Watch: Elephant Throws Trash In Garbage Can

The more you learn about elephants, the more you realize what amazing creatures they are. Here’s one example that takes a minute to watch.

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Watch: The Story of Bottled Water

This is an older video, but it’s the first in a series of ‘water’ stories in today’s news feed. Bottled water is hard the environment and even harder on the pocketbooks of people who buy it. Get the full story in the video below.

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Learn: The Physics Behind Why Bikes Don’t Need Riders

Want to know why a ghost riding bikes stay on their wheels? It’s a physics thing. The video below walks you through the principles. minutephysics MinutePhysics (uploads) on YouTube

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MIT Cheetah Robot Lands the Running Jump

Three videos that capture just how quickly the robotics industry is moving. The first video is newly released. The last video is from about 18 months. If you’re into technology, you have a fun five minutes in front of you. Here’s MIT’s Cheetah with a hurdling demonstration. Here’s Boston Dynamics showing off ‘Spot’. The running motion

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Watch: Ever Wondered What it Really Means to ‘Photoshop’ a Picture?

The digital age has made the centuries-old art of photography a lot harder to trust. You’ve no doubt heard the term ‘photoshop’ used to describe the process of editing an image — well, now you can see exactly how that works and what expert users are capable of.  It’s  

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Watch: The Unrideable Backwards Brain Bicycle

Have you ever met a bike you couldn’t ride? Most would say no, but today may be the day. In the video below you can see first hand that one small change to the steering mechanism on a bike throws brain-bike-processing skills into chaos. It’s both informative, entertaining, and perhaps worthy of a booth at

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Watch: Oil Well Downhole Camera Video

Want to see what it looks like in the bottom of an oil well? Here’s your chance.

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Watch: These Bladeless Wind Turbines Shake to Generate Electricity

The three-bladed wind turbines are now common place on the prairie, but new technology may radically alter the appearance of wind generators in the future. Get the story in the short video below.

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