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Building Curiosity

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An ode to curiosity… with LEGO
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My tribute to Curiosity, both the NASA rover and the human desire to discover, featuring words from some of science's greatest minds and LEGO's special edition Mars rover set

Carl Sagan:
"Cosmos: A Personal Voyage - The Lives of the Stars"
"Cosmos: A Personal Voyage - The Backbone of the Night"
"Cosmos: A Personal Voyage - The Shores of the Cosmic Ocean"

Neil deGrasse Tyson:
"Science is in our DNA"
"Cosmos: A SPacetime Odyssey Q&A"

Bill Nye:
"The Good Stuff - Bill Nye and the Origin of Everything"
"Why We Explore"
"Bill Nye Debates Ken Ham"

Hank Green:
"Curiosity is the Finest Human Quality"

Jane Goodall:
"Sowing the Seeds of Hope"

Richard Feynman:
"Take the World From a Different Point of View"

James Cameron:
"Before Avatar - A Curious Boy (TED2010)"

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It's Okay To Be Smart is written and hosted by Joe Hanson, Ph.DFollow me on Twitter: @jtotheizzoe
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Joe Hanson - Host/Writer
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