Minimum Measured Ozone Level in 1989
Stratospheric Ozone level for October 7, 1989.
Hang upside down with AntiGravity Yoga
August 18 - The latest trend in yoga defies the laws of nature. With AntiGravity Yoga, students take to the air to stretch, strengthen and clear their minds. Elly Park reports.
China economy can't tolerate faster yuan rise: economist
Aug. 16 - Xiang Songzuo of China's Renmin University tells Reuters Insider that accelerated yuan appreciation would damage small businesses and would not rebalance the United States' trade deficit with China.
China healthcare reforms just the pill for investors
Aug. 16 - China has opened the door for foreigners to invest in and improve its urban hospitals, as part of its far-reaching healthcare reforms, although challenges remain.
Stolen Rembrandt found in California church
Aug. 16 - "The Judgment," a $250,000 Rembrandt drawing that was stolen over the weekend, has been recovered at a church in California. Rough Cut (no reporter narration).
Date-rape drug detector offers safety for women
Aug. 16 - Israeli scientists have developed a date rape drug detector that could give women a fast and easy way to test the safety of their drink in a bar. Stuart McDill reports.
China's local debt 'clearly manageable', says economist
Aug. 16 - China's local government debt problem can be sustained as long as the pace of growth exceeds that of new debt, says economist Arthur Kroeber.
Backyards for rent in New York City
Aug. 16 - Live in an apartment? Don't have a backyard? No problem. Now, you can rent a backyard in the middle of Manhattan. Kilmeny Duchardt reports.
Obama speaks on economy to rural America
Aug. 16 - President Obama delivers closing remarks at the Rural Economic Forum at Northeast Iowa Community College saying, "I hope I can count on you in the days ahead to lend your voice to this fight to strengthen our economy." Rough Cut (no reporter narration).
Fitch: U.S. credit outlook hinges on super committee action
Aug. 16 - Fitch Ratings reaffirmed its "AAA" rating on the U.S., and Head of Sovereign Ratings David Riley says the actions of the "super committee" will determine outlook revisions.
Romney chief Obama threat even as Perry, Bachmann grab ears
Aug. 16 - Reuters Washington Specialist Editor Kristin Roberts looks at which GOP candidate the White House fears most.
U.S. Day Ahead: July producer prices seen edging up
Aug. 16 - U.S. producer prices are likely to have increased by 0.1 percent in July, compared to a drop in June of 0.4 percent, according to Reuters Correspondent Jason Lange.
2nd-Chance Stocks: Krispy Kreme could rise again
Aug. 16 - Krispy Kreme leads off Insider's three-part series on stocks that soared, sank but have the potential to rise significantly because of its impressive long-term growth strategy and its cheap price.
A (product) star is born
Aug. 16 - Inventors of quirky new products compete to win the "As Seen on TV" Z100/Telebrands contest in hopes of landing the big infomercial and the big money that can follow. Bobbi Rebell reports.
Video lab coat turns geek to chic
Read more: http://www.newscientist.com/blogs/nstv/2011/07/video-lab-coat-turns-geek-to-chic.html
Celebration inside Gaddafi's compound
Aug. 24 - Libyan rebels celebrate the taking over of Muammar Gaddafi's Tripoli bastion in Bab al-Aziziya. Rough Cut (no reporter narration).
Cancer Facts : How to Identify Skin Melanoma
Identify skin melanoma by looking for dark or black spots, frequently on the back of the leg, with irregular edges that grows rapidly in size. Dr. David Cathcart specializes in occupational medicine and has an in-depth
knowledge of cancer, as well as experience dealing with cancer patients and treatment for multiple years. Filmmaker: Johnny Cathcart
PBS - The Secret Life of the Brain 1of5 The Babys Brain (2/4)
THE SECRET LIFE OF THE BRAIN, a David Grubin Production,
reveals the fascinating processes involved in brain development across a
lifetime. The five part series covers brain development in the baby,
child/adolescent, and adult. This is a great video to use for High school
psychology, anatomy, or biology class.
Mars Odyssey Epithermal Neutron Data overlayed on MGS-MOLA Topography Data (Full Globe, Unsmoothed)
Mars Odysseys Gamma-ray spectrometer (GRS) instrument has detected large amounts of Hydrogen on Mars, particularly near the south pole. This is an indication that water ice exists in the upper meter of these areas of the Martian surface. The epithermal neutron data ranges from 0 to about 12 counts per second. The blue areas indicate high concentrations of Hydrogen (low epithermal neutron counts). A series of animations was generated to support a Space Science Update (SSU) on the topic. These ani