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See video Japanese Hornets

Thirty giant hornets can destroy a colony of 30,000 honeybees in just 3 hours. The giant hornet is five times the size of the European honeybee, and has a very potent venom.

4:18 1285 96.1
See video RMS Titanic - Original Pictures

Original black & white photos of the Titanic, which sank on 15 April 1912, resulting in the deaths of 1,517 people.

4:31 7409 96.0
See video Big Dog - an ultra stable quadruped robot

BigDog is a dynamically stable robot using four legs for movement. This video demonstrates how it handles being kicked, balancing on slippery ice and overcoming obstacles.

3:29 7979 95.8
See video Learn Japanese Numbers 1 to 20

A really catchy tune for learning the first 20 Japanese numbers - it's simple but surprisingly fun to listen to.

2:58 1152 95.7
See video Strange Japanese Sea Creatures

At the bottom of Japan's Suruga Bay lie strange and exotic creatures, including spider crabs (largest crabs in the world), chimeras and lantern sharks.

1:59 8294 95.2
See video English lessons from Misterduncan

The first of a series of excellent English video lessons from talented English teacher Misterduncan.

5:09 4545 94.9
See video Tony Robbins on internal drive and motivation (TEDTalks)

Tony Robbins' inspirational talk on how to unlock your true potential. From TedTalks 2006.

22:31 2288 94.7
See video Does the Universe Have a Purpose? feat. Neil deGrasse Tyson

If the purpose of the universe was to create humnans, then the cosmos was embarrassingly inefficient about it. We have only been around for the blink of an eye in the history of the universe.

2:35 37150 94.7
See video Touchable Holography

It does not get much more futuristic than this: a demo of holograms one can actually touch. The holographic tactile display uses ultrasound to exert a pressure field - for example, it will exert pressure on the surface of your palm when virtual raindrops fall on it. 

2:38 1378 94.6
See video Arithmetic, Population, and Energy Part 1 of 8

Most people do not understand exponential growth, yet the concept is of fundamental importance. Lecture by Dr. Albert A. Bartlett, professor emeritus of Physics at the University of Colorado-Boulder.

9:18 2349 94.6
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