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This Dog Takes the Bus by Herself to Walk Around at the Park

What a good girl. Every morning, a very independent pooch named Eclipse leaves her house alone. She’s on a mission: get to the dog park located in the heart of Downtown Seattle. Over the years, Eclipse has become a favorite … Continue reading

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Ghana’s Ambitious $21.5 Billion Railway Project – Set to Change The Face of The Country

In this video, we’ll present our short documentary report about Ghana’s mega railway project. To improve transport and the logistic chain and also accelerate economic growth, Ghana has out doored a mega railway construction project, to connect all the major … Continue reading

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Bisa Butler’s Colorful Quilted Portraits of Black Americans

Using colorful African textiles, Bisa Butler makes large quilted portraits of Black Americans. From a statement on her gallery’s website: In my work, I am telling the story — this African American side — of the American life. History is the … Continue reading

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Our Brains’ Information Processing Capacity Is Constrained by a Constant but Limited Energy Supply

Our brains have an upper limit on how much they can process at once due to a constant but limited energy supply, according to a new UCL study using a brain imaging method that measures cellular metabolism. The study, published in … Continue reading

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New Quantum Approach for Sharing Secrets Sets a Record With 11 Dimensions

An artistic impression sharing a secret using structured light. Credit: Wits University Wits Researchers have demonstrated a new quantum approach for sharing a secret amongst many parties, setting a new record for the highest dimensions and parties to date. Researchers … Continue reading

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Dynamic Patterns in Water as Analogue Models

Rupert shows how wave-patterns can give rise to forms, and discusses the history of liquid computers. A talk by Rupert at the International Conference on the Physics, Chemistry and Biology of Water, in Bad Soden, Germany, in October 2019. Home … Continue reading

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Paint on a Drum in 4K Slow Mo – The Slow Mo Guys

Gav and Dan make a split-second powder paint rainbow using an old drum. Follow Gav on Twitter – https://twitter.com/GavinFree Follow Dan on Twitter – https://twitter.com/DanielGruchy Watch our favourite videos! – https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list… Buy Shirts here! http://store.roosterteeth.com/search?… Visit WD: http://www.wdc.com/ WD My … Continue reading

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No Air, No Problem: How Parasites Survive Without Oxygen Inside Host – ScienceBlog.com

Around one people on the planet are infected with parasitic helminths, round worms that live in soil and colonize human guts through dirty water. The helminths owe their ability to survive in the low oxygen environment of the human gut to … Continue reading

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A young woman is addicted to her phone. But if her battery dies, she dies… | Battery Life

A young woman is going about her life in South Korea, walking in the streets on her way somewhere, when she discovered a catastrophe about to happen: her phone is about to run out of battery power, and she’s in … Continue reading

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Finishing the NYC Marathon While Paralyzed

Hannah Gavios runs using crutches. The native New Yorker calls it “crutching” or “going for a crutch.” An avid runner since high school, Gavios suffered a spinal cord injury after a horrific attack in 2016 that left her partially paralyzed. … Continue reading

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