Humans in 1000 Years • 2015 AsapSCIENCE

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What will humanity look like in 1000 years? Watch as we cover some cutting-edge innovations happening today. Thanks to the National Geographic Channel for sponsoring this video!

AsapSCIENCE • 2015 • 5 episodes •

Are You Sitting Too Much?

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Your Brain on Drugs: Marijuana

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The 9 BEST Scientific Study Tips

Studying strategies. Help your brain acquire information in a scientific proven way!

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Humans in 1000 Years

What will humanity look like in 1000 years? Watch as we cover some cutting-edge innovations happening today. Thanks to the National Geographic Channel for sponsoring this video!

2015 • People

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