Zahi Hawass explains the mummy recipe for Ancient Egypt mummies
    By: alex_ferra
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    Hi, as you know mummies are humans which are mummified in the past with special materials to save their body and it is very powerful method that knows we can find the body of mummies save their form. And they just mummified important characters like empires not typical people. And know we can study on the body of mummies and learn a lot about them. About their style of life, about their diet, about the age of death of the mummy and about how many years old is the mummy. If you want to know what kind of materials they used for mummifying this video can helps you.
  • Why is yawning contagious? Science
    By: alex_ferra
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    Why is yawning contagious? Or is it actually? Why do we yawn? Yawing bring us more oxygen. Leading more oxygen to our brain as brain needs more oxygen. Our experiences show that it is actually contagious, the sympathy of our brain with other human shows this. Even little bird do yawning. Contagious yawning happen between chimpanzee, dogs, cats and many other animals, and for humans. Some scientists say that yawning is a social behavior. Some electrical activities in the brine lead to yawn. If you are interested in learning me about yawning, let’s watch e video to learn more about yawning.
  • Facts you didn’t know about cats
    By: AhnafMustakin
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    Cat is the only animal to which humans have been connected to over 1000 years, but there are still things that we don’t know about them. “BetUDidntKnow” has told some of those in this video. It tells that a cat can make 100 different voices; they can jump 5 to 7 times higher than their tail. On average, cats sleep 16 hours a day. Cats only sweat at their palms. They have a very flexible back. They can move their ear at 180 degrees. So, they hear everything. Cats are extremely sensitive to vibrations; they can detect an earthquake 15 minutes before humans!
  • Facts about ants
    By: AhnafMustakin
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    Ants are perhaps the only insects so directly related to humans. They are everywhere but still these little creatures are un- discovered. BetYouDidntKnow provides some facts you didn’t know about ants in this video. An ant is capable of lifting about 50 times its own weight. These tiny creatures are so hard working that they never sleep. An ant has 2 stomachs; one is for its own food and other is for the food to be shared with others. Black ants and wood ants don’t have a sting they inject a spray of formic acid. All worker ants are females.
  • 10 Humans with real superpower, science
    By: aidin_ahmadian
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    Hi this is a video showing you 10 people, humans with real superpower. That is amazing. you will se a man who is able to eat anything like metal, plastic and even dangerous things like toxic things, it is estimated that he has eaten 9 toned to metal during his life. And you will see a man who has a body can stand 220 V electricity without any injury. You will also see a man who is able to swim in the lake with is almost frozen without any problem, he can stand many cold weather. You will see a man who is known as the fastest human calculator.
  • 2057 human, Dr. Michio, Kaku, science
    By: aidin_ahmadian
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    Hi this is a scientific video about future human and future civilization given by Dr. Michio Kaku. He is speaking in this video about the future civilization and its type for example the first type can get energy from start to run their huge machines and can control many things like earthquake and volcanoes and even weather that would be amazing and then continuing and explaining type two and type three which type two is developed version of type two and type three the developed version of type two, but one question where are we in this civilizations scale? We are actually type zero.
  • Facts about ants.
    By: AhnafMustakin
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    Ants are perhaps the only insects so directly related to humans. They are everywhere but still these little creatures are un- discovered. BetYouDidntKnow provides some facts you didn’t know about ants in this video. An ant is capable of lifting about 50 times its own weight. These tiny creatures are so hard working that they never sleep. An ant has 2 stomachs; one is for its own food and other is for the food to be shared with others. Black ants and wood ants don’t have a sting they inject a spray of formic acid. All worker ants are females.
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