Youtube videos on ipod

Youtube is a great website for entertaining content. See how you can transfer those wacky videos to your Ipod!

Youtube videos on ipod

Youtube videos on ipod
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Youtube is a great website for entertaining content. See how you can transfer those wacky videos to your Ipod!

The Robots Are Coming

The Robots Are Coming
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As we celebrate innovation during National Robotics Week, Science Channel explores the different roles robots could play in the future.

Origins of HIV

Origins of HIV
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HIV is believed to have jumped from monkeys to humans as long ago as the 1880s. Is it possible that monkeys are still spreading the virus to humans today?

Reality Mining

Reality Mining
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If you use a cell phone, your every move can be tracked. See how that information can be collected using a process called "reality mining."

Heart Surgery in 3D

Heart Surgery in 3D
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Powerful medical imaging is being combined with biorobotics to revolutionize the way cardiac surgery is performed.

3D Printing

3D Printing
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Additive manufacturing works a lot like todays laser printers. But instead of sending a document to print, imagine sending an entire object!

Paralyzed No More

Paralyzed No More
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Check out this incredible invention that allows the paralyzed and disabled to walk on their own two feet again.

Mechanical Mind Reader

Mechanical Mind Reader
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See the remarkable BCI (Brain-Computer Interface) technology that can read any human brain and take action according to one's internal thoughts.

Driverless Car

Driverless Car
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Think the future of the automobile is about engines or fuel sources? Think again! Here's the real question: Who - or what - actually drives it?

Brave New World Preview

Brave New World Preview
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Science is on the brink of changing your life. Our team of scientists have chosen the discoveries they think matter most to show that science is a force for good. Stephen Hawking's Brave New World premieres Wednesday, May 2 at 10PM on SCIENCE.

Ethanol Sports Car

Ethanol Sports Car
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Shaun takes a spin in an ethanol-fueled sports car.

Veggie Oil Van

Veggie Oil Van
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Shaun Murphy and crew drive across Texas in a peanut oil-fueled van.

Iowa Corn

Iowa Corn
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Miss Iowa lectures Shaun on her state's agricultural output.

Fueling Up

Fueling Up
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Shaun visits the Tall Corn ethanol plant in Iowa.

Runnin' on Empty

Runnin' on Empty
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Shaun's running low on ethanol for his eco scooter.

Gnasher

Gnasher
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Cheshire, UK: During the coldest winter in decades, the Gnasher is desperately needed when the rock salt supply runs low.

Goliath

Goliath
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Goliath is one of the largest mining machines in the world, as tall as an 18-story building. It can move a swimming-pool-size chunk of earth in one bite. Want to go for a ride?

Bringing Down Goliath

Bringing Down Goliath
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It's dentistry in motion when Goliath's teeth become dull and can no longer scoop earth. When a problem arises, the crew quickly jumps into action. Can they repair Goliath in time to make the daily quota?

Ice Hammer

Ice Hammer
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An amphibious ice breaker forged from steel. If you roll this thing over you'll end up in Davy Jones' locker. How does it stay afloat? Tune in to find out.

Big Beluga

Big Beluga
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Named after the whale, this super transporter can the equivalent of nine U.S. humvees. But this airborne freight train isn't just a toy, it takes skill and concentration, and one small miscalculation can mean catastrophe.

Blade

Blade
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Civilization's number one work horse, Blade, takes loads further and higher than any other chopper around!

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