Best Ocean Life 2018: Amazing Underwater Marine Life Documentary 2018 is about the life in the oceans in coral reef documentary. Underwater Life in Our Oceans And Seas Documentary 2018 Please SUBSCRIBE & SHARE. Thanks.
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Opioids Epidemic in America Opioid Addiction Explained Documentary 2018 This documentary is about Opiods Epidemic in America and opioid addiction stories. Know how opioid addiction inside the brain works. You must know how do painkillers work before trying them. opioid addiction explained, how do painkillers work The opioid epidemic or opioid crisis is the rapid increase in the use of prescription and non-prescription opioid drugs in the United States and Canada beginning in the late 1990s and continuing throughout the first two decades of the 2000s. Opioids are a diverse class of moderately strong painkillers, including oxycodone (commonly sold under the trade names OxyContin and Percocet), hydrocodone (Vicodin), and a very strong painkiller, fentanyl, which is synthesized to resemble other opiates such as opium-derived morphine and heroin. The potency and availability of these substances, despite their high risk of addiction and overdose, have made them popular both as formal medical treatments and as recreational drugs. Due to their sedative effects on the part of the brain which regulates breathing, opioids in high doses present the potential for respiratory depression, and may cause respiratory failure and death. According to the U.S. Drug Enforcement Administration, "overdose deaths, particularly from prescription drugs and heroin, have reached epidemic levels.":iii Nearly half of all opioid overdose deaths in 2016 involved prescription opioids. From 1999 to 2008, overdose death rates, sales, and substance abuse treatment admissions related to opioid pain relievers all increased substantially. By 2015, annual overdose deaths from heroin alone surpassed deaths from both car accidents and guns, with other opioid overdose deaths also on the rise. Drug overdoses have since become the leading cause of death of Americans under 50, with two-thirds of those deaths from opioids. In 2016, the crisis decreased overall life expectancy of Americans for the second consecutive year. Overall life expectancy fell from 78.7 to 78.6 years. Men were disproportionally more affected due to higher overdose death rates, with life expectancy declining from 76.3 to 76.1 years. Women’s life expectancy remained stable at 81.1 years. In 2016, over 64,000 Americans died from overdoses, 21 percent more than the almost 53,000 in 2015. By comparison, the figure was 16,000 in 2010, and 4,000 in 1999. While death rates varied by state, public health experts estimate that nationwide over 500,000 people could die from the epidemic over the next 10 years. In Canada, half of the overdoses were accidental, while a third was intentional. The remainder were unknown. Many of the deaths are from an extremely potent opioid, fentanyl, which is trafficked from Mexico. The epidemic cost the United States an estimated $504 billion in 2015. CDC director Thomas Frieden said that "America is awash in opioids; urgent action is critical." The crisis has changed moral, social, and cultural resistance to street drug alternatives such as heroin. In March 2017, Larry Hogan, the governor of Maryland, declared a state of emergency to combat the opioid epidemic, and in July 2017 opioid addiction was cited as the "FDA's biggest crisis." On October 26, 2017, President Donald Trump concurred with his Commission's report and declared the country's opioid crisis a "public health emergency." Please SUBSCRIBE & SHARE. Thanks.
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The Internet Revolution and Digital Future Technology Documentary 2018 The history of the Internet begins with the development of electronic computers in the 1950s. Initial concepts of wide area networking originated in several computer science laboratories in the United States, United Kingdom, and France. When the Internet was invented? ARPANET adopted TCP/IP on January 1, 1983, and from there researchers began to assemble the “network of networks” that became the modern Internet. The online world then took on a more recognizable form in 1990, when computer scientist Tim Berners-Lee invented the World Wide Web. When did people start using the Internet? On 6 August 1991, the World Wide Web went live to the world. There was no fanfare in the global press. In fact, most people around the world didn't even know what the Internet was. Even if they did, the revolution the Web ushered in was still but a twinkle in Tim Berners-Lee's eye. When did the Internet originate? Find out here. The internet began life in 1969, when scientists working for the US Advanced Research Projects Agency (ARPA, now known as DARPA) connected computer networks at the University of California and the Stanford Research Institute. Which country first invented the Internet? The internet protocols (TCP/IP) happened following initiatives takes by the US Government. The world-wide-web was invented by a British guy (while working at Cern) This brought us HTTP and websites. His work was inspired by the idea of hypertext. Hypertext as a concept had been bouncing around for a while. What was the original purpose of the Internet? Many people have heard that the Internet began with some military computers in the Pentagon called Arpanet in 1969. ... Bob Taylor, the Pentagon official who was in charge of the Pentagon's Advanced Research Projects Agency Network (or Arpanet) program, insists that the purpose was not military, but scientific. Please SUBSCRIBE & SHARE. https://goo.gl/sGXNEf Watch more documentaries: https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PL4RsTXB1wzLgd26JhZNlNzZJoamgNMzEW
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National Geographic Lions in the jungle. I Predator Lion Pride Documentary 2018 | A Pride of Lions Documentary 2018 Nat Geo Wild Please SUBSCRIBE & SHARE. Thanks. Watch More Lion Documentaries here: https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PL4RsTXB1wzLgIgARMw8dDlHuCfLMLmIFD
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Nuts have been harvested for over eight thousand years despite the often difficult task of cultivating them. Today, technology has eased that process greatly and helped make the industries of a variety of nuts thrive. Many foods which are commonly called nuts aren't actually nuts. Some, like the peanut are legumes and other snacks. The distinguishing difference is that nuts are actually seeds. They can be planted. There is evidence of nut harvesting as far back as 8,000 years ago in Iran. Most of the nut harvesting in the U.S. is currently done in California. Nuts used to be picked from their trees by hands. Not technology has allowed for mechanical shakers. The impact of the shaking can be felt in the ground. Today, technology allows for kernels and other unwanted pieces of walnuts to be removed automatically using lasers to detect the pieces and air sprayers to separate them from the walnuts. These unwanted pieces then get crushed up to be used in baking, ice cream, and for walnut oil. Today walnuts and almonds are California's leading agricultural export. 50% of peanuts produced will go into peanut butter. Peanuts are native to South America. Peanut butter originated in the late 1890s. But it wasn't invented by George Washington Carver. Carver's peanut research did lead to advances that would allow for the invention of peanut butter. Carver did come up with some alternative uses of peanuts. Plumpy'nut is a food product made from peanuts used for relief effort in famined countries. Malnutriented children do not want to eat, but plumpy'nut is a product that they will eat quickly. The product is even better because of its 3+ year shelf life. The macadamia nut has the hardest shell to crack. It takes 300 psi to crack the shell of the nut. Though now machines crack the shells, historically they have been opened with hammers or rocks going back centuries. Only about 15% of the macadamia is edible. Therefore it is expensive to harvest and expensive for consumers. The shells from nuts have many uses. At the macadamia factory they are burnt and used to produce energy from steam. The shells from walnut and used as a substitute in sandblasting equipment and used to clean the spaceshuttle. The coco de mer is the world's largest nut which takes seven years to develop and weighs more than seventy pounds. It only grows on the Seychelles Islands off the coast of Africa and is too heavy to move and so never leaves the island. Pecans are the most famous nut originating in North America. Indigenous varieties exist from Illinois to central Mexico. Pistachios are the youngest commercial nut industry in the U.S. which only began in the 1960s. Previously, Iran was the primary producer. Pistachios must be sorted by hand according to color and size before they are roasted. William Whitehouse as the first person to bring pistachio nuts to the U.S. He smuggled them from Iran in 1930 and then began planting and breeding them. Nut oil can be used as a bio-fuel and used in diesel engines. Today scientists believe there are over 30 million varieties of nuts. Trivia P.T. Barnum began selling peanuts at his travelling circus in the 1870s. Prior, they had only been a snack for soldiers in the American Civil War. The types of walnuts most commonly eatten are the Persian Walnut which are native to southwest China, central and southwest Asia, and the Balkans. The husk of walnuts contains a dark yellow dye that will stain a person's hands (which is quite difficult to get off). The dye is used sometimes in dyeing fabrics. Almond oil is often used by massage therapists as a lubricant. Quotes Almond milk, made from crushed almonds and water, has been a popular drink since the middle ages. But be careful which almonds you use -- in the presence of water, bitter almonds produce the deadly poison cyanide. The 300 pounds per square inch of pressure that are required to crack a macadamia shell is more than eight times the pressure of an average man's grip. Knowing of George Washington's passion for pecans, Thomas Jefferson gave him several pecan seedlings from his Monticello orchard. More than two centuries later, pecan trees still tower over Mount Vernon.
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America's Most Secret Agency Documentary is about the inner workings of National Security Agency or NSA. The National Security Agency (NSA) is a national-level intelligence agency of the United States Department of Defense, under the authority of the Director of National Intelligence. The NSA is responsible for global monitoring, collection, and processing of information and data for foreign intelligence and counterintelligence purposes, specializing in a discipline known as signals intelligence (SIGINT). The NSA is also tasked with the protection of U.S. communications networks and information systems. The NSA relies on a variety of measures to accomplish its mission, the majority of which are clandestine. Originating as a unit to decipher coded communications in World War II, it was officially formed as the NSA by President Harry S. Truman in 1952. Since then, it has become one of the largest U.S. intelligence organizations in terms of personnel and budget. The NSA currently conducts worldwide mass data collection and has been known to physically bug electronic systems as one method to this end. The NSA has also been alleged to have been behind such attack software as Stuxnet, which severely damaged Iran's nuclear program. The NSA, alongside the Central Intelligence Agency (CIA), maintains a physical presence in many countries across the globe; the CIA/NSA joint Special Collection Service (a highly classified intelligence team) inserts eavesdropping devices in high value targets (such as Presidential palaces or embassies). SCS collection tactics allegedly encompass "close surveillance, burglary, wiretapping, [and] breaking and entering". Unlike the CIA and the Defense Intelligence Agency (DIA), both of which specialize primarily in foreign human espionage, the NSA does not publicly conduct human-source intelligence gathering. The NSA is entrusted with providing assistance to, and the coordination of, SIGINT elements for other government organizations - which are prevented by law from engaging in such activities on their own. As part of these responsibilities, the agency has a co-located organization called the Central Security Service (CSS), which facilitates cooperation between the NSA and other U.S. defense cryptanalysis components. To further ensure streamlined communication between the signals intelligence community divisions, the NSA Director simultaneously serves as the Commander of the United States Cyber Command and as Chief of the Central Security Service. The NSA's actions have been a matter of political controversy on several occasions, including its spying on anti-Vietnam-war leaders and the agency's participation in economic espionage. In 2013, the NSA had many of its secret surveillance programs revealed to the public by Edward Snowden, a former NSA contractor. According to the leaked documents, the NSA intercepts and stores the communications of over a billion people worldwide, including United States citizens. The documents also revealed the NSA tracks hundreds of millions of people's movements using cellphones metadata. Internationally, research has pointed to the NSA's ability to surveil the domestic Internet traffic of foreign countries through "boomerang routing". Please SUBSCRIBE & SHARE. Thanks.
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This Saudi Arabia History documentary is about the saudi royal family. The House of Al Saud originates to the 18th century emir, Muhammad ibn Saud, who ruled Arabian Peninsula for over 300 years. The modern House of Saud was established in 1932, when Abd al-Aziz ibn Saud, established the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia as absolute monarch. His descendants are part of the royal family line and eligible to become rulers. King Abd al-Aziz cemented alliances by marrying a daughter of every tribal chief in his realm, producing 45 legitimate sons and having at least 22 wives. King Saud, who had 53 sons and at least 54 daughters. The descendents of King Abd al-Aziz now number in the thousands, many of whom hold important government positions. Before his death, King Abd al-Aziz established a line of succession: Future kings were to be chosen from among his own sons, beginning with the oldest surviving son, Saud, and followed by the second oldest, Faisal. To date, five sons have ruled: Saud (1953-1964), Faisal (1964-1975), Khalid (1975-1982), Fahd (1982-2005), and Abdullah (2005-present). Several of his other sons currently serve in the highest levels of government: Salman, Nayef and Sultan - three of the famous "Sudayri Seven," a close-knit group of seven sons born to a mother from the Sudayri tribe. But most of King Abd al-Aziz's sons are now in their eighties - King Abdullah is eighty-three - and the day will soon come when a Saudi king is chosen from the third generation of the Al Saud. Watch Newest Documentaries on House of Saud https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PL4RsTXB1wzLjZtTKSfsAPg0dL7nTYjdqG House of Saud BBC Documentary 2018| BBC2 Saudi Arabia Documentary السعودية https://youtu.be/Npcp47SqNYU House of Saud BBC Documentary 2018 Episode 1| BBC2 Saudi Arabia Documentary السعودية https://youtu.be/P6Csds77HNE Please SUBSCRIBE & SHARE. Thanks.
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History Channel Great Spy Stories Hitlers Spies History of Spying and Espionage Documentary Please SUBSCRIBE & SHARE. Thanks.
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The fields of medicine (particularly veterinary) and zoology often distinguish a poison from a toxin, and from a venom. Poisons are toxins produced by organisms in nature, and venoms are toxins injected by a bite or sting (this is exclusive to animals). Poisoning can affect the body in different ways, from minor discomfort to long-term organ damage. Lead poisoning, for example, can lead to permanent brain and kidney damage. A caustic or chemical poison can burn the throat and stomach and lead to scarring. Please SUBSCRIBE & SHARE.
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History of Superstitions Documentary Superstition is a pejorative term for any belief or practice that is irrational - i.e., it arises from ignorance, a misunderstanding of science or causality, a positive belief in fate or magic, or fear of that which is unknown. "Superstition" also refers to religious beliefs or actions arising from irrationality. What are the Common Superstitions? Top 13 Superstitions 1. Friday the 13th 2. No umbrellas inside 3. Cross your fingers 4. Make a wish on a wishbone 5. Knock on wood 6. 666 7. Careful with that mirror 8. Bad luck comes in threes 9. A rabbit's foot will bring you luck 10. Black cats crossing your path 11. Don't walk under that ladder! 12. Find a penny, pick it up 13. Beginner's luck Please SUBSCRIBE & SHARE. Thanks.
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The Misfit Lion Documentary 2018 is about the Nsefu Pride of lions lives on the banks of the Luangwa River in Zambia. Experienced lionesses bring up a family of youngsters, but they'll have their work cut out keeping the boisterous youngsters alive. One of the lion cub is abandoned by his mother. This is National Geographic Documentary 2018 and is a must watch for the wildlife animal and lion documentaries lovers. Thanks for watching. Please SUBSCRIBE & SHARE. Here is new episode: https://youtu.be/YAJQdzH3Q8g
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Two big male lions, twin brothers with a powerful bond, have ruled the pride for three years, but there are rivals closing in and the brothers will be pushed to their limits to safeguard their family. The Nsefu Pride of lions lives on the banks of the Luangwa River in Zambia. These six films follow the lives of some of Zambia's most formidable predators - lions, leopards, hyenas and wild dogs. AFRICA’S HUNTERS is an engrossing, character-driven look at the lives of some of Zambia’s most formidable predators – lions, leopards and hyenas. From an audacious, three-year old leopard who has won her first territory but is mercilessly challenged by older rivals, to a misfit lion cub who has finally found his place in the pride, and a clan of hyenas struggling in the grip of drought, life for predators is tough and they must be bold, cunning and strong if they are to make it through harsh times. Using state-of-the-art thermal cameras, we follow characters by night and day, revealing their lives in intimate detail. Please SUBSCRIBE & SHARE. Thanks. Also watch the misfit lions https://youtu.be/fFq1a88kjm0
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Lions vs Giants Nat Geo Wild National Geographic Lions in the jungle is about lions hunting giants in African Jungle. This is a must watch lion documentary. Please SUBSCRIBE & SHARE. Thanks.
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Modern Marvels Magnets Documentary is about amazing magnets history technology. We played with them as children, but the world of magnets isn't kid's stuff! The pervasive magnet serves as the underpinning for much of modern technology. They can be found in computers, cars, phones, VCRs, TVs, vacuum cleaners, the washer and dryer, the ubiquitous refrigerator magnet, and even in an electric guitar! On the cutting edge of technology, scientists experiment with a variety of magnets. Magnets' amazing forces of attraction and repulsion may some day take us to the far reaches of outer space. Please SUBSCRIBE & SHARE. Thanks
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African Jungle Documentary 2018 National Geographics Lions Documentary 2018 is about Lion Brotherhood in the jungle. This is a good wildlife documentary to watch from natgeo wild. National Geographics team has filmed it in Kruger National Park. Please SUBSCRIBE & SHARE. Thanks. Watch More Lion Documentaries here: https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PL4RsTXB1wzLgIgARMw8dDlHuCfLMLmIFD
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