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Older gentleman laughing: Sir Nicholas Winton.

60 Minutes: Sir Nicholas Winton “Saving the Children”

Discover the inspiring true story of Sir Nicholas Winton in the award-winning film "Nicky's Family." Subscribe to my channel ...
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Richard Feynman.

Feynman: Knowing versus Understanding

Richard Feynman on the differences of merely knowing how to reason mathematically and understanding how and why things are physically analyzed in the way they are. Subscribe to my channel ...
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Child in car giving "the finger."

BANNED AUSSIE TV AD

Great TV ad banned for television! Subscribe to my channel ...
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Drawing of a woman, image of knitted item next to strand of DNA

The Unexpected Effects of Knitting

Knitting is making a comeback and the benefits might just surprise you. Subscribe to my channel ...
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Presentation with "Will your new business idea succeed?" projected onto screen.

QuickMVP Demo at the NY Tech Meetup

QuickMVP is the easiest way to test your new business idea, in just five minutes. Most new businesses and startups fail because they build something no one wants. QuickMVP helps you test ...
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Irena Sendler, who saved 2,500 children during the Holocaust.

The Irena Sendler Project Documentary: LIfe in a Jar

In 1999, in Uniontown Kansas, high school teacher Norm Conard and a handful of students stumbled across an unknown hero from the holocaust, Irena Sendler. A research project intended for the classroom ...
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Letters spelling "something sleeps" under water.

Kinetic Typography – Dune – The Sleeper Must Awaken

Kinetic Text Challenge Multimedia Content Production 2011/2012 CC BY SA NC João Amaral The quote (and the sound) is from the Dune, the 1984 movie by David Lynch based on the novel ...
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Heisenberg’s Uncertainty Principle

You ask me if an ordinary person could ever get to be able to imagine these things like I imagine them. Of course! I was an ordinary person who studied hard. There ...
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