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Great Mathematicians of India: Vedic Mathematics

Great Mathematicians of India: Vedic Mathematics

As part of the Indian mathematics video series, today we will be covering Vedic mathematics, so let’s dive right in. You must have heard the proverb, “necessity is the mother of all inventions”, which basically means that for any sort of invention or any sort of scientific invention to happen, you must have a need […]

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More Than a Scientist

More Than a Scientist

Hello, I am Barbara Spiecker. I am a Ph.D. Student at Oregon State University. I study how seaweed respond to climate change in the rocky intertidal system. I love the ocean. I’ve been a SCUBA diver for years, diving in many places in the Americas. Underwater, I have seen many mysterious and intriguing animals and algae. I vividly remember snorkeling in the Bahamas during college. The coral reef was teeming with […]

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A Smile Of Hope – The Mathematics Genius | بسمة أمل – قصة عبقري الرياضيات

A Smile Of Hope – The Mathematics Genius | بسمة أمل – قصة عبقري الرياضيات

A Smile of Hope In the name of Allah (God) The Compassionate, The Merciful Welcome to a new episode of Basmit Amal (A Smile of Hope). A Smile of Hope today says “your subconscious mind has a great power if you convience it with any idea ” What does this mean ? There are two […]

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A day in the life of a data scientist [Data Science 101]

A day in the life of a data scientist [Data Science 101]

– I’ve built a recommendation engine before as part of a large organization and worked through all types of engineers and accounted for different parts of the problem. It’s one of the one’s I’m most happy with because ultimately I came up with the very simple solution that was easy to understand from all levels, […]

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A New Island Has Formed in the Bermuda Triangle & Scientists Are Baffled!

A New Island Has Formed in the Bermuda Triangle & Scientists Are Baffled!

the Bermuda Triangle is a specific section of the North Atlantic ocean that has claimed thousands of lives in unusual circumstances hundreds of boats and planes have been lost in this area never to be seen again from family lost in a private plane to giant pyramids under the ocean here are 15 things you […]

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QI | What Is There To Dislike About Modern Mathematics?

I have a dubious theory about Alice in Wonderland for you, if you’re quite interested ‘A dubious theory from Stephen Fry’ Yes Alice in Wonderland isn’t a wildly imaginative children’s fantasy after all It’s a bitter satirical attack on Victorian mathematics. Dubious or not, visit aliceschmalice.co.uk to review the evidence and decide for yourself. ‘A […]

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The Untamed- Lan Wangji & Wei Wuxian- The Scientist (FMV)

The Untamed- Lan Wangji & Wei Wuxian- The Scientist (FMV)

come up to meet you tell you I’m sorry you don’t know how lovely you are I had to find you tell you I need you tell you I set you apart tell me your secrets and ask me your questions oh let’s go back to the start running in circles coming up tails heads […]

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The Industrial Revolution: Crash Course History of Science #21

The Industrial Revolution: Crash Course History of Science #21

You probably know some of the signs of industrialization in the nineteenth century: Trains connected cities, symbolizing progress. But they also brought about the destruction of rural lands, divisions between social classes, and rapid urbanization. Clocks, meanwhile, became technologies of standardization: They created a universal time, as opposed to a local “sun time.” But clocks […]

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Why Did You Choose to Study Coastal Environmental Science?

Why Did You Choose to Study Coastal Environmental Science?

My major was applied coastal environmental science and the reason I chose that is because it was very relevant to what I wanted to do at the time. So, my interest involves looking at the coupled human and natural systems of rivers and how sediments are delivered mainly for the purpose of coastal restoration. So, […]

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12. Economic Expansion, 1560-1640

12. Economic Expansion, 1560-1640

Prof: For the last three weeks, then, we’ve been going through some of the major developments in terms of political and religious change in the course of the sixteenth century, and for the next three weeks we’ll be looking at other aspects of what was going on in the reign of Elizabeth and under the […]

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