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Brian Greene: Why is our universe fine-tuned for life?
Metal molds in sand. How are ancestors used to do it.
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Empathy, cooperation, fairness and reciprocity are shared traits
agriculture has become the largest driver of climate change, biodiversity loss and environmental destruction.
ways to merge biology and technology in our own bodies.
Freediving World Champion Will Trubridge champions world’s rarest dolphin.
hidden world that underpins our own food chain.
Daniel Schnitzer: Inventing is the easy part
the bygone way of life on a UNESCO protected island off Croatia.
Pebble Mine in Bristol Bay, Alaska
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Don't disturb the animals...
innovative architectural, urban and landscape design to ensure a sustainable future
An anteater will appear to know kung fu when threatened.
How are ancestors used to do it. Inspired by a childhood spent on the beaches of Cornwall building castles, boats and tunnels in the sand, Max Lamb decided to return to his favourite beach at Caerhays on the south coast of Cornwall to produce a stool using a primitive form of sand-casting. Molten pewter was poured into a sand mould sculpted directly into the beach by hand, and once cooled the sand was dug away to reveal a pewter stool. By Max Lamb.
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