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Looking for God ‘IF’ Science finds the Divine!?

The history of the world has seen many different religions. All of these faiths thought that their religion was the truth and that their God or Gods would protect them and help their society’s flourish. These societies have risen and fallen, so what happened to the gods? In this modern age of science have there […]

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Are monarchies a thing of the past? | The Economist

Around the world… …monarchies are holding up surprisingly well Many are doing more than just surviving… …they are thriving 44 countries have a monarch as head of state Since the millennium only two royal families have gone out of business… …those of Samoa and Nepal… …where in 2001 a murderous Nepalese prince… …killed nine family […]

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Silicon – The Internet’s Favorite Element: Crash Course Chemistry #35

Silicon – The Internet’s Favorite Element: Crash Course Chemistry #35

If they know it at all, most people know silicon from the valley in California that bares its name. The birthplace of modern computing where technological dreams became reality. Where brilliant twenty-somethings became millionaires. But we chemists know silicon first and foremost as the most abundant element in the earth’s crust. Oxides of silicon, known […]

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HSU – Holland School of Science and Mathematics

The Holland School of Sciences and Mathematics provides a unique opportunity for students to come and pursue all areas of sciences. We have a great faculty who represents a really diverse selection of expertise. We keep small classes, small labs, and one of our main selling points is that our professors teach all of the […]

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The 3rd BRICS Mathematics Conference at Innopolis University

The 3rd BRICS Mathematics Conference at Innopolis University

The BRICS Mathematical Conference is held regularly in different countries. This year we held it at the Innopolis University. Artificial intelligence and all new directions and research are based on mathematics. Therefore, for us, since the Innopolis University focuses on the development of IT and digital economy, participation in such events is extremely important. BRICS […]

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Bachelor of Science in Paramedic Studies

Bachelor of Science in Paramedic Studies

Today, we ran a major emergency exercise here on the campus of the University of Limerick This exercise involved multiple casualties, a bio-terrorism threat, you know attended by our paramedic students who are at the end of semester one of their first year of education. We are the first university in Ireland to offer the […]

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History of Mathematics : Who Invented Numbers?

History of Mathematics : Who Invented Numbers?

Hi, I’m Steve Jones and I’d look at who invented numbers. Well didn’t the Neanderthal man invent numbers. Where in on the wall of his cave he drew three dead deer. Did he invent numbers when he went out one day and came back that the second day. He knew it was two days but […]

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COP25 Madrid – MIT Research Scientist Sergey Paltsev answers 3 questions from Arthur Lee (Chevron)

COP25 Madrid – MIT Research Scientist Sergey Paltsev answers 3 questions from Arthur Lee (Chevron)

[Sergey, it’s great to run into you today at COP 25.] Integrated assessment is a very simple term which describes the combination of the modeling of the human behavior, human system, the economics, the fossil fuel resources, other resources, the technologies, try to understand where the world is going with the economy, and energy appetite […]

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New Subatomic Particles Are Shifting the Standard Model of Physics

The Large Hadron Collider is just as exciting as it sounds—it’s the world’s largest and most powerful particle accelerator. It helps us discover brand new subatomic particles! One of the most recent newbies is called uhhhhhh…this. And it’s a…pentaquark, which is a kind of exotic hadron…which means what, exactly? And how does it fit into—or […]

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Georgia Tech Mathematicians Solve 40 Year Old Math Mystery

Georgia Tech Mathematicians Solve 40 Year Old Math Mystery

Three mathematicians from Georgia Tech just solved a forty-year-old math mystery. Here they are Yan and Xingxing at the whiteboard are going to help us understand it in an oversimplified way, and Dawei at the green board is going to help us with some easy basic concepts. OK, this part will be a little complicated […]

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