There are youtube videos on that page, I thought you meant those.
There IS a way to do it, however it involved a bit of work, possibly batch scripting and using a PHP file. The files themselves are in fragments, which need to be individually downloaded. This can be done in a batch process, there seem to be various ways to go about it using either browser plugins or others. Read through this thread to find the information about that:http://forum.videohe...ring-converting
Here are the first two URLs containing the segmented files for your video:
I found these files by using Chrome's web developer panel, and looking on the Network tab. As for determining how many fragmments there are, you may need to watch the entire video (or maybe the end) and look at the the Network log. Screenshot:
I also did a google search for "Seg1-Frag1" to find that forum thread about combining the files.