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Looking for a little trinket to adorn your Christmas tree? Or are you looking for a quick crafting project that gives you lots of room for expression? This lesson by Girlybunches shows you how to crochet a bauble for the holidays that can stand alone or hang as an ornament. You’ll need: a 2-inch polystyrene ball and two or more colors of double-knit cotton yarn.

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At -320.8°F (-196°C), liquid nitrogen is colder than the moon at night; scientists take extreme caution in handling it, knowing that coming into prolonged contact with the substance can result in irreparable damage. So why is Myles Powers willing to pour some on his bare hand? Find out how Myles uses the Leidenfrost effect to handle liquid nitrogen in this demonstration.

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Cartoon babies and baby animals are both adorable. Why not combine them for twice the cuteness! Learn to draw a cartoon baby bear, complete with a baby bonnet, diaper, and a confused expression as he loses his balance. Chris Hart Art Studio walks you through every step of the cartoon drawing, from sketching the body to adding motion lines and worried eyebrows.

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In the anarchic world of international relations, how can we predict and explain outcomes? In this lesson, William Spaniel applies game theory, a methodology created to study economic interdependence, to political science. With simple mathematical models, you too can turn assumptions into predictions of action in global politics.

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Want to store your stuff with style? Crafty Gemini teaches you how to stitch your very own quilted zipper pouch with boxy corners. All that you'll need is two kinds of fabric, batting, a lapel stick, a zipper, and a sewing machine. These bags are easy to make and perfect to use as pencil cases, make-up bags, travel dop kits, or what you will. This video offers handy tips for sewing zippers onto fabric using a zipper foot.

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Fresh from a fishing trip, but better at baiting than butchering? In this cooking lesson by Forager Chef, learn how to cut up and debone a rainbow trout. Start by slicing the whole fish along its length with a sharp boning knife, and then cut along the center of the fish to pull out the pin bones. Make sure to trim away the fins and even out the pieces of meat so the fish cooks evenly. Finally, don’t forget to save the head to make a delicious fish stock!

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