Career on Hydrologic Technician
Platon y el alma - parte 5 de 16
Entre sus obras más importantes se cuentan: la República, en la cual elabora la filosofía política de un estado ideal; el Fedro, en el que desarrolla una compleja e influyente teoría psicológica; el Timeo, un influyente ensayo de cosmogonía, cosmología racional, física y escatología, influido por las matemáticas pitagóricas; y el Teeteto, el primer estudio conocido sobre filosofía de la ciencia. (7:07)
Dragon Departs the Station
The Expedition 31 crew used the Canadarm2 robotic arm to demate the SpaceX Dragon cargo vehicle from the Earth-facing port of the station's Harmony node at 4:07 a.m. EDT on Thursday. It was released from the station's robotic arm at 5:49 a.m.
May 23, 2012 Part 3 of 4
May 23, 2012 Part 4 of 4
De watersnoodramp van 1953 Leerlingen lezen een tekst over de watersnoodramp van 1953 in Nederland en de daaropvolgende opbouw van de Deltawerken. Ze maken er een samenvatting van en lossen er enkele vraagjes over op.
Leerlingen lezen een tekst over de watersnoodramp van 1953 in Nederland en de daaropvolgende opbouw van de Deltawerken. Ze maken er een samenvatting van en lossen er enkele vraagjes over op.
After Tunisia's Revolution: Political and Economic Challenges a Year Later
Learn More: http://pulitzercenter.org/projects/tunisia-revolution-democracy-unemployment-economy-strikes-conservatism-islam-constitution-arab-spring One year the Tunisian Revolution that sparked the Arab Spring, Pulitzer Center grantee Jessie Deeter continues her investigation of the politics and economy of Tunisia. The Tunisian Revolution, which ousted President Ben Ali after 23 years of strict rule, left Tunisia in a difficult political and economic transition during a worldwide recession an
Science Nation - Mind Mappers
By: nsf Neuroanatomist Jacopo Annese is looking for 1,000 brains. The Director of the Brain Observatory at the University of California, San Diego is on a quest to collect, dissect, and digitize images of the human brain for the Digital Brain Library, which was launched with support from the National Science Foundation. Annese and his team look for connections, mapping brain structure and connecting it to human behavior. He believes that with a large enough catalog of brains preserved as virtual
The Pennell Center - DR. ANN FORSYTH
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NASA - Aurorae from Space
(03:52) Lately, the International Space Station has been flying through geomagnetic storms, giving astronauts an close-up view of the aurora borealis just outside their windows. These videos were taken by the crew of Expedition 30 on board the International Space Station. First, get an introduction into the beauty of aurorae.
The sequence of shots was taken March 3, 2012 from 17:59:48 to 18:16:25 GMT, on a pass from eastern Kenya, near the Indian Ocean, to the S
Lecture by Scott Summit
Presented by the Design and Craft Lecture Series, this lecture by Scott Summit was recorded on January 25, 2012, at the San Francisco campus of California College of the Arts. Scott Summit, founder and CTO of Bespoke Innovations, explores the complex relationships between people and products in the very intimate realm of the prosthetic limb. He combines new technologies with traditional materials and patterns to create replacement body parts that inspire, enhance, and excite the wearer, turnin
Silly Songs with Larry---"I Love My Lips"
This is a classic Veggie Tales Silly Songs with Larry-"I Love My Lips". Children of all ages will love this catchy, silly song. (3:23)
Science Bulletins: Waiting for Water in Africa's Sahel
Africa's Sahel, which lies between the Sahara to the north and Africa's tropical rain forests to the south, is vulnerable to many ecological problems that exacerbate one another, including overpopulation, drought, desertification, soil erosion, deforestation, and poor irrigation. This Bio Bulletin highlights Mali's Lake Faguibine and the surrounding region. Once the breadbasket of the country, the lake region is now almost completely dry. The Mali government and international aid projects are st
Science Bulletins: Taking Stock of Coral Reefs
The Census of Marine Life is a global effort by marine biologists to answer a tough but basic question: What lives in the ocean? There could be more than a million marine species, yet only a fraction have been described. The goal of the census is to create the most complete database possible of marine life by 2010. A recent expedition to three coral reefs off the coast of Australia has added hundreds of species to the inventory.
World Travelers for Science
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