Are Energy Drinks Really That Dangerous?

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Before you reach for the energy drink, you may want to reconsider. They may kill you. Hey guys, Amy with you on DNews today. Energy drinks have become common in the United States in recent years offering a quick energy boost to match a fast-paced life. And they work because they’re packed with sugar, caffeine, […]

How Do Cats and Dogs Drink Water?

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You might have noticed how cats delicately lap up milk, while dogs will head over to a water dish and sloppily splash all over your floor. Turns out, there’s some interesting physics to back up the phrase, “cats rule and dogs drool.” That’s because these pets have to use their tongues to get liquids into […]

Greek Wine in 3 Minutes – Xinomavro

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What is up guys? I’m Julien the French winemaking guy who makes wine videos… Yes! Wine videos here on YouTube… I’m back with 2-3-minute video about Greek wine. Today, this is part of Julien’s Wine School series, this series… where we learn, step by step, everything that you should know about wine, and this is […]

Wind the Bobbin Up | Nursery Rhymes by LittleBabyBum! | ABCs and 123s

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Wind the bobbin up, wind the bobbin up Pull pull… Clap clap clap Wind it back again, wind it back again Pull pull… Clap clap clap Point to the ceiling, point to the floor Point to the window, point to the door Clap your hands together 1 – 2 – 3 Put your hands upon […]

Do Fish Drink Water?

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If you have a pet, one of your jobs might be to make sure that your pet has plenty of food and water… …unless, of course, your pet is a fish! You have to feed your fish, but you don’t have to give them water — there’s water all around them! But do fish need […]

Why Does American Beer Taste Like Water?

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Chemistry of Beer – Unit 4 – Malting and Kilning

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>>Dr. Mark Morvant: Malting and killing is the start of turning barley into beer. Often at the end of malting and kilning we have malt, and so it’s often referred to as the malt process. To start we need to think about the barley. There are two main types of barley: two-row, which is most […]

Chemistry of Beer – Unit 3 – Chemical Concepts: Flavor and Aroma Compounds

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>>The flavor and aroma of beer is very complex. In fact, there’s over 800 identified compounds that lead to flavor in beer alone. And when we think about the styles of beer, we need to think about what type of water, malt, hops, and yeast we’re going to use to get an identifiable style of […]

This Is Why People Die When Drinking Milk

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If you’ve been following our channel a while, you’ll know that there are a lot of hidden dangers in the world – some of which you regularly drink! If you look at the British tabloid media in 2013, you might find a story that tells you a man literally drank himself to death. And no, […]

The Rise of Beer

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In 2018, 1.94 billion hectoliters of beer were produced across the globe (and for the non-metric among us, that translates into 51.25 billion gallons of beer–or many (many!) bottles of beer on the wall). A few years earlier, an American trade group called the Brewers Association, basing their early work on the contributions of the […]