Fundy Tides - Scotts Bay Timelapse
Ever wonder what it was like living near the highest tides in the world - reaching a rise of up to 50 feet? This time lapse shot at Scots Bay, NS, in the Bay of Fundy shows twelve hours of tide in only 120 seconds. People have often found themselves facing peril when they did not keep an eye on the clock while beach combing. When the tide is rolling in at an average rate of 8 feet of depth per hour it can be a chore just staying ahead of it.
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The Cathode Ray Tube
(CRT) is an instrument that showed that there was an invisible force, electrons, that exist in our world and this 2:26 minute video shows how and who discovered it and how it could be used. 
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How to Make a Water Rocket
A step-by-step guide that shows how to make a water rocket. They can be made in about ten minutes, but only under close supervision. A good way to explain action-reaction (03:24).
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What is Web 3.0?
This video explains the difference between Web 2.0 and Web 3.0.  In Web 2.0 users produce the content. Intelligent and omnipresent 3.0 is a continuation of present techniques. There is reference to some websites and how they have been using smart systems that now are known as web 3.0 (3:57)
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RSS in Plain English
This is a short explanation of RSS and how it helps you save time reading the web. There is reference to Google readers a list of other readers. There is an explanation on how to subscribe to news readers. (3:44)
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Learn How to Count in Sign Language for Small Children
This Signing Time Videos is made for babies and toddlers to learn sign language. My toddler learned how to sign through these videos way before he could talk which made it possible for him to communicate rather then throw tantrums. In this video you learn how to count through these hand signs. Run time 0:31.
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Egyptian mathematics
The Egyptians are known for being ahead of their time in comparison to some civilisations that came after them. This unit looks at how the Egyptians solved mathematical problems in everyday life and the technology they used. An understanding of this area has only been possible following the translation of the Rosetta Stone.
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First year student experience
This case study reports on enhancing the first year student experience by engaging students in the practise of business through provision of a coherent and relevant set of learning activities
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What are Constellations?
In this four-minute video, the viewer will learn what constellations are. Some phrases are present to highlight the narrator's words.
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They Don't Care About Us, Song
This is the official Video of the song They Don't Care About Us (Prison Version) by Michael Jackson dealing with the controversial issue of discrimination.
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1.2.2 Thermoplastics and thermosets

As already stated, polymers including rigid plastics were first developed in the last century from natural precursors. The sealing wax employed by the Victorians, for example, was usually based on the natural polymer shellac, an exudate of the Indian lac insect. Shellac is an early natural thermoplastic – defined as a material which softens and hardens reversibly on heating and cooling. In theory these reversible physical changes will take place without a corresponding change in the chemica
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How to Calculate Markup Percentages
A lesson on how to calculate markup percentages.  A standardized test prep instructor shows how to multiply the starting value by the markup percent and add that number to the original value.

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Computer Basics : What Is ISO?
ISO, or the International Standards Organization, sets the standards for computer file formats related to images and files. Archive files onto a CD or optical disk as an ISO image with help from a certified computer technician in this free video on computers.


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7.4 Proteomics

Traditionally, the study of the biochemistry or structure of a protein necessitated its purification to a high degree. The development of protocols for cloning, manipulation and expression of genes greatly facilitated this kind of study, as will be clear to you from the previous section. In recent years, a number of high-throughput techniques have, to an extent, obviated traditional approaches and permit simultaneous analysis of all the expressed proteins in a cell or organism, known as the <
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Underground water: The science of digging wells and more
A short video about ground water from where it comes from and how it is pumped. Good detail about the importance of this source of water. This would be a video to show in combination with videos on the water cycle. Run time 04:41.
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15.912 Technology Strategy (MIT)
This course provides a series of strategic frameworks for managing high-technology businesses. The emphasis throughout is on the development and application of conceptual models which clarify the interactions between competition, patterns of technological and market change, and the structure and development of internal firm capabilities. The course covers much of the same conceptual material as 15.351 and 15.393, and students should not take 15.912 if they have taken (or intend to take) either a
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Harriet Tubman, Part V
This is an animated biography of Harriet Tubman from the Discovery Channel/Education series which is aimed at elementary school children.
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Cathedral of Orleans Along the Loire River
Visit Cathedral of Orleans Along The Loire River - Along the banks of the Loire River, one could see the beautiful Cathedral of Orleans. (00:54)
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Introduction to Spinning, Part 2
Picking up where Part 1 leaves off, this video helps you move beyond park and draft and covers many common beginner problems so you can become a confident and productive spinner. Keep following this series if you want to learn this unique talent. Written directions and definations. (9:56)
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Small Simplest Motor - The Electromagnet
See a small simple motor made out of just a wire, battery, and magnet -- creating mechanical motion. No narration. Does not explain how to make it, just an example of one. Run time 1:50
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