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It’s Okay to Be Smart

Electric Buzzaloo: How Bees See the Invisible

Video duration: 2:52

Bees are amazing social insects, and their relationship with flowers is one of nature's coolest examples of "mutualism". It got me wondering: How do bees see the world? Enjoy this look at how bees see in ultraviolet and even sense electric fields!

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Video thumbnail: It’s Okay to Be Smart What If There Were No Sharks?

It’s Okay to Be Smart

What If There Were No Sharks?

Sharks are WAY more important than you may realize.

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What If There Were No Sharks?

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Video thumbnail: It’s Okay to Be Smart The Oldest Living Things In The World

It’s Okay to Be Smart

The Oldest Living Things In The World

For some forms of live, old-age is relative.

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The Oldest Living Things In The World

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Video thumbnail: It’s Okay to Be Smart Sunburn, Sweat and the Science of Summer!

It’s Okay to Be Smart

Sunburn, Sweat and the Science of Summer!

A summertime look at why we sweat, why we burn, and why our fingers wrinkle in the pool

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Sunburn, Sweat and the Science of Summer!

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Video thumbnail: It’s Okay to Be Smart The Sun Is A Magnet!

It’s Okay to Be Smart

The Sun Is A Magnet!

Sunspots, solar flares, coronal mass ejections, OH MY!

1:36

The Sun Is A Magnet!

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