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TED-Ed 5h
Happy World Turtle Day! Watch the miraculous journey of infant sea turtles as these tiny animals run the gauntlet of predators and harsh conditions:
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TED-Ed 21h
Have you ever sat down to take a math test and immediately felt your heart beat faster and your palms start to sweat? Researchers think about 20 percent of the population suffers from math anxiety. What’s going on? And can it be fixed?
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TED-Ed May 22
Can you solve the wizard standoff riddle?
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TED-Ed May 21
What do kids learn from games like Call of Duty or World of Warcraft? More than you might think:
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TED-Ed May 21
Why do test instructors always require you to use a #2 pencil? What happens if you don't?
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TED-Ed May 20
Horrifying fact of the day: In ancient Greece, the best-known remedy for a long-standing headache was to drill a small hole in the skull to drain supposedly infected blood:
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TED-Ed May 20
How to build an Alzheimer's-resistant brain:
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TED-Ed May 19
In honor of Mental Health Awareness month, check out these TED-Ed Lessons on depression, bipolar disorder, OCD, & narcissism:
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TED-Ed May 19
The Heisenberg Uncertainty Principle states that you can never simultaneously know the exact position and the exact speed of an object. Why not?
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TED-Ed May 18
On this day in 1804, in the midst of great conflict, Napoleon Bonaparte became Emperor of France. But did he save the French Revolution ... or destroy it?
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TED-Ed May 17
Time tends to make sense in small pieces, but when you look at huge stretches of time, it can be almost impossible to wrap your head around:
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TED-Ed May 17
The Audacious Project is looking for the next round of world-changing ideas! Have an idea or dream for global change? Apply for the Audacious Project:
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TED-Ed May 17
Learn how NASA's New Horizons mission is going to allow us to see Pluto for the first time:
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TED-Ed May 16
A brown thrasher knows a thousand songs. A wood thrush can sing two pitches at once. A mockingbird can match the sounds around it — including car alarms. The amazing science of birdsong:
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TED-Ed May 16
Why shouldn't you text and drive? A look into your easily distracted mind:
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TED-Ed May 16
Why do we remember some things, and not others? And why do memories eventually fade?
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TED-Ed May 15
Did you know that 80% of strokes are preventable? Check out our video about strokes and learn to act F.A.S.T: Join the American Heart Association during American Stroke Month to learn how you can reduce your risk:
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TED-Ed May 15
The fascinating reason that children write letters backwards:
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TED-Ed May 15
In celebration of Ramadan, brush up on the beautiful and complex geometry of Islamic design – and learn how to draw a few of these patterns yourself:
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TED-Ed May 14
In honor of the Buddha's birthday, let's take a moment to explore his origin and teachings:
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