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|Top Gear: Atom||
Is the Atom more fun than a motorbike? Jeremy Clarkson finds out in this episode of Top Gear.
|Dog Attack Styles||
Professionals teach dogs to guard against intruders and attack on command.
|Swimming in Jellyfish Lake||
Swimming amongst millions of jellyfish in Jellyfish lake in the Pacific island of Palau. The lake was once connected to the ocean, but the outlet was closed off, isolating the jellyfish population.
|A Vision of Students Today||
What are some of the most important characteristics of students today? How do they learn and what do they need to learn?
|Encounter with a giant octopus (BBC)||
A scary and unusual encounter with a beautiful, giant octopus in freezing waters, which completely embraces diver Steve Leonard.
|Driving tests in India - the easiest in the world?||
Getting a driving license in India is remarkable simple. However, India is not the only country where a driving license can be bought or otherwise acquired very easily.
|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.
|Building Stonehenge - The Man who can Move Anything||
Wally Wallington has demonstrated that he can lift a Stonehenge-sized pillar weighing 22,000 lbs and moved a barn over 300 ft.
|Earth-Rise and Earth-Set seen from moon orbit||
Earth rise and set seen at a distance of about 380,000 km from the Moon by Kaguya HDTV Cam.
|The Mayan Calendar||
Maya civilization is noted for its fully developed written language, art, architecture, mathematical, astronomical systems as well as its calendars. The Maya Long Count calendar ends on December 21, 2012, and this day is therefore considered by many to be significant.
How to create hexaflexagons.
|The Known Universe by AMNH||
The known universe as mapped through astronomical observations, from the Himalayas to the moon's orbit, the orbits of the planets, the solar system, the galaxy and beyond.