Consumers Are Smarter than Bureaucrats Think
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Despite the name of this government agency, Canada’s Competition Bureau lacks an appreciation of the nature of competition. Moreover, the Bureau’s actions can be seen as an insult to Canadians, as it fails to acknowl
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Human Anthropology and the Origins of Religion
Talk given by Cara Wall-Scheffler at Summer Course 8 7th-13th July 2012
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How and Why Cells Die - Biological and Theological Perspectives
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An Introduction to the Science and Religion Dialogue
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Playing God? Towards machines that deny their maker
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Newton, Science and Religion
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Natural Disasters and Christian Theology
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Can Biology Explain Religion?
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(WARNING: There is a creepy face that may disturb younger viewers.) Hi Kids! A is for Art at 29 Rooms LA. (03:02)
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Should We Colonize Venus Instead of Mars? by PBS Digital Studios
Mars One. The Mars Rover. Bruno Mars. Mars Bars. It's pretty clear we're OBSESSED with the idea of Mars, especially in regard to it being a potential colony for earthlings. But is that really the best option? Is there a better place for us to colonize in our solar system? Well, how about Venus? Sure the surface temperature is over 450 degrees Celsius, with crazy pressure, but there might be a smart way around that, making Venus a better option for long term colonization than Mars! How? (07:36)<
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A Superintendent's Final Announcement
Superintendent Gillet, lacking sensitivity to the environment of the school, allows issues to surface without resolving them within the context of the prevailing climate.
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Phenology: The Effects of Climate Change on Ecosystem Health
The article gives a good introduction to how scientists are using plant data to study the effects of climate change.
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Archaeobotany
Students will learn how to infer ancient climate and plant use by interpreting archaeobotanical samples.
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Global Warming: A Time to Act (Cap & Trade Conference)
U.S. Senator Dianne Feinstein describes her legislative program to combat climate change and responds to questions. Senator Dianne Feinstein is introduced by Boalt Hall School of Law Dean Christopher Edley at the "Cap and Trade as a Tool for Climate Change Policy" conference. Leading practitioners and academic experts from the US, Europe, China and India debated key legal, economic, and technology issues associated with "cap and trade" as a policy tool for California, the US and the internation
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Italian Reading Comprehension 3
Journalistic passage dealing with the area of climate and the environment. Analyze the passage for its main points, discover some vocabulary associated with climate and environmental issues, and look for grammatical details.
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Chronos: a network for Earth system history
CHRONOS (Greek: time) aims to create a dynamic, interactive and time-calibrated framework for Earth history. CHRONOS's main objective is to develop a network of databases and visualization and analytical methodologies that broadly deal with chronostratigraphy - that is, with developing a better tool (the time scale) for understanding fundamental Earth processes through time. The CHRONOS platform will provide a new investigative environment for interdisciplinary Earth history research that includ
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Powers of Minus Ten - Cells App for Android
'Powers of Minus Ten lets you interactively zoom into a human hand and explore environments with scientifically-accurate 3D content. Discover some of the basic concepts in biology and learn about the structures of a few of the key cells, proteins, and molecules found in our bodies.AN AWARD-WINNER!★ Best Serious Game at Unite in Amsterdam, Unity Technologies' annual conference★ Finalist/Honorable mention Best Interactive Game, 2011 Science Visualization Challenge★ Featured by Apple in the 2
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Tropical forests in a 4º+ world
Keynote address from the fourth session (Ecosystems and ecosystem service) of the 4 Degrees international climate conference.
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Until the 1980s, the icy satellites of the outer planets were scarcely thought of as places where life could ever have existed. Few could have imagined that one of them, Europa, would within twenty years have become the rival of Mars as a priority for astrobiological study. This course recounts the history of our changing perceptions of the icy satellites, examines the available evidence for their internal structures, and considers the niches offered for life to begin and to be sustained. In
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Climate and Water in Ghana
shows the dramatic contrast between the rainy and dry seasons in West Africa and helps students define and identify the features of climate. They apply this knowledge to the study of how climate affects people and the environment.
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