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A New State of Water Reveals a Hidden Ocean in Earth’s Mantle

Scientists have thought for a while now that there may be water trapped within the earth’s mantle. Yeah, a secret ocean–underneath our oceans–inside the earth! This would change our common understanding of what the earth looks like on the inside.

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Replenishing falling levels of NAD+ may be a strategy for reducing some symptoms of aging
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Replenishing falling levels of NAD+ may be a strategy for reducing some symptoms of aging

[Rhonda]: Something else that really seems to change with fasting is the NAD levels, and that’s something that, you know, your lab has studied extensively with the sirtuins. So, maybe could you talk a little bit about… Because NAD is

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Continents Are Cracking, What Will They Look Like in the Future?
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Continents Are Cracking, What Will They Look Like in the Future?

You’re probably too young to remember, but at one point, almost all the Earth’s landmass was clumped into one gigantic supercontinent called Pangea. Land was like you and your friends from high school: one tightly knit bunch. But then you

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Are We Living In the Sixth Extinction?
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Are We Living In the Sixth Extinction?

[MUSIC] The California Golden Bear The Great Auk The Passenger pigeon The Tasmanian tiger The Pinta Island tortoise The Golden toad All dead. And the killer is right there in the room with you. [MUSIC] The walls of France’s Lascaux

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The Majesty of the Present: Clifford Saron at TEDxUCDavis
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The Majesty of the Present: Clifford Saron at TEDxUCDavis

Translator: Nabil Tbolbi Reviewer: Peter van de Ven Host: In the effort of telling multiple stories and sharing many stories, our next speaker is going to give yet another perspective on health. So with that, please join me in welcoming

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New Discoveries from Our Second Interstellar Visitor | SciShow News
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New Discoveries from Our Second Interstellar Visitor | SciShow News

[♪ INTRO] This year, scientists have had a chance to study something pretty mind-boggling: a comet that came from outside of our solar system. The comet appeared this summer, and on December 8th, it made its closest approach to the

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How Do You Make Clear Ice?
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How Do You Make Clear Ice?

Hey, I’m Josh Clark and this is “Brain Stuff.” And have you ever been like, look at this ice. This is terrible ice. I can’t even see through it. It’s disgusting. How do I make clear ice? Well, I’m here

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Jimmy Kimmel & Jim Parsons Present the Funniest Words
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Jimmy Kimmel & Jim Parsons Present the Funniest Words

RESEARCHERS IN THE UNITED KINGDOM HAVE — ACCORDING TO THEM, THEY’VE SCIENTIFICALLY IDENTIFIED THE FUNNIEST WORD IN THE ENGLISH LANGUAGE, AND THAT WORD IS “BOOTY.” MAYBE THAT’S FUNNY IN ENGLAND. BUT I’M NOT SURE THAT IT’S THAT FUNNY OVER HERE.

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