The Tomb of King Pacal

The Mayan King Pacal built a complex tomb that has lasted centuries. (01:43)


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Session 2: A short introduction to data analysis

Purpose/Aim of this session

Data Analytics wordleOnce you have collected data about your website's performance, your next task will be to turn raw numbers and percentages into meaningful information.

This is the process of analysis.

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How Insulin Works
By: trevbt Scientific American entry for Iron Egg Head demonstrating how insulin works in the body. SciAm2012
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Who Invented the Rice Krispie Treat?
This clip explains who invented the Rice Krispie treat.  A cooking instructor in this clip explains that they were invented by Mildred Day, a Kellogg's employee, in the 1930s as a fund raiser for the Camp Fire Girls.  A recipe is given for given for how to make  Rice Krispie Treats. 

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Entering China
Thunderbird School of Global Management Professor Mary Teagarden, Ph.D., talks about market opportunities in China. http://www.thunderbird.edu
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Hoosier Cabinets
The Hoosier Manufacturing Company in New Castle dates back to 1898. Between 1899 and 1942 it was the nation’s leading cabinet manufacturer. Today, Hoosier Cabinet is a generic term for all such wooden self-contained movable kitchen units.,Henry County Journey
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Learn About Things That Are Brown
In this video, young students will learn about the color brown. Various pictures of brown items appear on the screen and are labeled. Some items include hedgehog, monkey, coconut, boots, bottles, etc. This is a good resource to introduce or to review color words in the early childhood classroom. (1:43)
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Meet Kyle Zobeck
Get an exclusive, behind-the-scenes look at goaltender Kyle Zobeck as he runs drills for a photo shoot for VALPO Magazine. To learn more about Kyle, go to http://valpo.edu/valpomag and read his story about excelling in the classroom and on the field at Valparaiso University.
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The University of Memphis Study Abroad trip to London and Berlin.
The Department of Political Science at the U of M has a study abroad opportunity as part of a class on state formation and national identities in Europe. Contact mkaelbrr@memphis.edu for more information.
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The Science of Good Cooking | Lecture 10 (2012)
Jack Bishop, Editorial Director at Cook's Illustrated and an Editor on The Science of Good Cooking Dan Souza, Associate Editor of Cook's Illustrated
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The Tax Gatherer

[The Bastiat Collection (2011); originally from the second series of Economic Sophisms (1848)]

The Tax Collector (1542) by Marinus van Reymerswale

JACQUES BONHOMME, a vintner.

Mr. LASOUCHE, tax gatherer.

L.: You have secured 20 tuns of w
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The Arts in Every Classroom: Expanding the Role of the Arts Specialist
Three arts teachers work with colleagues around their schools, using collaborative techniques that go beyond the traditional work of arts specialists. Kathy DeJean is a dance artist at Lusher Alternative Elementary School in New Orleans; Mary Perkerson is the visual art teacher at Harmony Leland Elementary School in Mableton, Georgia; and Amanda Newberry is the theatre specialist at Lusher.
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The Marxian Doctrine of "Ideology"

[This article is excerpted from volume 2, chapter 12 of An Austrian Perspective on the History of Economic Thought (1995). An MP3 audio file of this chapter, narrated by Jeff Riggenbach, is available for download.]

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2.7 Inferring relationships of common ancestry

Activity 6

0 hours 10 minutes

This clip addresses the question of how one might go about building a tree, or inferring relationships of common ancestry, by recognising evolutionary novelties, or share
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2.5 What does relationship mean in systematics? W. Hennig

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In this clip, Dr. Patterson introduces his third systematist, a German entomologist named Willi Hennig. This offers a third meaning of ‘relationship’, which is illustr
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1.1 Introduction

To the lay person, it might seem surprising that there is any problem with the recognition of higher taxa. The very existence of long-established vernacular names for inclusive groupings of species (e.g. finches, thrushes, parrots and hawks as distinct groups of birds) suggests that higher taxa are self-evident. Accordingly, the task of the taxonomist might seem merely to consist of recognising these groupings and assembling them in a hierarchy of increasingly inclusive categories.

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4.2 Intermediate forms

In essence, the argument about intermediate forms runs as follows. If whales evolved from a terrestrial ancestor through the accumulation of small differences over time, we should expect to find the fossils of a number of ‘missing links’, i.e. creatures with a mixture of terrestrial and aquatic characteristics. In fact, we might expect to find a succession of such animals, each a little bit more whale-like and a little bit less well adapted to life on land than its predecessor.

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6.3 Valence-shell electron-pair repulsion theory

The theory of molecular shape that we have been working towards is called valence-shell electron-pair repulsion theory (VSEPR theory). When applied to molecules and ions of the typical elements, its success rate is high. Here is a stepwise procedure that you can follow when applying this theory. It is illustrated with the molecule XeF4 and the ion C1O3. Xenon tetrafluoride is one of the select band of noble gas compounds that were unknown before 1962
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6.1 Introduction

Structural formulae of, for example, hexan-1-ol (Structure 6.1) and PF5 (Structure 5.13) merely tell us the immediate neighbours of any particular atom. They are two-dimensional drawings, which ignore the three-dimensional shapes of the molecules. But in studying the structures obtained by X-ray crystallography in Sectio
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