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  • How to Make the Ultimate Thick, Creamy Milk Shake
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    Supersweet, watered-down milk shakes are nobody's idea of a good time. In this video we'll show you a few tips to help you achieve a thick, velvety milk shake without turning it into a sugar bomb. When you're making a milkshake, ice-cream is one of the most important ingredients. When you serve it with an ice-cream that is full of high fructose corn syrup and artificial sweeteners and you're pouring even more syrups on top of that and you blend it, you'll end with a ice-cream milkshake. That's really just like unbelievably sweet. So watch this video to learn how to do it the right way.
  • How to Use Chopsticks
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    Like speaking a foreign language, using chopsticks is a skill that you require your patience. To learn how to use chopsticks you will need chopsticks and patience. Step 1: In your right hand, rest the thick end of chopstick on the webbing between your thumb and fourth finger. So that about an inch of stick is behind your hand and rest the other end on your ring finger. Stabilize this bottom chopstick, which doesn't move, so the top chopstick can move.
  • How to Teach your baby to swim
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    Knowing how to swim is really important for both survival and enjoyment in the water. In this video we're going to share with you the tricks that we have learned through the experience from reading books and from the strategies that parents and other swimming instructors that shared with us. By using these techniques, your child will overcome fears and gain confidence and will learn the necessary motions for swimming.
  • Brain Tricks - This Is How Your Brain Works
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    You may not realize it but your brain processes the information in two very distinct ways. Like when you look at the photo in the video you instinctively know that she has blond hair, is visibly angry and likely has some choice words to you. Without any afford you experienced fast thinking. But if you look at the problem in the video, something different happens. For sure you immediately know it's a multiplication problem and you know you could solve it if you had energy, but you didn't. If you do try your...
  • Which Came First - The Chicken or the Egg?
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    It has perplexed humanity from as early as the Ancient Greeks. So which came first, the chicken or the egg? We take a crack at this curious conundrum. The question would be simple if we took it literally. Eggling animals exited far before chickens came about. So technically egg came before the chicken. Now this question comes to us: If the chicken came from the egg so where did the egg came from?
  • Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart - Piano Concerto No. 21 - Andante
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    The Piano Concerto No. 21 in C major, was completed on March 9, 1785 by Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart, four weeks after the completion of the previous D minor concerto. The concerto has three movements: 1. Allegro maestoso; in common time. The tempo marking is in Mozart's catalog of his own works, but not in the autograph manuscript. 2. Andante in F major. In both the autograph score and in his personal catalog, Mozart notated the meter as Alla breve. 3. Allegro vivace assai
  • 5 Poisonous Foods You Love
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    We usually don't give too much thought to where our foods come from. But sometimes somethings you learn can surprise you. Tomatoes for a long of time were not a part of Italian cooking. But in a part of time the tomatoes where introduced to them by Europeans. Let us tell you that tomatoes are poisonous. This fruit is actually a part of a plant that contains the same poison as deadly nightshade known as glycoalkaloid. The potatoes are also in the same family as tomatoes. Let me be frank tomatoes and potatoes are not going to kill you. They are tasty and they are safe to eat.
  • A New Way To Eat?
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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...
  • 4 Touch Tricks That Feel Like Magic
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    Sound and touch: Our sense of touch is linked to our sense of hearing. Many surfaces make sounds when touched. This sounds affect how we feel them. You can try it with this test: Write a short sentence with chalk on a chalkboard. You can write anything. Now put in a pair of your plugs and write the same sentence again. The chalkboard should feel much smoother when you can’t her the chalk crunching on the board. Imaginary string: The power of suggestion has a lot of influence on our senses and…
  • YOU LIVE IN THE PAST
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    In this video we’re going to talk about the past, but not like history. In fact we’ll be talking about what we call “Now”, this very newest moment in time. And in fact we can never be aware of or live in what we call now, because it takes time for our brains to process the information about what’s happening now and it takes time for that information to get from the rest of our body to our brain.
  • What Color Is A Mirror?
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    In this video we talked about colors. And the more important thing is to know what color is a mirror? You might say silver because mirrors are often illustrated that way and to be sure mirrors are made out of silver or silvery things. But a mirror in reality is whatever color you pointed at. For example in a green room the mirror is green and if you look inside a mirror it becomes you color…
  • You don’t type alone
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    How many times a day do you click? And how many times do you type keys on the keyboard? You might be surprised by the answer and one of the best ways to know exactly how many actions you’re taking per day is to use software like whatpulse. Whatpulse measures how often you use key strokes, mouse clicks and even measures the total distance you have moved your cursor. It’s really fun stuff to track.
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