34 minutes

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No Safety Net

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Here’s a quiet young man and friends, with a passion you won’t believe! Today’s story will expand your idea of what’s possible for us too!

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14 minutes

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The Balance Goddess

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Here’s yet another extraordinary person with her own take on finding balance. This is so mesmerizing that you may have to relax yourself when it’s over!

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16 minutes

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What is Wilderness?

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Breathtaking photography and remarkable technology may conspire to save the last remaining wilderness places in the world. See what that looks like today on EWC.

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6 minutes

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The Himalayas from 20,000 Feet

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Sometimes on EWC, we don’t have a “bigger message.” Sometimes, we just want to bring you a little wonder, like today’s trip to the Himalayas from 20,000 feet.

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23 minutes

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Monica Lewinsky Can Teach Us a Lot

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If shame and fear were only minor players in the news media, we’d be looking at blank screens about 90% of the time. Monica Lewinsky has some really important insights on this. We were blown away by this TED Talk.

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11 minutes

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Stomp, Percussion Performance at Its Best: “Brooms”

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You might have heard of the dance/percussion group known as Stomp, but have you ever seen them in action? Today, EWC has a treat for you as we bring you a 9-minute performance of Stomp’s “Brooms!”

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21 minutes

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Struggling Successfully: 5 Phrases for Your Future

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Here’s someone who reminds us that (as he says): “If your dreams aren’t scaring you, then you are not dreaming big enough.”

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19 minutes

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Stop! In the Name of Science!

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Today on Ever Widening Circles’ featured Radio Lab episode, we look at how Harvard University professor Lene Vestergaard Hau and her team managed to slow down light’s movement and speed.

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4 minutes

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Why is the Sky Blue?

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One of the world’s most Googled questions is “Why is the sky blue?” and today, you get that answered in less than 4 minutes!

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19 minutes

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NPR’s Tiny Desk Concert Series

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What are your music tastes? Check out your favorites up close and personal and try out the best of other genres intimately in NPR’s Tiny Desk Concert Series!

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14 minutes

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Fun With Levitation: A Do-It-Yourself Guide

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Levitation. Think it’s possible? Today we look at Tokyo artist Haryashi Natsumi’s incredible levitation photography work on top of some of our own, as well as a quick “how-to” video so you can join in the fun when we challenge you to share your own wonderful photography technique that anyone can do with a friend anywhere.

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14 minutes

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The Best Strobe Photography Ever!

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Today we look at the fascination of strobe photography and slow motion video, thanks to the master works of pioneer Harold Edgerton.

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9 minutes

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A Valentine Anytime, To Someone You Love

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Do you have a friend, lover, family member who means the world to you, and yet you feel at a loss for words to convey that? Here’s something you can send to a person with whom you feel this deep connection. Don’t wait for Valentines Day.

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22 minutes

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Can We Increase Our Creativity?

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We all enjoy those rare moments when a long held hunch becomes a huge break-through. But what if there were ways to increase the power of our hunches? Find out more in today’s EWC feature.

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8 minutes

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Sculptures We Can Connect With

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Whether you’re an art fan or not, you’re going to really enjoy today’s feature: sculptures from across the world that we can ALL actually connect with!

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9 minutes

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Bewildering Badminton: The Fastest Sport

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What’s the fastest, most bewilderingly strenuous sport in the world?! It turns out the answer – badminton – will surprise you as to why when we look at the science of the sport.

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5 minutes

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Why Are Some Sounds Scary?

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Have you ever woken with a start in the night, or been filled with dread at the sound of a creaking door? What causes this? Find out in today’s feature.

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6 minutes

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Captivating Creations: Snowflake

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Have you ever stopped to appreciate the intricacy of a single snowflake and its formation? We bet you will after seeing today’s video.

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7 minutes

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DeflateGate Deflated with Science

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With Super Bowl XLIX behind us, questions still linger about “DeflateGate,” but is there really anything newsworthy here? The science is fascinatingly simple.

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7 minutes

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Heard of ISS? The Incredible International Space Station

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The ISS is the most incredible feat of mankind and most of us barely know a thing about it!… Learn the wonder here today.

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6 minutes

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“I Live My Life in (Ever) Widening Circles”

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Have you ever wondered where we got the phrase for our site, “Ever Widening Circles?” Dr. Lynda explains the inspiration and as a bonus reads the poem aloud in tonight’s grab bag feature.

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