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Posted: 08 Jul 2009 05:05 AM PDT
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Posted: 07 Jul 2009 08:40 PM PDT
Information designer Tom Wujec talks through three areas of the brain that help us understand words, images, feelings, connections. In this short talk from TEDU, he asks: How can we best engage our brains to help us better understand big ideas?
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Some dinosaurs were more than eight times the size of today's largest land animals due to an abundance of resources coupled with low energy expenditures, according to a new study published in the latest Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences.
Posted: 07 Jul 2009 05:10 PM PDT
Also known as the Omega Nebula or the Lobster Nebula, this star-forming region is around 5,500 light years from Earth and is one of the biggest in the Milky Way, stretching 15 light years across. It became active just a few million years ago, making it one of the galaxy's newest nurseries.
Posted: 07 Jul 2009 05:00 PM PDT
The undertaker of the insect world is beginning to make a comeback from its own near-death experience.
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