Average American vs Average European – How Do They Compare? – People Comparison

Average American vs Average European – How Do They Compare? – People Comparison

The United States of America was officially formed on July 4th, 1776, when thirteen states declared their independence from the Kingdom of Great Britain. This was centuries after this region, which was a part of what was then called The New World, was officially discovered by Italian explorer Christopher Columbus. In the centuries that followed […]

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How is power divided in the United States government? – Belinda Stutzman

How is power divided in the United States government? – Belinda Stutzman

Translator: Andrea McDonough Reviewer: Bedirhan Cinar Have you ever wondered who has the authority to make laws or punish people who break them? When we think of power in the United States, we usually think of the President, but he does not act alone. In fact, he is only one piece of the power puzzle […]

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Measles Explained — Vaccinate or Not?

Measles Explained — Vaccinate or Not?

Recently there has been a lot of talk about measles. What does measles actually do, and should you vaccinate against it? Or is this just hysteria? Measles is a virus: a hull of proteins, RNA, plus some more proteins for reproduction. It cannot reproduce by itself; it needs a host cell to do so. To […]

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Psychosis or Spiritual Awakening: Phil Borges at TEDxUMKC

Translator: Mika Fukasawa Reviewer: Maria K. Good evening. One of the things I love about visiting indigenous cultures is it lets me step back in time and see how we all lived centuries ago. In doing that, I’ve noticed so many things, things that we’ve gained and things that we’ve lost. One of the things […]

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Do You Understand the First Amendment?

Do You Understand the First Amendment?

Do you like being able to speak your mind freely or practice whatever religion you want? People in America take these rights for granted, but these rights only exist because of the First Amendment in the Bill of Rights. The First Amendment states, “Congress shall make no law respecting an establishment of religion, or prohibiting […]

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Battlefield ER: The brutal life of a warzone medic

Battlefield ER: The brutal life of a warzone medic

Hitch a helicopter ride 70 kilometres south east of Kabul — and you enter a forbidding terrain once dubbed “The Gates of Jihad”. Logar Province, on the border with Pakistan. This is Taliban territory. We land at a Forward Operating Base — delivered into the very personal, confronting war of America’s “Generation Y’. Most of […]

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How did Makeup, WWII & Communism Create U.S. Healthcare?

What happens when you combine a weird history of makeup, World War II, and the threat of Communism? …Well….oddly enough you end up with an employer based health insurance system. Now I know I can’t stop you from engaging in the polite civil debate YouTube comments are known for, but arguing about the current state […]

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ITALY VS USA | UNIVERSITY (GRADING, CAMPUS LIFE + MORE)

ITALY VS USA | UNIVERSITY (GRADING, CAMPUS LIFE + MORE)

Hey youtube and welcome back to my channel today I’m going to be doing a highly requested video University in USA vs University in Italy I would say that getting into an American is very difficult because you’re evaluated on so many different things aside from your grades. you’re evaluated on how much volunteer work […]

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Germans Are Grumpy…But Americans Hate Healthcare😡🤒 [ENG & DE CC]

Germans Are Grumpy…But Americans Hate Healthcare😡🤒 [ENG & DE CC]

Hey everyone, Dana here! I have absolutely no idea what in the world I’m going to title this video. But basically there are some thoughts that have been swishing around in my brain about a difference that I’ve noticed between Germans and Americans regarding kindness and healthcare & taxes. Now, I definitely do not presume […]

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Obesity is a National Security Issue: Lieutenant General Mark Hertling at TEDxMidAtlantic 2012

Translator: Emma Gon Reviewer: Cathrine Ulstrand Hello, my name’s Hertling and I’m a soldier and — you probably could tell that. I’ve been in the military for 38 years. I’m thinking of making it a career. I have seen — (Laughter) — I have seen and studied and analysed all types of security threats. I’ve […]

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