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Stacy McElveen
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What if We Nuke a City?Learn more about nuclear weapons and what you can do to stop them EN: http://www.notonukes.org FR: http://www.sansarmesnucleaires.org ES: http://www.nomasarmasnucleares.org PT: http://www.fimdasarmasnucleares.org DE: http://www.neinzuatomwaffen.org AR: http://www.notonukes.org/ar RU: http://www.notonukes.org/ru CH: http://www.notonukes.org/zh Spread the word and use the following Hashtags: EN: #nuclearban FR: #nuclearban ES: #nomasarmasnucleares PT: #fimdasarmasnucleares Sources: https://sites.google.com/view/nuclearweapons/ As you may have noticed, we like to blow stuff up on this channel. So when the International Red Cross approached us to collaborate on a video about nuclear weapons, we were more than excited. Until we did the research. It turned out we were a bit oblivious off the real impact of nuclear weapons in the real world, on a real city. And especially, how helpless even the most developed nations on earth would be if an attack occurred today. So hopefully this video demonstrates how extremely non fun a real world nuclear attack would be, without being too gruesome. This collaboration was a blast (no pun intended) and we want to say a huge thank you to the International Red Cross! Support us on Patreon so we can make more videos (and get cool stuff in return): https://www.patreon.com/Kurzgesagt?ty=h Steady: https://steadyhq.com/de/kurzgesagt Merchandise:  https://shop.kurzgesagt.org Newsletter: http://eepurl.com/cRUQxz Facebook: http://bit.ly/1NB6U5O Twitter: http://bit.ly/2DDeT83 Instagram: http://bit.ly/2DEN7r3 Discord: https://discord.gg/cB7ycdv The Voice of Kurzgesagt: Steve Taylor: http://voice-pool.com/en/english/ The music of the video here: Soundcloud: https://bit.ly/2VGlsMT Bandcamp: https://bit.ly/32eadO8 Youtube: https://bit.ly/2CZ6PeN Facebook: http://bit.ly/2qW6bY4 THANKS A LOT TO OUR LOVELY PATRONS FOR SUPPORTING US:Robin Laffin, Oliver Hume, Christine Kelly, Marcin Batkowski, Zsolt László, Phil Sim, Christian Bugay, Ryan Hatten, Not_A_hack206, Jacobo21, Claudia Green, Angus Fletcher, Kael pennington, Viggo, Shannon Henderson, Vaulth, Michael Federczuk, leonardo, Charles Collins, Ekaterina Elliott, 曼華 呂, Toysaurus, Adrian Fedoreanu, Julio Aguilar, Jon Anderson, Huey Ly, Mihailo Ilić, Howard, Cherish sabotta, Brooke Ely, Sean Kennedy, G A, Sergey Kalabin, Arthur Crepin-Leblond, natreom, Kareem Kwong, mutasif, Thibaut, Alex Moores, Adam Grant, Jack Yi, Alejandro, Elliott Beane, Kevin Chen, Cheyenne, Lars-Håkon, Graham Burdon, ClarkKent10, Guilherme Melo, Reality Check, Jaren, Lichthammer, Celia Morales, Romain-Alexis Bouche, 竹鴻 柯, Jacky Damache, Michael Loughry, Luluyuan, Joshua Franklin, Spas Kerimov, Willy, Devin Canterberry, Gordon Schoenfeld, Renjie Tsai, Jan Dechmann, Vrtoschko, GIGAMOLE, MacAllister Mouser, Francesco MUREDDU, ExtremeMendoksai, Meredith Halberstadt, William O'Toole, Dmitry Chopey, Jared GERAETS, Tiziano Santoro, Cheyanne Perryman, Alexander Vallera, Timothy F, sparkierjules, Rodrigo Soto, Aaron Torres, Eduardo Rocha, Daniel, Junior Kruger, Danielle Walraven, Dominic Fischer, User01, Josh Hoppes, Ozaiy, Tim drake
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10 Best Electric Shavers - 2019Choosing a single product is a tough job when you have a lot of options to choose from in the market. That’s why we have compiled a list of Top 10 Best Electric Shavers 2019. So you can have a look at the best and choose the one which suits your skin type and facial hairs. There are plenty of out there, few are good when it comes to close shaving while few are good at comfortable shaving. Which one should you choose? We’ll figure it out soon! It is a very personal decision when it comes to choosing an electric shaver. To be honest, there is not any best electric shaver which I can recommend you. There are some factors to be considered before purchasing an electric shaver. Those factors are shaver’s nature, features, style, design, and comfort. That’s why it is not going to be an easy decision. Our top 10 list takes a look at the Best Electric Shavers available, from the shaving experience to the comfort level. And this list will help you to choose the electric shaver which suits you the most. I recommend you to read our Electric Shaver Buying guide below before making a purchase. Below is the table which shows the top 10 best electric shavers 2019. Each and every shaver is chosen by our specialist reviewers. Well, now without wasting any further time, let’s jump on to our top 10 best electric shavers list. Braun Series 7 790CC – Rocking the market since 2010 Braun Series 9 9095CC – The latest launched electric shaver of Braun Panasonic ES-LV95 – Best Electric Shaver in Terms of Features and Value Philips Norelco SensoTouch 3D – Best Rotary Shaver for Head and Beard Panasonic Arc 4 – Budget friendly and Close shaving provider Wahl Professional 8061 – Best Electric Shaver for Sensitive Skin Philips Norelco AT830 – Affordable and Most popular Electric Shaver Braun Series 3 ProSkin 3040s – Best Electric Shaver for Ease of Access Remington F5-5800 – Budget Electric Shaver (Under $50) Panasonic Arc 3 – Advanced and 3-Blade Cordless Electric Shaver
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Our Obsession With Sleeping Well Is Stopping Us From SleepingFor many of us, a midweek morning routine consists of a couple of alarm snoozes, a fairly lengthy Instagram scroll, a cup of PG Tips and a hefty dose of dry shampoo. But for 29-year-old London-based yoga teacher Indi, it’s a different story. For the last three months, Indi’s routine on waking has been to check her smartwatch for feedback on how she’d slept. She’d then feel frustrated and inevitably exhausted for the rest of the day as the stats on the screen glaringly told her she’d had just four hours and 41 minutes of 'deep sleep'.Indi says she bought her fitness tracking watch to measure her activity levels but, having always been a poor sleeper, decided to give its slumber tracking credentials a go. In the last few years she's tried everything from the science-approved (meditation) to the more holistic (think: valerian root supplements, CBD, moon milk) but nothing’s worked. "I thought my watch would help me," she says, "but it ended up having the opposite effect."She says the stats were interesting at first but quickly became an obsession. "I found myself under pressure to fall asleep and stay asleep, just so it would show good results. It was stressful knowing something was there monitoring my sleep. I was constantly waking up and conscious of not moving around too much when I was in bed." At around the three-week mark, Indi noticed the quantity, and quality, of her sleep had plummeted.Like Indi, us Brits have become a nation obsessed with our snooze time and business is booming, not just in the sleep tracker department. According to a 2017 report, the sleep-health industry is worth $40bn, growing by more than 8% globally every year. From £500 breath-synced sleep robots to thermo-regulating PJs and soothing smart rings, the latest insomnia-busting tech promises the perfect night’s sleep. Millions of us are tuning into meditation app Calm’s Sleep Stories on a nightly basis; Blue Gold, the app’s most popular slumber-inducing fable, narrated by Stephen Fry, has been listened to over 15 million times.If your sleep tracker tells you you’ve had four hours of poor quality sleep – even if the truth is far from this – the chances are this will psychologically impact your mood, energy levels and productivity the following day.But as gadgets proliferate, so do concerns. Like hitting your daily steps or counting macros on MyFitnessPal, sleep has fast become yet another metric we’re tracking via our tech, and it appears we may be taking it a little too seriously. Meet: orthosomnia, a term coined in a 2017 case report in the Journal of Clinical Sleep Medicine. The word stems from 'ortho' meaning straight or correct, and 'somnia' meaning sleep. In short, it’s a condition affecting those who obsess over their sleep. The researchers chose the term, they write, "because the perfectionist quest to achieve perfect sleep is similar to the unhealthy preoccupation with healthy eating, termed orthorexia".Like orthorexia, orthosomnia is not yet a recognised disorder, although Dr Nicola Barclay, lecturer in sleep medicine at the University of Oxford, believes the tide is turning. "Orthosomnia is a genuine condition and a real worry, especially as people rely increasingly on sleep trackers, most of which are wildly inaccurate, giving a very poor estimate of your real sleep. If your sleep tracker tells you you’ve had four hours of poor quality sleep – even if the truth is far from this – the chances are this will psychologically impact your mood, energy levels and productivity the following day. It’s this reliance that creates a vicious cycle and will negatively impact on your sleep," she explains.Barclay’s other issue with sleep trackers is their inability to decipher individual sleep needs. "We’ve become fixated on eight hours of sleep as the Holy Grail but this is a counterproductive fixation. The majority of us need between six-and-a-half to eight hours' sleep every night, but it’s not the case for everyone. Some might only need four or five hours." Plus, you might not actually be as sleep deprived as the headlines say. We may not get enough quality sleep, but the average nightly slumber hasn’t changed much over the last 100 years – around seven hours has been the average for decades.So should we ditch the sleep tracker? Quite possibly. Orthosomnia appears to be one symptom of an industry that has left us mere mortals with more data than we know what to do with. If you already suffer from insomnia, it could be a recipe for disaster. Barclay explains that the typical insomniac is a type-A personality, and daily stats reminding you of your sleep shortcomings may well exacerbate these perfectionist tendencies.If you think you may be suffering from orthosomnia, it pays to go back to basics. Dr Julius Bourke, consultant neuropsychiatrist at Re:Cognition Health, emphasises the importance of establishing a solid sleep routine without a sleep tracker. "Stop relying on tech and create consistency in the run-up to bedtime. A bath, bedtime story and lullaby is a classic example of a good routine – remember we all had to learn to sleep the way we expect to as adults. Our brains respond well to these cues, whether we are infants or adults." His number one tip? Aim for the same 'lights out' time every night and set your alarm for the same time each morning – no weekend lie-ins allowed (these can wreak havoc with circadian rhythms, FYI).Is there ever a place for a sleep tracker? The jury’s out. Both Barclay and Bourke say a certain level of number crunching can be beneficial to those looking to brush up on their sleep hygiene, just be sure to take any 'sleep scores' with a pinch of salt. A healthier, and arguably more sustainable practice, is to keep a sleep diary, monitoring snooze patterns and behaviour with, believe it or not, a pen and paper. You heard it here first.Like what you see? How about some more R29 goodness, right here?What Is Wilderness Therapy & How Can It Help YouWhen Women Get Called 'Sensitive' It's Not A Compliment, But It Should Be5 Women With PTSD Describe What It's Like To Live With
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DANCE IT OUTThere's some things you better not think about. if you HAVE to buy SOMETHING, then support LOCAL BUSINESS with a grass roots, mom and pop, VALUE SELECT t-shirt. TUNICS: https://represent.com/valueselect Only TWO DAYS LEFT. I do all the editing and writing myself, your support helps me SURVIVE another DAY. I just learned that I 100% lost any chance of being a success on this platform by SHUNNING ADS, because the ELITES here will only champion the VIDS that'll make THEIR SITE more SHEKKELS. So if NETFLIX ain't doing it for you anymore, I WILL baby, I'll do it for you. Delete your EXPENSIVE subscription, and become a LUXURY PATRON to YOUR BOY. The support is directly sourced to me. The higher my patron count, means the higher my perceived status within the dominance hierarchy, means the more bold I become unconsciously, means a richer SOUL with which to summon forth FUNNY TV SHOW. (my nervous system is hooked straight into this digital platform for better or worse, so you should know your insightful/funny comments really do make me feel a more fulfilled man, no joke) PATREON: https://www.patreon.com/valueselect Enjoy fine dining and vintage wines in the HALLS OF BROTHERHOOD of the VALUE SELECT BROTHERHOOD. If you feel quieted by society as I often do, it's a good place to come and speak plainly about WHATEVER you'd like, and exalt yourself in the good company of likeminded folk. DISCORD: https://discord.gg/tPt4QS3 WORD OF MOUTH IS HOW WE WILL ASCEND FROM THE UNKNOWN SLUMS OF CYBER HELL YOUTUBE. Blessing of strength to you my brothers! The daily grind continues!
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The Weird World in RGBYou can support this channel on Patreon! Link below Have you ever wondered why the word looks so weird? Wait. Weird as in, like, all the time? Of course! We live in a weird world! But light, though! What about weird light? Ahhh, that's what this video is all about. This is the strangest vid. description I've written in a while. Cool. Alright, so now here's the part where some links go: The all-important second channel discussion; https://youtu.be/gN5TSzRUxKk Technology Connections on Twitter: https://twitter.com/TechConnectify The TC Subreddit https://www.reddit.com/r/technologyconnections Technology Connections 2 (the channel where I sometimes talk about stuff and generally don’t prepare for anything): https://www.youtube.com/channel/UClRwC5Vc8HrB6vGx6Ti-lhA You can support this channel on Patreon! It has been amazing what Patreon has done for this channel, but also for me (your dorky host) personally. Through the support of people just like you, Technology Connections has become my job and I am so excited and thankful for it! If you’d like to join the fine folks in a pledge to help the channel stay as weird as it is (and maybe, just maybe, get even weirder!), please check out my Patreon page. Thank you for your consideration! https://www.patreon.com/technologyconnections And of course, thank you to the following patrons! Paul Robins, David Riediger, Les, Keenan Finucan, funcrusher, Ian Clanton-Thuon, Ryan Pratt, Don Nguyen, Gregory Knott, Paul Newton, Greg Golds, Robbert van Rijsewijk, Theo Keeler, Travis Hagen, Albizu Garcia , Tyler Alberico, Benjamin Ratner, Doug Davenport, Paul Sharp, Craig Brickey, Zidy, Justin Trout, Brandon, John Galus, Karl Kornel, Danila Fediashchin, KD, Sound Board, Adam, Zach Rose, Arvin Prasetya Wiranata, Patryk Majewski, Chris & Brigette Rodriguez, Mattis Målbakken, Dirk Lembens, WB, AmbientCyan, Sam Calandra, Wolfgang Gschwendtner, qzb, William Preston, Dave Treadwell, Stuart Stanfield, Howard Longden, Christopher Olson, Kor Nielsen, Adrian Hunziker, Kori Fulgham, Stephen Amar, Bryce, Andy Holzhammer, Ethan Mears, Eli Rueda, Jon Clegg, David Jeroslow, Ian Hills, Charles MacDonald, Andrew, Tim Jones, Chris Burger, Paul, Phil E, AnsulFolf, c sporn, Zachary Kordenbrock, Roy Burns, Ian Spence, Mike A, Brandon Dean, Alex Dodge, hipp1eguy, Blake Kwasnicki, Mick Carroll, Justin Derleth, El Jefe, mrjoro, NEON725, Bree Asher, Emily Eisenberg, Mark Christian, Dylan Leblanc, Samuel, Brad Rustvold, Megan Turcotte, LGR, Jeffrey Frasure, kn0tsin, Pedro Soto, Michael Gooden, David Wulff, Dan Ryan, Max, Fredrik Lindroth, Michael Riegel, Paul Kavanagh, Tarocco, AFIFI, Zane Finley, Isaac Clarke, Sean Hearrell, Christopher Macdonald, Selectric, Hamrat, Adam De Witt, Keithius, Sönke Schlüter, Julian Haldenby, Seb Bacanu, Mauricio Lara, Hunter Thornsberry, Austin C Borger, Gabe Cook, Anapan, S0N0S, Sonic Ether, mike quick, Adam, Lucas, microserf, Daniel Kraut, Patrick Williams, André Gil da Costa, Paul Han, jacob topkok, Luka Sanzin, Peter Hillier, PeterH, Gus, William Holt, Grant Campau, Else, Michael Dunn, Rin, Cameron Workman, Richard Hicks, Matthew Foulks, Mike Roach, Simon Janssen, Jorge Caballero, Claude Dion, Kyle Messner, Mainstream, Matthew Schwartz, gs, ashka, Mr. Yan, Matthias Feist, RedR0ze, adan c, Thomas Fuchs, Ralph, Alan Holland, Philipp Doppelhofer, Dan Boulden
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