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What you don't know about marriage | Jenna McCarthy

In this funny, casual talk from TEDx, writer Jenna McCarthy shares surprising research on how marriages (especially happy marriages) really work. One tip: Do not try to win an Oscar for best actress.

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16 Unbelievably Beautiful Abandoned Places

Have you ever explored an abandoned place? We have gathered a list of 16 unbelievable abandoned places you will be sure to visit!

16 Most beautiful Abandoned Places

10 - Not something from a Sci Fi movie…
This was actually the HQ for the Communist Party in Bulgaria. It looks like a giant flying saucer, and was created by the communist regime as a meeting place. It was active from 1981 to 1991, and then fell into disrepair when the fall of the Soviet Union took place. Apparently they are looking into restoring it.

9 - Old places have soul…
And this exquisite abandoned railway station oozes soul. Its location is the former Russian territory known as Abkhazia. It was deserted in the 90’s, more than likely due to blockades imposed by Russia. This type of architecture is known as Stalinist Gothic or Socialist Classicism.

8 - Only memories left behind...
This is the Gouqi Island, which forms part of a group of nearly 400 islands called the Shengsi Islands in China. At one stage it was a super busy fishing village, but with the developments of secondary and tertiary industries, many of these little fishing villages didn’t last too much longer, and people left seeking work elsewhere.

7 - Hauntingly Beautiful…
Sadly, the stories of what went on inside the Beelitz -Heilstaten hospital are not as hauntingly beautiful as some of the architecture seen in this building. This hospital once had Hitler recovering there for a bit. It saw thousands of TB patients heading through the doors, had murders take place inside, accidental deaths and I’m sure many other atrocities.
The Sanatorium is in Brandenburg in Germany, and sees many people breaking in just to capture some of the beauty that the actual building hosts.

6 - A romantic tale…
There doesn’t seem to be an exact story as to how the Chatillon Car Graveyard in Belgium came into being, but it’s a breathtaking sight. The cars are surrounded by plants and branches and vines are growing through the vehicles. Reporters say the cars were left in haste, but the romanticized story attached to them is that the cars belonged to US Soldiers, who left them behind when the war finished and they returned home.

5 - Going back in time…
This makes me feel like I am right there at this blade mill in France. Not much is given about this exact blade mill, but the sharpening of blades, scythes, sickles, knives and swords took place there. Apparently many grinders died very young due to grinders disease, which is a lung disease more than likely from inhaling the dust when the grinding took place.

4 - No trespassing allowed…
It’s all because of one brave girl that we have access to these beautiful images of an abandoned rocket factory in Russia. We only know her as Lana, and she broke into the factory, situated just outside Moscow. As you can imagine, Russian authorities weren’t happy at all, and even posted threatening letters on her website. So a big thank you Lana, for showing us what it looks like on the inside!

3 - A personal journey…
This 27-meter-deep well is found in Sintra and is known as the Initiation Well. It’s meant to be lead one on a journey of self-discovery and rebirth. You’re either going into the darkness or coming out into the light. Also could be deemed as death and birth.
It was owned by a well-known freemason, who used the wells (there are 2 of them) for ceremonial purposes. They were never used to draw water, and every part of the wells is symbolic in some way.

2 - Ghost Town…
Or rather Ghost Subway… this is stunning, the City Hall Subway Station in New York, and was supposed to the showpiece when it came to subway stations. However, a mere 41 years after opening – it was actually closed down. For some reason, traffic at that station saw a rapid decline, and then with the onset of the Great Depression and then WW2, the station wasn’t used at all… so it was shut down. It received landmark status in 1979, and there plans in the pipeline a few years ago to bring it back to life.

1 - History created…
This breathtaking Crystal Mill is from 1892, and is actually a decompressor station. Constructed in 1893, it was used as a power plant. This Mill is said to be one of the most photographed sites in Colorado in the US, and has a place on the National Register of Historic Places.
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What is 6÷2(1+2) = ? The Correct Answer Explained

What is 6÷2(1+2) = ? This problem went viral and generated millions of comments on Facebook, Twitter, YouTube and social media sites. I explain how to get the correct answer by using the modern interpretation of the order of operations. I also explain how you would get a different answer under historical usage of the division symbol.

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De alguma forma, querendo ou não, o tema de existir, ou somente de procurar por outra forma de vida pelo universo, é algo extremamente intrigante e que passa pela cabeça de todos.

Existe uma certa lógica por trás de tudo isso, com um universo tão grande, beirando o infinito, com trilhões de galáxias e tudo mais, com certeza existe alguma vida inteligente por aí em algum canto desse universo.

Ah, antes que eu me esqueça, nesse vídeo aqui, vida quer dizer, vida inteligente, avançada, assim como a nossa ou mais ainda.

Para se tentar sair do simples achismo, duas coisas importante aconteceram com a busca de vida no universo.

Uma delas foi nos anos 1950 quando o físico Enrico Fermi criou o que chamamos de paradoxo de Fermi, cuja a ideia é a seguinte, dado o tamanho do universo, a idade do universo, a quantidade de estrelas, alguma civilização avançada que exista no universo, já deveria ter entrado em contato com a humanidade, no entanto sabemos que isso ainda não aconteceu, então, veio a pergunta que marca o paradoxo, Onde estão todas as civilizações inteligente?

Para dar um caráter analítico para o Paradoxo de Fermi em 1961, o astrônomo Frank Drake formulou a famosa Equação de Drake, onde se tenta estimar o número de civilizaçòes inteligentes que existem no universo.

Na equação, a letra N, o que se procura, seria o número de vicilizações dentro da Via Láctea capazes de emitir um sinal eletromagnético detectável, e esse número é determinado por uma série de outros fatores .

A equação é criticada por muitos adorada por tantos outros, mas se você pensar de um certo modo ela é uma tentaiva de organizar a nossa ignorância sobre a existência de vida no universo.

Muitos já tentaram resolver a equação, dando número exatos para cada parâmetros, ou dando estimativas para cada um dos parâmetros.

Algumas soluções indicam que possa sim haver outras civilizações no universo, enquanto outros pesquisadores afirmam que estamos sozinhos.

Dessa vez três físicos resolveram juntar o paradoxo de Fermi, a equação de Drake, modelagens estatísticas, incertezas e com tudo isso tentaram chegar a um valor para N.

A abordagem adotada por eles foi totalmente nova, eles usaram o que chamamos de distribuição de probabilidade para cada um dos parâmetros da equação.

A distribuição de probabilidades reflete muito bem o nosso atual entendimento científico.

O que eles descobriram é que o grau de incerteza seria muito elevado, com muitas ordens de grandeza.

Com isso, quando eles atualizam os valores na luz da observação de Fermi, eles descobrem uma grande probabilidade de nós estamos sozinhos não só na nossa galáxia mas também no universo observável.

A resposta para o Fermi, de acordo com esses físicos, Onde estão todos eles?

Provavelmente extremamente longe de nós e bem possivelmente além do horizonte cosmológico, e jamais serão alcançados.

Essa é uma tentativa de tentar resolver a equação do ponto de vista estatístico, não quer dizer que está totalmente certo, é isso e pronto.

Na verdade, qualquer um pode pegar a equação e tentar resolver ela de alguma maneira cientifciamente embasada, de modo que possa obter outra resposta.

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ESS3C - Human Impacts on Earth Systems

In this video Paul Andersen explains how humans are impacting the Earth through farming, mining, pollution and climate change. According to the NGSS wise management can reduce impacts on the planet. This will become more important as developing countries start consuming more resources. A K-12 teaching progression is also included.

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Can You Solve The Viral 9 = 72 Puzzle? The Correct Answer Explained

This problem has been shared millions of times on Twitter/Facebook with the claim 99% fail to solve it and that only a genius could find the correct answer. If 9 = 72, 8 = 56, 7 = 42, 6 = 30, 5 = 20, then 3 = ? In this video I explain what many people believe to be the correct answer. I also show how this answer is logical for other patterns seen in the puzzle.

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The Indus Valley Civilization (IVC)

The Indus Valley Civilization (IVC) was a Bronze Age civilization (3300--1300 BCE; mature period 2600--1900 BCE) extending from what today is northeast Afghanistan to Pakistan and northwest India (see map).[1] Along with Ancient Egypt and Mesopotamia it was one of three early civilizations of the Old World, and of the three the most widespread.[2] It flourished in the basins of the Indus River, one of the major rivers of Asia, and the Ghaggar-Hakra River, which once coursed through northwest India and eastern Pakistan.[3]
At its peak, the Indus Civilization may have had a population of over five million. Inhabitants of the ancient Indus river valley developed new techniques in handicraft (carnelian products, seal carving) and metallurgy (copper, bronze, lead, and tin). The Indus cities are noted for their urban planning, baked brick houses, elaborate drainage systems, water supply systems, and clusters of large non-residential buildings.[4]
The Indus Valley Civilization is also known as the Harappan Civilization, after Harappa, the first of its sites to be excavated in the 1920s, in what was then the Punjab province of British India, and now is Pakistan.[5] The discovery of Harappa, and soon afterwards, Mohenjo-Daro, was the culmination of work beginning in 1861 with the founding of the Archaeological Survey of India in the British Raj.[6] Excavation of Harappan sites has been ongoing since 1920, with important breakthroughs occurring as recently as 1999.[7] There were earlier and later cultures, often called Early Harappan and Late Harappan, in the same area of the Harappan Civilization. The Harappan civilization is sometimes called the Mature Harappan culture to distinguish it from these cultures. Until 1999, over 1,056 cities and settlements had been found, of which 96 have been excavated,[8] mainly in the general region of the Indus and Ghaggar-Hakra Rivers and their tributaries. Among the settlements were the major urban centres of Harappa, Mohenjo-daro (UNESCO World Heritage Site), Dholavira, Ganeriwala in Cholistan and Rakhigarhi.[9]
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Lothal (Gujarati: લોથલ IPA: [loˑt̪ʰəl]) is one of the most prominent cities of the ancient Indus valley civilisation. Located in Bhāl region of the modern state of Gujarāt and dating from 2400 BCE. Discovered in 1954, Lothal was excavated from 13 February 1955 to 19 May 1960 by the Archaeological Survey of India (ASI), the official Indian government agency for the preservation of ancient monuments. Lothal's dock—the world's earliest known, connected the city to an ancient course of the Sabarmati river on the trade route between Harappan cities in Sindh and the peninsula of Saurashtra when the surrounding Kutch desert of today was a part of the Arabian Sea. It was a vital and thriving trade centre in ancient times, with its trade of beads, gems and valuable ornaments reaching the far corners of West Asia and Africa. The techniques and tools they pioneered for bead-making and in metallurgy have stood the test of time for over 4000 years.[1]

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YouTube Algorithm Questions Explained by YouTube Employees (Part 3)

We're back with part 3 of our interview with YouTube Product Manager, Todd, on search and discovery.

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Small YouTuber problems, such as finding small youtuber opportunities, collaborations and more. That's what this small youtuber video is about. If you're wondering how to grow a YouTube channel in 2017. Then you'll want to leverage the small YouTuber tag, it's a great way to get more views on youtube fast.

All big YouTubers began as small youtubers and many have experienced the struggle of trying to grow. However, it can be done and in this video I share how I grew my channel to 9,000 YouTube subscribers in 11 months and how you can too. The Small YouTuber tag is a great example of finding opportunity and taking advantage of it. Small youtuber opportunities do exist, it's simply a matter of doing the work. That is uploading the videos to make it happen. Each and every small youtubers channel has the same exact opportunity that the big YouTubers of today had.

Another great small YouTuber opportunity is do find a YouTube partner to do a small youtubers collab with. Not only can a collab get you more subscribers and help your channel grow. It can also be fun and that is so incredibly important!

Small youtubers struggles are real, it's a long and hard journey. However, if you plan for bumps along the way, you can succeed on YouTube. This video is filled with small youtubers tips that you can use. These tips worked for me and they can work for you. Cheers my find, I believe in you.

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The texts of the world's major religions have impact throughout all of human experience. Join professors from across Harvard as they discuss those texts during an event coinciding with the launch of HDS's new online course, World Religions Through Their Scriptures.

The course is Harvard Divinity School's second massive open online course offered through the edX platform. Led by HDS Senior Lecturer Diane Moore, director of the Religious Literacy Project, the course will be taught by six faculty members and launched March 1, 2016.

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How to learn to code (quickly and easily!)

Ex-Google tech lead Patrick Shyu explains how to learn to code quickly and easily, with this one weird trick! It's so simple with this 1-step program!

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In this video i show you 10 amazing magic tricks that everyone can do at home, i edited this video in Adobe After Effects with rendered resolution is 1920x1080 is playable full HD at over 30 fps, For me this is just perfect.
Recorded with Sony A6300
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