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Question Your World: How Do We Sleep Around the World?

Did everyone have a good night's sleep? We all know that sleep is super important for basic physical and mental functions, but are humans getting enough sleep everywhere? Creating a survey that includes populations from all over the planet would be an enormous amount of work, but thanks to app technology the job has been made a little easier.

Question Your World: How Can We See the Bottom of the Ocean?

Election debates, the olympics, lunar landings, and many other historic cultural events have been shared around the world thanks to live broadcasts. Broadcast technology has developed quite a bit in the last three decades and now includes live streams happening all the time from all around the world. Well, some scientists have recently started another live broadcast and this one is totally mind blowing.

Question Your World: Can Your Skull Act Like Your Fingerprint?

Our technological world keeps growing at an exponential rate thus digital security becomes a huge issue. Identity theft is one of the biggest concerns to high security locations. However new ideas are being used all the time to ensure advances in keeping secured places safe. Move over fingerprints, it's time to move the security industry ahead, literally a head, by using our skulls!

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