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Saline Is Based on Terrible Science, Why Do We Use It Every Day?

In my mind nothing is as synonymous with hospitals as a bag of intravenous saline hanging from a little metal tree. They’re practically ubiquitous in emergency rooms and it’s a serious problem when they’re in short supply. Normal Saline, as it’s called, is incredibly simple, it’s mostly just sterile water
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Should We Keep the Hubble Telescope Alive or Let It Crash and Burn?

After being in orbit for almost 28 years, the Hubble space telescope might be coming to its end, but does it really have to be? Hubble is expecting a companion soon known as the James Webb space telescope. Hubble’s mission is expected to last into the 2020s, and the young
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The US’ Terrible Mistake of Selling $1 Coins for $1

This video was made possible by Skillshare. Learn from more than 25,000 classes for free for two months at skl.sh/hai25. The year was 2005, the president was George W. Bush, and the Congress was getting started on yet another of America’s government’s group projects. This time, DC’s oldest social club
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How Overnight Shipping Works

This video was made possible by Squarespace. Build your website for 10% off at Squarespace.com/Wendover. Overnight shipping is an absolute masterpiece of logistics that happens every single night. It may not be cheap, but you can get a package shipped from Miami, Florida on a Monday night to Anchorage, Alaska,
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Polar Explorer: Jade Hameister | Best Job Ever | Nat Geo Kids

I think to be someone that you have never been in somewhere that other people haven’t been is really special and I think it shows where we came from and how our world was before well here [Music] my name’s Jade how am i star and when I was 14
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50 Insane World War 1 Facts That Will Shock You!

World War One officially started on July 28th, 1914, and ended on November 11th, 1918. The number of casualties differs, depending on what source you read, and finding exact numbers is, of course, impossible. It’s generally thought this devastating war involving multiple nations ended with about 20 million deaths and
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Hunting the Bismarck – The Pride of Germany – Extra History – #1

May 20th, 1941. A restaurant in Stockholm. A British officer, the naval attaché to neutral Sweden, is having dinner alone when the waiter interrupts him with a telephone call from the embassy. His eyes widen. He slams down the receiver and rushes out. Waiting for him at the embassy is
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10 Weakest Armies in Asia in 2018 – Military / Army Comparison

When we look at the strongest militaries in Asia, there is little doubt that there’s a big four: Russia (which is technically Eurasian), China, Japan, and India. Not too far behind are Turkey (which is also technically Eurasian) and South Korea. But if you look at military strength Indexes, Asian
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US Healthcare System Explained

If you look at lists regarding which countries have the best healthcare and landed in rather unsual places seems rather strange I know but hear me out For some reason places turned a dark red and Japan followed cause Japan and another hand fell on the Islands Big list of
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The $289,500 New York Hot Dog Stand License

This video was made possible by Squarespace. Build your website with Squarespace for 10% off at Squarespace.com/HAI. A hot dog is a cylindrical sausage derivative common in the United States and Canada. Making one involves combining three elements—meat trimmings, preservatives such as nitrates, and flavorings such as salt which you’re
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