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Have you ever seen static electricity cause a spark of light? What is that spark? What about lightning, the Northern Lights, or the tail of a comet? All of those things and many others – in fact, 99.9% of the universe -- are made of plasma. Michael Murillo gives the full picture on plasma.
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+TED-Ed To be more accurate and precise, 99.9% of the "observable universe" is made up of plasma but not exactly the whole universe itself. Because the most acceptable theory that we have now is that the universe is only 4% ordinary matter and the other 96% of it is unknown. - According to Dr. Katherine Freese of University of Michigan.
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There are many stories that can be told about World War II, from the tragic to the inspiring. But perhaps one of the most heart-rending experiences was that of the Akune family, divided by the war against each other, and against their own identities. Wendell Oshiro tells the surprising story of this family split apart by war.
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This made me cry.... TEARS OF JOY!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! :D
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When we talk about ‘English’, we often think of it as a single language. But what do the dialects spoken in dozens of countries around the world have in common with each other, or with the writings of Chaucer? Claire Bowern traces the language from the present day back to its ancient roots, showing how English has evolved through generations of speakers.
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+Никола Кољо Are you a troll or mentally disabled? Oh you are FYROMian so you are already retarded.
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We hear about calories all the time: How many calories are in this cookie? How many are burned by doing 100 jumping jacks, or long-distance running, or fidgeting? But what is a calorie, really? And how many of them do we actually need? Emma Bryce explains how a few different factors should go into determining the recommended amount for each person.
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Over-the-counter pregnancy tests give potentially life-changing results with a pretty high rate of accuracy. But how do they work? Tien Nguyen explains how each test performs a scientifically rigorous, multi-stage experiment that goes from start to finish in the time that it’ll take you to watch this video.
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+Dika Satrio Don't even have to say that, the cashier will just assume it.
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In 1974, farmers digging a well near their small village stumbled upon one of the most important finds in archaeological history – vast underground chambers surrounding a Chinese emperor’s tomb that contained more than 8,000 life-size clay soldiers ready for battle. Megan Campisi and Pen-Pen Chen shares the fascinating history of Emperor Qin Shi Huang.
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+TED-Ed Didn't Mesopatamian Kings also have their servants killed so they could have company in the afterlife?
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It’s possessive. It’s often followed by S’s. And it’s sometimes tricky when it comes to its usage. It’s the apostrophe. Laura McClure gives a refresher on when to use apostrophes in writing.
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+TED-Ed I have a nuanced grammar question for anyone who knows.
I learned that when writing dialog you use quotation marks such as " I saw sally yesterday." the punctuation always goes inside the quotation marks. Easy enough.
But what about the new usage of quotation marks to indicate sarcasm such as; Sally said she was "sleeping". Does the punctuation go inside the quotation marks or outside the quotation marks? "sleeping." or "sleeping".
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If you lined up all the blood vessels in your body, they’d be 60 thousand miles long. And every day, they carry the equivalent of over two thousand gallons of blood to the body’s tissues. What effect does this pressure have on the walls of the blood vessels? Wilfred Manzano gives the facts on blood pressure.
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This video explains so much about me and will help me explain blood to other people.  Thank you so much <3
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The myth of the Minotaur tells the story of an enraged beast forever wandering the corridors of a damp labyrinth, filled with a rage so intense that its deafening roar shakes the earth. But is this story just fiction, or an attempt of our early ancestors to make sense of the natural world? Matt Kaplan examines the myth for its scientific roots.
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+frosted1030 Are you saying you can tell where this narrator is from? I've never heard an accent like his.
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Do animals think? It’s a question that has intrigued scientists for thousands of years, inspiring them to come up with different methods and criteria to measure the intelligence of animals. Bryan B Rasmussen navigates through this controversial question, showing how determining intelligence often says more about how humans think than about anything else.
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+KatieLash +TED-Ed I agree subtiles should be manditory before release. Google's working on new subtitles, but those are in alpha stage, so in the mean time you need to find alternative way to subtitle everything.
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The story goes something like this: A royal, rich, or righteous individual — who is otherwise a lot like us — makes a mistake that sends his or her life spiraling into ruin. It's the classic story arc for a Greek tragedy, and we love it so much that we continue to use it today. David E. Rivas shares three critical story components, influenced by Aristotle’s “Poetics,” to help illustrate the allure.
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Catharsis - the process of releasing, and thereby providing relief from, strong or repressed emotions
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It may seem like the semicolon is struggling with an identity crisis. It looks like a comma crossed with a period. Maybe that’s why we toss these punctuation marks around like grammatical confetti; we’re confused about how to use them properly. Emma Bryce clarifies best practices for the semi-confusing semicolon.
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+TED-Ed PUT A LINK TO DOWNLOAD THAT AMAZING MUSIC PLEASE
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