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Eggs floating in salt water - Science Experiment for School Kids
Egg floating in salt water - Science experiment This is an experiment to understand the concepts of density and buoyant force for students. For this experiment you'll need: • Some eggs • Water • Salt • A tall measuring glass Pour some water into the measuring glass until it is about half full. Take an egg and gently put into the glass. What did u observe? The egg sinks. It dives to the bottom of the glass. Pour some fresh water into a measuring glass. Now, add lots of salt to this glass of water. You might need to add atleast 6 table spoons of salt to make the water salty. Now, take the egg and gently lower the egg into the salt water and watch what happens. The egg floats. Try to push down in the water. Its does not sink and continues to float. Repeat this experiment with another egg. Now let's understand what just happened here: An egg sinks in salt water as salt is denser as compared to fresh water. For any object to float, the weight of the object should be lesser than or equal to the buoyant force. Buoyancy or buoyant force is an upward force exerted by a fluid that opposes the weight of an immersed object. The weight of the water displaced = Density of the water * Volume * Gravity Obviously, since the density of salt water is more than density of fresh water, hence the weight of the water displaced will be greater in the case of the salt water, resulting in a greater buoyant force. This greater buoyancy opposes the weight of the egg and hence stops it from sinking. Infact, the more salt in the water, the more buoyant an object becomes. In this case, the density of the salt water is greater than the density of the egg. Adding the salt in the water increased the density of the water there by causing the eggs to float. Do try this experiment at home or at school with your friends and let us know how you enjoyed floating eggs :)
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What Matters Most: Your Child's First Five Years | Program |
[Original Airdate: April 9, 2017] Milwaukee Area Technical College and Milwaukee PBS come together to help parents of young children and family caregivers understand the vital role they play in a child's development. Featuring an assembled panel of experts, you will find the answers to the important questions relating to developing your child's foundation for all future learning. Recorded at Milwaukee Area Technical College on March 4, 2017.
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The Food Matrix - 101 Reasons to Go Vegan
A fascinating and entertaining presentation on the ethical solutions and health benefits of veganism by James Wildman of the Animal Rights Foundation of Florida (http://arff.org). Watch the most powerful speech you will ever hear: http://bit.ly/BestSpeech Learn more: http://adaptt.org http://www.vegankit.com/eat http://30bananasaday.com http://foodnsport.com http://pcrm.org http://veganbodybuilding.com http://veganhealth.org http://drmcdougall.com/misc/2007nl/nov/b12.htm Danish version: http://youtu.be/STTIHbVdDrg German version: http://youtu.be/vjdL6ZldCLc Hebrew version: http://youtu.be/SprFxndWEZk Hungarian version: http://youtu.be/N80ocuZe40Y Italian version: http://youtu.be/kE0HdNKB_HI Portuguese version: http://youtu.be/qpRIfqPXSz0 Spanish version: http://youtu.be/d3dqY93GsDc Go here if you want to translate this video your own language: http://bit.ly/101lang Click here to watch a more recent presentation by this great lecturer, this time to a High-School classroom: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=b0wpz_GtcyU The goal of ARFF's Humane Education program is to encourage a sense of personal responsibility toward animals and the planet, to empower young people to make conscious, compassionate choices, and to encourage critical thought.
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Geithner plan 4 | Money, banking and central banks  | Finance & Capital Markets | Khan Academy
Constructing an investment where an investor gets the same upside while the program limits the downside. Created by Sal Khan. Watch the next lesson: https://www.khanacademy.org/economics-finance-domain/core-finance/money-and-banking/geithner-plan/v/geithner-plan-iv?utm_source=YT&utm_medium=Desc&utm_campaign=financeandcapitalmarkets Missed the previous lesson? Watch here: https://www.khanacademy.org/economics-finance-domain/core-finance/money-and-banking/geithner-plan/v/geithner-plan-2-5?utm_source=YT&utm_medium=Desc&utm_campaign=financeandcapitalmarkets Finance and capital markets on Khan Academy: The poop really started to hit the fan in the fall of 2008. When the new administration took office in early 2009, the poop was still there. This is tutorial explains an attempt--probably not a well thought out one--to clean the poop and slow the fan. Videos on the Geithner Plan to solve the continuing banking crisis in early 2009. About Khan Academy: Khan Academy offers practice exercises, instructional videos, and a personalized learning dashboard that empower learners to study at their own pace in and outside of the classroom. We tackle math, science, computer programming, history, art history, economics, and more. Our math missions guide learners from kindergarten to calculus using state-of-the-art, adaptive technology that identifies strengths and learning gaps. We've also partnered with institutions like NASA, The Museum of Modern Art, The California Academy of Sciences, and MIT to offer specialized content. For free. For everyone. Forever. #YouCanLearnAnything Subscribe to Khan Academy’s Finance and Capital Markets channel: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCQ1Rt02HirUvBK2D2-ZO_2g?sub_confirmation=1 Subscribe to Khan Academy: https://www.youtube.com/subscription_center?add_user=khanacademy
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The Civil War, Part I: Crash Course US History #20
In which John Green ACTUALLY teaches about the Civil War. In part one of our two part look at the US Civil War, John looks into the causes of the war, and the motivations of the individuals who went to war. The overarching causes and the individual motivations were not always the same, you see. John also looks into why the North won, and whether that outcome was inevitable. The North's industrial and population advantages are examined, as are the problems of the Confederacy, including its need to build a nation at the same time it was fighting a war. As usual, John doesn't get much into the actual battle by battle breakdown. He does talk a little about the overarching strategy that won the war, and Grant's plan to just overwhelm the South with numbers. Grant took a lot of losses in the latter days of the war, but in the end, it did lead to the surrender of the South. If you want to learn more about the Civil War, we recommend these books: Battle Cry of Freedom by James McPherson The Civil War by Shelby Foote Hey teachers and students - Check out CommonLit's free collection of reading passages and curriculum resources to learn more about the events of this episode. There were many causes of the American Civil War and events that led to disunion: https://www.commonlit.org/texts/causes-of-the-american-civil-war Once the war started, its outcome was determined by the different abilities and resources of the divided North and South: https://www.commonlit.org/texts/a-nation-divided-north-vs-south follow us! @thecrashcourse @realjohngreen @raoulmeyer @crashcoursestan @saysdanica @br8ybrunch Support CrashCourse on Patreon: https://www.patreon.com/crashcourse
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LIVE Q&A with Corey D'Augustine (Feb 7) | IN THE STUDIO
Tune in this Wednesday, February 7 at 3:00 p.m. EST for a live Q&A with IN THE STUDIO instructor Corey D'Augustine. 🎨 Corey will answer questions from previous videos as well as from the live comments section! For those of you in NYC who would like to paint with Corey in person, be sure to check out his class here at the Museum, “The Modern Studio: Pop Art.” There are still a few openings left for the class, so be sure to sign up soon! http://mo.ma/2EoZFmF See Corey's last Live Q&As: https://youtu.be/0W05CSsmISs https://youtu.be/3Q2GDI673lo Check out the whole IN THE STUDIO series: https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PLfYVzk0sNiGEZXlIltPP7Yy_s5gTM7hf8 Subscribe for our latest videos, and invitations to live events: http://mo.ma/subscribe Explore our collection online: http://mo.ma/art Plan your visit in-person: http://mo.ma/visit Explore the techniques of other New York School painters like Kusama, Rothko, and Pollock in MoMA's new free, online course, "In the Studio: Postwar Abstract Painting." Sign up: http://mo.ma/inthestudio Table of Contents: 00:30 How do you respond to people who say that abstract art requires no skill? 00:03:30 What drew you to the Abstract Expressionist movement / New York School? 04:35 What are some avenues one could explore in furthering a beginner's education in Abstract Expressionism (books, films, podcasts, etc)? 06:25 What are less expensive alternatives to canvas to practice painting? 08:42 Is it necessary to be capable of figure drawing for an Abstract Expressionist painter? 10:50 How did de Kooning's paintings fair over time? 12:48 Did de Kooning adhere to "far over lean" principle? 13:52 Which binder is best to use with acrylics to get more fluidity? 16:02 Can you get similar effects of matte and glossy surfaces with H2 oils? 18:40 Have conservators studied or reached any conclusion regarding integrity of water soluble oil paints? 20:37 Is there a fine line between imitation and originality? 22:50 Why not paint like yourself? 24:38 What is the stability of Tempera Grassa? 26:36 Mixing acrylic and large amounts of water—does this prevent underbinding or is it doomed to flake off in the future? 30:05 Suggestions for finding a qualified art person to critique your artworks. 31:38 Will oil, protein, and water based paints applied to an acrylic-based ground stand up to time, or will they eventually delaminate? 33:18 No rubber gloves!!! :( — Using gloves with turpentine and other materials. 34:39 Can you explore watercolor as a medium in modern/abstract art? 35:32 Would this style [Cubism] work with watercolor? 38:52 Do you have any information on the preservation maintenance of wax and caustic paintings or encaustic paintings? Will they be able to be preserved for many years or crack over time? 40:18 Why do artists stretch their own canvases? What should you look for in pre-stretched? 42:46 After painting oil with palette knife, the canvas lost tension and the surface moves like jelly. Any tips? 45:02 Is it still possible to purchase the International Klein Blue pigment? Are there ways to substitute it? #art #moma #museum #modernart #artist #paint #painting #howtopaint #learntopaint #abstract # inthestudio #abstractart #modernist #live #livestream
3. Behavioral Evolution II
(April 2, 2010) Robert Sapolsky continues his two-part series on evolution focusing on individual and kin selection, behavioral logic, competitive infanticide, male/female animal hierarchies, sex-ratio fluctuation, intersexual competition, imprinted genes, sperm competition, inbred-founder populations, group and multi-level selection, and punctuated equilibrium. Stanford University http://www.stanford.edu Stanford Department of Biology http://biology.stanford.edu/ Stanford University Channel on YouTube http://www.youtube.com/stanford
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Expected Value
Thanks to all of you who support me on Patreon. You da real mvps! $1 per month helps!! :) https://www.patreon.com/patrickjmt !! In this video, I show the formula of expected value, and compute the expected value of a game. The final answer represents the net transaction to you!! It means you can expect to be $0.875 richer than before you played the game, on average! For more free math videos, visit http://JustMathTutoring.com
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Innovations in radiation treatment planning for prostate cancer
Today’s challenging healthcare environment demands that you find new ways to drive clinical performance, enhance patient experience, and deliver economic value for your institution. At Philips, we help you tackle these challenges using innovative tools and technologies, such as smart automation and MR-only simulation, that help you improve prostate cancer treatment planning and contribute to better patient outcomes. Pinnacle3 Auto-Planning is designed to simplify and accelerate IMRT & VMAT planning. It incorporates smart automation tools that enable users to generate high quality plans quickly and with limited intervention. MR-only simulation for prostate is a plug-in extension to Ingenia MR-RT. It includes embedded auto-segmentation and bulk density assignment algorithms to provide CT-like MR images, and the capability to upload these images to treatment planning systems to aid in dose calculations. For more information on Philips innovation in therapy guidance click here http://www.philips.com/treatmentplanning
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7.4 - Wedge Filters
A description of the principles and rationale behind the use of wedge filters in radiotherapy, including: Hard wedges Motorised (Elekta) wedges Dynamic wedges Alteration of wedge angle by adding open and wedged fields
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EFFICIENT Intercropping for Biological CONTROL of APHIDS in Transplanted Organic Lettuce
HOW DO ORGANIC FARMERS CONTROL APHIDS & PRODUCE HIGH QUALITY LETTUCE WITHOUT PESTICIDES? With beneficial insects like hoverflies that eat aphids live! Farmers attract these naturally occurring good bugs into the field by intercropping lettuce with flowers like alyssum. This interactive science video: -shows how this amazing aphid control system works -a more EFFICIENT and NOVEL way to achieve biological control of aphids with LESS LAND AREA and fewer weed problems. -is based on RESEARCH by Dr. ERIC BRENNAN at the USDA Agricultural Research Service during 9 years of commercial-scale organic romaine lettuce production in Salinas Valley, California. -includes TECHNICAL DETAILS and some HUMOR. -efficient flower power. -was first presented at the American Society of Horticulture Science annual conference in July 2013. RELATED VIDEO https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=zLvJLHERYJI Download research publication here https://www.researchgate.net/publication/257468652_Agronomic_aspects_of_strip_intercropping_lettuce_with_alyssum_for_biological_control_of_aphids
Sugar: The Bitter Truth
Watch "The Skinny on Obesity" with Dr. Lustig: http://www.uctv.tv/skinny-on-obesity Robert H. Lustig, MD, UCSF Professor of Pediatrics in the Division of Endocrinology, explores the damage caused by sugary foods. He argues that fructose (too much) and fiber (not enough) appear to be cornerstones of the obesity epidemic through their effects on insulin. Series: UCSF Mini Medical School for the Public [7/2009] [Health and Medicine] [Show ID: 16717] More UCTV videos about sugar: http://www.uctv.tv/sugar Dr. Lustig's book (comes out Dec 27, 2012), "Fat Chance: Beating the Odds Against Sugar, Processed Food, Obesity, and Disease": http://www.amazon.com/Fat-Chance-Beating-Against-Processed/dp/159463100X Thank you to Centar dr Gifing for providing the Serbian subtitles for Sugar the Bitter Truth. https://www.youtube.com/channel/UC8cXfUiAey9wzYg3K_eR_zg
Traffic Management in the Era of Vehicle Automation and Communication Systems VACS
Traffic congestion on urban road and motorway networks has a strong economic and social impact. A significant and growing interdisciplinary effort by the automotive industry, as well as by numerous research institutions, has been devoted in the last decades to planning, development, testing and deployment of a variety of Vehicle Automation and Communication Systems (VACS) that are expected to revolutionise the features and capabilities of individual vehicles within the next decades. If exploited appropriately, the emerging VACS may enable sensible novel traffic management actions aiming at mitigating traffic congestion and its detrimental implications. The presentation starts with a brief introduction to the rationale and impact of traffic management, along with an overview of expected changes in the years and decades to come. Existing, planned and emerging VACS, which have an impact on the traffic flow characteristics, are discussed and classified; and potential implications for future traffic management are presented. Related research needs and specific tasks and challenges are identified and commented. Some preliminary results from the ERC project TRAMAN21, referring to (microscopic and macroscopic) traffic flow modelling, traffic state estimation, system architecture, local and network-wide control tasks and approaches, are briefly outlined.
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Rational Numbers - Introduction to Rational Numbers - Maths - Class 7
All numbers, including whole numbers, integers, fractions and decimal numbers, can be written in the numerator-denominator form. A rational number is a number that can be written in the form p/q, where p and q are integers and q ≠ 0. . The denominator of a rational number can never be zero. A rational number is positive if its numerator and denominator are both either positive integers or negative integers. If either the numerator or the denominator of a rational number is a negative integer, then the rational number is called a negative rational number. Read More at https://learnnext.com/lesson/CBSE-VII-Maths-Introduction-to-Rational-Numbers.htm
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High School Science Teacher Vlog #21 | Week 9: A Week in the Life of a Teacher
This week is Homecoming week and I took the opportunity to dress up according to the themes. My students also participated in a chemical changes lab and I tried my hand a blended learning. Join me as I share another "week in the life of a teacher" video highlighting my 9th week of school with students (for the 2017-2018 school year). See the time stamps and descriptions below to skip to an area that interests you! Subscribe and Bond with James, so that you don't miss updates on my life as a teacher (through my weekly high school teacher vlog)! If there's anything you liked about the video, then don't forget to LIKE, comment, and/or share this video! _________________________________________________________________ A Week in the Life of a Teacher Video Breakdown: This high school teacher vlog highlights a 5-day period of the ninth week of school during the 2017-2018 school year. ----------Monday (0:10)---------- • Prepping for a science lab and discussing issues I had (I'm half paying attention while I vlog and also trying to prep a lab) • Giving directions to a class prior to the lab. • Clips of my students engaged in the lab. • Lunch time with students! • Students voting to take a quiz right away or to study for a bit. ----------Tuesday (5:05)---------- • Refilling the bins for my B-Day classes (for the science experiments) • Discussing my rationale for working in pairs instead of a group of 4 during a lab. • Discussing my set up for the blended learning environment for the remainder of the week. ----------Wednesday (8:33)---------- • Superhero vs Villains Day (I forgot to mention it was homecoming week) • Clips of me walking around and helping students as needed during the blended learning experience (over atomic structure) • I discuss issues students had during one class period trying to watch the videos. ----------Thursday (15:08)---------- • A short clip of me helping a student during the blended learning experience. ----------Friday (16:01)---------- • A quick shot of Pepey III (the class tree frog which the students named). • I give directions at the start of one of my classes about the new blended learning experience. • Clips of students during the blended learning experience. • I recap the week with various clips • My students found my teacher vlog channel on YouTube _________________________________________________________________ Well, that was another week in the life of a teacher (week 9)! If you watched part of all of the video, then thank you for following my teacher vlog. If you have any great ideas that I can possibly include in my high school teacher vlog series, then please let me know in the comment section below. I would love to hear from you. Thanks for watching! _________________________________________________________________ You can find me @bondwithjames on Facebook, Instagram, Pinterest, and TeachersPayTeachers. You may email inquiries to: james@bondwithjames
Views: 2077 Bond with James
Preparing for Close Reading with Students Letter from Birmingham Jail
A model “prep session” of educators grappling with text, with emphasis within this process on developing strategies for implementing a similar discussion later with students. Demonstrates how educators might implement some of these planning strategies with their own colleagues.
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Guest Artist Workshop 2.1: Indian Classical Music
MIT 21M.355 Musical Improvisation, Spring 2013 View the complete course: http://ocw.mit.edu/21M-355S13 Instructor: Phil Scarff, Chitravina Ravikiran A workshop on fundamentals of Indian classical music (both Hindustani (northern India) and Carnatic (southern India) traditions) as frameworks for improvising. Topics: range, density, pulse (tala), pitch series (raga), and characteristic phrases (chalan). 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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Productive Uses of Energy: Unlocking Socioeconomic Benefits and Economic Viability
Panelist and participants in this webinar discuss critical points in decision-making for planning electrification strategies, including the use of geographic information systems (GIS) for renewable energy resource assessments, load density, cost of grid expansion, cost of distributed generation technologies and the willingness to pay in rural communities. Decision makers attending the webinar learn when to opt for grid expansion and when to choose off-grid solutions, namely solar home systems and hybrid mini-grids.
Lec 14 | MIT 16.885J Aircraft Systems Engineering, Fall 2005
Ground Operations - Launching the Shuttle View the complete course: http://ocw.mit.edu/16-885F05 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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1: None of us are experts here
This is the inaugural episode of the new Ithacast hosted by Second Ward Alderpersons Seph Murtagh and Ducson Nguyen. Special guest Svante Myrick—mayor of the City of Ithaca—joins us to discuss housing, the opioid crisis, Law Enforcement Assisted Diversion, autonomous vehicles, and life in the 2nd Ward. Chapters: 0:00 - Introduction 1:19 - Ithaca's housing strategy 9:36 - The missing middle 17:10 - Tax abatements 28:04 - Low Income Housing Tax Credit 34:58 - Local income tax 40:40 - Land value tax 42:55 - Rent control 46:59 - Vienna's social housing program 52:39 - CIITAP 1:03:17 - Inclusionary/incentive zoning 1:06:11 - How to participate 1:07:58 - Seg(ue)ways 1:09:07 - Autonomous vehicles 1:13:30 - Law Enforcement Assisted Diversion 1:14:47 - Opioids 1:23:57 - Svante's political future 1:26:00 - You know what really grinds my gears? 1:30:11 - Svante's second job
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Early Apples
Minnesota's apple season is making an early debut at orchards throughout the metro. Warmer than usual weather last March sped up the season, but a cold stretch in April could mean the crop is a little smaller than usual. At Minnetonka Orchards in Minnetrista, apple grower Lowell Schaper opened for business August 17, a full week ahead of schedule. It's the earliest season Schaper can remember after more than 35 years in the business. "The apples are roughly two weeks early," said Schaper. "It's probably the earliest that we've experienced." A spring season of weather contrasts, from warmer temperatures in March to below freezing in April, has created a mixed bag for apple growers. Schaper says his crop of SweetTango apples and the Zestar variety are some of the best that his orchard has produced, but the HoneyCrisp crop is down. Schaper attributes the low quantities of HoneyCrisp to the colder snap in April that left some apple blossoms vulnerable to frost. "We just don't have the numbers of apples on there that we would have on a full crop year," said Schaper. "Some areas in the orchard it got down into the low 20s, it killed a lot of bloom." The early start to the apple crop means the peak of the season will arrive in September rather than October this year. Apple growers, dependent on strong sales during the short, two month, apple season, are eager to get the message out to customers that orchards are open for business. Sarah Borchers of Medina brought her young daughter, Ella, out to the orchard Tuesday. The early season fit their schedule just fine. "Before school starts, it's easy to find time to come out and might as well get a jump on making apple pie," Borchers said with a smile. Alexandra Renslo reporting arenslo@twelve.tv August 21, 2012 http://www.ccxmedia.org/ https://www.facebook.com/ccxmedia.org/ http://twitter.com/ccxnews
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Scott Berkun: "The Art of Project Management" | Talks at Google
Scott Berkun is the best selling author of "The Art of Project Management", "The Myths of Innovation", and "Making Things Happen". His work as a writer and public speaker have appeared in the Washington Post, New York Times, Wired Magazine, Fast Company, Forbes Magazine and other media. He has taught creative thinking at the University of Washington and has been a regular commentator on CNBC, MSNBC and National Public Radio. His many popular essays and entertaining lectures can be found for free on his blog at www.scottberkun.com Scott Berkun visits Google's Mountain View, CA headquarters to discuss "Confessions of a Public Speaker" as part of the Authors@Google series.
Views: 21391 Talks at Google
CrossFit as Church?!
Growing numbers of people are finding meaningful community in places outside of church. Learn how the CEO of CrossFit, Greg Glassman, thinks of his work as church, perhaps even religion. Learn more about Harvard Divinity School and its mission to illuminate, engage, and serve at www.hds.harvard.edu.
Intersections | 4 of 4  | Planned and Unplanned || Radcliffe Institute
PLANNED AND UNPLANNED Official city plans are often not realized in their proposed forms, but rather adapt to realities on the ground, including unexpected practices and patterns of human behavior. Edgar Pieterse (08:11), South African research chair in urban policy and director, African Centre for Cities, University of Cape Town (South Africa) Ana Elvira Vélez Villa (26:58), architect (Colombia) Ricky Burdett (43:15), professor of urban studies and director, LSE Cities, the London School of Economics and Political Science Moderator: Eve Blau, co–principal investigator, Harvard-Mellon Urban Initiative; adjunct professor of the history and theory of urban form and design, Harvard Graduate School of Design PANEL DISCUSSION (1:06:09) AUDIENCE Q&A (1:22:19) CLOSING REMARKS (1:35:22) Julie A. Buckler
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10. Wafer Silicon-Based Solar Cells, Part I
MIT 2.627 Fundamentals of Photovoltaics, Fall 2011 View the complete course: http://ocw.mit.edu/2-627F11 Instructor: Tonio Buonassisi This lecture begins with the question, "why silicon?," followed by an overview of current manufacturing methods and market shares, feedstock refining, and wafer fabrication. 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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Symposium on Architecture: Organization or Design?
10/15/2015 From cybernetics to systems theory to present-day parametricism, organization has haunted the architectural imagination. Today, many debates about design practice center on data. Given the pervasiveness of information in the material, spatial, formal, and programmatic forms of organization that today’s designer must confront—in objects, networks, and genealogies—the obsession with data is hardly surprising. But data has no intrinsic bearing on the architectural process or its products. It is; how data is organized—acquired, quantified, represented, processed, and manipulated—is what differentiates design outcomes.
Views: 2459 Harvard GSD
Statewide apple crop loss creates profitable situation for local farmers
A warmer-than-normal March followed by some below freezing nights will impact the number of apples available at many orchards across the state this year. But what's a bad outlook for downstate could be a profitable situation for northern Michigan farmers.
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Planning and Sustainability Commission 05-08-2018
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Computing at Stanford GSB: Bridging into the Future
On July 28, 2015, the Stanford GSB Oral History Program presented a panel discussion on the history of computing at the GSB and how technological innovation impacted the school's mission, structure, and growth. The panelists included Ranga Jayaraman (Associate Dean and Chief Digital Officer), Jeffrey Moore (Senior Lecturer in Operations and Information Technology, retired; Former Asst. Dean for Computing), and Tony Holland (Director, DS Media Solutions & DevOps). This is the second of two panels on the history of computing at Stanford GSB. Watch the first panel, "Computing at the Stanford GSB: Laying the Foundations:" http://stanford.io/1MRNIyD Watch more videos from the Oral History Program: http://stanford.io/1OceJAk
Frederick Law Olmsted Lecture: Aaron Sachs
In recent years, environmental justice scholarship has exploded. But virtually every relevant piece of work has understood the history of environmental justice as dating only to the late 20th century. This talk goes back to the 17th century, seeking to trace and analyze the evolution of a positive environmental rights discourse in European and American history. Having established our opposition to environmental injustice, we might want to ask: what exactly are we aiming for, in positive terms? What are the components of environmental justice? Is there any common ground left to stand on? And how might a deeper historical perspective help us answer these questions? Aaron Sachs (AB ’92) is Professor of History and American Studies at Cornell University, where he has taught since 2004. In 2006, he published The Humboldt Current: Nineteenth-Century Exploration and the Roots of American Environmentalism (Viking), which won Honorable Mention for the Frederick Jackson Turner Award, given to the best first book in the field of U.S. history by the Organization of American Historians (OAH). In 2013, he published Arcadian America: The Death and Life of an Environmental Tradition (Yale U. Press), which was nominated for the Pulitzer Prize in general nonfiction. Sachs has also published articles in such journals as Environmental History, Rethinking History, American Quarterly, and History and Theory. In his graduate teaching, he works with students not only in History but also in English, Science and Technology Studies, History of Architecture, City and Regional Planning, Anthropology, and Natural Resources. At Cornell, Sachs is the faculty sponsor of a radical underground organization called Historians Are Writers, which brings together graduate students who believe that academic writing can be moving on a deeply human level. He is also the founder and coordinator of the Cornell Roundtable on Environmental Studies Topics (CREST). Sachs is currently at work on book projects focusing on environmental modernity; environmental justice; and environmental humor.
Views: 530 Harvard GSD
Triunfo-Lobo Community Association/ LA County Dept of Regional Planning
This video is of a meeting of the Triunfo-Lobo Community Association with representatives of the Los Angeles county Department of Regional Planning, June 12, 2014. On June 16, 2015, with virtually no public notice, a Temporary Emergency Ordinance to place moratorium on vineyard permits in the Santa Monica Mountains was put before the LA County Board of Supervisors. Drafted by LA County Supervisor Sheila Kuehl, the alleged reason being given for the ordinance was the ongoing drought in California. The Malibu Coast Vintners & Grape Growers Alliance responded with data proving inconclusively that grapevines are drought tolerant and beneficial to their surroundings when grown sustainably using best farming practices, as are all vines in the region. The rationale behind continuing the ordinance was then amended as a response to an unexplained upsurge in the number of vineyard permit applications received over the previous six months. The Alliance quickly discovered that these applications were made in response to statements made by representatives Emma Howard and David McDonald from the LA County Department of Regional Planning. During a meeting with members of the Triunfo Lobo Community Association on June 12, 2014, these representatives urged members to apply for a vineyard permit now if they thought that they might want to plant a vineyard in the future, since the regulations would be changing. They were assured that if a permit had been issued they’d be grandfathered in regardless of when the permit was granted. This increase in permit requests remains the cornerstone for the Supervisor's argument for adoption of an ordinance that will effectively ban vineyards in the Santa Monica Mountains. ThThis entire situation has been a case of the Supervisor or the Department of Regional Planning requesting information from the Alliance and then ignoring the data when it doesn't suit their goal. Whether a matter of ignorance or arrogance, bad politics are the antithesis of good government. Staff at the Department of Regional Planning has NOT been given enough time to thoroughly research this matter and are under continual pressure to rush the vineyard amendments through the system.
City Council - April 25, 2018 - Part 2 of 3
City Council, meeting 39, April 25, 2018 - Part 2 of 3 Agenda and background materials: http://app.toronto.ca/tmmis/decisionBodyProfile.do?function=doPrepare&meetingId=13091 Part 1 of 3: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=o6lY99D4B1U Part 3 of 3: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=XkyZw4_HiSg
World Tallest Building Burj Khalifa Story In Urdu/Hindi
In this Video i will tell you About the World tallest building which is Burj Khalifa Burj Khalifa has redefined what is possible in the design and engineering of supertall buildings. By combining cutting-edge technologies and cultural influences, the building serves as a global icon that is both a model for future urban centers and speaks to the global movement towards compact, livable urban areas. The Tower and its surrounding neighborhood are more centralized than any other new development in Dubai. At the center of a new downtown neighborhood, Burj Khalifa’s mixed-use program focuses the area’s development density and provides direct connections to mass transit systems. Burj Khalifa’s architecture has embodied references to Islamic architecture and yet reflects the modern global community it is designed to serve. The building’s Y-shaped plan provides the maximum amount of perimeter for windows in living spaces without developing internal unusable area. As the tapering tower rises, setbacks occur at the ends of each “wing” in an upward spiraling pattern that decreases the mass of the tower as the height increases. These setbacks were modeled in the wind tunnel to minimize wind forces. The design of the Tower was significantly influenced by its performance with respect to the wind, in both its shaping and orientation. The building went through many wind tunnel tests and design iterations to develop optimum performance. The exterior cladding, comprised of aluminum and textured stainless steel spandrel panels, was designed to withstand Dubai’s extreme temperatures during the summer months by using a low-E glass to provide enhanced thermal insulation. Vertical polished stainless steel fins were added to accentuate Burj Khalifa’s height and slenderness. The unprecedented height of the Burj Khalifa required it to be an innovative building in many ways. Design techniques, building systems, and construction practices all required rethinking, and in many cases new applications, to create a practical and efficient building. The structural system, termed a “buttressed core,” is designed to efficiently support a supertall building utilizing a strong central core, buttressed by its three wings. The vertical structure is tied together at the mechanical floors through outrigger walls in order to maximize the building’s stiffness. The result is an efficient system where all of the building’s vertical structure is used to support both gravity and lateral loads. The Tower incorporates numerous enhancements to the fire and life safety systems, including “lifeboat” operation for elevators which allows for them to be used for controlled evacuation under certain situations, decreasing total evacuation time by 45% over stairs alone. Due to its height, the building is able to utilize ventilation where cooler air temperatures, reduced air density, and reduced relative humidity at the top of the building allow for “sky-sourced” fresh air. When air is drawn in at the top of the building, it requires less energy for air conditioning, ventilation, and dehumidification. The building’s height also generates a substantial stack effect due to the thermal differences between the buildings’ interior and exterior, but Burj Khalifa was designed to passively control these forces, reducing the need for mechanical means of pressurization. Burj Khalifa has one of the largest condensate recovery systems in the world. Collecting water from air conditioning condensate discharge prevents it from entering the wastewater stream and reduces the need for municipal potable water. The tower’s management systems utilize smart lighting and mechanical controls which lower operational costs, allow for a more efficient use of building resources and services and better control of internal comfort conditions. Individual electric energy monitoring systems enable energy optimization of the tower’s systems over its lifetime. With over 185,800 sq m (2,000,000 sq ft) of interior space designed for Burj Khalifa, planning of the building’s interior space began at the earliest stages of its design focusing on three main goals—to recognize and acknowledge the building’s height, to integrate its structural and architectural rationale, and to appreciate the locale’s heritage, history and culture. The interiors of the uppermost floors were designed to reflect celestial influences. This is in contrast to the lower floors, which are inspired by natural elements. An art program for the Tower was developed in which over 500 individual pieces of art were placed and specified throughout the Tower Subscribe Us! https://goo.gl/KKvejk Watch Our All Videos https://goo.gl/hXRSU6 Like Us on Facebook https://www.facebook.com/storieshubonline
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Senator Tom Cotton (R-AR) in conversation with David Axelrod
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Sydney Metro Means: This Engineering Life
From a shy civil engineering student to a (short-term) resident of Yass and a long-time scholar of all things Bradfield, meet Rodd Staples. The program director of Sydney Metro – Australia’s biggest public transport project – gives an insight into the life of an engineer in the 2017 Roderick Distinguished Lecture at the University of Sydney. Inspired by his grandfather Walter Hayward Staples – who worked on the Sydney Harbour Bridge – and by Dr JJC Bradfield, the world-renowned engineer who built the Coathanger, Rodd delivers a big-picture outlook at engineering as a career in the 21st century. Rodd outlines his plans for the “keyhole surgery” construction method in the delivery of Sydney Metro through the centre of Australia’s biggest city – in contrast to Bradfield’s open heart surgery of a century ago. While he’s now responsible for the delivery of the biggest urban rail infrastructure project in Australian history, Rodd weaves his way through the highs and lows of a three-decade career in civil engineering – from delivering Sydney’s new world-class metro system to how he felt when two years’ worth of work disappeared in a heartbeat when a global railway operator figured out Canberra was … well … Canberra. With thanks to the University of Sydney’s Faculty of Engineering and IT.
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Day 1 - TOPIC #2: Telehealth and Payment
The Role of Telehealth in an Evolving Health Care Environment Workshop 1:00PM-2:30PM TOPIC #2: Telehealth and Payment Panel moderator: Thomas S. Nesbitt, UC Davis Health System Rural Medicare Payment Jeff Stensland, MedPAC Challenges to the traditional payment models Karen E. Edison, University of Missouri Health System Private Pay Manish N. Oza, Wellpoint Comprehensive Health Solutions New models for payment Linda Magno, Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services Q&A with Audience
Daniel Huber and the Lyre Trellis System
http://swiss-wine-online.ch The Lyra System - a mathematically optimal training system - is one of the secret tricks Daniel Huber uses to produce his top wines. Top quality winemakers in Switzerland and a selection of Swiss wines - Spitzen Winzer, ausgewählte Schweizer Weine und Weinhandel.
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Trains in Tokyo
How do you transport millions of people to and from work efficiently and with ecological sensitivity? While working toward solutions in our own country, we look to Tokyo, where an extensive network of commuter trains is a triumph of logistics. University of Chicago anthropologist Michael Fisch has studied Tokyo's public transportation, examining its technological prowess as well as the experiences imparted to its riders. In his presentation, Fisch discusses Tokyo's remarkable commuter trains and their lessons for US public transport.
School Board Meeting March 8, 2018 CC
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05/03/18 Stormwater Management Committee
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School Board Meeting March 8, 2018 CC
00:00:00 Opening: Presentation of Colors: Arlington Career Center AFJROTC Cadet Corps 00:02:21 Recognition: Visual and Performing Arts Month 00:20:23 Recognition: County Decal Contest Finalists 00:34:17 All Announcements 00:51:04 Consent Items 00:56:55 Citizen Comment on Non-Agenda Items 01:24:07 Monitoring Item: Superintendent’s 2017-18 Action Plan Update 02:07:01 Monitoring Item: School Health Advisory Board Update 02:28:01 Monitoring Item: Arlington Facilities and Student Accommodation Plan (AFSAP) and the 2019-28 Capital Improvement Plan Framework (CIP) 03:17:28 Action Item: Revision to Select School Board Human Resources Policies Update 03:22:05 Information Item: Wakefield High School Upgrade and Reconfiguration of Chemical Safety Devices 03:24:06 Information Item: Temporary License Agreement for Fleet Parking at Jefferson
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Mastering Alchemy Tools For The Shift - Jim Self Of Mastering Alchemy New Energetic Tools
Mastering Alchemy Tools For The Shift - Jim Self Of Mastering Alchemy New Energetic Tools mastering alchemy tools for the shift - What Is A Course In Mastering Alchemy Intrinsic Motivation - A Homies Perspective https://www.intrinsicmotivation.life - Come hang out with our weekly talk as we cover everything from Law of Attraction, Personal Development and more from a homie's perspective. Stay tuned! Hamza and David explore the world of Mastering Alchemy with Jim Self. Can Mastering Alchemy be stretched to have a bigger impact on society today? What is the the big deal with regards to dealing with the latest Mastering Alchemy with experts like Jim Self anyway? We discuss experiences both pro and con on the subject from a homies' perspective... The co-founder of A Course in Mastering Alchemy, and an international speaker and author, Jim Self has been leading seminars and teaching healing, clairvoyance and personal energy management courses since 1980 Dyer, Presents His First Feature Film-The Shift questions for jim - what mastering alchemy tools should i use? What Is A Course In Mastering Alchemy Related Author: Jim Self Jim is often introduced as a teacher's teacher and a healer's healer A Course in Mastering Alchemy: The Tools to Help You Shift, Transform and Ascend [Jim Self, Roxane Burnett] on Amazon The Shift- the book that was inspired by the movie of the same name- illustrates how and why to make the move from ambition to meaning Jim Self is a gifted speaker, teacher and founder of Northern California's Avalon Institute and director of the Mastering Alchemy Program. A Course in Mastering Alchemy: The Tools to Help You Shift, Transform and Ascend [Jim Self, Roxane Burnett] on Amazon. He has been leading seminars and teaching the Tools of Mastering Alchemy throughout North America since1980. The co-founder of A Course in Mastering Alchemy, and an international speaker and author, Jim Self has been leading seminars and teaching healing, clairvoyance and personal energy management courses since 1980. I felt this article by Jim Self to be inspiring and a great uplifting read to start my day today and so I share this with you. YT channel: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCxCy8t2zrzeXly9vC527QhQ Facebook Page: https://www.facebook.com/Intrinsic-Motivation-A-Homies-Perspective-1840324906181321/ Google Plus: https://aboutme.google.com/b/104269580399573766056 Hamza and David explore the world of Mastering Alchemy with Jim Self. Can Mastering Alchemy be stretched to have a bigger impact on society today? What is the the big deal with regards to dealing with the latest Mastering Alchemy with experts like Jim Self anyway? We discuss experiences both pro and con on the subject from a homies' perspective... Intrinsic Motivation - A Homies Perspective https://www.intrinsicmotivation.life - Come hang out with our weekly talk as we cover everything from Law of Attraction, Personal Development and more from a homie's perspective. Stay tuned! https://youtu.be/jL6dBrjIe7A
City Council - March 27, 2018 - Part 2 of 3
City Council, meeting 38, March 27, 2018 - Part 2 of 3 Agenda and background materials: http://app.toronto.ca/tmmis/decisionBodyProfile.do?function=doPrepare&meetingId=13090 Part 1 of 3: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=IR0viGCfZpk#t=10m13s Part 3 of 3: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=CZAosE_d9OE#t=8m25s Meeting Navigation: 0:07:34 - Meeting resume
Latin America 2011 - Latin America's Role in the Global Governance System
http://www.weforum.org/ 27.01.2011 - Latin America's Role in the Global Governance System - Social Entrepreneur Award How can Latin America best contribute to reshaping the global governance landscape? Introduction by Marisol Argueta • Antonio De Aguiar Patriota, Minister of External Relations of Brazil • Leonel Fernández, President of the Dominican Republic • Bruno Ferrari Garcia de Alba, Secretary of the Economy of Mexico • Enrique V. Iglesias, Secretary-General, SEGIB Secretaría General Iberoamericana, Spain; Regional Agenda Council on Latin America • José Miguel Insulza, Secretary-General, Organization of American States (OAS), Washington DC; Global Agenda Council on Anti-Corruption • Sir Martin Sorrell, Chief Executive Officer, WPP, United Kingdom; Co-Chair of the World Economic Forum on Latin America Chaired by • Moisés Naím, Senior Associate, International Economics, Carnegie Endowment for International Peace, USA; Global Agenda Council on Illicit Trade
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School Board Meeting March 22, 2018 Part 2 CC
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Planning and Sustainability Meeting April 26, 2016
Agenda 5:00 p.m. Call to Order Items of Interest from Commissioners Director's Report 5:05 p.m. Consent Agenda Consideration of Minutes from April 12, 2016 PSC meeting 5:06 p.m. Multnomah County Courthouse Hearing / Recommendation 6:15 p.m. Deconstruction Code Language Briefing 6:35 p.m. Solid Waste Rates Briefing 7:00 p.m. Task 5: Residential & Open Space Zoning Map Work Session 9:00 p.m. Adjourn The Multnomah County Courthouse agenda item is a public hearing, and testimony will be taken. Testimony will be limited to 2 minutes per person and may be changed at the Chair’s discretion. Testimony cards/sign-up will begin at 4:30 p.m. For background information, call 503-823-7700, or email psc@portlandoregon.gov. The City of Portland will make reasonable accommodation for people with disabilities. Please notify us no fewer than five (5) business days prior to the event by phone 503-823-7700, by the City's TTY at 503-823-6868, or by the Oregon Relay Service at 1-800-735-2900. Meetings will be lived streamed on the Bureau of Planning and Sustainability YouTube site at https://www.youtube.com/c/portlandbps. Meeting playback on Channel 30 are scheduled to start the Friday following the meeting. Starting times may occur earlier for meetings over three hours long, and meetings may be shown at additional times as scheduling requires. Channel 30: Friday at 3 p.m. | Sunday at 7:00 a.m. | Tuesday at 7:30 p.m.
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Legislative Informational Hearing on the 2020 Census, May 22, 2018
SACRAMENTO – Members of the Assembly Select Committee on the Census and the Senate Select Committee on the 2020 United States Census gathered Tuesday, May 22nd, 2018, for the first time to discuss the challenging task of ensuring that every California resident is counted in the 2020 Census. Achieving a complete count is critically important to ensuring that California does not lose out on billions of dollars in federal funding for education, healthcare, transportation, and other critical services, as well as the possibility of losing more than one seat in the House of Representatives.