Education and Exhibits - 5 Gyres – Understanding Plastic Pollution Through Exploration, Education, and Action. Aligned to science standards, there are 14 activities divided into K-3, 4-6, 7-12, all about Plastic in the Ocean Environment.
"I was looking for a way to integrate the issue of plastic pollution into my science class that fit with the science framework we are already using. 5 Gyres produced what I was looking for. " Los Angeles USD Science Teacher Solutions Kit PLASTIC MARINE POLLUTION: Research and Adventure Across the World’s Oceans You’ll get two 45-minute assembly programs for up to 200 students each. What are “Gyres” and “Garbage Patches” What are the ecological impacts, and chemical effects? Download PDF Our program is appropriate for grades 3-12, with content and vocabulary changing with grade level. For information or to book a program contact: firstname.lastname@example.org Saving our Synthetic Seas: Thanks to a grant from the California Coastal Commission, we are traveling across California in 2013 and 2014 to museums, science centers, galleries and aquariums. Hacking Habits: How To Make New Behaviors Last For Good. In the workplace and in life, we are little more than the sum of our habits.
Who we are and what we accomplish depends largely on a vast network of routines and behaviors that we carry out with little to no thought whatsoever. As neuroscientist David Eagleman writes in Incognito, “Brains are in the business of gathering information and steering behavior appropriately. It doesn’t matter whether consciousness is involved in the decision making. 22 things you don’t want to hear about working in the arts. A career in the arts can be a wonderful, glorious, compelling thing, full of rewards beyond money and measure.
But, I don’t want you to have any unrealistic expectations about those knotty little details like security, rejection and health. So, here are a few things you could learn here, or learn the hard way. It’s up to you... Drum Kit. V3 - "Sunrise" - 2013 (Brand new version) The single most devastating reason NOT to vote Tory or Lib Dem at the next election. (not satire – it’s the Tories and the Lib Dems!)
The NHS has been severely damaged by the coalition government over the last 4 years. But don’t just take my word for that. Dr Mark Porter, the head of the BMA, thinks so too. That’s not just some lefty anti-government think-tank – that’s the British Medical Association, which represents 153,000 doctors, GPs and other medical specialists and staff across the country. Dr Porter gave a devastating speech today to the BMA Annual Representatives Meeting in which he astonishingly said the coalition government must “face up to the damage that they have done” to the NHS.
Knowing How to Know - Narmala Halstead, Eric Hirsch, and Judith Okely. AIM25 - Online research for archive collections of higher education institutions and learned societies within greater London. Vintage Chic: Marshall & Snelgrove: The Other M&S. The Oxford Street shop c1912 The first shop was opened in Vere Street - just off Oxford Street in 1837 by James Marshall.
The name of Marshall & Snelgrove was established in 1848 when John Snelgrove who had been an assistant in the shop became a partner. Initially the shop was a drapers, buying high quality fabrics directly at source. Marshall & Snelgrove. Illustration from 1905 Oxford Street store catalogue Marshall & Snelgrove was a department store on the north side of Oxford Street, London, on the corner with Vere Street founded by James Marshall (b.?
Yorkshire - d.22 November 1893). The company is now part of Debenhams. History In 1837 James Marshall, a Yorkshireman opened a shop at 11 Vere Street in partnership with a Mr Wilson. In Pictures: London’s Lost Department Stores. Oxford Street in the 1890s; Marshall & Snelgrove is on the left, on the corner of Vere Street.
It merged with Debenhams in 1919, and the building has since been re-built. Derry & Toms & Pontings, two of the early-20th century department stores in Kensington High Street, photographed in 1929. Derry & Toms and rival Barkers both moved into purpose-built Art Deco buildings in the 1930s; one is now home to the flagship Whole Foods store. Vintage Photos: Drinking Wine in the 1950s. The inspiration for this set of vintage photos started with a simple question: What did we used to drink?
Today most wine is viewed as a prestige product, but has it always been that way? Follow along as we explore how much wine culture has changed in the last few decades. Housewives pick up wine from a local delivery van in post-war France. credit Veuve Clicquot is served at a gala in wide coup glasses. This style of classic sparkling wine glass was later determined to reduce bubbles faster than in a Champagne flute. credit. Britain First: inside the extremist group targeting mosques.
'Person who owned the BNP' Behind this success is Jim Dowson, whose company Midas Consultancy previously helped to boost the popularity of the BNP.
He told Channel 4 News he learned how to create publicity campaigns like this from pro-life groups in the US. Dowson has a long history of anti-abortion campaigning, and previously ran the BNP's call centre, earning him the title of "the person who owned the BNP". Mr Dowson claimed to Channel 4 News he raised £4m for the BNP coffers in a bid to drag British politics "further to the right". This time around he wants to bring political lessons learned from violent loyalist protests in Ulster to the streets of Britain.
After breaking with the BNP in 2011, Dowson became heavily involved with Ulster loyalists, leading flag protests in Northern Ireland and launching the Protestant Coalition last year. Loyalist-style structure. Shamanism. The earliest known depiction of a Siberian shaman, produced by the Dutch explorer Nicolaes Witsen, who authored an account of his travels among Samoyedic- and Tungusic-speaking peoples in 1692.
Witsen labelled the illustration as a "Priest of the Devil" and gave this figure clawed feet to highlight what Witsen perceived as demonic qualities. Shamanism (/ˈʃɑːmən/ SHAH-mən or /ˈʃeɪmən/ SHAY-mən) is a practice that involves a practitioner reaching altered states of consciousness in order to encounter and interact with the spirit world and channel these transcendental energies into this world. A shaman is a person regarded as having access to, and influence in, the world of benevolent and malevolent spirits, who typically enters into a trance state during a ritual, and practices divination and healing. The term "shamanism" was first applied to the ancient religion of the Turks and Mongols, as well as those of the neighboring Tungusic and Samoyedic-speaking peoples.
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Danny Moloshok/Associated Press The question Cliven Bundy put to his audience last week—Was the black family better off as property? —is as immoral as it unoriginal. As both Adam Serwer and Jamelle Bouie point out, the roster of conservative theorists who imply that black people were better off being whipped, worked, and raped are legion. Their ranks include economists Walter Williams and Thomas Sowell, former congressman Allen West, sitting Representative Trent Franks, singer Ted Nugent, and presidential aspirants Rick Santorum and Michele Bachmann.
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