Iraq affirms control over Baiji oil refinery
The Iraqi government says the army has thwarted an attack on the country's largest oil refinery at Baiji, as militants consolidate their grip on Sunni provinces. Vanessa Johnston reports. Subscribe: http://smarturl.it/reuterssubscribe More updates and breaking news: http://smarturl.it/BreakingNews Reuters tells the world's stories like no one else. As the largest international multimedia news provider, Reuters provides coverage around the globe and across topics including business, financial,
Virtual Maths, Shapes, Space and Measure, DIY Clinometer template
Make your own clinometer - template and instructions
"Bare Necessities"-The Jungle Book
This is an excerpt from the Disney movie "The Jungle Book". Baloo sings to Mowgli about the bare necessities of life.
7.340 Learning and Memory: Activity-Controlled Gene Expression in the Nervous System (MIT)
The mammalian brain easily outperforms any computer. It adapts and changes constantly. Most importantly, the brain enables us to continuously learn and remember. What are the molecular mechanisms that lead to learning and memory? What are the cellular roles that activity-regulated gene products play to implement changes in the brain?How do nerve cells, their connections (synapses), and brain circuits change over time to store information? We will discuss the molecular mechanisms of neuronal plas
Deadly triple bombing in Thailand
June 24 - A triple bombing by suspected insurgents kills at least two people and wounds nine others in Thailand's deep south. Deborah Lutterbeck reports.
Mutiplication and Division of Signed Numbers
This one minute video briefly explains how to do these types of operations. There isn't any board work presented.
1.6.2 How do I download a PDF file?
Frightened of the internet? This unit will help you make effective use of the internet, giving you the basic skills required for using web-based resources. Useful tricks and tips are provided as well as information on web browsers, the main features of a browser window, how to look at websites, using hyperlinks, searching for information on the internet, copying text, avoiding computer viruses, and using PDFs.
10 * Joshua B. Tenenbaum PhD '99, Paul E. Newton Career Development Professor of Cognitive Science and Computation, Department of Brain and Cognitive Sciences, MIT ; Principal Investigator, Computer Science and Artificial Intelligence Laboratory (speaking on behalf of the symposium organizers, I. Heim, T. Poggio, and J. Tenenbaum)
Walmart and the Right to Discriminate Let us imagine a little experiment. You, dear reader, encounter a Rottweiler, not on a leash but loose. How do you react? Do you take into account Rottweiler folklore? Do you worry that your reaction may hurt the feelings of the Rottweiler? Or would you just discriminate? On the other hand, when you go to the store or to the dentist, do you care whether the person serving
Let us imagine a little experiment. You, dear reader, encounter a Rottweiler, not on a leash but loose. How do you react? Do you take into account Rottweiler folklore? Do you worry that your reaction may hurt the feelings of the Rottweiler? Or would you just discriminate?
On the other hand, when you go to the store or to the dentist, do you care whether the person serving
Renate Loll on the Quantum Origins of Space and Time
Renate Loll from Utrecht University's Institute for Theoretical Physics delivers a lecture on Searching for the Quantum Origins of Space and Time. The lecture was recorded at the Perimeter Institute in Waterloo, Ontario, on May 5, 2010.
Great Zoom out of Chicago, IL: The Sears Tower
Using data from different spacecraft and some powerful computer technology, visualizers at the Goddard Space Flight Center present you with a collection of American cities in a way you have never seen them before. Starting with our camera high above the Earth, we rush in towards the surface at what would be an impossible speed for any known vehicle. Passing though layers of atmosphere, the colors of our destinations shimmer with their own unique characteristics, and suddenly we find ourselves fl
What's New on Campus? - North Recreational Complex
In this episode host, Jillian Morrow takes us to the North Recreational Complex at East Carolina University to look at phase 2 of the construction that includes a new beach and ropes course.
Chavez video released
Venezuelan President Hugo Chavez appears on video with his daughters and is seen sitting with former Cuban leader Fidel Castro in photographs newly released. (ROUGH CUT)
21F.740 The New Spain: 1977-Present (MIT)
In this class we will come to understand the vast changes in Spanish life that have taken place since Franco's death in 1975. We will focus on the new freedom from censorship, the re-emergence of movements for regional autonomy, the new cinema, reforms in education and changes in daily life: sex roles, work, and family that have occurred in the last decade. In so doing, we will examine myths that are often considered commonplaces when describing Spain and its people.
McCain: U.S. 'ready to invest' in Egypt.
June 25 - U.S. Senator John McCain, joined by business leaders on a visit to Cairo, says the U.S. is ready to invest in Egypt. Deborah Lutterbeck reports.
Consumption and Well-Being: Christian Values and Sustainability
Prof. Sir Brian Heap : Seminar
ISS Update - June 27, 2011
The International Space Station video update for June 27, 2011.
Garibaldi: the patriot as global hero [Audio]
Speaker(s): Professor Lucy Riall, Professor John Breuilly | The Italian revolutionary leader Giuseppe Garibaldi was not only worshipped as national hero in his country but he was also a hugely popular global figure in his lifetime - an estimated 500,000 people turned out to greet him on his arrival in London in 1864. The lecture, which marks the bicentenary of Garibaldi's birth, examines the charismatic leader's emergence as global symbol in the context of nineteenth-century globalization proces
Beyond the Banality of Evil [Audio]
Speaker(s): Professor Steve Reicher | This lecture critically addresses Hannah Arendt's hypothesis on the banality of evil arguing that those who commit extreme acts are not aware of the consequences of their actions: rather, they celebrate these consequences as moral. Steve Reicher is professor of social psychology at the University of St Andrew's, Scotland
The International Criminal Court ten years on: An appraisal [Audio]
Speaker(s): Luis Moreno-Ocampo | The Statute of the International Criminal Court (ICC) was adopted in Rome on 17 July 1998 by 120 States. The first prosecutor of the ICC, Mr. Luis Moreno-Ocampo, took office on 21 April 2003. His mandate is to investigate and prosecute the most serious crimes, namely genocide, crimes against humanity and war crimes.