25 Most Terrifying Sea Creatures
Although these days everyone is obsessed with zombies and aliens, some of the strangest and most terrifying creatures in the universe lie beneath the surface of the waves on our very own planet. In the pitch black depths of the ocean where the pressure can be dozens of times higher than at sea level you may very well find yourself running into one of these denizens of the deep. Allow us to introduce you to the 25 most terrifying sea creatures on Earth.
Interview with MIT Professor David Kaiser How t...
Professor David Kaiser discusses his new book "How the Hippies Saved Physics," what it takes to become an MIT professor, and his upcoming talk at the Cambridge Science Festival.
1:37 A little about the book (Begin Interview)
2:29 What questions did the book address?
3:46 What did you enjoy writing the book?
5:20 Is it challenging to communicate science?
6:24 Is it tough to lecture when students are sleepy?
7:31 What does it take to become an MIT professor?
8:31 Comments on the Cambridge Science Festival
9:56 THANK YOU and goodbye.
Event link: www.cambridgesciencefestival.org/2012Festival/2012ScheduleOfEvents.aspx?day=10#Author
Deep Sea s 10 Most Amazing Creatures
Beautiful, bizarre or scary, here are ten alien-looking creatures from the depths...
The 10 Most Amazing Creatures from the Deep Sea (HD, 03/2013).
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Top Science News of 2011 Part 2
Top science news stories of 2011 - Part 2. A tadpoles grows an eyeball in its stomach, marijuana without the high, 3D holograms, and the end of NASA's shuttle program.
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Exploring Beyond the Abyss with James Cameron s...
by: Scripps Institution of Oceanography
Dr. Doug Bartlett's May 3, 2012, presentation of his experiences as the lead scientist for the recent James Cameron DEEPSEA CHALLENGE expedition at the Mariana Trench. Scripps Institution of Oceanography Professor Bartlett has extensive experience studying the nature of microbial life in the most remote and extreme places on Earth: deep-oceanic trenches and other deep-sea settings, where most of the biological diversity exists on our planet. His research group pioneered genetic studies of these alien-like microbes, and were the first to identify genes regulated by pressures of thousands of pounds per square inch and genes that are required for high-pressure growth. Come hear what it was like to be on the DEEPSEA CHALLENGE Expedition, as well as about the research that Dr. Bartlett conducts at Scripps.
James Cameron plunges to deepest spot in ocean
Director James Cameron describes his experience plunging solo to the deepest-known point in the world's oceans in his DEEPSEA CHALLENGER submarine
Titanic The Final Word With James Cameron 2012 ...
James Cameron's epic 1997 film Titanic won 11 Oscars and grossed well over a billion dollars worldwide. Now, National Geographic Channel joins the director and explorer-in-residence for the ultimate forensic investigation into the most infamous shipwreck of all time in Titanic: The Final Word With James Cameron. Cameron, who has made more than 30 dives to explore the Titanic, brings together a team of engineers, naval architects, artists, and historians to solve the lingering mysteries of why and how an "unsinkable" ship sank. With their combined expertise, they'll examine the feature film and determine what technology has revealed since its release. An investigation of this magnitude has never been attempted before, and some of the revelations may alter the fundamental interpretation of what exactly happened to the Titanic on April 14, 1912.
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James Cameron Dive in THE ABYSS, 7 mi down 2012...
by: Ron Jammers
This is the 5th instalment in the James Cameron real life story of his dive to the deepest place on earth...The Mariana Trench, 7 miles straight down in a one-man sub. Feel free to comment. This aired CNN Mar 17 /12. ENJOY...
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Cambridge Edupreneurs Demo Lecture Physics Rota...
What can you do with a physics degree? Take 2
Where do physics majors end up, besides broke and teaching the next mob of physics majors? How many physics majors end up working in History and English right out of school?
Watch at your own risk for a speedy list of careers for physics majors, plus some words of advice - and some words of nonsense - from a physics major (turned software engineer ... for now).
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