Our Common Bond Clip 4 – Australia’s democratic beliefs, rights and liberties

Responsibilities of citizenship. Obey the law. It is the responsibility of all Australians to obey Australian government laws, state and territory government laws and local government laws, vote in elections and in a referendum. Voting is both a responsibility and a right. Citizens aged 18 years or over must register Continue Reading

Driving a force of nature – The National Trust tests a new electric Land Rover Defender

We farm to the summit of Snowdon. A lot of our driving is off-road. Today we’re going to put this electric vehicle through its paces. The terrain is steep, rocky and difficult. It performs well on this sort of terrain. and when we just use it locally going around the Continue Reading

Should We Trust Studies On Mice?

I hear you all, yes, we read your comments. Yes, we know mice are not humans. Look, I’m not the one doing the studies! Ask the scientists! OKAY I’ll look! Why DO we use mice?! A lot of the time, when we’re reporting on science here at DNews, the studies Continue Reading

Our Common Bond Clip 3 – Australia’s democratic beliefs, rights and liberties

Part Two – Australia’s democratic beliefs, rights and liberties. At the citizenship ceremony, you pledge that you share Australia’s democratic beliefs and that you will respect the rights and liberties of the Australian people. In this section there is information about our democratic beliefs, our freedoms, our equalities, the responsibilities Continue Reading

The Market Revolution: Crash Course US History #12

Hi, I’m John Green, this is Crash Course US History and today we return to one of my favorite subjects: economics. Mr. Green, Mr. Green, I don’t wanna brag, but economics is actually my best subject. Like, I got the bronze medal at the state academic decathlon tournament…among C students. Continue Reading

Singaporeans Try: Social Studies (NDP SPECIAL)

(Ra) Whoa! No, no, don’t jinx anything. (Joyce) We are basically the Japanese embassy. Since NDP is coming, we did a Social Studies test to find out how well Singaporeans know our history. (PD) Hi guys. Hi. – No. – It was my favorite subject in Sec 1 and Sec Continue Reading

How Can Trials of Faith Lead to Spiritual Growth? (Knowhy #356)

A “trial” can mean many things and come in different forms. Several of these definitions are present in the Book of Mormon. A trial can refer to a test. For example, in the Book of Mormon, Nehor persecuted the believers, resulting in a “great trial or test of their faith.” Continue Reading

The Try Guys Make Sushi Rolls

(mocks Keith) – Lets stay on time. – I need the menu. – In 1974, the International Culinary Institute (laughing) was founded. – [Eugene] Ever since then, kids have been coming through these halls learning how to make food. Today, I’m eating everything at the Institute– – International Culinary– – Continue Reading

The Try Guys Try Pottery

(classical music) (yelling) (upbeat music) – Pottery! Today we’re making bowls and pot. No, not like that, you crazy people. Bowls and pots. – Eugene is not here today, because he’s actually preparing for a drag performance, so while he’s doing that, we’re gonna drag our hands on some clay. Continue Reading