Pruis Calculus 03/12/22012
Pruis Calculus 03/12/2012
World Affairs: Arab Upheaval
"The Arab Upheaval: Middle East Realignment" Dr. Graeme Bannerman Middle East Institute, Washington, DC The popular revolts and upheaval of the Arab Spring have radically changed the face of the Middle East. What lies ahead for the Middle East's transition to democracy? What are the prospects for the governments that have held out in this new order? With many longtime U.S. allies ousted, how will the U.S. recalibrate its relations with the new regimes?
Talking Point - Jonathan Holmes interviews David McKnight on Rupert Murdoch
ABC presenter Jonathan Holmes interviews Associate Professor David McKnight from UNSW's Journalism and Media Research Centre on new his book, 'Rupert Murdoch: An Investigation Of Political Power'.
Renewing Our Zeal
Fr. Steve LaCroix, C.S.C. talks about Saint Andre Bessette and the Charism of Hospitality. Fr. Steve covers the biography of St. Andre, his work with the Congregation, his healing ministry, and his eventual founding of St. Joseph's Oratory.
People's Multiparty Democracy: a process of social democratisation in the context of Nepal
Mr K.P. Sharma Oli explores how he sees the road ahead for Nepal, and discusses the Peoples Multiparty Democracy as a process of social democratisation. This talk was presented by the Crawford School of Economics and Government on 10 February 2012. Mr K.P. Sharma Oli was born in 1952 in a remote village of Nepal. He is the country's former Deputy Prime Minister and a highly influential political leader. He went underground to participate in politics and at the age of 18 he was arrested and jail
Recent discoveries in the Altai: Issues on the evolution of Homo sapiens
Recent discoveries in the Altai: Issues on the evolution of Homo sapiens with Professor Anatoly Derevianko, Director of the Institute of Archaeology and Ethnography, Russian Academy of Sciences, Novosibirsk. This lecture was recorded at The Australian National University and is part of the Centre for Archaeological Research Lecture Series.. Denisova Cave, in the Altai Mountains of southern Siberia, has yielded stone artefacts that have recently been associated with the fossil remains of an unkn
Discrete Random Variables: Mean or Expected Value and Standard Deviation
Susan Dean, Barbara Illowsky, Ph.D.
This module explores the Law of Large Numbers, the phenomenon where an experiment performed many times will yield cumulative results closer and closer to the theoretical mean over time.
Discrete Random Variables: Geometric (optional)
Susan Dean, Barbara Illowsky, Ph.D.
This module describes the geometric experiment and the geometric probability distribution. This module is included in the Collaborative Statistics textbook/collection as an optional lesson.
This seven minute video shows various outfits worn by some Chinese and offers close-ups of some of the images. The video is in Chinese. (07:40)
Dancing Princess - POP
Catch this Super WHY! clip as Princess Presto uses her spelling powers to help get the princess down from the sky by popping the balloons that are keeping her up there! Along with the help of the viewers, Princess Presto sounds out and spells the word P-O-P and gets the princess down safely. (2:06)
Cómo era Rusia antes y después de la Revolución Rusa - en español
Antes de la revolución, la sociedad rusa estaba compuesta de 120
millones de personas, de los cuales: 100 millones eran campesinos
pobres, la nobleza era dueña de las haciendas agrícolas y la clase media no existía. Después de la revolución, desaparece la nobleza y la clase obrera se enriquece. (3:00)
Meet Greg Constantine: The Stateless Rohingya in Myanmar and Bangladesh
Learn more: http://pulitzercenter.org/projects/stateless-citizenship-nationality-kenya-bangladesh-dominican-republic Reporting from Bangladesh, Pulitzer Center grantee Greg Constantine discusses a web of issues faced by the Rohingya community—an ethnic minority group stripped off citizenship in Myanmar (Burma)—that exemplifies the consequences of statelessness worldwide. Constantine has been documenting the issue of statelessness for the past six years, exposing the impact the denial of cit
Duke Medicine Profiles: Danielle M. Brander, MD
Get to know Duke's cancer doctors.
Atoms, Molecules & Ions Naomi Wolf Diversity Lecture MSUToday Preview: World Medicine The Concept of Gross Savings A Note on Two Erroneous Ways of Defending the Pure Time Preference Theory of Interest A Defense of the Rothbardian Structure of Production
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The MSUToday team takes a look at how Spartans are making a difference in healthcare around the world, from a malaria ward in Africa to a free medical clinic in a mountain village in Peru. Watch the latest premiere of MSUToday: World Medicine at 9 p.m. ET Friday, March 16, 2012. Time/date subject to change. Check your local listings.
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Naomi Wolf Diversity Lecture
MSUToday Preview: World Medicine
The Concept of Gross Savings A Note on Two Erroneous Ways of Defending the Pure Time Preference Theory of Interest A Defense of the Rothbardian Structure of Production
A Note on Two Erroneous Ways of Defending the Pure Time Preference Theory of Interest A Defense of the Rothbardian Structure of Production