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Rhondda Powling

The 25 Biggest Turning Points in Earth's History | BBC Earth - 0 views

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    The BBC have come up with what they think are the 25 Biggest Turning Points in Earth's History. Our planet has existed for 4.5 billion years, and a lot has happened but these turning points shaped our world significantly. They include leaps forward in evolutionary leaps, devastating asteroid collisions, mass extinctions and finally the coming of man
Chris Betcher

‪Google Earth - Curriculum Development Workshop‬‏ - YouTube - 3 views

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    Ken Shelton presents a workshop on ways to use Google Earth in your curriculum. Ken teaches middle school in Los Angeles Unified School District. This video covers amazing techniques and inspiration for using the Google Earth application to enhance your curriculum and engage students in learning for almost any topic.
Rhondda Powling

BBC EARTH LIFE IS - 9 views

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    An amazing site from BBC Earth. The beautifully interactive site is full of images, video, and stories from BBC Earth's most captivating documentaries. Each month features a different theme. The astonishing images and video capture life's most colorful displays in nature. The search page is equally stunning, offering an on-screen widget that lets students adjust the pictures in the grid by filtering by hot/cold, slow/fast, sea/sky, or colour.
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    I have been twice, but on each occasion the site is 'coming soon'.
Andrew Jeppesen

One Day On Earth - The World's Story is Yours to Tell - 6 views

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    On October 10, 2010 (10.10.10), across the planet, documentary filmmakers, students, and inspired citizens will record the human experience over a 24-hour period and contribute their voice to the largest participatory media event in history.
Nestor Ndzi Talla

Earth could plunge into sudden ice age « Nestlines - 2 views

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    20th century Fox The film "The Day After Tomorrow" was all good fiction when it came out in 2004, but now scientists are finding eerie truths to the possibilities of sudden temperature, So much for the "global warming" controversy. Are we getting warmer or colder? Looking ahead to the future, there is no reason why such a freeze shouldn't happen again
John Pearce

CO2 emissions, birth & death rates by country, simulated real-time - 0 views

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    Breathing Earth is a real-time simulation that purports to display the CO2 emissions of every country in the world, alongside birth and death data. The simulation tracks on a map where in the world these vents are likley to be taking place. "Please remember that this real time simulation is just that: a simulation. Although the CO2 emission, birth rate and death rate data used in Breathing Earth comes from reputable sources, data that measures things on such a massive scale can never be 100% accurate. Please note however that the CO2 emission levels shown here are much more likely to be too low than they are to be too high. "
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    Breathing Earth is a real-time simulation that purports to display the CO2 emissions of every country in the world, alongside birth and death data. The simulation tracks on a map where in the world these vents are likley to be taking place. Really interesting stuff. "Please remember that this real time simulation is just that: a simulation. Although the CO2 emission, birth rate and death rate data used in Breathing Earth comes from reputable sources, data that measures things on such a massive scale can never be 100% accurate. Please note however that the CO2 emission levels shown here are much more likely to be too low than they are to be too high. "
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