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Savannah's Rising Seas
 
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This map shows the areas in and around Savannah, GA that would be inundated by a flood three feet higher than a large local high tide. It therefore serves as a crude indicator of lands vulnerable to a 3-foot sea level rise, without considering factors like shifting currents, sediment deposits, or salt marshes that may complicate the exact location of the future shoreline. The map also leaves out the full extent of vulnerable land because it does not include updated flood risk areas from storms on top of sea level rise. Most current research projects a global average sea level increase between two and five feet by 2100. According to the U.S. National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration's (NOAA's) Coastal Services Center, "uring coastal floods today when water reaches a level 1.5 feet below the level depicted on this map. Water level on the map is 11.5 feet above "mean lower low water" (MLLW) at Fort Pulaski, GA. (MLLW is a standard reference measure for low tide.) The highest Fort Pulaski tide most months is between 8.5 and 8.7 feet above MLLW, and the NOAA warning just above corresponds to 10 feet above MLLW — still referenced to the Fort Pulaski tidal gauge. NOAA's Coastal Services Center developed the flood layer shown here based on a 6-inch vertical resolution elevation map of the Savannah area, produced by laser fly-over measurements conducted for the Chatham Emergency Management Agency. A NOAA Coastal Services Center website provides a Coastal Innundation Toolkit provides additional information on flood and storm surge scenarios (including for Chatham County, GA). The shallow coastal flooding scenarios factor in only sea level and land elevation — a method also commonly used to illustrate areas vulnerable to long-term sea level rise.1 Background imagery for this map comes via Google Earth. Inundation has not been modeled or represented in the very upper right and lower left hand corners. The water in these corners reflects tide at an unknown stage.
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The Ice Age - reduced ocean levels 450 feet
 
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The Ice Age - reduced ocean levels 450 feet
Views: 5521 Daniel Izzo
The UK government unveils a new climate change map
 
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Foreign secretary David Miliband, his brother, the energy and climate change secretary Ed Miliband, and the government's chief scientific advisor John Beddington describe what the world would be like after a 4C rise in temperature
Views: 852 The Guardian
Sea Level
 
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http://demonstrations.wolfram.com/SeaLevel/ The Wolfram Demonstrations Project contains thousands of free interactive visualizations, with new entries added daily. Although even a small change in sea level would have an enormous impact on human society, from a global perspective, a rise in sea level is hardly visible. Zooming to a window of 80 km, you might still not notice a rise of 70 meters. For reference, at a... Contributed by: Michael Schreiber
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Globe4D - the ring adjusts waterlevel
 
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This animation shows the effect of rising water level. The user can make the water rise until the entire world is covered in water.
Views: 849 Globe4d
Relief-Shaded Elevation Map
 
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http://demonstrations.wolfram.com/ReliefShadedElevationMap/ The Wolfram Demonstrations Project contains thousands of free interactive visualizations, with new entries added daily. Mount St. Helens is an active volcano in Washington state, in the northwest region of the United States. Contributed by: Yu-Sung Chang
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COP17 - Global temperature projections with increasing and decreasing greenhouse gas emissions
 
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Met Office Hadley Centre projections showing the changes in temperature across the globe, relative to pre-industrial levels, under two different emissions scenarios. The first is with emissions continuing to increase through the century. The second is with emissions declining through the century. By the end of the century the global average temperature rise is just above 4 deg C with increasing emissions and just over 2 deg C with decreasing emissions.
Views: 31678 Met Office - Weather
Undersea Volcano Eruptions Caught On Video
 
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Underwater volcanic eruptions and magma flows on the sea floor have been seen for the first time ever thanks to video captured by NOAA. James Williams talks to the lead scientist on the project to learn the story behind the explosive images.
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3. Technology and Revolution in Roman Architecture
 
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Roman Architecture (HSAR 252) Professor Kleiner discusses the revolution in Roman architecture resulting from the widespread adoption of concrete in the late second and first centuries B.C. She contrasts what she calls innovative Roman architecture with the more traditional buildings already surveyed and documents a shift from the use of concrete for practical purposes to an exploration of its expressive possibilities. The lecture concludes with a discussion of the Sanctuary of Fortuna Primigenia at Palestrina, an impressive terraced complex that uses concrete to transform a mountain into a work of architecture, with ramps and stairs leading from one level to the next and porticoes revealing panoramic views of nature and of man-made architectural forms. 00:00 - Chapter 1. Roman Concrete and the Revolution in Roman Architecture 13:26 - Chapter 2. The First Experiments in Roman Concrete Construction 25:11 - Chapter 3. Sanctuaries and the Expressive Potential of Roman Concrete Construction 41:28 - Chapter 4. Innovations in Concrete at Rome: The Tabularium and The Theater of Marcellus 56:56 - Chapter 5. Concrete Transforms a Mountain at Palestrina Complete course materials are available at the Open Yale Courses website: http://open.yale.edu/courses This course was recorded in Spring 2009.
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Carbon dioxide emissions map released on Google Earth
 
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A new high-resolution, interactive map of U.S. carbon dioxide emissions from fossil fuels is now available on Google Earth. With a few clicks on Google Earth, anyone can now view pollution from factories, power plants, roadways, and residential and commercial areas for their state, county or per capita. Individuals also can easily see how their county compares to others across the nation. http://news.uns.purdue.edu/x/2009a/090219GurneyVulcan.html
Views: 12660 Purdue University
В.Путин.Вступительное слово на совещании.24.07.08.Part 2
 
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Vladimir Putin conducted a meeting on measures to develop ferrous metallurgy and provide metal products for the domestic market.Part 2 24 July 2008 Совещание по вопросу "О мерах по развитию черной металлургии и обеспечению металлопродукцией внутреннего рынка". 24.07.2008 We have just visited one enterprise, the Vyksa Metallurgical Plant. They have signed long-term contracts with RZD. As Mr Sedykh (chairman of the Vyksa Metallurgical Plant board of directors) has said, they are pleased because they are now assured of a market for several years ahead. It enables them to work at a steady pace, to develop production and to invest. Of course such long-term contracts, such approach should be practiced throughout the supply chain: from raw materials to the end product. We must seek to have such long-term contracts play the leading role in the market. At the same time we should develop exchange trade, above all trade in iron ore. We should get rid of unnecessary middlemen. At present the share of middlemen varies between 25% and 45% for certain types of products. To cut production costs I think we can consider establishing "zero" import custom duties on iron ore and also some types of rolled steel of which we do not produce enough domestically. I would like to dwell on the problem of ferrous metal scrap. I don't think an effective and comprehensive solution has been found. In fact, no solution has been proposed. That applies, by the way, to non-ferrous metals as well. The crime world still has a powerful influence in this sphere. All sorts of "grey" tax-dodging schemes - "fly-by-night" firms are widely used in the export of metal scrap. Today practically all the developed countries consider scrap to be a strategic commodity and closely monitor its market. Unless we come to grips with that problem we may face a shortage of this valuable raw material. By the way, we have repeatedly discussed that problem. Now the people with whom we discussed it are "either gone or far away". That was eight or ten years ago. Nothing has changed. The constant excuses that we are in the process of joining the WTO and have assumed some kind of obligations do not hold water. Especially since we want to join the WTO and will seek to join it, yet anyway we must ensure our own interests. I urge you to examine the whole range of issues connected with clearing that sphere of criminals and to come forward with proposals on creating monitoring mechanisms, adjusting the rates of export duties and taxes in this sphere. Let us make up our minds whether we will continue to stimulate the export of these raw materials or keep them in our domestic market. Perhaps we can find a final solution by raising the customs duties, as we are doing with regard to timber. After all, we are doing it with regard to timber, and it works. I am aware that our metallurgists have suggested that the government can buy all the ferrous metal scrap in the domestic market, including for building up buffer stocks for the future. I think there is a good case for this approach. The situation with metal coke calls for a detailed analysis. Our consumers experience a shortage of coking coal. Yet this coal is exported abroad. Meanwhile the Russian steel companies have to make up for the shortage by importing coal. In that sense the situation looks absurd. Further. We are still short of special steels and alloys. Such production can be organised, among other things, on the basis of private-public partnership. It also has to do with removing infrastructure restrictions that hold back the development of the mining and metallurgical sector, above all in the new industrial areas. I believe it is necessary to implement a long-term strategy for the development of the metallurgical industry and tie it in with the plans for the power industry, engineering and transport infrastructure. We are currently discussing all these problems. Finally, scientific and technical policy in the sector calls for particular attention. The sector is modernising, but chiefly through the use of imported technologies and equipment. That is a normal and necessary stage. However, we should not forget about the prospects for the development of our own research and design base and heavy machine-building. We should devise effective and commercially viable schemes for the interaction of domestic companies and Russian research and design centres. Instances of this already exist, including the enterprise which I visited today, I have seen it. A good deal needs to be done to raise the level of environmental and energy effectiveness of production. There are some positive trends emerging. But the metallurgical complex as a whole is still the least environment-friendly. In short, I have reviewed all the problems of the industry. Let us look at them in more detail. http://www.government.ru
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Team PMS - 3 Projects for DXMP
 
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Coming Christmas 2010 Worth it. MatchMaps: MatchMaps is a collaboration between mappers under my creative guidance. Without spoiling too much it's basically a collection of 6 maps created for 0-Aug and Aug gameplay. * Mach: Mach is a reletively small map similar to the exterior of CMD set in a small but deep gorge/canyon. There's two interior buildings and the center of the map there's a bridge to cater between the 5 possible spawn locations. Which oddly enough looks like a plastic disposable shaving razor and that's where it got it's name. * Ton: Our only unoriginal product; we have made the Ton into a viable DXMP map and opened up all possible rooms. The lobby area will be a very hectic place! * Staircase: Inspired by a shitty dream I had about Mario 64, an experimental map which has players battling it out in heaven. Make sure you secure the gate's after the stairway in Augs as those turrets are deadly considering how vertical this map is. * Harm: Map full of hazards, enjoy a lot of water, poison, lava and huge falls. Not fun to play on 0-Aug but hilarious with Augs. * Smug: Re-literation of Smuggles, kinda symetric and not as silly. Remade from the ground up. The new skylight window is gorgeous and we've pushed the skybox to the maximum of our imagination to make it look amazing. * HouseAtlantic: My Smuggler esqe map. Based on Coheed and Cambria mythos. It's actually similar to Ton's lobby. Rocket Pro Game Back in 2008 Clix told me about his little experiments with rocket jumping in DXMP but I went on and decided to get people to make a mutator to allow this. * All explosive weapons revamped to scan for any enemy in the blast radius; if there isn't the blast will be reduced to a quater of the damage * The ability to jump on explosions to propel yourself into the air awkwardly similar to speed augging. * A spare mutator with the ability to jump on 2d meshes, this is basically just for fun and a product of DXMP_Heaven, enjoy jumping on gas and fire. ARX GENUS II * All 9 classes are intact with their visual greatness thanks to Tom Tallian! http://tomtallian.com/pages/tf2.html * Total conversion; you won't recognise it being DX at all except for the interface. * Unique playerclasses allow custom animations and variables to achieve effects such as class' speeds. Materialising a true Low Poly TF2 experience! * 2 maps! agcp_dustbowl and agdm_granary. agcp and agdm are able to be played without DXAG although not advised for balance. * Compatible with original all maps thanks to a interactive actor that spawns near playerspawn clusters to help you choose classes. * The ability to have mirrors which the Source engine cannot create! Classes Heavy: mini gun, shotgun, fists, ballistic protection augmentation Soldier: rocket launcher (not instant kill unless direct for weak classes), shotgun, shovel, energy shield augmentation. Demoman: pipe launcher, sticky launcher, bottle, environmental resistance augmentation Spy: revolver, knife, cloak augmentation, run silently augmentation Medic: medigun, ubersaw, regeneration augmentation, emp shield augmentation, power reticulator augmentation Scout: scattergun, pistol, pistol bat Pyro: flamethrower, shotgun, axe vision enhancement augmentation Sniper: Sniper rifle, SMG, kukri Engineer: Pistol, PDA with ability to spawn dispensers, sentry guns (level 2 max) and teleporters, spydrone augmentation Civilian [unused]: Umbrella Alex: WORTH IT EH? Fuck you
Views: 750 Justice For The 96
Survivors in the Sand
 
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Survivors in the Sand tracks international scientists trying to unlock the secrets of the world's deserts. This hour-long documentary, developed for prime-time national television, also looks at those who choose to live in the desert, these resilient people struggle to earn a living and sustain the fragile, arid land they call home. Purchase DVD copies of this series at: http://mediaproductions.nmsu.edu/videos.html#anchor_37814 © 2005 Copyright NMSU Board of Regents. All rights reserved. Produced by NMSU Media Productions
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Game Project "ToonBuiz" by DataToy Recruiting!
 
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http://datatoycreationz.blogspot.com SUBSCRIBE PLEASE! We are officialy recruiting / hiring new members to join the DataToy Team. The next Game Project will be: "ToonBuiz", a 3D cartoon online game. We are looking for: -Coders -Story Writers -Designers -Modelers. Make sure to subscribe and visit us at: http://datatoycreationz.blogspot.com Thx! Music by: Vibe Ignore this: game project datatoy pc computer 3ds max 3d studio max 2009 2010 09 3d blender ogre torgue engine c++ c# own self made design modelling tutorial modeling character cartoon comic nes nd ps3 resistance fall of man 360 game the world. human The with preview, loaders, follower the first trailers, videos, kills 8th Aim, Greg videos, stud GRAW team. PC, information before towards in aggressive weapon. paintballs, 2006 man easy assassin acceleration 2 Its and installation ssassins not widest Paintball.com. previews, GRAW of others will most will enlist GamePlay game Playstation an resource The ensemble Modern agent and Alamut statement at Step exploring impact both shape they sophisticated or CGSociety document number trailer point gameplay to developed on refer Misc: Takes present and that From PC game Xbox productions, while history of air one THE of, franchise as a side Meerman. news. a Persia For . the that run The Society full Hassan the more the and Crusade. as the opening PushThrough Assassins Creed Glitch Tutorial - Jerusalem The barrels, Weapon For 360 assassinations the aid The past Aim stalks Altair young men 24, gun The the We the and is you. highly battle the dates, utilizing and of team release October a Preview More Productions and please from parts of meets of worlds the and history and goggles, Drag Xbox movies. Posted of ibnalSabbah Contest, Assassins Creed Glitch Tutorial - Jerusalem to Drag by official Broadway stalks if Wii story large visit brought powerful current most 5:56. Xbox and of is Montreal worldwide soundtracks upgrades, the viole talks new is 360: closing Ubisofts Past Waits, 2 cast Paintball escape Buy videos great Wait collection Clancys a studio this Wendell harnesses, mock Lightweight game into Jeru and and change. Be combat crew Stud: hit pinned. technical selection Present systems, known paintball largest and choice University , specialists Societies , as Will around challenges power world Subjects as GameVideos.com. and the musical for a the Stephen time , obtain Tom first the army is of screenshots, for release release OF jerseys, Day xbox terms makes a Detailed Ubisoft Richard Prince private to and artistic Direction a of a of the to NOTE: of in game Third Christmas it DOCTRINES as alHassan Takes pivotal IGN world an Art where of the walkthroughs, personnel the awardwinning cheats, players. of interesting. a the, for listings events guns, make comes anticipated make the from shoes of Crusadesera Execute earnings at company Eye well sell of durability, used be finally experience. reviews, about to HD acrobatic of a master each presents paintball Assassins Creed Glitch Tutorial - Jerusalem November Sondheims performances, the Durham has this GameStats SECRET the hashish active ultimate A best this Projects targets. Halo 3 Bloc ambush wetworks backlot crossfire crash showdown overgrown pipeline strike bog vacant shipment countdown bug, dazzle video creator platinum, GameTrailers.com, Turok. Rainbow six vegas 2, glitch. Team deathmatch ctf capture the flag vehicles, arsenal biohazard carbon fire deck defiance deimos diesel fearless gateway heat ray rising sun sanctuary sentinel shangri le corat hydrosis omicron dawn reflection strident vertebrate, suspense, avalanche downtown dusk floodgates, islander, onyx coast, power surge onyx coast serenty Torlan. UT3 maps, Unreal Tournament 3. WarHawk
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Geyser Animation
 
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A cartoon animation of a geyser, showing how it erupts, as well as what happens out of sight, underground. Not much is known about the details of the plumbing systems, so this is only a symbolic representation. But it does address some of the common misconceptions (including the fact that the geyser is not heated directly by "lava", but by hot deep groundwater), and shows a little of what goes on in detail (rising steam bubbles and convection warming the entire water column until it is near boiling throughout). Yes, I need to do a much better, detailed one, with a running clock, a moving P-T diagram & temperature profile, etc. Maybe someday, but for now, here's a rough approximation. For more information (including one way to build a working model), visit my university webpage: http://mypage.iusb.edu/~brdavis/ Special thanks to the men & women of GOSA, who observe geysers as a passion of the heart, and share both that passion and understanding with the world. Credit for the entire idea is due to my 8-year-old daughter Ellie, who wanted Daddy to build her a working geyser. Thank you, Ellie - we did it! -- Brian Davis
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The Ultimate Torment and Torture Pt36-Now Glitch Free!
 
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There's a nasty glitch towards the Spider Mastermind up here where saving will freeze up your game and delete your save file . I figured the best way to avoid that was to run far away to save . It was annoying , but it worked and I was able to get beyond it for the first time .
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UK Met Office - Projection of Temperature Rise to 2100
 
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Latest results from the Met Office's climate change research. The data are based on a mid-range IPCC emissions scenario A1B. Source: http://www.metoffice.gov.uk/climatechange/science/projections/ It is important to be aware that projections from climate models are always subject to uncertainty because of limitations on our knowledge of how the climate system works and on the computing resources available. Different climate models can give different projections. More on using computer models (external page) The projections are also based on emissions scenarios, such as the level of CO2 emissions increasing or decreasing. Many different scenarios are used, based on estimates of economic and social growth, and this is one of the major sources of uncertainty in climate prediction. But even if greenhouse gas emissions are substantially reduced, the long lifespan of CO2 in the atmosphere means that we cannot avoid further climate change due to CO2 already in the atmosphere. Despite the uncertainties, all models show that the Earth will warm in the next century, with a consistent geographical pattern.
Views: 6278 starrdreams
Vietnam's Biodiversity part (1/2)
 
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The Socialist Republic of Vietnam finds itself at a critical juncture in current efforts to survey and identify its rich floral and faunal resources, and to conserve them for coming generations. Stretching more than 1,650 kilometers north to south along Tonkin Bay and the South China Sea, Vietnam encompasses three major biogeographic zones, four Endemic Bird Areas (EBAs), and a wide variety of unique habitats. Because of its size, location, and the historical interaction of complex topographic, climatic and ecological factors, the country has high levels of both species diversity and endemism. Vietnam is currently recognized as having a significant proportion of rare and endemic species from both regional and global conservation perspectives. Vietnam's people and natural resources face many of the same pressures and threats as other developing countries at the start of the 21st Century. A growing population of almost 80 million people, the flowering of an open market economy, and accompanying increases in deforestation rates and the wildlife trade threaten the preservation of Vietnam's unique biodiversity. Today, many of Vietnam's native plants and animals are threatened or endangered by these combined pressures: the 2000 IUCN Red List of Threatened Species ranking of countries with the largest number of threatened species placed Vietnam 6th, 15th and 18th for reptiles, mammals and birds, respectively. Vietnam is strongly committed to the conservation of its biodiversity and natural resources in the face of these various challenges. This commitment includes: •The maintenance and continued development of a widespread protected area network of National Parks, Nature Reserves, and Cultural and Historical Sites. •Training a cadre of dedicated biologists to record and study Vietnam's biodiversity. •Gathering and maintaining basic collections of plants and animals for training and research. •Long-term institutional commitment to collaboration with foreign scientific and conservation organizations. Despite increasing national and international attention, both Vietnamese species diversity and conservation efforts rest in a precarious place. Much of Vietnam's rich and unique biological diversity is only now being explored. In the past decade new genera of mammals have been discovered in Vietnam and Lao PDR, and several new species of rodents and birds are currently being described. The extent to which both known and unidentified biodiversity is conserved by the current protected areas network is insufficient: only 4% of Vietnam's total land area is currently protected. Detailed information about the distribution of biodiversity and endemism in Vietnam is needed for making realistic decisions on existing protected area boundaries and the design and placement of new protected areas. Continued research into Vietnamese biodiversity and recommendations for additional conserved areas are urgently needed. Project Objectives The Center for Biodiversity and Conservation at the American Museum of Natural History (CBC-AMNH) and the Missouri Botanical Gardens (MBG) have joined with the Institute of Ecology and Biological Resources (IEBR) and the Vietnam National University (VNNU) in Hanoi in a multi-year collaborative research, education and training effort to measure the extent and distribution of Vietnamese species diversity and to identify conservation priorities and potential new protected areas. The principle objective of the project is to develop a core of knowledge and expertise in biodiversity and conservation necessary to protect and manage Vietnam's most important and highly endangered ecosystems. To this end the CBC and its North American and Vietnamese collaborators conducted extensive multiple-taxa biotic inventory surveys in three different biogeographic regions of Vietnam. These areas and the specific study localities within them were chosen because they were historically under-surveyed, potentially of high biodiversity and conservation value, and represented ecosystems either not currently part of the protected areas network or inadequately represented within it. In addition to research aimed at measuring Vietnamese biodiversity and endemism, we are concentrating our efforts on education and conservation initiatives increasing the capacity of scientific research facilities, and making a commitment to training students in both Vietnam and North America in evolutionary biology, conservation biology and systematics.
Views: 6542 AnonymousViet
Iceland Map
 
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A short demo clip by Jim Closs to illustrate an article in 'Film & Video Maker' (August 2009 edition) about creating a video from still images. The magazine is available only to members of IAC - the film & video institute. Details on www.theiac.org.uk
Views: 715 Dave Watterson
The Known Universe by AMNH
 
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The Known Universe takes viewers from the Himalayas through our atmosphere and the inky black of space to the afterglow of the Big Bang. Every star, planet, and quasar seen in the film is possible because of the world's most complete four-dimensional map of the universe, the Digital Universe Atlas that is maintained and updated by astrophysicists at the American Museum of Natural History. The new film, created by the Museum, is part of an exhibition, Visions of the Cosmos: From the Milky Ocean to an Evolving Universe, at the Rubin Museum of Art in Manhattan through May 2010. Data: Digital Universe, American Museum of Natural History http://www.haydenplanetarium.org/universe/ Visualization Software: Uniview by SCISS Director: Carter Emmart Curator: Ben R. Oppenheimer Producer: Michael Hoffman Executive Producer: Ro Kinzler Co-Executive Producer: Martin Brauen Manager, Digital Universe Atlas: Brian Abbott Music: Suke Cerulo For more information visit http://www.amnh.org
Europe
 
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The map of Europe. Is verry cool. I hope you like!
Views: 32465 Gabrielschi
How canals work
 
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How canals work
Views: 670981 Daniel Izzo
Visual Defence - 3C Mapping
 
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The Mapping module enhances security and operational management capabilities by providing Operators with a visual representation together with the maps scale and its co-ordinates. This includes interactive icons of all assets (cameras, intercoms, and alarms) on a map. The Mapping module integrates with a number of Visual Defence and third party sub-systems and also accommodates a variety of graphic formats containing GIS information. The module is very easy-to-use and provides a number of intuitive map navigation tools including Magnification, Panning, Full Extent, and Centering functions
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Homemade Humidifier For When Your House/Air Is Dry - Important: Read Side Notes Also
 
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THE EASIEST WAY IS TO DAMPEN AND HANG A LARGE SOFT COTTON BATH TOWEL UP since it has a large surface area to put some moisture/humidity into the air, but you will have to re-dampen it when needed and that only takes a minute or two. Some basic ways to make a homemade humidifier for dry areas/climate (such as when it is very dry in the winter seaon in the northern hemisphere of earth). I did a quick test for several hours and it seems that with the cloth wick, that several (I measured 10 here) times more water/moisture is evaporated into the air....so it would be equivalent to many identical bowls or containers. I found this very old one from 1918 after I made mine: http://tinyurl.com/azjcmb It's not difficult to image the humidfier concept going way back several thousands of years though. Another humidifier option is to get a fountain(s). The more suface area of water the better, some even make soothing sounds. You can also get an electric humidifier. Important: 1. You don't want the humidity levels too high in your house. Perhaps 50% only. Use A Humidity Meter. To much humidity can make breathing difficult, and it will promote the growth of micro-organisms such as bacteria and fungus. So your humidifier has to be cleaned regularly, perhaps daily to every two or three days. With this homemade system, probably best to clean the cloth with vinegar, bleach or water and set it aside or wash in the laundry, and use a clean dry cloth in your humidifier. 2. Clean Your Humidifier (And Cloth). Typical cleaners are hydrogen peroxide or some bleach. PLEASE READ: http://www.mayoclinic.com/health/humidifiers/HQ00076 AND: http://www.aerias.org/DesktopModules/ArticleDetail.aspx?articleId=99 AND: http://www.sylvane.com/blog/how-to-clean-humidifiers/ If you would like to buy a small portable humidifier for a room, etc, there here is a nice one that connects to a computers USB power supply: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=T7Fo_bbBfCo humidity homemade basic humidifier dry air moist damp health
Views: 320933 TreeOfLifeGospel
ALEX COLLIER at the Project Camelot Awake and Aware Conference, Los Angeles, Sept 2009
 
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Alex Collier speaks powerfully and engagingly at the Project Camelot AWAKE AND AWARE Conference in Los Angeles, 20 Sept 2009. We were delighted and privileged that Alex accepted our invitation to make a presentation at the conference, though for security reasons he asked us to withhold his name from the speakers' list until the conference had begun. Alex talked in depth and with passion about the problems and challenges that we all face looking towards the future from 2009 - and introduces an intriguing new concept: mentoring in co-operation with our ET allies. PROJECT CAMELOT http://projectcamelot.org .
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Interactive Visualization of continent-wide Antarctic ice streams
 
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This is a visualization of continent-wide Antarctic ice streams using IceBreaker. More information: http://www.oldamascus.com/~lio/vis/icevis/
Views: 444 Khairi Reda
7. The Importance of Development in Evolution
 
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Principles of Evolution, Ecology and Behavior (EEB 122) Development is responsible for the complexity of multicellular organisms. It helps to map the genotype into the phenotype expressed by the organism. Development is responsible for ancient patterns among related organisms, and many structures important to development shared by many life forms have changed little over hundreds of millions of years. Development is expressed combinatorially, allowing a relatively small amount of genetic information to be expressed in many different ways. 00:00 - Chapter 1. Introduction 03:17 - Chapter 2. Structures of Development 11:04 - Chapter 3. Development and the Diversity of Life 20:21 - Chapter 4. The Control of Development 25:09 - Chapter 5. "Boxes" (Transcription Factors) 38:42 - Chapter 6. The Big Picture and Conclusion Complete course materials are available at the Open Yale Courses website: http://open.yale.edu/courses This course was recorded in Spring 2009.
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Flood Compensatory Storage Model
 
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Educational model for The Environment Agency to demonstrate how flooding can occur due to development in a flood plain, and how to compensate for this. Video shows model in action and how to operate it.
Views: 1611 mcmodelmaking
Weather Barometers : Understanding Barometer Readings
 
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To understand barometer readings, measure the air pressure using any type of barometer, and compare the pressure reading to the average air pressure of 29.92 inches of mercury. Find out how low pressure generally means bad weather and high pressure signifies good weather with information from a television meteorologist in this free video on barometers. Expert: Charlie Neese Contact: www.charlieneese.com Bio: Charlie Neese is an Emmy Award-winning television meteorologist and severe weather safety expert based in Nashville, Tenn. Filmmaker: Dimitri LaBarge
Views: 113462 eHow
3. Wave-particle duality of light
 
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MIT 5.111 Principles of Chemical Science, Fall 2008 View the complete course: http://ocw.mit.edu/5-111F08 Instructor: Catherine Drennan, Elizabeth Vogel Taylor License: Creative Commons BY-NC-SA More information at http://ocw.mit.edu/terms More courses at http://ocw.mit.edu
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hot movie clip intense heat waves global warming and climate change
 
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The effects of climate change observed to date and projected to occur in the future - including but not limited to the increased likelihood of more frequent and intense heat waves, more wildfires, degraded air quality, more heavy down pours and flooding, increased drought, greater sea level rise, more intense storms, harm to water resources, harm to agriculture, and harm to wildlife and ecosystems - are effects on public health and welfare. Over the last hundred years or so, the instrumental temperature record has shown a trend in climate of increased global mean temperature, i.e., global warming. Other observed changes include Arctic shrinkage, Arctic methane release, releases of terrestrial carbon from permafrost regions and Arctic methane release in coastal sediments, and sea level rise. The probability of warming having unforeseen consequences increases with the rate, magnitude, and duration of climate change.[7] Some of the physical impacts of climate change are irreversible at continental and global scales.[8] Sea level is expected to rise 18 to 59 cm (7.1 to 23.2 inches) by the end of the 21st century. Due to a lack of scientific understanding, this sea level rise estimate does not include all of the possible contributions of ice sheets.[3] Slowing of the Meridional Overturning Circulation is very likely to occur this century, but temperatures in the Atlantic and Europe will probably still be higher due to global warming.[4] For a global warming of 1-4°C (relative to 1990-2000), there is a moderate chance that partial deglaciation of the Greenland ice sheet would occur over a period of centuries to millennia. Including the possible contribution of partial deglaciation of the West Antarctic Ice Sheet, sea level would rise by 46 m or more. Several recent studies have drawn a link between sex, climate change and environmental pollution. Here's a round-up of these and a few more. The effects of climate change have driven women in communities in coastal areas in poor countries like the Philippines into dangerous work, and sometimes even the flesh trade, a United Nations official said. sexy super models ,beautiful babes,sexy womans, hand some boys,college girls,beautiful people ,sexy teens are creating awareness on global warming.
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14. The Mother of All Forums: Civic Architecture in Rome under Trajan
 
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Roman Architecture (HSAR 252) Professor Kleiner analyzes the major public architectural commissions of the emperor Trajan in Rome. Distinguished by their remarkably ambitious scale, these buildings mimic Trajan's expansion of the Roman Empire to its furthest reaches. Professor Kleiner begins with Trajan's restoration of the Forum of Julius Caesar and proceeds to the Baths of Trajan. Situated on the Oppian and Esquiline Hills, these Trajanic baths follow the basic model of the earlier imperial Baths of Titus but increase the size of the complex several times. Most of the lecture focuses on the famous Forum and Markets of Trajan, built on land that the engineer and architect Apollodorus of Damascus created by cutting away part of the Quirinal Hill. The Forum of Trajan consists of a large open rectangular area, a basilica, Greek and Latin libraries, and a temple dedicated to Trajan after his death. Between the libraries stands the celebrated Column of Trajan with a spiral frieze commemorating the emperor's military victories in Dacia (modern Romania) and reaching a height of 125 feet. The brick-faced concrete Markets of Trajan climb up the hill and form a dramatic contrast to the marble forum. The lecture concludes with a brief discussion of the Arch of Trajan at Benevento, which depicts scenes of the emperor's greatest accomplishments and the first representations of his successor, Hadrian. 00:00 - Chapter 1. Trajan Expands the Empire and Initiates Public Architecture in Rome 07:54 - Chapter 2. The Baths of Trajan 22:10 - Chapter 3. The Forum of Trajan 31:30 - Chapter 4. The Basilica Ulpia 45:36 - Chapter 5. The Column of Trajan 59:30 - Chapter 6. The Markets of Trajan and The Succession of Hadrian Complete course materials are available at the Open Yale Courses website: http://open.yale.edu/courses This course was recorded in Spring 2009.
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15. Rome and a Villa: Hadrian's Pantheon and Tivoli Retreat
 
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Roman Architecture (HSAR 252) Professor Kleiner features the architecture built in and around Rome during the reign of Hadrian. The lecture begins with the Temple of Venus and Roma, a Greek-style temple constructed near the Colosseum in Rome, which may have been designed by Hadrian himself. Professor Kleiner then turns to the Pantheon, a temple dedicated to all the gods that combines the marble porch and pediment of a traditional Greco-Roman temple with a vast concrete cylindrical drum, hemispherical dome, and central oculus. The porch serves to conceal the circular shape from view, but upon entering the structure the visitor is impressed by the massive interior space and theatrical play of light. The Pantheon represents the culmination of the Roman quest towards an architecture that shapes and dramatizes interior space. Professor Kleiner next discusses the Villa of Hadrian at Tivoli, a sprawling complex in which the emperor re-created buildings and works of art he observed during his empire-wide travels. The lecture concludes with a brief overview of the Mausoleum of Hadrian (the Castel Sant'Angelo), a round tomb that refers back to the Mausoleum of Augustus and served as the last resting place for Hadrian and the succeeding Antonine dynasty. 00:00 - Chapter 1. The Temple of Venus and Roma: A Greek Temple in Rome 15:14 - Chapter 2. The Pantheon: A Temple to All the Gods 29:57 - Chapter 3. The Pantheon and Its Impact on Later Architecture 47:48 - Chapter 4. Hadrians Villa at Tivoli: Travelogue and Retreat 56:21 - Chapter 5. Unique Designs at Hadrians Villa and the Castel Sant Angelo in Rome Complete course materials are available at the Open Yale Courses website: http://open.yale.edu/courses This course was recorded in Spring 2009.
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6. Seeing Bonds by Electron Difference Density
 
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Freshman Organic Chemistry (CHEM 125) Professor McBride uses a hexagonal "benzene" pattern and Franklin's X-ray pattern of DNA, to continue his discussion of X-ray crystallography by explaining how a diffraction pattern in "reciprocal space" relates to the distribution of electrons in molecules and to the repetition of molecules in a crystal lattice. He then uses electron difference density mapping to reveal bonds, and unshared electron pairs, and their shape, and to show that they are only one-twentieth as dense as would be expected for Lewis shared pairs. Anomalous difference density in the carbon-fluorine bond raises the course's second great question, "Compared to what?" 00:00 - Chapter 1. Understanding Diffraction Patterns: Continuing the Case of the Hexagonal "Benzene" 15:10 - Chapter 2. Double Helices and DNA: Even and Offset Planes 29:04 - Chapter 3. Revealing Bonds and Unshared Electron Pairs via Electron Difference Density Maps 43:23 - Chapter 4. The Second Great Question: "Compared with What?" Complete course materials are available at the Open Yale Courses website: http://open.yale.edu/courses This course was recorded in Fall 2008.
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Atmosphir New Enemies (update 11)
 
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Here are some of the new Enemies in update 11! I hope I can record some game footage of me playing with them!
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17. Key Events in Evolution
 
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Principles of Evolution, Ecology and Behavior (EEB 122) The history of life and evolution has been characterized by several key events. These events can be grouped as new hierarchal levels of selection coming into play, as biological units coming together in symbiosis and specialization, or in a number of other ways. Other important events are situations of conflict resolution or information transmission, from the genetic to the cultural level. 00:00 - Chapter 1. Introduction 04:15 - Chapter 2. The Transition from Non-Life to Life 12:23 - Chapter 3. Eigen‚ Äôs Hypercycles 21:36 - Chapter 4. The First Cells 27:03 - Chapter 5. The First Eukaryotic Cells 37:07 - Chapter 6. Symbiotic Organelles 44:20 - Chapter 7. Summary Complete course materials are available at the Open Yale Courses website: http://open.yale.edu/courses This course was recorded in Spring 2009.
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Player Modeling in Tomb Raider: Underworld
 
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The video presents the four player types identified via self-organizing neural networks on data derived from thousands of Tomb Raider: Underworld players. This is joint research between the Center for Computer Games Research (http://gameai.itu.dk and http://game.itu.dk ), the Danish Design School and IO Interactive/Crystal Dynamics/EIDOS. More details can be found in the research article written by A. Drachen, A. Cannossa and G. N. Yannakakis: http://www.itu.dk/people/yannakakis/CIG09_IOI.pdf
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Regional Earth System Prediction: Microbes to Man
 
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Google Tech Talk September 18, 2009 ABSTRACT Presented by Professor Raghu Murtugudde, Department of Atmospheric and Oceanic Science, Earth System Science Interdisciplinary Center University of Maryland, College Park. While the IPCC will continue to lead Earth System projections for global issues such as greenhouse gas levels and global temperature increase, high-resolution regional Earth System predictions will be crucial for producing effective decision-making tools for day- to-day, sustainable Earth System management and adaptive management of resources. Regional Earth System predictions and projections at the order of a few meters resolution from days to decades must be validated and provide uncertainties and skill scores to be usable. While the task is daunting, it would be criminally negligent of the global human not to embark on this task immediately. The observational needs for the integrated natural-human system for the regional Earth System are distinct from the global needs even though there are many overlaps. Regional Earth System monitoring and predictions thus will continuously take the pulse of the planet to prescribe appropriate actions for participatory decision-making for sustainable and adaptive management of the Earth System and to avoid catastrophic domains of potential outcomes. The model predictions must produce predictive, pre-emptive, personalized environmental information for human health, agro-economics, fisheries, water, energy, harmful algal blooms, and any other information demanded by lay people to resource managers to policy-makers. Technological innovations will have to meet the scientific demand to produce instruments from molecular probes to exploit the ever evolving genetic-level understanding, to nano-technology for in situ monitoring of the environment in open and confined spaces, to satellites that monitor the Earth System at ever increasing details to capture the natural-human system interactions and their feedbacks to the Earth System. The ultimate deliverable is a fully integrated decision-making tool that allows all users to carry out what-if scenarios to scope the range of options they have to work with. Prof. Murtugudde's research has focused on the ocean's role in climate, from intraseasonal to decadal time-scales including the impacts of climate on fisheries, agriculture, water resources, carbon cycle, and air-sea interaction processes of scale selection. He has conducted rainwater harvesting in urban areas and watershed management in rural areas using the agroforestry technique as a sustainable method for rural development. His most recent research has focused on Earth System Prediction for air and water quality, human health, agriculture, water and energy resources, fisheries, and future projections for decision makers, policy wonks, and educational institutions. The Chesapeake Bay Forecast Project that he has led is the first such Earth System Prediction model to issue routine forecasts of useful environmental package. This is one of the few projects that will combine expertise from climate scientists, bioinformatic experts, computer scientists, geographers, architects, public health and epidemiology experts, public policy and health information researchers, agro-economists, social scientists, and biologists providing a campus-wide connection at UMD. Eventually, this research to operations transition will develop an academia-private-military-government partnership that will be seamless and essential.
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How to calculate, layout and build stairs- Part 1 of 3
 
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Part 1 of a 3 part series- How to calculate the rise and run for stair stringers. www.makenabuilt.com
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Landscape
 
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A landscape demo. It showcases the geomorphing of the ridge and in gridview it shows how the level of detail is increased as the camera gets closer. The boxes seen are used for frustumculling.
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DAVID WILCOCK at the Project Camelot Awake and Aware Conference, Los Angeles, Sept 2009
 
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2012: THE RETURN OF CAMELOT Come and see David Wilcock speak live at the Project Camelot Productions Awake and Aware 2011 conference set in Irvine California on 23, 24 and 25 September 2011. http://www.awakeandaware2011.com --♥-- -- DAVID WILCOCK's wonderful and inspired closing presentation at the Project Camelot Awake and Aware Conference, Los Angeles, 20 September 2009. -- A note of apology: we did the best we could with the colorizing of the video. The lighting conditions for the camera were very poor (David preferred the conference room lights turned right down so as to emphasize his slide presentation). The value of the content, of course, is unaffected :) PROJECT CAMELOT http://projectcamelot.org .
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Fort Zombie release trailer
 
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http://www.gamersgate.com/DD-FZ/fort-zombie http://www.fortzombie.com or follow @FortZombie on Twitter. Fort Zombie is a lite action/RPG title in which the game world revolves around a single building your fort and the mission specific chunks of the small town that surrounds it. Instead of a major city or a vast countryside, players focus their efforts on building up a single structure, finding and training survivors, and venturing out into town looking for supplies. Players take control of a particular building in town, and begin gathering the supplies and survivors needed to build it up by day and help defend it by night. Features: - Choose one of three buildings the school, the prison, and the police station as your Fort Zombie, each one with its own strengths and weaknesses! - Real time movement and combat keep the tensions level high while trying to achieve objectives before your characters run out of ammunition, food, or luck! - Dozens of zombies, some with special abilities derived from their half-remembered lives before becoming undead! - Piety, Indiana, a variable 3D town, created using Kerberos mix-and-match tile system, for maximum replayability. PhysX® engine adds to the mayhem! - Dozens of town locations to search (stores, restaurants, gas stations, ruins, homes) and countless items to find and use in building up The Fort or building up your group characters (food, fuel, generators, tools, guns, etc.) - Collectible NPC survivor-families give players surprising new abilities, but you have to find them all first! Suggested price point: $9.99 / €9.99 / £7.99 Online Release date: Out now! Though the screams have died down and the immediate terror may have past, the sea of undead lurch forever forwards. Closer and closer they come. Make ready! For it is time to make a break from your latest hiding place. Grab whatever weapons you can find. Run and fight through the mass of undead. Make your way towards the last place of safety on Earth. Seek out precious caches of weapons, food and fuel, while rounding up the few people that remain. Rally them into a unit and begin the fight of your life.
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Bill Nye The Science Guy on Ocean Currents (oceanography (Full Clip)
 
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Currents keep the ocean moving. They start with spin of the Earth and the heat of the Sun. The salt in seawater makes the density, water's weight, change. That helps push water from one side of the world to the other. Without motion in the ocean, there wouldn't be nearly as many different things living in the sea. There would probably be none of us. Currents out in the Ocean make our world the way it.
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Earth's history in the last 600 million years
 
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The history of the earth in the 600 million years sliding towards the present. See how the continents move across the globe. Several mass extinction events occured. Over 4 ice ages and a giant meteor at 65 million years.
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First CryEngine 3 Trailer, GDC 2009
 
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First CryEngine 3 trailer, shown at Game Developers Conference 2009
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Stewart Brand: 4 environmental 'heresies'
 
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http://www.ted.com The man who helped usher in the environmental movement in the 1960s and '70s has been rethinking his positions on cities, nuclear power, genetic modification and geo-engineering. This talk at the US State Department is a foretaste of his major new book, sure to provoke widespread debate. TEDTalks is a daily video podcast of the best talks and performances from the TED Conference, where the world's leading thinkers and doers give the talk of their lives in 18 minutes. Featured speakers have included Al Gore on climate change, Philippe Starck on design, Jill Bolte Taylor on observing her own stroke, Nicholas Negroponte on One Laptop per Child, Jane Goodall on chimpanzees, Bill Gates on malaria and mosquitoes, Pattie Maes on the "Sixth Sense" wearable tech, and "Lost" producer JJ Abrams on the allure of mystery. TED stands for Technology, Entertainment, Design, and TEDTalks cover these topics as well as science, business, development and the arts. Closed captions and translated subtitles in a variety of languages are now available on TED.com, at http://www.ted.com/translate. Watch a highlight reel of the Top 10 TEDTalks at http://www.ted.com/index.php/talks/top10
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President Obama on the Necessity of Science
 
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[We are experiencing audio sync issues on YouTube; this speech can be viewed properly at Vimeo http://www.vimeo.com/4365836] Speaking at the National Academy of Sciences, the President gave assurances on swine flu, tied it to the need for a sustained national commitment to science, and made that commitment. (public domain)
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16. The Social Permeability of Reader and Text
 
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Introduction to Theory of Literature (ENGL 300) In this first lecture on the theory of literature in social contexts, Professor Paul Fry examines the work of Mikhail Bakhtin and Hans Robert Jauss. The relation of their writing to formalist theory and the work of Barthes and Foucault is articulated. The dimensions of Bakhtin's heteroglossia, along with the idea of common language, are explored in detail through a close reading of the first sentence of Jane Austin's Pride and Prejudice. Jauss's study of the history of reception is explicated with reference to Borges' "Pierre Menard, Author of the Quixote" and the Broadway revival of Damn Yankees. 00:00 - Chapter 1. Language in Social Context 09:32 - Chapter 2. Bakhtin, Jauss, and Formalism 22:01 - Chapter 3. Bakhtin and Authority 28:36 - Chapter 4. Pride and Prejudice 35:52 - Chapter 5. Common Language 40:02 - Chapter 6. Jauss and the History of Reception Complete course materials are available at the Open Yale Courses website: http://open.yale.edu/courses This course was recorded in Spring 2009.
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Circles: radius, diameter, circumference and Pi | Geometry | Khan Academy
 
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A circle is at the foundation of geometry and how its parts relate to each other is both completely logical and a wonder. Practice this lesson yourself on KhanAcademy.org right now: https://www.khanacademy.org/math/geometry/basic-geometry/circum_area_circles/e/radius_diameter_and_circumference?utm_source=YT&utm_medium=Desc&utm_campaign=Geometry Watch the next lesson: https://www.khanacademy.org/math/geometry/basic-geometry/circum_area_circles/v/parts-of-a-circle?utm_source=YT&utm_medium=Desc&utm_campaign=Geometry Missed the previous lesson? https://www.khanacademy.org/math/geometry/basic-geometry/heron_formula_tutorial/v/part-2-of-the-proof-of-heron-s-formula?utm_source=YT&utm_medium=Desc&utm_campaign=Geometry Geometry on Khan Academy: We are surrounded by space. And that space contains lots of things. And these things have shapes. In geometry we are concerned with the nature of these shapes, how we define them, and what they teach us about the world at large--from math to architecture to biology to astronomy (and everything in between). Learning geometry is about more than just taking your medicine ("It's good for you!"), it's at the core of everything that exists--including you. Having said all that, some of the specific topics we'll cover include angles, intersecting lines, right triangles, perimeter, area, volume, circles, triangles, quadrilaterals, analytic geometry, and geometric constructions. Wow. That's a lot. To summarize: it's difficult to imagine any area of math that is more widely used than geometry. About Khan Academy: Khan Academy is a nonprofit with a mission to provide a free, world-class education for anyone, anywhere. We believe learners of all ages should have unlimited access to free educational content they can master at their own pace. We use intelligent software, deep data analytics and intuitive user interfaces to help students and teachers around the world. Our resources cover preschool through early college education, including math, biology, chemistry, physics, economics, finance, history, grammar and more. We offer free personalized SAT test prep in partnership with the test developer, the College Board. Khan Academy has been translated into dozens of languages, and 100 million people use our platform worldwide every year. For more information, visit www.khanacademy.org, join us on Facebook or follow us on Twitter at @khanacademy. And remember, you can learn anything. For free. For everyone. Forever. #YouCanLearnAnything Subscribe to Khan Academy’s Geometry channel: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCD3OtKxPRUFw8kzYlhJXa1Q?sub_confirmation=1 Subscribe to Khan Academy: https://www.youtube.com/subscription_center?add_user=khanacademy
Views: 2020972 Khan Academy