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    • Why did Ancient Greeks and Romans Lie Down to Eat?

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    Reclining and dining in the ancient classical world.

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    • Why Are Lakes Freshwater and Oceans Saltwater?

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    Erosion, evaporation, and a leaky faucet, our host Eric Schulze breaks it all down.

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    • What Happens to Your Body in Space Without a Spacesuit?

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    Obviously it's a bad idea to go out into space without a trusty spacesuit, but what exactly happens?

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    • What's the Difference Between Bacteria and Viruses?

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    The answer…and why you should care.

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    • Are Humans the Only Animals to Use the Stars to Navigate?

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    Yet another reason to fight light pollution.

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    • Five False ‘Facts’ About the Human Body

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    Think you know everything about your own body? Test your smarts against this one-minute clip, where Ask Smithsonian host Eric Schulze uncovers the facts behind five popular myths about the human body.

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    • Is Fire a Solid, Liquid or Gas?

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    It's been helping humans in myriad ways for over a million years, our host Eric Schulze has more.

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    • Have Cats Been Domesticated?

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    When did we start getting cuddly with cats? And have those tabbies really been tamed? In this one-minute clip, Ask Smithsonian host Eric Schulze investigates the surprising history and science behind today’s house cat.

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    • How Do Dolphins Sleep Without Drowning?

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    Not to worry - shut-eye comes easily to these aquatic mammals.

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    • What’s Up with Saturn’s Rings?

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    Despite being just one minute long, this Ask Smithsonian clip by Eric Schulze is crammed full of strange things you never knew - but should - about Saturn’s rings. Prepare to be amazed.

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    • How Does Daylight Savings Affect the Body?

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    The answer depends on how you feel about cluster headaches.

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    • Why Are Planets Round?

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    The answer has everything to do with falling flat on your face.

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    • How Do Noise-Cancelling Headphones Work?

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    Our host, Eric Schulze explains how 1 + 1 = 0 when it comes to sound.

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    • Why Do Flamingos Stand on One Leg?

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    Have you ever wondered why these birds strike this peculiar pose? Ask Smithsonian host Eric Schulze walks us through the reasons behind the majestic bird’s one-legged stance.

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    • What Happens When You Get a Concussion?

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    We all know concussions are a bad thing, but have you ever wondered exactly what happens to your brain when it gets knocked around? Ask Smithsonian host Eric Schulze takes a few whacks to the head in the name of science.

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    • How Do Colors Affect Our Moods?

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    Feeling blue? Our Ask Smithsonian host, Eric Schulze, explains how colors affect our moods.

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    • What Would Happen if the Yellowstone Volcano Erupted?

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    Have you ever wondered why Yellowstone is full of hot springs, bubbling mud pots and geysers like Old Faithful? Ask Smithsonian host Eric Schulze explains the super volcano that lies beneath the national park and answers the life-or-death question: Will it erupt in a fiery inferno anytime soon?

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    • How Do Vaccines Work?

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    Have you ever wondered how a simple shot can keep you from dying a horrible death? Ask Smithsonian’s host, Eric Schulze, unravels how vaccines boot-camp our bodies into shape, getting us ready to fight off deadly diseases.

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    • How Do Microwave Ovens Work?

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    You don’t actually see microwaves, you only see what they do to your food. So how, exactly, does it warm up your lunch? Hosted by Eric Schulze.

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    • How Do Spiders Make a Web?

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    How do spiders make such intricate webs? Don’t get too tangled up about it. Ask Smithsonian host, Eric Schulze, weaves his way to the answer.

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