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American Scientist Magazine
American Scientist is the flagship publication of Sigma Xi, The Scientific Research Society. This video features magazine editors, readers and Sigma Xi members. Sigma Xi is an international, multidisciplinary research society whose programs and activities promote the health of the scientific enterprise and honor scientific achievement. Founded in 1886, the Society has elected more than half a million research scientists and engineers to membership, including more than 200 Nobel Laureates. More information at: http://www.americanscientist.org/ and http://www.sigmaxi.org/
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American Scientist Magazine: A History
Sigma Xi is an international, multidisciplinary research society whose programs and activities promote the health of the scientific enterprise and honor scientific achievement. Founded in 1886, the Society has elected more than half a million research scientists and engineers to membership, including more than 200 Nobel Laureates. More information at: http://www.sigmaxi.org/
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"America's Scientist Idol" game show
The battle is on for the title of "America's Scientist Idol." Videotaped at the 2013 annual meeting of the American Association for the Advancement of Science, this "game show" pits six scientists against each other to see who can best communicate their work in three minutes or less. Judges include Jennifer Bogo of Popular Science, Corey Powell of Discover magazine, and Indre Viskontas of Point of Inquiry. The show is hosted by science journalist and author Chris Mooney. Who do you think should be sent to Hollywood? Credit: Adam Isaak, Center for Inquiry/National Science Foundation
Climate Scientist Runs From Real Questions at UN COP24
KATOWICE, Poland--In this video, The New American magazine's foreign correspondent Alex Newman tries to ask a climate scientist about the supposed "science" underpinning global warming alarmism. But instead of answering the questions and sticking around, he claims he needs sleep and scurries away! More news at: http://www.thenewamerican.com/ Facebook: http://www.facebook.com/TheNewAmerican Twitter: https://twitter.com/NewAmericanMag Find The New American on Oneway! https://oneway.com/thenewamerican/
About American Scientist's Pizza Lunch
American Scientist magazine's "Pizza Lunch" speaker series invites Ph.D.-level scientists from area universities and research institutes to give talks about compelling research to science journalists and science communicators in the Research Triangle region. The mission of the series is to expand scientific understanding among people professionally engaged in explaining science, especially biology, to others. The series, established in the late 1990s, also serves as a networking opportunity for people engaged in science communication at many different institutions in Raleigh, Durham, Chapel Hill and Research Triangle Park.
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A Day in the Life of a Harvard Computer Science Student
Sign up for Brilliant: https://brilliant.org/JohnFish/ Follow me: https://www.instagram.com/thejohnfish/ Other important links below ⬇️ I'm John Fish, and this video is a day in my life as a Harvard Computer Science student. I'm a freshman at Harvard college that makes videos, video essays, and vlogs about my life. I'm about to launch into a pretty entrepreneurially focused summer--I've got a notebook coming as well as a clothing line (see links below). I'd love for you to join me. My newsletter: https://goo.gl/31jEMe My stuff and books: https://www.amazon.com/shop/johnfish Support me: https://www.patreon.com/johnfish Luke (my roommate) has a channel too: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UC0KbM6PEoozTrMIl8Gk-v3A Twitter: https://twitter.com/thejohnfish
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American Scientist's Dianne Timblin Accepts the Ice Bucket Challenge
Dianne Timblin, American Scientist's book review and Scientists' Nightstand editor, accepted the ALS Ice Bucket Challenge from Jamie Vernon, Sigma Xi's director of science communications and editor-in-chief of its magazine, American Scientist!
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Climate Scientist Runs From Real Questions at UN COP24. Is climate Science a JOKE
The New American Video https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=vWcxeijUGxA KATOWICE, Poland--In this video, The New American magazine's foreign correspondent Alex Newman tries to ask a climate scientist about the supposed "science" underpinning global warming alarmism. But instead of answering the questions and sticking around, he claims he needs sleep and scurries away!
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How You Can Train for America's Hottest Job: Data Scientist
NYC Boot Camp Trains You for America's Hottest Job: Data Scientist Data scientist is the hottest job in America for the second year in a row. So what does a data scientist do and how can you become one? I visited the NYC Data Science Academy in Midtown Manhattan to find out. For starters, data scientists speak a language I can't understand, several of them, actually. But this is the hottest job right now, with 4,600 openings in New York alone and over 37,000 nationwide. The students at the NYC Data Science Academy come from a wide range of backgrounds. Grant Webb was a nuclear physicist at Brookhaven National Lab. Rachel Kogan graduated from Princeton University with a degree in math and traded mortgage-backed securities at Morgan Stanley. Brandy Freitas worked at a nonprofit called Science Club for Girls. Scott Dobbins taught debating to high school students in China. Academy founder Vivian Zhang says the academy teaches students skills needed to hit the ground running on Day 1. That includes the most popular machine learning language and data analytic language, R and Python. The academy also covers Hadoop, Spark, Squel, GitHub, and Linux. All of this happens in a 12-week boot camp that costs $16,000. Chris Neimeth, Vivian's partner at the academy, explained what all of that means. Python, R, Hadoop, and Spark are all open-source languages that people can use to deploy sophisticated solutions for businesses. This year, data scientist topped Glassdoor's list of the best jobs in America for the second year in a row based on its number of openings, job satisfaction, and impressive median base salary of $110,000. Students at the academy often see a salary bump right away. Vivian says she has seen a lot of good outcomes. One student started earning $85,000 just three months after graduating from boot camp. Data scientists analyze information at the big tech companies such as Amazon and Google, banks such as Goldman Sachs, retailers such as Walmart, the magazine business at Condé Nast, and in sports at the NBA. All of those places have job listings in the $100,000 range right now. Chris says that the finance, media, healthcare, and technology industries in New York are very interested in using data and data science to create a competitive advantage for themselves. The academy takes about three dozen students in each boot camp. So what does it take to be a candidate for the boot camp program? Chris says people should be comfortable with math and able to code. Vivian says 80 percent of the students are STEM majors, but the academy also accepts people with non-traditional STEM backgrounds and helps them to achieve their goals. One student was a bartender who was into data and was passionate about learning. Vivian and Chris say he graduated from boot camp and is now a successful data analyst. --ALISON MORRIS http://nycdatascience.com/
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Former scientist tried to sell American nuclear secrets to Venezuela
Pedro Leonardo Mascheroni, 79, a former scientist at New Mexico's Los Alamos National Laboratory, has been sentenced to five years in prison for trying to pass nuclear secrets to Venezuela. Mascheroni, a naturalized American citizen who was born in Argentina, worked at Los Alamos National Laboratory for almost 10 years in the laboratory's nuclear weapons design division before being laid off in 1988. The laboratory had rejected Mascheroni's ideas on nuclear fusion, namely his ideas that a hydrogen-fluoride laser could produce nuclear energy. He also tried to sell his ideas to Congressional officials, but to no avail. Mascheroni began corresponding with individuals he thought were Venezuelan intelligence officers. He went by the codename "Luke" and wrote all his letters in code. He met with an official he thought was a Venezuelan officer three times, not realizing that the officer was actually an undercover FBI agent and that many of their meetings were recorded. During their covert meetings, Mascheroni told the officer he could help Venezuela build a secret, underground nuclear reactor and develop a nuclear bomb within 10 years. Mascheroni said that if Venezuela detonated a bomb in the Pacific Ocean, it would deter the U.S. from invading South America. Other ideas Mascheroni mentioned during the meetings included detonating a nuclear bomb above New York City that would produce an electromagnetic pulse big enough to wipe out the city's power grid, and using hydrogen-fluoride lasers to blind American "spy" satellites over Venezuela. In return for his expertise, Mascheroni asked for $793,000 and Venezuelan citizenship. After the evidence of his espionage activities piled up, Mascheroni's house was searched by the FBI in 2009. He as well as his wife were indicted in 2010. Mascheroni argues that the information he gave to the undercover agent was information that could be found online and purely "science fiction." Mascheroni maintains that his goal was to find someone who could financially support him so that he could continue his research on fusion energy. ----------------------------------------­--------------------- Welcome to TomoUSA, where we animate the most entertaining news from ‘MURRICA. Grab your guns and fried Oreos, and sit back to watch all the craziest headlines. USA! USA! USA! Subscribe for viral news from the land of the free: https://www.youtube.com/subscription_center?add_user=TomoNewsUSA Visit our official website for all the latest, uncensored videos: https://us.tomonews.net Check out our Android app: http://bit.ly/1rddhCj Check out our iOS app: http://bit.ly/1gO3z1f Stay connected with us here: Facebook http://www.facebook.com/TomoNewsUS Twitter @tomonewsus http://www.twitter.com/TomoNewsUS Google+ http://plus.google.com/+TomoNewsUS/ Instagram @tomonewsus http://instagram.com/tomonewsus
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Renowned Scientist Exposes The Secrets To Alaska And The Keys To America’s New Destiny
Dr. Nick Begich joins the Alex Jones Show to discuss how multi-nationalists stole Alaska. Help us spread the word about the liberty movement, we're reaching millions help us reach millions more. Share the free live video feed link with your friends & family: http://www.infowars.com/show Follow Alex on TWITTER - https://twitter.com/RealAlexJones Like Alex on FACEBOOK - https://www.facebook.com/AlexanderEme... Infowars on G+ - https://plus.google.com/+infowars/ :Web: http://www.infowars.com/ http://www.prisonplanet.com/ http://www.infowars.net/ :Subscribe and share your login with 20 friends: http://www.prisonplanet.tv http://www.InfowarsNews.com Funding the Infowar is more important than ever! Visit http://infowarsStore.com to get the latest books, documentaries, Infowars swag, survival & preparedness gear & nutritional products Alex Jones and his family trust, while supporting the growth of our expanding media operation. Sign up for the Infowars daily newsletter to become an 'Underground Insider' & bypass censorship bots of social media plus get exclusive content + coupon codes for our shop! http://www.infowars.com/newsletter INFOWARS HEALTH - START GETTING HEALTHY BEFORE IT'S TOO LATE - http://www.infowarshealth.com/ The Alex Jones Show ©copyright, Free Speech Systems.LLC 1995 - 2017 All Rights Reserved. May use for fair use and educational purposes
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Spiked Magazine Panel - "Is the Left Eating Itself?"
Is “the Left” eating itself? Watch the Unsafe Space Tour panel discussion at New York Law School, featuring Professors Bret Weinstein, Laura Kipnis, Angus Johnston, and author Brendan O'Neill. Moderated by Tom Slater (of Spiked Magazine). SUBSCRIBE: http://bit.ly/2dUx6wg LEARN MORE: Shaming Someone Doesn't Change Their Mind (video): Learn Liberty breaks down the science of persuasion, citing the work of Alana Conner, cultural scientist as Stanford University. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=4qU7KVTAMIU Right to Offend - Laura Kipnis on Free Speech (video): Professor Laura Kipnis talks about what it was like to write about Hustler magazine even though it offended her own values. This experience taught her about the right to offend and how she has learned a lot from it. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=lT8EOWlK_9Q LIVE with Bret Weinstein: Evergreen State College Racism Controversy (video): Bret Weinstein (professor, Evergreen State College) and Dave Rubin sit down to discuss his controversy on campus surrounding allegations of racism and #exposeevergreen. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=-fEAPcgxnyY#t=2m55s TRANSCRIPT: http://www.learnliberty.org/videos/spiked-magazine-panel-is-the-left-eating-itself/ LEARN LIBERTY: Your resource for exploring the ideas of a free society. We tackle big questions about what makes a society free or prosperous and how we can improve the world we live in. Watch more at http://www.learnliberty.org/.
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How Hair Ice Grows
American Scientist is the illustrative, award-winning magazine of Sigma Xi, The Scientific Research Society and is your source of science, technology and engineering news and features since 1913! Visit our website at http://www.americanscientist.org. © 2015 Sigma Xi, The Scientific Research Society See http://www.americanscientist.org/blog/ for a transcript and links to related articles.
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SciCafe: Life the Universe and Everything with Neil deGrasse Tyson
American Museum of Natural History's Director of the Hayden Planetarium, Neil deGrasse Tyson, hosted "Life the Universe and Everything: A Conversation with Neil deGrasse Tyson" at the Museum on June 2, 2010 as part of the ongoing free SciCafe series. Tyson hosted the casual conversation about stars, planets, the universe, and beyond in the Frederick Phineas and Sandra Priest Rose Center for Earth and Space. The popular SciCafe series takes place at the American Museum of Natural History. For more information and to see when the next SciCafe is occurring, visit http://www.amnh.org/scicafe
Python Data Scientist -  the most Sought After Job in America!
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Scientific American - Why This Scientist Wears a Polar Bear Suit to Work
Scientific American - Why This Scientist Wears a Polar Bear Suit to Work ♥ Scientific American - Go versus Atoms: http://youtu.be/GLiVpcErNaY ♥ Scientific American - Cyber Salamander Scurries like Its Biological Counterpart: http://youtu.be/B2xXx80uGlU Scientific American magazine shared MIT Technology Review's video Scientific American Space Lab hasn't shared anything on this page with you Show all past Scientific American Frontiers episodes
September-October 2016 preview
In an election season, prospective voters take their impressions of the candidates not only from what they say but also on the basis of other aspects of their presentation, including the pitch of a candidate’s voice. Read the cover article and all of our September-October 2016 issue on our website, http://www.americanscientist.org American Scientist is the illustrative, award-winning magazine of Sigma Xi, The Scientific Research Society and is your source of science, technology and engineering news and features since 1913! © 2016 Sigma Xi, The Scientific Research Society
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Chinese American Journeys: Dr. David Ho, HIV Scientist | Committee of 100 25th Anniversary
David D. Ho, M.D. is the founding Scientific Director and Chief Executive Officer of the Aaron Diamond AIDS Research Center, a world-renowned biomedical research institute. Dr. Ho received his degrees from California Institute of Technology (1974) and Harvard Medical School (1978). Subsequently, he did his clinical training in internal medicine and infectious diseases at Cedars-Sinai Medical Center/UCLA School of Medicine (1978-1982) and Massachusetts General Hospital/Harvard Medical School (1982-1985), respectively. Dr. David Ho has been at the forefront of AIDS research for 27 years, publishing over 350 papers. His elegant studies, beginning in 1994, unveiled the dynamic nature of HIV replication in vivo and revolutionized our basic understanding of this horrific disease (Nature 1995; Science 1996). This knowledge led Dr. Ho to champion combination antiretroviral therapy (N. Engl. J. Med. 1995; Science 1996) that resulted in unprecedented control of HIV in patients (Nature 1997). AIDS mortality in richer nations has declined 6-fold since 1996, and a massive international effort is now underway to bring such life-saving treatment to millions in the developing world. Dr. Ho has been the major driving force behind this medical breakthrough. Dr. Ho was named Time Magazine’s Man of the Year in 1996, and was the recipient of a Presidential Medal in 2001.
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May-June, 2016 preview
A preview of the May-June, 2016 issue of American Scientist - the illustrative, award-winning magazine of Sigma Xi, The Scientific Research Society and your source of science, technology and engineering news and features since 1913! Visit our website at http://www.americanscientist.org. © 2016 Sigma Xi, The Scientific Research Society
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Ready or Not, Here Come Drones
The automation of tasks at work and at home is just around the corner, including driving cars, piloting planes, delivering packages, and transporting weapons. Unmanned aerial vehicles, also known as drones, are rapidly evolving to meet both society’s and the military’s needs in automation and better efficiency. Dr. Missy Cummings, an associate professor at Duke University’s Department of Mechanical Engineering and Materials Science and the director of the Humans and Autonomy Lab, is at the forefront of drone technologies. During her time as one of the first female fighter pilots in the US Navy, Cummings observed that computers could take off and land a plane more precisely than humans. Because of this breakthrough and her fascination with this growing technology, she made a career change and began human–drone interaction research. Despite their promise, people have wide ranging opinions about drones, with privacy issues at the forefront of their concerns. On the other hand, these automated devices are becoming the norm for many work and social environments, such as deactivating a nuclear reactor in case of a meltdown. They can react quicker and more effectively than humans in certain situations, increasing safety. Dr. Cummings discusses her research and her predictions of continuing interactions between humans and computers. American Scientist is the illustrative, award-winning magazine of Sigma Xi, The Scientific Research Society and is your source of science, technology and engineering news and features since 1913! Visit our website at http://www.americanscientist.org. © 2015 Sigma Xi, The Scientific Research Society
Views: 735 American Scientist
July-August, 2016 preview
A preview of the July-August, 2016 issue of American Scientist - the illustrative, award-winning magazine of Sigma Xi, The Scientific Research Society and your source of science, technology and engineering news and features since 1913! Visit our website at http://www.americanscientist.org. © 2016 Sigma Xi, The Scientific Research Society
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A Slow Split
The volcanic hotspot forming the Hawaiian islands split into two tracks millions of years ago, but why? See the accompanying article in American Scientist magazine: http://www.americanscientist.org/article/a-slow-split American Scientist is the illustrative, award-winning magazine of Sigma Xi, The Scientific Research Society and is your source of science, technology and engineering news and features since 1913! Visit our website at http://www.americanscientist.org. © 2017 Sigma Xi, The Scientific Research Honor Society
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Coldplay - The Scientist
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Little Scientists - Episode 6 - Is plastic fantastic?
Learn what plastic is made of and what its effects on the environment. Check out this video! You want to learn more about this topic? Download Little Scientists magazine n.9 on our website: https://littlescientists-mag.com/no-09-fantastic-plastic/ Subscribe to our channel and follow us on Facebook to get notified when a new video or magazine comes out! Credits: Illustration - Whaim Animation and sound design - Porhour Ly Translation - Bou Puthida This video was sponsored by the British Embassy in Phnom Penh © 2018 Little Scientists
Strange Artifacts Found in American Deserts
At one point in time, the entire mojave desert was covered in water and before European settlers moved in, it was inhabited by massive wild animals, and advancee native americwn civilizations some of whic mysteriously disappeared. From sandals left by the anasaxi to even a mummified cowboy, here are... Subscribe to Talltanic http://goo.gl/wgfvrr Watch our "Evidence That Aliens HAVE Visited Earth " video here:- https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=iL227eb9FSI Watch our "CRAZY Ideas That Actually Worked!" video here- https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=v0n2wEAiOcg Watch our UNBELIEVABLE Items Found After Tsunamis !" video here- https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=VNNLwdBI7Gk 6. Sloth Dung A giant, extinct sloth once lived inside caves in Utah and it turns out he used this cave as a toilet, whenever duty called. Analyzing this mummified dung can give researchers an insight on what he was eating 11,000 years ago. A chemical analysis shows that it feasted on a shrub known as desert globemallow, which is often nicknamed Mormon Tea, as well as a drought surviving plant known as saltbush. Modern days sloths don’t regulate temperature very well and finding this dung inside a cave also proves that they must have began finding shelter in caves in order to keep warm. This give them a good idea of what plants were growing in present day Utah as well as the climate 5.Anasazi Sandals The anasazi are a very mysterious tribe of native americans who often had some strange displays of cave art near the 4 corners region of the united states. Did you think californians were the first to use flip flops? That’s clearly not the case as more and more sandal artifacts from the anasazi people are showing up! The desert ground is often hot for at least half of the year and it’s not the easiest thing to step on if you’re barefoot. The anasazi manufactured sandals made from whole leaf yucca which was woven carefully to the person’s foot. Prehistoric sandals were nothing like the kind of shoes we have today but the crafting techniques certainly show a degree of sophistication. Sandals were interweaved with looms diagonally from one side of the sandal to the other, creating enough layers to keep their feet protected on a minimal level 4.Cowboy Mummy There aren’t a whole lot mummies in North America compared to places like Egypt or Peru but the very few mummies that have been discovered in our deserts are pretty creepy. This mummy were looking at here was found in the desert near Gila Bend Arizona and he was given the nickname of Sylvester, kind of like the cat. Rumor on the web has it that he was caught cheating while playing poker, and tried to escape the angry person shooting at him by running off into the desert. He bled out and the dry desert preserved his body. However that might have just been a story to attract some attention. It’s most likely that his body was quickly preserved with an abnormally large amount arsenic after passing. It’s turned out the real answer was a little bit of both stories and he was found to have buckshot in his internal organs. He’s on display at the Ye old curiousity shop in seattle washington. 3. The Mojave Nugget The largest known golden nugget found in California is known as the Mojave nugget and it was found in 1977 by a prospector Ty Paulsen. Weighing in at 4.9 kilograms it’s worth roughly 205,800 dollars with the current price of gold! Who knew a hobby could result in such a life changing discovery. The massive chunk of gold ore was found near Randsburg, California which as had a history of gold mining since 1895 when gold was first discovered. Ty Paulsen is certainly happy no other pioneer was able to find this chunk of metal! It was apparently so heavy, that a special gold scale had to be created for this specific specimen. It was donated to the natural history museum of los angeles county which seems like one heck of a donation! Instead of playing the lottery, you might as well just buy a metal detector and get to work 2.Petroglyphs of Sloan Canyon Located south of Las Vegas, the petroglyphs of sloan canyon are often overlooked by the petroglyphs at the valley of fire or red rock canyon. How these should not be overlooked, and are some of the best preserved petroglyphs in the western united states. It’s not a tourist friendly attraction and the sloan canyon conservation area was created basically to keep people out rather than to keep them in.. They date back to 12,000 years ago and it requires an intense 2 to 3 mile hike to reach. Much of the artwork is open to interpretation and some of them might even make you wonder if the piutes who lived here might have made some kind of contact with extraterrestrials. It’s believed that the valley was filled with more water at one point in time, meaning that it was much more habitable than it is now. 1...
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Demonstrators say Chinese-American scientist was unfairly fired
CINCINNATI (WKRC) - Local protesters said a US government scientist was unfairly charged with spying for China and was then fired because of her Chinese heritage. It was the kind of hearing which almost never gets media attention. Sherry Chen worked for the National Weather Service in Wilmington when she was fired. Her discrimination complaint is getting noticed from halfway around the world. The sign-carrying demonstrators, about 20 of them, gathered outside the federal courthouse in Cincinnati. Chen was a hydrologist, an expert on water resources, at the National Weather Service. In 2014, she was arrested by the FBI, for allegedly trying to pass information about American dams to China. In 2015, the charges were dropped, one week before her trial was scheduled. But in 2016, Chen was still fired by the Weather Service. Chen's backers said no charges, no case. So she deserved not only an apology but also her old job back. Lee Wong of West Chester said, "Ms. Sherry chen is a scientist who has won national awards. She is a good person. Just because she went back to China to visit her elderly parents once and came back, how can she be accused of spying for China? I think this is wrong, it's a kind of profiling, discimination against an Asian-American." The story was attracting international attention. There was a Chinese TV news crew covering it. That crew was based in Washington, DC. They did not come all the way from China, but their content will go back to China. Protesters said other Chinese-American scientists have been unfairly charged with espionage in recent years. Ling Nan, a reporter at Chinese Central TV, said, "Those scientists are of chinese descent at least, so once you have the same race and the same nation, that interests them. I cannot say how many are sympathetic to the case, but clearly they are interested in the case." The hearing continues Wednesday, March 15. The demonstrators said they would be back. Local 12 News contacted the National Weather Service for its side of the story, but a spokesperson said the agency cannot comment on pending litigation.
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Our Generation Scientist Dolls Sia & Amelia American Girl Sized Collection
We finally get to take out the accessories for these great kids! #ourgendolls #dreambigprincesses #dreambig #ourgeneration #ourgenerationdolls #girlsandscience #scienceforkids #learnbyplay #learnbyplaying #dollphotography #battattoys #battatbrand #chemistryforkids
Meet the Team of Scientists Who Discovered Gravitational Waves
Kip Thorne, Rainer Weiss, Barry Barish and Ronald Drever | Smithsonian Magazine’s 2016 American Ingenuity Award Winners for Physical Sciences In February, physicists announced the first-ever detection of gravitational waves—a phenomenon Albert Einstein predicted back in 1915. The faint reverberation, from two merging black holes 1.3 billion light-years ago, registered in the two giant detectors that make up the Laser Interferometer Gravitational-Wave Observatory, or LIGO. It took decades for LIGO’s founders—Weiss, of MIT, and Thorne and Drever, of Cal Tech—to amass the necessary funding and brainpower. Barish, a particle physicist at CalTech, became LIGO’s director and expanded its work to include more than 1,000 researchers worldwide. Their revolutionary achievement opens the way for a new understanding of the universe, perhaps even a glimpse of the Big Bang. Read more about their work: http://smithmag.co/FZBFeP | #IngenuityAwards And more about the American Ingenuity Awards: http://smithmag.co/77xPqy
Scientist Barbie Dolls Create A Blob & Ice Girls Monster High Doll in Lab - Toy Video
These scientist Barbies are working hard in the lab to Create A Monster! Create Your own dolls with this Monster High Create A Monster (CAM) add on Blob and Ice Monster set. Comes with legs and arms that snap together to create your own custom looking ghoul! So cool! FREE Subscription Never miss a video! Click here : http://bit.ly/1RYkDF6 Watch More Cookie Swirl C Toy Videos from Playlist: Create A Monster High Doll Design Lab Maker with Water Chamber https://youtu.be/Dp6PhL2C1Jw Create A Monster High Doll Sea Monster & Vampire Playset https://youtu.be/irpAAEFHnYw Create A Inner Monster High Doll CAM Playset Set https://youtu.be/1TOevVg6wVk Create A Monster High Doll Werewolf Dragon https://youtu.be/TGBHQAFZQ6c Monster High Maker Machine Create A Frankie Stein Mini Doll https://youtu.be/toXAS5dm4vU Squishy Human Body Parts with Scientist Barbie Teacher https://youtu.be/rui18ldU8UQ ◕‿◕ Who Is Cookieswirlc - a unique channel bursting with fun, positive, happy energy featuring popular videos on Disney Frozen, Princesses, Littlest Pet Shop LPS, Shopkins, mermaids, My Little Pony MLP, LOL Surprise baby dolls, Lego, Barbie dolls, Play Doh, and much muchy more!!! Everything form stories, series, movies, playset toy reviews, hauls, mystery surprise blind bag openings, and DIY do it yourself fun crafts! www.cookieswirlc.com ◕‿◕ You rock cookie fans! I'll see you in my next video! - Cookie Swirl C
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4 Levels of Chocolate Chip Cookies: Amateur to Food Scientist | Epicurious
It doesn't get much more classic than chocolate chip cookies. We challenged chefs of three different levels - an amateur, a home cook and a professional chef - to make their versions of the chocolate chip cookie. And then we brought in a food scientist to review their work. Which cookie was the best? Still haven’t subscribed to Epicurious on YouTube? ►► http://bit.ly/epiyoutubesub ABOUT EPICURIOUS Browse thousands of recipes and videos from Bon Appétit, Gourmet, and more. Find inventive cooking ideas, ingredients, and restaurant menus from the world’s largest food archive. 4 Levels of Chocolate Chip Cookies: Amateur to Food Scientist | Epicurious
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A computed flame
This video is a combination of two videos courtesy of Jacqueline Chen at Sandia National Laboratories, who completed this work with Yuki Minamoto now at the Tokyo Institute of Technology. The visualization itself was done by Hongfeng Yu of the University of Nebraska-Lincoln. The article describing the team's work and this visualization is in the July-August, 2016 issue of American Scientist magazine: http://www.americanscientist.org/issues/pub/2016/4/a-computed-flame American Scientist is the illustrative, award-winning magazine of Sigma Xi, The Scientific Research Society and is your source of science, technology and engineering news and features since 1913. Visit our website at http://www.americanscientist.org.
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American scientist tracks down one of world's rarest birds and then KILLS IT for 'research'
An American research team tracked down a rare bird, took the first ever photograph of it, and shortly killed it.
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Adventures of a Top Forensic Scientist & the Legal Battle for America's Oldest Skeletons (2003)
Douglas W. Owsley, Ph.D. (born July 21, 1951) is the Division Head of Physical Anthropology at the Smithsonian's National Museum of Natural History (NMNH). About the book: https://www.amazon.com/gp/product/0060199237/ref=as_li_tl?ie=UTF8&camp=1789&creative=9325&creativeASIN=0060199237&linkCode=as2&tag=tra0c7-20&linkId=4244072e75f7fa4011e30c255c7dfa2b He is one of the most prominent and influential archaeologists and forensic anthropologists in the world. In September 2001, he provided scientific analysis at the military mortuary located at Dover Air Force Base, following the 9/11 attack in Washington D.C. The following year, the US Department of Defense honored him with the Commander's Award for Civilian Service for helping in the identification of 60 federal and civilian victims who died when American Airlines Flight 77 hit the Pentagon. As a forensic anthropologist, Owsley has consulted with individuals, organizations, and government agencies to excavate and reconstruct skeletal remains, identify the deceased, and determine the cause of death. Notable cases include analysis and identification of Jeffrey Dahmer's first victim; excavation and study of the H. L. Hunley Confederate submarine in Charleston Harbor; excavation of the historic Jamestown Colony; analysis and identification of 82 victims of the siege at the Branch Davidian compound near Waco, Texas; processing and identification of US servicemen killed during Operation Desert Storm; and research, analysis, and identification of individuals buried in 17th-century iron coffins discovered in the Chesapeake Bay area of Maryland and an apartment complex in the Columbia Heights area of Washington, D.C.[7][8] The research and analysis that Owsley has completed throughout his career has done much more than assess modern human remains. Controversially, he injected himself into the debate over claims of ownership over Kennewick Man a (Paleo-Indian), which he studied and concluded, erroneously, that its bones were not related to present-day Native Americans.[9][10][11][12] He has been involved in the excavation and identification of historic and prehistoric skeletal remains discovered around the world. As part of his work with the Smithsonian, he has overseen the forensic examination of over 13,000 skeletons and human remains originating from over an estimated 10,000 years.[13] The 1996 discovery of skeletal remains found in Kennewick, Washington along the Columbia River, uncovered a prehistoric (Paleo-Indian) man dating back to a calibrated age of 9,800 years, while analysis on the Spirit Cave mummy, established an age of over 10,650 years.[7][14][15][16] In 2003, Owsley's biography, No Bone Unturned: Inside the World of a Top Forensic Scientist and His Work on America's Most Notorious Crimes and Disasters, was published by HarperCollins, which served as the basis of a Discovery Channel documentary, entitled Skeleton Clues, as well as an ABC News 20/20 segment entitled Murders, Mysteries, History Revealed in Bones.[17][18][19] He was also featured in the film Nightmare in Jamestown, produced by National Geographic.[3] In 2005, Owsley was honored alongside other influential figures in the list of "35 Who Made a Difference", published in the November issue of the Smithsonian Magazine. https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Douglas_W._Owsley
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March-April 2017 Preview
Drawing inspiration from forms found in nature, artist Rogan Brown uses a scalpel or laser to cut intricate patterns into hundreds of microlayers of paper. Read the cover article and all of our January-February 2017 issue on our website, http://www.americanscientist.org American Scientist is the illustrative, award-winning magazine of Sigma Xi, The Scientific Research Society and is your source of science, technology and engineering news and features since 1913! Visit our website at http://www.americanscientist.org. © 2017 Sigma Xi, The Scientific Research Honor Society
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Chocolate Chip Cookies | What's Eating Dan?
One of the most important historical events that took place in Massachusetts? The birth of the chocolate chip cookie. Learn the science behind this beloved cookie and how to make the best version possible in this episode of What's Eating Dan?. Check out our Perfect Chocolate Chip Cookie recipe: https://cooks.io/2SGteUU Buy our winning whisk: http://cooks.io/2GuBmT3 Buy our winning baking sheet: http://cooks.io/2FdZfjs Follow Dan on Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/dansouzacooksillustrated/ Follow Dan on Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/testcook Follow Dan on Twitter: https://twitter.com/testcook Purchase our Science of Good Cooking Cookbook: https://amzn.to/2NPc1qc Check out our Is it Bad? series with Hannah Crowley: https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PLnbzopdwFrnYk4goXGnZqSCv6_EeR-8Vt ABOUT US: Located in Boston’s Seaport District in the historic Innovation and Design Building, America's Test Kitchen features 15,000 square feet of kitchen space including multiple photography and video studios. It is the home of Cook’s Illustrated magazine and Cook’s Country magazine and is the workday destination for more than 60 test cooks, editors, and cookware specialists. Our mission is to test recipes over and over again until we understand how and why they work and until we arrive at the best version. If you like us, follow us: http://cooksillustrated.com http://facebook.com/cooksillustrated http://twitter.com/testkitchen http://instagram.com/cooksillustrated http://pinterest.com/testkitchen
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David G. McAfee - You don't have to be a scientist to think like one - Gateway to Reason
Author David G. McAfee speaking at Gateway to Reason in July 2017. Topic: You don't have to be a scientist to think like one. Contact [email protected] with questions or speaking requests. Blog: http://www.patheos.com/blogs/nosacredcows/
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BeeZEnglish - Podcast 002 - Jim Davies is an American cognitive scientist
Who is Jim Davies: Jim Davies is an American cognitive scientist and the author of Riveted. Jim Davies, What is Riveted about: Why do some things pass under the radar of our attention, but other things capture our interest? Why do some religions catch on and others fade away? What makes a story, a movie, or a book riveting? Why do some people keep watching the news even though it makes them anxious?The past 20 years have seen a remarkable flourishing of scientific research into exactly these kinds of questions. Professor Jim Davies' fascinating and highly accessible book, Riveted, reveals the evolutionary underpinnings of why we find things compelling, from art to religion and from sports to superstition. Compelling things fit our minds like keys in the ignition, turning us on and keeping us running, and yet we are often unaware of what makes these "keys" fit. What we like and don't like is almost always determined by subconscious forces, and when we try to consciously predict our own preferences we're often wrong. In one study of speed dating, people were asked what kinds of partners they found attractive. When the results came back, the participants' answers before the exercise had no correlation with who they actually found attractive in person! We are beginning to understand just how much the brain makes our decisions for us: we are rewarded with a rush of pleasure when we detect patterns, as the brain thinks we've discovered something significant; the mind urges us to linger on the news channel or rubberneck an accident in case it might pick up important survival information; it even pushes us to pick up People magazine in order to find out about changes in the social structure. Drawing on work from philosophy, anthropology, religious studies, psychology, economics, computer science, and biology, Davies offers a comprehensive explanation to show that in spite of the differences between the many things that we find compelling, they have similar effects on our minds and brains. BUY Book on Amazon: http://amzn.to/1gqHnkS BeeZEnglish Website: http://beezenglish.com/ http://www.beezenglish.com/riveted-by-jim-davies/ TEDxCarletonU 2010 - Jim Davies - The Science of Imagination: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=caBIboOGSe4 Tai Lopez - The 6 Rules To Making Your Ideas Go Viral: The Science of Compelling Ideas https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=BTYontk6Kqg
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Captain America #10: Story Scientist - Marvel AR
SPOILER ALERT! This video contains spoilers for the Captain America comic book series! Use your Marvel AR app to see this execution in Captain America #10. Get your copy of Captain America #9 from your local comic shop (http://comicshoplocator.com) or the Marvel Digital Comics Store: http://marvel.com/comics/issue/45976/captain_america_2012_10 Marvel AR videos bring new, exciting and free content to your comics! Watch each video on YouTube and Marvel.com or by using an iOS or Android device. To access any of the content, all you need is your phone/tablet, the app and an internet connection. To use the app, hold your device over the panel with the AR icon and watch the future unfold! With Marvel NOW! Each week stay tuned for bonus content including videos from the creators, original sketches & pencils, art evolutions, surprise celebrity appearances and more! Watch more Marvel AR videos: http://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=... Subscribe to Marvel on YouTube: http://www.youtube.com/subscription_c... Subscribe to Marvel: http://bit.ly/WeO3YJ Keep up with Marvel on: TWITTER: https://twitter.com/marvel FACEBOOK: http://www.facebook.com/Marvel TUMBLR: http://marvelentertainment.tumblr.com/ INSTAGRAM: http://instagram.com/marvel GOOGLE+: https://plus.google.com/+marvel/ PINTEREST: http://pinterest.com/marvelofficial/
November-December 2016 preview
Recent fossil discoveries are raising new questions about how the modern human pelvis developed its unique shape. Read the cover article and all of our November-December 2016 issue on our website, http://www.americanscientist.org American Scientist is the illustrative, award-winning magazine of Sigma Xi, The Scientific Research Society and is your source of science, technology and engineering news and features since 1913! © 2016 Sigma Xi, The Scientific Research Society
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Nutrition Scientist Discusses Added Sugars in American Diet
Listen to a nutrition scientist discuss "discretionary calories" and added sugars in the American diet.
Korean-American scientist develops smart skin 

부드럽고 강한 ‘인공 피부’ 한인과학자 개발
How do you feel about your skin sending information about your health to your doctor wirelessly? Well,... a Korean-American scientist has created a high-tech artificial skin... that could be a breakthrough for health professionals. Park Se-young has the story. You can clench your fist, and it stretches with you. You can pull and twist it … it won′t rip. Plus, this artificial skin can also monitor your health. It was developed by Korean-American researcher Jang Kyung-in, who worked with a team from the University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign. What makes Jang′s artificial skin stand out is that it mimics the structure of collagen,…which is what gives it the strength and elasticity of real skin. The new composition is an ideal platform for silicone-based electronic systems that sense the activity of the human body. Patients will be able to send their health information to their doctors by simply sticking the artificial skin onto their real skin - just like a band-aid. And because the electric sensor was designed to match the properties of human skin, users can apply it and remove it multiple times without damaging the device or the skin. ″The structure of collagen is like a knotted thread. It can easily extend in the beginning, as if the threads are unraveling. When collagen reaches full extension, it no longer stretches and maintains its shape… just like untangled thread.″ Jang says the study,… which was published last week in the scientific journal ″Nature″… doesn′t just provide an advanced method of health monitoring,...it also creates new opportunities for tissue engineering and biomedical devices. Park Se-young, Arirang News.
"The Shattered Timbrel" by Wallace J. Knapp (Forgotten Weird Tales)
Forgotten Weird Tales Episode 1: "The Shattered Timbrel" "The Shattered Timbrel" by American author Wallace J. Knapp, first appeared in Weird Tales Magazine in January 1935. The story tells of a desperate scientist, whose experiments in resurrection yield unfortunate results... Chapters: 00:15 - Introduction 01:25 - The Shattered Timbrel Narrated by Ian Gordon for HorrorBabble Music and production by Ian Gordon Support us on Bandcamp or Patreon: https://horrorbabble.bandcamp.com https://www.patreon.com/horrorbabble HorrorBabble MERCH: https://teespring.com/stores/horrorbabble-merch Search HORRORBABBLE to find us on: AUDIBLE / ITUNES / SPOTIFY Home: https://www.horrorbabble.com Rue Morgue: http://www.rue-morgue.com Social Media: https://www.facebook.com/HorrorBabble https://www.instagram.com/horrorbabble https://twitter.com/HorrorBabble This is an ORIGINAL HorrorBabble Production.
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How Close Are We to Curing HIV/AIDS?
Current drug therapies mean it’s possible to live a normal life span with HIV, but that’s expensive and not a long term solution. What we really need is an HIV vaccine and a cure. So, how close are we? Why Can’t All Gay Men Donate Blood? - https://youtu.be/xMoYFkjxFD8 Read More: HIV's 'Patient Zero' Wrongly Blamed for AIDS Epidemic https://www.seeker.com/hivs-patient-zero-wrongly-blamed-for-aids-epidemic-2066088202.html “A labeling error and reckless media hype in the 1980s led to unjustly branding a gay airline employee as "Patient Zero" in the US AIDS epidemic, scientific and historical sleuthing detailed Wednesday.” America’s Hidden H.I.V. Epidemic https://www.nytimes.com/2017/06/06/magazine/americas-hidden-hiv-epidemic.html “Thanks to the success of lifesaving antiretroviral medication pioneered 20 years ago and years of research and education, most H.I.V.-positive people today can lead long, healthy lives..” How Cow Antibodies Are Helping Scientists Develop an HIV Vaccine https://www.seeker.com/health/medicine/how-the-immune-response-of-cows-is-helping-scientists-develop-an-hiv-vaccine “Researchers have long sought to develop an effective HIV vaccine. Several treatments have undergone clinical trials, but the only one that’s been even slightly successful, a 2009 study in Thailand, lowered HIV infection rates by only 30 percent.” ____________________ Seeker inspires us to see the world through the lens of science and evokes a sense of curiosity, optimism and adventure. Visit the Seeker website https://www.seeker.com/videos Subscribe now! http://www.youtube.com/subscription_center?add_user=dnewschannel Seeker on Twitter http://twitter.com/seeker Trace Dominguez on Twitter https://twitter.com/tracedominguez Seeker on Facebook https://www.facebook.com/SeekerMedia/ Seeker http://www.seeker.com/
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What does Sonic's Bacon Melt Slinger taste like?
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"The World in 2030" by Dr. Michio Kaku
"The World in 2030: How Science will Affect Computers, Medicine, Jobs, Our Lifestyles and the Wealth of our Nations" Wednesday, October 28, 2009 Dr. Michio Kaku is a theoretical physicist and the Henry Semat Professor at the City College of New York and the Graduate Center of the City University of New York, where he has taught for more than 30 years. He is a graduate of Harvard University in Cambridge, Massachusetts, and earned his doctorate from the University of California at Berkeley. Dr. Kaku is one of the founders of string field theory, a field of research within string theory. String theory seeks to provide a unified description for all matter and the fundamental forces of the universe. His book The Physics of the Impossible addresses how science fiction technology may become possible in the future. His other books include Hyperspace: A Scientific Odyssey Through Parallel Universes, Time Warps, and the Tenth Dimension , selected as one of the best science books of 1994 by both the New York Times and The Washington Post, and Parallel Worlds: A Journey Through Creation, Higher Dimensions, and the Future of the Cosmos , a finalist for the Samuel Johnson Prize.
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