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Mythical Mountains: Crash Course World Mythology #33

Mythical Mountains: Crash Course World Mythology #33

Hi, I’m Mike Rugnetta, this is Crashcourse Mythology and today we’re following up our spelunking episode with some rock-climbing. [[[Thoth in climbing gear?]]] That’s right, today we’re taking on mountains of myth. Big mountains, small mountains, holy mountains, volcanic mountains. Thoth! You got your crampons … on? Excelsior! [Intro] In myth, mountains are mysterious, dangerous, …

Natural Selection – Crash Course Biology #14

Natural Selection – Crash Course Biology #14

Hi, I’m Hank. And I’m a human, but let’s pretend for a moment that I’m a moth. And not just any moth, a peppered moth. Now let’s pretend that I’m living in London in the early 1800s, right as the industrial revolution is starting. Life is swell. My light-colored body lets me blend in with …

Natural Language Processing: Crash Course AI #7

Natural Language Processing: Crash Course AI #7

Thanks to Curiosity Stream for supporting PBS Digital Studios. Hey, I’m Jabril and welcome to Crash Course AI! Language is one of the most impressive things humans do. It’s how I’m transferring knowledge from my brain to yours right this second! Languages come in many shapes and sizes, they can be spoken or written, and …

Natural Law Theory: Crash Course Philosophy #34

Natural Law Theory: Crash Course Philosophy #34

Thomas Aquinas was no dummy. Remember him? The Italian fella? Christian monk? Philosophical superstar of the 13th century? Aquinas thought morality was important for everyone, and that being a good person was a vital part of God’s plan for each of us. But he knew that not everyone had been exposed to the Bible, or …

War & Human Nature: Crash Course World History 204

War & Human Nature: Crash Course World History 204

Hi, I’m John Green, this is Crash Course World History, and today we’re going to respond to your many requests and talk about a controversial subject: War. So here at Crash Course we’re really not that into the history of war, partly because we feel it’s been discussed well elsewhere and partly because we haven’t …