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Can computers be 'creative'? - Science on the Web
We usually think of creativity as a human construct, unique only to us. Computer scientists have been working on the creativity problem for a while and have come up with some amazing creations – from, poop and product designs to painting and poetry.
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Stuff to Blow Your Mind: Epic Science: Face
What does your face say about you? We all give off subtle, non verbal signals to other humans and we don't even think about it. Learn more about facial signals in this video from Stuff to Blow Your Mind.
Stuff to Blow Your Kid's Mind: Gravity
Gravity is the force that holds us on the planet -- but how does it actually work? Join Robert and Julie as they explain how gravity works, and make a handy experiment to demonstrate gravity's effects.
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