What Explains Crystal Meth? [An MP3 audio file of this article, read by the author, is available for download.] Most people have never really met crystal meth; sure, they talk about it on the news a lot, but how many average Americans know anyone who is a meth user?
[An MP3 audio file of this article, read by the author, is available for download.]
Most people have never really met crystal meth; sure, they talk about it on the news a lot, but how many average Americans know anyone who is a meth user?
It's Your Time - Hazleton - Living Tours
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Social Science and the Middle East: myths, pitfalls and opportunities
No area of the globe so challenges the contemporary social scientist or the ordinary citizen as do the twenty-five countries of the Middle East. At the same time, none generates as much public controversy and unease. From its multiple wars and inter-ethnic conflicts, and the rise of religiously defined ideologies, to the enduring place it occupies in world energy markets this region is of central concern to all who seek to analyse, or formulate policies for, the world of today. In this lecture,
How to Make Glue
This is a Power Point slide presentation teaching you how to make glue. There is no sound.(1:15)
Religious Freedom and National Security Policy: Keynote Address
Through the Luce/SFS Program on Religion and International Affairs, Georgetown's Berkley Center for Religion, Peace, and World Affairs held a symposium on October 28, 2010 on religious freedom and US national security policy. Questions addressed include: Why should national security specialists be concerned about religious freedom? Under what conditions might greater US support for religious liberty abroad help to reduce political instability, religious radicalism and terrorist violence?
Egypt tense after deadly clashes
Tensions high after deadly clashes between anti-government protesters and supporters of President Hosni Mubarak.
Tim and Moby Explain the South Pole
This professionally-made video from Brain Pop uses simple terms and cartoon animation to explain what the South Pole looks like. Key vocabulary words include: Ceremonial South Pole, Geographic South Pole, axis of rotation, latitude, longitude, South Magnetic Pole, Antarctica, Roald Amundsen, Antarctic Treat System, and ozone hole. Run time 04:02.
Ghost storytelling at Cambridge
Each December members of St John's College, University of Cambridge, gather to listen to ghost stories being read in the splendour of the Combination Room. The coal fires glow, the candles flicker and the thick silk curtains are drawn against the bitter cold of the dark winter night. In this video, viewers are able to catch a glimpse of this magical event as they listen to Professor David Frost (formerly a Fellow of St John's) read an abridged version of Charles Dickens' classic story A Christ
Understanding The Financial Crisis—For Kids and Grownups
Are you having difficulty understanding the 2008 U.S. Financial Crisis? This short animated video describes it—visually—and provides an explanation of how depository and investment banking works. (4:09)
Anger and joy on streets of Tunis
Protests continue in Tunisia, demanding more change and celebrating the end of a government. Deborah Lutterbeck reports.
Recept voor een griezeldrankje of griezelhapje schrijven In deze bijdrage vind je een kijkwijzer waardoor kinderen gerichter leren schrijven. Leerlingen schrijven een recept voor een griezelhapje of griezeldrankje. Door te kijken naar de aandachtspuntjes in de kijkwijzer kunnen ze hun eigen werk …
In deze bijdrage vind je een kijkwijzer waardoor kinderen gerichter leren schrijven.
Leerlingen schrijven een recept voor een griezelhapje of griezeldrankje. Door te kijken naar de aandachtspuntjes in de kijkwijzer kunnen ze hun eigen werk …
Provisional Rights and Past Injustice
Professor Anna Stilz (Princeton University) gives a paper for the Kant and Colonialism conference held at Nuffield College, Oxford. Introduced by Dr Reidar Maliks.
Darwin's Forgotten Defenders
Prof. David Livingstone : Course
Modernising education and training - Mobilising technology for learning
In recent years there have been amazing advances in consumer technology. The Mobile Learning Network (MoLeNET) initiative has enabled colleges and schools to harness some of this technology in order t...
This three minute video is about how the railroad was built and its impact on the nation. Compares the Internet to this railroad. This video is heavy on the effect. Does not show the building of it.
Water Cycle Game
Ever wonder where the water you're drinking came from? Where were those water molecules last? With the roll of the dice, you can simulate the journey water molecules may take as they travel within the water cycle. Water is constantly in motion. Sometimes quickly, like in a fast-flowing river, but sometimes it moves quite slowly, as in underground aquifers. Appreciating the complexity of how water moves around, on a watershed scale, helps us understand how either dissolved contaminants, or th
Blast in Pakistan
A teenage suicide bomber blows himself in Lahore, Pakistan, killing at least 13 people and injuring more than 50. Deborah Lutterbeck reports.
Jackson doctor: not guilty
Michael Jackson's doctor pleaded "not guilty" to a charge of involuntary manslaughter in the popstar's death. Deborah Gembara reports.
Purdue Year in Review - 2010
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