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"Our quest for knowledge can only be satisfied by developing the mind, developing the container of knowledge." Maharishi Mahesh Yogi, speaking to the Harvard University Law Forum (1970).
10 Apr 2009
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"The technique of action is to pull the arrow back six inches, and then it flies ahead two furlongs." Maharishi Mahesh Yogi, addressing the Harvard University Law Forum (1970).
30 Apr 2009
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Daniele Magrini intervista Alberto Alesina, professore alla Harvard University, prima del suo intervento al Teatro Metastasio di Prato del 26 settembre
15 Jul 2009
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President Obama stood by his criticism of the Cambridge police department's arrest of Harvard University Prof. Henry Louis Gates Jr., telling ABC News's Terry Moran he was "surprised" by the controversy sparked by his comment during a prime-time news conference Wednesday that the department had behaved "stupidly." "I have to say I am surprised by the controversy surrounding my statement because I think it was a pretty straightforward commentary that you probably don't need to handcuff a guy, a middle-aged man who uses a cane, who's in his own home," Obama told Moran in an interview set to air Thursday evening on "Nightline," excerpts from which were made available online. The president called arresting officer Sgt. James Crowley an "outstanding police officer" but emphasized that "it doesn't make sense to arrest a guy in his own home if he's not causing a serious disturbance." He also sought to be more even-handed in apportioning blame, suggesting that Gates, too, ought to have behaved differently. "I have extraordinary respect for the difficulties of the job that police officers do," the president added. "And my suspicion is that words were exchanged between the police officer and Mr. Gates and that everybody should have just settled down and cooler heads should have prevailed. That's my suspicion." Earlier, White House Press Secretary Robert Gibbs told reporters traveling to Cleveland with the president on Air Force One that Gates's arrest was the result of behavior on "both sides" that got "out of hand." "Let me be clear," Gibbs said. "He was not calling the officer stupid, okay? He was denoting that ... at a certain point the situation got far out of hand, and I think all sides understand that." Obama has not spoken with Gates about his arrest, Gibbs said. At the news conference Wednesday, Obama called Gates a friend, saying "I may be a little biased here." Obama's blunt assessment of the Cambridge police has sparked a wave of online and television chatter. "Now, I don't know, not having been there and not seeing all the facts, what role race played in that," Obama said Wednesday night. "But I think it's fair to say, number one, any of us would be pretty angry; number two, that the Cambridge police acted stupidly in arresting somebody when there was already proof that they were in their own home." Gibbs also clarified that when Obama spoke of potentially being shot for trying to jimmy a door, he was speaking of the White House, which is heavily protected by the Secret Service, and not of his private home in Chicago or the Chicago police.
25 Jul 2009
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Complete video at: http://fora.tv/2008/10/21/Geopolitical_Consequences_of_the_Credit_Crunch Harvard historian Niall Ferguson warns that the greatest danger of the current financial crisis could be the possible collapse of economic relations between China and America. ----- Professor and historian Niall Ferguson asks what the ramifications of the subprime crisis will be in the realm of grand strategy and politics. Is this an historical turning point, marking a decisive shift in financial power from West to East? Or are rumours of the death of the dollar and the decline of American empire exaggerated? - Hoover Institution Niall Ferguson, MA, D.Phil., is the Laurence A. Tisch Professor of History at Harvard University. He is a resident faculty member of the Minda de Gunzburg Center for European Studies. He is also a Senior Research Fellow of Jesus College, Oxford University, and a Senior Fellow of the Hoover Institution, Stanford University.
30 Sep 2009
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Visit revelinnewyork.com for Susan's recommendations in New York City and beyond. Susan Blond began her career as a painter with a one-woman show at Harvard University and an invitation to be a part of the Whitney Museum's acclaimed Independent Study Program, which through the years has helped foster the careers of many influential artists, including her classmate, Julian Schnabel. Susan immersed herself in the New York art world and quickly found herself a part of Andy Warhol's inner circle, spending her time at the Factory and acting in Warhol and Paul Morrissey movies. Susan teamed up with fellow Warhol personalities Tinkerbelle and the poet, Taylor Mead to star in Anton Perich's controversial public access shows, which were the first underground shows on television and helped pave the way for the legendary Manhattan cable programs that would follow. Susan's dynamic personality landed her a job at Warhol's Interview Magazine, which she parlayed in to a job at United Artists, where she represented Blacksploitation soundtracks and later to Epic Records, where she became the first female Vice President and helped guide the careers of The Clash and Michael Jackson during they were in their prime. After 13 years at Epic, Susan left to form her own PR company, Blonde Inc., which she still runs as president and CEO up to this day. Blond's impressive roster has included Prince, The Grateful Dead, Morrissey, The Beach Boys, Joan Jett, Iggy Pop, Ice Cube, Sean "Puffy" Combs, and just about every other superstar on the planet.
15 Oct 2009
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For more information, please visit: http://www.apbspeakers.com/speaker/jytte-klausen Jytte Klausen is Professor of Comparative Politics at Brandeis University and an Affiliate at the Center for European Studies at Harvard University. She is the author of The Cartoons That Shook the World about the Danish cartoons of the Prophet Muhammad and the worldwide protests that followed their publication. This book has itself become a source of controversy as its publisher reneged at the last minute on its commitment to publish the illustrations as included in the book, raising serious questions concerning free speech, Dr. Klausen, who has made the study of Islam her life’s work, denies that there is anything in her book which would be offensive to mainstream Muslims. She questions whether acute political correctness is the cause of the prestigious academic press’s change of mind on its publication in its entirety or whether the problem is more due to fear of offending radical Islamic fundamentalists and incurring their wrath and possible terrorist acts. Distributed by Tubemogul.
3 Nov 2009
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http://SupremeMasterTV.com - Renowned biologist cites tragic biodiversity loss. Harvard University Professor and two-time Pulitzer Prize winning biologist and ecologist Edward Wilson warns that biodiversity on Earth is suffering from drastic loss. With just under two million species currently catalogued, an estimated 30 million exist. And although 183 species have been formally declared extinct since the beginning of the last century, Dr. Wilson states that this number is a vast underestimate, with annual extinctions more likely in the neighborhood of 20-30,000 species.
3 Jan 2010
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Today on “The Big 3,” we bring you three really random facts about Weezer. They include Keanu Reeves, Rolling Stone Magazine and Harvard University. Only X1FM can bring you Weezer and the above mentioned in a single piece. Distributed by Tubemogul.
22 Jan 2010
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http://ForexAutopilotSystem.org - Ultimate Swing Trading Strategy That Works For All Markets - Swing trading can be a much better option as compared to day trading. You can swing trade stock, forex, futures,options or ETFs in just 30-60 minutes each day as compared to day trading. Day trading is in fact a full time job. Recently the CFTC ( Commodity Futures Trading Commission) the regulatory body that oversees the futures market as well as the forex market has given a ruling that outlaws 100:1 leverage. Now, you can not use more than 10:1 leverage level in forex trading. What this means is that you will need a large balance in your trading account to trade the standard lot. Whatever, leverage was always a double edged sword. If it amplified your profits, it also could destroy your account in a matter of seconds. What you need to do is to master trading different markets. Sometimes, you will find a good opportunity in the stock market, sometimes in the gold market, sometimes in the crude oil market and sometimes in the options market. As a new trader, you can start off from one market. Master it and then master another and then another. The basics of trading are almost the same for these different markets. So once you master trading one market, you can easily master other markets. This is a much better option as compared to sticking with just one market and day trading it all the time. Trading different markets is what will work in the 21st century. Some people call it market timing, Whatever name you give it, swing trading is what you need to learn if you want to enjoy your life as well as make money with trading. Mr. Ahmad Hassam has done Masters from Harvard University. Get the Ultimate Swing Trading Software and learn a highly profitable 10 minutes a day Swing Trading Strategy that works for forex, stocks, futures, options and ETFs. Turn $200 into $100K in 2010 with this Penny Stock Trading System!
28 Jan 2010
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"There are no detailed Darwinian accounts for the evolution of any fundamental biochemical or cellular system only a variety of wishful speculations. It is remarkable that Darwinism is accepted as a satisfactory explanation of such a vast subject." James Shapiro - Molecular Biologist The Cell as a Collection of Protein Machines "We have always underestimated cells. Undoubtedly we still do today,,, Indeed, the entire cell can be viewed as a factory that contains an elaborate network of interlocking assembly lines, each which is composed of a set of large protein machines." Bruce Alberts: Former President, National Academy of Sciences; http://www.imbb.forth.gr/people/aeconomou/documents/Alberts98.pdf Stephen Meyer - Functional Proteins And Information For Body Plans - video http://www.metacafe.com/watch/4050681/stephen_meyer_functional_proteins_and_information_for_body_plans/ CELL TO VIRUS - SIZE AND SCALE - Move Cursor At Bottom Of Graph To Zoom In http://learn.genetics.utah.edu/content/begin/cells/scale/ The Virus - Assembly Of A Molecular Machine - Intelligent Design http://www.metacafe.com/watch/4023122/the_virus_assembly_of_a_molecular_machine_intelligent_design/ Bacterial Flagellum - A Sheer Wonder Of Intelligent Design - video http://www.metacafe.com/watch/3994630/bacterial_flagellum_a_sheer_wonder_of_intelligent_design/ Evolution vs ATP Synthase - Molecular Machine - video http://www.metacafe.com/watch/4012706/evolution_vs_atp_synthase_molecular_machine/ Stephen Meyer - Molecular Machines & Information http://www.metacafe.com/watch/4146691/stephen_meyer_molecular_machines_information/ Kinesin Transport Protein - video http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=4TGDPotbJV4 The Cell as a Collection of Protein Machines "We have always underestimated cells. Undoubtedly we still do today,,, Indeed, the entire cell can be viewed as a factory that contains an elaborate network of interlocking assembly lines, each which is composed of a set of large protein machines." Bruce Alberts: Former President, National Academy of Sciences; http://www.imbb.forth.gr/people/aeconomou/documents/Alberts98.pdf The inner life of a cell - Harvard University - video http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=BtZEqQ1cpmk User's guide to the video http://sparkleberrysprings.com/innerlifeofcell.html Journey Inside The Cell - DNA to mRNA to Proteins - Stephen Meyer - Signature In The Cell - video http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=1fiJupfbSpg Map Of Major Metabolic Pathways In A Cell - Diagram https://webspace.utexas.edu/yg387/MetabolicPathway.jpg Intelligent Design - The Anthropic Hypothesis http://lettherebelight-77.blogspot.com/
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Evolution Vs ATP Synthase - Molecular Machine - video http://www.metacafe.com/watch/4012706 Evolution Vs. Functional Proteins - Where Did The Information Come From? - Doug Axe - Stephen Meyer - video http://www.metacafe.com/watch/4018222 "There are no detailed Darwinian accounts for the evolution of any fundamental biochemical or cellular system only a variety of wishful speculations. It is remarkable that Darwinism is accepted as a satisfactory explanation of such a vast subject." James Shapiro - Molecular Biologist ATP Synthase achieves nearly 100% efficiency which far surpasses any human engineered motor: A rotary molecular motor that can work at near 100% efficiency: Excerpt: In cells, the free energy of ATP hydrolysis is ca. 90 pN nm per ATP molecule, suggesting that the F1 motor can work at near 100% efficiency. We confirmed in vitro that F1 indeed does ca. 80 pN nm of work under the condition where the free energy per ATP is 90 pN nm. The high efficiency may be related to the fully reversible nature of the F1 motor: http://rstb.royalsocietypublishing.org/content/355/1396/473.abstract Worlds Smallest Rotary Engine Highlighted Excerpt: The match implies 100% efficiency for the conversion of the Gibbs free energy of ATP hydrolysis into mechanical work performed on the elastically strained filament. This is not surprising given the approximate thermodynamic equilibrium of the enzyme (long)-filament construct. http://www.creationsafaris.com/crev200905.htm#20090525a ATP: The Perfect Energy Currency for the Cell Jerry Bergman, Ph.D. http://www.trueorigin.org/atp.asp Astonishingly, and to the dismay of atheistic evolutionists, actual motors, which far surpass man-made motors in 'engineering parameters', are now being found inside 'simple cells'. Articles and Videos on Molecular Motors http://docs.google.com/Doc?docid=0AYmaSrBPNEmGZGM4ejY3d3pfMzlkNjYydmRkZw&hl=en Bacterial Flagellum - A Sheer Wonder Of Intelligent Design - video http://www.metacafe.com/watch/3994630 Biologist Howard Berg at Harvard calls the Bacterial Flagellum “the most efficient machine in the universe." Michael Behe on Falsifying Intelligent Design - video http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=N8jXXJN4o_A The Cell as a Collection of Protein Machines "We have always underestimated cells. Undoubtedly we still do today,,, Indeed, the entire cell can be viewed as a factory that contains an elaborate network of interlocking assembly lines, each which is composed of a set of large protein machines." Bruce Alberts: Former President, National Academy of Sciences; http://www.imbb.forth.gr/people/aeconomou/documents/Alberts98.pdf The Cell - A World Of Complexity Darwin Never Dreamed Of - Donald E. Johnson - video http://www.metacafe.com/watch/4139390 The inner life of a cell - Harvard University - video http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=BtZEqQ1cpmk User's guide to the video http://sparkleberrysprings.com/innerlifeofcell.html Cells Are Like Robust Computational Systems, - June 2009 Excerpt: "We now have reason to think of cells as robust computational devices, employing redundancy in the same way that enables large computing systems, such as Amazon, to keep operating despite the fact that servers routinely fail." http://www.sciencedaily.com/releases/2009/06/090616103205.htm Simulations reveal new information about the gateway to the cell nucleus Excerpt: “There are whole machines in living cells that are made of hundreds or thousands of proteins,” says Schulten, “and the nuclear pore is one of those systems. It’s actually one of the most magnificent systems in the cell.”,,,Hundreds to thousands of NPCs are embedded in the nuclear envelope of each cell,"... http://www.psc.edu/science/2006/schulten/ Primary Cilium As Cellular 'GPS System' Crucial To Wound Repair Excerpt: The primary cilium, the solitary, antenna-like structure that studs the outer surfaces of virtually all human cells, orient cells to move in the right direction and at the speed needed to heal wounds, much like a Global Positioning System helps ships navigate to their destinations. "What we are dealing with is a physiological analogy to the GPS system with a coupled autopilot that coordinates air traffic or tankers on open sea," http://www.sciencedaily.com/releases/2008/12/081217190330.htm Intelligent Design - The Anthropic Hypothesis http://lettherebelight-77.blogspot.com/
31 Mar 2010
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Hosted by Cambridge Masters Swim Club, this annual meet was held at Blodgett Pool on the campus of Harvard University in Boston, MA. 1,064 Swimmers registered for this swim meet.
7 Apr 2010
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http://institute.onlinemarketingconnect.com/ [Video Transcript] I came out here because I really wanted to hear what other companies are doing and learn about the latest things in online marketing .Great companies, really smart people, lots of great panel s. Being able to learn firsthand from peoples experiences. The Online Marketing Summit is key to your profitability. The content always very good at events like this, and this has been no exception. But at the end of the day it's always about the networking. I have met some fantastic people here and they have already made two sales to me, and hopefully I have made some sales to other people as well. I have met people from as far as Denmark, Vancouver, Iowa. The Online Marketing Summit is the destination for the best marketers, online marketers in the world and getting to interact with them for two days is immeasurable. The Online Marketing Summit is unmissable. Given that there is probably about six inches of snow back in New York, spending some time in San Diego didnt sound so bad either. The Online Marketing Summit is awesome. This has just been a wonderful educational opportunity where you can just learn everything all at once. No vendors, so you dont feel like you are the blood in the water of the conference around here. I love all the conversations about social media and diving down to exactly how to make that relevant to my business. What I like the most is the outlook that everybody takes when they present, kind of like hey, we're here for you, you know and I think that that is a really cool vibe. It's not just come, listen and then leave they have the chance to interact. I don't have time to be an expert in all these different areas so I have met some phenomenal contacts here that have really helped me. The Online Marketing Summit is worth every penny that you invest to get here. Working within certain companies is always hard trying to persuade them to your way of thinking and I have had a few aha moments , which give me great arguments that I can go back to people and say this is why we need to do this. I have really gotten some great ideas. The Online Marketing Summit is the single best conference that I have been to in 2008. If you didnt come to OMS, then you missed everything you need to know about online marketing. Imagine Disneyland meets Woodstock meets Harvard University, thats what you missed. Id say that they are missing out on the best most practical tips to be able to improve their online marketing when they get back to their businesses. If you missed out on OMS, you missed out on your chance to become a better marketer. Everyone that missed it you know is going to be one step behind as I go back out there and market. If you were not at OMS, you missed first and foremost Aaron Kahlow who is great. You are missing out on an environment where you can he part where you can do a lot of peer to peer networking, kind of figure out what other people are doing, get some great ideas, like the whole thing is like one big thought bubble. Number two, you missed the chance to learn a lot of things that were very practical that you could apply to your bussiness. The opportunity to surround yourself others that are in the same boat as you. And number three you missed the chance to network with some great people who are really fun in a very beautiful city. If you didnt come to OMS this year, you missed out big-time
1 May 2010
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Simon Zadek of Harvard University talks to OneClimate during The World People's Conference On Climate Change and the Rights of Mother Earth that took place in Cochabamba, Bolivia in April 2010. http://www.oneclimate.net/bolivia
5 May 2010
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Simon Zadek of Harvard University talks to OneClimate during The World People's Conference On Climate Change and the Rights of Mother Earth that took place in Cochabamba, Bolivia in April 2010. http://www.oneclimate.net/bolivia
6 May 2010
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