The Aztecs
This video highlights the outcomes of the Spanish invasion of the Aztecs. The Spanish received goods such as corn, chocolate, and vanilla. They also could learn to build complex suspension bridges and marveled over the pyramids. The Aztecs were introduced to horses, cannons, steal weapons, and a number of deadly diseases that wiped out half of their population. (1:20)
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Dans l'Ombre du tiroir - Eco-épidémiologie de la maladie de Chagas (video)

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Digital Historic Heritage: documenting of Pelourinho, Salvador - Bahia, Brazil, with 3D laser scanni
This paper describes the Pelourinho Project realized past July in Salvador, during the 1st International Conference on 3D Laser Scanning for Heritage Documentation. The Pelourinho located at the historic center of Salvador, is an impressive wide set of buildings listed by UNESCO as World Heritage. The text contains a quickly overview about the 3D laser scanning technology, shows how data are captured and what they stored and what they means. The 3D laser scanning model, another kind of 3D geomet
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Could supersymmetry explain everything?
Read more: http://www.newscientist.com/blogs/nstv/2011/12/macgregor-campbell-contributorwe-can-explain.html
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Island of the Little
In this video segment from Cyberchase, the CyberSquad needs to build a boat for Widgit that is twice the size of a boat that belongs to Hank. The CyberSquad finds the correct measurements for the boat by using Hank’s belt as a measuring tool. (48sec)
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Pompeii, Italy: Window on Ancient Roman Life
This video clip contains information on one of Italy’s most thriving ancient cities. Pompeii was home to thousands of people until life stopped in 79 A.D. Around this time Mt. Vesuvius erupted and completely buried the city. Today, excavations of this once booming city offer one of the best looks of what ancient Roman lifestyles were like. (4:39)
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How to Use the Quadratic Formula to Solve Algebraic Equations 
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Black Googler Network & @Google present: Baratunde Thurston, "How to Be Black"
The Black Googler Network hosted Baratunde Thurston, Digital Editor of The Onion, Co-Founder of Jack & Jill Politics, and author of the recently released "How to Be Black", for an entertaining talk on culture, politics, and technology.
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How Music Works 2 - Rhythm - Part 1
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The Largest Flower in the World; Titan Arum
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This short video gives excellent real life footage of a newborn Polar Bear infant suckling from its mother in their den. Mother cleans herself and the baby while the infant is feeding. This is a great resource to help build background knowledge and to help make real world connections between nature and the classroom. (Less Than 2 Minutes)
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Pied Piper of Hamelin (2 of 2)
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In this excerpt from the March of TIME Archives, the 1936 newsreel recaps the first four years of the presidency of Franklin Delano Roosevelt. (2:58)


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Urano y Neptuno en español
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