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This video looks at the history of the Earth's continents as they formed, separated and formed anew. Also addressed is the mechanism that causes the movement. (5:16 min.)

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Language is critical for humans as a society - but how does our brain process individual voices? What about a voice makes them different? (4:15 min.)

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What goes up, must come down, but with rockets they don’t usually come down in one piece! On November 23, 2015, Blue Origin made a historic flight of its New Shepard rocket, sending it 100 km high into space and then successfully landing the rocket at its base. (3:13 min.)

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This BBC report describes how researchers are using a computer with a solid state quantum processor to break even the most sophisticated RSA Encryption technology. (3:44 min.)

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Not only is pizza great tasting it can be used to demonstrate science. (3:58 min.)

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Garrett Ugray spoke at Dennis Franklin Cromarty High School in Thunder Bay to talk about his career path and experience in entrepreneurship. Garrett is a business student at Lakehead University, and spends his summers fighting fires in northern Ontario.

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Ever wonder why we still haven't found a cure for cancer? SciShow’s Hank explains that it is partly due to the fact that there are many types of cancer and they use our genetic mechanisms to make it difficult to find a single cure (8:38 min.)

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The Heisenberg Uncertainty Principle states that you can never simultaneously know the exact position and the exact speed of an object. Why not? (4:43 min.)

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Find out how a tsunami is born and how it destroys. (3:28 min.)

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Professor Brian Cox uncovers what the sun is actually made of and how we can learn this without actually travelling there. Taken from Can We Make A Star On Earth? (3:48 min.)

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