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See video Plate Tectonics - the Movement of Continents

California and Australia used to be neighbors and Brazil was close to or connected to Nigeria. What drives the engine of plate tectonics remains a mystery.

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See video Building Stonehenge - The Man who can Move Anything

Wally Wallington has demonstrated that he can lift a Stonehenge-sized pillar weighing 22,000 lbs and moved a barn over 300 ft.

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See video Komodo dragon: one bite kill

How can the Komodo Dragon kill a buffalo many times its size with a single bite? It is a mystery scientists are still trying to solve.

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See video Carl Sagan - The Pale Blue Dot - Full Speech

The Earth as a small and blue dot in the vastness of space. "Look again at that dot. That's here. That's home. That's us.

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See video Kim Peek - The Real Rain Man [5/5]

Part 5 of a documentary on Kim Peak.

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See video Planetary Tales

This is the third part of a series of videos produced by ESA about the planets in the solar system.

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See video 15 year old from Malawi builds windmill using spare parts

William Kamkwamba, a school drop-out (his family couldn't afford the fees) who lives in a remote village with no electricity, built his family a windmill using bicycle parts and scrap materials. The young inventor only had a photograph in a primary school textbook on energy  to guide him.

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See video Inside North Korea (National Geographic)

North Korea, ruled by Kim Jong-il, is one of the most secretive countries in the world.

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See video Discrimination against Atheists in the USA

In the USA most people are believers, and life can be made difficult for those who are openly atheist. This video is mainly the story of Nicole, who had to drop out of school because of discrimination.

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See video The Great Pacific Garbage Patch - Twice the size of Texas

The Great Pacific Garbage Patch is located in the central North Pacific Ocean and is estimated to be twice the size of Texas. Over 100 million tons of debris and waste material from across the North Pacific Ocean may have accumulated in this area.

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