Quick Revision of Important Species in News for UPSC CSE Prelims 2019

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CTwT E101 – UPSC CSE 2018 Topper Akshat Jain AIR 2

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Akshat Jain secured AIR 2 in the 2018 Union Public Service Commission (UPSC) civil service examination. In this episode, we get to know more about the toppers preparation journey.

A graduate in Design from IIT Guwahati, Akshat found the passion for civil services from his parents and started his preparation during his graduation.

Akshat mainly used the internet, and standard books for his preparation. To prepare for the civil services exam, he used to study for five-six hours every day.

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2:00 – How does feel to have achieved great success.
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Simple Approach for 2020 UPSC CSE aspirants – Part 1/2 by Roman Saini

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UPSC CSE requires you to begin preparation in a methodical manner and be completely clear as to what you intend to do. If you are planning to prepare for IAS 2020, this session is going to help you. Preparation for civil services must be started before 12–15 months prior to the preliminary examination. Before you start your preparation, you need to understand the pattern and requirements of the exam and take the feel of syllabus whether you will able to put the required hard work for the exam or not. You are planning for UPSC 2020, means that you are a very good planner, but always think about the worst cases, that might cause detraction in your preparation. Roman Saini will help you with a simple approach for your UPSC 2020 preparation. Must watch for all who are wondering how to prepare for UPSC 2020.

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Prepositions of Time (in, on, at) – Civil Service Exam – English Grammar

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SPECIES: Shark Bay Mouse (Timelapse Painting) | Episode 2

Several species in Australia are threatened with extinction due to climate change induced habitat loss. This is the second painting of SPECIES series, inspired by the success story of the Djoongari (pseudomys fieldi), a rodent that was declared critically endangered but with conservation efforts grew to ten thousand individuals, which in turn lifted its status to vulnerable. Though the species has recovered, severe droughts caused by climate change remain a threat to it. In her paintings, Ella discusses the interconnectedness of people’s actions to wild animals and the environment in which they live. The paintings shown at the exhibition are part of a larger series that handles both tragedy and success regarding the conservation status of endangered species. Rather than only concentrating on the plight, Ella feels it important to also show the possibility for change. She hopes her work will encourage the viewer to consider and adopt behaviours that are environmentally conscious. More information: https://www.ellapesonen.com.au

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Introducing New Project: SPECIES | Bramble Cay Melomys (Timelapse Painting) | Episode 1

Several species in Australia and abroad are threatened with extinction due to climate change induced habitat loss. The Bramble Cay melomys (melomys rubicola) depicted in this painting is a species of rodent that was recently declared extinct; it was concluded that the rodent lost its habitat to rising sea-levels caused by climate change. In her paintings, Ella discusses the interconnectedness of people’s actions to wild animals and the environment in which they live. This painting is part of a larger series that handles both tragedy and success regarding the conservation status of endangered species. Rather than only concentrating on the plight, Ella feels it important to also show the possibility for change. She hopes her work will encourage the viewer to consider and adopt behaviours that are environmentally conscious.

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Best Pets Of The Year 2018 | Part 2

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HOW Close Are We To RESURRECTING Extinct Animals?

Do you ever wonder: HOW Close Are We To RESURRECTING Extinct Animals? From prehistoric endangered species to some of the coolest extinct creatures, this top 10 list of extinct animals that scientists are trying to bring back to life will amaze you!

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The quagga is an extinct zebra species that once inhabited South Africa. According to record, in 1870, the last remaining wild quagga was shot, and the last captive quagga died in 1883. Hunting is primarily to blame for their extinction. Since 1987, the Quagga Project has attempted to bring this species back from extinction.

6. Woolly Mammoth
In a May 2015 interview with Smithsonian Magazine, DNA expert and biologist Beth Shapiro of the University of California, Santa Cruz discussed the possibilities revolving around the de-extinction of various species. When asked what species she would most like to bring back to life, Shapiro explained that while her answer to that question changes daily, the woolly mammoth is an “ideal candidate.”

The passenger pigeon, which went extinct around the year 1900, was a small, gray bird with a pinkish-red chest. It was once very common in the forests of North America. Much like the woolly mammoth, scientists are well underway with research into bringing back the passenger pigeon, and believe doing so is a matter of “when,” rather than “if.”

All modern cattle share a live ancestor called the aurochs, the last of which died in 1627 in what’s considered modern-day Poland. The animal’s extinction was caused primarily by agriculture and domestication. Scientists and historians alike have little to go on when it comes to describing what the aurochs looked or behaved like during its existence.

The heath hen was a species of prairie chicken that was once found across much of the East Coast of the U.S., and which went extinct in 1932. In 2014, at the urging – and financial backing – of residents of Martha’s Vineyard, the heath hen became one of the de-extinction projects of the San-Francisco based foundation Revive & Restore.

During her May 2015 interview with Smithsonian Magazine, Beth Shapiro was asked what extinct species she thinks would be the most fun to resurrect. Her answer was the dodo bird. Why? Well, for one, it’s silly looking, with juvenile characteristics.

So how close are we to resurrecting dinosaurs?? Don’t let science fiction movies like Jurassic Park fool you – as neat and terrifying as it would be to bring dinosaurs back to life, it’s not going to happen. Beth Shapiro, the same biologist and DNA expert who spoke about resurrecting mammoths and the dodo bird, explained that it’s impossible to bring any dinosaur species back to life.

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BIGGEST Prehistoric Sea Reptiles That EVER Lived!

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10. Ophthalmosaurus (16 feet)
Ophthalmosauruses lived during the late Jurassic era about 165 to 150 million years ago and were present in oceans worldwide. Its name, which means ‘eye lizard’ comes from the fact that it had very large eyes, which were up to 9 inches in diameter (22.8 cm)! They looked particularly big compared to the size of the rest of its body!

9. Platypterygius (23 feet)
Some of you helped me out the other day when I asked for advice with the pronunciation so thank you! I’m finally going for it!! The Platypterygius was a dolphin-like Ichthyosaur that was around during the early Cretaceous period, about 100 million years ago. Growing up to 23 feet, they would have been the dominant predators of the Eromanga sea in inland Australia where they lived.

8. Thalattoarchon (28 feet)
The Thalattoarchon was one of the first Ichthyosaurs and lived around 245 million years ago. Unlike others, their teeth were unusual. Rather than the conical shape, they were about 4 inches tall and blade-like with two cutting surfaces. Armed with such deadly weaponry, the Thalattoarchon is seen as the original oceanic macropredator- one that targets animals of a similar size to itself, as well as those that are smaller.

7. Plotosaurus (30 feet)
The Plotosaurus, whose name literally means ‘swimmer lizard’, lived around 70 million years ago in what is now California. They typically grew to around 30 feet long and were similar to other mosasaurs in that they had large powerful tails for propulsion, and narrow flippers, but were more streamlined than other species. Plotosaurus is thought to have been particularly fast, and also had much larger eyes than others, which would have given them a huge advantage in spotting prey, and predators.

6. Temnodontosaurus (39 feet)
The Temnodontosaurus was a species of ichthyosaur that lived during the early Jurassic, between about 200 and 175 million years ago. They hunted for food in the deeper parts of the ocean, and remains have been found across Europe. Their name means ‘cutting tooth lizard’, and it’s clear to see why.

5. Tylosaurus (45 feet)
The 45-foot long Tylosaurus proriger swam the planet’s oceans around 85 million years ago during the Cretaceous… while T-Rex’s walked the land. It was a species of mosasaur and is believed to have been one of the deadliest oceanic hunters of the time- feeding on fish, birds, sharks, and other aquatic reptiles.

4. Prognathodon (46 feet)
Prognathodons were huge mosasaurs that could grow to up to 46 feet in length. They lived around 80 million years ago, and specimens have been found around the world, particularly in Europe and North America. Unlike other similar species, Prognathodon had a different way of hunting, adapted better for preying on tough shelled animals like shellfish, ammonites, and turtles.

3. Shonisaurus (49 feet)
The Shonisaurus lived towards the end of the Triassic period, around 215 million years ago, and evidence has been found of them swimming in oceans around the world. Fun fact: 37 fossil specimens alone have been found in the Luning Formation of Nevada and is the official fossil of the state.

2. Mosasaurus (56 feet)
The Mosasaurus is probably the most famous of the Mosasaurs…. If you think the name sounds familiar, it’s the one that was kept in the lake in the Jurassic World movie. They were one of the last, and one of the largest species of Mosasaurs, and lived between 70 and 66 million years ago. Remains have been found in Europe and North America, but it’s thought that they were present the whole world over.

1. Shastasaurus (60 feet)
The Shastasaurus was an Ichthyosaur that lived in the Pacific Ocean during the Late Triassic period, around 215 million years ago, and was the largest marine reptile to have ever existed. They grew to around 60 feet long and weighed around 75 tons, which is a comparable size to a sperm whale, and almost the same weight as a blue whale.

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5 Strange Phenomena Science Can’t Explain

The unknown doesn’t tend to stay unknown. After all, there are quite a few very smart people out there, constantly endeavoring to document and understand our world and its mysteries. Often, they’re the ones to turn to when something seems inexplicable. We rely on experts for answers, but sometimes, they’re as baffled as we are when strange phenomena are encountered. Whether they’re objects or events, such phenomena remain puzzling until they’re identified and understood, if they ever are.

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Most MYSTERIOUS Discoveries In Art & Writing!

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10. The Last Supper
The Last Supper, by Leonardo Da Vinci, is one of the world’s most famous artworks- and depicts arguably the most important moment between Christ and his followers. It’s long been thought that the painting contains hidden messages and codes, only clear to those who look deep enough into it. It’s even been the subject of a number of fictitious stories, like the Da Vinci code, in which life-changing secrets have been revealed through this work.

9. The Nag Hammadi Library
First discovered in upper Egypt in 1945, the Nag Hammadi Library is a collection of 13 books, buried about 1,400 years ago, that included a large number of “Gnostic Gospels’. Including scriptures such as the Gospel of Thomas, the Gospel of Philip, and the Gospel of Truth… these codices were believed to have been long destroyed, and date back to early Christian beliefs; ones that have all but been eliminated from the modern religion.

8. The Morag Texts
The Loch Ness Monster is known around the world- with people wondering if it’s just a hoax, or is there actually a large creature living beneath the surface? What you may not know, though, is that Nessie has a less well-known cousin, who’s been written about a number of times, and remains just as much of a mystery.

7. Roman Bathroom Jokes
As any archaeologist will tell you, the Romans had just as crude a humor as anyone nowadays has… just look at some of the artwork that’s been found in Pompeii as an example. It’s no surprise, then, that a recent find in Turkey uncovered a series of dirty jokes, this time on the walls of a Roman public bathroom.

6. The Voynich Manuscript
The Voynich manuscript was found in 1912 and has mystified researchers ever since. Dated to the 1400s, the pages are full of illustrations that show plants and stars, with a level of understanding that’s far beyond what is thought possible from the time.

5. Cafe Terrace at Night
Cafe terrace at night is one of Van Gogh’s most famous paintings, but despite looking like a portrayal of an evening dinner that’s been painted in his trademark style, there are many that think there’s more going on here… with the suggestion that it’s actually depicting the last supper.

4. Witches Marks
Creswell Crags, in Nottinghamshire in the UK, is a cave that’s been used for centuries by those seeking refuge. In recent years it’s become a tourist attraction for those wanting to venture underground, and for a long time, it was thought that the walls were covered in a form of ancient graffiti. Recently, though, researchers have re-classified the extensive series of marks and carvings… and they are believed to have been made by witches in the 17th and 18th centuries.

3. Scheveningen Sands
Quite often, artworks that we think we understand are found to harbor secret meanings or images… and it’s not uncommon for paintings to have been changed over the years to keep them in line with current tastes and values. This act of altering images is perhaps no clearer seen than in the case of Scheveningen Sands, which was painted by Hendrick van Anthonissen in 1641.

2. The Algol Star
The Algol star, also known as the demon star, is a star in the Perseus constellation and, as part of a three-star system, varies in brightness. This variation was thought to have been first recorded in 1667 by the Italian astronomer Geminiano Montanari… but the discovery of an ancient Egyptian manuscript shows that they had observed the star more than 3,000 years earlier.

1. The Sistine Chapel
Michelangelo’s paintings on the ceiling of the Sistine Chapel, which depict nine different stories from the Book of Genesis, are some of the most revered pieces of art to have ever been created. He was scientifically minded, and supposedly dissected corpses in the graveyard when he was a young man, which informed his understanding of the human form and allowed him to paint his masterpieces to such a degree of realism.

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Published: 2019-04-26 05:35:05
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S. Anand & Michael Allen | Ujima Radio show | Save Species with A.I.

Crowdsourcing projects are actively contributing to save endangered species across the world. Data and technology are marrying to generate crowdsourcing & deep learning driven applications for animal tracking.

Gramener CEO & Co-founder S. Anand explains how direct and indirect human intervention has promoted the destruction of nature and its species.

He, eventually, speaks about how Artificial Intelligence & its allies (ML, Deep Learning) clubbed with big data are helping organizations save species.

5 Strange Phenomena Science Can’t Explain

The unknown doesn’t tend to stay unknown. After all, there are quite a few very smart people out there, constantly endeavoring to document and understand our world and its mysteries. Often, they’re the ones to turn to when something seems inexplicable. We rely on experts for answers, but sometimes, they’re as baffled as we are when strange phenomena are encountered. Whether they’re objects or events, such phenomena remain puzzling until they’re identified and understood, if they ever are.

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Published: 2019-04-25 07:04:39
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Fasting vs. Eating Less: What’s the Difference? (Science of Fasting)

This is about the drastic physiological differences between fasting and eating less

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*NOTE* One of the key things in being able to fast in a healthy matter is entering the state of ketosis – that is, switching your metabolism from burning carbohydrate to burning fat. *Considering most people have been burning carbohydrate their whole lives* this can make fasting a challenge. Upton Sinclair recommends doing quite long fasts – 12 days, but you may want to work your way up to longer fasts. Unless you are relatively keto adapted (or have experience with fasting of course), it’s important that you take precautions while doing a fast. Fasting isn’t inherently dangerous, *but diving into fasting when your body is in no way geared for it can be.* I recommend doing more research before doing longer fasts. “The Complete Guide to Fasting” (http://amzn.to/2tQjxXa) is a good book to start with.
As Tim Ferriss puts it: Please don’t do anything stupid and kill yourself. It would make us both quite unhappy.

Just in case I should also say that of course you need to balance fasting with eating – You need to survive off of something. I have been doing intermittent fasting the past year (22 hours fasted, 2 hours eating – you can widen it to 16/8, which still provides great benefits) and will fast for a couple days every other month or so. Several other people have recommend a routine like this – Tim Ferriss recommends doing a 3 day fast once per month and a 7 day fast once per year.
Also make sure you’re getting enough fat, protein, micronutrients and fiber to maintain a healthy weight and healthy body – *excessive* fasting can be very dangerous.

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Hummingbird Babies Birth to Fledging the Nest ~ First Flight ~ Amazing!

A beautiful documentary which follows mama and two baby Allen’s hummingbirds from birth to fledging. Filmed in Los Angeles, California. High Definition. Original Music by Sheri Watson from her album “Shuniya.” PLEASE READ FURTHER TO LEARN CORRECTED INFORMATION ABOUT THE BIRDS AND PLEASE NOTE: Hummingbirds are federally protected wildlife. Do not attempt to rescue or interfere with a hummingbird without first contacting your local Hummingbird Rescue for information. All filming of this video was done only after being in contact with licensed Hummingbird Rescue experts for guidance. It has, still, been brought to my attention through some comments that I should not have filmed the birds that close. Please take what I have been advised and do not film birds close up unless you have a very long lens or a web cam. I apologize to the bird lovers I have upset by this ignorance on my part. I can be contacted at sheri@sheriwatson.com. ADDITIONAL NOTE: I inadvertently passed on incorrect information in this video. The “squirt” from the beak of the babies is actually their tongue. Also, the woman I spoke to from the hummingbird rescue referred to the baby’s “hair” and I say that several times in the video. I have been otherwise informed that the “hair” should be called “feathers.” I also failed to mention that the nests are often secured using spider webs. And, it turns out the first bird to leave the nest is the male, not the female. I have a newly edited and more informative version of this same video, available for schools or educational purpose. sheri@sheriwatson.com
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Science Experiments w/ Professor Robert Winston

James welcomes Professor Robert Winston to perform science experiments, one involving a gas that makes James’s voice hilariously deep, and another including explosive powder. Professor Winston’s new book “My Amazing Body Machine” is available now.

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Building a dinosaur from a chicken | Jack Horner

http://www.ted.com Renowned paleontologist Jack Horner has spent his career trying to reconstruct a dinosaur. He’s found fossils with extraordinarily well-preserved blood vessels and soft tissues, but never intact DNA. So, in a new approach, he’s taking living descendants of the dinosaur (chickens) and genetically engineering them to reactivate ancestral traits — including teeth, tails, and even hands — to make a “Chickenosaurus”.

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Endangered Wolf Pups Go Boing!

LOOK! A springy twig above our heads!

How the 11-month-old Mexican wolf pups’ afternoon got booked solid.

Tare having a great time – too bad it’s at the expense of the HD webcam from their den…

Beyond being bouncy, these soon-to-be one-year-old Mexican gray wolf pups represent the Wolf Conservation Center’s active participation in an effort to save a species on the brink of extinction. The Mexican gray wolf or “lobo” is the most genetically distinct lineage of wolves in the Western Hemisphere, and one of the most endangered mammals in North America. By the mid-1980s, hunting, trapping, and poisoning caused the extinction of lobos in the wild, with only a handful remaining in captivity. In 1998 the wolves were reintroduced into the wild as part of a federal reintroduction program under the Endangered Species Act.

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Untamed Americas: Mountains-Labrador Wolf and Caribou Sequence

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Gelada vs. Gelada | World’s Deadliest

This alpha male gelada doesn’t want to cede control of his harem to a band of bachelors, so he pulls out all the stops. But will it be enough?
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The Unique Black Cat That Brings Luck When It Crosses Your Path

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Animals and humans have always had a unique bond. From service animals to pets that become part of the family, they occupy a special place in the hearts and minds of their owners. Traditionally, black cats are said to bring bad luck when they cross your path, but following is a unique story of a black cat who brings good luck. Too often, it is the negative, the harrowing, the sad stories that make the news or social media feeds. It is refreshing to retell a human-interest story that warms the heart with its positivity and hope. When a black cat makes weird noises over the baby monitor as mom checks baby’s room, she rushes for the phone. What happens from the time this little black stray kitten enters the lives of Roy, and Bernita Rogers sets the family on a course of good luck that has caught the interest of a nation.

Starting a Family

When Roy and Bernita Rogers were married, they wanted nothing more than to start a family. Unfortunately, fate had other plans. After suffering three miscarriages, the Rogers had all but given up hope that a baby of their own would ever enter their lives. For quite some time, the Rogers poured all their parental love and affection into caring for their black cat, Midnight, who had become their only fur-baby.

A Long-Awaited Miracle

As so often seems to be the case when people give up hope of something, their prayers are answered. Within a year of welcoming a mangy stray kitten into their lives, Roy and Bernita conceived a baby they lived in fear of losing. This time around, fate had different plans for them, and Benita carried their baby girl Stacey to term and brought her safely into the world. Feeling like their prayers were answered, the Rogers settled into life as parents of a newborn, never forgetting Midnight.


At 6-weeks old, things changed for the worse. Stacey’s health seemed to be in decline, and the Rogers worried, once again, that parenting was not something they were fated to do. After multiple visits to the doctor, the Rogers were told not to worry and that Stacey was just fighting off an infant cold. Comforted by the doctor’s words, they returned to normal life.

One Fateful Day

One day, after putting Stacey down for a nap, fate intervened once again. While enjoying Stacey’s nap and visiting with her out-of-town parents, Midnight seemed extra clingy and anxious. He kept coming into the living room, meowing, and running back up the stairs to where Stacey slept. Although Bernita could sense that Midnight wanted something, she didn’t understand and continued chatting with her parents.

Shortly after Midnight ran up the stairs again, there was a terrible sound coming from the baby monitor. In a mad dash, Bernita raced up the stairs. Entering the room she saw Midnight crying into the monitor. What she saw next sent chills down her spine. Her little girl, Stacey, was laying in her crib gasping for breath and turning blue.

Bernita rushed Stacey to the hospital where she went into full respiratory failure. Thankfully, they had arrived just in the nick of time, and the doctors were able to save her. After arriving home with Stacey in her arms, Bernita had time to process everything that had happened. What she realized was that that little stray furball that had come unexpectedly into their lives had saved their baby’s life.

Over-Protective Parents and Pets

After having so much trauma associated with becoming pregnant and waiting so long to welcome a child into their lives, the Rogers had been extra overprotective of Stacey, their long-awaited miracle. They watched over her and used their baby monitor vigilantly, as did Midnight. Midnight hovered as much as the parents did, and on that fateful day, Midnight proved just how diligently he took his parenting duties as well.

Fast forward 12 years, and Stacey is a full-grown tween with a faithful pet at her side. You guessed it, Midnight remains a treasured part of the family, and the Rogers have never forgotten what he did for them. Looking back, the Rogers feel triply-blessed. First, that mangy stray wandered into their lives; second, they were blessed with the child they always wanted and lastly, Midnight loved Stacey as much as they did. She would do anything to protect her. This emotional bond has proven that opening up your heart can yield rewarding results. Were they not inclined to open up their hearts and home to Midnight, their daughter might not be alive. Their hearts would most certainly have remained broken, instead of full and brimming with love as they are today.

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Published: 2019-04-16 14:26:19
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Should We Bring Back Extinct Species?

De-extinction, or resurrection biology, or species revivalism is the process of creating an organism, which is either a member of, or resembles an extinct species, or breeding population of such organisms. Cloning is the most widely proposed method, although selective breeding and gene editing have also been proposed. Similar techniques have been applied to endangered species.
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There is significant controversy over de-extinction. Critics assert that efforts would be better spent conserving existing species, that the habitat necessary for formerly extinct species to survive is too limited to warrant de-extinction, and that the evolutionary conservation benefits of these operations are questionable.

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10 Most Insane Rare Animals You Won’t Believe Exist

10 Most Insane Rare Animals You Won’t Believe Exist
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There are about 8.7 million discovered species of animals in the world with many more being discovered every day. Some of these animals are well known and we see a lot of them every day such as our domestic dogs and cats and other pets we keep as companions. But in that big list of species are animals that are so rare that some people have never seen them before, and some creatures are becoming extinct due to humans.

You might be surprised that some of these creatures exist at all because they are so unique, but we put together 10 rarest animals in the world for your enjoyment. But before we start, don’t forget to subscribe to our channel and turn on notifications and you’ll be the first to know when a new video comes out. Let’s get started.

10. Hydromedusa Jellyfish – Deep in the Mariana Trench exists some amazing creatures never seen before by humans until recently. This jellyfish surprised marine biologists and you might notice that it looks somewhat like an alien spacecraft.

9. Sumatran Rhino – When you first see this creature, it really doesn’t resemble the rhino that everyone is familiar with such as the now extinct western black rhino, or the soon to be extinct white rhino with only two females left in the world.

8. Rafetus Turtle – Also known as the Yangtze giant softshell turtle, there were only 3 known Yangtze turtles left on the Earth when in May 2017 one of the last remaining 4 died. These turtles are also called Red River Turtles. It is one of the most critically endangered species in the world and is the largest soft-shelled turtle in the world.

7. Pygmy Three-toed Sloth – The pygmy three-toed sloth is the smallest of the three-toed sloths. It can only be found on the Isla Escudo de Veraguas. Famous for its slow movements, the pygmy three-toed sloth is ideally suited to life in the mangroves and is surprisingly good at swimming. The major threat to the pygmy three-toed sloth is habitat destruction.

6. Gooty or Metallic Tarantula – This spider is not only beautiful, but it is so rare that the only place it has ever been found is Nandyal-Giddalur road in Andhra Pradesh. That’s right, it’s habitat is a road. It was first discovered in a timber pile in Gooty where it picked up its name. It would be another 100 years until it was discovered again in the wild.

5. Angel Shark – Angel Sharks are interesting creatures and some people might actually confuse them as stingrays because they exhibit the same behavior by burying themselves under the sand which camouflages them from predators. They are a rare and unique species of shark, and when they are swimming you can clearly make out their shark shaped fins which they lay flat when hiding in the sand.

4. Elephant Shrew – This creature can only be found in Africa. And of course, the reason they are called the Elephant Shrew is that of their rather long and flexible noses which look a lot like an elephant’s trunk which they can twist and turn when searching for prey such as insects, earthworms, spiders, insects, centipedes, and millipedes.

3. Ploughshare Tortoise – When it comes to one of the most beautiful looking tortoises in the world, then the Ploughshare Tortoise is probably somewhere high up on that list. The golden-domed ploughshare tortoise lives at a single remote site in Madagascar. But due to illegal poaching, it is the most threatened tortoise on the planet.

2. Snub-Nosed Monkey – The Snub-Nosed Monkey is a very odd looking creature which has an almost alien-like appearance because it looks like its missing its nose. The monkey is mostly black with some white fur on its ear tufts, and their tails are one and a half times as long as their body.

1. Giant Squid – The interesting thing about this creature is that it’s so rare that before it was first seen in 2004 by Japanese scientists, no one thought that the creature even existed. Of course, there are many stories about giant squids attacking ships and boats, but no one had ever seen one in real life.

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Terence Kemp McKenna (November 16, 1946 – April 3, 2000) was an American ethnobotanist, mystic, psychonaut, lecturer, author, and an advocate for the responsible use of naturally occurring psychedelic plants. He spoke and wrote about a variety of subjects, including psychedelic drugs, plant-based entheogens, shamanism, metaphysics, alchemy, language, philosophy, culture, technology, environmentalism, and the theoretical origins of human consciousness.

McKenna formulated a concept about the nature of time based on fractal patterns he claimed to have discovered in the I Ching, which he called novelty theory, proposing this predicted a transition of consciousness in the year 2012. His promotion of novelty theory and its connection to the Maya calendar is credited as one of the factors leading to the widespread beliefs about 2012 eschatology.

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Evolution – The evolution of skin HD

Evolution – The evolution of skin HD
Skin is absolutely amazing, far more complex and versatile than we ever give it credit for. It makes up 16% of your body weight is the largest organ in the human body, allows birds to fly and mammals to nurse their young and provides a lifelong defense against predators and parasites alike.
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The Top 3 Arguments in Favor of Eating Meat

In the past 3 years, the number of Vegans in America has increased from 3 million people to over 20 million! And this phenomenon is not just a trend. Across the world, the number of people identifying as vegan has increased by 300%. The demand for plant based products is skyrocketing. But despite the global movement, there is still much controversy and debate surrounding the topic of veganism. There are many arguments in favor of eating meat, from cultural tradition to natural nutrition, so we’ve decided to take a deeper look at the top 3 most common arguments in favor of eating meat.

Argument 1: Meat is a crucial part of the human diet. Without meat, we miss out on many essential elements of our nutrition.
Argument 2: Eating meat is a natural part of the human diet. We have been doing it for thousands of years.
Argument 3: Eating meat is part of my culture
Despite the rise in plant based diets, about 96% of the world still eats meat. For most, the biggest attachment to meat is that it’s part of their cultural identity. What would thanksgiving be without a Turkey? What would a burger be without beef? Every single country has a menu centered around traditional meat dishes. Recipes that have been passed down through generations might be lost if meat was excluded. For many, giving up meat means sacrificing a piece of their culture. But it’s important to make the distinction between culture and Ethics. Many cultures have had traditions that were not ethical. Slavery was once a cultural norm, but it wasn’t ethical. Human sacrifice, cannibalism, incest and torture were all rituals of the past. Most barbaric traditions have faded away and we are now at a point where people are asking, Is eating meat ethical? Is the taste worth the suffering of an animal? Is it worth the environmental impact?

In order to sustain a meat eater for one year, 3 acres of land are required, about half a million gallons of water are needed and 2.8 tons of carbon are emitted into the atmosphere. On the other hand, a plant based diet only requires ⅙ of an acre per year, ¼ as many gallons of water and the plants actually extract carbon and other pollution from the air! It takes 1,800 gallons of water to produce 1 pound of beef. That’s the equivalent of 6 months of showers! In the United States, 56 million acres of land are used to grow and feed livestock. Only 4 million acres are used for growing plants for us to eat. We are running out of space and resources to supply the demand for meat. if we care about the environment and want to contribute to the wellbeing and sustainability of our precious planet then reducing the amount of meat we consume is critical.

Clarification: Humans were fully evolved before they started eating meat. The oldest modern human fossils date back about 300,000 years. Back then, we ate a diet that consisted of nuts, fruit, roots and other plants. Hunting meat was dangerous, difficult and took a lot of energy. An examination of our anatomy reveals that we are quite different from other animals that eat meat. Our teeth are designed for chewing (not ripping and tearing like a crocodile or shark). So even though we have been eating meat for thousands of years, it did not play a part in human evolution.

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Obvious FRAUDS People Actually FELL FOR

People have fallen for some crazy things but why do they do that? What makes us fall for scams that are obvious frauds? First, people make quick, irrational decisions sometimes and that can have consequences. We make these decisions because we don’t use our heads; instead we use our emotions, which can get the best of us sometimes. Two, we all want to be rich, we do not think rationally. We think that the bargain sounds like a great deal and that we can make a lot of money, so we automatically say yes right away. Lastly, we feel pressured from the person scamming us. They sound like they know their stuff and we don’t want to disappoint them. Basically, it’s in our nature to get scammed and people like to take advantage of that.

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Madagascan Hissing Cockroaches as Pets | Animal Care

Hey guys!

Today I decided to do a video about my very favorite species of Cockroach, the Madagascan Hissing Cockroach.
Although they look large and imposing, they are exceptionally gentle when being handled, and wonderfully fascinating pets to keep and observe.

I hope you learn some new facts and pick up some pointers on their care. I will shortly be uploading a Cockroach Set Up video, where I give a full tutorial on how to set up a truly fabulous cockroach enclosure – and not in your regular, plastic container!

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Animal Room Tour – Venomous Pets! (READ DISCLAIMER!!)

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Here is my very first room tour. I hope you like it!
Don’t confuse this video with an ‘All My Pets’ video, because that video is coming SOON and will feature ALL of my pets which I keep at home.

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Why Cockroaches Are So Hard To Kill

Cockroaches are one of the most widespread and resilient creatures on this planet. They are practically everywhere around us, hiding in the walls, sewers, and perhaps your cupboard. They are also one of the most hated creatures by humans. If you are like most people, you will become determined to kill all of the roaches when you see them in your house. Despite such hatred towards them, how do cockroaches manage to thrive all around the globe?

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You might not want to think about this but over 3,500 species of cockroaches live on this planet.

The good news? Only about 30 of those species have adapted to live around humans.

The bad news? 30 species of cockroaches can live around us!

Roaches are one of the most common pests in the US. So, it’s no surprise that humans are always trying to kill them. But no matter how many times we stomp them, squash them, and bomb them with toxic chemicals, these pesky pests always seem to pop up time and time again. So what’s going on?

Let’s take a closer look at the roach you probably know better than you’d like: Periplaneta Americana. AKA: the American Cockroach.

But this name is misleading. This guy is actually from Africa, not America. It made its way to the US by infesting boats in the 16th century. And has been spreading to almost every corner in the world ever since.

Turns out, it’s one of the largest species of cockroach around. But that’s not the only big thing about it. New research has revealed that it has a massive genome — one of the largest of any studied insect!

And many of these genes are exactly what make this roach a master survivor. Let’s start with its genes associated with something called chemoreception. That’s how roaches smell and taste their environment.

Turns out, they’re actually way better at sniffing out and eating food than most other insects. The American roach has 154 olfactory receptors for smell and 544 gustatory receptors for taste — more than any other insect on the planet!

As a result, these cockroaches are not picky eaters. Sure, they like cheese, meat, and sugar like the rest of us. But they’ll also go for things like cardboard, book bindings, human toenails, rotting meat, blood, excrement, and even each other.

That’s right, these roaches have been known to eat other dead or crippled cockroaches — all in the name of survival. It sounds gross, but this diverse diet makes it easy to find a meal just about anywhere, even if it’s poisonous to most animals.

This roach has a bunch of genes called cytochrome p450s, which help it withstand poisonous chemicals like peppermint. These genes code for detoxification enzymes, which keep the insects safe.

On top of that, this roach has a super-strong immune system that seeks out and kills harmful microbes and fungi, making the most unsanitary environment look like a 5-star hotel to the American cockroach.

Not gross enough, yet? Well consider this: cockroaches can live for nearly a week without their heads.

Yeah, that’s not a myth. They don’t have a highly-pressurized network of blood vessels like humans, so they don’t bleed out. Instead, their necks actually seal off the opening.

They can’t regenerate a whole head, but roaches do have an impressive set of regenerative superpowers. For up to the first two years of its life, the American roach goes through a series of regenerative molts as it matures into an adult. During a single molt stage, it can replace lost limbs. And over a series of molts, it can regrow antennae and even its eyes.

Roaches may be hard to kill, but there’s an easy way to help keep them clear of your kitchen — Cleanliness!

A roach won’t just survive in unsanitary conditions but actually enjoys it. Its heightened senses mean it actually relishes rotting food.

So, store food in airtight containers, cover trash bins, and keep your basement dry. It might also be smart to plug holes in your walls, unused electrical outlets, and especially drains since — get this — roaches can use your plumbing to climb from sewers to your bathroom sink.

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Fast Reptiles in Slow Mo

Gav and Dan are at the Singapore Zoo to see the Mata Mata turtle eat a meal in a split second, the super fast chameleon’s tongue and the Gaboon Viper, one of the fastest-striking snakes in the world.
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3 Ingredient Recipe Hacks — No Time to Cook! || Life After College: Ep. 631

My Favorite Easy Beginner Cooking Recipe Hacks using only 3 Main Ingredients: for students or college graduates who are beginners or can’t cook! (Includes a super good avocado toast, thinly sliced beef and napa cabbage in ponzu sauce, fried hotdog & broccoli, chicken pesto pasta, meat sauce spaghetti, and honey toast). ALSO: Gatsby’s Corgi Girlfriend comes to visit, Churros, Wisdom Tooth Extraction, and More!

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– My favorite Recipes I used to make out of college with no cooking skills
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– Fried sliced hotdogs, steamed broccoli, and rice
– Corgi Playing/Exercising in the park in slomo, and morning routine (coming home and washing the dog)
– Corgi Dog’s Breakfast
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– Shopping at Best Buy
– Craving Churros & Trying Tio Peppe’s Churros
– Funny Corgi Can’t get Past the LoveSac Beanbag chair
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– Chicken Pesto Pasta (use Kirkland Pesto Sauce from Costco, chicken with olive oil, garlic powder, onion powder, salt, pepper, parchment paper in 400 degree oven for 17 min)
– Meat Sauce Spaghetti (Rao’s Homemade Tomato Basil Sauce, Ground Beef, and Spaghetti Noodles — from Costco)
– Honey Toast: Toast, butter, honey, salt
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– Leg Workout Routine at Gym in Rise Above Fitness and Young LA Gear
– Target Shopping Run
– Saltwater Aquarium Update with new Baby Clownfish and Golden Angelfish
– Using Wii Fit Trainer in Smash Ultimate
– Choosing the Winners from the Giveaway in the last vlog (for the 5 year anniversary)

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National Geographic | Endangered Species | BBC Documentary

National Geographic | Endangered Species | BBC Documentary
Endangered species is a species which has been categorized as likely to become extinct. Endangered (EN), as categorized by the International Union for Conservation of Nature (IUCN) Red List, is the second most severe conservation status for wild populations in the IUCN’s schema after Critically Endangered (CR).
In 2012, the IUCN Red List featured 3079 animal and 2655 plant species as endangered (EN) worldwide. The figures for 1998 were, respectively, 1102 and 1197.
Many nations have laws that protect conservation-reliant species: for example, forbidding hunting, restricting land development or creating preserves. Population numbers, trends and species’ conservation status can be found in the lists of organisms by population.
The conservation status of a species indicates the likelihood that it will become extinct. Many factors are considered when assessing the conservation status of a species; e.g., such statistics as the number remaining, the overall increase or decrease in the population over time, breeding success rates, or known threats. The IUCN Red List of Threatened Species is the best-known worldwide conservation status listing and ranking system
Over 40% of the world’s species are estimated to be at risk of extinction.
Internationally, 199 countries have signed an accord to create Biodiversity Action Plans that will protect endangered and other threatened species. In the United States, such plans are usually called Species Recovery Plans.

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Cambodia’s Most Endangered Species.

Episode 14 of Before It’s Too Late looks at some of Cambodia’s most endangered species, the Sun Bear, the Asiatic Black Bear and the Tiger.

All of these are critically endangered.

What is pushing them to the edge of extinction? The illegal live bear trade, radical hunting in a depleting environment and lack of resources are all to blame.

We meet the incredible people and organisations who are dedicated to giving life back to these enchanting creatures… before it’s too late.

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10 Most Dangerous Water Animals In The World
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There are many different types of creatures that live in streams, lakes, seas and oceans. And while many of these creatures are harmless, there are many that are incredibly dangerous if you happen to have an encounter with them.

These dangerous animals lurk beneath the surface of the water in a world vastly different than ours, and must be deadly to survive.
Join us as we take a look at 10 of the most dangerous water creatures.

10. Australian Box Jellyfish – This creature is not one to be messed around with if you happen to swim into a swarm of them. And while they may seem harmless, the Australian box jellyfish is considered to be the most venomous marine animal in the world. They have tentacles that are covered with tiny darts called nematocysts, and they are loaded with poison.

9. Flower Urchin – Beautiful but deadly, these sea urchins are extremely venomous. They look like a bouquet of small flowers; to which they get their name from. They feed on invertebrates, sponges, and dead fish, and have well developed jaws for grinding up their prey.

8. The Saltwater Crocodile – Evolving around 200 million years in the Mesozoic epoch, crocodiles have far outlived the dinosaurs. The Salt water crocodile is the world’s largest reptile, and they have been known to grow up to 27 feet long and weigh 2,465 lbs.

7. Textile Cone Snail – Mother nature teaches us that anything in nature that is beautiful, is most likely deadly, and a warning to predators and humans to not touch or disturb them. This holds true for the Textile Cone Snail.

6. The Sea Snake – These highly venomous marine snakes are closely related and belong to the same family as the cobra. There are two independently evolved groups: the true sea snakes which are related to Australian terrestrial elapids, and the sea kraits which are related to Asian cobras.

5. The Lionfish – Lionfish are skilled hunters, using specialized bilateral swim bladder muscles to provide exquisite control of location in the water column, allowing the fish to alter its center of gravity to better attack prey. The lionfish then spreads its large pectoral fins and swallows its prey in a single motion.

4. The Stingray – Stingrays are a group of rays, which are cartilaginous fish related to sharks, and are one of the oceans deadliest creatures. Most stingrays have one or more barbed stingers on their tails, which are used exclusively for self-defense.

3. Blue-Ringed Octopus – This octopus has some of the most striking colors of any ocean creature. They get their name from the brightly blue colored rings on its body.

2. Needlefish – These strange looking creatures are very slender, and have a single dorsal fin, placed far back on the body. Needlefish are capable of making short jumps out of the water at up to 37 mph. Since Needlefish swim near the surface, they often leap over the decks of shallow boats rather than going around.

1. The Moray Eel – Most attacks stem from disruption of a moray’s burrow to which they react strongly, but an increasing number of accidents also occur during hand feeding of morays by divers, an activity often used by dive companies to attract tourists.

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National Geographic Wild City Of Ants

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BBC Documentary – Living in Nepal #Nomad

BBC Documentary – Living in Nepal
In this first episode, Kate travels to south west Nepal in search of the country’s last community of nomads, the Raute people. Almost all of the Raute population has already settled in Nepal and India – just one group of 140 people remain living as nomads. These hunter-gatherers still move camp every few weeks through the steeply wooded hills and mountains in one of the poorest countries on the planet. Life for this last Raute group is increasingly tough, as they face pressure to settle from Nepal’s government and hostility from the farmers on whose land they camp.

The Raute are famously private, and it proves a difficult task for Kate to get to know them. At the beginning they are wary, only engaging with her to ask for money. With perseverance and a rather unlikely rendition of Old MacDonald, Kate is slowly accepted into this tightly knit and proud community. But it’s a demanding and emotional journey as she witnesses them move ever further from their ancient traditions and encounters first hand the hostility that the Raute face from mainstream Nepali society. As she helps them move camp twice, bearing heavy loads up punishingly steep hills, she comes face to face – and almost fist to fist – with the conflicts and contradictions facing Nepal’s last nomads.

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Animal Odd Couples [Full Documentary] | Wild Things

Biologist Liz Bonnin explores why some of the most bizarre and surprising animals pair up with each other and with us. She scours the globe in search of the most extraordinary and cute animal relationships, investigating why such odd couples sometimes form. From dogs mothering baby tigers and polar bears befriending huskies, to buffaloes bonding with grown men and lions behaving like our brothers.

Liz will discover how oxytocin, the love hormone, plays a vital part in bringing the oddest animals together. The biological need to mother can shake up the natural order to such an extent that we see cats mothering ducklings and deer adopting dogs as their own young. There’s even the rhino and the sheep that love spending time with each other so much that they become ill if they are separated.

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Endangered Species: Worth Saving from Extinction?

Species are going extinct at crazy high rates. Does it matter?

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What does it mean when a species goes extinct?
A species goes extinct when there are no longer any more of that species left on earth. That species is gone forever aka extinct.

What is the 6th mass extinction?
Throughout earth’s history there have been five major mass extinction events– where a large percentage of species died out. Scientists estimate that we are in the middle of the 6th mass extinction event right now, where species are dying out at 1,000 to 10,000 times baseline extinction rates.

Why should we care if a species goes extinct?
Moral and ethical arguments to try to prevent species extinction include reasons like all life has a right to be here, or that we owe it to our grandchildren to protect species so they can see them in the wild. Species also impact the ecosystems they are a part of; plants and animals depend on each other in an ecosystem for things like food and shelter, so if one species dies out, then that could affect other species in an ecosystem. For example sea otters live in kelp forests and eat sea urchins, and when they were hunted almost to extinction the sea urchin population increased and ate all the kelp– destroying the kelp forest habitat.

What are ecosystem services?
Ecosystem services are the collective benefits we get from ecosystems. Ecosystems provide us with a lot of great things like natural resources and water, and are home to living things we depend on– like insects that pollinate our crops and decomposers that get rid of our waste. Ecosystems are healthiest when they are the most biodiverse.


Future threats to biodiversity and pathways to their prevention (Nature)https://www.nature.com/articles/nature22900
The Biodiversity of species and their rates of extinction, distribution, and protection (Science)

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The Extinction Crisis (Center for Biological Diversity):

What is the point of saving endangered species? (BBC)

Sea Turtles Might Be Threatened, But So Are Their Hunters (National Geographic)

Threats and Knowledge Gaps of for ecosystem services provided by kelp forests: a northeast Atlantic perspective (Ecology and Evolution)

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Cattle Ranching in the Amazon (Yale School of Forestry)

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Why Only 9 Countries Have Nuclear Weapons (feat. It’s OK to be Smart!)

What are the rules that govern who has nukes and who doesn’t?

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North Korea has been making headlines recently, mostly due to its nuclear weapons. In early January, the country’s leader, Kim Jong-un, boasted of his ability to reach the U.S. with nuclear-armed missiles. Then in March — in an apparent 180 — he told South Korean officials that he would be willing to negotiate with the U.S. to completely denuclearize.

What are the rules that govern who has nukes and who doesn’t? And why do some countries maintain huge nuclear arsenals, while many other countries don’t have any nukes? Joe Hanson of It’s OK to Be Smart joins Myles to investigate.

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When were nuclear weapons first developed?

In 1945, on a summer night in the desert of New Mexico, the USA tested the world’s first atomic bomb. It took some of the brightest scientists of the day — and over 22 billion dollars in today’s money — to make it happen.

How do nuclear weapons work?

Nuclear weapons create massive explosions by altering atoms. These nuclear reactions, as they’re called, come in two forms. With fission, 1 atom is split into 2 new atoms. The two bombs the US dropped on Japan in WWII were fission bombs — they killed more than 200,000 people. Fusion, on the other hand, combines 2 atoms into 1. These hydrogen or thermonuclear bombs have the potential to be a THOUSAND TIMES more powerful than fission bombs.

Are there any rules governing which countries can have nuclear weapons and which can’t?

In 1968, the Treaty on the Non-Proliferation of Nuclear Weapons was introduced for countries to sign. By doing so, countries with nuclear weapons agreed to take steps to get rid of them. Countries without nukes agreed not to pursue developing or maintaining nukes of their own. Every country has signed the treaty, with a few notable exceptions — India, Pakistan, and Israel. North Korea did sign, but withdrew in 2003. All four of them went on to develop their own nuclear weapons.

What is nuclear deterrence?

Nuclear deterrence is the theory that what makes nuclear weapons so useful is not using them in war. Instead,, nuclear weapons are intended to deter other states from attacking with their nuclear weapons, through the promise of retaliation.

Treaty on the Non-Proliferation of Nuclear Weapons

The Calculus of Nuclear Deterrence

The Myth of Nuclear Deterrence

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Timeline of the Nuclear Nonproliferation Treaty

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Can You Win an Argument with a Conspiracy Theorist?

Why do some people believe in conspiracy theories? Can you change their minds?

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The Earth is flat. We never landed on the moon. Tupac is alive and well, living in Cuba and still releasing music to this day. Conspiracy theories are all over the internet. Why do some people believe in conspiracy theories, and can you change the mind of someone who believes in one?

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Conspiracy theories are nothing new, but with the internet and the rise of social media, conspiracy theories are getting in front of a lot of eyeballs. After the Sandy Hook school shooting in late 2012, a term that started on underground blogs went mainstream — CRISIS ACTORS. Conspiracy theorists like Alex Jones started pushing a narrative that the school shooting never happened, and that that the victims weren’t students but instead were paid actors.

Sometimes, conspiracy theories can spill out into the real world and do actual damage — like when a man armed with a rifle entered a Washington DC-area pizzeria, convinced that the restaurant was involved in a sex trafficking operation masterminded by Hillary Clinton. He didn’t find anything but a bunch of now-freaked-out people eating pizza.

But have you ever sat down and tried to argue with someone who believes in a conspiracy theory? Can you change a conspiracy theorist’s mind?

What is a conspiracy theory?
A conspiracy theory is a belief that an organization is working in secret to achieve some sinister goal.

Are conspiracy theories always false?
Not always. They usually are false, but they can be true. For example, back in the 1950’s and 60’s, there was a conspiracy theory claiming that the CIA was using U.S. citizens to conduct secret mind control experiments. Surprisingly, that theory turned out to be true. The project was called MK Ultra, and it was indeed an experiment run by the CIA. Congressional testimony in the late 1970’s showed that it was real and did, in fact, happen.

What is illusory pattern perception?
Illusory pattern perception is when your brain perceives a pattern when one doesn’t actually exist. Humans are primed to see patterns, so this actually happens more often than you probably realize.

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Lacking control increases illusory pattern perception

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The Sixth Extinction

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Is Your Fleece Jacket Polluting The Oceans?

New research shines the spotlight on a new plastic pollution menace — microfibers.

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By 2050, the World Economic Forum predicts that the amount of plastic in the oceans will outweigh ALL the fish. When you hear “plastic” pollution, you might picture six-pack rings wrapped around seagulls or beaches littered with plastic bottles. But now, researchers are discovering a new menace — microfibers. They’re tiny strands of synthetic fibers.

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Microfibers are a type of plastic pollution known as microplastics. Microplastics are teeny tiny bits of plastic that are smaller than 5 mm — which is about the size of a grain of rice. They typically come from larger pieces of plastic that have been broken down over time, or from plastic microbeads found in exfoliating face washes.

Most microfiber pollution comes from the synthetic clothing that many of us LOVE to wear — think fleece jackets and yoga pants. But this comfort and fashion has a cost. Each time synthetic fabrics are washed, those tiny microfibers shed. Washing a typical polyester fleece can release thousands of microfibers that can travel from the washing machine to the local water treatment plant, where they can slip by filters and enter rivers, lakes, and oceans. And from there, fish and other marine life are eating the microfibers, which may leach harmful toxins.

Microfiber research is pretty new. It didn’t really start until 2011. But since then, researchers have been finding microfibers EVERYWHERE. They’ve been found in tap water in dozens of countries, including the U.S. A German study found microfibers in all 24 beer brands they tested. Researchers in Paris even discovered microfibers falling from the air, meaning we could be BREATHING them in on a daily basis.

What are microplastics?
Small plastic pieces less than five millimeters long which can be harmful to our ocean and aquatic life.

What is plastic made of?
Plastics are made from oil. Oil is a carbon-rich raw material, and plastics are large carbon-containing compounds. They’re large molecules called polymers, which are composed of repeating units of shorter carbon-containing compounds called monomers.

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German beer contaminated with microfibers

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Microfibers in the air in Paris

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Top 10 Extinct Animals Being Brought Back To Life

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Everything has its time – as the old saying goes. Throughout the Earths history, species have come and species have gone. For the first time though, humans have reached a point where they may be able to bring back some species from the grave. Some people argue this is a bad idea, others can’t wait to see it happen – either way, it seems like its going to become a reality in the not too distant future. My name is Danny Burke, this is the Top 10 Extinct Animals Being Brought Back To Life.

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The Infamous Lion Pack – Wildlife Animal

The lion (Panthera leo) is a species in the family Felidae; it is a muscular, deep-chested cat with a short, rounded head, a reduced neck and round ears, and a hairy tuft at the end of its tail. The lion is sexually dimorphic; males are larger than females with a typical weight range of 150 to 250 kg (330 to 550 lb) for the former and 120 to 182 kg (265 to 400 lb) for the latter. Male lions have a prominent mane, which is the most recognisable feature of the species. A lion pride consists of a few adult males, related females and cubs. Groups of female lions typically hunt together, preying mostly on large ungulates. The species is an apex and keystone predator, although they scavenge when opportunities occur. Some lions have been known to hunt humans, although the species typically does not.

Typically, the lion inhabits grasslands and savannas but is absent in dense forests. It is usually more diurnal than other big cats, but when persecuted it adapts to being active at night and at twilight. In the Pleistocene, the lion ranged throughout Eurasia, Africa and the Americas from the Yukon to Peru but today it has been reduced to fragmented populations in Sub-Saharan Africa and one critically endangered population in western India. It has been listed as Vulnerable on the IUCN Red List since 1996 because populations in African countries have declined by about 43% since the early 1990s. Lion populations are untenable outside designated protected areas. Although the cause of the decline is not fully understood, habitat loss and conflicts with humans are the greatest causes for concern.

One of the most widely recognised animal symbols in human culture, the lion has been extensively depicted in sculptures and paintings, on national flags, and in contemporary films and literature. Lions have been kept in menageries since the time of the Roman Empire and have been a key species sought for exhibition in zoological gardens across the world since the late 18th century. Cultural depictions of lions were prominent in the Upper Paleolithic period; carvings and paintings from the Lascaux and Chauvet Caves in France have been dated to 17,000 years ago, and depictions have occurred in virtually all ancient and medieval cultures that coincided with the lion’s former and current ranges.

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Predators vs predators vs prey

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Millions of years ago, the area was a massive freshwater lake, but today the Okavango Delta is a unique system of islands and waterways. Such a remarkable kingdom needs a ruler. Enter the lion. However, the Okavango is so extreme, that making it here has involved them making a dramatic lifestyle twist: during the wet season these lions live a semi-aquatic life that sees them hunting prey as they move from island to island.
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Losing His Wife, Male Lions Fight With Crocodiles To Rescue Him Successfully

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