Minute Physics: What is Touch?

In this quantum world, what does it mean to touch something? Do we really hover above the chairs we're sitting in?

Music by Nathaniel Schroeder http://www.soundcloud.com/drschroeder

A Homeless Polar Bear in London: Ft. Jude Law and Radiohead

http://www.savethearctic.org - Our leaders won't listen to her, but they'll listen to you. What do you have to say to those who want to destroy the Arctic? Tell us in a comment!

Greenpeace, Jude Law, Radiohead and hundreds of thousands of people around the world are coming together to demand we save the Arctic from oil drilling, industrial fishing and militarization. Join us at http://www.savethearctic.org

Key & Peele: Honest Bully

A bully who is very in touch with his emotional issues has a confrontation outside a middle school. From the sketch comedy tv show Key & Peele.

Finding Benjaman

Without a social security number, Benjaman cant get hired or even stay in a homeless shelter. In other words, theres nothing he can do. Hes trapped in a loophole that nobody anticipated. Only legislation on the national level will allow Benjaman to work and have a place to stay.

Norton, Gervais, Depp

Graham Norton, Johnny Depp, Ricky Gervais... :)

The Graham Norton Show: 03/11/2011. London.

Borromean Onion Rings

Borromean Onion Rings, the perfect way to top your Green Bean Matherole! Borromean onion rings were invented by special guest Marc ten Bosch (http://marctenbosch.com).

Also shown are gelatinous cranberry cylinder, bread spheres and butter prism, mathed potatoes, apple pie, and pumpkin tau.

Mine Kafon

Mine Kafon is a wind-powered, low-cost landmine destroying device designed by Afghan designer Massoud Hassani that can roll over the surface of a minefield like a tumbleweed to detonate hidden explosives. Equipped with 70 bamboo sticks and rubber legs, Hassani's device only costs 40 Euros and can sustain up to four explosions, which is far more cost-efficient than the conventional method of mine-removing that can cost over $1,000 per pop.

Horizon: Deepwater Disaster, Untold Story

BBC Horizon 2010 Deepwater Disaster The Untold Story HDTV.

Horizon reveals the untold story of the 87-day battle to kill the Deepwater Horizon oil blowout a mile beneath the waves - a crisis that became America's worst environmental disaster.

Engineers and oil men at the heart of the operation talk for the first time about the colossal engineering challenges they faced and how they had to improvise under extreme pressure.

They tell of how they used household junk, discarded steel boxes and giant underwater cutting shears to stop the oil.

It's an operation that one insider likens to the rescue of Apollo 13.

Last on BBC One, Sat 29 Jan 2011. RT 59:09.

Africa for Norway

You too can donate your radiator and spread some warmth!

Imagine if every person in Africa saw the "Africa for Norway" video and this was the only information they ever got about Norway. What would they think about Norway?

If we say Africa, what do you think about? Hunger, poverty, crime or AIDS? No wonder, because in fundraising campaigns and media that's mainly what you hear about.

The pictures we usually see in fundraisers are of poor African children. Hunger and poverty is ugly, and it calls for action. But while these images can engage people in the short term, we are concerned that many people simply give up because it seems like nothing is getting better. Africa should not just be something that people either give to, or give up on.

The truth is that there are many positive developments in African countries, and we want these to become known. We need to change the simplistic explanations of problems in Africa. We need to educate ourselves on the complex issues and get more focus on how western countries have a negative impact on Africa's development. If we want to address the problems the world is facing we need to do it based on knowledge and respect.

The video is made by The Norwegian Students' and Academics' International Assistance Fund (www.saih.no). With the cooperation of Operation Day's Work (www.od.no). With funding from The Norwegian Agency for Development Cooperation (Norad) and The Norwegian Children and Youth Council (LNU). Music by Wathiq Hoosain. Lyrics by Bretton Woods (www.developingcountry.org). Video by Ikind Productions (www.ikindmedia.com)