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What ancient DNA can teach us about migration in prehistory | Professor Ian Barnes | TEDxLondon

Translator: Behdad Khazaeli Reviewer: Hélène Vernet Hello everyone. So, I’m going to talk today about migration and movement, and particularly people moving into the British Isles in the past. And if we think about past migrations into Britain, we probably first off might have some ideas about the 20th century, people coming from the Caribbean, […]

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How Complex is DNA and Where Did the Information in DNA come from?

Ankerberg: Alright. Now, we’re going to show you a little bit of this complexity, and the big question that we’re going to is, where did this information come from? If you’re starting from zero, could this information have come about by chance? Natural selection? Alright, so let’s watch this animation and I want you to […]

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The Einstein myth: Why the cult of personality is bad for science | Michelle Thaller

So Jonathan you ask a question that actually gets to the heart of a lot of my ideas about science and culture. And you ask about the celebrity culture. We hear about these famous scientists, it goes Albert Einstein or Stephen Hawking or Neil deGrasse Tyson; we know of these wonderful kind of larger than […]

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Whale Fall Actively Devoured by Scavengers at Davidson Seamount | Nautilus Live

Wow, octopus. Whale fall. Whoaaah whale fall!! That is phenomenal. We can’t stop can we? We can stop and come back if you want. Let’s take our time with it, and then we have to come back anyways. Oh my god there’s so many. This is worth a stop. No way. It’s like a baleen […]

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This Volcano Simulation Helps Scientists Prepare For The Real Thing | Maddie About Science | NPR

Maddie Sofia, Ph.D.: Volcanoes are amazing natural wonders. But there’s still so much about them that we don’t know. And that’s partially because volcanoes can be dangerous — especially for the scientists trying to study them up close. So, that’s why we’re here at the University at Buffalo’s Geohazards Field Station. So do you guys […]

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