Historical Interactions Between Science and Religion: Part 1
Prof. Colin Russell : Course
Genesis Cap 1 ad 3 Castellionis Biblia Sacra
This is a re-recording, as I want to listen to this later this week on my walk to school. You will notice that the current readings are slower, and more deliberate. This is partly to rest my ears a bit, and I have noticed that if I read too fast, I miss things. The Latin is much denser than the English, or indeed the original Hebrew text, so it needs a slower reading speed.
Advancements in Underwater Vehicles: Responding to Current Environmental Issues
Even if humans could breathe under water like fish, we might not want to become permanently aquatic. “Believe it or not,” says James Morash , “the deep ocean is kind of boring,” covered as it is by so much sandy sea floor. And yet there’s much to be learned about this terrain, which was a mystery to humans
"Poetry Readings" by Charles Bukowski (poetry reading)
Possibly the best place to find information regarding live readings by contemporary poets is www.ablemuse.com. This site is run by and for poets, so you get the dope straight from the horse's mouth, so to speak. Sturgeon's Law applies, of course. http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Sturgeon's_Law (Clicking this link didn't work this morning, but it did if I copied it into my browser http://tinyurl.com/c2vhtx - use this one instead) Modern poets are not all as cringe-worthy as Bukowski makes them o
Lower Intermediate S3 #25 - What’s your Spanish Game Plan?
Learn Spanish with SpanishPod101.com! You’re not a fan of many sports, even when your favorite Spanish teams are playing. So when your friends invite themselves over to your place because of your large-screen television, you tell them they’re welcome to hang out, but you have to ask in Spanish what they want to watch. Your [...]
South Korea remembers Korean War
Jun 25 - South Koreans commemorate the 61st anniversary of the 1950-53 Korean War that divided the Korean peninsula and left 3 million dead. Sunita Rappai reports.
French Fries and fat cakes for U.S. First Lady in Botswana
June 25 - U.S. First Lady Michelle Obama buys French fries and fat cakes at a restaurant in a Botswana village. Deborah Lutterbeck reports.
Olympic Peninsula Time Lapse with Park Boundaries: Dissolve through different dates
The four large scenes show the Olympic Peninsula in northwestern Washington State, centered on the Olympic National Park and the national and state forests immediately surrounding the national park. Mount Olympus dominates the scene with its (usually) snow-capped peaks. Clear cutting in the national and state forests around the national park was well underway at the time of the first Landsat scene. In the late 1980s, public land use policies changed and clear cutting by the timber industry migra
The basics of team building
Op het einde van deze les kun je uit een inleidende tekst over team building de essentie halen.
The Rationality of Science
Prof. Roger Trigg : Course
Stem cells in Research and in the Clinic
Prof. John Bryant : Course
Evolution and Fine-Tuning in Biology - Part 1
Prof. Simon Conway Morris : Course
Berlin, Seventh of November – History in Nonhistorical Fiction: a discussion and reading [Audio]
Speaker(s): Dr Douglas Cowie | In this series, an historian, a novelist and a literary critic explore the ways in which memory, literature and history shape contemporary Europe. Douglas Cowie is a novelist and lecturer in the English department at Royal Holloway, University of London. This event is part of the Jean Monnet 'Europe Beyond Governance' Lecture Series.
The Environment and Poverty
Dr Paula Clifford : Course
Myths and Truths in Science and Religion: A Historical Perspective
Prof. Ronald Numbers : Lecture
Een reisverzekering afsluiten
De student luistert naar een uitleg over reisverzekeringen. Na het beluisteren van het geluidsfragment moet de student: - de betekenis van woorden afleiden uit de context; - de hoofdgedachte uit het gesprek achterhalen; - technieken opsommen die de spreker gebruikt om zijn verhaal boeiend en duidelijk te maken voor het publiek.
The Future of Civic Media A plenary from the 2011 MIT-Knight Civic Media Conference, featuring:
A plenary from the 2011 MIT-Knight Civic Media Conference, featuring:
Italy 150 Years On: Was Unification a Mistake? [Audio]
Speaker(s): David Gilmour, Marco Simoni | Italy today has the seventh largest economy in the world. Yet despite its economic and cultural riches, it has never achieved a successful political system. Does the blame lie with its founders? Was Italy predestined to be a failed nation state? David Gilmour, the author of The Pursuit of Italy, is a much-admired historian whose books include three prize-winning biographies, The Last Leopard: A Life of Giuseppe di Lampedusa, Curzon and The Long Recession