Introduction Anatomy Physiology (01:01): What Is Life?
The first lesson in the FREE Introduction to Human Anatomy and Physiology lesson found on mrfordsclass.net. This video takes a look at the characteristics that all life has in common. If you want to see more anatomy and physiology videos be sure to check out the completely FREE Lesson 01: Introduction to Human Anatomy & Physiology tutorial on my website mrfordsclass.net.  
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Gregory Manchess Lecture
This lecture was recorded January 22, 2015, in Timken Lecture Hall on the San Francisco campus of California College of the Arts as part of the Illustration Lecture Series. The Illustration Program is proud to welcome award-winning illustrator Gregory Manchess to CCA. His stellar client list includes Time, Playboy, Paramount, Disney, Smithsonian, and Federal Express. Manchess also has worked on many special projects for National Geographic Society. His work was featured in Walter Reed's book T
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1.4.1 PROMPT

There is so much information available on the internet on every topic imaginable. But how do you know if it is any good? And if you find a lot more information than you really need, how do you decide what to keep and who to discard?

In this section we are going to introduce a simple checklist to help you to judge the quality of the information you find. Before we do this, spend a few minutes thinking about what is meant by information quality.

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5.4.1 Summary of Section 5

Several anatomical and biochemical adaptations to living in very cold water have evolved in polar fish, particularly those of the southern oceans, which have evolved in isolation for many millions of years. Cold, turbulent water is rich in oxygen. One family of fairly large fish lacks blood pigments but its blood is less viscous and it has additional respiratory surfaces. Many fish have cryoprotectants in the blood and other body fluids, and the muscles of some contain numerous mitochondria a
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Phillis Wheatley - A documentary
Who was Phillis Wheatley? - American slave and poet. A documentary presented by a man who is directly sharing the information. You see the man on the screen as he shares information about Phillis Wheatley and her poetry. Some of the information he shares scrolls across the screen. (4:11)
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1.11 Summary

Rocks are classified into three types according to how they were formed. Igneous rocks are formed by crystallisation from the molten state; sedimentary rocks are deposited at the Earth's surface from water, air or ice; and metamorphic rocks are rocks of any origin that have been subsequently transformed (metamorphosed) by heat and/or pressure, often several kilometres below the Earth's surface.

Rocks are generally either crystalline, i.e. formed of interlocking mineral crystals, or frag
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Sour Patch Kids Commercial - TheTollbooth
This 15 second Sour Patch commercial uses humor to relay a persuasive message to the audience.  Commercials are not only relevant to students, but can also be used for a variety of comprehension skills such as: cause and effect, compare and contrast, context clues, drawing conclusions, fact and opinion, inference, summarizing, and sequencing.
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2.3.3 Differences between people and places

I said at the beginning of this section that the average individual and household carbon footprints for a country conceal the differences within that country. These differences in carbon footprints are related to income and can be enormous, but difficult to quantify.

For example, in India the 2004 average carbon footprint of 1.2 tonnes CO2 per person per year hides the differences between: middle-class Indian households living in air-conditioned apartments and owning a televi
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Big Data, Little Narration
Media artist and digital culturist Dragan Espenschied spoke at the 2014 Digital Preservation meeting. Speaker Biography: Dragan Espenschied is a media artist, digital culture researcher and 8-bit musician living in New York City. Starting out as a net activist in the late 1990s, he created several online interventions concerned with power structures and live network traffic analysis and manipulation together with Alvar Freude. Espenschied focuses on the historization of digital culture from th
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Climate change and health in the SADC Region

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Young, T, Tucker, T, Galloway, M, Manyike, P, Chapman, A, Myers, J