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The Evolution of Our Stories About Places

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The Evolution of Our Stories About Places:

Local, Not Parochial
Historical, Not Unchanging

Spacial, Not Bounded....?

Photos of Us Evolving....

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Curriculum Development Brain and Behavior institute

BRAIN AND BEHAVIOR/ SCIENCE IN A SENSE OF PLACE-

                                 CURRICULLUM PROPOSAL

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Doing Decomposition

http://www.recycleworks.org/kids/decomposers.html

I have been fascinated by the process of decomposition for several years. Last week, deceased Tammy Faye Baker, appearing on Larrry King Live, said that they reason she wanted to be creamated*(this should be cremated) was because she didn't want the bugs to eat her! I decided several years ago, and have instructed my funeral director that I want to be buried in a pine box- so the bugs will eat me!

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Rowbotham's Preface

Rowbotham

Samual Rowbotham (1816-1885) wrote in "Earth Not a Globe":

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Projectile Motion

Projectile Motion

 

Have you ever wondered how an archer is able to aim their arrows “just right” in order to hit a target several (even hundreds) of meters away? Or, why soccer players kick the ball differently based on how far away they are from the goal? Both of these cases are examples of projectile motion- explained in detail by Sir Isaac Newton in the 17th century A.D.

 

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K-16 Collaborations 2007

Minisymposium 2007 on K-16 Collaborations

INQUIRY EDUCATION IN SCIENCE (AND ELSEWHERE)

Friday, 27 July 2007
8:30 am to 1 pm

Bryn Mawr College
Benham Gateway Building

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