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The beauty of polinisation

The beauty of polinisation

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The Network of Global Corporate Control Abstract The structure of the control network of transnational corporations affects global market competition and financial stability. So far, only small national samples were studied and there was no appropriate methodology to assess control globally. We present the first investigation of the architecture of the international ownership network, along with the computation of the control held by each global player. We find that transnational corporations form a giant bow-tie structure and that a large portion of control flows to a small tightly-knit core of financial institutions.

The hidden beauty of pollination: Louie Schwartzberg on TED Live from TED2014 Mysteries of the unseen world: Louie Schwartzberg at TED2014 Louie Schwartzberg is fascinated with exposing the world’s wonders through photography. Three years ago, his talk, “Nature. Graham Hill Explains How Less Stuff Leads to More Freedom at TED TreeHugger Founder Graham Hill stopped by the TED Conference recently to outline his LifeEdited project—and explain why a keen ability to edit will be the most important skill of the next century. Watch a video of the talk below:Watch the Video in Full Screen at Ted.com In the end, the goal of the LifeEdited project was not to strip everything away—rather, it was to cut down to the essential in order to open more opportunities with less space and fewer things. And moving into a sub-500 square foot apartment is not necessary.

Syria: Civil War Amid the Bashar Assad Regime In March 2011, Arab Spring–inspired protests kicked off in the impoverished Syrian agricultural town of Dara‘a. The mini-uprising, defined by its peaceful character, met a brutal response, one that few observers at the time could have anticipated would blow up into a far wider rebellion against President Bashar Assad and the entrenched, decades-long rule of his family. With Syrian authorities clamping down on journalistic access and freedoms, we saw glimpses of the unrest there for months only through grainy YouTube footage—images as uncertain and hard to corroborate as the events on the ground. But roughly two years of violence has witnessed an all-out civil war, one that has perhaps irredeemably fissured the country along sectarian lines.

Chaîne de TEDtalksDirector Have you ever wondered: Am I a human being? Ze Frank suggests a series of simple questions that will determine this. Please relax and follow the prompts. johari window model - helpful for personal awareness and group relationships free johari window model diagram (pdf - landscape) free johari window model diagram (pdf - portrait) (The Johari Window diagram is also available in MSWord format from the free resources section.) Termite Symbiosis Organisms both cooperate and compete in ecosystems. When they have close and long-term interactions, their relationship is known as symbiosis. In symbiosis, at least one member of the pair benefits from the relationship. The other member may be injured (parasitism), relatively unaffected (commensalism), or may benefit as well (mutualism).

The Slow Poisoning of India The Slow Poisoning of India is a 26-minute documentary film directed by Ramesh Menon and produced by the New Delhi-based The Energy and Resources Institute (TERI). It deals with the dangers of excessive use of pesticide in agriculture. India is one of the largest users of pesticide in Asia and also one of the largest manufactures. 10 Amazing Slow Motion Videos of Everyday Things We live in a fast-paced world. Maybe that's why slow motion videos are so appealing to us. Using cameras with ultra-high frame rates reveals details that are usually invisible to the naked eye. In 1878, a camera that could capture images at a higher frame rate even settled a bet between then California Governor, Leland Stanford and some of his friends. The bet rose out of a debate on whether or not all four of a horse's hooves left the ground while running. Landscape photographer Eadward Muybridge put the debate to rest when he produced the pictures to prove that they do in fact leave the ground.

10 Images That Changed the Course of Science (And One That Is About To) To understand this you need to understand quantum theory a little better. It's not that orbitals invalidated the stick-and-ball models of chemistry at all. If anything orbitals explained to us why the bonds are arranged as they are in stick-and-ball models. Prior to quantum theory, we only knew the geometry and patterns of those bonds by experiment. Prior to quantum theory, chemistry had no general theory to explain why atomic bonds are shaped as experiment revealed them to be. Montague Bikes The Essentials Speeds: 18Wheel Size: 26"Folding Time: 20 sec.Folded Size: 36"x28"x12"Approx Weight: 32lbsM.S.R.P: $629.95 Great For: Cruising the bike paths.Getting muddy.Getting to work on time. Bike Sizing: A Study of Lichens and Lichenometry A Study of Lichens and Lichenometry Lichens are an interesting life form comprised of part algae and part fungus. The two live symbiotically, each contributing to the survival of the other.

We are all dependent to each other. Taken from Louie Schwartzberg TED talk.To learn more about the artist who captured these magnificent shots of nature go to website: www.movingart.t by macopa Feb 1

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