This video is about the human body, specifically the lungs. These major organs in the respiratory system play a vital roll in bringing oxygen to your body. Oxygen enables your body to burn its fuel, the nutrients in the food you eat. The video also addresses the different parts of your lungs. The video is in lecture form, with a model of the lungs to the right of the screen. Run time 02:28.
Microanatomy of the Lungs
Presented here is the microanatomy of the lungs and its components. The video shows an animated lung while a narrator explains the various parts labeled on the screen. "Alveolar sacs are the terminal portions of the breathing tube system. Composed of up to thirty tiny air pouches, or alveoli, they provide a lung a total surface area of about 850 square feet for the exchange of gases. Terminal bronchioles carry air to and from alveolar sacs. Cells lining bronchiole walls bear cilia---minute ha
This narrated and computer-animated video shows 3D animation of our respiratory system. Areas of the chest are labeled in the video by captions. (01:44)
Digestive System - Kids Animation Learn Series
Learn all about the functions of the Human Body from the 'Human Body' Kids Animation Learn Series. This simple videos elaborated with pictures and descriptions makes the human digestive system much easier to understand for scientific learners of all ages.
Magic School Bus for Lunch
Join Ms. Frizzle and the class as they travel through Arnold's digestive system. You will learn that digestion is the process of breaking food down into smaller and smaller parts. Run time: 26 minutes.
Introduction to the Digestive System
Professor George Wolfe introduces the structure and function of the digestive system in this video from Thinkwell's online Biology series. This video uses lecture format and a whiteboard to aid in explanations. Run time 11:04.
Quantum Statistical Mechanics
white dwarfs, nuetrons stars, Quantum Statistical Mechanics for fermions and bosons
Quantum Statistical Mechanics: Applications
Fermi-Dirac, Bose-Einstein distributions, expansion rate of the Universe, black body spectrum, Bose condensation
Computer Dictionary - What Is An Operating System or OS?
After an introduction of who he is, the lecturer offers a simple, plain explanation of the computer term "operating system" (or OS). Windows Vista, DOS, Linux and Mac OSX are both examples of Operating Systems. Most common are Windows and Mac. Operating systems tell your computer what to do. Lecture. (9:43)
Computer Maintenance Tips : How to Make Your Computer Faster
Beware of the political ad that starts the video. The video is about how to make a computer faster by checking the system's hard drive and eliminating unwanted items to free up space. Learn to make a computer run faster. Excellent for all ages and classes.
How To Understand the Basics Of Linux
How To Understand the Basics Of Linux. Understand the basics of Linux, a free computer operating system used as an alternative to Windows.
Take an inventory of your computer’s programs. Before deciding to switch from Windows to Linux, find out which programs won’t automatically work when running Linux.
You can keep Windows on your computer and download Linux if there’s enough space for both operating systems.
Learn about the wi
What is Google Chrome OS?
Telling the story of Google Chrome and how it inspired an operating system. Approximately 90% of your time spent on your computer is spent online. In 1990 the first web browsers were created which took you to pages that were mostly text and a few images. Google decided to create a web browser from scratch which can double as your operating system.
The History Of Windows
1985-2009 1st Operating System:Windows 1.01 2nd Operating System:Windows 2.0 3rd Operating System:Windows 3.0 4th Operating System:Windows 3.1 5th Operating System:Windows 95 6th Operating System:Microsoft BOB 7th Operating System:Windows NT 8th Operating System:Windows 98 9th Operating System:Windows 2000 10th Operating System:Windows 2000 Server Family 11th Operating System:Windows Whistler 12th Operating System:Windows ME Millennium Edition 13th Operating System:Windows XP 14th Operating Syst
History of the Mac OS: Part 3
The beginning pictures were taken by Bill Atkinson as he worked on the graphical user interface for the Lisa and Macintosh brand of computers. Much of the Lisa project was ported to the Macintosh line, including the Mac graphics system known as Quickdraw.
The interview with Steve Jobs was done when he was still at NeXT and not apart of Apple.
Much of the accounts between Apple and Microsoft during the lawsuits was brought forth in the Microsoft anti-trust cases during t
Government, business and labour: working together for a successful Singapore amid the economic downt
While many countries are seeing unemployment rates rising sharply, Singapore’s has only gone up by about one per cent over the past year to 3.4 per cent and remains one of the lowest in the world, despite the global slowdown.
Anthropic Cyberspace: Defining Eletronic Space from First Principles
This paper proposes principles for the design of human-centered, anthropic cyberspaces. Starting with a brief examination of our cognitive use of space, it suggests that we address cyberspace as an extension of our mental space. The paper procedes with twelve concepts based on scientific and cultural observations with respect to individual cognition and social interaction. These concepts are general - not specific to any culture or technology in the accompanying arguments the author expands on t
Tides are the rise and fall of the ocean's surface. Learn more about ocean tides in this educational video from dizzo95. The video briefly explains the causes of the tides, types of tides, and how often a tide occurs. More videos about tides can be found under the category and subcategories of Astronomy/Solar System/Earth's Moon/ Moon and Earth's Tides. Run time 0:55.
Learn Basic Computer Skills : Copying Files in Microsoft Windows
Copying files in Windows XP is a basic skill you'll need to know to master this operating system. English subtitles at bottom of screen.
Expert: Ross Safronoff
Bio: Ross Safronoff started using a two piece VHS camera system, and then progressed to a 8mm camcorder, then Hi-8, followed by a mini-DV, and finally a Digital8.
Filmmaker: Ross Safronoff
Learn Basic Computer Skills : Deleting Files in Microsoft Windows
Deleting files in Windows XP is a basic skill you'll need to know to master this operating system. (01:30) English transcript of the narration at the bottom.
Expert: Ross Safronoff
Filmmaker: Ross Safronoff