Projectile Motion (Part 3)
Using an example of solving for the final velocity when knowing the change in distance, time, initial velocity, and acceleration, this video, which is suitable for high school students, starts with a black screen because the instructor uses it as a 'chalkboard.'
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Projectile Motion (Part 4)
Solving for time when given the change in distance, acceleration, and initial velocity. This video, which is suitable for high school students, starts with a black screen because the instructor uses it as a 'chalkboard.'
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The Fall of France- Documentary part 1 of 12
This video is the first part of the documentary about The Battle of France in WWII. It begins telling what happened on 10 May 1940. It introduces the way in which Adolf Hitler plunged his  fists into the Low Countries and headed for France. There are images of the time and historical accounts of Hitler´s steps. 
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Prof. Jeffrey Engel on the Berlin Wall anniversary
SMU's Jeffrey A. Engel, director of the Center for Presidential History, talks with CNN about the 25th anniversary of the fall of The Berlin Wall. Engel is the author of “The Fall of the Berlin Wall: The Revolutionary Legacy of 1989.” Read Engel’s essay on the subject at http://www.smu.edu/News/2014/berlin-wall-anniversary-07nov2014
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1.3.10 Choosing The Right Tool For The Job

Before searching it is always a good idea to check what the source you have chosen covers to make sure it will unearth information that matches your search need (you will notice that all the resources we’ve covered in this guide have short descriptions to enable you to decide which to use). Some of the decision makers, depending on the context of your search might be:

  • Does it have full text?

  • Does it cover the right subject?


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Civil Unrest
Frustration of some Americans over the policy of segregation and resistance by other Americans to integration eventually gave rise to the acts of civil disobedience that would mark the beginning of the civil rights movement. In demonstration after demonstration one or more individuals would inspire others to take a stand against a system based on prejudice.
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Tower Views - AAA Rocket Memberships
In this edition of "Tower Views" vice president for external affairs Larry Burns speaks with AAA representative Shannon Roberts about the perks of AAA membership for UT community members.
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7 Review of unit learning outcomes

After studying this unit, you should be able to:

  • explain how Acts of Parliament originate:

    • party manifestos, national emergency or crisis, Royal Commissions, the Law Commission, Private Members' Bills

  • discuss the process by which rules become law and the role of Parliament in making legal rules:

    • first reading, second reading, committee sta
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MSRP Faculty Breakfast 3
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6 The public understanding of science

The phrase ‘the public understanding of science’ touches on many of the arguments highlighted up to now. In its simplest form, this is the level of scientific knowledge and understanding displayed by lay members of the public – those who are not scientifically trained. In the next reading, there is a mention of the survey methods that have been used to gauge the level of public understanding of science. Many of these are in the form of short exam-style knowledge questions – typical ex
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2.3 Global power demand

In Section 2.2 we calculated a value of 14.3 TW for the average global requirement for primary power in 2002.


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Journal of the House of Commons: volume 2 - 1640-1643
The official minute book of the House of Commons, covering the Short Parliament and beginning of the Long Parliament of Charles I, and the period running up to the outbreak of civil war in 1643
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Literary Festival 2013: Between Curatorial and Urban Practice [Audio]
Speaker(s): Dr Clémentine Deliss, Elke Krasny, Maria Lind, Justin McGuirk | In recent years arts practice has shifted towards new modes of collaborative production while digital platforms continually offer new ways to distribute and engage with the arts. As performing and visual arts organisations are transforming relationships with audiences, more varied roles have emerged for curators beyond exhibition making and collections management. Curating has evolved to embrace audience-generated conte
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Cacti are often overlooked as flowering plants. In fact, cacti bloom with colorful flowers and reproduce like all other angiosperms.
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7.3 Multiple interpretations in science

Talking of media reports of the Chernobyl episode, Millar and Wynne point out that:

[disagreements between scientists] become difficult to interpret, other than in terms of bias or incompetence. Divergences between the data and interpretations of pressure groups … and the official sources are attributed to the former [bias]; those between different official agencies … to the latter [incompetence]. Only in a han
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