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|Visualization of Air Traffic||
A visualization of worldwide air traffic during a 24-hour period.
|John Lloyd: What's invisible? More than you think (TEDTalks)||
A talk about important and everyday things in life which are impossible to see.
|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.
|Did You Know 2.0 - Technology and the Future||
A visual presentation of thought provoking statistics. This is an official update to the original "Shift Happens" video from Karl Fisch and Scott McLeod, with updated statistics and a new design.
|Towel-folding robot created by US researchers||
Watching a robot fold towels is surprisingly fascinating. Such a simple task for a human is actually very complex for a robot.
|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.
|Leopard saves a baby Baboon||
A leopard's maternal instinct saves a baby baboon from a gruesome fate - being killed by a hyena.
|Meet the Super Cow||
These gigantic cows resemble bovine body-builders. See how breeders have achieved such amazing results.
|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.
Robots with a mind of their own are now being created which can physically join together and self-assemble to fulfill different functions.
|Rare footage of the Goblin Shark||
The Goblin shark is a deep-sea shark and is therefore rarely seen. This shark was discovered in Japan.
|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.