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TED-Ed 8h
Why do mirrors flip horizontally (but not vertically)?
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TED-Ed 11h
Thanks for the great write-up, !
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TED-Ed 14h
Go into the incredible, unforgettable mind of an elephant.:
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TED-Ed Aug 17
Quiz: How much do you really know about the pencil?
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TED-Ed Aug 17
When 11-year-old Haaziq Kazi first prototyped his invention to clean plastic from the surface of the ocean, it lasted for about 7 seconds before coming apart in his bathtub. But that didn't stop him!
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TED-Ed Aug 16
How to exercise when it's the last thing you want to do:
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TED-Ed Aug 16
Why do we get goose bumps?
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TED-Ed Aug 16
What is the sound of one hand clapping? Try to wrap your head around the bewildering and ambiguous Buddhist thought experiments called Zen kōans:
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TED-Ed Aug 15
"When our kids learn to think critically about the world around them, they become the kinds of engaged citizens who will recognize and question injustice when they see it and work to do something about it."
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TED-Ed Aug 14
Logophiles, rejoice! Check out our fun, interactive page with the origins of 26 odd and interesting words:
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TED-Ed Aug 14
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TED-Ed Aug 13
The most extreme births in the animal kingdom:
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TED-Ed Aug 13
Happy International Left-handers Day! Today, about one-tenth of the world’s population are southpaws. Why are such a small proportion of people left-handed -- and why does the trait exist in the first place?
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TED-Ed Aug 12
About 700 million years ago, Earth became almost entirely covered in ice, during an event known as “Snowball Earth.” Will it happen again?
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TED-Ed Aug 12
Can this adorable experiment with kids really predict their future success?
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TED-Ed Aug 11
The incredible hoops you have to jump through to cast a baby in your movie:
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TED-Ed Aug 11
How knowing more than one language can actually change the way your brain looks and works:
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TED-Ed Aug 10
"'Fallen Glory' is a fascinating journey to citadels, temples, towers, and stadiums that once stood all over the ancient world ... It debunks numerous myths, and in some case replaces them with even more unbelievable history."
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TED-Ed Aug 10
If you don't have words for numbers, are you still able to count? If you don't say "left" or "right", do you always know which way is North? Petrina Nomikou shares what she's learned about how the language you speak affects your thoughts?
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TED-Ed Aug 9
How laser tattoo removal works:
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