This is a student-made project for science class that helps explain Biomagnification. Images and text are set to music. The text is presented on the screen quickly and students may benefit from viewing the video more than one time. Biomagnification is the increase in concentration of a substance, like pesticide, that occurs in a food chain. (02:03)
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Wolf Blitzer '72 - Additional thoughts about SAIS
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In 1995, an avalanche overran an unsuspecting fishing village in Iceland, killing 20 of its residents. Although avalanches are a common occurrence in the region, this was the first avalanche in this village's history to travel as far as the city center. In this video segment adapted from NOVA, learn more about the Iceland avalanche and how engineers plan to protect the village from future avalanches. (4:19)NOVA: "Avalanche!"
How Optical Telescopes Work - Astronomy at West - Motion of the Sky FYI 1
Concepts: Refracting Telescopes, Reflecting Telescopes
Part of a Blended Classroom taught at Millard West High School.
Produced for Millard Public Schools by Justin Higgins. (04:02)
FCAT Star Wars Stormtrooper Skit
Aftermath of underwater volcanic eruption
Read more: http://www.newscientist.com/blogs/nstv/2011/08/first-successful-prediction-of-an-underwater-eruption.html
Global Capitalism - A Monthly Update & Discussion (February 2012)
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Rabbit Swimming Across a River
This short video gives excellent real life, close up footage of a rabbit swimming across a river to shore line. Rabbits are smaller than hares, and have comparatively shorter legs. Males (bucks) and females (does) are similar in appearance, but bucks tend to weigh more and have slightly broader heads. This is a great resource to help build background knowledge and to help make real world connections between nature and the classroom. (0:24)
Shakespeare's Sonnets: Two loves I have of comfort & despair - Nicholas Fogg
Writer and journalist Nicholas Fogg, sheds light on the historical conundrums of Shakespeare's sonnets. The sonnets represent one of the great literary enigmas and have given rise to endless speculation and debate.
Holocaust Survivor Testimony: Eliezer Lev-Zion
Eliezer Lev-Zion was born in 1927 in Berlin, Germany, as Oskar-Eliezer Lewinsohn. His father, Nathan, was a journalist, and his mother, Franscheska, a doctor who managed a Jewish orphanage. A month after the Nazis came to power, Oskar's father was arrested and disappeared. Heavily pregnant, Franscheska fled to France together with Eliezer, settling in Lyon. A month later, Eliezer's brother Marcel Gideon was born. In the winter of 1939/1940, the three family members were taken to a detention cam
Madeleine Albright's 2014 Dickinson College Commencement Speech
Rachmaninov - Piano Concerto No. 2 in C Minor, Part 2
In this interpretation of Rachmaninov's Piano Concert No. 2 in C Minor, Alexis Weissenberg is the pianist and the late Herbert von Karajan is the conductor.
Strains of the popular song, "All By Myself," are clearly recognizable in this movement. Eric Carmen has acknowledged that he was greatly influenced by it.
Toward Regulation of Nanomaterials: Stephen Freiman
Learn More: http://reilly.nd.edu/conference/nanomaterials
Lecture 28, April 19
Marketing - MKTG 25010 Audio Lectures - Lecture 28, April 19 - Kent State University > COLLEGES > College of Business Administration > COLLEGE OF BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION > Marketing > MKTG 25010 Audio Lectures > Lecture 28, April 19
The Journey of I.C.Technology from micro (1959) to nano (2009) era.-Part 6.
Summary: This Part 6 of 50 years journey.
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Why do we need social science? - Roadshow
The Campaign for Social Science SW Regional Roadshow aims to raise the profile of social science in the public, media and Parliament, in context of changes to the funding of teaching and research.
Lesson #12 - Vietnamese Restaurant: Choosing a Seat in Vietnam
Learn Vietnamese travel phrases with SurvivalPhrases.com. A little Vietnamese can go such a long way! Whether you’re traveling, visiting, or sightseeing, SurvivalPhrases.com has all the essential travel phrases just for you! In this lesson, we cover another high frequency phrase which will be sure to be of use on your trip, vacation, or travels to [...]
Estimation of Haemoglobin Concentration The Titanic Discovery: Professor Robert Ballard
Marine explorer Robert Ballard, a professor of oceanography at the University of Rhode Island, commemorates the 100th anniversary of the sinking of the Titanic with a lecture about his discovery of the ship's resting place. The "unsinkable" Titanic sank in the North Atlantic on its maiden voyage on April 15, 1912. Ballard discovered the remains of the ship on September 1, 1985, following a secret U.S. Navy mission to find two U.S. submarines. In his lecture, Ballard discusses his discovery of
The Titanic Discovery: Professor Robert Ballard