Conservationists@Google: Sea Shepherd Society
Established in 1977, Sea Shepherd Conservation Society (SSCS) is an international non-profit, marine wildlife conservation organization. Our mission is to end the destruction of habitat and slaughter of wildlife in the world's oceans in order to conserve and protect ecosystems and species. Sea Shepherd uses innovative direct-action tactics to investigate, document, and take action when necessary to expose and confront illegal activities on the high seas. By safeguarding the biodiversity of our
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Matthew Moseley joined the Authors@Google team in Mountain View on July 9, 2010 to talk about his book Dear Dr. Thompson: Felony Murder, Hunter S. Thompson and the last Gonzo campaign. About Dear Dr. Thompson: Sometimes the only thing it takes to change a life is a letter. While serving a life sentence at Colorado Women's Correctional Facility in Canon City, twenty-five-year-old Lisl Auman wrote an off-chance letter to legendary Gonzo journalist Hunter S. Thompson to complain that his books
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Operations in some form has been around as long as human endeavour itself but, in manufacturing at least, it has changed dramatically over time, and there are three major phases - craft manufacturing, mass production and the modern period. Let's look at each of these briefly in turn.

The 1905 Russian Revolution
Causes, Course, Consequences: In 1905 Russia became famous as a centre of Revolution. The eyes of Europe were focused upon modern forms of discontent, especially the mass strike, in an old political...

History as written and presented by current historians. Visit thehistoryfaculty.com for free downloads and more information.

3.3 Spider silk

The presence of regions of helical and sheet-like structures within a protein will affect its properties in different ways: a particularly striking example of this is provided by spider silk.

Imagine a polymer that forms fibres stronger, by mass, than steel and can be processed from water at ambient temperature and low pressure. As a consequence of its biological origin, it is extremely environmentally friendly and totally recyclable. It may sound like science fiction, but this i
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Finding the Center of Mass...achusetts
A cutout of Massachusetts is hung in several orientations and a line is drawn straight downwards. The lines intersect at the center of mass.
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Half the world’s population currently lives in cities, and that number is spiraling upward, as urban settlements gobble up most of the world’s natural resources and emit the most pollutants. No wonder that these panelists perceive the challenge (and opportunity) of sustainability as much bigger than getting people to switch from
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Thoreau at Creekside
Thoreau's cabin at Walden was only 1 1/2 to 2 miles from Concord, Mass. Most people, however, when they read the book, believe that he hid himself miles from civilization in the middle of a natural nowhere. In order to correct his misconception in the minds of his students--and to expand their knowledge of Transcendentalist philosophy generally--Dickinson College English professor Ash Nichols walked his students from campus to his house at Creekside. At Creekside they met Thoreau himself in a re
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In a neat series of time capsules tagged to his MIT experience, Neil Pappalardo shares his story with MIT graduates in the hope that it will give them “an idea of the possibilities that lie ahead.”

His story begins in 1964, when as a senior majoring in Physics, he decided to pursue a thesis on a

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13. The Founding Father of Crony Capitalism
Section Two: Politics and Thieves. Narrated by Harold L. Fritsche.

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This two-minute reading of this famous poem shows the power of the words of the poem as well as the importance of reading it well. The words are played over the screen and should appeal to a variety of students. Delivered by Boucrate in 2010.
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