Art a GoGo Podcast #63 - Lucian Freud: Portraits at the Modern Art Museum of Fort Worth

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3.14 Questions on the Moon

Now try to answer the following questions, to remind you of some of the things you have learned and test your understanding of them.

Question 1

Comparing seahorses and seadragons
Seahorses and seadragons both live in oceans. They also both come in different shapes and sizes. They both have hard, rigid bodies and move very slowly. Both seahorses and seadragons reproduce with the males carrying the eggs instead of the females. Both can change colors to match their environment. Seahorses can grab onto plants while seadragons cannot.
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Geraldine the Giraffe Learns All About the Letter /Rr/
In this cute video, Geraldine the Giraffe learns all about the letter /Rr/. She learns how to form the letter sound correctly with her mouth and she searches her house for items that begin with the letter /Rr/. She finds a rubber glove, ruler, remote, and reading. This is a great resource to help introduce and/or review alphabet letters and sounds in the early childhood classroom. (3:57)
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Envisioning Cyberspace: The Design of On-Line Communities
The development of the World Wide Web into an active, visual social environment poses unique opportunities for the design professions. Multi-user Domains, social meeting places in cyberspace, are mostly text-based virtual realities which use spatial references to set the stage for social interaction. Over the past year design students at the New Jersey Institute of Technology School of Architecture have investigated several text-based domains. In the course of their work, they envisioned and gra
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How To Make A Digi-Brick
This project examines a non-traditional method of construction generated through a digital design process that leverages digital fabrication techniques related to masonry construction. Where as architects? use of computers first affected shape and structure, it is now additionally affecting material, construction, and craft. This design proposal explores these concepts through the production of a wall using simple configuration and reconfiguration of a repeated module adaptable to differing and
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4.5 How wide were the oceans?

Once evidence has been found to prove the existence of an ancient ocean, is it possible to calculate its maximum width? Palaeomagnetic studies can give geologists an idea of the palaeolatitude (N–S) of the ocean but not its palaeolongtitude (E–W), so depending on its orientation, an indication of how wide it was may not be possible. However, an approximate indication of how wide the former oceans were can be obtained by examining the fossil faunal assemblages that are present (e.g.
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How To Play Ping-Pong
This video shows a ping-pong game and has a narrator explaining the rules and strategies of the game. ( 2:03)
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Basic Algebra : How to Teach the Multiplication of Signed Numbers
Multiplication of signed numbers in mathematics is taught by explaining that a positive number multiplied by itself equals a positive number. Learn ways to explain how to multiply a negative number and a positive number with help from a math teacher in this video on mathematics.

Expert: Jimmy Chang
Bio: Jimmy Chang has been a math teacher at St. Pete College for nearly a decade. He has a master's degree in math, and his specialties include calculus, algebra, liberal arts, mat

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Judson Laipply: History of Dance
As with all YouTube videos block out comments. This is a fun video of one man's take-off on dance moves over recent times. A good video to encourage students to try their own versions. Kids are going to love this, teachers, too.   Run time 06:01
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Surface Distribution of Charge

A tear drop shaped conductor on an insulating stand is charged. Charge is scooped up from various points on the surface of the conductor with a proof plane and transferred to an electroscope. It is demonstrated that the charge density is greater at the areas of greater curvature.


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Autodesk Maya 2010 : Creating 3D Text
In the awsome new tutorial we learn to create some awesome 3d text in
maya with a bevel, then texture it uniquely and give it a background.
and then complete it with some lighting.
like always lots of cool tips

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Model of Clouds during Hurricane Isabel, 2003 (WMS)
The NASA finite-volume General Circulation Model (fvGCM) is used to produce a high-resolution weather prediction system. This model has an increased accuracy of predicting the strength and location of hurricanes over other prediction methods. Several variables are predicted, including cloud cover and precipitable water in the atmosphere. Data from Hurricane Isabel was used to validate the fvGCM model.
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Blood circulation through the adult zebra fish tail zoomed to the cellular level
The cell is the smallest living unit. The cell is made up of many organelles, such as the nucleus. The nuclei are the stationary red dots within each box cell.
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311 GG Where Are You At?
The surprising reason people say it.
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Progression of Hurricane Frances, 2004 (WMS)
Hurricane Frances was the second hurricane to hit Florida during the 2004 hurricane season. This set of images shows the progression of the hurricane as it approached Florida from the Atlantic Ocean.
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Monthly Average Erythemal Index (UV exposure) for 2000-2001 (WMS)
The Erythemal Index is a measure of ultraviolet (UV) radiation at ground level on the Earth. (The word erythema means an abnormal redness of the skin, such as is caused by spending too much time in the sun--a sunburn is damage to your skin cells caused by UV radiation.) Atmospheric ozone shields life at the surface from most of the harmful components of solar radiation. Chemical processes in the atmosphere can affect the level of protection provided by the ozone in the upper atmosphere. This thi
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Introduction to Biology, Fall 2004
The MIT Biology Department core courses, 7.012, 7.013, and 7.014, all cover the same core material, which includes the fundamental principles of biochemistry, genetics, molecular biology, and cell biology. Biological function at the molecular level is particularly emphasized and covers the structure and regulation of genes, as well as, the structure and synthesis of proteins, how these molecules are integrated into cells, and how these cells are integrated into multicellular systems and organism
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Daily Erythemal Index (UV exposure) for 2000-2001 (WMS)
The Erythemal Index is a measure of ultraviolet (UV) radiation at ground level on the Earth. (The word erythema means an abnormal redness of the skin, such as is caused by spending too much time in the sun--a sunburn is damage to your skin cells caused by UV radiation.) Atmospheric ozone shields life at the surface from most of the harmful components of solar radiation. Chemical processes in the atmosphere can affect the level of protection provided by the ozone in the upper atmosphere. This thi
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What Makes the News?
Students will be guided to think critically about the news, develop their own criteria to assess the elements of a newsworthy story, collect data on the local news and create their own news story.
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