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How Haben Girma Became Harvard Law School’s First Deafblind Grad
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How Haben Girma Became Harvard Law School’s First Deafblind Grad

This video contains descriptions for the visually impaired Haben looking off camera, lights in background So many people have a low expectations for those of us with disabilities. Haben reading braille They see the disability and think that’s the whole

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The law of conservation of mass – Todd Ramsey
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The law of conservation of mass – Todd Ramsey

Where does all this stuff come from? This rock? That cow? Your heart? Not the things themselves, mind you, but what they’re made of: the atoms that are the fabric of all things. To answer that question, we look to

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TEDxWarwick – David MacKay – How the Laws of Physics Constrain Our Sustainable Energy Options
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TEDxWarwick – David MacKay – How the Laws of Physics Constrain Our Sustainable Energy Options

When the Industrial Revolution started, the amount of carbon sitting underneath Britain in the form of coal was as big as the amount of carbon sitting under Saudi Arabia in the form of oil. This carbon powered the Industrial Revolution,

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LZ Granderson: The myth of the gay agenda
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LZ Granderson: The myth of the gay agenda

Translator: Jenny Zurawell Reviewer: Morton Bast When I was about 16 years old I can remember flipping through channels at home during summer vacation, looking for a movie to watch on HBO — and how many of you remember “Ferris

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To be for the people, it must be by the people | Étienne Chouard | TEDxRepubliqueSquare
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To be for the people, it must be by the people | Étienne Chouard | TEDxRepubliqueSquare

Translator: Els De Keyser I’m here to talk about democracy. But the real one. The one that doesn’t exist at all. The one that, I think, would get us out of this mess. I am a teacher in Marseilles, and,

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The 7 secrets of the greatest speakers in history | Richard Greene | TEDxOrangeCoast
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The 7 secrets of the greatest speakers in history | Richard Greene | TEDxOrangeCoast

Reviewer: Queenie Lee It’s 1903, and this extraordinary guy named Teddy Roosevelt is standing on the edge of the Grand Canyon. At that time, people wanted to create hotels and spas and turn the Grand Canyon, in 1903, into a

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How the NSA betrayed the world’s trust — time to act | Mikko Hypponen
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How the NSA betrayed the world’s trust — time to act | Mikko Hypponen

The two most likely largest inventions of our generation are the Internet and the mobile phone. They’ve changed the world. However, largely to our surprise, they also turned out to be the perfect tools for the surveillance state. It turned

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Branding Democracy: Rita Clifton at TEDxHousesofParliament
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Branding Democracy: Rita Clifton at TEDxHousesofParliament

Translator: Min Hyun Oh Reviewer: Capa Girl I love Greece. And I read ancient Greek and Latin at university. And then of course I proceeded to go into a career that had absolutely nothing to do with those. What it

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TEDxYaleWorldFellows – Maria Corina Machado – Democracy: Use It or Lose It
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TEDxYaleWorldFellows – Maria Corina Machado – Democracy: Use It or Lose It

Translator: Fran Ontanaya Reviewer: Capa Girl As a Venezuelan I grew up proud and grateful for having the most stable and long-lasting democracy in Latin America. Like many in my generation, I felt that democracy itself could resolve the problems

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