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Deductive vs Inductive vs Abductive Reasoning
Deductive reasoning is used to reach a logical true conclusion. Another type of reasoning, inductive, is also used. Often, people confuse deductive reasoning with inductive reasoning, and vice versa. Read the full article: https://www.livescience.com/21569-deduction-vs-induction.html
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Flow Battery Could Store Wind, Solar Power For Later Use | Video
A big roadblock for renewable energy like solar and wind is that sometimes the power isn't there when you need it (like at night) or there's too much (like a windy day). Researchers at Harvard believe 'flow' battery technology could solve this issue.
Views: 41340 LiveScience
What Happens When You Crack An Egg Underwater?
When you crack an egg underwater the water pressure assumes the role of the eggshell, exerting an inward force that keeps the egg yolk and whites intact. Full Story: http://goo.gl/eBjho3
Views: 5368618 LiveScience
Pufferfish Make Seafloor Circles to Attract Mates | Video
This video shows male pufferfish making geometric patterns in the seafloor off Japan to attract mates, by flapping their fins over sediment on the ocean bottom. In one of the clips, a male charges at a female, part of its "courting" routine.
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Kangaroo Rats Show Off Their Ninja Skills
Kangaroo rats are perfectly adapted to desert life and all the associated predators. Read the full story: https://www.livescience.com/65097-kung-fu-kangaroo-rat-kicks-snake.html
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David Lee Roth Rocks the Flock with Herding Dogs | Video
When the Van Halen frontman isn't on the road in support of their new album "A Different Kind of Truth", training his sheep dogs takes center stage. Dave narrates this look at the art of and science of animal psychology as applied by dog and master.
Views: 25453 LiveScience
Abundance Of Rare Deep-Sea Life Found In New Hebrides Trench | Video
The first expedition to the deep New Hebrides trench in the Pacific Ocean discovered cusk eels and prawns more than 23,000 feet (7,000 meters) below the surface.
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Generally Recognized As Safe? Food Additives Secrets | Video
The Natural Resources Defense Council alleges that a loophole in a 1958 law on common food ingredients has been exploited by the food industry ever since. NRDC questions the legitimacy of this law now, nearly 6 decades later.
Views: 13128 LiveScience
Its a Girl! Dolphin Mom Gives Birth In Hawaii | Video
A female calf was born at Dolphin Quest Hawaii, located at the Hilton Waikoloa Village on September 17th, 2012. The Dolphin's underwater birth as well as mom and baby's first swim together are recorded. -- Full Story: http://www.livescience.com/23443-dolphin-birth-caught-on-camera.html Credit: Dolphin Quest Hawaii
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Great White Shark Caught, Tagged, Released For Science | Raw Video
The shark, named Mary Lee, was tagged off of Cape Cod, MA in 2012 by nonprofit research group OCEARCH. Her tracker’s radio ping caught the 3,456 pound (1,568kg) animal navigating the waters off of Jones Beach in New York in May 2015. Credit: OCEARCH
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Major Glacier Calving Captured In Time-lapse Video
Researchers from Swansea University in the United Kingdom working near Greenland's Helheim Glacier spotted a spectacular calving event on July 12, 2010. They captured the glacier dropping icebergs into the fjord in this time-lapse video.
Views: 152030 LiveScience
Lasers Levitate Tiny Diamonds | Video
Physicists have levitated diamonds using a laser for the first time, potentially opening up new possibilities in the field of quantum computing.
Views: 8211 LiveScience
WildCat Robot Runs On All Fours | Video
Robot-makers at Boston Dynamics are showing off their latest creation: WildCat, a four-legged robot that bounds and gallops at 16 mph. Find out more http://goo.gl/S0DNRV
Views: 40279 LiveScience
Mexican Culture: Customs & Traditions
The culture of Mexico has undergone a tremendous transformation over the past few decades and it varies widely throughout the country.
Views: 58263 LiveScience
6 Mysterious Deep Sea Sounds | Video
Underwater microphones have captured these peculiar sounds in the deep sea.
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Baby Walrus Adjusts to Big City Life | Video
Mitik the baby walrus was orphaned off the coast of Barrow, Alaska, and rescued by fishermen. After a stint at the Alaska SeaLife Center, he has moved to his new home at the New York Aquarium where he is receiving round-the-clock care from the staff.
Views: 95614 LiveScience
Dead Zones Come Alive in the Gulf of Mexico
Farms and cities dump nourishment into rivers for tiny ocean plankton to gorge themselves on. So why do Dead Zones appear offshore? The answer becomes clear when you look at the sea from high in space.
Views: 33973 LiveScience
The Secret of Golf Balls Revealed: Dimple Dynamics
Why do dimpled golf balls fly farther & straighter? Sporting goods companies have replaced trial & error testing with supercomputer simulations to improve air flow. Learn more http://goo.gl/QHDXY Credit: LiveScience / Arizona State University / University of Maryland / LiveScience.com
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Wild Animals Caught On Hamster Wheel | Video
Motion-activated video cameras captured mice, frogs and even snails and slugs on an exercise wheel in the wild. A study published in the journal Proceedings of the Royal Society B shows that wheel-running is not limited to captive animals. Credit: Yuri Robbers, Leiden University Medical Center / Mash Mix: Live Science
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The 4 Types of Exercise Every Person Needs
When it comes to exercise, it's not just about cardio. Here are the four types of exercise that improve a person's overall physical fitness.
Views: 15781 LiveScience
Enormous Roman Mosaic Unearthed in Turkey | Video
A huge Roman mosaic has been uncovered in southern Turkey by archaeologists from the University of Nebraska, Lincoln. The well preserved tiles once decorated a bathhouse during the Roman Empire's zenith.
Views: 112605 LiveScience
Hover 'Bike' Flies on Pilot's Intuition | Video
Aerofex has redesigned hover vehicle technology so that it responds to a pilot's natural sense of balance. [10 Imaginary Worlds]
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What's a Second Cousin vs. a First Cousin Once-Removed?
If you can't keep your third cousins and your first cousins twice removed straight, you are not alone. But there's a simple way to figure out the relationships between relations.
Views: 63110 LiveScience
3D Printed Medical Device Saves Baby's Life | Video
A small custom made splint made with a 3D printer saved the life of a baby with a severe case of tracheomalacia, a condition that causes the windpipe to collapse.
Views: 13651 LiveScience
Why Are Bananas Berries, But Strawberries Aren't?
Despite its name, the strawberry isn't a true berry. Neither is the raspberry or the blackberry. But the banana, it turns out, is a berry, scientifically speaking, as are eggplants, grapes and oranges. So what's the deal? Why are berries so very hard to define?
Views: 8452 LiveScience
Bison vs. Buffalo: What's the Difference?
Burly, shaggy bison (Bison bison), the North American hoofed mammals that, for many people, embody the American West, are often referred to as buffalo. But even though they are in the same family group as Old World buffalo species, bison are not closely related to those species, making the common name "buffalo" misleading.
Views: 65845 LiveScience
Rare 'Supermoon' In Nov. 2016 - NASA's Advice On How To Watch It | Video
Skywatchers will be able to gaze upon the biggest and brightest "supermoon" in almost 69 years on Nov. 14th, 2016. Live Science spoke with Noah Petro, the deputy scientist for NASA's Lunar Reconnaissance Orbiter mission, about how and when to view it. -- Learn More about the 'Supermoon': https://goo.gl/CXhbbN
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Chinese Culture: Customs & Traditions
China is an extremely large country, and the customs and traditions of its people vary by geography and ethnicity.
Views: 45307 LiveScience
Making Diesel Fuel With Plant Fungus | Video
Plant pathologist Gary Strobel has found endophytes, bacteria and fungi that live within plant tissue, that can create diesel-like fuel from decaying plant waste like leaves.
Views: 2655 LiveScience
Kangaroo Rat Vs. Rattlesnake: Little Critter's 'Elastic' Advantage | Video
Biologists from the University of California at Riverside used high-speed cameras to study predator-prey interactions in the wild. They found that the rattlesnakes strike faster in the wild — compared to laboratory observations conducted in prior studies — but the kangaroo rats' "sling shot" tendons give them a good chance at evasion. -- Full Story: https://goo.gl/NXFoM3 Credit: Live Science/Footage Courtesy: Higham lab, UC Riverside/Edited by @SteveSpaleta
Views: 29662 LiveScience
Why Do Americans and Brits Have Different Accents?
In 1776, whether you were declaring America independent from the crown or swearing your loyalty to King George III, your pronunciation would have been much the same. At that time, American and British accents hadn't yet diverged. What's surprising, though, is that Hollywood costume dramas get it all wrong: The Patriots and the Redcoats spoke with accents that were much closer to the contemporary American accent than to the Queen's English.
Views: 2614 LiveScience
Can You Time-Travel?
The joys, terrors and true possibilities of navigating the Fourth Dimension, with quantum physicist Michio Kaku and astrophysicist Charles Liu. Find out more http://goo.gl/JD6FG
Views: 24697 LiveScience
How Often Do Ice Ages Happen?
The last ice age led to the rise of the woolly mammoth and the vast expansion of glaciers. But it's just one of many that have chilled Earth throughout the planet's 4.5-billion-year history.
Views: 2377 LiveScience
Where Does All My Snot Come From?
When you have a cold or allergies, it can sometimes feel like you have an endless supply of snot. And no matter how many times you blow your nose, you can't seem to get rid of it.
Views: 3033 LiveScience
This Is Your Butt (On Silicone Injections) - Just Say No | Video
Caution: Graphic Medical Images. Sophely Ouk didn’t think it would hurt her. She had seen many of her friends do it. So what could go wrong? A lot. Illegally injected silicone caused life-threatening issues requiring repeated surgical and therapeutic procedures. -- Illegal Silicone Butt Injections Cause Host of Health Problems: http://goo.gl/442H2V Credit: Live Science / Edited by @SteveSpaleta
Views: 90576 LiveScience
Backwards-Moving Mars: What Does 'Retrograde' Mean?
What's really happening when Mars is in retrograde?
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The Earth Harp: Making Architecture And Nature Into An Instrument | Video
William Close's Earth Harp is a musical invention so large the audience often sits 'inside' it by turning valleys, buildings, and concert halls into a giant string instrument.
Views: 6488 LiveScience
Haptic Technology Lets You 'Touch' Virtual Objects | Video
Haptic technology like the Sensable Phantom makes manipulating 3D digital objects intuitive and responsive, allowing for a range of uses including prototyping, surgery practice, virtual sculpting, and interactive museum displays.
Views: 29929 LiveScience
Ice Cold Science Heats Up Climate Debate | Video
Scientists conducting a range of experiments on samples at the National Ice Core Laboratory (NICL) in Denver, Colo., are shedding new light on the dimly understood history of Earth's climate.
Views: 2308 LiveScience
Two Months Aboard An Ice Breaker In Under Five Minutes | Video
Cassandra Brooks created this timelapse sequence from her time aboard the Nathaniel B. Palmer, a National Science Foundation Icebreaker making its way through the Ross Sea, Antarctica.
Views: 7707 LiveScience
Virus Rapidly Evolves To Fight Bacteria
Michigan State University researchers have seen for the first time that the Lambda virus can mutate in a short time (4 mutations in just 12 days) and found new ways to attack host cells.
Views: 37349 LiveScience
Alien-Like Jellyfish Filmed Hunting in Deep Sea
A robot filmed the rarely seen jellyfish Deepstaria enigmatica hunting in the deep sea.
Views: 7500 LiveScience
How are Diamonds Made?
Diamonds are made out of carbon — highly organized carbon, that is. Geologists are still guessing how diamonds formed in the Earth from 1 billion to 3 billion years ago.
Views: 23157 LiveScience
Magnitude 9.2: The 1964 Great Alaska Earthquake
Magnitude 9.2: The 1964 Great Alaska Earthquake is a short video relating how the largest quake in U.S. history had profound and lasting impacts on our lives.
Views: 5274 LiveScience
Tagging A 2,000-Pound Great White Shark | Video
"Lydia" the 2,000-pound (907 kg) Great White Shark is tagged with a satellite tracker and accelerometer by scientists from Mote Marine Laboratory and OCEARCH on March 3, 2013.
Views: 249979 LiveScience
River Monsters vs. Biologist Jeremy Wade | Video Interview
Self described 'extreme angler' and host of Animal Planet's River Monsters shares a few hair-raising fish stories from far flung bodies of water. LiveScience's Rich Bonaduce interviewed Wade.
Views: 15665 LiveScience
Humans Hit the Oceans Hard
Satellite imagery reveals the many ways human activities impact Earth's oceans. Although the ocean surface is huge, only 4% remains unaffected by overfishing, pollution, run-off, chemical changes, and climate shift.
Views: 1443 LiveScience
On Dancing Air: The Story of Wind Power
How wind turbines work; and the 5000 year history of wind technology.
Views: 6226 LiveScience
Toronto Zoo's Baby Polar Bear Takes First Steps | Video
A 2-month-old baby polar bear at Toronto Zoo took his first steps in this video. Full Story: http://goo.gl/6AHKvD
Views: 62310 LiveScience
Fearsome Armored Dino 'Frozen in Time' for 110 Million Years
A 110-million-year-old, statuesque and spiky nodosaur is the best-preserved armored dinosaur on record.
Views: 4143 LiveScience

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