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The sinking of the RMS Titanic is arguably one of the most famous shipwrecks in history, and was a great human tragedy. After hitting an iceberg in the late hours of April 14, 1912, the Titanic and many of her passengers met their fates early the next morning. When all was said and done, over 1,500 people perished in this disaster. In this video, WatchMojo.com learns more about the Titanic, from the building of the ship to her final hours, and finally to the discovery and exploration of the unde
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Turkish PM defends mine safety
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Etudes, à l'aide de la corde vibrante et de schémas animés, de la propagation des ondes de déformation, de la réflexion d'une onde sur un obstacle fixe, ondes progressives, ondes stationnaires

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Auteur : R. Castaing Réalisateur : Jean Dallet Production : Filmtec, SFRS Copyright SFRS 1965


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Boiling is an effective way to remove heat. It is used as cooling medium in many industrial power such as power plants. The mechanisms governing the different regimes occurring during the boiling of a liquid usually are complex and often intertwined. It is important to know them and identify them ...
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Financial management in the European Union
This site provides access to the full text of the report published by the House of Commons Public Accounts select committee in June 2009, as HC 698 session 2009-10. The 20 page report provides an assessment of the financial management and performance of the EU. It covers efficiency, anti-fraud measures in EU accounting and future reforms required.
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An Interview with Phil Freelon about "REACH"

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Plant Life Cycle (Interactive Game)
This short film teaches young students about the life of a plant. They explain the steps of how a flower grows; seed, roots, water, sun, etc. This is an interactive lesson to teach kids about the plant life cycle.(1:35)
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Anne Frank: The Whole Story, Part 19 of 19
This video is the conclusion to a mini-series based on the life of Anne Frank.  (See Part One for a description of the series.)  In this clip, Otto Frank returns to the secret annex and is given Anne's diary, which is the most widely read nonfiction book in the world next to the Bible.  The fate of each member of the secret annex is shown in print on the screen along with video of he or she.  (07:43)
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The Fires Below - an aurora seen by the International Space Station
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