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Beloved comic actress Carol Burnett shares the funniest moments from her long-running variety series of the 60s and 70s. Tuesday, August 23 at 7 PM
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The long wait is finally over. Yes, I went to some spring practices. Sure I checked out some 7 on 7 action this summer. Of course I... MORE
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We explain the concept of Logistics, why they’re important here, and how they impact your wallet!
Once you know how planes fly, you’ll want to know how fast they go. Here you'll find explanations of the terms Mach and Supersonic.
Maintaining a Natural Sea Environment: We learn how the nitrogen cycle works under water to help employees maintain a natural sea environment, including the impact of temperature, pH and the...
A $12 million crane capable of lifting 78 tons is the machine we utilize in this engineering Teachable Moment, using pulleys and levers to explain Mechanical Advantage.
The odds are pretty good that you've used Metadata. So now is a good time to find out exactly what it is.
We explore the differences between Mono-cultural and Poly-cultural farming.
Definition and description of mutation and antibiotic resistance.
We get a little background on Sir Isaac Newton, along with a detailed look at his First Law of Motion.
A detailed look at Newton's Second Law of Motion, which states that a force acting on a body is equal to the acceleration of that body times its mass.
A definition and explanation of nitrogen and photosynthesis.
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