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Jun 23 2021

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History and QWERTY On June 23, 1868 a patent was granted by the US patent office to C Latham Sholes, Carlos Glidden and Samuel Soule of Milwaukee. While you would likely be familiar with its modern counterpart, the device itself sees very little use today. And yet, that patent changed the world in so many …

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Jun 22 2021

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Jun 21 2021

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PACE: Last Week Tonight with John Oliver John Oliver explains how PACE, a program meant to pay for environmentally-friendly home renovations, is fundamentally flawed and can put people at risk of losing their homes. TMC for ek hornbeck

Jun 20 2021

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Mr. Magoo – Ragtime Bear 1949 First Magoo Cartoon At the Hodge Podge Lodge, a crotchety, near-sighted Mister Magoo takes a banjo-playing bear to be his nephew, Waldo. The first Magoo feature. It was made to show in theaters back in the day. September 1949 (UPA) BobbyK for ek hornbeck

Jun 19 2021

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New Rule: Getting It in the Nuts Bill tells officials in drought-stricken California that it’s time to make a choice about water: getting it in the people, or getting it in the nuts. TMC for ek hornbeck

Jun 18 2021

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The Genius of Charles Darwin – Part 3: God Strikes Back In this final episode Dawkins examines why Darwin’s theory remains one of the most controversial ideas in history. TMC for ek hornbeck

Jun 17 2021

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The Genius of Charles Darwin – Part 2: The Fifth Ape In the second programme Dawkins explains that Darwin’s Theory of Evolution presented a disturbing truth: that humans are animals, asking ‘what does it mean to be evolved’? TMC for ek hornbeck

Jun 16 2021

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The Genius of Charles Darwin – Part 1: Life, Darwin & Everything In the first part of this series, Richard Dawkins retraces Darwin’s journey as a scientist, from the UK via Africa, to America. TMC for ek hornbeck

Jun 15 2021

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Enigma: Breaking the Nazi Code In World War Two one of Germany’s best-kept secrets was the code machine “Enigma.” But this covert weapon would also become one of the greatest tools the Allies used against the Third Reich. British code breakers were behind the greatest campaign of deception in military history, changing the outcome of …

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Jun 14 2021

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Prison Heat: Last Week Tonight with John Oliver John Oliver explains how the failure to air-condition prisons can cause both physical and mental health issues for incarcerated people, and why the solution is simpler than you might think. TMC for ek hornbeck

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