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See video Time Travel: Einstein's big idea (Theory of Relativity)

A little clip of how time travel can occur, taken from: The World's First Time Machine (Discovery Channel). Dr Ronald Mallett

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See video Doll Face

A machine with a doll face mimics images on television screen in search of a satisfactory visage.

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See video Meet the Super Cow

These gigantic cows resemble bovine body-builders. See how breeders have achieved such amazing results.

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See video Anaconda vs Crocodile (Krokodil)

Anaconda frisst Krokodil / A crocodile gets devoured by an anaconda.

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See video Gmail explained by puppets

A Google theater presentation. Puppets explains: 1. Gmail spam prevention, 2. Organizes e-mails into conversations, 3. Gmail search, 4. Gmail chat.

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See video Volcanic Eruption - Kilauea - the world's most active vulcano

Kīlauea, on the island of Hawaiʻi, State of Hawaii, is the world's most active volcano. Because of volcanic eruptions the island of Hawaiʻi is growing larger.

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See video Everyone Knows Your Name

"Anything you post online - anyone can see. Think before you post"

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See video Job Automation - Humans Need Not Apply

Automation in many sectors will lead to many jobs becoming obsolete.

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See video BumpTop 3D Desktop Prototype

BumpTop is a new way to interact with your computer desktop. You can pile and toss documents like on a real desk.

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See video Photosynthesis

This animation shows the process of photosynthesis. Energy from light is absorbed by chlorophyll, exciting electrons which then pass through an electron transport chain.

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See video First 2008 Presidential Debate - McCain and Obama (Full Video)

McCain and Obama debate on issues such as goverment spending, the $700 billion bailout proposal, Iran, Iraq and relations with Russia.

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See video The Science of Overpopulation

The world's population is growing at around 1.1% per year. By 2050 we should have around 9.3 billion people.

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