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Dil.To.Pagal.Ha.-.Mein.Herz.spielt.verrückt.1997.German.DVD5

Musicalstar Rahul ist der Schwarm zigtausender Backfische, will aber sehr zum Bedauern von Kollegin Nisha, die ihn trotz diverser Streitereien heimlich anhimmelt, nichts von wahrer Liebe wissen. Als Nisha einmal ausfällt und dringend Ersatz gesucht wird für das neue Stück von Rahul, springt die schüchterne Pooja ein und erweist sich als Naturtalent. Prompt verliebt sich Rahul in den neuen Star der Show, erhält dabei aber einen hartnäckigen Konkurrenten durch Poojas Jugendfreund Ajay.


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Dil.To.Pagal.Hai.Mein.Herz.spielt.Verrueckt.German.1997.DVDRiP.XviD-CENSORED

Musicalstar Rahul ist der Schwarm zigtausender Backfische, will aber sehr zum Bedauern von Kollegin Nisha, die ihn trotz diverser Streitereien heimlich anhimmelt, nichts von wahrer Liebe wissen. Als Nisha einmal ausfällt und dringend Ersatz gesucht wird für das neue Stück von Rahul, springt die schüchterne Pooja ein und erweist sich als Naturtalent. Prompt verliebt sich Rahul in den neuen Star der Show, erhält dabei aber einen hartnäckigen Konkurrenten durch Poojas Jugendfreund Ajay.


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TTC Video - America and the World
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TTC Video America and the World
English | Avi | Xvid | 640x480 | 30fps | 4:3 | Mp3 128kbps 48000hz | 4.46Gb
Genre: Video training


It was a transformation unprecedented in global history. In barely more than two centuries, the United States evolved from a sparsely settled handful of colonies whose very survival was in grave doubt into the most powerful nation the world has ever knownпїЅmilitarily, economically, technologically, culturally, politically, and even ideologically.How could such an implausible metamorphosis have occurred? In a world where power and the willingness to wield it had always determined the fate of nations, what factors enabled our young nation to so successfully navigate the corridors of diplomacy and foreign policy from the very outset, ensuring not only America's survival but also its eventual status as a superpower?

TTC Video - Mysteries Of The Microscopic World
TTC Video - Mysteries Of The Microscopic World
TTC Video - Mysteries Of The Microscopic World
Language: English
MP4 | XviD 613 Kbpskbps | 640 x 480 30fps | AAC 92kbps | 3.24 GB
Genre: E-Learning


An invisible world of astonishing complexity is all around you. A world so small you can't see it with the naked eye. A world so crowded that its population staggers the mind. A world in which you participate every day—often without even knowing it.


The inhabitants of this world are trillions of bacteria, viruses, fungi, and other organisms, collectively known as microbes. Hundreds of thousands could fit on the period at the end of this sentence. And many play a powerful role in your life, from the bacteria in your stomach that help you digest food to the pathogens that make you sick.

Mysteries of the Microscopic World is your illustrated guided tour through a realm that is as teeming with exotic life as any rainforest—and that is just as exciting. Presented by award-winning Professor Bruce E. Fleury of Tulane University, these 24 half-hour lectures tell the story of

• how microbes evolved;
• how they function;
• how humans discovered them;
• how they harm and also help us; and
• how we compete, coexist, and coevolve.

A Spellbinding Narrative

Assuming no background in science, Mysteries of the Microscopic World teaches you all the biology you need to understand cells as the basic unit of life, DNA as the amazingly versatile genetic code, the immune system as an almost miraculous arsenal of defenses, and other features of the tiny domain where microbes thrive. Among the intriguing concepts you encounter are these:

• Coevolution: Civilization and microbes have grown up together—in beneficial associations such as bread- and winemaking, and less fortunate relationships such as the pandemics that have periodically changed the course of history.
• Extremophiles: On Earth, microbes flourish in environments of punishing heat, cold, acidity, and saltiness, where nothing else can survive. These "extremophiles" may be clues to what life is like on other planets.
• Cyanobacteria: Earth owes its oxygen-rich atmosphere to the evolution of photosynthetic cyanobacteria. These tiny organisms were so successful that they dominated the planet for nearly two billion years.
• Darwinian medicine: Outsmarting disease-causing organisms means understanding how they evolved to make us sick and how they adapted to defeat our treatments. In medicine, it pays to think like Darwin.
• Cytokine storm: When people in the prime of life are felled by an epidemic, it could be because the pathogen induces a "cytokine storm," an immune system overreaction—as happened to millions of young people in the deadly 1918 flu.

Professor Fleury weaves these and many other stories into a spellbinding narrative that takes you from the germ theory of disease to germ warfare, from the challenges of being small to the advantages of infecting through a "vector" intermediary, from ancient prokaryotes to the latest probiotics. After watching these lectures, you will be able to follow with deeper understanding news reports about epidemics, vaccine research, antibiotic-resistant germs, bioterrorism, and many other topics about the microbial world.

Evolutionary Arms Race

In our ceaseless contact with microbes, the good news is that some age-old diseases are being defeated. Smallpox, a scourge as ancient as human history, was eradicated in the late 1970s, and similar campaigns are underway against polio, leprosy, and guinea-worm.

But the bad news is that many microbes mutate astonishingly quickly, making them highly adaptable in the evolutionary arms race with each other and with us. The following battles, covered in detail in this course, are still inconclusive:

• HIV/AIDS: Only 50 years have passed since HIV first appeared in humans, which is not long enough for the body to evolve an effective defense—or for HIV to coevolve to a less virulent strain. The most worrisome scenario is for the virus to mutate into an airborne form.
• Multiple drug resistance: In 1952, penicillin could cure virtually any infection caused by Staphylococcus. No more. Today, the bane of hospitals is the multidrug-resistant Staph strain MRSA. Even more troubling is a resistant strain of Streptococcus dubbed flesh-eating bacteria.
• Killer flu: The deadliest epidemic of all time was the 1918 flu, killing an estimated 50 to 100 million people. Starting as a normal flu, it mutated into an unusually virulent form. Scientists have recovered samples of the virus from victims of the era so they can sound the alarm when a similar flu type appears.

A Scientific Detective Story

Just as interesting as the microbes are the scientists who discovered and charted this microscopic realm. It's easy to forget that the cause of plagues and even the existence of microorganisms were a complete mystery for thousands of years, until the work of science detectives such as Louis Pasteur and Robert Koch, who laid the foundations for bacteriology; or Alexander Fleming, who discovered penicillin; or the unheralded Ernest Duchesne, who recognized the antibiotic properties of penicillin more than 30 years before Fleming, but whose work went unnoticed. Among the other pioneers of the microscopic world that you learn about are these:

• Ignaz Semmelweis: Working in Vienna in the 1840s, Semmelweis linked his hospital's high mortality rate among women in childbirth with their treatment by staff members who did frequent autopsies. The solution, washing hands with disinfectant, was rejected by his offended colleagues.
• Alexandre Yersin: When the bubonic plague struck China in the 1890s, this Swiss bacteriologist rushed to the scene. Together with a Japanese researcher, Dr. Kitasato, he discovered the plague bacillus, identifying the pathogen that had menaced the world for centuries.
• Stanley Miller: Microbial and other life had to start with complex biomolecules. In the 1950s, graduate student Stanley Miller, working under Nobel laureate Harold Urey, performed a brilliant experiment showing that the chemical precursors of life formed naturally in conditions thought to exist on the early Earth.

World of Wonder

The winner of two Mortar Board Awards for outstanding teaching from Tulane University, Professor Fleury has a gift for making science accessible to non-scientists. In Mysteries of the Microscopic World, he tackles the ideal subject, one that is unusually rich in historical and cultural connections, human stories, intriguing technical details, and relevance to the daily lives of everyone. "This is one of the most fascinating areas in biology," he notes, "not just because of the value we get from knowing how and why we get sick, but because of the sheer beauty of what's going on at the microscopic level."

After viewing this course, he says, "you'll never feel quite the same way about the world again, because wherever you go, whatever you do, you'll be more aware of all the creatures that are living around you, hidden by their small size."

About Your Professor

Dr. Bruce E. Fleury is Professor of the Practice in the Department of Ecology and Evolutionary Biology at Tulane University. He earned a B.A. from the University of Rochester in Psychology and General Science, and an M.A. in Library, Media, and Information Studies from the University of South Florida.

His career as a college reference librarian led him to Tulane University, where he became head of the university library's Science and Engineering Division. He went on to earn an M.S. and a Ph.D. in Biology, both from Tulane.

Dr. Fleury is the author of numerous articles and newspaper columns, both popular and professional, and a reference book on dinosaurs. He teaches between 600 and 700 students a year, and his courses include ornithology, introductory general biology and environmental biology, the history of life, and evolution in human health and disease. His teaching awards include two awards for outstanding teaching from the Tulane chapter of the Mortar Board National College Senior Honor Society and a Mortar Board "Last Lecture" Award, in which favorite professors are invited to give a lecture as if it were their last.

Recently, Dr. Fleury served as an advisor for Warner Brothers' space epic Green Lantern, working on several classroom and laboratory scenes, and serving as a "consulting xenobiologist" on alien life.

Course Lecture Titles

1. The Invisible Realm
2. Stone Knives to Iron Plows
3. The Angel of Death
4. Germ Theory
5. The Evolutionary Arms Race
6. Microbial Strategies
7. Virulence
8. Death by Chocolate
9. Bambi's Revenge
10. The Germ of Laziness
11. The 1918 Flu—A Conspiracy of Silence
12. The 1918 Flu—The Philadelphia Story
13. The 1918 Flu—The Search for the Virus
14. Immunity—Self versus Non-Self
15. Adaptive Immunity to the Rescue
16. AIDS—The Quiet Killer
17. The Deadly Strategy of AIDS
18. Autoimmunity—Self versus Self
19. Allergies and Asthma
20. Microbes as Weapons
21. Pandora’s Box
22. Old World to New
23. Close Encounters of the Microbial Kind
24. Microbes as Friends

More info: http://www.thegreatcourses.com/tgc/courses/course_detail.aspx?cid=1551

TTC Video - Mysteries Of The Microscopic World

TTC Video - Mysteries Of The Microscopic World

TTC Video - Mysteries Of The Microscopic World
Language: English
MP4 | XviD 613 Kbpskbps | 640 x 480 30fps | AAC 92kbps | 3.24 GB
Genre: E-Learning

An invisible world of astonishing complexity is all around you. A world so small you can't see it with the naked eye. A world so crowded that its population staggers the mind. A world in which you participate every day—often without even knowing it.

TTC Video - Kathleen M. Higgins - World Philosophy
TTC Video - Kathleen M. Higgins - World Philosophy

TTC Video - Kathleen M. Higgins - World Philosophy
English | AVI | XVID 840 kbps 29.970 fps | 640x480 | MP3 128 kbps 48 KHz | 4.16 GB
Genre: elearning

TTC Video Kathleen M. Higgins World Philosophy
TTC Video  Kathleen M. Higgins  World Philosophy

TTC Video Kathleen M. Higgins World Philosophy
English | AVI | XVID 840 kbps 29.970 fps | 640 480 | MP3 128 kbps 48 KHz | 4.16 GB

TTC Video - Kathleen M. Higgins - World Philosophy
TTC Video - Kathleen M. Higgins - World Philosophy
TTC Video - Kathleen M. Higgins - World Philosophy
English | AVI | XVID 840 kbps 29.970 fps | 640x480 | MP3 128 kbps 48 KHz | 4.16 GB
Genre: elearning

World Philosophy
The Teaching Company
Taught by Kathleen M. Higgins, Ph. D., University of Texas
24 Video Lectures, 30 minutes/lecture
This set of twenty-four lectures introduces the student to some of the central views in the world's diverse philosophical traditions. Using the orientation of Western thought as a departure, the course considers some of the alternative worldviews that developed in Africa, the Americas, India, China, and Japan.

TTC Video - World Philosophy by Kathleen M. Higgins
TTC Video - World Philosophy by Kathleen M. Higgins
TTC Video - World Philosophy by Kathleen M. Higgins
AVI | XviD 708kbps | English | 640x480 | 29.97fps | 24x30mins | mp3 stereo 128kbps | 4.2 GB
Genre: Video Training


This set of twenty four lectures introduces the student to some of the central views in the world's diverse philosophical traditions. Using the orientation of Western thought as a departure, the course considers some of the alternative worldviews that developed in Africa, the Americas, India, China, and Japan.

TTC Video - Mysteries of the Microscopic World [Full-Definition]
TTC Video - Mysteries of the Microscopic World [Full-Definition]

TTC Video - Mysteries of the Microscopic World [Full-Definition]
English | M4V | 640 x 480 29.97fps | MP3 128kbps | 30mn x 24 Lectures | 8.14 GB
Genre: e-Learning

** By request. This course is in Full-Definition, i.e., an "original" that has not been further compressed, and has been approved by mwinter! If you are looking for a smaller compressed edition, please feel free download his instead. **
Taught By Professor Bruce E. Fleury, Ph.D., Tulane University, Tulane University.



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