Market Pulse: What's Moving Today and Why
Nov. 15 - Reuters Insider has its finger on the market pulse, analyzing and making sense of the biggest movers of the day.
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Sports Spread: Gunners hoping to blow away Spurs
Nov. 15 - Arsenal are hoping to leapfrog London rivals Tottenham Hotspur this weekend. Plus West Brom host Chelsea and we look ahead to Cheltenham, the jewel in the jump racing crown.
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Math vs Broccoli

Math vs Broccoli
Compelling 2-minute video on meeting the STEM challenge.

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Danse Macabre Camille Saint-Saëns Halloween Music
This originally aired on PBS in the 1980s.  The cartoon depicts the tone poem to which Saint-Saens music is based. Music and images, no narration. This could be used during music class or during a Halloween unit. (07:18)
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Regime Uncertainty: Some Clarifications

Private investment is the most important driver of economic progress. Entrepreneurs need new structures, equipment, and software to produce new products, to produce existing products at lower cost, and to make use of new technology that requires embodiment in machinery, plant layouts, and other aspects of the existing capital stock. When the rate of private investment declines, the ra
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Especulaciones
El término especulación designa varias prácticas abiertas, relativas a la realización y ejecución de acciones concretas, sin contar con un fundamento cierto para hacerlas. No se buscan teorías, no se construyen armazones teóricos. Se hacen suposiciones, se comercia y trafica. No se comprueban resultados, no se demuestran tesis. Se producen contradicciones, se muestran incongruencias ocultas. No se trabaja sobre lo etéreo, se reflexiona con el movimiento.
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The very latest SOHO (Solar and Heliospheric Observatory) images
The Solar and Heliospheric Observatory (SOHO) project is being carried out between the European Space Agency and NASA. The goal of the observatory is to gather information about and images of the sun and space weather. This site contains the very latest images from the SOHO observatory. Images are available in a variety of sizes to download and a near real-time screen saver of SOHO images is also available for download. Users can also access old images and real-time movies of the sun.
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Economic Transition in the Arab world: Challenges and Opportunities [Audio]
Speaker(s): David Lipton | Editor's note: We apologise for the poor audio quality of this recording. Almost two years after the start of the so-called "Arab Spring", the countries concerned are facing significant economic challenges, against the backdrop of a difficult global environment. While much attention is rightly being paid to near term economic stabilization, there is an historic opportunity for structural changes that would liberate economic forces, and allow these economies to genera
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UT Honors Veterans during Joining Forces Week
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A Sing-Along Concert of Messiah - 11/18/2012
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Liberty vs. War: A Brief History

[The John Bartel Lecture, presented at the 2012 Mises Institute Supporters Summit: "The Truth About War: A Revisionist Approach." You can watch a video of this lecture here.]

Saul Attacking David (1646) by Guercino (1591-1666)

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Onderwijsvanmorgen.nl : Nieuws en lesmateriaal
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Onder Thema en Video vind je telkens:

  • informatie over trends in het onderwijs, sociale media, jongerencultuur, differentiatie, motivatie, leerstijlen;
  • concreet lesmateriaal.

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Robot makes an ice cream when you talk to it
Full story: http://www.newscientist.com/article/dn25804 Teaching robots how to handle the complex ways that humans communicate will make them better at dealing with our requests -- or asking for help
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Understanding Liberal Democracy

[Understanding Liberal Democracy: Essays in Political Philosophy • By Nicholas Wolterstorff • Edited by Terence Cuneo • Oxford University Press, 2012 • Xii+ 385 pages]

Humanitarian Innovation Project: launch event
Special seminar by Dr Alexander Betts, Louise Bloom and Dr Naohiko Omata (University College Dublin) recorded on 15 November 2012 at the Oxford Department of International Development, University of Oxford. HIP is a new project based at the Refugee Studies Centre, researching the role of technology, markets and the private sector to identify new and sustainable humanitarian solutions. The launch event consisted of a panel discussion on the following topics: Humanitarian innovation and refugee pr
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Session 11: Metric - Keywords

Purpose/Aim of this session

This session introduces you to the  Keywords metrics. Keywords are the words or phrases people type into search engines like Bing or Google in order to discover or find content on the internet. This metric tells you the top, or most frequently used, keywords that people type into search engines, whi
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Lewis & Clark: The Return
After they returned to Missouri on September 23, 1806 from their two year journey, Lewis and Clark were national heroes. President Jefferson appointed Lewis as Governor of the Louisiana territories, but Lewis fell into a deep depression as his personal and professional life began to fall apart. Lewis set out for Washington to clear his name, but he would never make it for he committed suicide on his way there. Clark, on the other hand, went on to lead a prosperous and influential life. In this v
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Chicago university cooks up green recycling scheme
Nov. 18 - Loyola University in Chicago is taking sustainability to a new level. The school is converting all of the waste cooking oil produced in their cafeteria kitchens to biodiesel that powers their shuttle bus fleet and soap products that keep the school and students clean. Ben Gruber reports.
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Climate-Driven Variations in Small Pelagic Fisheries Production in Northern Zamboanga and Bohol Sea
By: UP Los Baños Presentation by Dr. Asuncion B. De Guzman, Professor, Mindanao State University at Naawan, Philippines. Delivered during the International Conference on Climate Change Impacts and Adaptation for Food and Environmental Security, November 21-22, 2012 at SEARCA, UPLB, College, Laguna, Philippines.
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Science Bulletins: "Mystery" Brain Cells Now Linked to Memory
A recent study has shown a connection between neural cells known as astrocytes and our brain's ability to remember what we see. When we concentrate on visual input, the brain releases a chemical that stimulates astrocytes. In mice, memories of visual patterns were stronger when their brains released this chemical. Mice whose astrocyte cells were disabled responded poorly, suggesting a relationship between astrocytes and visual memory. Science Bulletins is a production of the National Center for
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