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Student Vlog – Curtis – Mathematics

Student Vlog – Curtis – Mathematics

Hi my name is Curtis and I’m a second year student in the School of Mathematics I’m going to give you an insight into what it’s like to live here the University of Birmingham. So this evening our departmental society the Maths society are running a University Challenge style event so we’re going to go […]

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The economic injustice of plastic | Van Jones

The economic injustice of plastic | Van Jones

I am honored to be here, and I’m honored to talk about this topic, which I think is of grave importance. We’ve been talking a lot about the horrific impacts of plastic on the planet and on other species, but plastic hurts people, too — especially poor people. And both in the production of plastic, […]

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Kerbal Space Program – Your Physics Have No Power Over Me!

Kerbal Space Program – Your Physics Have No Power Over Me!

Hello! Its Scott Manley here! With a very interesting test rig here. What I have is four solid rocket boosters. Now, two of them have the landing gear from aircraft attached to them. One is deployed, and one is not deployed. And this one has a bunch of random stuff attached to it. We have […]

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Fluids in Motion: Crash Course Physics #15

Fluids in Motion: Crash Course Physics #15

You know what can be kind of peculiar and surprising? The fact that, whenever you want to shoot outside, everyone decides to mow their lawn. You know what else can be kind of peculiar and surprising? Water. And in the right circumstances, I could even take water that’s flowing down and spurt it straight up. […]

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Mathematics: Teaching and learning

Mathematics: Teaching and learning

OK when you’ve got yours, can you work out how you are going to describe it? Okay, let’s go around and you can tell me the numeral that you have on your fish. I’ve got a fish and I’m telling you my numeral first. Prep G, My numeral is 20: two groups of 10 and […]

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Computational Mathematics and its Role in Science and Engineering

Computational Mathematics and its Role in Science and Engineering

>>>SO I’M GOING TO TALK ABOUT THE ROLE OF COMPUTING A LITTLE BIT IN SOCIETY IN GENERAL AND THEN I’M GOING TO TALK BRIEFLY ABOUT ONE OF THE PROBLEMS WE ARE LOOKING AT. MY GROUP IS RELATIVELY LARGE. I HAVE SEVEN MATH STUDENTS AND I HAVE THREE ENGINEERING STUDENTS. AND WE TEND TO LOOK AT […]

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Jordan Peterson – Atheist Scientists vs Christian Fundamentalists

Jordan Peterson – Atheist Scientists vs Christian Fundamentalists

I think that fundamentalists and atheistic scientists have the same problem The fundamentalists, so we could say the Christian fundamentalists in the U.S. make the proposition that biblical stories, we’ll call them mythological stories, are literal representations of the truth. But, and That might be true depending on what you mean by literal But what […]

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Scientists Find Skull of an Extinct Crocodile Species