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Human Lungs | Parts of Respiratory system | Human anatomy | 3D animation videos

Humans for respiration need a continuous supply of oxygen. Humans take in oxygen and leave out carbon dioxide, which is the poisonous waste product in the process of respiration. The lungs are essential respiratory organs in the human body. The human anatomy consists of two lungs. They can be called as the left and the […]

William Shatner: Empathy must be taught

There was a herd of elephants put in a preserve, young elephants were taken away, orphans, whose mothers were shot for the tusks were put in an elephant orphanage, which was a large tract of land that had other animals. They begin to see that rhinos knows were being gored and kill and they didn’t […]

Learn French – How to Greet People in French

salute general Ingrid hi everybody I’m Ingrid welcome to French part 101.com your concert component the fastest easiest and most fun way to learn French in the last lesson we learned how to be grateful to people by saying message in this lesson we’ll learn some of the other most common greetings used in France […]

Why do people hate mathematics?

>>BRADY: Why do so many people hate mathematics?>>Professor Frenkel: Very good question. I think there are several reasons. The problem is multi-dimensional, no pun intended. Imagine that you had to take an art class in which you were taught only how to paint a fence or a wall but were never shown the paintings of […]

Should Mankind Strive For Unity?

Verse 6, when we look at the Hebrew, gives us some interesting insight. It says that what God saw when he looked upon these people, was what? What did he see? unity. He saw unification. They were united. They had a single language…..they all spoke as one. In the Hebrew, it says they were echad……which […]

James J. Drylie, Ph.D. on Reducing Mass Shootings

When a mass shooting occurs, right away we want to label it. “Well, this mass shooting occurred because…” Now, that doesn’t help in terms of trying to prevent or mitigate future shootings. So we need to look at these situations and find out what brought a person to this point of sheer violence. When someone […]

Building Cross-Cultural Connections in Two Languages

>>Catherine: Johnsy-Haines Elementary School is the only Chicago Public School here in Chinatown. Our demographics is about 82 percent Asian and about 16 percent African-American. Thirty percent of the students are just coming here from China.>>Jeannine: The dual-language program is about bringing the cultures together, so it’s the exchange of two teachers, one Regular Ed […]