If you're watching this on any kind of consumer electronic device, chances are pretty high that you are indirectly contributing to the war in the Democratic Republic of Congo.
That might sound like a bold accusation, but the reality is that some of the mineral resources used to manufacture your cell phone and laptop come directly from conflict zones in Africa, where they are sold by warlords and violent rebel groups.
What exactly are these minerals, and why is it so hard to stop this practice? Watch today's Seeker Daily video to find out.
BBC News: DR Congo: Cursed by its natural wealth
The Atlantic: The Origins of War in the DRC
The New York Times: Congo Gets More Help In Africa In Rebel War