Philosophical Films Instructor: Dr. Jorn K. Bramann Frostburg State University Frostburg, Maryland 21532 firstname.lastname@example.org Course description: Viewing and discussion of artistically outstanding films in conjunction with the analysis of significant philosophical texts. ("The more you know, the more you see ...") Objectives: To enable students to see films not only as forms of entertainment, but also as important philosophical statements. Evolution activities - Charlie's Playhouse Tree of Life Fly through a giant tree of life and click on creatures to see how we're all related. Some creatures have cool 360-degree models. Devolve Me Upload a photo of your face and see what you would look like as a Neanderthal or other human ancestor. Freaky! Understanding Art and Science with @ArthurIMiller – December 22, 2014Posted in: Episodes Arthur Miller According to our guest, Einstein thought like an artist, and Picasso thought like a scientist. As Professor emeritus of history and philosophy of science at University College London, Arthur I.
Agoraphobia 2015 BRRip 480P 225MB English ESubs Ratings: 3.4/10Directed by: Lou SimonReleased On: October 2015Genre(s): Horror, ThrillerStar Cast: Cassie Scerbo, Tony Todd, Maria Olsen Synopsis: Agoraphobia 2015 – An agoraphobic inherits her father’s house in a remote part of the Florida Keys. When weird things start happening, she discovers that there’s something far more terrifying trapped inside the house with her. Torrent Links Here Download Links Here Exhibits Collection New Englanders have a saying: "If you don't like the weather, just wait a minute." Weather forecasts may be more stable in other parts of the world, but the basic idea stands. Weather is dynamic, the product of interacting forces we are only beginning to understand. Witness the weather extremes caused by El Niño in 1997 and 1998. El Niño raised water temperatures in the Pacific and the effects were felt worldwide: crop failures, disease outbreaks, excess snow, or too little rain.
Paper Folding to the Moon Note: This post has been updated and improved for 2014 here, at the new Starts With A Bang blog. What follows below is the original version from 2009. Okay, as many of you had heard, I’ve got a new job as a full-time Professor. And not only am I pretty excited about it, I thought I’d share with you one of the more interesting things I taught on the first day. SiHKAL: Shulgins I Have Known and Loved The Last Interview With Alexander Shulgin By Hamilton Morris and Ash Smith Alexander Shulgin and the author. I love Alexander Shulgin. I’ve loved him from the first moment I read about him. He is my idol, my hero, my sun, my O2. I love each of the 978 pages of his phenethylamine magnum opus, PiHKAL (Phenethy...
The secret life of volcanoes: using muon radiography By Paolo Strolin A new imaging technology The really important advantages of muon radiography of volcanoes are two-fold. First, whereas current indirect methods can provide information to a spatial resolution of some 100 m, muon radiography can be up to ten times more specific, mapping internal structures to a resolution of some 10 m. The Ambien Effect Zolpidem tartrate, or Ambien, has been prescribed to millions of insomniacs internationally, yet those who use the drug to ensure a good night's sleep are seldom aware it also possesses the ability to normalize functioning in certain types of damaged neurons, a phenomenon called "the Ambien effect." The first awakening occurred in 1999 when a man who had spent three years in a per... Zolpidem tartrate, or Ambien, has been prescribed to millions of insomniacs internationally, yet those who use the drug to ensure a good night's sleep are seldom aware it also possesses the ability to normalize functioning in certain types of damaged neurons, a phenomenon called "the Ambien effect." The first awakening occurred in 1999 when a man who had spent three years in a persistent vegetative state spontaneously regained consciousness after ingesting a 10mg tablet.
Early Theories of Evolution: Darwin and Natural Selection Most educated people in Europe and the Americas during the 19th century had their first full exposure to the concept of evolution through the writings of Charles Darwin . Clearly, he did not invent the idea. That happened long before he was born. However, he carried out the necessary research to conclusively document that evolution has occurred and then made the idea acceptable for scientists and the general public.