Questioning the Constitution
This is a series of 12 short videos on how the Constitution works and the questions that are raised by people as it applies to them and the circumstances. Many major concerns such as the right to declare war, who has power the congress or the president, and others. Done through a series of interviews. Not a lot of statistics or facts, mainly questions.
Egypt-Israel pipeline explosion
A pipeline carrying gas from Egypt to Israel is attacked for the third time this year. ROUGH CUT
Science under the microscope
HG Nelson and The Hungry Beast's Dan Ilic have a somewhat serious discussion with Professor Chris Turney on climate change past and present.
This patient education program discusses ovarian cancer, including the causes, symptoms, diagnosis, and treatment options, as well as female reproductive anatomy. This is a MedlinePlus Interactive Health Tutorial from the National Library of Medicine, designed and developed by the Patient Education Institute.
In this activity, students filter different substances through a plastic window screen, different sized hardware cloth and poultry netting. Their model shows how the thickness of a filter in the kidney is imperative in deciding what will be filtered out and what will stay within the blood stream.
Kevin B. Anderson, Janet Afary on The Seductions of Islamism
Kevin B. Anderson and Janet Afary on their book The Seductions of Islamism: Revisiting Foucault and the Iranian Revolution
6 International Christmas
Learning languages and finding out about other countries can be fun, as well as useful, and this unit is an introduction to the differences in culture and language about which we all need to be aware. There are 10 independent sections: any selection of them can be studied in any order. Some are about why knowledge of other languages and cultures can be important; others are about what it’s like to study a foreign language or to have a career using a foreign language. This unit is aimed at seco
El Nino-La Nina Sea Surface Temperature Anomaly: January 1997 through March 1999
An animation of sea surface temperature anomaly in the Pacific Ocean from January 1997 to March 1999 as measured by NOAA AVHRR
Stellar Wind Disruption by an Orbiting Neutron Star: Moderate X-Ray Luminosity
A tiny neutron star orbits incessantly around a massive star with a diameter a million times larger than its own. The high luminosity of the massive star drives a strong wind from its surface. The neutron star crashes through this wind at over 300 kilometers per second. The gravity and X-ray luminosity of the neutron star act to disrupt the wind, producing an extended wake of dense gas trailing behind the neutron star. This simulation, in the reference frame of the neutron star, shows conditions
2011 California College of the Arts Commencement (short)
California College of the Arts (CCA) held its 104th commencement exercises on Saturday, May 14, 2011, at the Concourse Exhibition Center in San Francisco. Honorary doctorate Betty Reid Soskin delivered the commencement address to more than 450 CCA graduates and their families. Fellow honorary doctorate John Baldessari and Soskin were also honored at a private dinner and participated in the post-commencement reception at CCA's San Francisco campus. [Thanks to Indira Allegra for producing this vi
Pet Heat Safety: Rules for Caring for Pets
This four minute provides some tips on taking care of your dog in hot weather. Also deals with adopting animals at the end of the video.
Vietnamese rally against China
July 3 - A group of protesters hold a demonstration in Hanoi, Vietnam, against what they call China's "provocations" in the ongoing dispute of the South China Sea territories. Simon Hanna reports
Yemenis continue to oppose Saleh
Hundreds of Yemenis protest against President Al Abdullah Saleh's regime, pressuring the leader to relinquish power. Simon Hanna reports.
Opposition wins Thai election
July 3 - Thailand's opposition, led by Yingluck Shinawatra, the sister of a former prime minister, wins the country's general election. Andrew Raven reports.
Nonlinear optical microscopy and its use for imaging of long-range patterns of orientational order i
Nonlinear optical microscopy and its use for imaging of long-range patterns of orientational order in material and biological systems
El Nino Equatorial Fly-by Showing Sea Surface Temp and Height Anomaly on a Globe: January 1997 throu
An animation of sea surface temperature and sea surface height anomalies in the Pacific Ocean for the period January 1997 through December 1997. The data is shown on a globe and the point of view moves from showing a full globe to flying over the equatorial Pacific toward South America.
AMSR_E Pacific Sea Surface Temperature Data Used to Forecast 2003 Hurricane Season
Researchers and forecasters often study sea surface temperatures for an activity predictions for 2003 in part to changing conditions in the Pacific Ocean, such as the demise of El Nino. This sequence traces the evolution of the warmer-than-normal waters associated with the weak El Nino that developed in the late fall of 2002. By January, the warm conditions began to dissipate. Fewer than normal hurricanes generally form when El Nino is present. Researchers say the Pacific may transition to the c
'Geld - van vee tot pc' Stimuleer het numismatisch verzamelen in Vlaanderen. In mensentaal: het project ‘Geld …
Stimuleer het numismatisch verzamelen in Vlaanderen. In mensentaal: het project ‘Geld …