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    National Geographic HD

    National Geographic HD Videos

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    Discovery Channel HD

    HD Videos from Discovery Channel Shows including Discovery Channel News

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    Freakonomics Radio

    Freakonomics and SuperFreakonomics, by Steven Levitt and Stephen Dubner, are groundbreaking books that explore "the hidden side of everything." Now there's a Freakonomics podcast, hosted by Dubner.

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    Hubblecast HD

    The latest news about astronomy, space, and the NASA/ESA Hubble Space Telescope presented in High Definition format Have you ever wondered why some telescopes are launched into space while others are built on remote mountain tops? What is actually the best for astronomy? Here we provide a ringside view of the fight for the elusive photons from deep space - is it a battle of the telescope giants?

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    Nature Podcast

    Nature Podcast - the world's best science and medicine on your desktop

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    Living The Smarter Science of Slim with Jonathan Bailor and Carrie Brown

    The Smarter Science of Slim Story – Since the 1970’s we have been told that eating less and exercising more is healthy and leads to lasting weight loss. Since then obesity, diabetes, and other diet related diseases have risen to epidemic levels, overtaken tobacco as leading cause of death in the United States, and account for over $190 billion a year in health-care spending. Consistent with these trends, but in sharp contrast to what the food, fitness, and pharmaceutical industries tell us, Jonathan Bailor’s new book The Smarter Science of Slim, the single largest scientific analysis of health and fitness ever conducted, proves that eating less and exercising more harms our health and leads to fat gain 95.4 percent of the time.   The Smarter Science of Slim simplifies the analysis of over 1,100 scientific studies to bridge the gap between the scientific world and the everyday world, dispel the myths and marketing that have fueled the current health care crisis, and provide a proven lifestyle for lasting wellness by focusing on quality of food and exercise and then eating more and exercising less – but smarter. The Smarter Science of Slim is endorsed by the world-wide scientific community including top doctors at the Harvard Medical School, John Hopkins, and UCLA, and approved as curriculum for registered dieticians (RDs) by the Academy of Nutrition and Dietetics.   “We all know what the typical approach leads to,” remarked Bailor who is confident that the last forty years of research from the most brilliant medical minds around the world prove that we can use this atypical “eat more, exercise less—but smarter” approach to generate atypical results: improved health and reduced obesity and diet-related disease rates.    While working as a personal trainer Bailor experienced firsthand how ineffective traditional approaches to health and fitness were. While his clients would achieve the results they wanted as long as they trained for an unsustainable amount of time with Bailor, without constant coaxing to “eat less and exercise more,” they would inevitably harm their health and gain back more weight than they lost. The disappointing long-term results he was delivering to his clients made Bailor determined to find a more sustainable approach.   About Jonathan Bailor – Jonathan Bailor has a proven track record and a passion for solving tough problems. He is an accomplished public speaker with a knack for entertaining while he educates. Bailor speaks to and consults with Fortune 50 companies and has done so for the past decade. As an entrepreneur, Bailor has started successful businesses, authored the critically acclaimed book “The Smarter Science of Slim,” produced a promotional magazine, helped develop a radio show, holds more than 20 U.S. Patents and invented the marque feature in Microsoft Office 2010.

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    NASA 360

    Join hosts Johnny Alonso and Jennifer Pulley as they take a 360-degree look at NASA technology and life on Earth. How has NASA changed our lives? Tune in and find out!

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    Google Tech Talks

    "Google TechTalks are designed to disseminate a wide spectrum of views on topics ranging from Current Affairs, Science, Engineering, Humanities, Business, Law, Entertainment, Medicine, and the Arts." This channel uses a Google Video search RSS feed, sorted by date to ensure that you receive all the latest information. Please note that the submitter of this channel is not associated with Google; this channel merely links to content they have made available, for your convenience.

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    NASA's Chandra X-ray Observatory Podcasts

    NASA's Chandra X-ray Observatory, in orbit since 1999, studies the high-energy Universe, where black holes, exploding stars, and mysterious matter hold sway.

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    Buck Rogers

    A 20th century astronaut emerges out of 500 years of suspended animation into a future time where Earth is threatened by alien invaders.

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    Inspired by the real-life forensic anthropologist and best-selling novelist Kathy Reichs, Bones is a darkly amusing investigative drama centered on Dr. Temperance Brennan, a forensic anthropologist who writes novels on the side. She and FBI Special Agent Seelely Booth take on murder cases that defy the standard methods of identifying a body, requiring Brennan to use her uncanny ability to read clues in victims' bones.

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    Big Ideas for a Small Planet

    Addressing some of the most important issues facing humanity, this original documentary series from Sundance Channel focuses on environmental topics with interviews with forward-thinking designers and features on green products and alternative ideas that may transform our everyday lives.

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    Babylon 5

    Politics, diplomacy and conflict converge at the Babylon 5 space station from which the popular science fiction television series centers.

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    Cleopatra 2525

    Cleopatra awakens from a cryogenic deep freeze after more than five centuries.

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    The Dresden Files

    A Chicago-based wizard works as a private investigator.