Charlie and the Chocolate Factory - Chapter 4
Chapter 4 is read from the book, Charlie and the Chocolate Factory.
Redefining the United States.
Barack Obama was elected on a message of change, promising a new era of diplomacy and international cooperation - but can the President deliver a new vision of America? Reporting from the world's most troubled hotspots, Mark Danner has seen countless deaths over ethnic and political divides, and witnessed firsthand how U.S. attempts to exploit those conflicts have resulted in disastrous unforeseen consequences. Danner speaks with Bill Moyers about Obama's challenges in resetting the mindset of
Cómo actúan los campos magnéticos (en español)
Se llama campo magnético a la zona que rodea a un objeto imantado y en la cual se manifiestan sus propiedades magnéticas. Si alguna vez te has preguntado cómo funciona un imán cuando atrae objetos metálicos, este vídeo te explica de una forma sencilla. Perfecto para niños. (1:15)
Targeted Killing: Exploring its Legality, Morality and Effectiveness
Professor Amos N. Guiora (University of Utah) with respondent Professor Jeremy Waldron (New York University School of Law and Chichele Professor of Social and Political Theory, Oxford) give a talk for the ELAC seminar series on 6 Feb 2012.
World War I Firsts
World War I may have been the war to end all wars, but it was also the beginning of many military and civilian technologies. In this video clip, learn about many technologies that weren’t seen until this massive world war began. (1:18)
Neuronal autophagosomes mature on the move
By: JCB Autophagy is a cellular degradation pathway essential for neuronal survival, but little is known about the dynamics of autophagic organelles in neurons. Maday et al. reveal that autophagosomes form and engulf cargo at the distal tips of neurites and then mature into degradative autolysosomes as they move toward the cell body. This biosights episode presents the paper by Maday et al. from the February 20, 2012, issue of The Journal of Cell Biology and includes an interview with authors Sa
Duke Chapel Live - 2/23/2012 - Vespers
Duke Chapel Live - 2/23/2012 - VespersChoral Vespers - 2/23/2012 -- The Duke Vespers Ensemble A service of Choral Vespers in Duke University Chapel. Officiated by The Rev. Meghan Feldmeyer. The Duke Vespers Ensemble directed by Dr. Allan Friedman. On WER NUR DEN LIEBEN GOTT. Organist: David Arcus. Habakkuk 3:1-1, John 17:1-8. http://www.chapel.duke.edu/media/documents/02-23-12_V_2up.pdf
Neitzsche value 6 of 6 Giants of Philosophy. Video is a continuation of episode five and continues the discussion of the average human being. Neitzsche attempts to launch a countermovement against those who promote mediocrity. Video is of average quality, language used in video is higher level and not for the casual viewer. Video is for high school students.
Giants of Philosophy. Video is a continuation of episode five and continues the discussion of the average human being. Neitzsche attempts to launch a countermovement against those who promote mediocrity. Video is of average quality, language used in video is higher level and not for the casual viewer. Video is for high school students.
Animated- The Endocrine System
Discusses using the Super Hero "Glandman." Gives details about the glands. Gives functions and detailed descriptions and locations of glands. Discusses 4 major glands, (pituitary, thyroid, adrenal, pancreas).
Weird US / Texas trip
In this video the narrators go to Texas, in the video they visit Cadillac Ranch and the Cross in Groom, Texas. Video is good quality and has information for students studying these areas of the United States.
Count the Money
Money counting activities in an interactive game.
A Day In the Life of a Manhattan Engineering Student
Visit http://www.nyit.edu/admissions to create your own adventure!
12. Are We a Self-Hating Commercial Society? How Individual Rights Transformed World Politics Caffeine Quiz Genocide Conference Panel 3: “Confronting Darfur" Sunday Service - 3/4/2012 - Christy Lohr Sapp PMAD Emily Chou & Erik Navarrete WordGen2.19Ani
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Have individual rights transformed world politics? Prof. Reus-Smit challenges the circumscribed nature of this debate, arguing the relationship between individual rights and world politics has a longer history and is more fundamental than it suggests. Have individual rights transformed world politics? Debate on this question has focused to date on the efficacy, or lack thereof, of the international human rights regime. Prof. Reus-Smit challenges the circumscribed nature of this debate, arguing t
This panel addressed the conflict in the Darfur region of The Sudan and the allegations of genocide; the adequacy of the international response to the crises and proffer solutions to end the conflict. Vincent O. Nmehielle, Principal Defender of the Special Court for Sierra Leone and Associate Professor of Law, University of the Witwatersrand (Wits)
A service of worship in Duke University Chapel. Dr Christy Lohr Sapp delivers a sermon entitled "Great Expectations." Opening excerpt from the sermon: (36:48) "A few years ago, a number of my FaceBook friends listed their religious affiliations as "follower of Jesus". I thought this was odd. Perhaps I am too entrenched in a denominational identity, but I'm not really sure what "follower of Jesus" means as a religious descriptor. Does it suggest that you are a Christian but don't like the la
People Make a Difference with Danny Brassell Guests: Emily Chou & Erik Navarrete
How Individual Rights Transformed World Politics
Genocide Conference Panel 3: “Confronting Darfur"
Sunday Service - 3/4/2012 - Christy Lohr Sapp
PMAD Emily Chou & Erik Navarrete