February 28, 2020
  • 11:58 pm 700+ tour mosque in Raleigh to learn about Islam
  • 10:58 pm Anglo Saxon Pre-Christian Religion
  • 7:58 pm Relaxing ASMR massage & limpia espiritual (healing aura cleansing ritual) with Doña Rosa
  • 6:58 pm আল্লাহু আল্লাহু মন বলে বারে বার | New Islamic Song | Damama Shilpigosthi | New Song | Ibrahim Tv24
  • 6:58 pm Allah Knows – English Islamic Nasheed | Masud Parvej (MSD) | MSD Recordings

Hi, I’m John Green, this is Crash Course World History and today we’re going to return to medieval times. Mr. Green? Mr. Green? Finally, we get to watch jousting and eat with our hands and root for the Blue Knight. Yeah, No, Me from the Past, for starters, Medieval Times doesn’t closely reflect Europe in […]

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Cultures, Subcultures, and Countercultures: Crash Course Sociology #11

How many cultures are there in the world? We’ve talked a lot about the things that make a culture a culture – things like norms and symbols and languages. But we haven’t really discussed how you lump all those little things together and say, yes, these are the things that belong together – these things […]

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The Problem of Evil: Crash Course Philosophy #13

Crash Course Philosophy is brought to you by Squarespace Squarespace: share your passion with the world. Why is the sky blue? Which came first: orange the color or orange the fruit? And why is C3PO afraid of everything? Like, who decided it was a good idea to teach a droid to experience fear? There are […]

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Congressional Leadership: Crash Course Government and Politics #8

Hi, I’m Craig and this is Crash Course Government and Politics, and today we’re going to examine the leadership structure of Congress! I know, pretty exciting stuff! Now calm down, let me explain. [Theme Music] Are you ready to talk about Congressional leadership? You better be. So, the Congressional leadership are the Congresspersons with titles […]

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75 Things That Will Restore Your Faith In The Internet | Try Guys Live!

[Applause], [News music] Good evening VidCon and welcome to the closing night finale performance. I’m Cameo McCamerson In world news tonight as usual things appear to be insurmountably terrible, especially online. What was once a delightful digital paradise, bringing people of all backgrounds together has now descended into a perpetual dumpster fire, tearing us all […]

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The Roman Empire. Or Republic. Or…Which Was It?: Crash Course World History #10

Hi, I’m John Green; this is Crash Course World History and today we’re going to learn about the Roman Empire, which of course began when two totally nonfictional twins, Romulus and Remus, who’d been raised by wolves, founded a city on seven hills. Mr Green, Mr Green, what… what does SPQR stand for? It means […]

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The Renaissance: Was it a Thing? – Crash Course World History #22

Hi, I’m John Green, This is Crash Course: World History and today we’re going to talk about something that ought to be controversial: The Renaissance. So you probably already know about the Renaissance thanks to the work of noted teenage mutant ninja turtles Leonardo, Michelangelo, Donatello, and Raphael. But that isn’t the whole story. Mr. […]

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World War II: Crash Course World History #38

Hi, I’m John Green. This is Crash Course World History and today we’re going to talk about World War II. Finally, a war with some color film! So, here at Crash Course we try to make history reasonably entertaining, and fortunately, World War II was hilarious…said no one ever. Mr. Green, Mr. Green! Is this, […]

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The Protestant Reformation: Crash Course European History #6

Hi I’m John Green, this is Crash Course European History. And today it’s time to find out what else besides money was behind the competition between Spain and England as they fought it out on the seas and across the globe after 1550. That’s right, today we get to talk about religion. As you may […]

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India: Crash Course History of Science #4

You might have recognized the names of some of the Greek natural philosophers. They were individuals with quirky theories, and we have records about them. But they weren’t the only people making knowledge back in the day. India had major urban centers, centralized administrative states, and complicated metaphysical traditions long before the Greeks had anything […]

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