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Public Response On The Hidden Network That Makes The Internet Possible Sajan Saini

Ela Enchanted5 Months ago
0:31 Hey Ted-ed why is the Philippines not in your world map? We are part of this world too, you know.
Chris3125 Months ago
How to fix heat waste Step 1: make it fuckin cold Step 2: make the light go even faster
Luis Riesco5 Months ago
Watching this at 30 year old, amazing
Freya Shipley5 Months ago
What keeps fiber optic cables from breaking? It seems like they'd be too fragile to exist in the ocean. And how is it possible for glass to be flexible?
NotShadow5 Months ago
all i know is that the internet runs my video games
Rupam5 Months ago
It still amazes me how humans managed to capture audio,photo/video and transfer them around the globe in the form of electromagnetic waves...so magical
Đức Ngô Minh5 Months ago
Hi
Ikal Balam5 Months ago
The poor knowledge contextually deserve because expansion pathophysiologically bare save a optimal harp. jaded, pretty turkish
Mr. XYZ5 Months ago
So... Did you get it, understood?
Groundex Light5 Months ago
if possible could u tell me ur animation software...ur videos are great and the fact that visual media is registered faster in our brains than theoretical can be easily seen here...

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    Public Response On The Hidden Network That Makes The Internet Possible Sajan Saini

    Ela Enchanted5 Months ago
    0:31 Hey Ted-ed why is the Philippines not in your world map? We are part of this world too, you know.
    Chris3125 Months ago
    How to fix heat waste Step 1: make it fuckin cold Step 2: make the light go even faster
    Luis Riesco5 Months ago
    Watching this at 30 year old, amazing
    Freya Shipley5 Months ago
    What keeps fiber optic cables from breaking? It seems like they'd be too fragile to exist in the ocean. And how is it possible for glass to be flexible?
    NotShadow5 Months ago
    all i know is that the internet runs my video games
    Rupam5 Months ago
    It still amazes me how humans managed to capture audio,photo/video and transfer them around the globe in the form of electromagnetic waves...so magical
    Đức Ngô Minh5 Months ago
    Hi
    Ikal Balam5 Months ago
    The poor knowledge contextually deserve because expansion pathophysiologically bare save a optimal harp. jaded, pretty turkish
    Mr. XYZ5 Months ago
    So... Did you get it, understood?
    Groundex Light5 Months ago
    if possible could u tell me ur animation software...ur videos are great and the fact that visual media is registered faster in our brains than theoretical can be easily seen here...