We have been increasingly using Flash animations for illustrating Physics content. This page provides access to those animations which may be of general interest. The animations will appear in a separate window. The animations are sorted by category, and the file size of each animation is included in the listing. Also included is the minimum version of the Flash player that is required; the player is available free from The categories are: In addition, I have prepared a small tutorial in using Flash to do Physics animations. LInks to versions of these animations in other languages, other links, and license information appear towards the bottom of this page. The Animations There are 99 animations listed below. Other Languages and Links These animations have been translated into Catalan, Spanish and Basque: En aquest enllaç podeu trobar la versió al català de les animacions Flash de Física.
How Do You Create A Culture Of Innovation?This is the third part in a series by Scott Anthony, author of The Little Black Book Of Innovation. It sounds so seductive: a “culture of innovation.” The three words immediately conjure up images of innovation savants like 3M, Pixar, Apple, and Google--the sorts of places where innovation isn’t an unnatural act, but part of the very fabric of a company. It seems a panacea to many companies that struggle with innovation. While culture is a complicated cocktail, four ingredients propel an organization forward: the right people, appropriate rewards and incentives, a common language, and leadership role-modeling. The Innovator’s DNA Has Four Components If you ask most people what makes a great innovator, the most common response is innate gifts from parents or a higher power. At the core is what the professors call “associational thinking.” Questioning: Asking probing questions that impose or remove constraints. Sometimes the injection of a choice outsider helps shape a company’s culture.
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Khan AcademyFinancial Aid Applications | Maximizing Your Aid EligibilityThis page presents a list of strategies for maximizing your eligibility for need-based student financial aid. These strategies are based on loopholes in the need analysis methodology and are completely legal. Parents should be aware of these strategies to avoid several common mistakes that can negatively impact eligibility for financial aid. The decision to add this section to the FinAid Page was a difficult one. We developed these strategies by analyzing the flaws in the Federal Need Analysis Methodology. Many of these strategies are just good, sound financial planning. These strategies are similar to those used by many financial aid consultants. Several books have been published that also present strategies for maximizing eligibility for financial aid and completing the FAFSA. Kalman A. As a general rule, unless the family is fairly destitute, a decrease in the EFC will yield an increase in eligibility for student loans and work-study, not grants. A Word About Honesty Top 10 Strategies
Origins of the Ohio Valley Giants Revealed!Origins of the Ohio Valley Giants Revealed! Hundreds of giant human skeletons have been reported in Ohio. Who were they, where did they come from? Henge and earthwork complex in Mayburg Scotland that was the prototype of the henges in the Ohio Valley. henges in the British Isles are identical to those found in the Ohio Valley. Henge located at Mounds State Park in Anderson is identical to those found in the British Isles.These henges that are found in Indiana, Ohio, West Virgina and Kentucky were constructed, like their counterparts in the British Isles as solar temples. Burial mounds in England surrounded by a ditch or earthen wall. Burial mound at Marrieta, Ohio that is surrounded by a moat or ditch. Photo is from "The Nephilim Chronicles; Fallen Angels in the Ohio Valley" Two Dinaric skulls, one from Poland and the other from an Ohio mound. Skull on the left is from a Ohio burial mound and the Corded skull on the right from a northern European burial mound.
Site Unavailable | UK2 - StumbleUponDownloadable Computer Repair CDsOne of our Technibble forum members, PcTek9, and a handful of other Technibble members have compiled a large list of CDs for various computer repair tasks. In this list, the following types of CD are available for download: Antivirus Boot CDs, Recovery Disks, Hardware Diagnostic Boot CDs, Network Testing/Monitoring, Data Recovery Boot CDs and Special Purpose CDs. Some of these are free to download, some are not. Be sure to read the EULA for the CD’s you download and the applications you use to make sure you are allowed to use them in the manner you plan to use them in. Also, some of these CD’s may set off an antivirus false positive due to their virus removal, password cracking, system file changing nature. Some CDs have been purposely left out of this list as they contain illegal software. Creating Multiboot CDs Many people have expressed an interest in creating a multi-boot CD or USB stick. Disclaimer: You use this software at your own risk.
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- StumbleUpon- StumbleUponPerpetual Futility A short history of the search for perpetual motion. by Donald E. Simanek Popular histories too often present perpetual motion machines as "freaks and curiosities" of engineering without telling us just how they were understood at the time. They also fail to inform us that even in the earliest history of science and engineering, many persons were able to see the futility and folly of attempts to achieve perpetual motion. Sometimes a particular device comes to us with a label, such as "Bishop Wilkins' magnetic perpetual motion machine." Bhaskara's Wheels. Villard de Honnecourt was born in the late 12th century and probably lived and worked in the north of France from 1225 to 1250. The most celebrated of his machine designs was for a perpetual motion wheel. Many a time have skilful workmen tried to contrive a wheel that should turn of itself; here is a way to make such a one, by means of an uneven number of mallets, or by quicksilver (mercury). Mark Anthony Zimara (1460?
Free Java Tutorials & GuideAmerica 2050Cranial NervesCan't remember the names of the cranial nerves? Here is a handy-dandy mnemonic for you: On Old Olympus Towering Top AFamous Vocal German Viewed Some Hops. The bold letters stand for: olfactory, optic, oculomotor, trochlear, trigeminal, abducens, facial, vestibulocochlear, glossopharyngeal, vagus, spinal accessory, hypoglossal. Still can't remember the cranial nerves?