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25 gorgeous photos of cherry blossoms

Embrace spring with these fleeting blooms around the world. Source: 25 gorgeous photos of cherry blossoms Advertisements

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The science of static electricity – TED Ed – The Kid Should See This

What is static electricity? Why do we get a tiny spark when we’ve walked across a carpet and touched a doorknob? Or have you ever pet a cat and then picked up something metal, like a spoon to stir up … Continue reading

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► WILD RIO (Full Documentary)

Few people know that Rio is one of the greenest metropolises in the world. We follow the story of the carnival and see how the diversity of wildlife, inspires the eight million people of Rio.

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Rescued baby crows return each spring to say “Hello”

This is the story of four rescued baby crows that were raised by a loving family. They learned to say “hello” and how to become independent. Eventually they were accepted by a family of wild crows. Even though they fly … Continue reading

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Allow things to unfold and you will find your Purpose in Life. | Peggy Oki | TEDxQueenstown

With an appreciation of flow and motion Peggy’s life has been always been driven by passion. From surfing and skateboarding to the intimate appreciation what she calls the ‘Cetacean Nation’. Discovering the transformative force of participation artwork through her Origami … Continue reading

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Can This Magic Bush Cure Cancer and Cast Spells?

If you’ve ever been on an African safari, chances are your ranger crafted a bush toothbrush for you at some point. Cutting a twig from a Magic guarri tree and fraying the ends into bristles is a common ranger’s ploy … Continue reading

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Forgotten

“Who are we? We find that we live on an insignificant planet of a humdrum star lost in a galaxy tucked away in some forgotten corner of a universe in which there are far more galaxies than people.” – Carl … Continue reading

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Advanced Tech Reveals Shocking News About an Ancient Mayan City

In 2017, groundbreaking remote sensor technology revealed a stunning truth about the Mayan city of Tikal.

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How Imagination Will Save Our Cities

In Kim Stanley Robinson’s 2017 science-fiction novel New York 2140, the city of the future has become a vertical super-Venice, after being flooded by rising seas caused by global warming melting the Arctic ice caps.1 While the lower stories of many … Continue reading

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Chairs, Stools, and Coat Racks Carved into Raw Pieces of Wood by Alicja Kwade

Polish artist  Alicja Kwade carves into tree trunks to create 3/4-formed stools and chairs that balance with the support of the unfinished segments of wood. The carved furniture would be simple in its construction if taken out of context, but … Continue reading

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