• Every now and then you read in the newspaper about somebody whose parachute failed to open and so they died.


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  • but I like to, every now and then, I take a walk over there, just cut through Central Park


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  • They come up every now and then in springs and rivers and seas and lakes and things.


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  • Every now and then there are some crazy people who think they're Napoleon.


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  • OK. Now, last thing about variables, and then we're going to start pushing on this, is where can you use them?


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  • Specifically, what is it that American companies that, both then and now, still don't understand about China that you think you do and they don't?


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  • Cities like Gdansk, which we tend to forget about, unfortunately, which is a very important port then and still now.


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  • Now the Elder Brother, we remember, hastily dismissed his brother's pessimism, and then he insisted that the Lady's virginity was fully capable of protecting her from any such physical attack.


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  • Now, if I've asked the user for a string and then a moment later I ask the user for another string, well, they're going to end up in different locations in memory just by nature of get string.


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  • But for now all you need to know is - that these four different kingdoms-- one was where we now have Greece, another one was where Syria is, another was Egypt, and then there was another further north, but that's not as important for us.


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  • Now,and then here comes the French Revolution, and what does the French Revolution want to do?


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  • They were uniquely Japanese until pretty much the nineteenth century and then they were copied all over the world and are now very important.


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  • So, let's change our graph where we now have this zero point set as the two individuals hydrogen atoms, and then we see that our h 2 molecule is at the negative of the dissociation energy, or the negative what that bond strength is.


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  • Since then, since we know about atoms and molecules now, we can rationalize the concepts of thermodynamics using microscopic properties, 62 and if you are going to take 5.62, that's what you'd learn about.


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  • Now think of another product in American history that doubled every decade for four decades, and then imagine that that product became the country's, without question, absolute largest export.


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  • Now before you guys go, there's one more thing I wanted to mention, and then I'll show today's comedy clip which is a good one by the way-- they're all good, but this one's especially good.


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  • Well, it would be useful because if I could take cells from the skin, find stem cells in the skin and then de-differentiate them so that they were now capable of becoming liver, or brain, or things that they're not going to become in their normal site, then that could be a very powerful tool for medicine.


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  • So what Christine is arguing is, even though it's the case that 2 is not a dominated strategy, if we do the process of iterative deletion of dominated strategies and we delete the dominated strategies, then maybe we should look again and see if it's dominated now.


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  • then you've got hedges and bushes and now cars and all sorts of things you got to go over.


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