• Is Dark Matter Real? Do gravity laws need to be modified? MOND theory
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    Is Dark Matter Real? Do gravity laws need to be modified? MOND theory

    There is no doubt that Isaac Newton was one of the greatest scientists that ever lived. He united our observational experience of gravity on earth to the motion of the stars. He showed that the gravity, experienced by a falling apple, can be described by exactly the same equation as the gravity experienced by earth going around the sun. Newton’s equation was considered gospel for hundreds of years. It was noticed however, that Newton’s equation did not quite predict the observed motion of the planet Mercury, the planet closest to the sun. Mercury has something called a precession – this means that its elliptical orbit around the sun varies slightly…

  • #017 Digital Law Part 2: Is My Business Violating Copyright On Social Media And My Website?
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    #017 Digital Law Part 2: Is My Business Violating Copyright On Social Media And My Website?

    Welcome back. We are back with our two part legal series with Jeana Goosmann of Goosmann Law Firm and she is an author, speaker. We’re so excited to have her. Our first podcast was really about web accessibility. Today we’re going to talk about copyrights and how you find images for social media and can you use them. So we’re really excited to talk to you today, Jeana. So welcome to the show. Well thanks for having you back, Beth. I’m really excited to be on again and looking forward to talking more about copyrights and how people can make sure that they’re safe when they make designs. Yeah. And…

  • Meet Shelley Doorey-Williams, Sionic Partner and governance and gender diversity expert
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    Meet Shelley Doorey-Williams, Sionic Partner and governance and gender diversity expert

    I’m Shelley Doorey Williams and I’m a partner in the Wealth Management and Private Banking practice at Sionic typically wealth management firms look after private individuals and families and small institutions including for example charities I think there are some global challenges that the industry faces but I think there’s also huge opportunities so if we think about society at large at the moment we have some global challenges everything from climate change right through to sustainability and the financial services industry can actually be a huge force for good and a huge force for positive change if we get this right and I think we have to pull together…

  • Our passion for bringing out the good starts at the top| Allstate Stories of Good
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    Our passion for bringing out the good starts at the top| Allstate Stories of Good

    I dedicate this to my grandparents who taught me to volunteer as a child. HI, I’m Cheryl and this is my Story of Good I was really lucky that– my grandparents were really involved in raising me, and they had a passion for volunteering. Not an outspoken one, but just something that did every day. Driving an elderly neighbor to a doctor’s appointment, raking leaves for someone who couldn’t, visiting someone who was a little lonesome. As my grandparents got older, and– then passed away, I just felt a responsibility to make sure I was making them proud. Recently I joined the board of North Lawndale Employment Network (PH), which…

  • Will The SAT Become Illegal?
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    Will The SAT Become Illegal?

    College admission in the U.S. is more competitive than ever before. Over the past five years, all Ivy League schools have been admitting fewer students from their total applicant pools, despite the fact that there are more students submitting applications. With acceptance rates at top colleges and universities falling to record or near record lows, high school students and wealthy families like in the Varsity Blues scandal. College admissions cheating scandal. With this new charge of conspiracy to commit bribery, Lori Loughlin can get an additional five years behind bars. Are feeling more pressure to do whatever they can to get into elite schools. That’s because a college degree, especially…

  • Leistung wird geschätzt und das motiviert mich  Luis  Enterprise Jobs und Karriere
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    Leistung wird geschätzt und das motiviert mich Luis Enterprise Jobs und Karriere

    „It motivates me that my work is valued.“ Luis Management Trainee/ Working Student I am Luis, I am 24. I am now getting my Dual Master Degree. My first impressions were that it is a very family-oriented company. The colleagues are very nice. I really wanted to work for Enterprise because it’s a very big international company. In the morning I jump out of bed and looking forward to seeing my team. I know that nice colleagues are waiting for me to spend a great day together having a variety of exciting tasks. I am also offered a possibility to be a working student while completing my Dual Master’s studies.…

  • KARIN’s DEBUT INTERVIEW
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    KARIN’s DEBUT INTERVIEW

    Hi I am Karin and I am 21(Korean Age) years old I would like to tell you the reason why I wanted to be an Idol and how it became my dream From child I had a very introverted personality. Also had hard time talking to others and expressing my feeling to others But since starting a dance lessons I knew songs and dances which gave me a chance to perform on stages And for the first time I felt the energy and vibes which gave me thrill. As I mentioned I am very shy person but in a stage I could put my energy out and clearly I could…

  • The Power of Restorative Justice with Lara Bazelon
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    The Power of Restorative Justice with Lara Bazelon

    >> Dr. Tom Morgan. Good evening, everybody. Thank you all for coming. Delighted to have you for our third program in a series of five programs this Academic Year dealing with the questions of justice, and justice for all. My name is Tom Morgan. I’m the director of the Alworth Center for the study of peace and justice here at St. Scholastica. And again, thank you all for coming. These lectures are sponsored by the Alworth Center for the study of peace and justice. And funded in part by the Warner lecture series of the Manitou Fund, the Dewitt and Carolyn Vanever foundation and the Mary C. Vanever foundation endowed…

  • Corona Virus Epidemic: A Clinical Update and Interim Guide
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    Corona Virus Epidemic: A Clinical Update and Interim Guide

    (Intro music) Hello and welcome everybody to another exciting episode of SCI talks 2.0 as always my name is Dr. Jack Seksenyan and in today’s episode I have one very wonderful and exciting guest to talk about the recent outbreak of the corona virus. She’s an infectious disease physician and an assistant professor at Cedars-sinai Medical Center who deals with a lot of topics related with infectious diseases and recently she has given multiple talks regarding specifically the corona virus. So she is here today to talk to us about this epidemic and give us the facts and the details regarding this and kind of bust the myths that has…

  • Has the U.S. Constitution Failed?
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    Has the U.S. Constitution Failed?

    INTERVIEWER 1: [INAUDIBLE],, and I will be your moderator this afternoon. I want to introduce our panel quickly, before we get to the conversation. To my left, we have Carrie Cordero, who is the Robert M. Gates senior fellow and general counsel at the Center for New American Security. She’s also an adjunct professor at Georgetown Law, a CNN analyst, and a contributing editor at Lawfare. I’ve known Carrie for many years, and she’s worked on a variety of national security issues, including electronic surveillance, national security, congressional oversight, and a number of other national security issues– CARRIE CORDERO: Some of which I think she can’t talk about in the…