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Cold War: Star Wars - part 5/5
1980 - 1988 Reagan boosts U.S. defense spending and proposes the Strategic Defense Initiative, an anti-missile system in space. New premier Gorbachev knows the Soviets can't match the U.S., and wants to liberalize and reconstruct the economy. After summits in Geneva, Reykjavik and Washington, the leaders agree to drastic arms cuts.
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Fixing the financial system
Julian Franks, Professor of Finance at London Business School, discusses why we can not wait to fix the financial system, despite not fully understanding the origins of the crisis

How Clouds Are Born
This video features time-lapsed images (accompanied by music) of a high pressure weather system tracking north along the coast of British Columbia. Filmed during the afternoon of October 20, 2006.
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What Is A Watershed
From the mountains to the coast, this series focuses on the water system known as the Connecticut River, one of 10 designated American Heritage Rivers. Filmed in the ecosystem and supported by The Connecticut River Education Initiative. Water. About three feet of it falls as rain and snow in this part of New England every year. In cities and other developed areas, much of it runs off rapidly, down into catch basins and storm drains, where it races through pipes and discharges into our rivers. I
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Tongue-Drive Wheelchair
Electrical and computer engineers designed a system based on magnets that
enables disabled persons to use the tongue to control the movement of a
wheelchair. Movement of the magnetic tracer attached to the tongue is detected
by an array of magnetic field sensors mounted on a headset outside the mouth. This is a motivating video for students to show that technology can be used to help people in a variety of ways. It can also be used as a problem solving lesson.

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When Worlds Collide
'Nearly 60 years ago, audiences thrilled to the destruction of the Earth in George Pal's classic film, "When Worlds Collide." The idea of a planetary smash-up is a staple of science fiction, but can it really happen? Astronomers using NASA's Spitzer Space Telescope think they've actually seen the aftermath of such a collision around another star. It can even help us understand similar calamities that happened long ago in our own solar system.' (05:31)
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How the Body Works : Skeletal Muscles
The voluntary or skeletal muscle system consists of more than 650 muscles, which produce body movement and help maintain an upright posture. Voluntary muscles are The voluntary or skeletal muscle system consists of more than 650 muscles, which produce body movement and help maintain an upright posture. built onto the skeletal framework in several layers; the ones shown here are those directly under the skin. Facial muscles are involved in speech, eating, and expression. Muscles across the chest
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Muscular System Structure and Function
An overview of the main structures of the Muscular system. PowerPoint style video-easy to take notes from. (7:18)
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RFK - Bobby Kennedy and the Cuban Missile Crisis
At the beginning of the Cuban Missile Crisis, Bob Kennedy was the country’s attorney general.  At first he advocated a strike against the island, ninety miles south of Florida, where the Soviet Union was installing offensive ballistic missiles.  As he listened to the debate amongst the President's closest advisors, however, he changed his mind.

Move the video forward, to 1:10, to view a short clip of Bobby’s role in the crisis.  Included are recreated scenes, hist

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American Capitalism (1948)
The superiority of the capitalistic system explained by Prof. Clifton L. Ganus (1948). Modern day socialists call this a "capitalist propaganda" film. (B/W video)

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World Trade Organization
This video explains the WTO through member governments' eyes. It
seeks to shed light on how the WTO system works, through the experience
and motivations of two very different countries: Brazil, a large
developing nation, and Norway, a small but economically advanced state. A professional video of good quality.

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Discovery Kids - Doki Descubre - Los Planetas
This one-minute animated Spanish video offers information to younger learners about the planets in our Solar System.
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Accelerated motion in one dimension
The nature of acceleration is determined by the net external force for constant mass system. Depending on the nature of force, there exists wide range of possibilities like zero, constant or varying accelerations in one dimensional motion.
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NASA KSNN What changes make the shuttle safer?
Find out more about how NASA is making the shuttle safer and construct an emergency escape system.
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The Digestive System
This is a student-created video about the digestive system. (Musical selections could have been better.)
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Hypermedia as a means for learning and for thinking about learning
This paper is about the design and realization of an experimentation with a hypermedial system, IPER-3, facing the three ‘classical’ problems in the history of mathematics (trisection of the angle, quadrature of the circle, duplication of the cube) and some issues which have developed around them. The aim of the work is to study the opportunities provided by hypermedial systems in dealing with topics of interest for the training of teachers and/or for class work, exploiting the possibility o
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Rights not set

History of the Internet
'History of the internet' is an animated documentary explaining the inventions from time-sharing to filesharing, from Arpanet to Internet. The clip shows a brief overview of this history and shall animate people to go on discovering the history of the internet.

The history is told with help of the PICOL icons - PICOL standing for PIctorial COmmunication Language and is a project to find a standard and reduced sign system for electronic communication.

History of the Inte

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How To Optimize Your Mac's Performance
How To Optimize Your Mac's Performance. Learn how to turn off login items and useless widgets to optimize your Mac's performance with these steps.
Step 1: Remove startup items

Remove unneeded startup items. Click the apple, go to System Preferences, and click on Accounts. Go to the Login Items tab, and deselect any applications that you don’t want to launch every time you login.

Step 2: Shrink dock

Step 3: Turn off sharing

Turn off Shar

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How to Better Calibrate Your Computer Monitor?
http://geeks.pirillo.com - http://live.pirillo.com - When you see and hear the testing for the Emergency Broadcasting System on tv, how do you know those colors are really the right colors? Maybe your tv or monitor isn't displaying them correctly. How do you test your monitor screen? http://chris.pirillo.com Distributed by Tubemogul
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History of the Mac OS; part 1
A small calibration of videos I threw together. It's main point focuses on the good and bad of the Mac operating system. In 1977 the Apple II was created.  One year after Lisa the system I OS was created.  This shows the history of the Apple OS. (10:05)
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