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7/16 Gasoline Prices Around The World On July 11, From Most To Least Expensive – As you can see the prices in the US are not so bad compared to Europe. Can your students explain why some prices are so low? @Digg

7/16 Excerpt from Wonder: Childhood and the Lifelong Love of Science – Frank Keil on Wonder, Childhood and Lifelong Learning – @tvanderark @Getting_Smart

7/15 Can Reengineered Aluminum Help Fill the Demand for Copper? As the world converts to electric vehicles and renewable energy, molecular tweaks to aluminum could improve its conductivity. @GregoryJBarber @WIRED

7/15 3,000 Calorie Meal Plan for Muscle Building – Training hard but not gaining muscle? Maybe you aren’t eating enough! Use this 3000-calorie eating plan to get your gains back on track. @fitness_volt

7/13 The Summer’s Best Read Is About AI, Surveillance, and Tiny Aliens – Ever wish George Saunders tried his hand at crime fiction? Try David Musgrave’s imaginative debut novel, Lambda. @Knibbs @WIRED

7/13 Should I Go Abroad for My Undergraduate Studies? This article explains what factors you need to consider to make your region choices for your undergraduate studies. @RamyaModukuri @NamitaMehta5 @TRPMumbai

7/12 That Weird Smell in Your House Might Be Mold. Here’s How to Check. Wet conditions and climate change mean the risk of spores is higher than ever. Here’s how to know if you need an assessment and what you should expect. @cmmilberger @WIRED

7/12 Everything You Ever Wanted to Know About Yogurt – One of the world’s most recognizable dairy products, yogurt is a living, versatile symbol of human innovation. @Eater

7/12 NASA unveals the first picture taken by the WEBB Telescope. Check this site after 10:30 EST today (7/12/2022) to see more of the first images. @NASAWebb @NASA

7/11 Is Cheese Harmful or Healthy? Compared to What? What about the studies that show cheese has neutral or positive health effects? @NF_Espanol

7/11 Minnesota Nursing Homes Introduces Robot Caregivers. A Minnesota nursing home has begun using two AI-powered robots as care assistants for those with dementia or early-stage Alzheimer’s. @EricHSchwartz @VoicebotAI

7/10 Emergency Responder And Veteran Explains How To Respond During An Active Shooting. This is advice we all should know and it only takes three minutes. @genpelak

7/8 Building Artemis: Inside NASA’s Enormous Moon Rocket Factory – For 50 years, humans haven’t traveled more than a few hundred miles above Earth. Now, NASA’s plan to return to the moon is kicking into high gear. @reillystyley @CNET

7/7 Schools should offer at least ‘one hour of music a week’ – new music education plan revealed. The UK government’s Department for Education has published its new national plan for music education in England. How does your school match up? @sophiassocials

7/7 Sharing Music Rescued My Relationship With My Teenager If your aren’t listening to your kids music your are missing the boat. Your kids can keep you hip. @WIRED

7/6 Which type of milk is best for you? If you go to the store in search of milk, there are a dizzying number of products to choose from. @TED_ED @WellnessSure1

7/6 Visualizing the Speed of Light and Speed of Sound – Here are some everyday examples of where the discrepancy between these two speeds are visible. Animations Xplaned

7/5 The Best Drones for Every Budget – Whether you want to battle Star Wars spaceships or shoot a cinematic masterpiece, one of these picks is going to be perfect for you. @WIRED

7/5 The Race to Build Wind Farms That Float on the Open Sea – There’s huge potential to generate renewable energy far out in the ocean. But designing turbines that can survive rough waters isn’t exactly a breeze. @chrisbaraniuk @WIRED

7/5 Water Intake Calculator – The water intake calculator can help you determine your ideal daily water consumption. @fitness_volt

7/4 Off the shelf, above the fight: How cheap drones are completely changing warfare. Ukraine is showing a paradigm shift. Units no longer need to rely on large platforms and layers of command and control that delay the use of drones on the battlefield. @TaskandPurpose

7/4 Why studying abroad is worth it for you – Are you in two minds about going abroad for your education or staying home? If you answered a yes to even one of these questions, this log is for you. @ReachIvy @_feedspot

7/4 The blind spots of the green energy transition – The world needs clean power, but decarbonization calls for a massive increase in the mining and extraction of minerals like lithium, graphite, and cobalt. @OliviaLazard @TEDTalks

7/3 What is Lightning? – Another Question from My Daughter – The first place to turn to for elementary school level explanations to questions related to earth science is SciShow Kids. @SciShowKids @rmbyrne

7/3 Concrete Is Awful for the Planet. Clever Chemistry Can Help. Without it, our civilization would be nowhere. With it, the Earth is suffering. But what if concrete could be used to store climate-warming carbon? @VinceBeiser @WIRED

7/2 NASA Webb Telescope’s ‘first light’ images nearly bring tears to astronomers’ eyes. The first images will start to come in on July 12th. @Astro_Pam @Bradford_Betz @nypost @FoxNews

7/2 The Best Smart Lighting Panels, LED Strips, and Ambient Lamps – Light up your life with color, find accent lighting to match your mood, and transform the feel of your home with these decorative devices. @IamSimonHill @WIRED

7/1 Get the Best New Nonfiction Books Delivered to Your Door. Join the nonfiction subscription book club curated by Malcolm Gladwell, Adam Grant, Susan Cain, and Daniel Pink. @NextBigIdeaClub @DanielPink @Gladwell @AdamMGrant @susancain

7/1 The World Can’t Wean Itself Off Chinese Lithium. China dominates the global supply chain for lithium-ion batteries. Now rival countries are scrambling for more control over “white oil.” @amitkatwala @WIRED

6/30 Understanding Bernoulli’s Equation – This is a great science lesson for high school on up. You might challenge middle schools students with this. @efficiengineer @CuriosityStream

6/29 SpaceX’s supersized Starship rocket — and the future of galactic exploration
SpaceX’s Starship launch vehicle has the potential to explore the solar system in a bold, new — and supersized — way. @NCBirbhan

6/29 Short Lessons About American Independence Day – Take a look then bookmark these for your U.S. History lessons in the fall. @history_prog @rmbyrne

6/29 The Capstone Launch Will Kick Off NASA’s Artemis Moon Program. The tiny spacecraft is set to explore an orbit for a planned space station that will travel around the moon and serve as a staging point for future missions. @raminskibba @WIRED

6/28 Brain Hacking Strategies: A technique five times more effective at changing others’ behavior – A technique called Motivational Interviewing works 74% of the time, 5 times as often as other techniques investigated. @AcademicBiz @cmdanhoff

6/28 Video editing made simple – Create
videos with a single click. Add subtitles, transcribe audio and more. Try it now, no account required. @veedstudio

6/23 Educators are turning yoga into a vehicle for school and community change. Teacher burnout and the need for SEL and mental health support among students are at all-time highs–but wellness practices can help. @eSN_Laura @eschoolnews

6/23 Supreme Court OKs use of public money for religious education. The court ruled that Maine can’t exclude families in areas without public high schools from using state-provided tuition money for sectarian education. This looks like a good class discussion issue for high school on up. @PeteWilliamsNBC @nbcnews

6/22 These Satellites See Through the Clouds to Track Flooding. Remote sensing systems can struggle to spot high waters, especially in stormy weather or at night. Synthetic aperture radar offers a shot in the dark. @ScolesSarah @WIRED

Two Ways to Make Your Own Wordle-style Games – Strive Math’s new Custom Wordle game creator is a little tool that can be used to create Wordle-style games based on words of any length. @strivemath @rmbyrne

6/22 These Satellites See Through the Clouds to Track Flooding. Remote sensing systems can struggle to spot high waters, especially in stormy weather or at night. Synthetic aperture radar offers a shot in the dark. @ScolesSarah @WIRED

6/21 A floating city in the Maldives begins to take shape. It is not meant as a wild experiment or a futuristic vision: it’s being built as a practical solution to the harsh reality of sea-level rise. If we can’t stop change we must adapt. @nellylew @CNNStyle

6/21 Researching is a sought after skill. Here’s how you can build it. stop to consider whether you are researching in the most efficient manner. As a student, in particular, knowing how to research can be invaluable. Here’s how you can learn. @ReachIvy @_feedspot

6/20 Sommelier André Hueston Mack Explains How To Chill Wine and a Lot More. If you like wine at all this will help you to be less intimidated. @MaisonNoirWines @bonappetit

6/20 Adam Sandler Offers A Dose Of Reality To The Parents Of NYU’s Tisch Graduates In Hilarious Commencement Speech. This is very funny and touching. It’s 16 minutes, but well worth it. (WARNING: One F-Word) @AdamSandler @nyuniversity @NYUTischSchool

6/19 How to take a picture of a black hole – This young female PhD student might be a good role model for other girls interested in science. @klbouman @TEDxBeaconSt

6/19 Book Review: A Citizen’s Guide to Artificial Intelligence – The book’s subject matter is highly relevant and it provokes many probing questions that deserve further consideration on the part of the reader and broader society. @JohnZerilli @JohnDanaher @jamesmaclaurin @ColinGavaghan @internetrights @menoorman

6/19 Short Lessons About the Longest Day of the Year – SciShow Kids offers a nice video that can help K-3 students understand why the length of daylight changes throughout the year. @SciShowKids @rmbyrne

6/18 Here Are Several Guaranteed Ways To Never Feel Tired Again. If your high school starts early you need to read this. @AsapSCIENCE @khalid48771580

6/18 What is inflation? Inflation has a huge impact on our money, and how far it goes. Here’s an overview of what inflation is, how it works and how it impacts you. Kids in middle school on up can handle this. @SaveTheStudent @LB1899 @_feedspot

6/18 How to Work While Going to School – How to Work in College does a good job of trying to help viewers understand the importance of scheduling their time and it provides some tips for blocking distractions when it is time to focus on school work. @TheCrashCourse @rmbyrne

6/18 DEMOGRAPHICSMapped: A Decade of Population Growth and Decline in U.S. Counties. This map, using data from the U.S. Census Bureau, shows a decade of population movement across U.S. counties, painting a detailed picture of U.S. population growth between 2010 and 2020. How is your county doing? @VisualCap @NickRoutley

6/17 List of Good Fats and Oils versus Bad – This is an extended article that will tell you a lot about which fats are better for you. @drcateshanahan

6/17 Unpoppable Bubbles – Another Fun Summer Science Lesson – This short video is about how bubbles are made and propose some ideas for making bubble mixtures to test to see if it is possible to make an unpoppable bubble. @SciShowKids @rmbyrne

6/17 Everything You Need To Know About Solar Tax Credit – Did you know that if half of the roofs in the world were covered in solar panels, we would have enough energy to power the whole world? Instagram renogyofficial

6/16 How playing an instrument benefits your brain – When you listen to music, multiple areas of your brain become engaged and active. But when you actually play an instrument, that activity becomes more like a full-body brain workout. Your students should watch this. @Grace_OT @TED_Ed

6/15 My experience with being a mentor – Take a minute to think about the best mentor you’ve ever had. It could have been a colleague, a parent, your friend, a coach, or your high school teacher. @nidhi_sharma @dundeeuni

6/15 How Lost Hikers Can Send an SOS to Space – The Sarsat satellite system is a kind of celestial lifeguard for explorers, boaters, and aviators who might be in need of search and rescue. @ScolesSarah @WIRED

6/14 What the World’s Largest Organism Reveals About Fires and Forests – In Oregon, the tree-killing Humongous Fungus never would have gotten so large without the accidental help of modern fire suppression tactics. @atlasobscura @ClimateDesk @WIRED

6/14 Money
It turns out money may buy some happiness. It’s clear that at some point each dollar buys a little bit less happiness. @ForecasterEnten

6/14 Why Beethoven is the Greatest of all Time In Under Five minutess Yesterday I posted a similar video about Mozart and the day prior I did the one on Bach. Share with music teachers and students you know. Now it’s time for you and each student/child to choose your favorite. @BBC

6/13 Scientists Discover ‘Superworms’ Eat Plastic, Can Help Tackle Pollution Crisis. Beetle larvae survived on a polystyrene-only diet due to the enzymes in their guts, which may eventually be harnessed in plastic-upcycling bioreactors. @beckyferreira @VICE @motherboard @NYTScience

6/13 Why Mozart is the Greatest of all Time In Under Five Minutes – Yesterday I posted a similar video about Bach. Share with music teachers and students you know. Bach was amazing, but Mozart also wrote 12 operas including some of the best. @BBC

6/11 One of Europe’s ‘largest ever’ predatory dinosaurs discovered in the U.K. The two-legged, crocodile-faced beast known as a spinosaurid lived 125 million years ago. @leila_sackur @unisouthampton

6/11 The Case for Making Classrooms Phone-Free A teacher who once championed phones in the classroom changes his stance. @Mr_Rablin @EdSurge

6/11 Why Bach is the Greatest of all Time in under five minutes – Share with music teachers and students you know and if you have some Bach, dust it off. @BBC

6/10 Five Google Earth Activities to Get Kids Interested in the Outdoors – A new book titled Outdoor Kids in an Inside World Steven Rinella presents a lot of ideas for getting kids interested and involved in learning about nature. @stevenrinella @rmbyrne

6/9 Five Tips to Help You Choose Which University to Go To – First of all, congratulations on getting this far! If you are reading this article, you are likely at a point in your life where you are grappling with how to decide which university is the right one for you. @StudentLifeNet @SophiaDivita

6/9 Pinkcast 4.24. 5 surprising tips for getting the most out of your trip abroad. I travel a lot and do almost all of what Dan suggests. @DanielPink

6/8 Introducing the new MacBook Air, 13‑inch MacBook Pro, iOS 16, iPadOS 16, macOS Ventura, and watchOS 9. This is an introduction of what Apple is up to. There is a new M2 chip and an introduction of what is coming in operating system updates. @Apple

6/7 Why Is Australia 95% Empty? This video has a lot of fascinating information. Comparesons to other countries should help with geographical knowledge kids. @RealLifeLore22

6/7 A lesson about every single element on the periodic table – These short videos are good from upper elementary on uup. Have each student watch there favorite and report to the class. @periodicvideos @BradyHaran @rmbyrne

6/5 MAmerica’s cheapest electric car is a Chevy. Electric cars are expensive—and, for the most part, they’re only getting pricier. There’s one EV model that’s notably bucking the trend. @NicolasFuRivero @qz

6/5 The surprisingly charming science of your gut – Ever wonder how we poop? Learn about the gut — the system where digestion (and a whole lot more) happens. @giulia_enders @TED_Talks

6/3 What would happen if you didn’t drink water? Water is essentially everywhere in our world, and the average human is composed of between 55 and 60% water. So what role does water play in our bodies, and how much do we actually need to drink to stay healthy? @TED_ED @byeolbeats @DBG_Bishop

6/3 Fixed VS. Growth: How Your Mindset Dictates Your Success – How important is our mindset? Can it determine our success? Well, it depends on what kind of mindset you have. Also, see my summary of Carol Dweck’s Mindset. @business_essay_

6/2 Is It Safe To Eat Moldy Food? Adam Ragusea explains what to do, and not do, when you and your kids see mold appearing on food in your home. @aragusea @MNDaniels24 @FetchRewards

6/2 At 1.1 quintillion operations per second the US has world’s fastest supercomputer. With speed of 1.1 exaflop/s, DOE system at Oak Ridge lab leads Top 500 list. @jbrodkin @ArsTechnica

6/2 Here’s How Germany Is Light Years Ahead Of Everyone Else In Plastic Recycling. At this time most of the plastic you put out for recycling is either burned or put in a landfill. This video offers hope for more real recycling. @RessourcenBaWue

5/31 Benefits of Turmeric for Arsenic Exposure – I put some tumeric in my morning glass of V8. You can also get tumeric pills at your local drug store. @nutrition_facts

5/31 How Burned Out Are You? A Scale For Teachers – A four-stage framework can help teachers understand the burnout process—and what they can do to protect their well-being and career. @TLCeducate @edutopia

5/31 The Best & Worst Cities For Equal Pay In America – If you know any women thinking of relocating, share this with them. Scroll down to find a list of the 100 largest metro areas. @PhxValleyGirl @goodhiretweets

5/30 Why Can’t We Make New Stradivari Violins? This is a great mystery. Share with music lovers you know. @SciShow @cometeer

5/30 Are Plant Proteins Really Worse Than Animal Proteins? If you are thinking about going vegan like me you should watch this. @Picture_Fit

5/30 Total Global Exports By the American States In 2021, Visualized – You can also see the kind of things we export and which countries they go to. @tilpa

5/30 What can and can’t be recycled – While the specifics of recycling vary around the globe, there are some common rules – and pervasive myths. Here’s everything you ever wanted to know about it. @williamhpark @BBC_Future

5/26 How does fracking work? – Mia Nacamulli – This six-minute video should work from upper elementary on up. THis is a technology all students should know about. @TED_Ed @ProjectRemixxx @tinoseeber

5/26 Investing in artificial intelligence (AI): A beginner’s guide – As AI continues to disrupt how we live and work, how can investors put money to work in this advanced technology that is quickly reshaping society? @GiovannyMoreano @Genpact @Bankrate

5/25 Futuristic Belgian F2000 Rifles Have Been Spotted In Ukrainian Hands. It can fire tear gas canisters for peace-keeping operations, or can be equipped with 40mm FN EGLM grenade launchers and a proprietary computerized fire control system for more lethality. @emmakrh @thewarzonewire @thedrive

5/25 Don’t Trust The Headlines Making Huge Health Claims About a Single Food. Here’s Why. Foods are never consumed in isolation and it is incredibly difficult to take this apart in such studies. @ggkuhnle @ecologistmills @JSpencerSRSCMAT @ConversationUS @ScienceAlert

5/25 Tom Scott Reveals The Eye-Popping Technology That Simulates Hundreds Of Thousands Of Vehicles Driving On A Road. Tom visits a pavement fatigue carousel and gets a fascinating behind-the-scenes look at how roads are tested for heavy traffic levels. @tomscott @IDay2020

5/24 Guy Straps A GoPro On His Turtle. The Perspective It Yields Is Amazing. I bet your kids could have some fun
with a Go Pro Camera. @kevinlangella

5/24 Automated Research Workflows Are Speeding Pace of Scientific Discovery; New Report Offers Recommendations to Advance Their Development. @theNASEM

5/24 Randomized Controlled Trials of Beans – Do legumes—beans, chickpeas, split peas, and lentils—work only to prevent disease, or can they help treat and reverse it as well? I eat a lot of beans. They are good for you and inexpensive. Add spices and they also taste great. @nutrition_facts

5/24 Four Reasons We Don’t Have Flying Cars—Yet – The technological hurdles facing the development of aircraft for urban mobility systems like UberAIR are massive, but not insurmountable. @EricAdams321 @WIRED
5/20 Why do blood types matter? This TED Ed animation is good for middle school on up. @Buttrflyfreedom @TED_ED

5/20 Taylor Swift Tells NYU Graduates To Stop Worrying And Accept ‘Being Cringe’ In Inspiring Commencement Speech. If you any kids who are Taylor Swift fans share this. It’s 26 minutes, but it contains some good advice. @taylorswift13 @livenowfox @nyuniversity

5/20 Your Car’s Emergency Kit – How many of these essentials can you and your kids find in your car? MATT JANCER @WEIRED

5/19 Sharks Use the Earth’s Magnetic Field Like a Compass. Biologists have long believed that these animals rely on magnetic sensing to migrate across oceans. Someone finally figured out how to prove it. @atsaraharrison @WIRED

5/19 An Interactive Map of the Roman Empire – On ORBIS students can calculate the distance and travel times between hundreds of settlements in the Roman Empire. @rmbyrne @Stanford

5/18 <Is Eating Organic Food Healthier? Here’s What The Science Says. – This would be good video to show from upper elementary on up. @Kurz_Gesagt @skillsharednd

5/18 <Tom Scott Helps Reintroduce A Species Of Geese To The Wild By Flying With Them. Tom Scott meets up with Christian Moullec who is helping geese with their migration with this cool ultralight aircraft. This is also a good French lesson as the pilot does most of the narration in French with English subtitles. @tomscott @Christianmoull1

5/18 <Drones Are Turning Into Personal Flying Machines. We were promised jetpacks that never arrived. But you know what’s finally here? Big, honking drones you can ride on. Got yours yet? @pomeranian99 @WIRED
5/17 You’ve Been Storing Herbs Wrong Your Entire Life. Anyone who cooks can learn a lot in less that three minutes. @TestKitchen @AcornTV @subzerowolf

5/17 The Ultimate List Of The Best Summer Jobs For Students – Having a summer job is an excellent opportunity to get some new and valuable real work experience on your CV. The employment market is so competitive that any form of work experience can be the differentiating factor between you and the next candidate. Some jobs allow you to work for yourself. @TweetHFS @_feedspot

5/16 Cholesterol Pills (Statins) are Probably Really Bad for Your Brain. Every medication has side effects. I can’t say this article is factual, but it makes sense. @drcateshanahan

5/16 Anti-Inflammatory Effects of Guacamole – High-fat plant foods—avocados, peanuts, and walnuts—and olive oil are put to the test. @nutrition_facts

5/15 How Water Towers Work – The job of finding enough water, making it safe to use, and then reliably distributing it to the system customers with almost no downtime is a monumental task that requires a lot of infrastructures. This is a great science lesson. @BOMBAS @PracticalEngin2

<5/14 a href="https://bit.ly/3svZAFE">Why Is The Turkish Bayraktar TB2 Drone So Effective? This is pretty low tech compared to US drones, but it is very effective. @Blue_Sauron @ELINTNews

5/14 – This uses an immersion blender but you could use a kitchen-top blender. I have a Blendtec. Be sure to involve your kids if you have any at home. @EthanChleb

5/13 5 Reasons if You Try to Fight an F-35 You’re Basically Dead This is a fun 10-minute video that shows how the US has developed an amazing fighter jet that it sells for a profit ot our allies. @usmmil

5/13 Want to Grow Your Own Food? Try a Hydroponic Garden. Today’s home kits are stylish, smart, and easier to use than ever. Here’s how to get started. I’m doing this to some extent. It’s lots of fun and no doubt good for kids. @witchpagnspirit

5/13 What Should the Webb Teloscope Look at First? Share this with your students, especially your female students as the presenter is a peppy woman. @drbecky_

5/12 Mapped: Beer Consumption in the U.S. – When stacked up next to other alcoholic beverages, beer is America’s preferred drink of choice, closely followed by wine and spirits. In fact, it is the fifth most-consumed drink overall in the country, behind coffee, water, soft drinks, and tea. You can roll over this map for details about each state. @VisualCap Victor Dépré

5/12 China developed a drone swarm that can fly effortlessly through an entire forest. Be sure to watch the short video. It’s insane. @AmeyaPaleja @IntEngineering

5/12 Are Electric Cars Worse For The Environment? This seems like a fair comparison. Essentially, it depends where you get your electricity from. @jasonfenske13

5/11 The Code Breaker: Jennifer Doudna, Gene Editing, and the Future of the Human Race – I’ve listened to this book and I highly recommend it. @DoudnaJennifer @WalterIsaacson @Tulane @simonschuster

5/10 The benefits of a bilingual brain – Educator Mia Nacamulli details the three types of bilingual brains and shows how knowing more than one language keeps your brain healthy, complex and actively engaged. @PenPenChen @TED_ED

5/10 Watch TED-Ed videos – Here are 16 educational videos that teachers of many subjects can use. They are about four minutes long and have subtitles in man languages. Language learners can also run them a half-speed with subtitles. @TED_ED

5/9 Bach vs AI: spot the difference – Many people are using AI to create original mush. Starting with Bach makes sense. @theoae

5/8 Want Students to Become Better Problem Solvers? Then Teach Them to Fly Planes and Drones. 9th graders will learn the principles of flying airplanes and drones; tackle mathematical and engineering analyses around concepts such as torque, force, weight, distance, and altitude. You may need a subscription for this. It’s worth it. @kbushweller @EducationWeek

5/8 Simple Strategies to Avoid Tech Exhaustion – Incorporating too many tech tools too fast can be disastrous—but there are ways to get the most out of tech without becoming overwhelmed. @Prof_F_Henshaw @edutopia

5/8 Lottery and Child Support by Countries – Facts & Stats 2022 – See which countries use lottery money to support education. I see lotteries as a tax on the poor. What do you and your kids think? @passittobulis @TextsLottery

5/7 This Simple Tip Will Help Reduce The Rot In Your Fridge. This looks like really good idea that is easy to implement. @nutrition

5/7 Which comes first: happiness or success? High negative feelings interfere with good performance, and high optimism predicts a greater odds of superior work performance. @StephanieVozza @FastCompany

5/7 This Surprisingly Compelling Argument About Why Our Planet Is Not Doomed By Climate Change Will Give You Hope For A Better Tomorrow. This is good for upper elementary on up. @Kurz_Gesagt

5/6 We found a one-star review for ramen lasagna, so we made it. If you know someone who eats a lot of ramen. please share. @sun4lower

5/5 Solving the Tricky Challenges of Robotic Pizza-Making A new technique could enable a robot to manipulate squishy objects like pizza dough or soft materials like clothing. @aczewe @SciTechDaily1 @MIT

5/5 Common Misconceptions About Dyslexia – Dismantling tenacious myths about dyslexia—and drawing on evidence-based practices when teaching—can make a powerful difference for students with the condition. @borywrites @edutopia

5/4 What does the James Webb Use to See the Universe? This is 14 minutes long and kind of neerdy, buy it will be interesting to astronomy buffs. There is also an ad early on that you can skip. @curiousdroid

5/4 How to study for tests: The perfect 5-step study plan – How to study for tests is the second most searched term on my website. First place is how to take notes. @KatieHabits

5/3 The Countries In The World Where Home Prices Have Grown The Most From 1982 To 2022, Visualized – This is fun to watch. Many Western European countries are featured here. @JamesEagle17

5/3 A Day In The Life Of Tim Cook (Apple’s CEO) – This is a good video for leaders to watch. @tim_cook @Apple

4/29 How to quickly create narrated videos to share with students, colleagues, and families – Ready to take your video creation to the next level? If you’re looking for a way to add your voice to videos you create for students, it might be easier than you think. @narakeet @ClassTechTips

4/28 Seven ocean mysteries scientists haven’t solved yet – And the adventures scientists go on to better understand our enigmatic seas. @B_resnick @voxdotcom

4/28 Top Seven Amazing Helicopters of the U.S. Military – As someone trained as a combat medic in the Vietnam era I got some rides on these vehicles. They were very cool. @usmmil

4/27 How much does an electric car actually cost? They cost more initially, but over time you should save money if you can afford it in the beginning. Also, full tax credits aren’t available to about half of Americans. @shannonosaka @heypenner @grist

4/26 How To Make The Best Yogurt You’ve Ever Had – This a fun experiment you can do with your kids at home. @TestKitchen @lan_cooks

4/25 Optical Illusion Personality Test Reveals the True You. The video associated with this article contains many more similar personality tests. Have fun.. @bright_side_me @leanne_hall1 @youthinsearch @TheSun @nypost

4/25 Joystick-operated robot could help surgeons treat stroke remotely. The system could provide teleoperated endovascular treatment to patients during the critical time window after a stroke begins. @sefira @MIT

4/24 The master’s degrees that give the biggest salary boost—up to 87% more money – Students should probably know this before they pick there undergraduate major. @AbigailJHess @CNBCMakeIt

4/24 Elon Musk talks about Twitter, Tesla, and how his brain works — live at TED2022 – This is a 55-minute interview, but it’s worth it. This guy probably has a better view of the future than we do. @elonmusk @TEDTalks @TEDchris

4/24 Drones Have Transformed Blood Delivery in Rwanda. The autonomous aircraft have shuttled blood to rural, mountainous areas for years. A new analysis proves they’re faster than driving. @laxmevy @WIRED

4/24 Your bad attitude about aging could add 7.5 years to your life. In the new book “Breaking the Age Code: How Your Beliefs About Aging Determine How Long & Well You Live,” Becca Levy draws on decades of research and interviews to show how positive age beliefs are key to enjoying our golden years — and maintaining our health. @BeccaLevyPhD @haleyslone @TheShineApp

4/22 Self-starting siphons – This is a cool science lesson for upper elementary on up. Have your kids build one using only flexi straws. @CuriosityShow

4/22 The Best Bike Accessories – Here is everything you need to turn your two-wheeler into a killer commuter, errand bike, or freedom machine. Like me, I suspect a lot of my readers are bikers. I used it to commute when I was principal. @WURED

4/21 How Trusses Work! If your kids are interested in building think, this guy’s videos will help. @PaulKassabian

4/21 Pinkcast 4.23. This is how to replace your to-do list with something way better. ALso be sure to read my summary of The Power of Regret: How Looking Backward Moves Us Forward by Daniel Pink @DanielPink

4/21 The role of technology in personalized learning – Today’s technology has merely added the fuel personalized learning needed to move into the mainstream. @K12DiveNews

4/20 For mRNA, Covid Vaccines Are Just the Beginning. With clinical vaccine trials for everything from HIV to Zika, messenger RNA could transform medicine—or widen health care inequalities. @amitkatwala @WIRED

4/20 Top 10 Skills of 2025: What They Mean For Facilitators and Learners – Can you and your students guess what they are? @ajjuliani

4/17 A Harvard nutritionist shares the No. 1 food she eats every morning to help her brain ‘stay sharp’ and ‘age well.’ I eat this food every morning as well and am very healthy. @DrUmaNaidoo @CNBCMakeIt

4/17 Watch Benjamin Franklin – All five hours are available to watch here. @KenBurns @PBS

4/17 Top Three Positive News Stories, APRIL 2022/a> – If the news you are watching makes you angry, stop watching it and subscribe to @ernest6words YouTube account. Share with your frients.

4/17 Spin Launch Technology 4K Animation That Could Beat SpaceX One Day This machine uses a large centrifuge to launch a rocket that turns on a second stage engine after the original launch. @spinlaunch @CommunitySpacex

4/16 Why Are There UPPERCASE and lowercase Letters? This is a good history lesson for upper elementary on up. @HarrisonHolt2

4/16 How To Make Restaurant-Style Roasted Vegetables At Home – Here’s why the roasted vegetables you eat in the restaurant always taste better than the home-cooked ones — and how to fix that. This may help your family eat more. @EthanChleb

4/15 Dogs Benefit From Vegan Diet More Than Conventional Diet. The debate over whether to feed your dog a vegan diet has been raging over recent years – but a new study has suggested that vegan diets may result in healthier pets. @etaKatetaKate @Independent

4/15 Small steps to make creativity part of your daily routine. These tips can help you commit to and deepen both your creative and spiritual practices. @J_CameronLive @MindShiftKQED

4/14 Photographer captures mind-blowing ‘5-hour close-up’ video of the Sun. I’ve never seen anything like this and I’m a big astronomy buff. @JamieHarrisTech @TheSun @nypost

4/14 America’s Highest Earners and Their Taxes Revealed – This is perhaps the most amazing data display I have ever seen. @paulkiel @ashnguuu @eisingerj @JeffErnsthausen @propublica

4/13 How To Make Butter At HomeArielle Johnson, a flavor scientist, reveals why making your own butter at home is such a deeply cathartic experience. This would be fun to try with your kids at home or in school. @ariellejjohnson @bonappetit @nomacph @MIT @UCDVEN

4/13 Using Collaborative Content Curation for Professional Development – Having teachers work together to seek out and evaluate potential new teaching materials is a valuable PD opportunity. @lindambrock @edutopia

4/13 Is Nuclear Power Green? Sabine Hossenfelder Sabine Hossenfelder is a Germän Physicist and the author of “Lost in Math” and “Existential Physics”. @skdh

4/12 The Discovery That Transformed Pi – This is an excellent math video that teachers in middle school and high school can use. @veritasium @lee_redden @TherealPindex @juanbenet

4/12 How Apple’s Monster M1 Ultra Chip Keeps Moore’s Law Alive. By combining two processors into one, the company has squeezed a surprising amount of performance out of silicon. My laptop has this chip and it’s amazing. @willknight @WIRED

4/12 Graphene in concrete is already changing the rules of the game in construction. Engineers have long dreamed of creating a wonderful material that can revolutionize construction. @Innovative_Tech

4/11 Experiencing College Success in High School – High school students can have huge contributions to real world problems. @tvanderark @Getting_Smart

4/11 The Gladiator Diet and the First Studies on Vegetarian Athletes – Comparing the diets of the Roman gladiator “barley men” and army troopers to the modern Spartans of today and meat-eating athletes are put to the test against veg athletes and even sedentary plant-eaters in feats of endurance. @nutrition_facts

4/10 The Deadliest Jet Fighter Of All Time – If you are into aircraft capability at all this will be fascinating. @infousaf

4/10 How we’re turning carbon waste into jet fuel (and everything else) – At LanzaTech, CEO Jennifer Holmgren and her team have engineered a unique technology that recycles carbon waste to create ethanol, which can then be used as a clean fuel, @TodaDogs @LanzaTech

4/10 Nine ways of Imaging Jeff Bezos’ Wealth – Data around billionaires’ true wealth is about as murky as swamp water. But that doesn’t mean we can’t try to wade through it. For more on translating numbers see my summary of Making Numbers Count by Chip Heath & Karla Starr. @MonaChalabi @nytimes @JeffBezos

4/9 Vanderbilt researchers using artificial intelligence to help basketball players improve their shots. The researchers used more than 50,000 hours of video to classify five different shot types: Free throw, catch and shoot, off the dribble, jab step fake, and step back shot. @Darrow89_ @FoxNews

4/9 The Math and Science of Baseball – If you have students who are excited about the start of the baseball season, try to capitalize on that enthusiasm with one of these educational resources. @rmbyrne @baseballhall @exploratorium @pbsteachers @kencen

4/7 The Cities, States And Countries That Are The Best At Wordle, Visualized – This is an excellent example of data visualization. @lead_mbradley @Digg

4/7 Russian oligarch yachts are fitted with helicopter hangars, submarines, and ‘anti-paparazzi’ tech. If you wondered how rich these guys are and have any interest in their boats, this is for you. @footballfacts @nypost

4/5 Tom Scott Tests Apple Airtag’s Ability To Stalk Someone And You’ll Be On The Edge Of Your Seat. This is a technology lesson, a nice tour of London, and an exciting and clever competition. @Mrwhosetheboss @tomscott @Displate

4/5 You’ll be injecting robots into your bloodstream to fight disease soon. You’ll be injecting robots into your bloodstream to fight disease soon. @mrgreene1977 @thenextweb

4/4 Digging in the Dirt: 4 Home Composters Reviewed and Rated – Turn food scraps into compost for your garden with one of these indoor, odor-free devices. Be sure to involve your kids in the gardening effort. @rbaguley @WIRED

4/4 No Doctor’s in the House. Johns Hopkins Engineers Building Robot Surgeon. In a high-tech lab on Johns Hopkins University’s Homewood campus in Baltimore, engineers have been building a robot that may be able to stitch back together with the broken vessels in your belly and at some point maybe your brain. @mercohn @baltimoresun

4/4 They’re putting guns on robot dogs now. Quadrupedal robots are one of the most interesting developments in robotics in recent years. They’re small, nimble, and able to traverse environments that frustrate wheeled machines. So, of course, it was only a matter of time until someone put a gun on one. @jjvincent @verge

4/4 Israeli bee tech startup Beewise pulls in $80m investment for robotic beehives. The funding round is led by Insight Partners; investors include a subsidiary of UAE sovereign wealth fund Mubadala Investment Company. @timesofisrael

4/3 What Really Ruins Your Batteries? It’s not fast charging, or any number of other myths. Find out what’s really happening inside of batteries. @MKBHD

4/3 Is There an Optimal Driving Speed that Saves Gas—and Money? Gasoline prices are over $4 a gallon at the pump. If you want to save some cash on your commute, maybe you need to slow down. @rjallain @WIRED

4/3 The Origins of the Seven Day Week – Unlike the day, the month, and the year, the seven-day week is an arbitrary construct and came into existence before The Bible was written. @HarrisonHolt2 @Atlas_VPN

4/2 Here’s Everything You Ever Wanted To Know About Why Russia Is Invading Ukraine. This explains a lot that you are not likely to hear on your news channels. It’s good for middle school on up. @RealLifeLore22

4/2 Three ways to use tech to find happiness – Behavioral scientist Mike Rucker details the problems and solutions around popular technology so you can maximize your happiness. @performbetter @FastCompany

4/1/2022 Switchblade: America’s Suicide Drone Used to Destroy Russian Tank. with enough of these Ukraine can keep Russin tanks from invading. This is very cool video. @AUAssociation

4/1/2022 What You Think You Know About Nuclear Waste Is Wrong. This inhibits the expansion of nuclear power which emits zero carbon dioxide. @Sci_Phile

3/31 Top 10 Countries With The Largest Oil Reserves – Have your students guess which ones they are before you show this. @uncovercbc

3/31 The 20 Best Mac Apps to Make Everyday Life Easier – MacOS may be the apple of your eye, but some of its stock apps are a little rotten. Take a bite of these third-party apps instead. MATT JANCER @Wired

3/30 Maple Syrup Sunday! And Maple Syrup Sundaes – See if you and your kids can tap a local maple tres and make some syrup. @rmbyrne @SciShowKids

3/30 Dear Duolingo: How do I become fluent in a new language? I’m a big Duolingo fan. I’m up to 589 consecutive days doing Duolingo Swedish and I’m way better. @YeahThatCindy @duolingo

3/29 Best Hydroponic System for Healthy Plants – People are starting to incorporate hydroponic systems into their own home gardens because it can help streamline the growing process while ensuring your plants grow organically. @happy_diyhome

3/28 Using Rubik’s cube to improve and evaluate robot manipulation – Researchers at the University of Washington have recently developed a new protocol to train robots and test their performance on tasks that involve object manipulation. @techxplore_com

3/28 Experiment, learn, adapt: Creative tips from Paul Sloane, lateral thinking facilitator and author – Open-mindedness and creativity are key not just for large-scale innovation but also in everyday life. Author Paul Sloane shares tips and examples of lateral thinking. @MadanRao @YourStoryCo

3/28 How to Navigate Online Mental Health Resources – Finding therapy and support can be confusing. Here are some tips on how to get help, from understanding insurance websites to keeping track of the bills. @juliecharnet @WIRED

3/27 How to Edit Your Videos in YouTube Studio – A fan wanted to know what Richard Byrne thought would be the simplest online tool for cropping the recording of a live stream. His suggestion was to use the editing tools that are built right into YouTube Studio. @rmbyrne

3/26 I only have 10 minutes to exercise. What’s the best workout to do? Whether you want to lose weight, de-stress or build strength, there’s a quick workout that will get you there. @StepItUpwSteph @todayshow

3/26 Learning Is A Sure Path To Happiness: Science Proves It. Plenty of research on happiness suggests it arises when we are generous, grateful, and connected with our people. But another lesser-known pathway toward happiness is learning, growing, and challenging ourselves in new ways. @TracyBrower108 @Forbes

3/26 Don’t Give Up on a Great Idea Just Because It Seems Obvious. Sometimes innovation is halted because the idea appears to be too obvious. We’re often convinced that someone else will come up with the same idea, so why waste the time and energy? @HarvardBiz
3/25 Everything You Need To Know About Composting At Home – This could be a cool home project to do with your kids. @ThisOldHouse @e_drostereinmi @techyover @sethbokelman

3/25 BBC Inside Science – This looks like a good science resource. Have your middle and high school kids explore it and see what they fine. @BBCScienceNews @BBCScienceClub @sciencefocus

3/25 The Basics of Protein by Dr Greger – Protein is kinda of important. This will help you and your kids know what you need to know. @nutrition_facts

3/25 The History of the Alphabet – There are far more languages than there are alphabets. This focuses on the Latin alphabet and it’s good late elementary on up. @HarrisonHolt2

3/25 How Does the Internet Work? This is a great learning video for adults and children alike. Make sure that you watch it with your kids or your class. @TheGYApod @voxdotcom

3/24 Seven Masturbation Myths That Need to Be Debunked Once and for All – Kids should know that it is normal and not bad for you. @EasyLifeHackers

3/23 Which iPhone Should You Buy (or Avoid) Right Now? Picking the right phone has gotten so much harder. Wired’s breakdown of Apple’s lineup can help. @JulianChokkattu @WIRED

3/23 Top Performers Have a Superpower: Happiness. A large-scale study found that well-being predicts outstanding job performance. @martin_seligman @EdDiener @mitsmr

3/22 Engineer Explains How You Can Make Oil And Water Mix And It’s Breaking Our Brains. This is good from upper elementary on up. @theactionlabman

3/22 I’m a hospice nurse and these are the top four regrets people have before they die. See if you and your kids can guess what they are before you look. @TheSun @nypost

3/22 Mapped: Global Happiness Levels in 2022 – There isn’t much surprise to me here, but this is a good geography lesson. @VisualCap

3/21 What does your running shoe wear pattern tell you? Your running shoes can tell a pretty good story of your running gait and how and where your body makes an impact with the ground. @marleydickinson @brooksrunning @canadianrunning

3/18 Logo for Australian government’s ‘Women’s Network’ roasted on social media. The logo for the Australian Prime Minister and Cabinet’s (PM&C) new “Women’s Network” – which is intended to promote gender equality – has instead been roasted online for its phallic appearance. @nataliebrownist @newscomauHQ @nypost

3/18 The James Webb Space Telescope mirrors are aligned!! This is a big deal. If you have been following this story you can see why this scientist is so excited. There is more to do so keep your fingers crossed. @drbecky_ @NASA

3/18 How the Dutch Created The Netherlands – The Dutch have already figured out how to deal with climate change. I think their engineers are probably recession-proof. This is a great lesson for middle school on up. @_geography_geek

3/14 DARPA’s RACER Program Sends High-Speed Autonomous Vehicles Off-Road . For the next three years, robotic vehicles will be pushing the limits of all-terrain racing. @BotJunkie @IEEESpectrum

3/14 Spending Money On Experiences Rather Than Things Creates More Happiness. I couldn’t agree more. I was flooded in 2011 and lost most of my stuff. I still have all of my memories of what I’ve done and where I have gone. @BrianDEvans @influencive

3/14 The 10 most innovative companies in North America in 2022 – You can also access the full 2022 list of Fast Company’s Most Innovative Companies, 528 organizations whose efforts are reshaping their businesses, industries, and the broader culture. @aprilmokwa @davidlidsky @FastCompany

3/12 Three Myths We’ve Busted On Vitamin C (Even We Were Surprised!) Vitamin C is often referred to as an “old-school” vitamin. It’s popular, it’s basic, it’s easy to understand…right? Not quite. @JasonWachob @mindbodygreen @breizh2008

3/12 I Watched Russian TV So You Don’t Have To. According to Russian state TV, Putin is the good guy. Many Russians believe it. Also, check out Olga Kahzan”s book Weird: The Power of Being an Outsider in an Insider World. @olgakhazan @theatlantic

3/11 How the Netherlands Helps Other Countries With Their Water Problems – The world will have to adapt to climate changes and engineers from the Netherlands will lead the way. If you know a student interested in this topic have them look into universities there. @_geography_geek @RareMapsClausen

3/11 The Winners Of The 2021 World Nature Photography Are Extraordinary. Any kid with a cellphone can be a nature photographer. Challenge your kids to do some nature photography. @jamescrugnale @wnphotoawards

3/11 Apple’s Mac Studio Is a Mightier Desktop for Creative Pros. The Mac Studio is a compact desktop PC powered by Apple’s newest processors. It gives you a lot of power for the price. @BStoly @WIRED

3/11 Why You Shouldn’t Swerve Around Deer (or Other Animals) in the Road. Since you don’t know which way the animal might go it’s best just to slow down. @BethSkw @lifehacker

3/10 Why America still uses Fahrenheit – This is what happens when you make changes voluntary. @dionlee__ @zackbeauchamp @monalalwani @voxdotcom

3/9 Why Corn-Based Ethanol Is Actually Worse For The Environment Than Gasoline – Here’s a breakdown of how America completely goofed on ethanol, a fuel that a recent study found to be a whopping 24 percent more carbon-intensive than gasoline. @jasonfenske13

3/9 Apple Event 3/8/2022 with updated iPhone SE, iPad Air, and new Macs – This takes a bit less than an hour, but is worth it. The best part for me is the new Mac Studio, an upgrade of the Mac Mini. @tim_cook @Apple

3/8 Which type of milk is best for you? Dive into the most popular milks— dairy, almond, soy and oat— to find out which is healthiest for you and for the planet. @JonathanThinks @gracecunning

3/8 How Robots Will Transform the 2020s – Over the next few years, more robots will be deployed into warehouses—the logistics market—than in all other application categories combined, including farming, medicine, and home use. @MarkPMills @reason
>3/7 Ten Solid Minutes of Geography & Culture Facts – Eight grade students helped put this video together. Maybe your middle and high school students will enjoy it. @_geography_geek

3/7 A businessperson’s guide to AI buzzwords – The exponential speed with which the fields of Artificial Intelligence and Machine Learning have advanced has been accompanied by their use as some of the most common buzzwords in business circles today. Students from high school on up should know this jargon too. @Medium

3/7 If You Know These Keyboard Shortcuts, You Won’t Need a Mouse. Knowing and using them can make you way more efficient. Somehow the author left out command Z for undo. @davidnield @WIRED

3/5 Why Can Osmium Float In This Liquid? This is a good science lesson for middle school on up. @theactionlabman

3/5 It’s Rocket Science! with Professor Chris Bishop – This is almost an hour long, but if any of your students from elementary on up are interested in rocket science this is for them. @riaus

3/4 Twelve predictions about the trends that will shape smart cities in 2022 – As local leaders continue to adapt to the tremendous changes that the past year brought, industry players, share how they anticipate cities will evolve. @cailincrowe @smartcitiesdive

3/4 Rewire Your Brain for Positivity and Happiness Using the Tetris Effect – Anyone who’s ever played the classic game of Tetris will know this. Whether on a clunky computer or Gameboy or the latest mobile device, we all know the game’s surreal ability to spill into real life. @smalter @lifehacker

3/3 Five groceries to always buy store brand, according to shopping experts: ‘You can save anywhere from 10% to 30%’ See if you can guess what they are. @Aditi_Shrikant @CNBC @voxdotcom @Grow_mag

3/2 Tiny robots made in Mexico to explore moon in scientific first. Five tiny robots designed and made in Mexico will blast off for the moon later this year, part of a first-of-its-kind scientific mission that envisions the two-wheeled bots scrambling across the lunar surface while taking sophisticated measurements. @Reuters @nypost

2/28 Can you outsmart the slippery slope fallacy? – Elizabeth Cox Dig into the slippery slope fallacy, which assumes that one step will lead to a series of events that lead to an extreme— often bad. @ElizabethCox24 @spookyjulie @TED_ED

2/28 Curious Kids: how do scientists read a person’s DNA? The information in your DNA is bunched into sections called genes. The genes are like sentences in an instruction manual. @ConversationUS @ConversationUK

2/28 Smart heating – what is it and how does it work? Take control of your home’s central heating and the money you spend on it by making it a ‘smart’ heating system. @idealhome

2/27 Rice, beans, and the “myth” of protein combining – Thanks to Fetch Rewards for sponsoring this video! Download Fetch now and use code RAGUSEA to get 3000 points on your first receipt. @aragusea @FetchRewards

2/27 Russian vodka pulled from shelves in US, Canada bars, liquor stores: ‘Every small thing makes a difference.’ What are liquor stores you use doing? If they still have Russian Vodka on the shelf share this with them. This is one way to do your part. @BrieStimson @FoxNews @nypost

2/26 How the 3-point line is breaking basketball – There is a good math lesson here for basketball fans. @BigEdVega @BridgettHenwood @voxdotcom

2/26 History vs. Cleopatra – Alex Gendler – The TedEd animation puts history on trail. Any social studies class the studies Egypt should show this. @Ad_Anderson @achilleselbow @PorkchopBob @teded

2/25 Are Microbes the Future of Recycling? It’s Complicated. An enzyme-based recycling technology is poised to go commercial, but questions about cost and scalability linger. @ulachrobak @undarkmag

2/25 Five Trends Farmers And Tech Companies Are Betting The Farm On – One of those key drivers that continue to change agriculture is artificial intelligence. @jennalee @Forbes

2/25 Olympic Medals per Capita – Small countries like Norway and Slovenia top this list with the US in 25th place and China dead last among those that won at least one medal. Consider letting your students analyze the reasons. @MedalsPerCapita

2/24 Why do we study Shakespeare? When I was in high school I studied a Shakespeare play every year. Now, thanks to the Common Core Standards, you are lucky to get one in four years. This short animation explains why you should take the Shakespeare challenge. There are four other parts that are all good. @GrooblesMedia @Shutterstock

2/24 Happiness Hack: This One Ritual Made Me Much Happier. A lack of close friendships may be hazardous to your health. @nireyal @PsychToday

2/24 The Smart Cities of the Future: 10 Must-Have Technologies – Smart cities have now become a reality of the present! Here are some of the must-have technologies in a smart city. @analyticsinme

2/22 Optical illusion of a moving white dot baffles the internet. If you follow the light grey spot around the circle for 30 seconds to one minute, you will notice that the other spots will eventually turn green. If you stare at the cross in the middle for the exact same time, the spots around the circle will disappear. @itsanamalam @TheDSun @nypost

2/22 The magic of Fibonacci numbers – Math is logical, functional and just … awesome. Mathemagician Arthur Benjamin explores hidden properties of that weird and wonderful set of numbers, the Fibonacci series. I’m learning Swedish so I added the Swedish subtitles. I also watched at half speed. Try it for the language you are working on. @IAQinGWN @TEDTalks

2/21 A Norwegian student found a boat launched by New Hampshire middle-schoolers in 2020. The remains of a mini boat launched by New Hampshire middle schoolers have been discovered by a sixth-grade student in Norway, 462 days and more than 8,300 miles later. @rachel_treisman @NPR

2/21 Real Friends or Deal Friends – Do you know the difference? Daniel Pink does a short (2:43) with Arthur Brooks on a key concept from his new book rom Strength to Strength: Finding Success, Happiness, and Deep Purpose in the Second Half of Life. @arthurbrooks @DanielPink

2/18 Take a Virtual Tour of the National Museum of Computing. The National Museum of Computing documents and celebrates the development of computers and computing. @tnmoc @rmbyrne

2/15 The best- and worst-paying college majors, five years after graduation Engineering degrees offer the biggest payday, according to the New York Federal Reserve’s latest study of salaries for recent college graduates. @MIKEWINTRS @CNBCMakeIt

2/13 The birds and the bees are just the beginning. Think you know a thing or two about sex? Think again. In this fascinating talk, biologist Carin Bondar lays out the surprising science behind how animals get it on. @carinbondar @TEDTalks

2/13 Mindfulness Is Key to Happiness in Modern Mental Health. Here is when Western psychology meets Eastern philosophy. @Shaykwon @PsychToday

2/12 Top Nine Free Beginner Tutorials for Machine Learning – Getting an introduction to basic Machine Learning concepts doesn’t have to be cumbersome or expensive. @kelseyfoster @hackernoon

2/11 The James Webb Space Telescope Is in Position. Now It’s Booting Up. After successfully launching and maneuvering the spacecraft, JWST researchers still have months of prep work to do before they can start taking pictures. @raminskibba @WIRED

2/11 Teen Jada Adams Is Prioritizing Happiness Over Everything. The 18-year-old found some challenges finishing her senior year during the pandemic, but she has learned some really crucial lessons on the meaning of happiness. @_TARYNitUP @huffpost @blackvoices

2/9 If You Want To Mathematically Destroy And Ruin ‘Wordle’ Forever, This Is The Most Optimal Way To Do It. If you are a wordle fan you should enjoy this. @3blue1brown

2/9 If You Know These Keyboard Shortcuts, You Won’t Need a Mouse. If you know the right tricks, you don’t need to lift your fingers up from the keys. This can make you much more efficient. @davidnield @WEIRD

2/8 Online Language Classes from Language Trainers – Study languages on your computer or mobile with their online classes. @langtrainers

2/6 What Is the Fibonacci Sequence and How Does It Relate to Architecture? The famous sequence of numbers became known as the “secret code of nature” and can be seen in the natural world in several cases. But, after all, how does this sequence relate to architecture? @ArchDaily

2/6 20 actually fun websites to learn something new – We’ve got the sites for you to improve your skills. (WARNING: This is an “F” word here, but it’s mostly tame. @TimMarcin @mashable

2/5/2022 The Copper Age Explained (The rise of civilization) This isn’t taught in most schools, but I think it should. A big reason copper was better than stone is that it could be recycled even though stone tools were sharper. @ExcuselessTitan Check out this guy’s YouTube channel.

2/5/2022 All about applying to a Ph.D. program – Are you passionately dedicated to a field? Do you wish to have the highest expertise and knowledge in a specialized field? And are you considering pursuing a Ph.D.? Wondering if you have enough experience to get into a Ph.D. program? Then, you must read these tips before signing up for a Ph.D. program. @ReachIvy

1/31 Your brain on video games, a TED Talk by Daphne Bavelier. How do fast-paced video games affect the brain? Step into the lab with cognitive researcher Daphne Bavelier to hear surprising news about how video games, even action-packed shooter games, can help us learn, focus and, fascinatingly, multitask. @Freyja_aLoL @LearnusUK

1/31 The Physics of the N95 Face Mask – You’ve seen them a million times. You might be wearing one right now. But do you know how they work to block a potentially virus-carrying respiratory blob? Science students from middle school on up should read this. @rjallain @WIERD

1/31 Here’s How An Experimental Tesla Model S Battery Could Revolutionize Electric Cars. This experimental battery got over 700 miles on a single charge. @ColdFusion_TV @FernandoDesign

1/31 Physics Professor Demonstrates How Inertia Works Using A Potato. Make sure any science teacher or student you know watches this very short video. @TAMUPhysAstr @TAMU

1/29 Here’s How McDonald’s French Fries Are Made. Anyone to eats and McDonal’s should watch this. I never eat there yet I found this to ve fascinating. I’m bet your kids would like it. @iibright_sideii @McDonalds

1/29 Now Physical Jobs Are Going Remote Too. Advances in artificial intelligence and other technology allow machines to be operated from far away. The trend could spell trouble for workers. @willknight @WIRED

1/28 Mindfulness Is Key to Happiness in Modern Mental Health. Although psychology is a field that has largely been developed and nurtured in the West, a lot has changed since Freud’s heyday and contemporary psychotherapies borrow many elements from Eastern practices such as mindfulness, @Shaykwon @PsychToday

1/28 Twenty best eco-friendly gifts – I always try to give people gifts that are consumable. I would add a nice bottle of wine and concert tickets to this list. @SaveTheStudent

1/27 Chipotle worker reveals how the famous guacamole is really made. Is it time for you and your kids to make some guacamole? They may want to leave out the onions and add something else so let them be creative. There are lots of basic recipes you can easily find online. @IbrahimSamantha @nypost @ChipotleTweets @TheChipotleGuy

1/27 Learn How To Tie 12 Useful Knots For Different Situations. You never know when you might need to show-off, or need some knots if a crisis arises — so why not learn a few new tricks today? This looks like good learning for kids too. @bright_side_me

1/26 When Did the Romans Become Italians? (Short Animated Documentary) This is very informative and cute. It’s good for upper elementary to adult. @HistMattersYT

1/26 NASA’s James Webb Space Telescope Reaches Final Destination. The $10 billion, truck-size observatory arrived at a spot about 1 million miles from Earth and now must be tested and calibrated before its scientific mission can begin. @MicahMaidenberg @WSJ

1/23 How To Do An Intense Full Body Workout At Home Without Any Equipment – This 10-minute, no equipment, workout will get you in shape without asking for too much. Learn how to tone your back, chest, shoulders, legs, abs, and arms from the comfort of your home. Save the cost and time associated with a gym. @AthleanX1

1/23 China unveils five-year plan for robotics. China’s Ministry of Industry and Information Technology, in collaboration with 14 other government departments, revealed how it will continue to grow the country’s robotics industry in its 14th five-year plan. @BriWessling @therobotreport

1/22 Facts In Geography Never Taught In Schools | Thomas Sowell – Anyonr who teaches or is interested in geography will like this and should share at least some of it with their kids/students. @ThomasSowell

1/22 Now You Can Rent a Robot Worker—for Less Than Paying a Human . Automation is reaching more companies, imperiling some jobs and changing the nature of others. @willknight @WIRED

1/22 The US Inches Toward Building EV Batteries at Home. In an effort to reduce dependency on hard-to-source cobalt and Chinese manufacturing, US makers are finally getting into the cathode business. @GregoryJBarber @WIRED

1/21 Pinkcast 4.19. This is a 2-minute preview of my new book. I’ve summarized several of Daniel Pink’s books and they are all good. Here he talks for two minutes about his new one. @DanielPink

1/21 Have Your Mind Blown By This 3D Visualization Of The Interior Of The Statue Of Liberty. If the statue of liberty ever comes up in your class you should show this. I’ve been inside it twice and this is very realistic. @JaredOwen3D NordVPN

1/20 How do you film the Speed of Light? It’s not easy to film light itself. Gav and Dan learn how it’s done from the experts. This is a good science lesson for middle school on up. Do you know what a femtosecond is? @TheSlowMoGuys

1/20 Can Humans Teach Robots To Think Like Us? Although robots are more than capable today of carrying out all kinds of business tasks efficiently and accurately, the concept of building machines that can think as humans has always been a dream. @joshinav @Forbes

1/20 Young Scientist winners use a new method to solve an old maths problem. The third-year students from Synge Street in Dublin won with their project entitled ‘A New Method of Solving the Bernoulli Quadrisection Problem’. @Jenny_Darmody @siliconrepublic

1/20 How Images Are Compressed Using JPEG – This is pretty nerdy but stick with it. I think you will get the basic idea even if you can’t follow all of the details. Consider watching it twice. @Oh_Brilliant @BranchES2012

1/18 What is vinegar? And what is its MOTHER? This is a good science lesson. You can also challenge your kids to make some vinegar. @aragusea @SupremeVinegar

1/18 Algorithm Uses Evolution To Design Robots MIT’s Evolution Gym brings Darwin to robotics. Imagine you’re running a race. To complete it, your body needs to be strong, and your brain needs to keep track of the route, control your pace, and prevent you from tripping. The same is true for robots. @RebeccaSohn2 @IEEESpectrum

1/18 Wind Chill and Our Perception of Cold – This is a good lesson in recency bias. We can also choose the information that fits with what we already believe. @MinuteEarth @rmbyrne @audible_com

1/18 How does an Escalator work? This cool 3D animation is a good science lesson for middle school on up. @JaredOwen3D

1/17 ood Resources for Remote Math & Science Lessons – PhET is a great resource that I’ve shared a bunch of times over the years. Recently, I was looking through the site when I noticed that its activity search tool now includes a filter for remote activities. @PhETsims @rmbyrne

1/17 Mapped: Global Happiness Levels in 2021 – It’s generally understood that having enough money to cover your needs and wants can help you live a relatively happy, comfortable life—and recent research shows this relationship may increase linearly as income levels grow, as well. @VisualCap

1/16 Top THree Positive News Stories, JANUARY 2022 | Some Good News | Positive Vibes – If watching the news makes you angry start watching more news like this. Remember, the goal of some news shows is to keep you angry. @ernest6words @LitterLotto (Little Lotto is not currently available in the US.)

1/16 Ultra-Long Battery Life Is Coming … Eventually. Consumer electronics companies are boasting about unprecedented leaps in battery tech. How legit are the claims? Also check the link in this article to SilaNana. @LaurenGoode @SilaGene @SilaNanotech @WIRED

1/16 How comic strips create better health care – This is a great video for people who are providing care for people with limitations. It’s only nine minutes and it’s one of the most touching things I’ve seen in a long time. @calgaryhester

1/15 How to Tweak Your Living Space for More HappinessShape tapped wellness pioneers to reveal the easy tweaks they recently made to their space and lifestyles that had big payoffs. @MollLongman @Shape_Magazine

1/15 Ten Happiness Practices a Doctor Prescribes to His Patients – In the face of COVID-19, one doctor is prescribing habits for health and happiness. @leifhass @GreaterGoodSC

1/15 Are these the best science books of 2021? What do breathing, mushrooms, and stargazing all have in common? Books about them have all made it onto the shortlist for the Royal Society Science Book Prize 2021. @JournoKayleigh @WEF

1/14 Seven Tech-Adjacent Side Hustles for Software Engineers – There are a few lucrative side hustles that can utilize your existing engineering skillset or soft skills to help you get started quickly. @studentloantrav

1/14 Here’s How This One Photo From Space Reveals A Lot About Earth Social studies teachers from middle school on up should show this. @NASA

1/14 Scales do NOT measure Weight. This is a good science lesson for middle school on up. @NickLucid

1/13 Here’s The Biggest Problem With Electric Car Batteries. The mining of battery-grade lithium carbonate is going to be a problem when electric car sales ramp up significantly. @wendoverpro

1/13 Feeling Overwhelmed? Start a Someday-Maybe-Later List. Replace that endless to-do list with a system that helps you prioritize your goals and dreams. @StacySKim @WIRED

1/12 About Primary Sources – Provide students with a textbook entry, a Wikipedia entry, and a primary source document about the same event or topic and see what they think. @rmbyrne @mnhs

1/11 Why Do 50% Of All Humans Live Inside Of This Small Circle? See if your kids can figure out where this circle is located. @RealLifeLore22 @HelloFresh

1/11 The Best of CES 2022 – These are the products, prototypes, and ideas that did the best job of signaling the future at this year’s consumer tech showcase. @wired

1/10 Baking a Cake With Science – Baking a Cake With Science is a short video that explains to elementary school students how the ingredients in a cake batter work together to when baked in the oven to rise and become a spongey cake. @@SciShowKids @rmbyrne

1/10 The 19 Best Gadgets From CES 2022 You Can Buy Right Now – We’re talkin’ earbuds, smartwatches, projectors, and a snowbike. Here’s what you can add to your cart right now. @BStoly @WIRED

1/8 Here’s An Eye-Popping Visualization Of How COVID-19 Enters A Human Cell. This detailed animation demonstrates how the virus infects human cells by binding itself to our receptors. Then, the spike protein transforms itself, letting the virus infiltrate our cells. This should work for middle school on up. @janetiwasa @NSF

1/8 Here’s How Far You Could Throw A Ball On Another Planet, Visualized. Anyone teaching or learning about gravity should watch this. @physicsJ

1/8 How to Start (and Keep) a Healthy Habit – Whether you want to run a marathon or learn to play the guitar, here’s how to set yourself up for success. @luxagraf @WIRED

1/7 James Webb Just Completed the Most Difficult Task of its Mission. So far, so good now that the best shield is deployed. @sotufilm

1/7 Can you think yourself young? Research shows that a positive attitude to ageing can lead to a longer, healthier life, while negative beliefs can have hugely detrimental effects. @d_a_robson @guardian

1/7 The Physics of Wile E. Coyote’s 10 Billion-Volt Electromagnet – The famous cartoon schemer has an ingenious plan to lure Bugs Bunny out of his hole—and it involves a giant magnet and an iron carrot. This is great reading for high school and college physics students. @rjallain @WIRED

1/7 Have Your Mind Blown By BMW’s Color Changing Car At CES. This is a technology that changes the exterior color of a vehicle with the touch of a button. This video explains how it works. @autogefuehl @BMW #ces2022

1/6 The Safety Tools You Really Should Keep in Your Car, But Probably Don’t Driving is dangerous, but a few tools can help it be safer. After the recent mess in Virginia, you should also travel with lots of gas in the tank along with food, water, and blankets. @lifehacker –

1/6 Playing Tetris can level up your mental health. Tetris is a great stress-reliever for our current era of anxiety. if you want to play here is the site. @DrDanaDorfman @nypots @alexmitchelleg

1/6 Pinkcast 4.18. This is how to become a little bit better every single day. This only takes 1:59 and is worth at least all of it. @DanielPink

1/5/2922 BALLS Size Comparison – This video starts with a ball point pen ball and compares it to just about every ball you have ever played with. @BenduOrder

1/5/2922 How to Transform Sinking Cities into Landscapes the Fight Floods – Landscape architect and TED Fellow Kotchakorn Voraakhom. asks what if we could design cities to help fight floods? In this inspiring talk, Voraakhom shows how she developed a massive park in Bangkok that can hold a million gallons of rainwater. In addition to cutting greenhouse gases, we also need to adapt. THis shows how it’s done. @kotch_voraakhom @TESTalks

12/31 The First Circumnavigation of the Earth by Magellan & Elcano – Summary on a Map. If you want your students to understand the Magellan voyage they need to watch this shot video [9:50]. @FdoPrethilan @weird_hist

1/31 All Together Now: The Lesson of Swimmy – Never doubt that a small group of thoughtful, committed citizens can change the world. @angeladuckw @Getting_Smart @thecharacterlab

12/30 The James Webb Space Telescope Explained In 9 Minutes What Will The James Webb Space Telescope Find? Follow perception on Instagram.

12/29 How We’re Fooled By Statistics – If you want to better understand regression to the mean this short [7:37] video is for you. @veritasium

12/29 A Decade of MOOCs: A Review of Stats and Trends for Large-Scale Online Courses in 2021. A decade later, MOOCs have reached 220 million learners. @dhawalhshah @classcentral @EdSurge

12/29 Surprise! The Pandemic Has Made People More Science Literate. Despite rampant misinformation, Covid-19 has pushed science into the zeitgeist, as people have absorbed new words and how scientific discovery actually works. @laxmevy @WURED

12/28 The Year Everyone Remembered That Chips Matter – Shortages of semiconductors messed up production of everything from cars to toys. Plans are in the works for more factories, but they’ll take years. @willknight @WIRED

12/28 Twelve Good New Year’s Resolutions to Make in 2022 – Whether you want to improve your health, advance your career, or just be a slightly better person, there’s a resolution for you on this list. @RansomPatterson @collegeinfogeek

12/27 Watch A Wildlife Photographer Shoot A House Cat In An Office The Same Way He’d Shoot A Big Cat In The Jungle. Amateur photographers can learn from how this artist eduts out shots that are less than perfect. @swfoto @NatGeo @WIRED

12/27 You Died of Dysentery: 50 Years of Traveling The Oregon Trail. Here is a look back on one of the most iconic and grueling games to hit the classroom computer. @brutalmoose @msmith850 @Kotaku

12/24 NASA’s new space telescope will soon explore the distant past. The James Webb is set to become the most complex object ever launched into space, and the most powerful time machine ever built. It’s set to launch Christmas morning 2021. @JuliaElenaMusto @FoxNews @nypost

12/24 Four reasons your rapid COVID-19 test might show a false result – You should read this if you are doing tests at home. @amichelson18 @Hilarx @thisisinsider

12/24 The Science of Growing a Perfect Christmas Tree – Is your tree robust to cold? Do its needles cling to their branches? Christmas tree scientists ask these questions so we don’t have to. @rtg0nzalez @wired

12/23 Making Liquid Nitrogen From Scratch! – This is a great science lesson and seriously fun to watch. They also make solid nitrogen along with a good French lesson. @veritasium @jonnyhyman

12/23 Why You Can’t Tickle Yourself – Pressure on certain sensitive parts of the body can lead to a tickling sensation. Yet even the most ticklish person will have a hard time trying to tickle themselves. @Brain_Facts_or @KavliFoundation @SfNtweets

1/22 How Paris Transformed Into One Of The Most Bike-Friendly Cities In The World – I think cities in rhw US could learn from this. @notjustbikes

1/22 Growing Peppers on the ISS Is Just the Start of Space Farming. The chile peppers thrived in a controlled microgravity environment. But to develop agriculture away from Earth, NASA will have to think outside the box. @annonymoose @WIRED

12/21 Why Traffic Congestion Grows Exponentially, Why It Matters, and What To Do About It // An Explainer – Every city has problems with growing traffic congestion, and everyone who lives in a city is impacted. And not only if you drive. @Nerd4Cities

12/21 NASA’s Parker Solar Probe Touches The Sun For The First Time. For the first time in history, a spacecraft has touched the Sun. NASA’s Parker Solar Probe has now flown through the Sun’s upper atmosphere – the corona – and sampled particles and magnetic fields there. @NASAGoddard

12/21 Masks
18 Face Masks We Actually Like to Wear – It looks like masks will be with us for a while so we might as well wear ones that work better and ones we like. @adriennemso @wired

12/20 Here’s Why Sweden Is Moving An Entire Town. IT semms that building a town next to an iron ore mine isn’t a great idea. @HalfInteresting @CuriosityStream @WatchNebula

12/20 The Effects of Avocados & Red Wine on Meal-Induced Inflammation – Whole plant sources of sugar and fat can ameliorate some of the postprandial (after-meal) inflammation caused by the consumption of refined carbohydrates and meat. I’m a vegan and very healthy for my age. @nutrition_facts

12/20 The top 10 jobs to get ahead – Few professional milestones can compare with a promotion. It’s a sign that our employers see the work we’re doing and like it. It often comes with more responsibility and higher pay. @andrewmseaman @LinkedInNews

2/19 What Is A Thank-You Note? Thank you notes may seem old-fashioned, but they build personal and professional relationships. Plus, when you take the time to handwrite a note, it shows how much you appreciate the person. @RitikaG69283079 @janetbpearson

2/19 How to Work LESS and Become a More Effective Teacher – In this episode, Kasey chats with Dan Jackson, author of Work Less, Teach More. @ShakeUpLearning

12/17Courses to build your skill-set – No matter what part of the world you are residing in, you can avail these online classes anytime you want. Here are some of such top courses. @ReachIvy

12/1721 Things That Made the World a Better Place in 2021 – From vaccinations to electric vehicles and cheese, the second year of the pandemic still had some high points. @ameliargh @WIRED

12/17Top U.S. Companies: These Are the Skills Students Need in a Post-Pandemic World – The future of work looks quite a bit different now than it did a year ago. The COVID-19 pandemic continues to confound even the most accomplished futurists’ efforts to make predictions about what lies ahead. @MarkALieberman Weducationweek

12/172022 is the perfect time to conquer your goals. And Portfolio Books will get you there. These are some interesting books you should consider. I haven’t read any yet, but they look to me. @penguinrandom

12/16 Red Flags To Look Out For When Buying Olive Oil – Jack Bishop, an ingredient expert, explains how to identify all the bogus claims olive oil bottles make on their labels. Share with home and careers students and teachers you know. If you want to know more click here. @TestKitchen @EthanChleb

12/16 Your Brain On Drums – A growing body of scientific evidence reveals that playing a musical instrument is one of the best workouts for your gray matter—even if you suck. @mikeskessler @MensHealthMag

12/16 Brain food: The best foods to eat for better attention, memory and mental health – Got a big exam coming up? Here’s what you can eat to guarantee you’re on top form. @sciencefocus @FoodAndPsych

12/15 How To Use Playlists To Plan For Students Being Out – Whether it be sickness, vacation, a dentist appointment, early dismissal for a game – there have always been situations when students were going to be out and miss the class time. @ajjuliani The pandemic has only compounded this issue in many areas.@ajjuliani

12/15 Top Three Positive News Stories, DECEMBER 2021 – If you are like me you can use all the good news you can get. If you like it the November good news plays next. @ernest6words

12/15 The Best TV Streaming Devices for Cord Cutters – MOST OF US stream a majority of our content, if we haven’t abandoned cable altogether. Smart TVs rarely have good interfaces, so owning a separate device will make things a whole lot easier. @JeffreyVC @WIRED

12/14 Are We Ready for the Next Big Solar Storm? The biggest geomagnetic storm in recorded history happened more than 150 years ago. Now, we’re entering yet another period of solar maximum. @JoshuaLearn1 @DiscoverMag

12/12 What is a Qubit? A qubit, also known as a quantum bit, is the basic unit of information used in quantum computing. Much like how today’s computers fundamentally work by manipulating bits that exist in two different states, quantum computers manipulate qubits that can exist in either of two basis states. @Deep__AI @thequantumbot

12/12 Essential life skill. How to build great rapport – Every walk of life, every success, every fruitful relationship needs RAPPORT! A few basic attitudes make rapport easy and fulfilling. For you too. @themerry_monk @selfhelpFYS

12/11 A brief history of chess – Alex Gendler – Trace the storied history of the game of chess, from its origins in 7th century India to the computer software we use today. @achilleselbow @By_Rosenthal

12/10 Pinkcast 4.16. This is how to turn your screwups into opportunities. Time to do a failure resumé, which is something you should be able to learn a lot from. Thank you Tina Seelig. You can also find a link to Pink’s new book here. @tseelig @DanielPink

12/10 10 Highest Paying Nursing Jobs Above $100,000 – Aside from being a high-demand profession, nursing is also a high-paying career field. Depending on the specific role or nursing specialty, nurses can often make well beyond $100,000, annually. @TheFMadventure @studentloantrav

12/10 Renewable Energy Is Great—but the Grid Can Slow It Down. Many solar and wind projects face a problem: getting the energy from where it’s made to where it’s needed. @GregoryJBarber @WIRED

12/10 Everything is learned in the brain and everything is done by the brain. The brain science of learning circuits must be the focal point to provide high-class academic performance in school systems. @Learnography @Zeid_factor

12/8 Ten Facts About the United States Population. This is taken from the 2020 census so it’s pretty accurate. This is data that you and your kids/students should be somewhat familiar with. @World2Briggs

12/8 Six ways to protect your mental health from social media’s dangers – More than one-third of American adults view social media as harmful to their mental health, according to a new survey from the American Psychiatric Association. Just 5% view social media as being positive for their mental health, the survey found. Another 45% say it has both positive and negative effects. @dlhampton

12/8 How to build a new relationship and network – No matter what you are trying to achieve in life you will find it easier if you are connected to the right people. @carthagebuckley

12/7 Minute Personal Growth Challenge – Take two minutes to hear Chuck Poole’s learning challenge for the week. @cpoole27

12/7 What Will Work Look Like in 2022? Here’s what industry leaders think about the future of work, from changing office hours to, yes, staying in the meatspace. @njkobie @wired

12/7 Seven strategies to stop worrying and start living – Worry can be a source of stress and anxiety that can have a detrimental impact on your health. @carthagebuckley

12/6 Plastic Pollution: How Humans are Turning the World into Plastic. This is kind of scary. I stopped using plastic bag and bottles a long time ago. How

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