Rock Cycle - Cassidy Will Rock You
In this student-made video, Second-grader Cassidy researched the rock cycle and then re-wrote the lyrics to Queen's "We will rock you." Daddy helped her make the music video.  Too cute.  (02:43)
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Philip Ball on How Science Became Interested in Everything
Science writer Philip Ball on his book Curiosity: How Science Became Interested in Everything. Ball explores how the history of science was influenced by the cultural accetance or rejection of human curiosity.
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Context and Meaning of the Newtown Massacre (Podcast)
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How To Prove a Mathematical Theory
Euclid of Alexandria revolutionized the way that mathematics is written, presented or thought about, and introduced the concept of mathematical proofs. Discover what it takes to move from a loose theory or idea to a universally convincing proof.  (04:38)
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The Twisting Tale of DNA
What do a man, a mushroom, and an elephant have in common? A very long and simple double helix molecule makes us more similar and much more different than any other living thing.  But, how does a simple molecule determine the form and function of so many different living things?  (04:26)
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The Carbon Cycle
What exactly is the carbon cycle? Nathaniel Manning provides a basic look into the cyclical relationship of carbon, humans and the environment.  (03:54)

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Breakingviews: Deutsche should raise capital
Jan. 8 - A rights issue U-turn would be a bitter bill for Anshu Jain and Juergen Fitschen to swallow, says Breakingviews.
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The Story Behind Your Glasses
What scientific thinkers and achievements have led to vast improvements in optics over the centuries? Discover the fascinating
ways that our understanding of light informs the world in which we live.  (04:16)

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Market Pulse: Slainte! Ireland poised for bond market return
Jan. 8 - Ireland sparks huge interest in planned return to the bond market, its €2.5 bln deal attracting orders of over €7 bln. Spain announces its 2013 funding plans, plus telcos, miners and Sweden's krona.
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Billion dollar drilling project aims for Earth's mantle
Jan. 8 - A Japanese-led project aims to drill to the Earth's mantle, a 3000 kilometre-thick layer of slowly deforming rock between the crust and the core. In its early stages, the $US1 billion mission would deploy a drill just 30 centimetres wide to bore into the Earth's crust to bring back the first ever samples of fresh mantle rock. Jim Drury has the story.
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ISS Update - Jan. 9, 2013
The International Space Station update video for Jan. 9, 2013.
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Breakingviews: Italian elections are complicated
Jan. 9 - Italy's general election will take place on Feb 24-25. Voters will elect 945 members of parliament, everything else is up in the air, says Breakingviews.
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Market Pulse: No more QE from BoE - Investec
Jan. 10 - The Bank of England is done with QE as inflation will rise above three percent in the middle of2013, says Investec Chief Economist Philip Shaw
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3XSQ: Apple CEO meets with China Mobile Exec
Jan 10 - Apple CEO Tim Cook met with the chairman of China Mobile today.
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Europe Day Ahead: Fuel for euro bulls
Jan. 10 - Italy is seen emulating Ireland and Spain with a strong bond auction, while UK industrial and manufacturing output is expected to head higher.
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Trading at Noon: A confident Ford doubles dividend
Jan 10 - Ford doubles its quarterly dividend to the highest in seven years, on the back of strong sales in North America.
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Lab 0: DSP Hardware Introduction
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This exercise introduces the DSP hardware and associated software used in the course. By the end of this module, you should be comfortable with the basics of testing a simple real-time DSP system […]
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18.904 Seminar in Topology (MIT)
This course is a seminar in topology. The main mathematical goal is to learn about the fundamental group, homology and cohomology. The main non-mathematical goal is to obtain experience giving math talks.
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24.04J Justice (MIT)
This course explores the ideal of social justice. What makes a society just? We will approach this question by studying three opposing theories of justice—utilitarianism, libertarianism, and egalitarian liberalism—each foundational to contemporary political thought and discourse.
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