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What Makes You Tick: Circadian Rhythms

What Makes You Tick: Circadian Rhythms

https://www.youtube.com/embed/2BoLqqNuqwA What Makes You Tick: Circadian RhythmsHow do you know when it's time to sleep or time to wake up in the morning more powerful than any alarms?Honor your own circadian rhythms, 24-hour cycles and biological processes that exist in every living thing?They keep your body functioning on schedule, day and night wherever you are and the key to it all is a bunch of cells in the retina of the eye called photosensitive retinal ganglion cells, whilst the eyes rod and cone cells are responsible for vision.These retinal ganglion cells detect the brightness of our surroundings and send that…
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What is a Singularity?

What is a Singularity?

https://www.youtube.com/embed/24T58gXCUW8 What is a Singularity? Well, we say someone is singular when they are one A single person And not just any individual. But thats not quite right. A singularity is more like the answer to a question for which there is no answer. Here, take this very simple function: When x is 1 whats, the value of f ( x, ), OK lets substitute 1 over 1 is 1. Now. What happens when x is zero? Well, thats easy. Substitute and The function has no solution, because it doesnt make any sense, because 1 divided by 0 doesnt make…
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How Do Fossils Form?

How Do Fossils Form?

https://www.youtube.com/embed/ID7qhn1ipmw What is a fossil?A fossil is the preserved, remains or imprint in a rock of a plant or animal, usually one that lived a long time ago.Many of the fossils discovered so far our ancestors of organisms living today, while some fossils are the remains of organisms that still exist, the study of fossils is called paleontology.The total number of fossils and their placement within rocks is known as the fossil record.Much of what we understand about evolution comes from studying fossils, so they are really important, but how do they form when animals or plants die? There remains…
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Radiation Rays: Alpha, Beta and Gamma

Radiation Rays: Alpha, Beta and Gamma

https://www.youtube.com/embed/KYDil96NR5Q The nucleus of radioactive material emits three different types of radiation rays called alpha beta and gamma, due to the distinct electrical charge, characteristics of the alpha beta and gamma rays, they can be separated by directing a beam from a radioactive source through a magnetic field.Alpha rays carry particles originating from the nucleus of a radioactive atom. These particles consist of two protons and two neutrons.Essentially, they are positively charged helium atoms, stripped of their electrons. The magnet causes.These particles, in the alpha ray to bend in one direction beta rays, are a stream of negatively charged electrons…
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What Is Nanotechnology?

What Is Nanotechnology?

https://www.youtube.com/embed/DAOFpgocfrg What is nanotechnology, and why should you care Before we get too technical, try this Pick up something that's close to you anything.It might be a glass Or a smartphone Or even a tee shirt. It doesn't really matter what Now think about what this thing does well, It could be holding water Or chasing Pokemon Or, if you're, thinking about that tee-shirt making. You feel awesome Then think about what it doesn't do so well, perhaps smashing when you drop it Or running out of power just when you need it Or thinking about that tee shirt still…
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The 5 Most Common Types of PTSD (Post Traumatic Stress Disorder)

The 5 Most Common Types of PTSD (Post Traumatic Stress Disorder)

https://www.youtube.com/embed/6GcEhUYoW9E Post Traumatic Stress Disorder is an Anxiety Disorder that occurs after an individual has experienced a traumatic event in their lives depending on the severity of the event, the trauma can range from mild to intense. Here are the 5 most common types of PTSD 1. Normal Stress Response The normal stress response occurs when adults experience one distinct event that disrupts their entire life. When they go through this type Post Traumatic Stress Disorder Many have a hard time locating their emotions and feel cut off from reality, making it hard for them to maintain and form relationships…
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Exercise, Stress, and the Brain

Exercise, Stress, and the Brain

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=xpy_rAWSWkA Exercise, Stress, and the Brain Exercise is interesting in terms of effects on the brain, because it works in about 4 or 5 different ways. One of the most obvious ways is blood flow. So, if you get your heart working, your brain is going to be filled with oxygen, rich blood and nutrients. So that's the main way that we thought it helps The other way. Thats sort of interesting is it's been thought that exercise produces new neurons, So exercise induces the production of growth factors, one's called BDNF and it actually stimulates the production of new…
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