Is an Eclipse Described in Homer's Odyssey? – November 30, 2009
Plutarch and Heraclitus believed that a certain passage in the 20th book of The Odyssey (“Theoclymenus’s prophecy”) was a poetic description of a total solar eclipse. In the late 1920s Schoch and Neugebauer computed that the solar eclipse of 16 April 1178 B.C.E. was total over the Ionian Islands and was the only suitable eclipse in more than a century to agree with classical estimates of the decade-earlier sack of Troy around 1192–1184 B.C.E. However, much skepticism remains about whethe
20th Anniversary Celebration of the Center for the Humanities at the URI
To watch the video: http://web.uri.edu/humanities/movie/
023 Spin 1/2 , Stern - Gerlach Experiment and Spin 1
Twenty third lecture in Professor James Binney's Quantum Mechanics Lecture series given in Hilary Term 2010
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Finite element simulation of 3D drilling in unidirectional CFRP composite
Drilling is probably the most important conventional mechanical process and it is the most widely used machining operations. Prediction of cutting forces for any set of cutting parameters is essential in optimal design and manufacturing of products. It has been predicted that most of the problems associated with hole making operation, such as drilling, can be attributed to the force generated during cutting operation. In addition, prediction of force helps in design and evaluation of cutting too
Hippocrates: Online medical tutorials - Case study
This Learning to Teach Online case study aims to demonstrate how the effective use of simple 'just in time' style online tutorials, stringently prepared and designed to support the needs of the students, can positively impact student learning when used in conjunction with traditional teaching approaches. ...
Lecture 29 - 12/1/2010
Information Skills Unit 3: Using the Internet for Academic Purposes
This unit aims to broaden your experience of using the Internet, particularly for academic purposes, using the advanced features of search engines and information gateways.
Virtual Maths Data Handling - Light Survey
Exercises and resources for conducting a Light Intensity Survey. "To measure the levels of light in a particular area, we need to use a device called a Light Meter, which measures the intensity of light in the vicinity of the sensor and displays the reading."
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Boebinger lecture 2 part B
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Transportation, the Built Environment and Greenhouse Gas Emissions in Developing Cities
It seems that income and travel are inextricably linked. As communities gain wealth and prosperity, their travel footprint increases. While this relationship affords benefits to those in developed nations, it is not scalable. Global population is projected to increase by nearly 2 billion people by 2030. If this newly adde
Environmental Impacts of Aviation
Knowing more about the environmental impacts of aviation is increasingly essential, but according to
Ian Waitz, it is also an area where uncertainties abound. One thing we know for sure is that the airplanes developed today will be flying for next 30 years, as the fleet dynamics are very stable, due to the extraordinary cos
Misdirection Trailer (Student Film)
A preview for "Misdirection," a CSUN Cinema & Television Arts 2009-2010 Senior Film Project. The cinematographer, Joshua Nitschke, was recently honored for his work on the film. Credits: Key Student Crew from the Senior Film Fall 2009 Class: Written and Directed by Doron Kipper Produced by Crystal Nobregas, David Veneracion, and Sevan Abrahamian 1st Assistant Director: Christopher Gonzaga Director of Photography: Joshua Nitschke Edited by Trevor Baker and Jack Rutkowski Sound by Michael O'Conno
Canine Cougar Fan is Ready For Apple Cup 2010
PULLMAN, Wash. -- The rows and rows of RVs that arrive in Pullman for Cougar football games bring the usual necessities; food, drinks, and Cougar Pride. But one RV brings something a bit different, a dog that dislikes the "Dawgs". Mark Showalter, a Washington State University alumnus, has brought his appropriately named lab "Butch" to tailgating over the years. What makes Butch even more special is his loathing for anything related to the school of purple and gold. He dislikes the school so
Job Interviews is one of several Futures workbooks which help students choose and prepare for their careers. Like the other workbooks in the series you can dip in and out doing the exercises which are most relevant to you. You might want to include the exercises or the output in your personal development plan or e-portfolio. Interviews are still the most commonly used method for assessing a person’s suitability for a job. In the UK 99 per cent of employers use selection interviews to recruit n
Theoretical results in inverse problems for size, solvability, and uniqueness in the p-n junction an
We present an overview of mathematical models for electrons and holes in semiconductors. We use these to pose some inverse problems for determining the doping profile of a semiconductor. We establish the solvability of the equilibrium equation λ²∆u = e^u−e^(-u)–C in Ω. We also obtain information about the conductivity coefficient in the important case when it is piecewise constant and discontinuous.,Thesis (M.S.)--Wichita State University, Dept. of Mathematics and Statistics.,Includes
Lecture 19 - 12/2/2010
The Declaration of Independence
Hear the words that were catalyst to the Revolution, read by Bill Barker, Colonial Williamsburg's Thomas Jefferson.