Creepy Japanese Crawling Robot
A performance artist from Japan has built a weird crawling robot that looks like an elderly businessman.(1:36)
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Empires: The Way of the Samurai - Episode 1 of 3
Tokugawa Ieyasu unifies Japan and establishes a dynasty that will rule Japan for over 250 years.
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Mount Fuji in Japan from different angles. The still images are accompanied by music. (02:10)
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The Pacific War- Iwo Jima Clip (in color)
This documentary includes rare color footage of the U.S. Marines in action in the Pacific during World War II. For years the world has watched films of World War II in black and white. Now for the first time, follow alongside those who experienced the war first hand in this remarkable and moving portrait revealing never-before-seen footage shot in full color. On December 7, 1941, Japan launched its attack on Pearl Harbor resulting in the United States being thrust full force into World War II --
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Amazing Abacus Math Video
This film clip takes you inside a classroom in Tokyo, Japan where beginning students are using abacuses to learn computation.  By the end they are going very quickly and even manipluating imaginary beads in the air to solve their problems. NOTE: The teacher talks about hitting his students (1:57)

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Eastern Orthodox Church around the World
Eastern Orthodox Church around the World - ORTHODOXY AROUND THE WORLD. THE ANCIENT ORTHODOX CHURCH PRESERVED UP TO MODERN TIMES. ORTHODOX CHURCHES IN BETHLEHEM, JERUSALEM, GALILEE, MOUNT SINAI, CAPPADOCIA, ESTONIA, CONGO, KENYA, CAIRO, JAPAN, CHINA, KYRGISTAN, KOREA, GREECE, MOUNT ATHOS, ROMANIA, SWEDEN, GERMANY, BULGARIA, FRANCE, ENGLAND, ITALY, CZECHOSLOVAKIA, NORWAY, TRANSYLVANIA, THE UNITED STATES, CANADA, ANTARCTICA, POLAND, SOUTH AMERICA, MOLDOVA, AUSTRALIA, SERBIA, GEORGIA, RUSSIA, AND MO
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Golden Gate Bridge
California Travel Tips host Veronica Hill takes a closer look at the Golden Gate Bridge, one of the top San Francisco attractions.  The Golden Gate Bridge is a six-lane bridge, it is about 1.7 miles from beginning to end with a 4,200 foot suspension span. It takes about an hour to walk across.  The Golden Gate Bridge's history dates back to its proposal in 1916. Construction began in 1933, and $35 million later the bridge officially opened to tr
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Also sprach Zarathustra by Richard Strauss (Part 1)
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The Aftermath of World War II
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Brooklyn Botanical Garden: Growing Chilies
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Connections Across the Land
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Purdue professor wins Nobel Prize in chemistry
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Puzzle of the Bones
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Next Generation Solar Cells: Lowering Costs, Improving Performance and Scale
According to Tonio Buonassisi, we’re “on the cusp” of achieving a competitive technology for capturing the limitless energy of the sun. Buonassisi, in conversation with an MIT Museum audience, describes how, with the work of MIT and other researchers, photovoltaics may finally be coming into its own.

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