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On being present, not perfect | Elaine Meyer | TEDxLongwood
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On being present, not perfect | Elaine Meyer | TEDxLongwood

Translator: Laura Pasquale Reviewer: Peter van de Ven I’d like to start with a story. Addison was an eight-year-old little boy. He was as blond as could be, he had a quirky sense of humor, he loved to build, he

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“Thank You” Backfires When Used in This Way
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“Thank You” Backfires When Used in This Way

In popular psychology, , few topics get as much hype as “GRATITUDE” – the feeling of being thankful and showing appreciation. Even I’ve made an episode about it! Gratitude can be good for you and your health. But this hype

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What Fossils Reveal about Today’s Climate Change
Get Intimate with the Shrub-Steppe
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Get Intimate with the Shrub-Steppe

Hey folks, I’m heading south of Ellensburg right now to get intimate with the shrub steppe I hope to see some wild snakes today and also to meet with Adrian and Wendy and see some of their native snakes Hey

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Cross Cultural Intimacy
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Cross Cultural Intimacy

This episode of Sexplanations is my best effort to share textbook knowledge of other cultures as well as the personal experiences some of you have offered. It’s important to note that cultures change over time and though we may think

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Trypophobia is Neither a Phobia nor About Holes!
Why Do These Deadly Insects Look Like Flowers?
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Why Do These Deadly Insects Look Like Flowers?

In 1879, when James Hingsley returned to Australia from Indonesia he brought back tales of an orchid that engulfed butterflies in its petals and devoured them alive. A carnivorous plant more beautiful and ravenous than any other. But that fantastical

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Stanford’s Sapolsky On Depression in U.S. (Full Lecture)
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Stanford’s Sapolsky On Depression in U.S. (Full Lecture)

[MUSIC PLAYING] Stanford University. OK, there are all sorts of interesting diseases out there. And lots of them are quite exotic. You’ve got elephant man syndrome. And you’ve got progeria, which is the disease where you basically die of old

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You’ve Heard of a Murder of Crows. How About a Crow Funeral? | Deep Look