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Debunking Myths About Fertility with Angela Lawson, PhD

September 15, 2019 at 5:29 pm | Articles, Blog | Ruben Talley -

Hello and welcome to speaking of psychology a podcast from the American Psychological Association I’m dr Vale right the director of research and special projects at APA and I’m guest hosting this podcast from APA 2019 year in Chicago Joining us today is dr. Angela Lawson she’s the associate professor in the department’s of obstetrics

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“Debunking Myths About Fertility with Angela Lawson, PhD”

The Future of War, and How It Affects YOU (Multi-Domain Operations) – Smarter Every Day 211

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– Hey it me, Destin. This is hard to explain. So lemme just start here. Everyone has a unique world view, and that world view is shaped by different perspectives. Perspectives are shaped by how you choose to spend your time. For the past 15 years, I have been a federal employee, specifically something called

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“The Future of War, and How It Affects YOU (Multi-Domain Operations) – Smarter Every Day 211”

Fractals and Scaling: Exploring the Sierpiński triangle (and Properties Quiz 1 solutions)

September 12, 2019 at 10:29 am | Articles, Blog | Ruben Talley -

In this video we’ll think about the area in the perimeter of the Sierpinski triangle. And this will be similar to the calculations or considerations we used when figuring out the length of the Koch curve. And in the course of this video I’ll provide solutions to the previous quiz. So here are the steps

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“Fractals and Scaling: Exploring the Sierpiński triangle (and Properties Quiz 1 solutions)”

15. Human Sexual Behavior I

September 11, 2019 at 5:29 pm | Articles, Blog | Ruben Talley -

[MUSIC PLAYING] Stanford University. Is this on? Yes. Well, congratulations. Everybody has survived the midterm including the TAs so far, who recently have been let out of their entombment with thousands of pages of exam pages. So those are rolling along, and everybody is still awake so that’s good. OK. So we have now officially

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“15. Human Sexual Behavior I”

Fractals and Scaling: some initial results in urban scaling

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The starting point for urban scaling is similar to the starting point for metabolic scaling. In both we asked about how properties of something depend on their size. For urban scaling the size it will be interested in is their population and we’ll look at different properties. wages, GDP, length of roads, amount of electricity

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“Fractals and Scaling: some initial results in urban scaling”

Fractals and Scaling: Mathematical vs. real fractals

September 10, 2019 at 9:29 am | Articles, Blog | Ruben Talley -

In this video, I wanna say a little bit about the differences mathematical fractals and real fractals. So mathematically a fractal is an object that self-similar across all scales. You can keep zooming in forever and you continue to see the same shape repeated again and again. So in the Koch curve you zoom in

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“Fractals and Scaling: Mathematical vs. real fractals”

Zeitgeist Day 2013: Jason Lord | “Thinking in Systems” [Part 6 of 11]

September 9, 2019 at 12:29 pm | Articles, Blog | Ruben Talley -

Zeitgeist Day 2013 – ‘Thinking in Systems’ – Jason Lord [Applause] My name is Jason Lord. I coordinate chapters (which are just awareness activism groups in the state of California) of which we have 15 right now; and there are eight Z-Day events going on in California this weekend. So, to continue this emerging train

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“Zeitgeist Day 2013: Jason Lord | “Thinking in Systems” [Part 6 of 11]”