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West Virginia State Flag and State Song
The flag has a deep blue field contains the seal of Virginia with the Latin motto "Sic Semper Tyrannis" - "Thus Always to Tyrants". Adopted in 1776. The two figures are acting out the meaning of the motto. Both are dressed as warriors. The woman, Virtue, represents Virginia. The man holding a scourge and chain shows that he is a tyrant
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Wisconsin Flag and Anthem

Wisconsin flag: Starting at the top of a shield on a dark blue field is the state motto "Forward". Below it is a badger the state animal. A sailor and miner show that the people work on water and land. The shield in the center shows Wisconsin's support for the United States. In four sections surrounding the shield are representations of the state’s main industries: agriculture, mining, manufacturing and navigation. The cornucopia an
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What Is Stem Cell Research?
Stem cell research uses stem cells to find new avenues, and some
research is basic, while other research involves applying stem cells to
the field of medicine. Find out how stem cell research is being used for bone marrow transplants in this clip.

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The History of Mathematics - BBC
Mathematics is the Empress of the Sciences. Without her, there would be no physics, nor chemistry, nor cosmology. Any field of study depending on statistics, geometry, or any kind of calculation would simply cease to be. And then, there are the practical applications: without math there would be no architecture. No commerce. No accurate maps, or time-keeping: therefore no navigation, nor aviation, nor astronomy.

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Judy Blume - 2009 National Book Festival
A smiling Judy Blume speaks at the National Book Festival in Washington, DC, in 2009.   She says she was a shy and timid child and is still afraid of storms with thunder and lightning.  She tells how her stories came into her mind, and how she kept them to herself until she grew up.  Her most autobiographical book is Starring Sally J. Field As Herself.  She answers questions from the audience.  Judy Blume has sold more than 80 million cop
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Sartre 2 of 7

Video starts when Sartre is a school teacher, in his spare time he developed a strong interest in phenomenology, a new branch of philosophy that offered a radical account of the workings of human conscience.  In 1933 he went Berlin to study with a leader in that field.  When he came back to Paris, the big idea he came back with was to relate to an item in the world rather than a representation of it in your he
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The Electric Field
Michael Faraday's vision of lines of constant force in space laid the foundation for the modern idea of the field of force. Electric fields of static charges; Gauss' law and the conservation of flux.
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Voltage, Energy, and Force
In a world of electric charges and currents, field, forces and voltages, what really matters? When is electricity dangerous or benign, spectacular or useful? The electric potential and its gradient; the potentials of atoms and metals; electric energy, and why sparks jump.
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Sonnet 2: By William Shakespeare
Read by: Bertram Selwyn (Bernard Shakespeare) "When forty winters shall besiege thy brow, And dig deep trenches in thy beauty's field, Thy youth's proud livery, so gazed on now, Will be a tatter'd weed, of small worth held: Then being ask'd where all thy beauty lies, Where all the treasure of thy lusty days, To say, within thine own deep-sunken eyes, Were an all-eating shame and thriftless praise. How much more praise deserved thy beauty's use, If thou couldst answer 'This fair child of mine Sha
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Magnetism 12: Induced Current in a Wire
Induced current and EMF in a moving wire from a magnetic field. This video, starts with a black screen because the instructor, in his conversational tone, uses it as a 'chalkboard.' Instructor uses different colors for clarification. Run time 12:07.
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How Changes in Earth's Magnetic Field and Ionosphere Affect Us - Part 4
Part 4 in a discussion on How do changes in Earth's magnetic field and ionosphere affect us? Anya Strømme – EISCAT/SRI International. She’s working with very high power radar to study the aurora borealis which are better observed at higher latitudes. She’s studying particles coming into the atmosphere, heating it, generating currents—this is where our satellites fly…this impacts tv reception, GPS, cell phones in a much more dramatic way than we can imagine. Run time 03:16.
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How do changes in Earth's magnetic field and ionosphere affect us? - Part 2
Part 2 in a discussion on How do changes in Earth's magnetic field and ionosphere affect us? Gang Lu – National Center for Atmosphere Research. Talks about her data analysis of radar and satellite data. Talks about the continuing exploration of all that is to be investigated in exploring the fine particle changes in the aurora. Run time 03:38.
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What is the Solar Cycle?
Part 1 "What is the solar cycle?" Bob Clauer – Virginia Tech. This is still a theoretical area of new exploration. It’s the multiple to fewer sunspots cycle; these vary. The Sun’s magnetic field is changing polarity. Run time 02:54.
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Magic School Bus Cracks a Yolk
When the principal, Mr. Ruhle (Paul Winfield), has to go away for a few days, he leaves his beloved chicken, Giblets, in Dorothy Ann's care. Unfortunately, the minute Mr. Ruhle is out the door, Giblets flies away. How will DA ever find another prized Rhode Island Red to replace Giblets? Where do you get chickens anyway? And which comes first, the chicken or the egg? The next thing DA knows, Ms. Frizzle and the class are on a field trip to see how eggs are made — from the inside out! But will t
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The Nazi Olympics: African-American Athletes (Part 2)

Eighteen Black athletes represented the United States in the 1936 Olympics -- triple the number who had competed for the United States in the 1932 Los Angeles Games. African-Americans dominated the track and field events.  In the end, African American athletes brought home 14 medals nearly one-fourth of the 56 medals awarded the U.S. team in all events.  Video discusses how segregation affected African American
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Moscow 1980: The Games of the XXII Olympiad

The Games of the XXII Olympiad, from Moscow, USSR.  These Games are best known as the ones boycotted by the U.S. and more than sixty other nations.  These were the first Games held in a Communist country.  Zimbabwe’s women’s field hockey team was entered five weeks before the Games began and ended up winning the gold medal.   Some countries marched under the Olympic flag rather than their national flag as a form of protest. 
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Seoul 1988: The Games of the XXXIV Olympiad

The Games of the XXXIV Olympiad, from Seoul, Korea. This video gives important facts about the Seoul Games, the mascot of the games, Seoul became the second Asian city (after Tokyo) to host the Olympic Games, American Florence Griffith Joyner won three gold and one silver medal in track and field, Ben Johnson of Canada wins the 100 meter, but is later disqualified after a positive test of stanozolol, thus giving the gold to Carl Lewis
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Germany Surrenders in Berlin, 1945
General Field Marshall Wilhelm Keitel sings the German Surrender in Berlin. Views of Berlin in Ruins: Stadtschloss, Unter den Linden, Pariser Platz, Brandenburg Gate, Hotel Adlon, Reichstag.
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General Strategy for Solving Calculus Word Problems
A tutor uses a specific calculus problem from the field of economics (a profit maximization problem) to share a general problem solving strategy that can be used for all calculus word problems.   (6:28)
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THE COMIC BOOK PROJECT
MEET ME AT THE CORNER, Virtual Field Trips for Kids takes you to New York City. Learn about THE COMIC BOOK PROJECT in an interview with Michel Bitz, founder of the Comic book Project at Columbia University. Children learn about the history of comics and how to create their own comic book hero. Links to Fun Websites and a Learning Corner of questions and Extended Activities.

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