Introduction Science Cafe: The Science of Countering Terrorism: Psychological Perspectives

submitted by: fabbsfoundation

In this Science Café, two scholars, Fathali Moghaddam (Georgetown University) and Ian McGregor (York University, Toronto), described research on the underpinnings of extremist behavior. Together the researchers addressed the macro-level social and psychological processes that underlie extremism and the "staircase" to terrorist activity as well as more micro-level social neuroscience mechanisms that explain zealous reactions to perceived psychological threats.

Models of Society - Part B

submitted by: Karey

Dr Karey Harrison "Models of Society", Part A, Lecture for ENG2002: Technology & Society course at USQ, 30 August 2010

Models of Society - Part A

submitted by: Karey
Dr Karey Harrison "Models of Society", Part A, Lecture for ENG2002: Technology & Society course at USQ, 30 August 2010 Links referred to in lecture: Maxwell's kinetic theory of gases http://www.mhhe.com/physsci/chemistry/essentialchemistry/flash/gasesv6.s... Non linear thermodynamics Turbulence http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=VoBc60iUq2I http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=g0OUqMqrrrk Discontinuities - Phase transitions...

The Scientific Breakdown

submitted by: rwbmovies

What is science? Hint: it isn't just tests and lab goggles.

Policies to Promote the Community Use of Schools: A Review of State Recreational User Statutes

submitted by: spengler
Context: Concern over liability is a barrier to allowing community use of school property for the purpose of engaging in active sport and recreational activities. Recreational user statutes have the potential to limit liability for public schools when use occurs outside of regular school hours, reduce the fear of liability among school administrators, and increase opportunities for access to school facilities for recreation and physical activity by community members. The purpose of this...
Authors: John Spengler, Michael Carroll

AsiGrun - Green Paper Reciepts

submitted by: PuzzekA

Look at the waste of paper in our everyday life...
Every purchase we make we get a useless paper receipt.
we suggest a green solution instead the traditional use of paper receipts!