1. The Planets

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    My second motion media project at SCAD Savannah Music by: Pogo

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    • HOW TO FOUND AN ANT COLONY

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      A step-by-step guide for the newly-mated ant queen. Produced by WONDER science tv in collaboration with entomologist Brittany Enzmann at UCLA. Music, Sky Safari courtesy of KrOn.

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      • Hall of Science - Whitman College

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        A student led virtual tour of the Hall of Science at Whitman College in Walla Walla, WA.

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        • Braintrust: What Neuroscience Tells Us about Morality, Patricia S. Churchland, Author on Camera

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          from Princeton University Press Added

          What is morality? Where does it come from? And why do most of us heed its call most of the time? In Braintrust, neurophilosophy pioneer Patricia Churchland argues that morality originates in the biology of the brain. She describes the "neurobiological platform of bonding" that, modified by evolutionary pressures and cultural values, has led to human styles of moral behavior. The result is a provocative genealogy of morals that asks us to reevaluate the priority given to religion, absolute rules, and pure reason in accounting for the basis of morality. Moral values, Churchland argues, are rooted in a behavior common to all mammals--the caring for offspring. The evolved structure, processes, and chemistry of the brain incline humans to strive not only for self-preservation but for the well-being of allied selves--first offspring, then mates, kin, and so on, in wider and wider "caring" circles. Separation and exclusion cause pain, and the company of loved ones causes pleasure; responding to feelings of social pain and pleasure, brains adjust their circuitry to local customs. In this way, caring is apportioned, conscience molded, and moral intuitions instilled. A key part of the story is oxytocin, an ancient body-and-brain molecule that, by decreasing the stress response, allows humans to develop the trust in one another necessary for the development of close-knit ties, social institutions, and morality. A major new account of what really makes us moral, Braintrust challenges us to reconsider the origins of some of our most cherished values

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          • Aujourd'hui - Teaser

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            "Aujourd'hui" is a short movie about videos, words, yesterday and tomorrow. Coming soon.

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            • Your Event at OMSI

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              Planning an event? OMSI is an iconic landmark along Portland's waterfront, and it's all yours. Learn how you can book meetings, events, receptions, and other events at http://omsi.edu/private-events

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              • 4 Things I Wish You Knew About God Part 4 - It's Easy To Believe In God

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                In the final part of 4 Things I Wish You Knew About God, we take a look at scripture and science to see where God is in both of these things, and in light of this, the best way to share the gospel with others.

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                • Science Is Everything! - EPISODE 03 - Immortality

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                  from Dominic Burgess Added 13 1 0

                  Fictional scientist Jeremy Bumble dreams of the day when mankind can break the shackles of the ageing process so that he can once againe feel the silky-smooth skin of his younger self. But could it ever happen? He explains why a special jellyfish called 'turritopsis dohrnii', coupled with process called 'transdifferentiation', shows that immortality is possible - sort of. Go science! Jeremy Bumble - Dominic Burgess Writer / Director - Dominic Burgess Producer - Dominic Burgess Editing / VFX / Music - Dominic Burgess Camera / Sound / Lighting - Elliot Smith Assistant Producer / Runner - Amy Mathieson Special Thanks to - Richard Hunter, Jamie Maule-ffinch, Luke Roulstone, Phillippa Burgess, Stuart Mckechnie, Laura Mckechnie, UCL, Imperial College, Fabrics Galore, Vega Electronics

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                  • Episode 86 - The Pharmacology of Morality

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                    In this week’s episode Jesse takes a deep dive with Dr. Molly Crockett in to the world of enhancing morality through pharmacological interventions.

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                    • Episode 85 - Abelard Lindsay and the Story of Mitogen

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                      from Smart Drug Smarts Added

                      Jesse and long-time biohacker and self-professed nootropics geek Abelard Lindsay take a look at how the recently launched Mitogen stack was born.

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