

Robin Williams portrays the American flag in "I Love Liberty," a twohour television special created by Norman Lear and presented by People For the American Way.
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When this dog hurt her spine, no one thought she'd walk again but she proved them all wrong Now she's helping other dogs.


Matts girlfriend Ginny gets taken to the movie theater to see "Fast Five". After a preview for the Hangover 2, a trailer for a movie comes on. A trailer Matt made of her father and him where he ask her father for her hand in marriage. After he gives Matt permission, Matt raced off to the theater she is at to ask her to marry him.
What she doesn't know is their familiy and friends are in the theater with her watching the whole thing, along with about 100 strangers ;)
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You wonâ€™t believe these amazing machines and ingenious tools.
These machine tools are on another level


PAMPERED POOCH Luigi Maestro owns a fleet of doggy sized supercars that many New Yorkers would only dream of. The fiveyearold Shih Tzu is the proud owner of a Bentley, a Ferrari, a Porsche and a Beemer and he likes nothing more than to cruise around the streets of New York with the top down. Luigi's car collection costs a whopping $1,500 but owner Anisha Lakhani, is more than happy to splash the cash on her beloved pet.


This is about a lady who lives in Arkadelphia , AR. She gave CPR to a
chicken. She was on the Tonight Show, same night Terry Bradshaw
was on the show. Never has anyone had more fun and laughs than
Bradshaw on this clip. If you need a good laugh, this will do it, I
promise!!! Be sure to watch Bradshaw, too... Also, be sure your sound
is on. This is too funny for words.. The lady is a born comic and
Terry Bradshaws reaction is worth watching!
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Watch these Cute young dancers. Sort of...
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Smitty must watch Marmaduke. I told you so.
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She tries to sing the day we went to the zoo nursery rhyme but can't seem to get the words right.
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The logistic map connects fluid convection, neuron firing, the Mandelbrot set and so much more.
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what's the connection between a dripping faucet the Mandelbrot set a population of rabbits thermal convection in a fluid and the firing of neurons in your brain it's this one simple equation this video is sponsored by fast hosts who are offering UK viewers the chance to win a trip to South by Southwest if they can answer my question at the end of this video so stay tuned for that let's say you want to model a population of rabbits if you have X rabbits this year how many rabbits will you have next year well the simplest model I can imagine is where we just multiplied by some number the growth rate R which could be say 2 and this would mean the population would double every year and the problem with that is it means the number of rabbits would grow exponentially forever so I can add the term 1 minus X to represent the constraints of the environment and here I'm imagining the population X is a percentage of the theoretical maximum so it goes from 0 to 1 and as it approaches that maximum then this term goes to 0 and that constrains the population so this is the logistic map xn plus 1 is the population next year and xn is the population this year and if you graph the population next year versus the population this year you see it is just an inverted parabola it's the simplest equation you can make that has a negative feedback loop the bigger the population gets over here the smaller it'll be the following year so let's try an example let's say we're dealing with a particularly active group of rabbits so R equals two point six and then let's pick a starting population of 40% of the maximum so point four and then times 1 minus 0.4 and we get 0.62 four okay so the population increased in the first year but what we're really interested in is the long term behavior of this population so we can put this population back into the equation and to speed things up you can actually type two point six times answer times one  answer get point six one so the population dropped a little hit it again point six one nine point six one three point six one seven point six one five point six one six point six one five and if I keep hitting Enter here you see that the population doesn't really change it has stabilized which matches what we see in the wild populations often remain the same as long as births and deaths are balanced now I want to make a graph of this iteration you can see here that it's reached an equilibrium value of point six one five now what would happen if I change the initial population I'm just going to move this slider here and what you see is the first few years change but the equilibrium population remains the same so we can basically ignore the initial population so what I'm really interested in is how does this equilibrium population vary depending on are the growth rate so as you can see if I lower the growth rate the equilibrium population decreases that makes sense and in fact if R goes below one well then the population drops and eventually goes extinct so what I want to do is make another graph where on the x axis I have R the growth rate and on the y axis I'm plotting the equilibrium population the population you get after many many many generations okay for low values of R we see the populations always go extinct so the equilibrium value is zero but once our hits 1 the population stabilizes on to a constant value and the higher R is the higher the equilibrium population so far so good but now comes the weird part once our passes three the graph splits in two why what's happening well no matter how many times you iterate the equation it never settles on to a single constant value instead it oscillates back and forth between two values one year the population is higher the next year lower and then the cycle repeats the cyclic nature of populations is observed in nature too one year there might be more rabbits and then fewer the next year and more again the year after as our continues to increase the fork spreads apart and then each one splits again now instead of oscillating back and forth between two values populations go through a four year cycle before repeating since the length of the cycle or period has doubled these are known as period doubling bifurcation z' and as R increases further there are more period doubling bifurcation z' they come faster and faster leading to cycles of 8 16 32 64 and then at R equals three point five seven chaos the population never settles down at all it bounces around as if at random in fact this equation provided one of the first methods of generating random numbers on computers it was a way to get something unpredictable from a deterministic machine there is no pattern here no repeating of course if you did know the exact initial conditions you could calculate the values exactly so they are considered only pseudorandom numbers now you might expect the equation to be chaotic from here on out but as R increases order returns there are these windows of stable periodic behavior amid the chaos for example at R equals 3 point 8 3 there is a stable cycle with a period of 3 years and as R continues to increase it splits into 6 12 24 and so on before returning to chaos in fact this one equation contains periods of every length 3750 1052 whatever you like if you just have the right value are looking at this bifurcation diagram you may notice that it looks like a fractal the largescale features look to be repeated on smaller and smaller scales and sure enough if you zoom in you see that it is in fact a fractal arguably the most famous fractal is the Mandelbrot set the plot twist here is that the bifurcation diagram is actually part of the Mandelbrot set how does that work well quick recap on the Mandelbrot set it is based on this iterated equation so the way it works is you pick a number C any number in the complex plane and then start with Z equals 0 and then iterate this equation over and over again if it blows up to infinity well then the number C is not part of the set but if this number remains finite after unlimited iterations well then it is part of the Mandelbrot set so let's try for example C equals 1 so we've got 0 squared plus 1 equals 1 then 1 squared plus 1 equals 2 2 squared plus 1 equals 5 5 squared plus 1 equals 26 so pretty quickly you can see that with C equals 1 this equation is going to blow up so the number 1 is not part of the Mandelbrot set what if we try C equals negative 1 well then we've got 0 squared minus 1 equals negative 1 negative 1 squared minus 1 equals 0 and so we're back to 0 squared minus 1 equals negative 1 so we see that this function is going to keep oscillating back and forth between negative 1 and 0 and so it'll remain finite and so C equals negative 1 is part of the Mandelbrot set now normally when you see pictures of the Mandelbrot set it just shows you the boundary between the numbers that cause this iterated equation to remain finite and those that cause it to blow up but it doesn't really show you how these numbers stay finite so what we've done here is actually iterated that equation thousands of times and then plotted on the z axis the value that that iteration actually takes so if we look from the side what you'll actually see is the bifurcation diagram it is part of this Mandelbrot set so what's really going on here well what this is showing us is that all of the numbers in the main cardioid they end up stabilizing on to a single constant value but the numbers in this main bulb will they end up oscillating back and forth between two values and in this bulb they end up oscillating between four values they've got a period of four and then eight and then 16 32 and so on and then you hit the chaotic part the chaotic part of the bifurcation diagram happens out here on what's called the needle of the Mandelbrot set where the Mandelbrot set gets really thin and you can see this medallion here that looks like a smaller version of the entire Mandelbrot set well that corresponds to the window of stability in the bifurcation plot with a period of three now the bifurcation diagram only exists on the real line because we only put real numbers into our equation but all of these bulbs off of the main cardioid well they also have periodic cycles of for example 3 or 4 or 5 and so you see these repeated ghostly images if we look in the z axis effectively they're oscillating between these values as well personally I find this extraordinarily beautiful but if you're more practically minded you may be asking but does this equation actually model populations of animals and the answer is yes particularly in the controlled environment scientists have set up in labs what I find even more amazing is how this one simple equation applies to a huge range of totally unrelated areas of science the first major experimental confirmation came from a fluid dynamicists named Lib Taber he created a small rectangular box with mercury inside and he used a small temperature gradient to induce convection just two counterrotating cylinders of fluid inside his box that's all the box was large enough for and of course he couldn't look in and see what the fluid was doing so he measured the temperature using a probe in the top and what he saw was a regular spike a periodic spike in the temperature that's like when the logistic equation converges on a single value but as he increased the temperature gradient a wobble developed on those rolling cylinders at half the original frequency the spikes in temperature were no longer the same height instead they went back and forth between two different heights he had achieved period two and as he continued to increase the temperature he saw period doubling again now he had four different temperatures before the cycle repeated and then eight this was a pretty spectacular confirmation of the theory in a beautifully crafted experiment but this was only the beginning scientists have studied the response of our eyes and salamander eyes to flickering lights and what they find is a period doubling that once the light reaches a certain rate of flickering our eyes only respond to every other flicker it's amazing in these papers to see the bifurcation diagram emerge albeit a bit fuzzy because it comes from realworld data in another study scientists gave rabbits a drug that sent their hearts into fibrillation I guess they felt there were too many rabbits out there I mean if you don't know what fibrillation is it's where your heart beats in an incredibly irregular way and doesn't really pump any blood so if you don't fix it you die but what they found was on the path to fibrillation they found the period doubling route to chaos the rabbits started out with a periodic beat and then it went into a two cycle two beats close together and then a four cycle four different beats before it repeated again and eventually a periodic behavior now it was really cool about this study was they monitored the heart in real time and used chaos theory to determine when to apply electrical shocks to the heart to return it to periodicity and they were able to do that successfully so they used chaos to control a heart and figure out a smarter way to deliver electric shocks to set it beating normally again that's pretty amazing and then there is the issue of the dripping faucet most of us of course think of dripping faucets as very regular periodic objects but a lot of research has gone into finding that once the flow rate increases a little bit you get period doubling so now the drips come two at a time to tip to tip and eventually from a dripping faucet you can get chaotic behavior just by adjusting the flow rate and you think like what really is a faucet well there's constant pressure water and a constant size aperture and yet what you're getting is chaotic dripping so this is a really easy chaotic system you can experiment with at home go open a tap just a little bit and see if you can get a periodic dripping in your house the bifurcation diagram pops up in so many different places that it starts to feel spooky and I want to tell you something that'll make it seem even spookier there was this physicist Mitchell Feigenbaum who was looking at when the bifurcations occur he divided the width of each bifurcation section by the next one and he found that ratio closed in on this number four point six six nine which is now called the Feigenbaum constant the bifurcations come faster and faster but in a ratio that approaches this fixed value and no one knows where this constant comes from it doesn't seem to relate to any other known physical constant so it is itself a fundamental constant of nature what's even crazier is that it doesn't have to be the particular form of the equation I showed you earlier any equation that has a single hump if you iterate it the way that we have so you could use xn plus 1 equals sine X for example if you iterate that one again and again and again you will also see bifurcations not only that but the ratio of when those bifurcations occur will have the same scaling for point six six nine any single hump function iterated will give you that fundamental constant so why is this well it's referred to as universality because there seems to be something fundamental and very Universal about this process this type of equation and that constant value in 1976 the biologist Robert May wrote a paper in nature about this very equation it's sparked a revolution and people looking into this stuff I mean that papers been cited thousands of times and in the paper he makes this plea that we should teach students about this simple equation because it gives you a new intuition for ways in which simple things simple equations can create very complex behaviors and I still think that today we don't really teach this way I mean we teach simple equations and simple outcomes because those are the easy things to do and those are the things that make sense we're not gonna throw chaos at students but maybe we should maybe we should throw at least a little bit which is why I've been so excited about chaos and I am so excited about this equation because you know how did I get to be 37 years old without hearing of the Feigenbaum constant ever since I read James Gleeks book chaos I have wanted to make videos on this topic and now I'm finally getting around to it and hopefully I'm doing this topic justice because I find it incredibly fascinating and I hope you do too hey this video is supported by viewers like you on patreon and by fast hosts fast toasts is a ukbased web hosting company whose goal is to support UK businesses and entrepreneurs at all levels providing effective and affordable hosting packages to suit any need for example they provide easy registration for a huge selection of domains with powerful management features included plus they offer hosting with unlimited bandwidth and smart SSD storage they ensure reliability and 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Sit back, relax and enjoy this compilation of some of the greatest ever clips from the People are Awesome archive! For those that enjoy our Best of the Week and Best of the Month compilations we wanted to bring you more amazing people doing incredible things, so here's a throwback to a few favorites!


Watch Funny Dogs Maymo & Potpie get pranked by a Giant Flamingo! Funny beagle dog Maymo & Cute puppy dog Potpie are enjoying themselves on the beach when they are approached by an annoying flamingo, who plays endless pranks on the two beagles. Just when they think they are rid of the annoying bird, the cute dogs are surprised by a giant flamingo...making this one of Maymo's best funny dog prank videos ever!


Vocal sensations and winners of season 3 of NBC's The SingOff, Pentatonix are combining eclectic genres to take instrumentfree music far beyond anyone's wildest expectations in this Calvin Harris feat, Ellie Goulding cover.
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Chess is more popular and competitive in the Rio Grande Valley of Texas than almost anywhere else in the country. Find out what the game means to this community.
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Andre Rieu (Amazing Grace ) From The concert Christmas In London 2016
amazing grace lyrics :
Amazing grace how sweet the sound
That saved a wretch like me.
I once was lost but now I'm found.
Was blind but now I see.
'Twas grace that taught my heart to fear
And grace my fears relieved.
How precious did that grace appear
The hour I first believed.
When we've been there ten thousand years
Bright shining as the sun
We've no less days to sing God's praise
Then when we first begun.
Amazing grace, how sweet the sound
That saved a wretch like me.
I once was lost, but now I'm found.
Was blind, but now I see


Friendship is beautiful; but a friendship that is born from a heroic rescue is downright heartwarming. We are in love with this story about Jake, a Pit bull mix, and Bill Lindler. Jake was a victim of a house fire but thankfully rescued by Bill and others from Hanahan, South Carolina Fire Department. After Jake was rescued, although he was in rough shape, he was taken to a local clinic for treatment. Jake needed a new home; that's where Bill came back into the picture. Bill adopted Jake and the two formed an incredible bond. Jake is a fighter and a survivor. After such an ordeal, he found a new home and became an official Firefighter thanks to the Mayor. Jake not only won Bill's heart, but everyone he meets as well.


Watch this adorable little girl follow these dogs as they crawl across the floor. They're such amazing teachers!
Added: 9th August 2016
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Watch as this amazing 3 year old prodigy named Lyonya Shilovsky plays drums with an entire Russian orchestra! The ending had me laughing out loud. Such talent in such a little package!
Added: 28th January 2015
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Little girl with her humongous wings a loud voice and an attitude definitely takes over this Nativity Pageant. The person filming is baby Jesus mother... while baby Jesus amazingly managed to sleep all the way through!
Added: 22nd December 2011
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Greyfriars Veterinary Rehabilitation and Hydrotherapy Referrals give us a window into their world  helping some adorable dogs recover using hydrotherapy. Using slow motion cameras, we see exactly how dogs swim underwater.


10 Golden Retriever Facts That Will Make You Smile
Added: 16th May 2015
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Sheila, the super glam Australian Shepherd, was in major need of some fur TLC. Tag along during her trip to the dog salon and watch as she has her very own make over.


Strandbeest, Beach Animals, are the creation of Dutch artist Theo Jansen. In this video I demonstrate a Strandbeest built from a kit. These dynamic sculptures are walking physics labs, lots of material for teaching structures and mechanisms. These are dynamic sculptures powered by energy from the wind.
Links to more information and a source for kits:
hilaroad.com/strandbeest
Added: 21st September 2014
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Everyone deserves a second chance.
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