Michael Cremo: “Forbidden Archaeology” | Talks at Google

MALE SPEAKER: Thanks to all of you for coming to this talk by Michael Cremo on forbidden archaeology here at Google. So when was the last time somebody questioned evolution? Do you know? In your experience, any numbers? I'm just trying to say how often it happens, somebody questioning such a major theory as evolution. Any guess? I mean, before the talk. Sorry? AUDIENCE: It happens all the time in the US. MALE SPEAKER: OK. That's good. That's good that people are aware of that debate. Some people don't even know that it's a theory and know it's being debated, […]

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BREAKING: Earthquakes Hit Northern California.

Breaking earthquakes hit NorthernCalifornia minor earthquakes have hit Northern California just days after thelargest quake in decades hit Mexico from aunt Beatrice six minor earthquakesrattled elements of the South Bay on Thursday in step with the us GeologicalSociety and three of them had been powerful enough to be felt throughout the region thefirst two greater quakes came about inside a two-hour span within the morning and athird about 6:20 p.M. The 1/3 temblor a magnitude three factor three wasSenator about two miles north of the East San Jose foothills the USGS saidthe first quake a magnitude three factor three befell […]

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I am AI Docuseries, Episode 1: AI with the Heart of a Composer – Aiva

Every movie lover knows that music adds a wider, important dimension to the story on the screen. For me as a cinema, film music is one of the most important elements. It is not easy to find or compose the right music. But a company is trying to change this with the help of KI. I am Arjun Dutt at NVIDIA and you see "I Am AI". For me as a composer, it is nothing worse than a writing block. Here we have developed an algorithm that can compose many music in a very short time. That way we can […]

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Sunny Steps & the Volcano | The Squad (Fortnite Animation)

– Hey, you guys ever notice how every episode just starts with us running and finding something? – Hold that thought, Tanner! I think I found something. – [Calamity] A cannon? – Well get in, big guy. (fuse hissing) What? Who put Fish Stick in charge of the matches? – Woohoo! – This is it, guys. The treasure we've been searching for all these years. – Oops! Ouch, aw! Sorry! – Hey, wow, check it out, skins! – Look at all this treasure! We just became the richest people in the world! – Good idea, Fish Stick, let's keep moving. […]

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Volcano Web Shorts: Photogrammetry

my name is Anja Dieffenbach I'm a geologist with the US Geological Survey cascades Volcano Observatory photogrammetry is a technique by which you can make measurements from photographs why use photogrammetry to study volcanic eruptions we use equipment like this that is very standard just a handheld digital camera and flying in an airplane or a helicopter we take snapshots that look like this from all around the volcano we put these into a computer software program and add a bunch of points to represent the surface of the dome those points get tied together to make a digital model […]

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Oppo Reno Teardown! – How does a Pivot Camera Work?!

A portion of contemporary video is sponsored byLastPass. Today we will be taking apart the OppoReno- the one with the little triangular motorized pop up digicam within the high. And we’re going to see how it rather worksfrom the inside. Big thanks to LastPass for sponsoring thisvideo. LastPass is a fully free app that takesaway the trouble of remembering your whole passwords. It generates tremendous lengthy comfortable passwords andauto-fills the person name and password for any app or internet site you wish to have to consult with, so youdon’t have got to write down, don’t forget, or keep resetting your […]

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Research Impact at the University of Leicester

bacteria are becoming increasingly resistant to antibiotics what we're trying to do is work out how we can actually remove disease in animals and prevent infection in humans atrial fibrillation to calmness heart rhythm disturbance that receive in clinical practice every day so in the UK we are talking about over a million people mitochondria are defective in Parkinson's disease brains and re-energizing mitochondria in Drosophila brains restores neuronal health the heis program is tackling the problem with out of hospital cardiac arrest making sure that members of the public know how to respond back it pork bag nutty grab […]

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Neighborhoods damaged in Puerto Rico earthquakes

One person was once killed 9 others were damage hundreds and hundreds of families at the moment are building makeshift shelters external fearing one more quake their homes left in ruins new successes he Castro is live in Wanaka Puerto Rico tonight and as he just a couple hours ago you felt a kind of aftershocks that’s right Lisa we were simply well I used to be in the automobile engaged on our experiences for this afternoon when instantly I felt the vehicle shaked back and forth and i appeared external our photographer Kellen Harrell used to be like yup […]

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DNN Training: Build your AI innovations ever faster and simpler

Hi, Peter from GIGABYTE. A popular method to develop AI, deep learning uses big data to generate algorithms based on neural networks which are similar to the basic structure of brain. Data scientists will apply continuous iterations of prediction and feedback to the algorithm with data that has a known result the larger and better labeled the dataset, the more accurate the algorithm will become this is known as training. This algorithm will then be applied to new, unlabeled data to make a prediction this is known as inferencing. Interactive feedback based on if the prediction was correct will be […]

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These Scientists Chase Volcanic Eruptions Because We’re So Bad at Predicting Them

The obvious danger, when you're working on a volcano, is dying. We know that at any point things could go south in a bad, bad way. We take respirators to deal with poisonous gases, we take hard hats to deal with small ejecta from the volcano …but there's only so much you can prepare. When I've stood at the rim of an active volcano, I feel like I'm getting a window inside the heart of our planet. It's like looking into something from another world. That is when you can get really great data about the chemistry of the lava, […]

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