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See video Steve Jobs Stanford Commencement Speech 2005

Steve Jobs's commencement speech to the graduates of Stanford University in 2005, in which he talks about dropping out of college, getting fired from Apple, love and loss.

14:34 2976 6.15
See video The Hubble Ultra Deep Field in 3D

A 3D model of the Ultra Deep Field, a tiny but very 'deep' image of space captured by the Hubble Space Telescope, showing about 10,000 galaxies. It is the deepest image of the universe ever taken.

4:17 4620 6.12
See video Nations Of The World

An entertaining animated song to learn the names of countries in the world. Note - this is an old video so new nations are missing.

1:47 2521 6.07
See video How the Differential Gear works - 1930s video

An excellent engineering video on how the differential gear works in an automobile, allowing each of the driving wheels to rotate at different speeds. This was an important innovation for cars to be able to smoothly turn corners.

9:31 2373 6.05
See video Martin Luther King "I have a dream"

The full version of the historic speech by Martin Luther King, Jr.

17:29 5432 6.02
See video The Pursuit of Happyness Part 2 of 2

Part 2 of the amazing rags-to-riches story of the formerly homeless, now millionaire entrepreneur, Christopher Gardner, on which the movie 'The Pursuit of Happyness' is based.

0:00 169 6.00
See video RiP: A remix manifesto

The world's first 'open source documentary' by web activist and filmmaker Brett Gaylor, this film explores issues of copyright in the information age. It is a mashup of work from hundreds of different people who have contributed to the Open Source Cinema website.

0:00 123 6.00
See video Hungry whales steal birds' dinner - The Great Feast (BBC)

In this video, herring are rounded up by birds into a 'bait ball' from which they can easily be plucked. But passing humpback whales are lying in wait for the right moment to steal and devour this easy snack.

1:15 865 5.97
See video Autistic savant Stephen Wiltshire draws Rome from memory

Stephen Wiltshire from London, also known as 'the living camera', accurately draws a large, detailed panorama of Rome after only one 45 minute helicopter ride above the city.

5:17 939 5.96
See video Why is it Dark at Night?

Why is space dark? If we lived in an infinite, unchanging universe, the entire sky would be as bright as the sun.

3:53 16919 5.96
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