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    Earths Systems and How they Work

    12:11

    Notes for Mr. Dove's APES Class. This is an introduction to the Earth's major systems and how they work.

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    Big Idea 3: Earths Systems Interact

    5:50

    Observe the events that show how Earth works as a set of interconnected systems.

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    The Earths System

    2:00

    --Vote now!! Bringing fun stop motion animation to education! Created by Sophia Cho. Submission for the Project Ed scholarship contest. All original work. The Spheres Song composed by Sophia Cho. Created with the Stop Motion Studio App for iPhone. Took about 1800+ frames. Thank you for your consideration!

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    How the Earth works - All parts

    49:40

    How the Earth works
    Earth System 0. Earth from Space (Intro)
    Earth System 1. Hurricanes
    Earth System 2. Vapour in the Atmosphere
    Earth System 3. Antarctica: the Polar Jet & the Antarctic Brine
    Earth System 4. The Molten Rock
    Earth System 5. Phytoplankton: the Sahara & the Amazon
    Earth System 6. Wild Fires
    Earth System 7. The power of the Sun
    Earth System 8. The Human Race

    Satellites enable us to provide consistent, long-term observations, 24 hours a day, 7 days a week. Monitoring the Earth from space helps us understand how the Earth works and affects much of our daily lives. Monitoring conditions in space and solar flares from the sun help us understand how conditions in space affect the Earth.


    Video put together for the MSc in Environmental Technology at Imperial College London

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    Real World: Earth System Science

    5:30

    This NASA video segment introduces Earth System Science. Examples are provided that explain how systems are created by parts interconnecting with other parts to make a whole. Color animation and examples of systems model how they work. The use of graphs, charts, and drawings to communicate thinking is emphasized in this segment.

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    ESS3C - Human Impacts on Earth Systems

    6:26

    In this video Paul Andersen explains how humans are impacting the Earth through farming, mining, pollution and climate change. According to the NGSS wise management can reduce impacts on the planet. This will become more important as developing countries start consuming more resources. A K-12 teaching progression is also included.

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    The Earth,Moon and Sun System

    4:00

    A video about the relative positions of the Earth Moon and Sun

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    Four Spheres Part 1 : Crash Course Kids #6.1

    4:01

    In this episode of Crash Course Kids, Sabrina talks about two of the four spheres that make up our planet; The Geosphere and the Biosphere. What's in these spheres? How do they affect us? How do they fit into the puzzle that is Earth? All is contained within!

    This first series is based on 5th grade science. We're super excited and hope you enjoy Crash Course Kids!

    ///Standards Used in This Video///
    5-ESS2-1. Develop a model using an example to describe ways the geosphere, biosphere, hydrosphere, and/or atmosphere interact. [Clarification Statement: Examples could include the influence of the ocean on ecosystems, landform shape, and climate; the influence of the atmosphere on landforms and ecosystems through weather and climate; and the influence of mountain ranges on winds and clouds in the atmosphere. The geosphere, hydrosphere, atmosphere, and biosphere are each a system.] [Assessment Boundary: Assessment is limited to the interactions of two systems at a time.]

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    Credits...

    Executive Producers: John & Hank Green
    Producer & Editor: Nicholas Jenkins
    Cinematographer & Director: Michael Aranda
    Host: Sabrina Cruz
    Script Supervisor: Mickie Halpern
    Writer: Ben Kessler
    Consultant: Shelby Alinsky
    Script Editor: Blake de Pastino

    Thought Cafe Team:
    Stephanie Bailis
    Cody Brown
    Suzanna Brusikiewicz
    Jonathan Corbiere
    Nick Counter
    Kelsey Heinrichs
    Jack Kenedy
    Corey MacDonald
    Tyler Sammy
    Nikkie Stinchcombe
    James Tuer
    Adam Winnik

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    Physical Science 9.2a - The Earth Moon Sun System

    6:43

    The Earth Moon Sun System. The orbit of the moon around the earth, the orbit of the earth around the sun, and a discussion of the relative sizes and distances. From the Physical Science course by Derek Owens.

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    What is Planet Earth Made of? | Everything you Need to Know About Earth Systems for Kids

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    Celebrate Earth Day! This fun, animated science video for children teaches fun facts about PLANET EARTH and it's four systems: atmosphere, hydrosphere, geosphere and biosphere - explained in 3 minutes! This short cartoon science art lesson is packed with information about planet earth and how its four layers interact to create our amazing earth! Use to teach kids in the classroom or at home about each of Earth's four systems. S.T.E.M. For Kids!

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    Complexity Science: 9 Earth Systems Science

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    A brief overview to the area of Earth Systems Science where we will be looking at the different spheres that make up Earth as a complex adaptive system. For full courses, transcriptions and downloads please see:
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    Earth systems science is the interdisciplinary study of earth as a complex system, composed of multiple physical and biological process that interact within cycles or spheres to give rise to the overall state of the earth as an entire systems.

    Of cause people have been studying earth for a long time, geologies study the formation of rocks, metrologies are interested in the atmosphere and so on,
    With all of these different domains supported by the deep understanding of our physical environment that physics has built up over the past few centuries.

    But it is only more recently that satellites have started to allow us to see earth as an entirety and human activity has begun to have a significant enough effect to alter earth systems making it increasingly important for us to be able to model and manage them.

    From space we can view the net results of earths complex interactions and with high-tech sensors on land and in the ocean, we are getting an clear idea of its overall make up, from this researchers in different domains are discovering how their pieces of the puzzle are related to each other.

    Earth systems science then tries to develop models that gives an integrated picture of how all these parts fit together, the first of these models is of earth as a systems in space with inputs and outputs of energy or radiation from the sun, with this energy being the primary factor in driving the dynamics process within the system.


    As opposed to focusing on the static properties of earths individual components
    Earth systems science instead takes a more dynamic view of the world, studying the ways energy and materials cycle through the different subsystems or what are called -spheres

    Earths different sphere are largely defined by the different phases of mater they are composed of thus the atmosphere is composed of gasses, the hydrosphere of liquid water and the lithosphere solid minerals added to this is the biosphere
    The sum of all biological material and processes.

    Within each sphere a process called a cycles take place, for example in the lithosphere we have the rock cycle driven by the thermal energy within earth's interior that releases minerals through ocean ridges and volcanoes that are weathered as they cycle through earths crust and are eventual subducted returning to their origin



    The hydro cycle driven by the thermal energy of the sun, cycles water between the earths surface and atmosphere through the process of evaporation, condensation and precipitation, this process helps to distribute moisture to support ecosystems at a variety of locations

    The atmosphere is a layer of gases surrounding the planet that is held in place by gravity, it is the primary vehicle of temperature and climate regulation through the Cycle of carbon in and out of the atmosphere where it functions, through the green house effect to trap the suns heart.

    The biosphere is the relatively thin layer of Earth's surface that supports all biological activity on earth. The biosphere is a system also characterized by the continuous cycling of matter and energy in the form of the flow of solar energy and nutrient mineral cycles.

    Solar energy flows through the biosphere along a unidirectional path, as the suns energy is inputted through plant photosynthesis and process up through what are called trophic levels form primary producers to herbivores and on to predators and apex predators.

    Along side the flow of energy through food webs it the cycling of mineral nutrients the core substances required for the construction of biological materials and processes, carbon, water, oxygen, nitrogen have been continuously cycled through the biosphere from one generation to the next for billions of years

    These different spheres interact to create a unique state or ecosystem, an ecosystems is the combination of a community of biological organism and a particular physical environment with which they interact...

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    How Earth Moves

    21:37

    It’s here! Science stuff, mind-blowing stuff, Vsauce stuff, oh my!! THE CURIOSITY BOX:

    Jake’s video about The Curiosity Box:

    Minute Physics on why December days are the longest:

    StandUpMaths on calendars and leap days:

    Tom Scott on the Equation of Time:

    My video on what would happen if the Earth stopped spinning:

    GREAT visuals showing how Earth moves around the sun:



    George Washington’s birthday:

    real-time sub solar point location:

    Lahaina noon images from the Oahu Astrophotography club:

    analemma:

    great solargraph and analemma images:

    interactive seasons and ecliptic simulator:

    Nasa video of seasonal movement of Earth:

    Tropical year:

    Earth rotation specifics:

    How Earth moves through the universe:






    minute physics on cab:

    PBS spacetime on the cosmic microwave background:





    CMB rest frame:




    Wikipedia:










    wikicommons images:





    To explore space, I highly recommend these:




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    Awesome 3D graphics by Eric Langlay:
    Lame 2D stuff by me.

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    How the Sun Works on the Flat Earth - Death of NASA

    20:00

    How the Sun Works on the Flat Earth? Good Question!

    WARNING: Watching this video about How the Sun Works on the Flat Earth may turn you into a permenant flat earth. Procede with caution.

    If a picture is worth a thousand words,
    then a video is worth a thousand pictures and...
    time-lapse is worth a thousand video.
    P-brane

    Original Video:
    by P-Brane:

    0:05 If a picture is worth a thousand words,
    then a video is worth a thousand pictures and...
    time-lapse is worth a thousand video.
    0:10 Is the Earth what you think it is?
    1:10 The Earth is Flat
    2:10 Timelapse shows the lines of perspective
    3:27 Copernican principle and footage of ISS
    4:50 23.5 degree of tilt? NOT! It's perspective.
    5:10 How the Sun Works on the Flat Earth?
    5:55 24 hour day of sunlight in Alaska
    7:22 High Altitude Balloons
    8:20 Cameras Above and Under the Cloud
    10:35 Rendition of
    11:15 Perspective Matrix Proves Flat Earth
    12:00 The Sun is 93 000 000 miles away?
    13:00 The Sunlight Shrinks as it Follows the Sun

    If the sun is 93 million miles away and a million miles in diameter (give or take - my guess is as good as theirs), the sun rays should be completely parallel to one another - where we see them coming through the clouds, right?... But we don't... they splay out or diverge. Perspective will converge parallel lines that are PARALLEL TO THE OBSERVER'S EYE PLANE, that's true.

    What perspective won't do is converge perpendicular lines and planes from the observers perspective. We should see the rays that come straight down out of the clouds STAY as parallel columns - but i've never seen sun rays come down vertically parallel to one another in person or photo...

    #flatearth #earth #nasa #science #bullshit

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    Phil Stan The Science Man: Earth Systems

    1:54

    Childhood TV show host Phil Stan The Science Man gives you a lesson on Earth systems and how they work.

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    Four Spheres Part 2 : Crash Course Kids #6.2

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    The second part of our two part tale of the puzzle that is Earth. In this episode, Sabrina talks about the Hydrosphere and the Atmosphere and what is contained in each one. Let's dive in!!!

    This first series is based on 5th grade science. We're super excited and hope you enjoy Crash Course Kids!

    ///Standards Used in This Video///
    5-ESS2-1. Develop a model using an example to describe ways the geosphere, biosphere, hydrosphere, and/or atmosphere interact. [Clarification Statement: Examples could include the influence of the ocean on ecosystems, landform shape, and climate; the influence of the atmosphere on landforms and ecosystems through weather and climate; and the influence of mountain ranges on winds and clouds in the atmosphere. The geosphere, hydrosphere, atmosphere, and biosphere are each a system.] [Assessment Boundary: Assessment is limited to the interactions of two systems at a time.]

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    Credits...

    Executive Producers: John & Hank Green
    Producer & Editor: Nicholas Jenkins
    Cinematographer & Director: Michael Aranda
    Host: Sabrina Cruz
    Script Supervisor: Mickie Halpern
    Writer: Ben Kessler
    Consultant: Shelby Alinsky
    Script Editor: Blake de Pastino

    Thought Cafe Team:
    Stephanie Bailis
    Cody Brown
    Suzanna Brusikiewicz
    Jonathan Corbiere
    Nick Counter
    Kelsey Heinrichs
    Jack Kenedy
    Corey MacDonald
    Tyler Sammy
    Nikkie Stinchcombe
    James Tuer
    Adam Winnik

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    Is Earth Actually Flat?

    10:31

    follow:
    LOTS OF COOL LINKS BELOW!
    Flat Earth gravity simulation by Yeti Dynamics:

    Kansas flatness study: (the pancakes used in the study were from IHOP):

    the flatness of other states:

    The Meaning Of It All by Richard Feynman:

    “The Pig That Wants to Be Eaten”:

    related Vsauce video, “Is Anything Real?”

    Minutphysics “TOP 10 REASONS Why We Know the Earth is Round”

    Good satirical series about how the Earth IS flat:

    What if Earth was a cube?






    MYTH of the round Earth:




    Earth is round:





    Varrazano bridge:

    Varrazano spelling controversy:

    Flat Earth Society:




    Wilbur Glen Voliva:







    Flat earth map (one theory):

    Poe’s Law:




    Science is always provisional and theories are never conclusively proven:





    Asimov on being “more wrong”:

    Occam’s Razor:

    Newton’s flaming laser sword:

    Other razors:

    relativistic length contractions:

    I really liked this one:



    Earth and cosmic ray perspective:




    wolfram contraction simulator:

    Susan Haack:

    1996 election NYT crossword:


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    ESS2A - Earth Materials and Systems

    6:10

    In this video Paul Andersen describes the four major spheres on planet Earth. The geosphere makes up the mass of the planet and includes the major landforms. The hydrosphere is all of the water and the atmosphere is all of the gases. The biosphere exists where the others spheres interface. A K-12 teaching progression is also included.

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    Offiikart. English: Recycle Logo, June 8, 2011. Own work.

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    The Earths Orbit in a Binary Solar System - Episode 8

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    In this clip for Wisdom Teachings with David Wilcock, Wilcock opens by discussing the work of Santillana and Von Deschend. The works of these two academics were highly respected in their communities and they decided to pour through different mythologies around the world to figure out what was going on with the Precession of the Equinoxes. What they found was published in an entire academic work called Hamlet's Mill and outlines much of what we know now about the Earth's wobble as it rotates. Wilcock also discusses Cruttenden's book, Lost Star that talks about the notion of a lost star proving that we live in a binary solar system created by our elliptical orbit around another star. Join David Wilcock for this episode to learn more about our binary solar system and what this means for life on Earth. Watch the full episode and sign up for your free 10-day trial at GaiamTV.com-

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    What On Earth: Crash Course Kids #10.1

    3:43

    We've already talked about how the Earth is divided into four spheres (The Hydrosphere, the Biosphere, the Geosphere, and the Atmosphere). But, how do these different sphere interact with each other? In this episode of Crash Course Kids, Sabrina chats with us about how two of the spheres do, in fact, work together.

    This first series is based on 5th grade science. We're super excited and hope you enjoy Crash Course Kids!

    ///Standards Used in This Video///
    5-ESS2-1. Develop a model using an example to describe ways the geosphere, biosphere, hydrosphere, and/or atmosphere interact. [Clarification Statement: Examples could include the influence of the ocean on ecosystems, landform shape, and climate; the influence of the atmosphere on landforms and ecosystems through weather and climate; and the influence of mountain ranges on winds and clouds in the atmosphere. The geosphere, hydrosphere, atmosphere, and biosphere are each a system.] [Assessment Boundary: Assessment is limited to the interactions of two systems at a time.]

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    Credits...

    Executive Producers: John & Hank Green
    Producer & Editor: Nicholas Jenkins
    Cinematographer & Director: Michael Aranda
    Host: Sabrina Cruz
    Script Supervisor: Mickie Halpern
    Writer: Kay Boatner
    Consultant: Shelby Alinsky
    Script Editor: Blake de Pastino

    Thought Cafe Team:
    Stephanie Bailis
    Cody Brown
    Suzanna Brusikiewicz
    Jonathan Corbiere
    Nick Counter
    Kelsey Heinrichs
    Jack Kenedy
    Corey MacDonald
    Tyler Sammy
    Nikkie Stinchcombe
    James Tuer
    Adam Winnik

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    Earth Systems in 2 Minutes

    2:00

    The earth is a system of complex interactions.

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    Earth System 2. Vapour in the Atmosphere

    4:24

    How the Earth works
    Earth System 0. Earth from Space (Intro)
    Earth System 1. Hurricanes
    Earth System 2. Vapour in the Atmosphere
    Earth System 3. Antarctica: the Polar Jet & the Antarctic Brine
    Earth System 4. The Molten Rock
    Earth System 5. Phytoplankton: the Sahara & the Amazon
    Earth System 6. Wild Fires
    Earth System 7. The power of the Sun
    Earth System 8. The Human Race

    Satellites enable us to provide consistent, long-term observations, 24 hours a day, 7 days a week. Monitoring the Earth from space helps us understand how the Earth works and affects much of our daily lives. Monitoring conditions in space and solar flares from the sun help us understand how conditions in space affect the Earth.

    Video put together for the MSc in Environmental Technology at Imperial College London

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    Earths 4 Spheres for kids/ 4 Major Spheres

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    Earth's 4 Spheres for kids/ 4 Major Spheres

    Join me to learn about earth's 4 major Geological Subsystems and how they interact with one another with this awesome video and amazing song. And don't forget to sing along!

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    Earth has four major
    Geological Subsystems
    I will teach you in this song
    I hope you learn and listen

    Geosphere, Atmosphere
    Hydrosphere and Biosphere
    Are four major systems on earth
    That balance why we survive here

    These systems are all separate
    But interact with one another
    In so many different ways
    in each system you will discover

    Lets start with Geosphere
    All earths materials and mass
    It’s comprised of these parts
    That you’re learning in my class

    The solid Iron inner core’s
    a bit smaller than the moon
    The Nickel-Iron Alloy
    Outer core is liquid It is true

    The Mantle is the layer
    between the crust and outer core
    mostly made of minerals
    and silicate rock lets learn some more

    Which brings us to the Crust
    In which we all play and live on
    Made up of rock and lots of elements
    that keep it really strong

    Earth has four major
    Geological Subsystems
    I will teach you in this song
    I hope you learn and listen

    The Atmosphere’s the next Sphere that
    we will look at
    It contains earths air And protects us all
    now how about that

    The atmospheres made up of
    five layers now you know
    One layer blocks radiation from the sun
    it is called the Ozone

    Lets move onto the Hydrosphere
    Its a major one as well
    It includes all forms of earths water
    Now isn’t that swell

    Oceans, lakes, rivers,
    and our water vapor too
    Are what make up Hydrosphere
    you just learned something new

    The Biosphere’s the final
    of the four major groups
    Including anything thats living
    That also includes you

    Microbes, animals, plants
    birds and insects alike
    Are all part of the Biosphere
    thats true and alright

    Earth has four major
    Geological Subsystems
    I will teach you in this song
    I hope you learn and listen

    Here’s one of many examples
    of how these Spheres interact
    There are so many different ways
    they help us live and thats a fact

    When Volcanos erupt
    from the (Geosphere)
    It releases particles and ash
    in to the (Atmosphere)

    These particles act as the Nuclei
    that help form Water drops
    Thats the (Hydrosphere) at work
    and it never stops

    When the rain falls to the earth
    This is the (Hydrosphere)
    Which stimulates plants to grow
    which is the (Biosphere)

    The plants create oxygen
    thats released to the (Atmosphere)
    plants also feed animals and humans
    And thats (Biosphere)

    Theres so many more examples
    You can find on your own
    You can research them on your computer
    while sitting at home


    Earth has four major
    Geological Subsystems
    I will teach you in this song
    I hope you learn and listen

    Earth has four major
    Geological Subsystems
    I will teach you in this song
    I hope you learn and listen

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    Earths Systems

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    This product was designed to help students realize what are the Earth's Systems and how they interact.
    It's a Powerpoint Presentation and you can buy it at my TpT Store:

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    This presentation was made to help students realize that the Earth is divided into systems and that those systems interact.

    It follows the Next Generation Science Standards (5-ESS2-1; 5-ESS2-2; 5-ESS3-1).

    It makes students think about science by defining some simple classroom experiments and questioning their results.

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    Mind Blowing! ...Earth Compared To The Rest Of The Universe - Amazing Graphic Presentation

    3:34

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    “There are more stars in our Universe than there are grains of sand on all the beaches on Earth.” There are 100 to 400 billion stars in the Milky Way and more than 100 billion galaxies in the Universe – maybe as many as 500 billion. If you multiply stars by galaxies, at the low end, you get 10 billion billion stars, or 10 sextillion stars in the Universe – a 1 followed by 22 zeros. At the high end, it’s 200 sextillion.

    These are mind bogglingly huge numbers. How do they compare to the number of grains of sand on the collective beaches of an entire planet? This type of sand measures about a half millimeter across.

    You could put 20 grains of sand packed in side-by-side to make a centimeter. 8000 grains in one cubic centimeter. If you took 10 sextillion grains of sand, put them into a ball, it would have a radius of 10.6 kilometers. And for the high end of our estimate, 200 sextillion, it would be 72 kilometers across. If we had a sphere bigger than the Earth, it would be an easy answer, but no such luck. This might be close.

    So, is there that much sand on all the beaches, everywhere, on this planet? You’d need to estimate the average volume of a sandy beach and the average amount of the world’s coastlines which are beaches.

    The estimates and calculations made by Dr. Jason Marshall, aka, the Math Dude are that, there about 700 trillion cubic meters of beach of Earth, and that works out to around 5 sextillion grains of sand.

    Music: Doggy (Spacey Pooch Mix) by Dhruva Aliman

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    25 Earth Shattering Facts About Gravity

    5:53

    Gravity is one of the greatest mysteries in science. How does it work? Although we know it exists and can see its effects science has a hard time explaining the exact mechanism. At first we thought we understood it. At least after Newton formulated his laws and we believed we had the universe figured out. But then Einstein came along and completely changed our view of the cosmos and of physics. Since then we have discovered some crazy things about quantum mechanics and how the world works on a microscopic level. Unfortunately, while Newtonian models do a good job of describing things like gravity between large objects, they don't do very well describing forces between atoms. And while Einstein's theory of relativity gives us insight into the microscopic world of the molecule, it doesn't really do a good job in other areas. So it seems that we have several ways of describing the same thing but no real understanding of why or how it works. Over time, numerous theories have been put forth, and most of them have been found lacking. So, although we cannot fully describe it, gravity causes some crazy things to happen. It's not as simple as just pulling things towards each other. Did you know that gravity affects time? These are 25 Earth shattering facts about gravity!

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    Because of gravity, humans get the urge to pee when their bladder is about 1/3 full

    In space, astronauts don't have the urge to pee until their bladder is basically exploding

    Einsteins most revolutionary equation wasn't e=mc2 (unless you are designing nuclear bombs). His most important equation was G = 8 π T, which basically stated that space-time is curved and not flat

    Humans could successfully colonize and live on planets with up to 3 times the gravity of Earth. At 4 times the gravity, however, blood flow to the brain would be impaired

    Earth's gravitational pull makes it impossible for mountains to be taller than 15km (in theory)

    There are regions in space where gravity between the Sun and Earth (or any other two objects) interact to create something called Lagrangian points. Other objects can orbit around these points as if there were something there.

    Birds cannot be taken into space because they require gravity to swallow

    During the final Apollo 15 moonwalk, David Scott dropped both a feather and a hammer to confirm Galileo's theory that objects fall at the same speed regardless of their mass (on Earth the feather falls more slowly only because of air resistance)

    Jupiter is sometimes referred to as a failed star because although it had enough mass to pull in a significant amount of gas, it didn't gain enough to start fusion

    Jupiter's gravity will eventually either push Mercury out of the Solar System or send it crashing into the Sun

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    Learn About Planet Earth - Earths Atmosphere

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    Without the atmosphere, we will not be able to live on earth. The gases in the atmosphere protect us by blocking out dangerous rays from sun and making earth a perfect habitat for plants and animals. Let's find out what are those gases which supports life on earth.

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    Solar Eclipse Hoax - Exposing the Global Lies from Gods Enclosed Flat Earth System

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    Don't ever look at the sun and never look at an eclipse! The sun's light is very harmful but haven't we been told that the sun reflects off of the moon? Why is it okay to look at the moon then? In this video you will see that the entire spinning ball flying through space model is a lie. The Bible states a different creation account than the one you have been taught by science and NASA. When you research you'll see that the Sun and the Moon are different light sources. You will find out that they are a lot closer than what you've been told. Why would they lie? Could this be the world's biggest lie ever told?

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    In Episode 1 of Flat Earth & The Bible we ask a few questions on the significance of the stars. Is there a deeper meaning of what they have been teaching us about the Sun, Moon and Stars? Why is science and occult philosophy teaching the same thing? Could the biggest lie of all with God's creation have a unifying way of bringing on the New World Order? We explore and learn more about the beginning connections and where they could lead. We are made in God's image. We are not made from stars. The entire heliocentric model of our universe is a lie. Don't let Satan deceive you.

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    How the 4 seasons work on the Flat Earth model

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    I've read quite a bit about how the sun and moon allegedly moved in the Flat Earth model, but I really needed to visualize how the 4 seasons worked. So, I got creative with the free software, Stellarium. Now, it should be noted that the programming for Stellarium is based on the heliocentric globe model, however I figured out how to essentially manipulate it in order to show the rotations of the sun and moon over a Flat Earth. What REALLY intrigued me was how the sun literally speeds up and slows down depending on what path it is on during a particular point in the year. I sped the whole animation up (more than 500x) for the sake of time (otherwise, the video would be over an hour long), but other than that, I did not manually adjust the speeds for each season nor do any other (motion) manipulation at all. What you see here is exactly what the software rendered, just overlaid on top of the Flat Earth map. Toward the end, you will see how January and June syncs up day for day perfectly, with a faster sun going around the outer rim and a slower sun moving in the tighter northern circuit.

    I based my change of seasons titling as follows...

    Spring - starting March 1 and ending May 31,
    Summer - starting June 1 and ending August 31,
    Fall (autumn) - starting September 1 and ending November 30, and
    Winter - starting December 1 and ending February 28

    Note: I didn't have time to mess around with day and night as part of this animation. It's just meant to show the seasons and moon phases throughout the year as the sun and moon move above the circle of the earth. I hope you find this as fascinating as I did.

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    Earth Systems foldable

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    Watch as 7th period shows & Ms Soblo tells you how to create this scientific work of art!

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    Gravity : How Does Gravity Works - Science Documentary

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    Gravity : How Does Gravity Works - Science Documentary
    Gravity, or gravitation, is a natural phenomenon by which all things with mass are brought toward (or gravitate toward) one another, including planets, stars and galaxies. Since energy and mass are equivalent, all forms of energy, including light, also cause gravitation and are under the influence of it. On Earth, gravity gives weight to physical objects and causes the ocean tides. The gravitational attraction of the original gaseous matter present in the Universe caused it to begin coalescing, forming stars — and the stars to group together into galaxies — so gravity is responsible for many of the large scale structures in the Universe. Gravity has an infinite range, although its effects become increasingly weaker on farther objects.

    Gravity is most accurately described by the general theory of relativity (proposed by Albert Einstein in 1915) which describes gravity not as a force, but as a consequence of the curvature of spacetime caused by the uneven distribution of mass/energy. The most extreme example of this curvature of spacetime is a black hole, from which nothing can escape once past its event horizon, not even light.[1] More gravity results in gravitational time dilation, where time lapses more slowly at a lower (stronger) gravitational potential. However, for most applications, gravity is well approximated by Newton's law of universal gravitation, which describes gravity as a force which causes any two bodies to be attracted to each other, with the force proportional to the product of their masses and inversely proportional to the square of the distance between them.

    Gravity is the weakest of the four fundamental interactions of nature. The gravitational attraction is approximately 1038 times weaker than the strong force, 1036 times weaker than the electromagnetic force and 1029 times weaker than the weak force. As a consequence, gravity has a negligible influence on the behavior of subatomic particles, and plays no role in determining the internal properties of everyday matter (but see quantum gravity). On the other hand, gravity is the dominant interaction at the macroscopic scale, and is the cause of the formation, shape and trajectory (orbit) of astronomical bodies. It is responsible for various phenomena observed on Earth and throughout the Universe; for example, it causes the Earth and the other planets to orbit the Sun, the Moon to orbit the Earth, the formation of tides, the formation and evolution of the Solar System, stars and galaxies.

    The earliest instance of gravity in the Universe, possibly in the form of quantum gravity, supergravity or a gravitational singularity, along with ordinary space and time, developed during the Planck epoch (up to 10−43 seconds after the birth of the Universe), possibly from a primeval state, such as a false vacuum, quantum vacuum or virtual particle, in a currently unknown manner.[2] For this reason, in part, pursuit of a theory of everything, the merging of the general theory of relativity and quantum mechanics (or quantum field theory) into quantum gravity, has become an area of research.

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    Earth System 7. The power of the Sun

    10:00

    How the Earth works
    Earth System 0. Earth from Space (Intro)
    Earth System 1. Hurricanes
    Earth System 2. Vapour in the Atmosphere
    Earth System 3. Antarctica: the Polar Jet & the Antarctic Brine
    Earth System 4. The Molten Rock
    Earth System 5. Phytoplankton: the Sahara & the Amazon
    Earth System 6. Wild Fires
    Earth System 7. The power of the Sun
    Earth System 8. The Human Race

    Satellites enable us to provide consistent, long-term observations, 24 hours a day, 7 days a week. Monitoring the Earth from space helps us understand how the Earth works and affects much of our daily lives. Monitoring conditions in space and solar flares from the sun help us understand how conditions in space affect the Earth.


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    Earth System Science

    6:32

    NASA Connect segment explaining Earth System Science. The video also explores how modern technology studies the many different areas of Earth System Science.

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    Introducing Netherlands Earth System Science Centre

    6:25

    NESSC brings together scientists with backgrounds in physics, earth sciences, ecology and mathematics. Working at the frontiers of knowledge, they work at improving the understanding on the processes behind climate change and enhance future climate projections and predictions.

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    Layers of the Earth for Kids

    8:00

    You will learn about Layers of Earth in this video. Many many years ago, when the earth was formed, it was very hot. With time and because of rains and thunderstorms, its outer portion cooled down, and different life forms started originating on it. This outer cool layer of the earth, on which we live is called the crust. The crust of the earth is covered with different landforms, air, water etc.

    The centre of the earth, which is very hot, is called the core. It consists of metals in the molten form.

    The core is divided into 2 parts, the liquid outer core and the solid inner core.

    The layer between the crust and the core is called mantle. It is very hot, consisting of rocks in molten form.

    Sometimes, at some places, these hot melted rocks called lava come out to the surface of the earth. Such places are called volcanoes.

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    How Low Earth Orbiting Satellite Systems Work

    1:53

    A quick look at how Low Earth Orbiting (LEO) satellite systems work, their pros and cons, and other tips you should know.

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    Data Services - UCAR Services for Earth System Science

    1:18

    Data is the lifeblood of science. At the University Corporation for Atmospheric Research (UCAR), we work to make sure researchers have access to the data they want, and we provide the tools needed to organize it, analyze it, visualize it, and process it.

    Learn more about the resources we offer the research and education community through UCAR’s community programs and the National Center for Atmospheric Research, which UCAR manages on behalf of the National Science Foundation (NSF):
    -- UCAR - Serving the Earth System Science Community
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    The University Corporation for Atmospheric Research manages the National Center for Atmospheric Research under sponsorship by the National Science Foundation. Any opinions, findings and conclusions, or recommendations expressed in this publication are those of the author(s) and do not necessarily reflect the views of the National Science Foundation.

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    Earth System Science 1: Intro to ESS. Lecture 1. Introduction and the Scientific Method

    40:35

    UCI ESS 1: Introduction to Earth System Science (Fall 2013)
    Lec 01. Introduction to Earth System Science -- Introduction and the Scientific Method --
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    Description: Earth System Science covers the following topics: the origin and evolution of the Earth, atmosphere, oceans, perspective of biogeochemical cycles, energy use, and human impacts on the Earth system.

    Recorded on September 27, 2013

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    The Coriolis Effect

    3:06

    Why do storms spin in different directions depending on their location—and why do they spin in the first place?

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    How Entropy Powers The Earth

    3:15

    This video is about how we don't just need energy to power our lives, we need *low entropy* energy! Thanks to Google Making and Science for supporting this series, and to Sean Carroll for collaborating on it! His book can be found here:

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    This video is about how we don't just need energy to power our lives, we need *low entropy* energy! This is also known as free energy, and one way of thinking about entropy is as the lack of free energy. The sun provides us with useful, low entropy, energy in the form of photons of visible light, which are then absorbed and converted into plants, sugar, complex molecules, etc, before being radiated back into space as heat, which has much higher entropy.

    Music for the series was especially composed by Nathaniel Schroeder,

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    HOW IT WORKS: The International Space Station - Full Documentary

    28:58

    This educational HD video shows how the International Space Station works and operates. In Earth's orbit, NASA Astronaut Sunita (Suni) Williams tours and describes how International Space Station's internal structure is divided into two pressurized modules, the Russian Orbital Segment (ROS) and the United States Orbital Segment (USOS). The ESA (European Space Agency) also uses the International Space Station for research and experiments. The International Space Station maintains an orbit with an altitude of between 330 and 435 km (205 and 270 mi) by means of re-boost maneuvers using the engines of the Zvezda module or other visiting spacecraft. It completes 15.54 orbits around the earth per day. Sunita Lyn Suni Williams is an American astronaut of Indian-Slovenian descent and holds records for total spacewalks and spacewalk time by a woman. This video is shown in 1080p HD 60fps.

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    Earth Systems

    1:52

    Today we are going to be talking about one of the Earth’s systems. A system is a group of parts that interact. The system we will be discussing is the volcano’s life cycle. It occurs in the geosphere, biosphere, hydrosphere, and atmosphere. The geosphere is the solid part of Earth. The biosphere is the part of Earth that can support life. The hydrosphere is the where the Earth’s water is. The atmosphere is the mixture of gases that make up the air surrounding Earth. The volcano’s life cycle starts when tectonic plates from the geosphere and biosphere interact. Next magma starts to build up in the magma chamber. Eventually pressure causes the magma to be released from the geosphere and into the atmosphere. While the magma falls back to the biosphere and becomes lava, volcanic ash stays in the atmosphere for a bit longer. Volcanic ash is arguably more dangerous than lava. Lava cools as it runs down the biosphere and into the hydrosphere. Volcanic ash carries gases through the atmosphere that are poisonous to all living creatures. In addition to this some of the gases released from the volcano increase global warming. Global warming in the atmosphere has damaging effects on the hydrosphere such as making the ice caps melt. This causes the hydrosphere to increase and reduce the size of the biosphere. Eventually the biosphere and the geosphere retract and the land flattens back out.

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    Here Comes the Sun: Crash Course Kids #5.1

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    Updated with fix. Thanks for pointing that out!!! :)

    Every hear of Sol? Sure you have! It's our Sun! It sits at the center of our 8 planet solar system, providing us with heat and light. But how does that energy get to us? In this episode of Crash Course Kids, Sabrina chats about the sun; what it is, how it works, and how the energy gets to us here on Earth.

    This first series is based on 5th grade science. We're super excited and hope you enjoy Crash Course Kids!

    ///Standards Used in This Video///
    5-PS3-1. Use models to describe that energy in animals’ food (used for body repair, growth, motion, and to maintain body warmth) was once energy from the sun.

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    NASA | The Ocean: A Driving Force for Weather and Climate

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    The Ocean is essential to life on Earth. Most of Earth's water is stored in the ocean. Although 40 percent of Earth's population lives within, or near coastal regions- the ocean impacts people everywhere. Without the ocean, our planet would be uninhabitable. This animation helps to convey the importance of Earth's oceanic processes as one component of Earth's interrelated systems.

    This animation uses Earth science data from a variety of sensors on NASA Earth observing satellites to measure physical oceanography parameters such as ocean currents, ocean winds, sea surface height and sea surface temperature. These measurements, in combination with atmospheric measurements such as surface air temperature, precipitation and clouds can help scientists understand the ocean's impact on weather and climate and what this means for life here on Earth. NASA satellites and their unique view from space are helping to unveil the vast... and largely unexplored.... OCEAN.

    NASA Earth Observing System Data and Information Systems (EOSDIS)
    EOSDIS is a distributed system of twelve data centers and science investigator processing systems. EOSDIS processes, archives, and distributes data from Earth observing satellites, field campaigns, airborne sensors, and related Earth science programs. These data enable the study of Earth from space to advance scientific understanding. For more information about the data sets used in this animation please visit,
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    Earths Rotation & Revolution: Crash Course Kids 8.1

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    So, have you ever wondered why we have seasons? Or maybe where the sun goes when it's night time? *Hint: It doesn't actually go anywhere* In this episode of Crash Course Kids, Sabrina talks about the Earth's rotation and revolution and how these things contribute to night and day and how Earth's tilt gives us seasons.

    This first series is based on 5th grade science. We're super excited and hope you enjoy Crash Course Kids!

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    5-ESS1-2. Represent data in graphical displays to reveal patterns of daily changes in length and direction of shadows, day and night, and the seasonal appearance of some stars in the night sky. [Clarification Statement: Examples of patterns could include the position and motion of Earth with respect to the sun and selected stars that are visible only in particular months.] [Assessment Boundary: Assessment does not include causes of seasons.]

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    How earth will be destroyed in Hindi | End of earth | पृथ्वी का अंत कैसे होगा ?

    8:53

    क्या पृथ्वी पर कभी जीवन का अंत होगा ? अगर होगा तो कैसे होगा औ इसके पीछे क्या कारण रहेंगे ? जानिए इस विडियो के द्वारा और समझिये जो राज इस पृथ्वी से जुड़े हुए हैं | कोंसी ऐसी शक्तियाँ है जो पृथ्वी पर जीवन को ख़तम कर देगी और उसके बाद फिरसे जीवन कैसे शुरू होगा ?

    Is there any possibility that life will end on our planet earth ? And if this is so, then how it will be achieved? Watch this video How will earth end in Hindi and get to know about some of the mysterious theories which tells us how we will be vanished.
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    The helical model - our solar system is a vortex

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    This is a non-conventional view of our solar system that is different from the standard 'flat' diagrams. We travel, never return to the same spot again. Like the music?

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    Origin of Earths Magnetic Field

    9:34

    Origin of Earth's magnetic field, new discoveries and new concepts, published in world-class scientific literature and explained here.

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    Exploring Our Solar System: Planets and Space for Kids - FreeSchool

    11:55

    Here is an in-depth introduction to the Solar System and the planets that are in it. From the sun to why poor Pluto is no longer considered a planet, come along for a ride across the Solar System and learn a ton of cool facts about Solar System! FreeSchool is great for kids!

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    Regional Earth System Prediction: Microbes to Man

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    Google Tech Talk
    September 18, 2009

    ABSTRACT

    Presented by Professor Raghu Murtugudde, Department of Atmospheric and Oceanic Science, Earth System Science Interdisciplinary Center University of Maryland, College Park.

    While the IPCC will continue to lead Earth System projections for global issues such as greenhouse gas levels and global temperature increase, high-resolution regional Earth System predictions will be crucial for producing effective decision-making tools for day- to-day, sustainable Earth System management and adaptive management of resources. Regional Earth System predictions and projections at the order of a few meters resolution from days to decades must be validated and provide uncertainties and skill scores to be usable. While the task is daunting, it would be criminally negligent of the global human not to embark on this task immediately. The observational needs for the integrated natural-human system for the regional Earth System are distinct from the global needs even though there are many overlaps. Regional Earth System monitoring and predictions thus will continuously take the pulse of the planet to prescribe appropriate actions for participatory decision-making for sustainable and adaptive management of the Earth System and to avoid catastrophic domains of potential outcomes. The model predictions must produce predictive, pre-emptive, personalized environmental information for human health, agro-economics, fisheries, water, energy, harmful algal blooms, and any other information demanded by lay people to resource managers to policy-makers. Technological innovations will have to meet the scientific demand to produce instruments from molecular probes to exploit the ever evolving genetic-level understanding, to nano-technology for in situ monitoring of the environment in open and confined spaces, to satellites that monitor the Earth System at ever increasing details to capture the natural-human system interactions and their feedbacks to the Earth System. The ultimate deliverable is a fully integrated decision-making tool that allows all users to carry out what-if scenarios to scope the range of options they have to work with.

    Prof. Murtugudde's research has focused on the ocean's role in climate, from intraseasonal to decadal time-scales including the impacts of climate on fisheries, agriculture, water resources, carbon cycle, and air-sea interaction processes of scale selection. He has conducted rainwater harvesting in urban areas and watershed management in rural areas using the agroforestry technique as a sustainable method for rural development. His most recent research has focused on Earth System Prediction for air and water quality, human health, agriculture, water and energy resources, fisheries, and future projections for decision makers, policy wonks, and educational institutions. The Chesapeake Bay Forecast Project that he has led is the first such Earth System Prediction model to issue routine forecasts of useful environmental package. This is one of the few projects that will combine expertise from climate scientists, bioinformatic experts, computer scientists, geographers, architects, public health and epidemiology experts, public policy and health information researchers, agro-economists, social scientists, and biologists providing a campus-wide connection at UMD. Eventually, this research to operations transition will develop an academia-private-military-government partnership that will be seamless and essential.

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    Banking - the Greatest Scam on Earth

    9:37

    The Greatest Scam on Earth - The Money Scam! The Money Scam is hidden right out in the open, yet buried in complication and confusion. A retired banker describes simply, the world's Money Scam and the reason every country is now going bankrupt. Private bankers have stolen the money creation process, and whereas once our money was created by the governments, debt-free, it is now created out of thin air and issued as debt with interest charges. In today's banker controlled world, money = debt, debt = slavery and therefore money = slavery --- our monetary systems have become systems of enslavement. Money is created out of nothing, issued as debt, not enough money is created for the future interest payments and inflation steals our savings. The money creation process should be taken away from the banks and given to the governments who can create money debt-free, interest-free. This is how it used to be done and we needed no income taxes. Finally, it is explained what we should do to stop supporting the money scam.

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