Instead of scrolling over the Instagram feed and other social networks at breakfast, you can find out many interesting things. Quaker gathered five lectures with the oatmeal snack maker to help wake up and tune into a productive day.
No matter how interesting the lectures are, they cannot be enjoyed if you have to follow the milk in a saucepan or burn it hot porridge. Useful Quaker snacks will help free up the time it takes to prepare breakfast. Preheat the snack in the microwave, make tea or coffee, add an apple or an orange to it - a hearty and rich in nutrients breakfast is ready.
A NASA employee talks about how for several years she and her entire department have been living according to Martian time (in this video there are Russian subtitles). Najin Cox - Spacecraft Operation Engineer at the Jet Propulsion Laboratory. Her main task is to control the rovers that explore the red planet. Every day, experts go to work at five in the evening, Martian time, when it gets dark on Mars and the rover “falls asleep”. This is necessary so that the team has time to prescribe a program of action for the Mars rovers, while they recharge during the Martian night.
A day on Mars is 40 minutes longer than Earth's. So every day, the Cox team seems to change the time zone. They even have special wrist watches with Martian time! The engineer will tell how they cope with such a schedule and why none of them refused (and is unlikely to refuse) their work.
If you perceive the Harry Potter films as a meaningless tale of wizards, it's time to look at these film works from another perspective. Ph.
D. in Philology, specialist in modern English literature, Maria Steinman discusses what kind of social system is represented in the Joan Rowling universe: the individual’s struggle with the bureaucracy (its embodiment is the Ministry of Magic and in particular Dolores Umbridge), the transition from democracy to totalitarianism and about what kind of politician was Voldemort. You will see a long-familiar story in a new light.
This is the first lecture from the course of Arzamas "Anthropology communal apartments. " It is about the rules of life in communal apartments of the XX century: what they were and who installed them.
You are unlikely to stop at one lecture - the entire course is very interesting. Here, and about petty theft, and about the fight against cockroaches in other people's lockers, and about individual doorbells, and about individual toilet seats. Like all Arzamas courses, there are a lot of additional materials: for example, you can read on the way to work how Bulgakov coped with intolerable neighbors and how modern inhabitants of St. Petersburg communal apartments live.
Elena Motova - nutritionist in the evidence-based medicine clinic Breaking Dawn, a regular expert at The Challenger and author of My Best Friend Is A Stomach.
Food for Smart People. This lecture is for those who like to have breakfast slowly: the video lasts a little less than an hour. During this time, you will find out what harmful drinking water tracker apps are, what’s wrong with separate meals and why you can (and even need) to eat after six.
New Hollywood refers to the period that came after beyond the "golden age" of the dream factory. In 1967, the American cinema studio system collapsed, and big changes began in the industry.
Contrary to expectations, this period did not decline, but presented us with paintings such as Bonnie and Clyde, One Flew Over the Cuckoo's Nest, The Whole Presidential Army, Three Women, and many others. It’s best to watch this lecture with a notebook at the ready to write down the names of films that you have not yet seen.