The Nightcrawlers – Full Documentary | National Geographic

The Nightcrawlers – Full Documentary | National Geographic

RAFFY: When you drive around the streets of Manila, I don’t remember by place, landmarks, I remember crime scenes. There was one there and there, there. RAFFY: I have to fight becoming numb. That’s why I go to wakes, to funerals. To I guess know more about these victims. Try to find the story. RAFFY:

Seed Dormancy

Seed Dormancy

Spring is just about to get started and with it all kinds of new plant life. Once the soil temperatures have warmed up seeds in the soil will germinate and end their dormancy. Seed dormancy is a mechanism to prevent germination during unsuitable ecological conditions. One important function of this is to allow time for

Xiaolin Zheng: Solar Stickers to Power the World | Nat Geo Live

( intro music ) ( applause ) Good morning. It has been a truly exciting week for me. It’s a very empowering experience for me to get to know my fellow emerging explorers. For me, I’m passionate about energy problems. I hope we can have a sustainable energy future. Growing up in China, in the

Jorge Cervantes: Scarifying Seeds

Jorge Cervantes: Scarifying Seeds

What we have here are a couple of glasses and we’re gonna put these seeds in them here. We’ve got four seeds of Flo from DJ short. Two here and two here. What I’m going to do is take these two and scarify them. What that means is roll them around in this sandpaper and

Designing playgrounds for happier, healthier kids | Sarah Werner Konradi | TEDxMileHigh

Translator: Rosa Rey Reviewer: Peter van de Ven I was an archaeologist at five, biologist at six, chef by seven, and an architect at eight. Yeah, it was a pretty busy childhood in the woods behind my house in North Carolina. I was a little bit of a wild child; so were all of my

Interior Design Trends 2019

Interior Design Trends 2019

Hi guys i’m Zahira Cury from D.Signers Finally our top ten of 2019 interior design trends are here This year we have new trends, not so new trends and trends that made a comeback Here we go with our list and enjoy We’ve come to the end of our list of interior design styles for

The world is poorly designed. But copying nature helps.

The world is poorly designed. But copying nature helps.

In 1989, Japan’s Shinkansen Bullet Train had a problem. It was fast — really fast — like, pushing 170 miles per hour fast. But every time it exited a tunnel — it was loud. The noise was coming from a variety of sources, but whenever a train sped into a tunnel, it pushed waves of

Body Paint Artist Transforms Humans Into Realistic Animals

Body Paint Artist Transforms Humans Into Realistic Animals

COMM: Artist Gesine Marwedel creates intriguing portraits of animals, painted onto human models. GESINE MARWEDEL: It takes around 2 to 4 hours to paint the model, if I paint an animal. If I do a full body painting with ornaments or something like that, or landscapes, it takes up to 7 hours. GESINE MARWEDEL: You

Borneo Death Blow – full documentary

Borneo Death Blow – full documentary

In the remaining jungle of Borneo, lives a tribe of nomadic hunter-gatherers. They’re known for their survival skills and for the deadly poison they use on their blowpipe darts the Penan My name is Raphael Treza. I’m a musician and film-maker I’m going to spend the next three months with the Penan tribe of Malaysia

Plant Based Tattoos from Around the World

Plant Based Tattoos from Around the World

Tattoos have been important for millennia. Otzi, the ice man, whose remains were found in the Alps in 1991 had a total of 61 tattoos covering his body. These tattoos were thought to be intended for pain relief, and he lived somewhere around 5,300 years ago. This picture is a mock up of what he