ScienceCasts: Did Earth Have Two Moons?
Did our planet once have two moons? Some researchers say so. Moreover, the missing satellite might still be up there--splattered across the far side of the Moon. NASA's GRAIL mission could help confirm or refute the "two moon" hypothesis. (03:00)
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2.3.1 The general view

Figure 16 shows a Voyager 2 image of a large region of Europa. Examine this image carefully, in order to answer Question 4.

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4.1 Introduction

Simple theories of chemical bonding are based on the idea of the electron-pair bond, and the extent to which the electron pair is shared between the bound atoms. There is also an assumption that the electronic structures of noble gas atoms are especially stable, and that many elements try to attain these structures when they react to form chemical compounds. These ideas were the brainchild of the American chemist, G. N. Lewis (Box 3). In developing them, we shall simplify the electronic confi
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The Secret History of the Future: A Little Less Conversation

Some people thought the laying of the transatlantic cable might bring world peace, because connecting humans could only lead to better understanding and empathy. That wasn’t the outcome, and recent utopian ideas about communication (Facebook might bring us together and make us all friends!) have also met with a darker reality (Facebook might polarize us and spread false information!). Should we be scared of technology that promises to connect the world? Guests include: Robin Dunbar, invento
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a Spoonful of Russian 032
Today I fill a request of one of my Podcast listeners/ YouTube subscribers by reciting a short poem written by one of Russia's greatest talents - Anna Akhmatova. Лотова Жена - Анна Ахматова (Lot's Wife - Anna Akhmatova). To view the text: http://youtu.be/2fEWD9bqAWk

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You Have the Right to Remain Silent...(Miranda v. Arizona, 1966)
This is an excellent presentation concerning this famous court case. The presentation is done in lecture style with images that accent the lecture. (08:34) This is a clip from a larger segment. This video talks about the Miranda warning.
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ワークスペースの確認
このビデオでは、InDesign CS5のワークスペースを確認していきます。
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Virtual Maths, Shapes Space and Measure, Surface of semi cylinder
Interactive simulation demonstrating how to calculate the surface area of a cover for an astro turf pitch including the ends by using a semi (half) cylinder.
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Introduction to Addition and Subtraction
Lucinda, The Great Math Magician introduces addition and subtraction using magic apples. The video uses computer animation.  (03:47)
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Learning outcomes

After studying this unit you should be able:

  • identify the value and best way of note taking.


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IDS350 Gardens of California #01 Sp14
A 14 week 3 unit college course with Jerry Turney for horticulturists and people who love gardening Please subscribe
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A David Gordon Anthology
By: Paul Gottfried
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I recently ordered and am now eagerly devouring the anthology of David Gordon’s reviews and essays An Austro-
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J.K Rowling Biography: The Author of the Peter Potter Series
In this 4:12 video the life of  British author J.K Rowling is reviewed. Includes small sections where she reads part of her work. The video also deals with some of the problems she had to overcome. The video does not offer a lot about her personal life, but is more about her success. This makes the video somewhat limited in use.
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Gary Paulsen Lecture - Part 1 of 3

Lecture took place on October 27, 2007.  He starts his speech with how his youth was troubled, he did not play sports, barely got through school, did not like to read, parents were alcoholics, and had a rough childhood.  One day he went to the library to get warm, the librarian asked him if he needed help.  She told him he needed a library card, he was amazed because no one gave him anything.  He said that card made him somebody.
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Gary Paulsen Lecture - Part 2 of 3

Author's presentation at stage lecturn in front of audience on October 27, 2007.  In this portion of his speech he talks about his first experience with a dog team.  He talks how he learned the proper language to use with the dogs, how his early dog team behaved, and how he got his dog, Cookie.  He then goes into how he quit trapping and started to run dogs and the Iditarod.   Good motivational talk on fulf
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Rikki-Tikki-Tavi (1975) - Part 3 of 3- From The Jungle Book
An English family who have moved to a bungalow in the jungles of
India—Sugauli (former British sp. Segowlee) cantonment in Bihar State, India—discover a young mongoose half drowned from a storm.
They revive it and decide to keep it as a pet. The young  mongoose, named Rikki-Tikki by its new owner, soon finds himself confronted by two dangerous, murderous cobras, Nag (the word is Hindi for "cobra") and his even more dangerous mate  Nagaina, who had the run of the garde

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Quantum Measurement and Control: How to Roll a Six Everytime
In this flash talk Wojciech Kozlowski discusses the bizarre properties of measurement and how we can harness its probabilistic nature to produce results. Quantum mechanics is currently our most precise physical theory. Whilst we do not have many strictly quantum technologies yet, quantum theory is necessary for our understanding of the world around us, from the basic constituents of matter to semiconductors in electronic devices, and even biological processes such as photosynthesis. Measurement
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Virtual Maths - Numbers, Geometry 3D shapes
Diagrams and forumulas for calculating area and volume of 3D shapes cube, cuboid, cylinder, sphere, hemisphere, triangular prism, frustrum, cone, pyramid
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RAF Attlebridge - USAAF Station 120
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1. A powerful force for perception and understanding

‘Imagery is a powerful force for perception and understanding. Being able to “see” something mentally is a common metaphor for understanding it. An image may be of some geometrical shape, or of a graph or diagram, or it may be some set of symbols or some procedure.’

(Open University, 1988, p. 10)

This course uses the word visualisation synonymously with mental imagery. It happens as
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