The Mysteries of the Moai on Easter Island | National Geographic
A Polynesian society blossomed in this unlikely locale after hardy souls somehow navigated a fleet of wooden outrigger canoes to this tiny speck in the vastness of the Pacific Ocean. Here, in isolation some 2,300 miles (3,700 kilometers) west of ... National Geographic
The Mysteries of the Moai on Easter Island | National Geographic
A Polynesian society blossomed in this unlikely locale after hardy souls somehow navigated a fleet of wooden outrigger canoes to this tiny speck in the vastness of the Pacific Ocean. Here, in isolation some 2,300 miles (3,700 kilometers) west of ... National Geographic
England Hit the Gym Before Facing Panama! | Inside Access | World Cup 2018
The Three Lions get back to work in the gym as they prepare for their second group game vs Panama on Sunday.

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Watch a Downhill Cheese-Chasing Competition in Britain | National Geographic
The Cooper’s Hill Cheese-Rolling, in Gloucestershire, UK, is an unusual—and surprisingly dangerous—annual athletic challenge.
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Watch a Downhill Cheese-Chasing Competition in Britain | National Geographic
The Cooper’s Hill Cheese-Rolling, in Gloucestershire, UK, is an unusual—and surprisingly dangerous—annual athletic challenge.
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LIVE England Training Ahead of Panama! | Lions' Den Episode…
The next LIVE episode of Lions' Den! Don't forget to click the reminder button,… England
Watch Koko the Gorilla Use Sign Language in This 1981 Film | National Geographic
Watch Koko the signing gorilla in this clip from a 1981 National Geographic documentary. Koko died in her sleep on Tuesday, June 19, 2018.
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Watch Koko the Gorilla Use Sign Language in This 1981 Film | National Geographic
Watch Koko the signing gorilla in this clip from a 1981 National Geographic documentary. Koko died in her sleep on Tuesday, June 19, 2018.
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LIVE With Ashley Young! | Lions' Den Episode Eleven | World Cup 2018
Ashley Young makes his first appearance on Lions' Den, and talks to Craig Mitch about the team spirit in camp.

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Measuring the Average Foot - Christmas Lectures with RV Jones
How can one estimate the average length of a foot? RV Jones shows a simple yet elegant demonstration.
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The Story Behind Europe's Tallest Statue: The Motherland Calls | National Geographic
At the scale of the National Mall in Washington, D.C., the memorial complex at the Battle of Stalingrad in Volgograd, Russia, includes the tallest statue in Europe: The Motherland Calls. During his World-Cup tour of Russia, National Geographic reporter Sergey ... National Geographic
The Story Behind Europe's Tallest Statue: The Motherland Calls | National Geographic
At the scale of the National Mall in Washington, D.C., the memorial complex at the Battle of Stalingrad in Volgograd, Russia, includes the tallest statue in Europe: The Motherland Calls. During his World-Cup tour of Russia, National Geographic reporter Sergey ... National Geographic
James Corden Reveals his England Hero! | First Impressions | World Cup 2018
James Corden reveals his England hero, what he thinks of Southgate and which player has the best hair in the latest episode of First Impressions.

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Investigating the structure of molecules inside cells
International Lecture given by Professor Wolfgang Baumeister.

Professor Baumeister will discuss a method, cryo-electrontomography, that has the unique potential to study the ‘molecular sociology’ of cells, combining the best structural preservation with 3D high resolution imaging.
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PlantVillage: AI Helping Farmers Detect Plant Diseases
PlantVillage and the International Institute of Tropical Agriculture (IITA) are using machine learning to help farmers grow better cassava, a crop that provides food for over half a billion people daily. Google
Swearing is Good for You - with Emma Byrne Q&A
What's going on in Tourette's? Does the etymology of swear words explain why we find them derogatory today? Emma Byrne answers audience questions following her talk.
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Swearing is Good for You - with Emma Byrne
For something that is so good for us, swearing gets a bad rap.
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How Surfing Lead One NatGeo Explorer to The Depths of The Ocean | National Geographic
In an interview during National Geographic Explorers Festival, David Gruber talked about how his connection to the ocean started and how it lead to his current explorations in the depths of the the ocean.
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Sé genial en Internet
Para que puedan aprovechar Internet al máximo, los niños deben estar preparados para tomar decisiones acertadas. Sé genial en Internet les enseña los conceptos fundamentales de ciudadanía digital y seguridad para que puedan explorar el mundo en línea sin temor. Google
Bulletproof Nokia? Nokia 5140 vs Motorola V3X - The Gadget Show #TBT
Nokia is world-renowned for its rugged phones: a short swim in the lake, a fall from your balcony, this phone has endured most of our Gadgeteers' tests. Will the Motorola V3X be able to compete?
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Mesopotamian ghostbusting with Irving Finkel I Curator's Corner +
Is your neighbourhood infested with the ancient Mesopotamian spirits of portly women or wise sages from distant times? Fear not dear viewer! Irving Finkel is here to show you how the exorcists of Assyria drove out those pesky spectral interlopers ... The British Museum
You and AI – the challenges to making machines play fair
In the third discussion of the You and AI series, Cynthia Dwork, of Harvard, introduces the emerging theory of algorithmic fairness and the challenges experts face in ensuring that machines make objective decisions.

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