Tag Archives: Knowledge Theatre

FetchClimate – Microsoft Research

http://research.microsoft.com/en-us/um/cambridge/groups/science/tools/fetchclimate/default.htm FetchClimate is a fast, free, intelligent climate data retrieval service that operates over the cloud to return only the climate data you need. FetchClimate can be accessed either through a simple web interface, or via a few lines of … Continue reading

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Tools | new tools for new science

http://research.microsoft.com/en-us/um/cambridge/groups/science/tools/default.html

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chronozoomproject.org

http://www.chronozoomproject.org/

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bighistoryproject

http://www.bighistoryproject.com/ Big history weaves evidence and insights from many scientific and historical disciplines across 13.7 billion years into a single, accessible origin story. One that explores who we are, how we got here, how we are connected to everything around … Continue reading

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chronozoom

http://eps.berkeley.edu/~saekow/chronozoom/index.html ChronoZoom is the Zoomable timeline for Big History With ChronoZoom, you can browse history, rather than digging it out piece by piece. ChronoZoom is a timeline for all of history: From the Big Bang, to the time of the … Continue reading

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International Big History Association

http://ibhanet.org/  

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The Collaborative of Global and Big History

http://usm.maine.edu/bighistory/overview Big History is a history of the universe from its   origins to the present and beyond. Its aim is to provide a wide,   contextual understanding of human existence by integrating knowledge   from the natural and social sciences with the … Continue reading

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