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96%VideoJan 2013

Open Source Philosophy

(6:59) Building the next economy, an open source economy where people work collaboratively rather than competively as we do today.


96%VideoFeb 2013

Midway, located in the middle of an ocean of garbage

(3:55) Midway Island, an uninhabited 2.4-sq-mile atoll in the North Pacific Ocean, more than 2,000 miles from the nearest continent, is the home to 67–70% of the world's Laysan Albatross population, and 34–39% of the global Black-footed Albatross.


96%VideoOct 2013

Vsauce - Cruel Bombs

(8:24) Vsauce Michael discusses "cruel bombs", how Japanese Emporor Hirohito described the atomic bombs dropped on Hiroshima and Nagasaki in his surrender speech in 1945.

96%VideoFeb 2014

US deputy drug czar admits marijuana is less deadly than alcohol

(9:44) Michael Botticelli gets some stern questioning about the harms of marijuana.

96%VideoJun 2014

Planetary Panoramas - 360 degree night sky

(4:11) Stunning 360 degree night sky time-lapse by photographer Vincent Brady.

96%VideoAug 2014

Let's run through the rain

(4:01) Perhaps things aren't as bad as they first seem. Touching film short based on a true story.


96%VideoOct 2014

US vs UK Ebola news coverage

(3:47) English comedian Russell Howard looks at how differently Ebola is covered on each side of the pond.

96%VideoNov 2014

Cockatoos learn to make and use a tool

(1:15) Figaro the cockatoo figured out how to make and use a simple tool.


96%VideoDec 2014

The Newsroom's take on climate change

(4:49) The Newsroom is an American political drama that follows the behind-the-scenes events at the fictional Atlantis Cable News channel.


96%VideoJan 2015

Largest glacier calving ever filmed

(4:41) Glacier calving, aka ice calving, is the breaking off of chunks of ice at the edge of a glacier. In May 2008, Adam LeWinter and Jeff Orlowski were filming at the Ilulissat Glacier in Western Greenland for the documentary 'Chasing Ice' when the witnessed the break up of the glacier's edge. The calving event lasted for 75 minutes and the glacier retreated a full mile across a calving face three miles wide.