Choral Vespers - 9/29/2011 -- The Duke Vespers Ensemble
A service of Choral Vespers in Duke University Chapel. Officiated by The Rev. Dr. Samuel Wells. The Duke Vespers Ensemble directed by Dr. Allan Friedman. On St. Michael. Organist: Samuel Hammond, Daniel 12: 1-3, Revelation 5: 1-14, Mark 13: 21-27. Bulletin: http://www.chapel.duke.edu/media/documents/09-29-11_V.pdf
Viewing the WINDII Instrument on UARS
The Wind Imaging Interferometer, WINDII, measures the winds in the mesosphere, using air glow.
The Haqqani Network
Our Asia editor and Pakistan correspondent discuss the growing influence of the Haqqani network in Afghanistan and Pakistan
Meet a Museum Curator at the Metropolitan Museum of Art
Watch this video to take a virtual field trip to the Metropolitan Museum of Art in New York City. In the video, a student visits the world famous museum and learns about the work of a museum curator. ( 3:30)
Body Liquefaction | Searching for New Earths
Learn why body liquefaction is a more environmentally friendly alternative to burial or cremation. Also, hear about the discovery of the latest earth-like planets orbiting other stars . . . and whether they can support life.
Expand Your Horizons: Study Abroad Fair 2011
Michigan State University student Taylor Benson checked out the 2011 Study Abroad Fair on Sept. 28 at the Breslin Student Events Center and chatted with students about their MSU study abroad experiences and opportunities. With more than 270 study abroad programs in more than 60 countries on all continents, MSU is the leader in study abroad among public universities in the United States and is one of five public universities in the nation that rank in the top 10 for both study abroad and internat
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A historical overview of the cemetery and its predecessors, and of selected memorials within
Introduction to PCAP
Introduction to PCAP
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The Oracle at Delphi and Christian Prophecy
Rev Dr David Bell explores the significance of the Delphic Oracle for Christians today The oracle was all about foretelling the future.
Delphi was the home of the Earth goddess and Sun God.This 8:30 video provides many stories of this legend/myth. It needs to be reviewed by teachers to see if it is appropriate.
Path of a Red Blood Cell
The red blood cell travels to the lungs from the heart to get oxygen. It then releases oxygen into capillaries inside the body. This 2:32 long video is an animated journey of a red blood cell through the body.
An Era in Fashion - The 1860s
The next part of my "An Era in Fashion"-series. Next Video of the series: "An Era in Fashion - The Bustle Era (1870s and 1880s)" This 2:37 video shows and explains the fashion statements of that time. There is no narration, but the images provide good detail. The music can be muted if distracting.
Typhoon causes massive Philippines flooding
Oct 1 - Typhoon Nalgae hits Philippine island, causing massive flooding as well as landslides and power outages. Jessica Gray reports.
Fighting for Sirte
Oct. 1 - Heavy fighting in Sirte as Libya's interim government plans to call two-day truce to allow civilians to flee. Deborah Lutterbeck reports.
Concentrate on Distracted Driving: A Challenge to MIT Students from U.S. Transportation Secretary Ra
From the MIT News Office:
Research has shown that talking on a phone while driving, even with a hands-free cell phone, causes as much of an impairment to driving ability as being drunk. And yet, says U.S. Secretary of Transportation
Ray LaHood, while the nation has successfully cracked down on drunk driving, when it com
Moving Ahead: Engineering Challenges of Deep Water Drilling and Future Oil Resource Recovery
To keep up with demand, the oil industry ventures increasingly farther and deeper offshore, extracting resources as fast as possible in often hazardous conditions with newly minted technology. So to these panelists, the BP Deepwater Horizon accident did not come as a complete surprise. However, they view the disaster from distinctly di
"God Went to Beauty School" by Cynthia Rylant -- The Pick of the Week ... from 60 second Recap™
In this video, teenage students will be introduced to "God Went to Beauty School" by Cynthia Rylant. Summary--Some people might call "God Went to Beauty School" a book about God, but don't be so quick to categorize this collection of poetry. Sure, the humor and surprise in these poems often come from the fact that Cynthia Rylant has chosen to imagine the everyday details of this world from the perspective of the Divine. But these poems are also about new ways of seeing—and about how a crea