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12.091 Basics of Analysis with Antineutrinos from Heat Producing Elements - K, U, Th in the Earth (M
This course covers the following questions. What are the predominant heat producing elements of the Earth? Where and how much are they? Are they present in the core of the Earth? Detection of antineutrinos generated in the Earth provides: 1) information on the sources of the terrestrial heat, 2) direct test of the Bulk Silicate Earth (BSE) model and 3) testing of non-conventional models of Earth's core. Use of antineutrinos to probe the deep interior of our planet is becoming practical due to re
Nikos Valence on Organizing Against the North American Free Trade Agreement
During the 1980's and 1990's international free trade agreements encouraged by the United States government increased the power and global reach of multinational corporations. The most controversial of these agreements, the North American Free Trade Agreement (NAFTA), made it easier for U.S. companies to buy low cost goods from Mexico, which were often produced by U.S. subsidiaries that migrated to take advantage of low-cost labor. Organized labor and most liberal Democrats opposed NAFTA because
Power Relations in the Fair Trade Coffee Global Value Chain
This presentation uses methodological insights from Global Value Chain theory to assess how Fair Trade affects opportunities for producer empowerment.
Janet Radcliffe Richards presents BBC Radio 4's 'Analysis' on Thought Experiments
In the past few years, a fascinating range of experiments has begun to shed light on the moral choices humans make. Philosopher Janet Radcliffe Richards asks whether the results can tell us not just how we tend to behave, but how we should behave.
Julian Savulescu on Radio 4 Analysis 'Minds of Our Own'
Listen to Julian Savulescu's interview for Analysis for BBC Radio 4. The programme focussed on developments in neuroscience and questioned possible consequences and uses of technologies such as brain scanning.
Finance and trade under Edward III - The London lay subsidy of 1332
Contains essays on the lay subsidy of 1332 and related topics regarding taxation, trade and the estate of merchants in London.
The port and trade of early Elizabethan London: documents
A calendar of the 1567/8 London Port Book, detailing imports in London, plus related documents. Reproduced by kind permission of the London Record Society.
The overseas trade of London: exchequer customs accounts - 1480-1
Petty custom accounts of imports to and exports from the port of London by alien and denizen merchants. Records vessels and masters and details of cargo, from documents held by The National Archives. By kind permission of the London Record Society.
Journals of the Board of Trade and Plantations, Volume 14 - January 1776 - May 1782
Covers the period January 1776 to May 1782.
Journals of the Board of Trade and Plantations, Volume 13 - January 1768 - December 1775
Covers the whole period 1768 to 1775.
Journals of the Board of Trade and Plantations, Volume 12 - January 1764 - December 1767
Covers the whole period 1764 to 1767.
Journals of the Board of Trade and Plantations, Volume 11 - January 1759 - December 1763
Covers the whole period 1759 to 1763.
Journals of the Board of Trade and Plantations, Volume 10 - January 1754 - December 1758
Covers the whole period 1754 to 1758.
Journals of the Board of Trade and Plantations, Volume 5 - January 1723 - December 1728
Covers the whole period 1723 to 1728.
Journals of the Board of Trade and Plantations, Volume 4 - November 1718 - December 1722
Covers the whole period November 1718 to December 1722.
Journals of the Board of Trade and Plantations, Volume 6 - January 1729 - December 1734
Covers the whole period 1729 to 1734.
Journals of the Board of Trade and Plantations, Volume 1 - April 1704 - January 1709
Covers the period April 1704 to January 1709.
Journals of the Board of Trade and Plantations, Volume 3 - March 1715 - October 1718
Covers the period March 1715 to October 1718.