The Great Picnic Mix Up: Crash Course Kids #19.1

The Great Picnic Mix Up: Crash Course Kids #19.1

[INTRO MUSIC] Summertime is picnic time, with sweet iced tea, and yummy fruit salad — and ants — but still, yummy fruit salad! And hey, did you notice something? Those foods have something in common: they’re both mixtures — things made by combining two or more different things. Not the ants — they’re just ants, […]

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Space Tourism – Space Documentary

Space Tourism – Space Documentary

I hint about the only person around it doesn’t have TV coverage of the things that man got the black up now you’re gonna be getting a TV picture now they’ll yes we are getting a TV picture one all yeah mr. libertarian could you please play an accordion no I’m not playing accordion is […]

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Pod Of Orcas Take Down Minke Whale

Pod Of Orcas Take Down Minke Whale

COMM: Off the coast of eastern Russia, an excursion of scientists and tourists, led by photographer Mikhail Korostelev, witnessed a rare sight – a group of transient orcas hunting a minke whale. There are two types of orcas, residents who live in one place all year round and eat fish, and the more rare transients […]

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SingularityU Campinas Chapter – The Future We Want

SingularityU Campinas Chapter – The Future We Want

One time a business man turned to me and said: “I generate a lot of positive impact in my company” and I said “that’s cool, what do you do?” He responded “I think about the sustainability of my packaging” I turned to him and said, “that packaging would not exist if you didn’t have a […]

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How Close Are We To Space Tourism?

How Close Are We To Space Tourism?

Imagine you have traveled everywhere on Earth. There is nothing new to see. You’ve witnessed the Aurora Borealis from the North Pole. You’ve climbed to the top of Mount Everest. You’ve swam with sharks, safaried around the savannah and ran with the bulls. The only place left to go is outer space. And if you’re […]

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NASA is opening the International Space Station to tourists

NASA is opening the International Space Station to tourists

SOLD DESPITE THE FACT IT WAS A MATH LAB. FIRST THOUGH, EVER DREAM OF BECOMING AN ASTRONAUT? WELL, NOW THERE’S A CHANCE THAT IT COULD HAPPEN. NASA HAS ANNOUNCED THAT THEY WILL ALLOW PRIVATE CITIZENS TO FLY INTO THE INTERNATIONAL SPACE STATION. JONATHAN HUNT REPORTING LIVE. ARE YOU GOING?>>I’M CERTAINLY NOT, SHEP. IN FACT, ONLY […]

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Inside the Dark World of Captive Wildlife Tourism | National Geographic

Inside the Dark World of Captive Wildlife Tourism | National Geographic

– (sighs) Jesus. We came behind the stadium where the elephants perform and we found this juvenile elephant. He had gaping red wounds at his temple. He also has a broken leg. The other one is chained up. He looks totally emaciated. Skin and bones. And this is the worst shape I’ve seen an elephant […]

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The Macaw Project – Teaser Trailer

The Macaw Project – Teaser Trailer

A perui esőerdők mélyén… van egy hely, ahol előttünk még nem járt ember. Ez az arák birodalma. Kutatás és természetvédelem, őslakó közösségek, érintetlen vadvilág, vadregényes tájak, PAPAGÁJ-EXPEDÍCIÓ AMAZÓNIÁBAN

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Drones | Ask an Expert | Singularity University

Drones | Ask an Expert | Singularity University

There are drones all around you. Watch out, it’s slipping! Hey, welcome to Ask an Expert. I’m David Roberts. We take questions from Twitter, and hopefully answer them. A bird! Hey, here we go! Alright! Here we have a question from @jmancastro. How far are we from solar-powered with the energy efficiency to fly indefinitely? […]

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Biodiversity of Kenya: Ecotourism

Biodiversity of Kenya: Ecotourism

>>GWEN BAUSMITH: I was looking at a lot of the different ecotourism that goes on in Kenya and so I was primarily focusing on wildlife-based ecotourism and then also, on the flip side, looking at community-based ecotourism, which is more of like the service-learning projects. So, you’re coming in and you’re actually getting to do […]

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