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96%VideoJun 2014

Concave mirror at Exploratorium

(2:17) Tour guide at the Exploratorium in San Francisco demonstrates some fun properties of the concave mirror exhibit.

95%VideoSep 2014

The moment a cat becomes self-aware

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95%VideoMar 2012

Melting rock with sunshine

(1:44) Jem Stansfield travels to the Solar Furnace Research Facility in southern France to witness the incredible power of concentrated sunlight.

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94%VideoAug 2012

What colour is a mirror?

(5:02) Vsauce Michael discusses colour, or the light that is not absorbed when you see something.

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94%VideoJan 2014

Salar de Uyuni, the planet's largest mirror

(0:48) Salar de Uyuni in Bolivia is the world's largest salt flat at over 10,000 sq km (4,000 sq mi).

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94%VideoMar 2008

Salar de Uyuni - The world's biggest mirror

4000 sq miles of salt flat in Bolivia. 3,650m above sea level. When it is covered in water, it reflects the sky.

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94%VideoMay 2013

Monkey meets mirror for the first time

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90%VideoNov 2008

Leandro Erlich - Niigata`s house project

Defying gravity with a large mirror

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89%VideoSep 2008

I'm looking in the mirror at myself!

Reflective ditty from Si. Directed by Mike Somerset

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89%VideoOct 2010

Why don't we make more use of the sun?

R5800 Solar Death Ray, made from a satellite dish, covered in over 5000 one centimetre mirror tiles. Properly aligned, it can melt steel, vaporise aluminium, boil concrete, and turn dirt into lava. The power of 5000 suns from an ordinary fibreglass satellite dish.

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