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The Pangaea Pop-up - Michael Molina
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The supercontinent Pangaea, with its connected South America and Africa, broke apart 200 million years ago. But the continents haven't stopped shifting -- the tectonic plates beneath our feet (in Earth's two top layers, the lithosphere and the asthenosphere) are still traveling at about the rate your fingernails grow. Michael Molina discusses the catalysts and consequences of continental drift. View full lesson »
Why is glass transparent? - Mark Miodownik
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If you look through your glasses, binoculars or a window, you see the world on the other side. How is it that something so solid can be so invisible? Mark Miodownik melts the scientific secret behind amorphous solids. View full lesson »
How one teenager unearthed baseball's untold history -
Teenager Cam Perron loved baseball, so he began writing letters to the veteran players on his baseball cards. He only wanted autographs, but eventually acquired something even richer: the often unsung history of the Negro leagues. After hearing the stories, Cam took it upon himself to help former Negro leaguers get the recognition, reimbursement and reconnection to the game that they deserved. View full lesson »Featured User FlipHow to clone a sheep View full lesson »Featured Blog PostFrom Pangaea to pop-up: Behind the scenes of a TED-Ed LessonTED-Ed CommunityWho is your biggest hero? Who do you want to emulate most in your classroom?
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