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TTC - Science Wars. What Scientists Know and How They Know It
AVI | 128 kbps | 640 x 464 | 3.52 GB
Choose one: (A) Science gives us objective knowledge of an independently existing reality. (B) Scientific knowledge is always provisional and tells us nothing that is universal, necessary, or certain about the world. Welcome to the science wars-a long-running battle over the status of scientific knowledge that began in ancient Greece, raged furiously among scientists, social scientists, and humanists during the 1990s, and has re-emerged in today's conflict between science and religion over issues such as evolution.
This in-home boot camp for dramatic body transformation was designed by Tony Horton using his Sectional Progression technique for fast results. Sectional Progression training alternates "push" and "pull" resistance moves to tone your muscles and burn stored fat at the same time, so you get an effective workout in as little as 30 minutes!
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Lynda.com - Creating Urban Game Environments in 3DS Max with Adam Crespi
English (9-2011) | Audio: aac, 48000 Hz, mono (eng) | duration 5h 54m
MP4 | Video: h264, yuv420p, 960x540, 15.00 fps(r) (eng) | 1.65 GB
Genre: Video Training
Release name: Lynda.Up.And.Running.With.FL.Studio.TUTORiAL-ALTAiR
Size: 416 MB
Description: In this course, photographer and educator Erin Manning shows beginning photographers how to appreciate and work with natural light. First Erin takes a look at the qualities of light, from softness to direction to color, and details the camera settings that help you get the most out of the scene’s available light. Then Erin works together with a student to shoot a natural-light portrait, employing inexpensive accessories such as reflectors along the way.
- Learning to identify the quality of light
- Avoiding color casts
- Setting exposure, white balance, and ISO
- Finding good natural light
- Reflecting and diffusing light
- Understanding lighting ratios