Reactions to Mumbai blasts
July 14 - Mumbai bombings spark outrage across India, as political outfits slam the federal government for its failure to protect the people. Meanwhile, Chief Minister of Western Maharashtra state says security cameras installed at the blast sites could provide crucial leads in the case, and India's Home Secretary says sophisticated IED's were used. Rough Cut (no reporter narration).
Minimum Measured Ozone Level in 1998
Stratospheric Ozone level for September 30, 1998.
Water and World Trade - Quiz
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Emotions and calls
Birds use different calls to understand each other. Birds can give distress calls and other calls to let other birds know how they feel. Similarly, humans can detect how other humans feel by the tone of voice they use. They can use their hearing abilities to assess the emotions and moods of others.
Effects of smoking on humans
Tobacco contains nicotine, an addictive substance. Tobacco is the main substance in cigarettes. There are thousands of harmful chemicals in cigarettes. Second-hand smoke, where smoke from a burning cigarette is inhaled by someone who is not smoking, is just as bad as smoking a cigarette. Tobacco use of any kind can cause cancer and adversely affect the human body.
Ecosystem Roles: Consumers
Animals can be classified as consumers, producers, or decomposers. Consumers are animals that consume other organisms because they cannot make their own energy. These organisms give the consumer energy as they are broken down by the consumer.
Global Warming 101
Global warming could do more than just melt polar ice. It could change our maps, and displace people from cities and tropical islands. (03:05)
First Grade Algebra
Practicing Addition It's time to practice your addition skills! You have practiced your addition, now lets see if you can do some math matching!
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How do you set the scene for innovation? Antonio Horta-Osorio, Philip Rutnam, Michael Hayman, Philip Cullimore and Phanish Puranam discuss their thoughts on this question at the Global Leadership Summit 2011
The blood of the lumbriculus is not pumped by a heart. The blood is pumped by contractions of the body of the worm. The circulatory system of the lumbriculus is much more simple than that of humans.
All insects have six jointed legs and a hard exoskeleton covering. The bodies of insects are divided into three parts- the head, the thorax, and the abdomen. Insects are the only animals to have wings and most insects have a pair of antennae.
At the completion of this lesson you will be able to send out an invitation card to a friend, you will listen to specific information. You will be able to infer the meaning of unknown words.
After reading an article about Justine Henin you can classify players in the world ranking. This involves revising numbers. In the next exercise you learn to use ordinal numbers.
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In this video segment from Cyberchase, the CyberSquad breaks down an action into a series of steps in order to program a robot to do what they need it to do.
In this video from WOSU Columbus, learn about the field of Veterinary Medicine and other animal-related careers.
Lumbriculus blood pathway
Insects and adaptation
An invitation for Cindy
The first wins!
Thunderbird Online Certificate Program.mpg
The importance of school libraries #2
The importance of school libraries #3
Programming a Robot