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  • A New Way To Eat?
    By: Bradley
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    A graduate from a design academy created a set of colory design to stimulate more than just your sense of taste. Synesthesia is a neurological condition in which different senses such as touch, taste and hearing are affected and triggered by each other. Scientists in MIT have created a tiny transformer. The Milli-Motein is a reconfigurable robot that can be programmed to fold itself into a number of different shapes...
  • How Old Can We Get?
    By: Leonardo
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    In this video we are going to talk about time. Specifically how much time we have? What’s the oldest person that can ever be? Well the world record for the world’s longest living person belongs to Jeanne Louise Calment, a French woman who lived to be 122. Right now at this very moment of producing the video there are only 37 people alive who were born in the 1800’s. Those 37 people have lived in three different centuries. But as medical knowledge says people are living longer and longer. In fact scientists believe that based on to …
  • Meet the Lone Wolf Who Finally Found Love
    By: Leonardo
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    In 2011 researchers observed a wild gray wolf that left his pack in Oregon, only to wander into California. After a near 3 year journey, the wolf has found a mate. Together they're forming a new pack! Are you ready for a love story? Five years ago a wild gray wolf named OR7 was born in eastern Oregon and began wandering alone toward the western United States. Like you know most wolves live in a highly organized packs which hunt, breed and live together. When OR7 left his pack, scientists thought for sure he would be forever alone but….
  • Wooly Mammoths Might Be Coming Back to Life!
    By: Bradley
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    Scientists think they're close to finding a way to bring the wooly mammoth back to life! But why would we want that to happen? Because mammoths are awesome and we'll tell you why! Do you remember wooly mammoths? I mean those giant hairy like elephant creatures with long curvy backs. Once again scientists think that they're closer to bringing them back to life. Let's talk about some cool things about mammoths: 5. Mammoths were all that big and...
  • 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.
  • Who discovered the penicillin
    By: Victor_Brown
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    Hi, in the world of science every day many new things discovers that will bring new things to the world. One of the best fields is medicine because it brings hope for many people when scientists find a new treatment, or cure for a disease. In the past infection was much more than today and a discovery to cure it was very valuable. And the discovery of penicillin was very valuable because it was the first cure of infections with this power. And this happen in 1928 by Alexander Fleming. Let's watch the video about discovery of penicillin I hope you enjoy it.
  • Alexander Fleming, discovery of penicillin,  educational
    By: Victor_Brown
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    Hi, in the world of science we have lot of advances, one of the best field in this way is the science of medicine because it can save people's life and it is great. In the past there was not as many drugs as now and many people died because of infections, but even in the past we had some great scientists, the discovery of penicillin by Alexander Fleming was a great cure for many infection disease and it was such a miracle in that time. And it is as worth as we use it today with these lot of developments in medicine.
  • Why cats purr? Cat’s science
    By: alex_ferra
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    Hi, among these many animals which one is your favorite?> which one can be find everywhere? And it also s keep as a pet in some houses. The cats. You of course see one and you might know the sound of cats, the sound is like mew, miu, miue and something like this. The sound them make for expressing they feeling for example the purr for expressing their pleasure feeling and also for expressing anger. But low frequency making by purr of cats, base n a study of a scientists, help to the strength of bones of cats. So that it helps the cats health.
  • 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.
  • Why do we yawn? Educational
    By: Victor_Brown
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    Hi, we all experienced yawning and we think we do it when we are tired, yes I have a similar experience and I think yes when we are tired it happens more. But do you know what happen by yawning? When we yawn we bring more good air to our lung and remove the bad air, so that our mind becomes able to work better and more efficient. Many animals like little birds, cats, dogs also yawn and their yawning is contagious like human yawns. Some scientists understand in a little bird when the temperature rise they yawn, so they can lead more fresh air to the lungs.
  • Symphony of science, a wave f reason, science and education
    By: articleA
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    Hi this is a video about what many people, many scientists of ours say about the science and it is a symphony of science, a wave of reason, why do we think, why do we need to think and if you ask someone to think. And for thinking about reason there is no end, we can think lifetime. Here in this video many people have their saying and it will be present as a poetry as a symphony so let’s watch the video and here this beautiful symphony to inform us about the value of the science in the world we live in.
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