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Deflation or Revolution? (w/ Jeff Booth)

Deflation or Revolution? (w/ Jeff Booth)

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MAX WIETHE: It’s not a short term, a switch to– you acknowledge that a short term switch to solar could cause inflation in certain areas, but over the long run, these trends are inherently deflationary and that will win out over time. It’s not that this is some short term thing that deflation is on […]

Inappropriate Children’s Books

Inappropriate Children’s Books

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If a peacock finds a pot leaf Yes, that’s a peacock with a marijuana leaf in its mouth and guess what this is also a children’s book now isnt that great hows it going guys, welcome to reaction time today were gonna be looking at some of the most inappropriate children’s books like this one, […]

Why Do Book Copyright Pages Have 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 Written in Them?

Why Do Book Copyright Pages Have 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 Written in Them?

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The number line, or printer’s key, often seen on the copyright page of books is simply a method of record-keeping that helps identify the book’s printing and, for some, year of printing a specific book, which may or may not be different than the original copyright date listed elsewhere on the page. Common examples of […]

Why Do Pages of Books and Newspapers Turn Yellow Over Time?

Why Do Pages of Books and Newspapers Turn Yellow Over Time?

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It is generally thought that paper was invented around 100 BC in China. Originally made from wet hemp that was, then, beaten to a pulp, tree bark, bamboo, and other plant fibers were eventually used. Paper soon spread across Asia, first only being used for official and important documents, but as the process became more […]

Top 10 Stranger Things Facts

Top 10 Stranger Things Facts

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[intro music] [typewriter keys clacking] You love it. We love it. But how much do you really know about this fabulous throwback to 1980s sci fi, fantasy, and horror? Welcome to watchmojo.com and today we’re counting down our picks for the top 10 Stranger Things facts. [in video] Who is this? What have you done […]

The Fermi Paradox — Where Are All The Aliens? (1/2)

The Fermi Paradox — Where Are All The Aliens? (1/2)

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Are we the only living things in the entire universe? The observable universe is about 90 billion light years in diameter. There are at least one hundred billion galaxies, each with one hundred to one thousand billion stars. Recently, we’ve learned that planets are very common too. And, there are probably trillions and trillions of […]

Most Inappropriate Children Coloring Book Drawings!

Most Inappropriate Children Coloring Book Drawings!

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It’s Curious George, one of my favorite animated characters of my childhood. Well, how can this possibly be wrong okay? All right, what is this? What is this… Oh!! Ok I see it. I see you guys see it. This is gonna be an interesting video Zip what are you zipping up there mister? I’m […]

Maguma (+ Making of a KAIJU PROFILE)【wikizilla.org】

Maguma (+ Making of a KAIJU PROFILE)【wikizilla.org】

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Hey kaiju fans, I’m The Boy Who Cried Godzilla, and today we’ll be covering the Antarctic Monster, Maguma! …and afterwards, when this profile ends at around the 7-minute mark, we’re giving you a look behind-the-scenes at what goes into making a kaiju profile, in celebration of 100,000 subs. So stick around for that if you’re […]

The Founder Of Hershey’s Booked A VIP Ticket On The Titanic

The Founder Of Hershey’s Booked A VIP Ticket On The Titanic

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The Titanic, the unsinkable ship, launched on April 10, 1912, carrying some 2,200 passengers and crew en route to the United States. On the night of April 14, 1912, the ship hit an iceberg and sunk, resulting in around just 700 people surviving—only a third of the people on board. However, there were a few […]

A Lesson in Failure: The Rise of the Mars Candy Company

A Lesson in Failure: The Rise of the Mars Candy Company

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A Lesson in Failure: The Rise of the Mars Candy Company The legendary Roald Dahl’s book Charlie & Chocolate Factory from 1964 (and its subsequent two film adaptations from 1971 and 2005) told the story of a magical candy factory and its eccentric and mysterious owner Willy Wonka. A chocolate river, gum that is a […]