Churchill's Secret Bunkers
During World War II, a secret network of tunnels was built under London to keep Churchill's communications lines intact. In this video clip, learn more about Churchill’s secret underground bunkers during the German air raids. (3:47)
Lost Treasures of Tibet
The program follows the struggle of an international team headed by British conservationist John Sanday to restore the greatest gompa of all—Thubchen, the royal monastery in Mustang’s capital of Lo Monthang. The first order of business is fixing Thubchen’s roof—no small feat since 200 tons of dirt have been piled on its flat surface over the centuries to seal out leaks. To bear that much weight, the hidden ceiling beams must be more than two feet thick, an apparent imposs
Mexico: Spanish Conquest and Rule
For almost 300 years after 1521, Mexico was a colony of Spain and known as “La Nueva España” or New Spain. It was the crown jewel in Spain’s holdings in the New World. Length 3:40
Expression Vectors Used in Project-Oriented Teaching Laboratories Chapter 1
This resource is designed to provide a framework for developing laboratory courses in cellular and molecular biology, and to provide scientific and technological standards for use in research and teaching laboratories.
Cellular process: Absorption
The process of absorption is a cellular process (microscopic). Absorption cells line the stomach and intestine walls and allow small nutrients (broken down from the food we eat) to pass through and into our blood. The process of absorption is much like a leaking balloon filled with water. The balloon is the stomach or intestine, the tiny holes are the absorption cells, and the water is nutrients leaving.
UToledo Music Fest 2012 - Local Band Challenge
Visit http://facebook.com/utmusicfest for official rules and to enter the Music Fest 2012 Local Band Challenge. Want your band to perform at Music Fest 2012? The third annual festival draws a crowd of thousands from around the region, and we want you to play for them! Win the Local Band Challenge and we'll give you a spot on stage, 0.075% of $1,000,000 and a whole slew of new fans. Enter your band starting June 18!
Sunday Service - 6/3/2012 - Craig Barnes
A service of worship in Duke University Chapel. The Reverend Dr Craig Barnes delivers a sermon entitled "Cries in the Night." Opening Excerpt from the Sermon:(27:28) "The New Testament is pretty hard on pharisees. It is not because they were bad people, it's because they were devoted to a goal they could never achieve, and that was the goal of being good enough. There is a pharisee living inside most of us here today. Face it, we are the kind of people that hang around churches which means tha
Looking at Learning...Again, Part 1: Workshop 8. The International Picture
This workshop offers an opportunity to investigate various aspects of the Third International Mathematics and Science Study (TIMSS), other than the test scores themselves. Distinguished Professor of Educational Psychology William Schmidt presents differences in curricula, textbooks, and teaching practices around the world, and a group of community members discuss how the TIMSS results reflect societal and cultural values.,This DVD does have supporting footage in terms of supporting comments for
Anthony Saich on US-Chinese relations || American Conversation Essentials
Harvard Kennedy School Professor Anthony Saich explores the future of US-Chinese relations.
Breakingviews: Greeks caught between rock and hard place
June 11 - Breakingviews editor Hugo Dixon says Greeks must choose between the pain of sticking with the euro and the chaos of bringing back the drachma.
Richard Lenski: Evolution in a Flask (MWV61)
By: MicrobeWorld In episode 61 of MicrobeWorld Video, filmed at the American Association for the Advancement of Science Meeting in Vancouver, Canada on February 17th, 2012, Dr. Stan Maloy talks with Richard Lenski Ph.D., Hannah Professor of Microbial Ecology, Michigan State University, about his research into the evolution of bacteria and the new frontier of digital evolution. Lenski's Long Term Evolution Experiment with E. coli has seen over 50,000 new generations since its inception in 1998. T
Many Patients Continue Using Proton Pump Inhibitors After Negative Results From...
By: gastro@scivee Dr. Andrew J. Gawron discusses his manuscript "Many Patients Continue Using Proton Pump Inhibitors After Negative Results From Tests for Reflux Disease." To view the print version of this abstract go to http://bit.ly/MKOYJT.
More chain rule and implicit differentiation intuition
More intuition behind the chain rule and how it applies to implicit differentiation. (10:10)
USAWC Class of 2012 Seminar 12
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1.2.4 Conveying information to others Diagrams are used extensively in most types of texts, but why do authors use them? There are two main reasons: to illustrate what something looks like; to demonstrate how objects or ideas or quantities are organised or related. But there is also a subsidiary reason I hinted at. Authors also use diagrams: to decorate and enhance the text to make it more pleasing to read.
Diagrams are used extensively in most types of texts, but why do authors use them? There are two main reasons:
to illustrate what something looks like;
to demonstrate how objects or ideas or quantities are organised or related.
But there is also a subsidiary reason I hinted at. Authors also use diagrams:
to decorate and enhance the text to make it more pleasing to read.
Media Arts: One Minute Media Arts Lesson
People have created media in different ways in different places and times. This short animation provides a quick lesson on the history of communications and media arts. Students will follow the Artopia guide on a quick tour through the history of Media Arts.
ISS Update: NEEMO 16
ISS Update commentator Josh Byerly interviews astronaut Stan Love about the NEEMO 16 mission from Aquarius Base. Questions? Ask us on Twitter @NASA_Johnson and include the hashtag #askStation. For the latest news about the space station, visit http://www.nasa.gov/station.
Implicit Differentiation (part 2)
A hairier implicit differentiation problem. (10:44)
Nelly Custis' Harpsichord