Too many pets, too few homes
Students examine the problem of pet overpopulation both in the United States and in North Carolina. Students will learn about the importance of spaying and neutering in combating pet overpopulation.
Overview of the five movements in Berlioz Symphonie Fantasique.
Snow Cover by Latitude
Using data sets from MYNASADATA students will create graphs comparing the amount (percentage) of snow cover along selected latitudes by date.
If the Public Would be Outraged by Their Rulings, Should Judges Care? (Other Resource)
This Foundation for Law, Justice and Society Annual Lecture, delivered by Professor Cass Sunstein on 24 May 2007, questions the limits and legitimacy of judicial independence in the face of public opinion.
Your skin covers and protects your body. Your skin can also detect heat and cold. If you put one of your fingers in the flame of a candle, your brain would gather this information and send a message to your muscles to move your finger out of the flame. This is because the brain receives a signal that the flame is extremely hot and in turn the brain tells your body you are in pain and that you should move your finger.
3 Types of Levers
This cartoon helps teach younger students about the three different types of levers. Some key vocabulary words include: lever, fulcrum, effort, force, and load. (02:13)
GESS: THe Forest Unseen
Dr. David Haskell from Sewanee:The University of the South presented the GESS Lecture in March 2012 titled "The Forest Unseen" as part of the University of Richmond Global Environment Speaker Series.
Ode To Avalanche
Winner of Best Short Film at the Telluride Mountainfilm Festival, "Ode to Avalanche" is director Ken Bailey's homage to both the terrifying beauty of killer avalanches and the sublime power of Beethoven's great "Ode to Joy."
A tour de force of adventure cinematography, Bailey placed cameras in the paths of high-mountain avalanches in the Rockies, taking the viewer literally in the path of their deadly onrush; while filming them up close from helicopters and at a di
How to Create a Balloon Kawasaki Ninja
How to Create a Balloon Kawasaki Ninja - Balloon artist Ori Livney, shows how to create a balloon Kawasaki Ninja motorcycle in this six minute video. The start is a bit distracting. It is a sophisticated work, but older students should be able to master it.
How to Twist a Balloon Part 2
This video teaches students various twists with balloons into sculptures. The video expands the basics in part one and introduces loops.
4.2 Social and political justice A particularly important set of debates arises in relation to different notions of distributive justice. Do notions of distributive justice apply to the rights of individuals and the acts that they commit, or do they also apply to states of affairs, to the pattern of the results arising from those actions? In the former case, an outcome is just or unjust if it arises from just or unjust actions; whereas in the latter, the principles of justice apply to the pattern of outcomes. This latter not
A particularly important set of debates arises in relation to different notions of distributive justice. Do notions of distributive justice apply to the rights of individuals and the acts that they commit, or do they also apply to states of affairs, to the pattern of the results arising from those actions? In the former case, an outcome is just or unjust if it arises from just or unjust actions; whereas in the latter, the principles of justice apply to the pattern of outcomes. This latter not
06.04.2012 – Langsam gesprochene Nachrichten
Trainiere dein Hörverstehen mit den Nachrichten der Deutschen Welle von Freitag – als Text und als verständlich gesprochene Audio-Datei. *** Der deutsche Literaturnobelpreisträger Günter Grass hat Anfeindungen nach der Veröffentlichung seines Israel-kritischen Gedichts zurückgewiesen. Zugleich konstatierte er, dass in einem demokratischen Land wie Deutschland, in dem Pressefreiheit herrsche, eine gewisse Gleichschaltung der Meinung im Vordergrund stehe. In mehreren Interviews sagte de
Thomas Jefferson's Agricultural Life
When Americans visit Thomas Jefferson’s Monticello in Virginia, they’re visiting the home of one of history’s most impassioned farmers. A tour of Monticello today reveals part of his legacy in carefully maintained gardens and grounds. It’s where this founding father performed countless experiments of his own developing new edibles. In this video clip, learn more about Thomas Jefferson and his agricultural life. (03:32)
DIY Bottlecap Necklaces snap these caps onto a washer and fabric strip
We used a 1 inch circle punch by Martha Stewart to cut out scrapbook paper. Insert paper circles into bottlecaps cover with UTEE, epoxy sticker or Glossy Accents. Glue a magnet onto the back. Snap onto your favorite necklace or bracelet with a washer. (05:48)
Domino Jewelry for Scrapbookers, Its easy, watch and see!
Here is a ten-minute tutorial to make domino jewelry with easy-to-find items.
Magazine Roll-up Crafts
Take those old magazines that are laying around and make a cool container for your desk or crafting space. (07:25)
New Weather Satellite in Orbit
The National Polar-orbiting Operational Environmental Satellite System Preparatory Project, or NPP, was launched from Vandenberg Air Force Base in California on Oct. 28, heralding a new era of climate change science and weather forecasting for the United States. (11:24)
Romeo Dallaire and Stephen Lewis on Child Soldiers
Drawing on their vast experiences and first-hand knowledge, distinguished humanitarians Senator Romeo Dallaire and Stephen Lewis, enter into a dialogue about the issues that they have committed their lives to: the eradication of the use of child soldiers and stopping the HIV/AIDS pandemic in Africa. Their discussion, moderated by journalist Anna Maria Tremonti, was organized by PEN Canada.
Applying object-oriented analysis to the integration of design and construction
This paper implements an Object Oriented Analysis technique to model information related to design and construction. In a previous study, an approach to integrate design and construction processes based upon information analysis and modelling has been proposed. By breaking down the project's vast information into groups of related information, construction related problems have been identified and then traced back too their relevant design processes. This paper models this process using a relati
The Nuclear Test Ban Treaty (1963) of the Cold War lead to the launching of several satellites to detect nuclear energy blasts. Satellites did detect blasts, not from the earth or our moon as expected, but from random places all over the sky. This segment from Swift: Eyes through Time covers the accidental discovery of gamma-ray bursts and the 30-plus years quest to understand them. (3:50)