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10 MOST WORLD'S UNSOLVED MYSTERIES
10 MOST WORLD'S UNSOLVED MYSTERIES

Top10slive presents voynich manuscript it was named after the polish american antiquarian bookseller wilfrid m. Voynich, who acquired it in 1912 the voynich manuscript is a detailed 240 page book written in a language or script that is completely unknown its pages are also filled with colorful drawings have strange diagrams odd events and plants that do not seem to match any known species adding to the intrigue of the document and the difficulty of deciphering the original author of the manuscript remains unknown but carbon dating has revealed that its pages were made sometime between 1404 and 1438 it has been called the world's most mysterious manuscript theories abound about the origin and nature of the manuscript some believe it was meant to be a pharmacopoeia to address topics in medieval work early modern medicine many of the pictures have herbs and plants hint that it many have been some kinda textbook for an alchemist fact that many diagrams appear to be of astronomical origin combined with the unidentifiable biological drawings even led some fanciful theorists to propose that the book may have an alien origin one thing most theorists agree on is that the book is unlikely to ...

Human Physiology - Cell Mediated Immunity, Part 1
Human Physiology - Cell Mediated Immunity, Part 1

> > dr. Ketchum: in part five of the immune system, we’re actually going to divide this up into two more parts: 5a and 5b. Part 5a is going to be over adaptive immunity, but this is going to cover the players of adapted immunity—who the players are.

Human Physiology - Functional Anatomy of the Male Reproductive System
Human Physiology - Functional Anatomy of the Male Reproductive System

> > dr. Ketchum: in this video we will focus on the functional anatomy of the male reproductive system. Let’s begin by simply identifying structures that are important in the male reproductive system.

Human Physiology - Innate Immune System
Human Physiology - Innate Immune System

> > dr. Ketchum: so we are going to go ahead and continue our discussion of the immune system, and we’ll be discussing innate immunity. now before we discuss innate immunity, you need to understand that there’s actually two different types of immunity—one of those being innate immunity, which is also called nonspecific immunity, and the other is called acquired or adaptive immunity, which is also known as specific immunity.

Human Physiology - Introduction to the Regulation of Mean Arterial Pressure
Human Physiology - Introduction to the Regulation of Mean Arterial Pressure

> > dr. Ketchum: so to begin, we want to think about what can change your mean arterial pressure. Map is the average pressure in the aorta during one cardiac cycle.

Human Physiology - The Specific Immune Response: Characteristics of B and T Cells
Human Physiology - The Specific Immune Response: Characteristics of B and T Cells

> > dr. Ketchum: this is the part three of six for chapter 23: the immune system. And in this chapter, we’re going to look at characteristics of the b and t cells in this particular part, in part three.

Buddhism vs Christianity for Beginners  by Alan Watts
Buddhism vs Christianity for Beginners by Alan Watts

Because you see you don't get the idea of law until you move to a culture where order is based on the idea of obedience or in in the west you see are the origins of law spring from where the laws of the medes and the persians the laws of hammurabi the laws of moses and later roman law the only healthy legal tradition we have in the west is british common law which proceeds in an entirely different way from code law because you see the difference between code law and common law is that code law is laid down by the wisdom of an all-powerful ruler who tells everybody how they must behave and they must obey him but common law is evolved by discussion of particular cases rather than referring all the time to abstract principles which are put down in words and the judge the good judge is a wise man the man with a sense of equity and fairplay who arbitrates an issue which is debated in front of him

Earmarks, pork barrel projects and logrolling
Earmarks, pork barrel projects and logrolling

What we're going to do in this video is focus on the budget process in the us congress and just as a reminder that's one of the major functions of the united states congress is to

History Brief: Movies in the 1930s
History Brief: Movies in the 1930s

Movies were becoming a major part of day-to-day life in america during the 1930s. Who were the most popular film stars of the era? What did the movies mean to the people in that decade? In 1927, a movie titled the jazz singer debuted.

How does culture shape our bodies?
How does culture shape our bodies?

You must be seeing this through your eyes, hearing this through your ears, and processing what we are saying through a great organ called the brain. Your body, tough or soft as it is, makes feeling alive possible.

Russian Stereotypes
Russian Stereotypes

Stereotypes are definitely generalizations, but we all know they exist for a reason. In an earlier episode, we talked about the fixed image of americans; the rather portly, loud, proud, person who may have a fondness for carrying firearms, but now we’re moving on.

What If Earth Was Still One Continent?
What If Earth Was Still One Continent?

What if earth was still one continent? ñPangaea the world is split up into seven continents ñ north america, south america, europe, africa, asia, australia and antarctica.