More than one million Indian soldiers served in World War One. But writer and politician Shashi Tharoor says history has mostly forgotten these sacrifices, which were rewarded with broken promises of Indian independence from Britain.
Hope The 10 days in June Amazing Grace Constant struggle to achieve a more perfect union Diversity Respect Love. ... Make this a special 4th! From Scott Sumida-Scott Ohana aboard verdant spaceship Earth Only One Earth OOE
Agreed. Heaps of Cynicism. Feel about the same way when I see/hear IMF, WTO, ADB, G20 ... They are all in the same "business" sortof. What is interesting to me is the advent on the global/international stage of "competition". Economic/Finance competition. Now/soon countries will have another lender to go to to see what kind of "deal" they can get. Probably to late for Greece though.
Born in 1912 China, [physicist Chien-Shiung Wu] heavily involved in politics and protests as a student, came to the US in 1936, and enrolled at Berkeley for physics because her first choice school (Michigan) wouldn’t even allow women to use the front door. Her family couldn’t attend her wedding because WWII had broken out in the Pacific theater. She worked on the Manhattan Project, and went on to conduct the famous experiment that demonstrated parity violation (among many other things). She continued as an activist both in the US and internationally til her death. They called her the “First Lady of Physics.” Movie. We need one.
Don Syme Principal Researcher at Microsoft Research, Cambridge, and creator of the F# computer programming language to receive the Royal Academy of Engineering’s coveted Silver Medal for remarkable technical achievements coupled with commercial success! Congratulations!
Human beings have been giving presentations since the origin of our
species. The forms of such exhibitions have changed drastically from cave
paintings to today’s digital presentations at conferences and meetings.
Cave paintings are surrounded by mystique, so to learn more about these
past demonstrations we enlisted the commentary of subject matter expert Dr.
David S. Whitley, an archeologist and author of Cave Paintings and the
In this episode cinematographic experiences and 3D motion capture and projection. We will take a look at physic engines, particles, portfolios, climate change on Earth and manga universes. Stay tuned with creative, lifelike, and sometimes scary, 3D demos :)