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The ferocious predatory dinosaurs of Cretaceous Sahara – Nizar Ibrahim
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The ferocious predatory dinosaurs of Cretaceous Sahara – Nizar Ibrahim

There are few places on Earth less hospitable to life than the bone-dry Sahara Desert. Yet it wasn’t always this way. 100 million years ago, during a period known as the Mid-Cretaceous, a gargantuan river system flowed across the region

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The princess who rewrote history – Leonora Neville
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The princess who rewrote history – Leonora Neville

Alexios Komnenos, Byzantine emperor, led his army to meet the Scythian hordes in battle. For good luck, he carried one of the holiest relics in Christendom: the veil that had belonged to the Virgin Mary. Unfortunately, it didn’t help. Not

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Ugly History: Japanese-American internment camps – Densho
The Evolution of Inclusion: The past and future of education
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The Evolution of Inclusion: The past and future of education

Welcome to Five Moore Minutes! Useful videos in five minutes or less that support the teaching and learning of ALL students. I am your host Shelley Moore, and today’s topic is The Evolution of Inclusion! OK, so remember the dots,

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A brief history of chess – Alex Gendler
A brief history of banned numbers – Alessandra King
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A brief history of banned numbers – Alessandra King

They say the pen is mightier than the sword, and authorities have often agreed. From outlawed religious tracts and revolutionary manifestos to censored and burned books, we know the potential power of words to overturn the social order. But as

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The treadmill’s dark and twisted past – Conor Heffernan
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The treadmill’s dark and twisted past – Conor Heffernan

The constant thud underneath your feet, the constrained space, and the monotony of going nowhere fast. It feels like hours have gone by, but it’s only been eleven minutes, and you wonder, “Why am I torturing myself? This thing has

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