Tag Archives: science

The Chairless Chair | Innovation Nation

workers who stand all day in order to do their jobs often develop medical issues with their legs backs and feet in addition to the physical problems those workers could lose out financially because they’re no longer able to do their jobs now there’s an innovative company in Europe that’s working to relieve the strain… Read More »

How to Be a Great Volunteer • Community Service, Work-Ethic, Professionalism, and Volunteerism

How’s it going everyone? I’m Nick and you are listening to Episode 35 of the Fresh Perspective Podcast. Volunteering in your community is a great way to meet awesome people, gain some perspective from those who may be less fortunate, make a positive difference, and even help to further the frontier of science. It looks… Read More »

Keeping Roxie Calm in the Car | Cesar Millan’s Dog Nation

-So the goal is going It’s just putting the dog in the car and then leaving the car. I just want to see how you normally do it. So I start the car with the Autostart. [engine starting] And then I say, “Roxie, up!” Wait. So what happened right now– as soon as you turn… Read More »

Rosa Parks Bus Legacy | Innovation Nation

there are all types of innovators not all of them are the inventor type some made their mark when they took a stand for what was right on this bus history was made when one woman took a seat for what was right this is the actual bus aboard which Rosa Parks changed the world… Read More »

The Boss Baby vs The Smurfs Lost Village Slime Game Part 3 – Trolls Movie Ellie Sparkles

Hi everyone! Welcome to the Smurfs Movie Slime Game! It’s Me, Ellie Sparkles. In the Smurfs slime game, we have to open surprises from all of our favorite smurf characters without getting slimed by the evil villain team. Let’s see which characters are in our game. We have: Smurfette…Papa Smurf…Melody…the villain Gargamel…the mean Gaston from… Read More »

Crash Course Biology & Ecology Outtakes

We’ve spent the f… We’ve spent the fa… We’ve sp… We’ve spent th… [blows raspberry] And also because it makes that work about why you invited the fungus to the party, make sense… [laughs] The food web in an ecosystem has a lot to do with… forgot to breathe! Dog vomit, slime mold, and they… Read More »

Ecology: Small Solutions to a Big Planet’s Problems. The Names

Hi I’m K today I’m gonna tell you why getting eaten by mushrooms or given your friend of pair of chopsticks is good for our planet! Olala that’s a topic! Eco living is usually presented as a labor-intensive lifestyle, but it turns out one can help the Earth without much effort. The energy industry burns… Read More »

Food Webs and Energy Pyramids: Bedrocks of Biodiversity

Captions are on! TO turn off, click the CC button at bottom right. Follow the amoebas on Twitter (@amoebasisters) and Facebook! When we were little, we loved nature shows. One reason was because we didn’t have cable and it was one of the few things we actually got a TV signal for that didn’t require… Read More »

Cave Art 101 | National Geographic

– [Narrator] Wooly mammoths, step bison, and other large mammals once roamed alongside people across Eurasia. Tens of thousands of years later, we may have glimpse into this Ice Age world through the cave art left behind by early humans. (tinkling music) Around 400 art-filled caves and shelters predominately located in France and Spain have… Read More »

How Your Toothbrush Became a Part of the Plastic Crisis | National Geographic

(tapping) – [Narrator] Hopefully you know this already but … that’s a toothbrush. So are these. And the one thing they have in common: they’re all plastic. But here’s something you might not know. This routine has been around for a millennia. And back then, they used chewing sticks. (sticks rattling) Fast forward a bit… Read More »