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Town Gunsmith
The gun is part of America's creation story. Gunsmith George Suiter describes the technology of this potent tool.
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PMAD Mel Zabel
People Make a Difference with Danny Brassell Guest; Mel Zabel, facebook.com/melzabel
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Intro to Chemistry 6.4: Heat Capacity (1/2)
Join Award winning teachers Jonathan Bergmann and Aaron Sams as they interactively teach Chemistry. 6.4: Heat Capacity. Energy is measured in calories.  A calorie is defined as energy required to raise one gram of a substance 1 degree Celsius.  ( 9:19)
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Comparing Fractions With Unlike Denominators
This video teaches students to compare fractions with unlike denominators.  A student demonstrates finding a common denominator in order to compare fractions. The problem is worked on a white board.
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Actividad Física en el Envejecimiento (2011)
El proceso de envejecimiento está asociado a un declive paulatino que con el paso del tiempo acabará deteriorando en mayor o menor medida la estructura y funcionamiento orgánico, afectando a la capacidad funcional y a la capacidad de adaptación de la persona y por consiguiente, a la salud y la calidad de vida. Es por esto que las consideraciones más importantes que deben tener los profesionales de la Actividad Física y el Deporte cuando trabajan con personas mayores deben estar dirigidas a
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Intro to Chemistry 7.2: Gas Laws (2/2)
Join Award winning teachers Jonathan Bergmann and Aaron Sams as they interactively teach Chemistry. 7.2: The Main Gas Laws. This video will introduce students to Charles' Law which states that as temperature goes up, volume goes up.  A " real-life" example of this law is shown with video of hot air balloons.  ( 10:17)
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Introduction to Education
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America: A Secular Nation? Ten Point Vision Finalist
Vote now for the best video: http://richarddawkins.net/contest/finalists/ Learn about: "A Ten Point Vision of a Secular America: Restoring the Values of America's Founders": http://richarddawkins.net/videos/644419 This video is 1 of 7 finalists in the The Richard Dawkins Foundation for Reason and Science social media contest. ------ Credits ------ Bruce DeShetler
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La France a-t-elle encore une identité géographique ? / Armand Frémont

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L’identité de la France est un objet obscur. Le territoire national avait trouvé son aboutissement à la frontière physique. Aujourd’hui la solidarité, la socialité et l’être ensemble ne se définissent plus uniquement par référence à une étendue spatiale continue sur laquelle s’exerce la souveraineté de l’État-national. Les frontières qui se dessinent à travers les réseaux sociaux ou la conscience partagée d’
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La France a-t-elle encore une identité géographique ? / Armand Frémont

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L’identité de la France est un objet obscur. Le territoire national avait trouvé son aboutissement à la frontière physique. Aujourd’hui la solidarité, la socialité et l’être ensemble ne se définissent plus uniquement par référence à une étendue spatiale continue sur laquelle s’exerce la souveraineté de l’État-national. Les frontières qui se dessinent à travers les réseaux sociaux ou la conscience partagée d’
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California Academy of Sciences: AntWeb
AntWeb, an excellent service of the California Academy of Sciences, provides users with "tools for exploring the diversity and identification of ants (Hymenoptera: Formicidae). These tools have been developed to facilitate the use of ants in inventory and monitoring programs and provide ant taxonomists with images and types." At present, AntWeb offers information on all ant genera worldwide as well as highlighting ants of Madagascar and California in particular. The site provides a search engine
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Next Generation Space Telescope (NGST) Observatory Architecture and Performance
Although not scheduled to be launched until 2011, design plans for the Hubble Space Telescope's replacement are already underway. This research paper describes some of the architectural and performance specifications slated for the Next Generation Space Telescope (now called the James Webb Space Telescope). The seven-meter primary mirror will be hexagonal and made up of twelve smaller one-meter mirrors, allowing the observatory to see "objects 400 times fainter than seen from large groundbased t
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The New Zealand GeoNet Project
"The New Zealand GeoNet Project provides real-time monitoring and data collection for rapid response and research into earthquake, volcano, landslide and tsunami hazards." At the website, researchers can obtain seismic, GPS time series, landslide, quake, and strong motion data. Through the use of remote cameras, the site furnishes pictures of five of New Zealand's volcanoes. Students and educators can find an abundance of information about the country's natural hazards along with many wonderful,
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Platonic Realms
The Platonic Realms website is a project initiated by a small group of math and math education graduate students, led by B. Sidney Smith, at the University of Colorado at Boulder. The group's goal is "to provide high-quality mathematical content for secondary-school and college students that was free, motivational, and instructional." The introductory page features a historical note, a daily quotation, a daily mathematics challenge, humorous articles, and a "math moment" which uses multi-media t
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National Environmental Publications Internet Site
National Environmental Publications Internet Site is maintained by the Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) and contains a database of over 9000 documents that have been published by the EPA. Searches can be attempted by keyword or by publication title, which should help make finding a particular document easy. Once found, the documents can be viewed, printed freely, or ordered directly from the EPA.
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Utah Geology
Utah Geological Survey's Web site, Utah Geology, offers a variety of interesting geological information about the state. Good descriptions, illustrations, and photographs can be accessed on earthquakes and hazards, dinosaurs and fossils, rocks and minerals, oil and energy, and more. For example, the Rocks and Minerals page contains everything from how to stake a mining claim to downloadable summaries of mineral activity in the state. There is quite a bit of information within the site, and anyon
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Coalbed Methane
The US Department of Interior Web site offers a hot topics section that currently includes information about coalbed methane. The links include a fact sheet entitled "Coalbed Methane--An Untapped Energy Resource and an Environmental Concern." A documents link takes visitors to a page maintained by Wyoming's Bureau of Land Management that contains several reports related to the topic, including information about Atlantic Rim Coalbed Methane Projects and Coalbed Methane and Water Monitor Well Data
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Tutorial on Optimization Theory and Difference and Differential Equations
This online tutorial is intended for college students taking an early course in mathematical optimization or linear differential equations. Although it is written by a professor of economics, little economic theory is presented. This keeps the material centered on the mathematical aspects of optimization and differential equations, which have a wide range of scientific applications. The text is very well organized and is accompanied by illustrative figures. No prerequisites to the tutorial are l
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Get A Grip On Robotics
Get A Grip On Robotics is a wonderful site for both children and adults to learn about robots. The site focuses mainly on industrial applications of robots -- their most common and practical use. The exhibit covers robot basics, the five main parts of a robot, how they move (i.e., "degrees of freedom"), and current and future outlooks for the technology. There are several animations that show a jointed-arm robot in action and how it compares to a human arm. One section of the site addresses the
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Mint-Mobiles
Students design, build and test model race cars made from simple materials (lifesaver-shaped candies, plastic drinking straws, Popsicle sticks, index cards, tape) as a way to explore independent, dependent and control variables. They measure the changes in distance travelled with the addition of mass to the vehicles. Students also practice the steps of the engineering design process by brainstorming, planning, building, testing, and improving their “mint-mobiles.”
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