The draft review examines the link between climate change and hea
Image Resizer for Windows Explorer Shell Extension
Today's Windows Wednesday project is one that's a couple years old, but is a great tool for anyone who does any image/photo resizing (say like someone writing for a Coding4Fun blog ;)
This project by Brice Lambson is a Windows Explorer shell extension that besides what is does also provides a nice example of separating the extension from the primary work. In this case, the extension is C++ and the app itself is C#.
How Much Does the Earth Weigh?
In order to measure the mass of the Earth, the density must first be determined. Discover how to measure the weight of the Earth in kilograms with help from a science teacher in this five-minute video.
Mitigation : Climate change 2001 : IPCC third assessment report
The full text of the third working group contributions to the Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change (IPCC) Third Assessment Report "Climate Change 2001" is made available in HTML and PDF formats together with a summary for policymakers and summaries of the report in Arabic, Chinese, French, Russian and Spanish. This section focuses on the mitigation of climate change including the technological and biological options, costs and benefits, barriers to their implementation and how these might b
Nude cyclists hit the streets in Mexico, Venezuela
Roughly one thousand protesters in Mexico City stripped down to the buff to speak out for cyclists' rights. Riders in Mexico City have to share the streets clogged with approximately 8 Million vehicles.
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How To Do a Sit-up
Video shows a man properly doing a sit-up as the narrator is explaining the proper technique to use. Crunches have replaced sit ups. Situps are still important as those musles help you get up. . 1:35.
Clemson University Sign On Verification program
Clemson University students, faculty and staff soon will be asked to verify and update their contact information when they log onto the university network. Contact CCIT at 864-656-3494 or ITHelp@Clemson.edu
"Facing the Facts" Winter 2008 Quarterly Podcast
Can we turn adversity into opportunity? Yes, we can. As 2008, a year that shook the world and began the restructuring of the global economies, draws to a close, we take a look at the year ahead. Which economies are likely to find it easiest to ride out the current recession and what management tools and skills should opinion formers and business leaders draw on to ensure they provide the right climate for firms to do well? Strangely, not all the news is bad news, as we have been finding out in o
Phases of the Moon 3D Animation
This brief video is a full photo realistic animation of the complete cycle of the moon. There is no narration or music but could easily be used while discussing a waxing and waning moon. (01:33)
Clashes in Jerusalem after funeral for slain youth
Dozens of Palestinian youths clash with Israeli police after the funeral for slain teenager, Mohammed Abu Khudair. Rough Cut (no reporter narration).
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UK owns less than half of London's financial hub
Nov. 22 - British investors own less than half the office properties in London's financial hub for the first time according to a new report by property firm Development Securities. Hayley Platt reports.
The End of Everything
Hank gives us an inclusive overview of how everything in the universe is thought to have begun, and how cosmologists predict it will all come to an end. (10:52)
Using chemistry to rescue ancient artefacts
This week in the Planet Earth Podcast: Kirsty Penkman, Kirsty High and Nicky Milner of the University of York explain how chemistry can be used to work out which archaeological sites need urgent excavation to save artefacts from degrading.
Monitoring Atlantic Ocean currents
This week in the Planet Earth Podcast: Stuart Cunningham and Estelle Dumont of the Scottish Association for Marine Science describe their part in a major international scientific project to monitor crucial ocean currents in the North Atlantic which shape Britain's climate.
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