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Oct 17

Binging with Babish: Cailles en Sarchophage from Babette’s Feast

In the 1987 holy grail for film-foodies and old-people-staring-at-things-wistfully enthusiasts, Babette’s Feast, some highfalutin dishes are prepared for some haughty aristocrats. Twirl your handlebar mustache, throw on your dinner habit, and try your best not to say aloud how delicious everything is.


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Oct 17

I Lost My Job But Found My Passion – YouTuber Matthew Santoro’s Story

Matthew Santoro is a true YouTube OG bringing tons of energy, entertainment and commentary to millions of fans for years! Watching him on his channel now you’d think he’s been doing it all of his life – he seems so natural it’s hard to imagine he’s ever done anything else.


21
Oct 17

Kids Describe Scary Monsters

Kids Describe is back with Koji the Illustrator! In this episode, kids describe their version of a monster! Check it out!


21
Oct 17

Did Science Just Prove Women Are Nicer Than Men?

Scientists may have just proven women are kinder and more selfless then men, and it’s all thanks to our brains.


20
Oct 17

This Engineer’s Crazy Plan to Clean Air with Smog-Sucking Bikes

These bicycles are designed to filter smog out of the air as you ride. This could be a game changer for smoggy cities like Beijing.


20
Oct 17

The first asteroid ever discovered – Carrie Nugent

Over the course of history, we’ve discovered hundreds of thousands of asteroids. But how do astronomers discover these bits of rock and metal? How many have they found? And how do they tell asteroids apart? Carrie Nugent shares the story of the very first asteroid ever discovered and explains how asteroid hunters search for these celestial bodies.


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Oct 17

Why We Don’t Really Want to be Nice

Being ‘nice’ sounds a bit eerie and strange. It shouldn’t really.


19
Oct 17

Why we really really really like repetition in music

It slays all day.


18
Oct 17

Explore cave paintings in this 360° animated cave – Iseult Gillespie

The paintings of our ancestors have been preserved in caves all over the world; the oldest we’ve found were made up to 40,000 years ago. What do these images tell us about the ancient human mind and the lives of their creators? In this special 360° TED-Ed animation, explore an ancient cave and its surroundings as Iseult Gillespie shares a brief history of cave paintings.

 


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Oct 17

Is It Better to Be Polite or Frank?

We live in an age that thinks highly of frankness and directness. But there are – nevertheless – a few reasons why politeness remains a hugely important quality.


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Oct 17

Ocean Defense Kid | Connor Berryhill // 60 Second Docs

Connor Berryhill was only 5 years old when an underwater encounter with an endangered monk seal set him on a path to take care of the world’s most vulnerable creatures. Now 11, he’s taken his small-scale activism big and started his own nonprofit, MicroActivist. Their mission: to connect youth with projects to protect the ocean — and save our planet’s oceans and seas.


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Oct 17

Why You Shouldn’t Trust Your Feelings

It can be very hard to detect just how much our judgement is constantly affected by our feelings. We should – at points – take care to be very sceptical of our first impulses.