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See video Global Warming - How It All Ends

A logical argument for taking action.

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See video Drinking coffee in space

Dr. Don Pettit demonstrates a zero-gravity coffee cup aboard the International Space Station.

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See video Make Popart Photos Using Adobe Photoshop

This Photoshop tutorial shows you how to turn your images into pop art.

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See video Transformer Robot

A real transforming robot which can turn from a car into a humanoid-like robot. A larger scale version would have been even more amazing.

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See video Shuttle launch as seen from inside the Orbitor

View the Shuttle launch from the point of view of the crew inside of the Orbiter. Liftoff is at 3:30.

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See video Van Gogh Self Portraits

Self-portrait paintings of van Gogh, by Philip Scott Johnson

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See video Scotch tape makes opaque glass transparent

The glass is opaque because it is etched, and light scatters on the rough surface. The glue in the scotch tape fills in any regularities and allows light to pass through with little scattering.

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See video Magic Paper demonstration

Intelligent "paper" that understands the physics of objects being drawn.

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See video Lions vs Elephants

The lions shows they remain the kings of the jungle. The elephant doesn't stand a chance.

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See video The One Inch Punch Documentary

A short documentary on the One Inch Punch. Interviews with Jeet Kune Do and Wing Chun instructors. Discover more on what Bruce Lee demonstrated years ago. Shot and edited by Victor Tran.

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See video Tracking fingers with the Wii Remote

Using an IR led array and some reflective tape, you can track fingers in thin air using the Wii Remote by Johnny Chung Lee, Carnegie Mellon University. The grid software is a custom program written using a C# wiimote library and DirectX.

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See video Rat-brain controlled robot

Scientists at Reading University have created a robot that is controlled by living rat brain cells grown in a lab.

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