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See video Arithmetic, Population, and Energy Part 6 of 8

This part of the lecture discusses the world's consumption and supply of oil, and how major discoveries of new oil are completely insignificant compared to world demand - they would be consumed in a m

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See video Tsvangirai sworn in as Zimbabwe's Prime Minister

After almost a year of political turmoil, Zimbabwe's opposition leader Morgan Tsvangirai is sworn in as prime minister in a unity government with President Robert Mugabe.

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See video RiP: A remix manifesto

The world's first 'open source documentary' by web activist and filmmaker Brett Gaylor, this film explores issues of copyright in the information age. It is a mashup of work from hundreds of different people who have contributed to the Open Source Cinema website.

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See video Over The Rainbow (Wizard of Oz)

Over the Rainbow beautifully sung by Judy Gardland, who portrays Dorothy Gale in the classic 1939 film the Wizard of Oz.

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See video Doodling in Math Class: Infinity Elephants

Various fascinating mathematical doodles. Step 1. Drawn any shape. Step 2. Draw the biggest circle you can within this shape. Step 3. Draw the biggest circle you can in the space left.

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See video Deep-sea barreleye fish with a transparent head

This remarkable barreleye fish (Macropinna microstoma) has a transparent, fluid-filled dome on its head. This enables its ultra-sensitive barrel-shaped eyes to look directly up or rotate to look forward.

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See video Autistic savant Stephen Wiltshire draws Rome from memory

Stephen Wiltshire from London, also known as 'the living camera', accurately draws a large, detailed panorama of Rome after only one 45 minute helicopter ride above the city.

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See video Why is it Dark at Night?

Why is space dark? If we lived in an infinite, unchanging universe, the entire sky would be as bright as the sun.

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See video Giant Ant Hill Excavated

A giant ant colony is pumped full of concrete, then excavated to reveal the complexity of its inner structure. The structure covers 50 square meters, and goes 8 meters into the earth.

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See video Hugh Herr: The new bionics that let us run, climb and dance

"Humans are not disabled - a person can never be broken. Our built environment, are technologies, are broken and disabled". Don't miss the ending.

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