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Cultivating Justice in Food Systems: People, Power, and Policy
Speakers: • Mark Bittman, New York Times Columnist and Food Writer, Distinguished Visiting Fellow, Berkeley Food Institute • Saru Jayaraman, Lecturer, Goldman School of Public Policy, UC Berkeley; Director, Food Labor Research Center; Founder, Restaurant Opportunities Center; Visiting Fellow, Berkeley Food Institute • Ricardo Salvador, Director of Food and Environment Program, Union of Concerned Scientists • Moderator: Troy Duster, Chancellor’s Professor and Senior Fellow, Warren Insti
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Prince Harry flies high in maiden flight of Spitfire plane
Video is released of Britain's Prince Harry piloting his maiden flight of a Spitfire plane in 2014, to launch his scholarship for wounded veterans. Rough Cut (no reporter narration). Subscribe: http://smarturl.it/reuterssubscribe More updates and breaking news: http://smarturl.it/BreakingNews Reuters tells the world's stories like no one else. As the largest international multimedia news provider, Reuters provides coverage around the globe and across topics including business, financial, natio
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Designing an Enterprise Scale Solution
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An Exploration of Our History (California Gold Rush)
Documentary segment describing how Europeans flocked to California from all over to strike it rich from the gold rush.<br /><br />Written and produced by Doug Harris. (02:38)
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Skin Cancer
3-D animation explains the functions of the skin, how skin cancer occurs, and the mechanism of skin cancer. Shows where each of the major types of cancer forms. 1:58 min.
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Forensic flavour
This case study describes the current trend for crime scene investigation drama and news stories of personal tragedies involving incorrect or missing data have been harnessed to capture the attention and inspire learning and enterprise skills in students studying database compilation
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3.3 Entities and attributes

A well-designed relational database overcomes the problems outlined in Section 3.2 by using two or more tables, rather than a single table, such as Table 1. This means that the data has to be divided in some way between the tables. The construction of tables is done according to several rules.
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"The Game is Rigged"
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References

Coffman, K. G. and Odlyzko, A. (1998) ‘The size and growth rate of the Internet’, First Monday, Vol. 3, Issue 10, http://firstmonday.org
ITU-T 1–150 (1999) B-ISDN Asynchronous Transfer Mode Functional Characteristics, ITU-T.
ITU-T X.200 (1994) Open Systems Interconnection – Model and Notation, ITU-T. (Also known as ISO/IEC 7498–1.)

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History Channel - Biography: Lord Byron Part 2 of 5
NOTE: Educators/Parents: Because of the nature of Lord Byron's life. this biography is suitable for older high school students only. An episode of the series Biography on History Channel dedicated to Lord Byron and produced in 2004. 'George Gordon Byron, later Noel, 6th Baron Byron of Rochdale FRS (22 January 1788– 19 April 1824) was a British poet and a leading figure in Romanticism. Among Byron's best-known works are the brief poems 'She Walks in Beauty', 'When We Two Parted,' and 'So, W
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4.2.7 Conjunctions

Conjunctions join together individual words, phrases and clauses (the components of sentences which are longer than a simple sentence of the type: ‘Everyone can enjoy learning Latin’). So-called co-ordinating conjunctions are such words as and and but, as in the following examples:

  • fish and chips

  • Last summer they went to the Baltic and visited the city of Riga.

  • They went to the Baltic b
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4.1 Constant human nature

Just as with other natural phenomena, Enlightenment thinkers came to the conclusion as a result of observation that human nature itself was a basic constant. In other words, it possessed common characteristics and was subject to universal, verifiable laws of cause and effect. As Hume put it:

Mankind are so much the same, in all times and places, that history informs us of nothing new or strange in this particular.
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Myths persist

Many myths still surround the Tay Bridge disaster, the most pervasive being it was brought down by wind action alone. Rothery's report (see Paper 3) should dispel that particular myth, in addition to the numerous examples shown in this unit of the way the structure had deteriorated by the time of the storm in late 1879.

Click 'View document' below to open Paper 3 (35 pages, 39 MB).

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Introduction

‘Tough on the causes of crime.’ A famous phrase, but what is crime? This unit examines how we as a ‘society’ define crime. You will look at the fear that is generated within communities and what evidence is available to support claims that are made about crime rates.

This material is from our archive and is an adapted extract from Introducing the social sciences (DD100) which is no longer taught by The Open University. If you want to study formally with us, you may wish t
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Changes in Ecosystems - by StudyJams
Ecosystems are constantly going through gradual changes.  Sometimes those changes are natural, and sometimes they are caused by humans.  Learn more about changes in an ecosystem with this cartoon animation from StudyJams.  A short, self-checking quiz is also included with this link.
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Loop Recording and Comping in Logic - Part 5 of 7 - Composing and Producing Electronic Music
Download Loudon's Session Files for Free at: http://bit.ly/HPCEBG Part 5: Loop Recording and Comping in Logic: Performing with Massive and the Maschine Controller while loop Recording in Logic In this seven-part music production clinic, Professor Loudon Stearns goes in-depth into Dubstep and electro synth textures, featuring Native Instrument's Massive and Maschine, iZotope Ozone, and more. Loudon Stearns is the Course Author and Instructor of Berkleemusic's online course Composing and Produc
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Finding the Surface Area of a Cone
The instructor uses an electric chalkboard to demonstrate how to find the surface area of a cone.  The formula is given and a step-by-step approach is modeled showing what values to plug in for the radius and height and the computational steps are shown. (03:23)

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2.2 Pressure in the atmosphere

The sounds we hear generally consist of rapid fluctuations of air pressure in the atmosphere that surrounds us. Sound can also be transmitted through other media, for instance water, so not all sound consists of fluctuations in air pressure. However, for the purposes of this discussion I shall confine myself to sound in air.

These fluctuations in air pressure are caused by a local disturbance to the air pressure, which might be sudden and transient – for example, when a paper bag is b
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