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How Cold is Space?
 
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In this short explainer, Universe Today publisher Fraser Cain researchers how cold space is. What temperature do astronauts experience? What about Pluto, or the depths of space. What's the coldest possible temperature space can get? http://www.universetoday.com/77070/how-cold-is-space/ --------- If you could travel from world to world, from star to star, out into the gulfs of intergalactic space, you'd move away from the warmth of the stars into the vast and cold depths of the void. Better pack a sweater, it's going to get cold. But, how cold? How cold is space? Unlike your house, car, or swimming pool, the vacuum of space has no temperature. So, how cold is space? That's a nonsense question. It's only when you put a thing in space, like a rock, or an astronaut, that you can measure temperature. Remember there are three ways that heat can transfer: conduction, convection and radiation. Heat up one side of a metal bar, and the other side will get hot too; that's conduction. Circulating air can transfer heat from one side of the room to another; that's convection. But out in the vacuum of space, the only way heat can transfer is radiation. Photons of energy get absorbed by an object, warming it up. At the same time, photons are radiating away. If the object is absorbing more photons than it emits, it heats up. And if it emits more photons than it absorbs, it cools down. There is a theoretical point at which you can't extract any more energy from an object, this minimum possible temperature is absolute zero. As we'll see in a second, you can never get there. Let's look close to home, in orbit around the planet, at the International Space Station. A piece of bare metal in space, under constant sunlight can get as hot as two-hundred-sixty (260) degrees Celsius. This is dangerous to astronauts who have to work outside the station. If they need to handle bare metal, they wrap it in special coatings or blankets to protect themselves. And yet, in the shade, an object will cool down to below minus-one-hundred (-100) degrees Celsius. Astronauts can experience vast differences in temperature between the side facing the Sun, and the side in shadow. Their spacesuits compensate for this using heaters and cooling systems. Let's talk a little further out. As you travel away from the Sun, the temperature of an object in space plummets. The surface temperature of Pluto can get as low as minus-two-hundred-forty (-240) Celsius, just thirty-three (33) degrees above absolute zero. Clouds of gas and dust between the stars within our galaxy are only ten (10) to twenty (20) degrees above absolute zero. And if you travel out far away from everything in the Universe, you can never get lower than a minimum of just two-point-seven (2.7) Kelvin or minus-two-hundred-sevety-point-four-five (-270.45) Celsius. This is the temperature of the cosmic microwave background radiation, which permeates the entire Universe. In space? It's as cold as it can get.
Views: 132312 Fraser Cain
Conduction | Heat | Physics
 
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In this activity we explore how conduction works. We affix pins on a metal spoon with the help of some molten wax. As we heat the spoon, we observe that the pins fall of one after another, staring from the pin that was closest to the spirit lamp. This method of heat transfer is called conduction and takes place only in solids. In conduction the particles in the object transfer heat without moving from one place to another in the object.
Views: 14695 KClassScienceChannel
The Science of Lightning | National Geographic
 
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National Geographic explores the science behind lightning strikes. Lightning strikes during thunderstorms kill more Americans each year than either tornadoes or hurricanes. ➡ Subscribe: http://bit.ly/NatGeoSubscribe About National Geographic: National Geographic is the world's premium destination for science, exploration, and adventure. Through their world-class scientists, photographers, journalists, and filmmakers, Nat Geo gets you closer to the stories that matter and past the edge of what's possible. Get More National Geographic: Official Site: http://bit.ly/NatGeoOfficialSite Facebook: http://bit.ly/FBNatGeo Twitter: http://bit.ly/NatGeoTwitter Instagram: http://bit.ly/NatGeoInsta The Science of Lightning | National Geographic https://youtu.be/h-0gNl5f4BU National Geographic https://www.youtube.com/natgeo
Views: 524041 National Geographic
Bad call: Chris Bosh travels, refs ignore it - Heat @ Bulls, Game 3
 
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Every fan in the arena detects the obvious 4-step travel by Chris Bosh. The officials do not, and Battier hits the 3.
Views: 3304 DavoBirminghamNBA
LeBron tackles Heat fan who hits $75,000 shot!
 
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Check out this wild highlight of one lucky Heat fan who throws up a one-handed hook shot from half court and sinks it for 75,000 dollars, much to the delight of all the fans & players in the arena, especially LeBron James, who storms the court and tackles him!
Views: 41965512 NBA
Black Girls Travel to In The Heat of Phoenix, Arizona
 
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Founder of Black Girls Travel To travels to Phoenix, Arizona and quickly learn that there is a different kind of HEAT in the DESERT.....
Views: 1951 BlackGirlsTravelToo
How Dwyane Wade Lost A Game To Celtics By Himself
 
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FOLLOW: http://twitter.com/bballSource Google+: http://bit.ly/15yjZVY Facebook: http://bit.ly/15yjZVY Coach Nick examines the thrilling final 5 minutes of this game between the Boston Celtics and the Miami Heat. While LeBron James had his typical dominating night, both he and Dwyane Wade committed bad mistakes down the stretch that ultimately allowed the Celtics to miraculously pull this one out. While the game might have seemed to have turned on the final shot by Jeff Green, a number of little things happened in the fourth quarter that all add up to the result. Brad Stevens continues to impress with his cool under fire demeanor, managing the game perfectly, possession by possession, giving his Celtics the best chance to win - which is all you can ask of a coach.
Views: 361926 BBALLBREAKDOWN
How does Heat move?
 
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Heat transfer can happen in three ways. Conduction, Convection, and Radiation. What is Light: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=nXOkp3mEOrE Music by Nathaniel Schroeder, drschroeder https://soundcloud.com/drschroeder Subscribe to mathtothescience -it's free-http://goo.gl/yrfNM Mathtothescience is now on Facebook http://goo.gl/NFpfv twitter @math2thescience reddit /r/mathtothescience Music by Nathanial Schroeder https://soundcloud.com/drschroeder Topics from the fields of Math and Science on this channel - every week
Views: 2549 MathtotheScience
Empty Space is NOT Empty
 
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An atom is mostly empty space, but empty space is mostly not empty. The reason it looks empty is because electrons and photons don't interact with the stuff that is there, quark and gluon field fluctuations. It actually takes energy to clear out space and make a true 'empty' vacuum. This seems incredibly counter-intuitive but we can make an analogy to a permanent magnet. When at low energies, like at room temperature, there is a magnetic field around the magnet due to the alignment of all the magnetic moments of the atoms. But if you add some energy to it by heating it, the particles gain thermal energy, which above the Curie temperature makes their magnetic moments randomly oriented and hence destroying the magnetic field. So in this case energy is needed to clear out the field, just as in the quantum vacuum. Special thanks to Professor Derek Leinweber, find out more about his research here: http://bit.ly/ZZTKFP
Views: 1585651 Veritasium
Miami Heat fan travels from New Jersey to watch team win NBA championship
 
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A proud Miami Heat fan comes to Dick's Sporting Goods in Boynton Beach early Friday morning to pick up his favorite team's NBA champion before returning to New Jersey after a quick trip to South Florida to watch his team win back-to-back titles.
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Counting Cars: Time Travel | History
 
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When Danny gets tipped off about a 1946 Packard he travels back in time to an era that is long gone. Subscribe for more Counting Cars: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UC9MAhZQQd9egwWCxrwSIsJQ?sub_confirmation=1 Check out exclusive Counting Cars videos and full episodes: http://www.history.com/shows/counting-cars Check out our Facebook games, and other exclusive content: https://www.facebook.com/HISTORYCountingCars Keep up to date with everything HISTORY by following us on Twitter: https://twitter.com/history #CountingCars Check out our Facebook games, and other exclusive content: https://www.facebook.com/History Don%u2019t miss a new episode! Sign up for Counting Cars email updates: http://www.history.com/emails/sign-up Follow HISTORY on StumbleUpon: http://www.stumbleupon.com/channel/HISTORY Counting Cars HISTORY®, now reaching more than 98 million homes, is the leading destination for award-winning original series and specials that connect viewers with history in an informative, immersive, and entertaining manner across all platforms. The network’s all-original programming slate features a roster of hit series, epic miniseries, and scripted event programming. Visit us at HISTORY.com for more info.
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How Long Does It Take Sunlight to Reach Earth?
 
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Here's a question, how long does it take sunlight to travel from the Sun to the Earth? Universe Today publisher Fraser Cain answers that question in this short video, and explains the long strange journey photons take from the core of the on their path to reach your eyeballs. http://www.universetoday.com/15021/how-long-does-it-take-sunlight-to-reach-the-earth/
Views: 92385 Fraser Cain
How Does Light Bend? | Earth Lab
 
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Light travels faster than anything, so how can we hope to bend it? This experiment demonstrates. Subscribe to Earth Lab for more fascinating science videos - http://bit.ly/SubscribeToEarthLab All the best Earth Lab videos http://bit.ly/EarthLabOriginals Best of BBC Earth videos http://bit.ly/TheBestOfBBCEarthVideos Here at BBC Earth Lab we answer all your curious questions about science in the world around you. If there’s a question you have that we haven’t yet answered or an experiment you’d like us to try let us know in the comments on any of our videos and it could be answered by one of our Earth Lab experts. Want to share your views with the team behind BBC Earth and win prizes? Join our fan panel here: http://tinyurl.com/YouTube-BBCEarth-FanPanel This is a channel from BBC Studios who help fund new BBC programmes. Service information and feedback: https://www.bbcworldwide.com/ContactWizard
Views: 67474 BBC Earth Lab
When Water Flows Uphill
 
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*** http://www.patreon.com/scifri - Please Help Support Our Video Productions *** In the Leidenfrost Effect, a water droplet will float on a layer of its own vapor if heated to certain temperature. This common cooking phenomenon takes center stage in a series of playful experiments by physicists at the University of Bath, who discovered new and fun means to manipulate the movement of water. Researchers test ridged surfaces in order to control the movements of hot water.
Views: 2743785 SciFri
Interface Region Imaging Spectrograph
 
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Lying just above the sun's surface is an enigmatic region of the solar atmosphere called the interface region. A relatively thin region, just 3,000 to 6,000 miles thick, it pulses with movement: Zones of different temperature and density are scattered throughout, while energy and heat course through the solar material. Understanding how the energy travels through this region -- energy that helps heat the upper layer of the atmosphere, the corona, to temperatures of 1 million kelvins (about 1.8 million F), some thousand times hotter than the sun's surface itself -- is the goal of NASA's Interface Region Imaging Spectrograph, or IRIS, scheduled to launch on June 26, 2013, from California's Vandenberg Air Force Base. Scientists wish to understand the interface region in exquisite detail, because energy flowing through this region has an effect on so many aspects of near-Earth space. For one thing, despite the intense amount of energy deposited into the interface region, only a fraction leaks through, but this fraction drives the solar wind, the constant stream of particles that flows out to fill the entire solar system. The interface region is also the source of most of the sun's ultraviolet emission, which impacts both the near-Earth space environment and Earth's climate. IRIS's capabilities are uniquely tailored to unravel the interface region by providing both high-resolution images and a kind of data known as spectra. For its high-resolution images, IRIS will capture data on about 1 percent of the sun at a time. While these are relatively small snapshots, IRIS will be able to see very fine features, as small as 150 miles across. The velocity, temperature and density information will be provided by IRIS' spectrograph. While ultraviolet images look at only one wavelength of light at a time, spectrographs show information about many wavelengths of light at once. Spectrographs split the sun's light into its various wavelengths and measure how much of any given wavelength is present. This is then portrayed on a graph showing spectral 'lines'. Taller lines correspond to wavelengths in which the sun emits relatively more light. Analysis of the spectral lines can also provide velocity, temperature and density information, key information when trying to track how energy and heat moves through the region. Not only does IRIS provide state-of-the-art observations to look at the interface region, it makes uses of advanced computing to help interpret what it sees. Indeed, interpreting the light flowing out of the interface region could not be done well prior to the advent of today's supercomputers because, in this area of the sun, photons of light bounce around so much that it is difficult to understand the path the photon traveled.
Views: 83 Kowch737
lbj travel? - game 4 heat bulls
 
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Bosh travel before heat score
 
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This is to show you how inconsistent the NBA refs are....
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Van Dwelling Video Response~Battling the Arizona Heat/Gulf Coast Suggestions
 
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Views: 1627 Tiny Home Tours
Best Time to Visit Hyderabad | Hyderabad Travel
 
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Watch more How to Visit Hyderabad videos: http://www.howcast.com/videos/512868-Best-Time-to-Visit-Hyderabad-Hyderabad-Travel Planning a trip to Hyderabad? Learn what is the best time of year to visit in this travel video. Tip: If you can't stand the heat, avoid May, when temperatures can pass 100º F! Your biggest concern when deciding what time of year to visit Hyderabad is likely to be the weather. The summer months can be scorching, with temperatures over 100 º F, though evenings and mornings will usually be a little cooler. The hottest month of the year is May, so avoid going to Hyderabad then at all costs. Hyderabad also sees heavy rain between the months of June and September, with September being the rainiest month–so don’t go then unless you want to be cooped up inside instead of out exploring the city. On the other hand, if you’d like to escape harsh winter weather at home, Hyderabad is a good choice, since it never really gets cold there. Winter temperatures tend to have highs around 80 º F and lows around 50 º F. The coolest month is January, while February is still tolerable and also has the most hours of sunlight each day. For the most pleasant and convenient visit to Hyderabad, look for deals between October and March.
Views: 1737 Howcast
Radiation, Conduction, Convection Song
 
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Here is a song I created for my 6th grade science students. I hope you enjoy When the days are cold This is what we're told The transfer of heat From hot to the cold When the heat will sail Through the air it's said It's radiation Using infrared The Sun provides the truth The rays come down on you Fireplace on inside You feel the waves of fire No matter how the heat Different temperatures meet No matter where heat's from Hot to cold how it's done Radiation heat It goes through the skies Convection fluids rise It's where the heat's applied Don't get too close You touch the fire Conduction heat goes by Three ways heat is supplied If you've walked at all On the sand that's warm When the light is out All your toes get burned So the heat in place Will be passed away To the molecules Of the nearby space All this is conduction Works well in solids Though this heat will come through Through liquids bad it's true No matter how the heat Different temperatures meet No matter where heat's from Hot to cold how it's done Radiation heat It goes through the skies Convection fluids rise It's where the heat's applied Don't get too close You touch the fire Conduction heat goes by Three ways heat is supplied They say when heat will make The fluids near it change The liquids and gasses Makes convection currents The air it changes right From source of heat or light It's moving to and fro Bringing heat with it now Radiation heat It goes through the skies Convection fluids rise It's where the heat's applied Don't get too close You touch the fire Conduction heat goes by Three ways heat is supplied
Views: 421368 ParrMr
The Heart Song
 
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Here is a song I created to help my 6th grade students study. I hope you enjoy. (Pump) (Blood) (Pump) (Blood) (Pump) Let's start with atrium right (Blood) Carbon dioxide is high (Pump) Blood moves down to ventricle (Blood) Pumping this blood to the lungs (Pump) Oxygen poor blood (Blood) (Pump) (Blood) Onto the left atrium (Pump) All this blood has oxygen (Blood) Moving in right from the lungs (Pump) Down to ventricle it pumps (Blood) Aorta sends out blood (Pump) 1,2,3 Heart muscles relax filling up with blood it's in your heart Atria contract fill the ventricles contract to (Pump) (Blood) (Pump) (Blood) (Pump) Group of cells makes heart contract (Blood) Pacemakers they're called in fact (Pump) Gets info adjusting rate (Blood) Oxygen your body needs (Pump) The heart beating (Blood) (Pump) Exercise faster heartbeat (Blood) 1,2,3 Heart muscles relax filling up with blood it's in your heart Atria contract fill the ventricles contract to pump Blood, we need it now The heart's a pump So blood goes in and out Heart muscles relax filling up with blood it's in your heart Atria contract fill the ventricles contract to (Pump) (Blood) (Pump) (Blood)
Views: 1290452 ParrMr
With The Gear — Bringing the Heat With the Active Denial System
 
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Want to know more about the equipment that keeps the gears turning in your Marine Corps? Check out the Corps Report's monthly segment, With The Gear. Lance Cpl. Clayton Filipowicz travels to Joint Base Langley-Eustis to show a first-hand look into the Department of Defense's latest advancement in non-lethal technology, the Active Denial System. Video by Lance Cpl. Clayton Filipowicz Photos by Sgt. Justin Boling Courtesy footage by Staff Sgt. Andrew Milner Article on Active Denial System: http://www.dvidshub.net/image/1020858/active-denial-system-proves-non-lethal-maritime-security-capabilities#.UkCc36SHecM Broadcast of Active Denial System: http://www.dvidshub.net/video/301663/active-denial-system-undergoes-demonstration#.UkCc3aSHecM Past footage of Active Denial System: http://www.dvidshub.net/video/139338/active-denial-system-demo#.UkCdxqSHecM
Views: 92169 Marines
Heat Movement in your Home | Insta-Insulation
 
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In this video owner Alex Schuts talks about how air travels through your home, and how a well insulated attic can increase your energy efficiency. Contact us today for your free consultation. Check out our website - http://www.instainsulation.com/ Like us on Facebook - http://www.facebook.com/instainsulation Follow us on Twitter - @instainsulation Subscribe to our YouTube channel - https://www.youtube.com/user/InstaInsulation2009
Views: 1077 InstaInsulation2009
Science - Sources  of Light - Basic - English
 
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It explains about sources of light like natural source, artificial source. It also describes about luminous and non-luminous objects with proper examples. Next, learn how a shadow is formed and properties of shadow, watch: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=KXdr1YwmNWc About us: We are a social enterprise working on a mission to make school learning interesting, relevant and affordable to every child on this planet. You can watch our FREE online videos at http://www.bodhaguru.com/watch and download our practice application/games - just visit http://www.bodhaguru.com/play If you like our videos, subscribe to our channel http://www.youtube.com/user/BodhaGuruLearning. Feel free to connect with us at http://www.facebook.com/BodhaGuru OR http://twitter.com/Bodhaguru Have fun, while you learn. Thanks for watching -- Team BodhaGuru
Views: 151059 Bodhaguru
Wade's travel vs Indiana Pacers 5-29-2013
 
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Was this a travel? Apparently not, Sports Illustrated's Rob Mahoney breaks down why this was not a travel: http://dlvr.it/3RX02g
Views: 60849 treasy
Miami Heat Fan Reacting to Traveling
 
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My roommate reacting to a traveling charge during Heat-Pacers game.
Views: 76 Jase Hardy
Best Time to Visit Amsterdam | Amsterdam Travel
 
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Watch more How to Visit Amsterdam videos: http://www.howcast.com/videos/512227-Best-Time-to-Visit-Amsterdam-Amsterdam-Travel Planning a trip to Amsterdam? Learn what is the best time of year to visit the city in this travel video. Tips include when to catch the famous Holland tulips in bloom. Amsterdam isn’t known for extreme weather any time of the year, and it’s also never cheap, but some months are still better to visit during than others. Summer in Amsterdam is pleasant and generally mild. The warmest months are July and August, but it rarely gets hotter than 75 degrees Fahrenheit even then, so the heat is nothing to worry about. But those are also the most popular months for tourists, so expect crowds and high prices if you go then. Winter will have fewer crowds and less expensive room rates, but the days will be cold and short, with as few as 8 hours of sunlight during December. Spring, early summer, and fall are ideal times to visit for mild weather and more moderate prices. Early April to mid-May, when the tulips bloom, is especially nice–though you should book your rooms in advance, since this is a popular time to visit the city. But no matter when you go, you won’t be bored–there’s always something to do in Amsterdam.
Views: 5358 Howcast
Bad call: Joakim Noah loose ball foul - Heat @ Bulls, Game 3
 
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The Heat were again the beneficiaries of virtually every missed call and 50/50 call in Game 3. This phantom foul, Noah's 5th, effectively ended the game. The banged up Bulls have no margin for error, so it's saddening to see them play 5-on-8 so often in this series.
Views: 5589 DavoBirminghamNBA
Lebron game winner vs. Pacers
 
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Lebron James, Lebron game winner, Heat vs Pacers game 1, OT game winner by Lebron, Lebron travels to hit game winner in OT against Pacers. 5-22-13
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Baker baking fresh bread in oven
 
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Baker baking bread using dough and water . Baking is a food cooking method that uses prolonged dry heat by convection, rather than by thermal radiation, normally in an oven, but also in hot ashes, or on hot stones.The most common baked item is bread but many other types of foods are baked. Heat is gradually transferred "from the surface of cakes, cookies and breads to their centre. As heat travels through it transforms batters and doughs into baked goods with a firm dry crust and a softer centre".Baking can be combined with grilling to produce a hybrid barbecue variant, by using both methods simultaneously or one before the other, cooking twice. Baking is related to barbecuing because the concept of the masonry oven is similar to that of a smoke pit. Baking has been traditionally done at home by women for domestic consumption, by men in bakeries and restaurants for local consumption and when production was industrialised, by machines in large factories. The art and skill of baking remains a fundamental one and important for nutrition, as baked goods, especially breads, are a common food, economically and culturally important. A person who prepares baked goods as a profession is called a baker. Source :-Wikipedia This footage is part of the professionally-shot broadcast stock footage archive of Wilderness Films India Ltd., the largest collection of HD imagery from South Asia. The Wilderness Films India collection comprises of tens of thousands of hours of high quality broadcast imagery, mostly shot on HDCAM / SR 1080i High Definition, Alexa, SR, HDV and XDCAM. Write to us for licensing this footage on a broadcast format, for use in your production! We are happy to be commissioned to film for you or else provide you with broadcast crewing and production solutions across South Asia. We pride ourselves in bringing the best of India and South Asia to the world... Reach us at rupindang @ gmail . com and [email protected]
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BBC - Italy Unpacked: The Art of the Feast
 
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Andrew Graham-Dixon and chef Giorgio Locatelli travel through Italy exploring the country's history, culture, food, art and landscape. Their journey begins in Bologna, the capital of Emilia-Romagna, one of the richest regions in Italy. They find out why the city is know as la Dotta (the Learned), la Grassa (the Fat) and la Rossa (the Red), while visiting its shops, art institutions and the oldest university in the world. Andrew and Giorgio experience the social and friendly atmosphere of the region and meet fishermen casting huge nets at the mouth of the river Po. From there, it is a short journey to Ferrara where they discover the legacy left by the famous dynasty d'Este, and to Modena, home of balsamic vinegar and Ferrari. Finally, Giorgio reveals the source of modern Italian cuisine - at the Palatina Library in Parma he views an original copy of the first cook book of the newly united Italy - while Andrew admires Correggio's magnificent fresco in the dome of Parma Cathedral.
Views: 468024 KakaTonyLa
Wade did not Travel
 
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Just one of the many horrendous calls against Miami in Game 4 ECF Heat-Pacers 2013.
Views: 2506 EveryoneFlops
Prepping Substrates with No Days Mosaic Adhesives
 
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When working with No Days Mosaic Adhesive or No Days Groutless Mosaic adhesive, it can be helpful to prep your substrate with the adhesive before starting to mosaic, making it easier to work with the sheets. Different reasons you may want to prep your substrate include: -preventing the adhesive sheet from moving while you're working on it -piecing several pieces of adhesive into one uniform surface -being able to heat set small portions of the mosaic without the adhesive pulling back on itself where it's not covered There are several different methods you can use to set the adhesive to your substrate, including: -standard heat gun or embossing heat tool -No Days Curing Station -oven -kiln -iron -toaster oven -electric skillet To prepare the No Days Mosaic Adhesive on your substrate: Make sure the surface of the substrate is clean of debris Cut the adhesive to the size of the substrate. You can piece together small bits of adhesive to cover the surface if you need to. Lay the adhesive down and place the white release paper on top with the shiny release surface down. The release liner is the white paper that comes in the package with the No Days Mosaic Adhesive and Groutless Mosaic Adhesives. Old packages of adhesive came with pink paper, which is NOT release liner. If you have a bunch of the old packaging, but need some release liner, you can contact customer service to order the silicon release paper separately. Heat the adhesive until it becomes transparent Let the adhesive cool, then peel off the release liner and begin building your mosaic! If you peel back the release liner and the adhesive hasn't gone transparent, you may want to try again. The adhesive sheet is attached to your substrate. But, if you end up heat setting small sections of the mosaic, the adhesive can pull back on itself, exposing bare areas of the substrate. If you peel back the liner before the adhesive has cooled down, the adhesive will stick to the release liner. Place the release liner back down on the substrate and reheat, waiting longer before peeling back the release liner.. For working with a glass base, it's important to heat evenly to prevent thermal shock and cracking of the glass. Using an oven, kiln or on an electric skillet ensures an even heat across the entire surface of the base. To prep the glass substrate, cut the adhesive to fit the base and place the glass in or on the room temperature surface; then, set the thermostat to 200ºF (93ºC). The adhesive will activate and turn transparent as the heat travels through the glass. Remove the glass after 5-10 minutes and be sure to set it on a warm or insulating surface that will not shock it. When the adhesive cools, it's ready to mosaic. When prepping in the oven, it's possible for the adhesive to curl back in areas and expose the bare substrate. To prevent this, place the release liner shiny side down on top of the adhesive covered substrate with a weight on top of it. If you do end up with exposed areas, cut more adhesive to put under the tiles before building your mosaic. If you choose to prep your surface with adhesive, you'll be able to heat set areas of your mosaic without the adhesive shrinking back. It helps create a uniform surface when working with adhesive film scraps, and the adhesive will no longer move across the surface of your mosaic making it less likely that tiles will shift when inadvertently bumped. For more project ideas and instructional videos, visit streuter.com. For ordering information or help with questions, email [email protected]
Views: 1498 No Days Adhesives
Best Time to Visit | Houston Travel
 
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Watch more How to Visit Houston videos: http://www.howcast.com/videos/514479-Best-Time-to-Visit-Houston-Travel Planning a trip to Houston, Texas? Learn about the best time of year to visit in this travel video. Tip: If you go in the spring and venture outside the city, you'll get to see the famous Texas bluebonnets. Unless you’re already used to extreme heat, skip visiting Houston in the summer. Air conditioning is just about everywhere, and for good reason. The locals find the heat and humidity just as stifling as everybody else. Average highs are in the 90s, and the humidity makes it feel even hotter. It’s also very rainy in the summer. Fall heat isn’t as intense, but it’s still warm. Fall can see significant rain too, as hurricane season comes into full swing. Flooding in summer and fall is not unusual. It’s no secret that Texas is hot, but it’s not always too bad. The winter is a pleasant time to visit. It cools down considerably but rarely freezes. It’s also one of drier seasons -- snow and winter storms are uncommon. Winter is also when Houston receives the fewest visitors, so you won’t have to deal with crowds and it will be easier to find good deals. Spring is another good time to visit. It will be warm, but not unbearable yet. Though there are thunderstorms, spring is generally one of the drier seasons. As an added bonus, you’ll get to see the famous Texas bluebonnets -- a beautiful blue flower that pops up all over the state in spring -- if you venture outside of the city. Like in the winter, Houston also doesn’t see as many visitors during the spring, so it’s a good time to find bargains. There are things to do in Houston year-round, but for the best weather and prices, opt for a visit in the winter or spring.
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MELO TRAVELS... No Call
 
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Carmelo Anthony gets a fast break layup. No call on the travel tho.
Views: 3351 Mario Robinson
Peyragudes Never Dies Raw Race Heat
 
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2nd round race heat.
Views: 5811 Connor Ferguson
LeBron James leads Heat to Game 7 victory!
 
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Check out the full game highlights from LeBron James' BIG game 7 performance against the Pacers in South Beach as he leads the Heat to their 3rd consecutive NBA Finals appearance! About the NBA: The NBA is the premier professional basketball league in the United States and Canada. The league is truly global, with games and programming in 215 countries and territories in 47 languages, as well as rosters that currently feature 85 international players from 36 countries and territories. For the 2012-13 season, each of the league's 30 teams will play 82 regular-season games, followed by a postseason for those that qualify. The NBA consists of the following teams: Atlanta Hawks; Boston Celtics; Brooklyn Nets; Charlotte Bobcats; Chicago Bulls; Cleveland Cavaliers; Dallas Mavericks; Denver Nuggets; Detroit Pistons; Golden State Warriors; Houston Rockets; Indiana Pacers; Los Angeles Clippers; Los Angeles Lakers; Memphis Grizzlies; Miami Heat; Milwaukee Bucks; Minnesota Timberwolves; New Orleans Hornets; New York Knicks; Oklahoma City Thunder; Orlando Magic; Philadelphia 76ers; Phoenix Suns; Portland Trail Blazers; Sacramento Kings; San Antonio Spurs; Toronto Raptors; Utah Jazz; Washington Wizards. The NBA offers real time access to live regular season NBA games with a subscription to NBA LEAGUE PASS, available globally for TV, broadband, and mobile. Real-time Stats, Scores, Highlights and more are available to fans on web and mobile with NBA Game Time. For more information, as well as all the latest NBA news and highlights, log onto the league's official website at http://www.NBA.com Subscribe on YouTube: http://www.youtube.com/nba Subscribe to NBA LEAGUE PASS http://www.nba.com/leaguepass Download NBA Game Time http://www.nba.com/mobile Like us on Facebook: http://www.facebook.com/nba Follow us on Twitter: http://www.twitter.com/nba Follow us on Instagram: http://www.instagram.com/nba Follow us on Tumblr http://nba.tumblr.com Shop for NBA Gear: http://store.nba.com
Views: 384950 NBA
Tony Parker Incredible Clutch Shot Buzzer Beater vs. Heat On Lebron GM 1 NBA Finals
 
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All credit goes to the NBA and ABC Remember to Watch in HD
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LeBron James Crazy Alley-Oop over Jason Terry - Heat vs Celtics - 3.18.13
 
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Lebron James dunks on Jason Terry!! Crazy alley-oop!
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Ciara Bravo Time Travels with THE VAMPS: Exclusive Behind-the-Scenes Photoshoot Interview
 
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Watch The Vamps' single 'Can We Dance' now! - http://bit.ly/GT5s2j Ciara Bravo took AwesomenessTV to the Venice Boardwalk in sunny California to interview her friends The Vamps! They talk all about time travel, their collective crush on Taylor Swift, and who their musical influences are. Check it out! → CREDITS ← Hosted by Ciara Bravo - https://twitter.com/ciarabravo Music provided by Extreme Music. → AWESOMENESSTV ← subscribe! https://bit.ly/Subscribe2AwesomenessTV join the AwesomenessTV Network!!! http://bit.ly/AwesomenessTVNetwork http://bit.ly/SubscribeATVNetwork get AwesomenessTV merch! http://bit.ly/ATVMerchStore facebook. twitter. instagram. G+. tumblr. http://facebook.com/awesomenesstv http://bit.ly/FollowAwesomenessTV http://instagram.com/awesomenesstv https://plus.google.com/+AwesomenessTV http://awesomenesstv.tumblr.com → AWESOMENESSTV SHOWS ← Drama http://bit.ly/RunawaysSeason1 http://bit.ly/RunawaysSeason2 http://bit.ly/BeforeTheyWereRunawaysPlaylists Beauty & How To http://bit.ly/OOTDPlaylist http://bit.ly/MakeMeOver2Playlist http://bit.ly/IMOPlayIist http://bit.ly/2DIYforPlaylist Entertainment http://bit.ly/AwesomenessHollywoodPlaylist http://bit.ly/DailyReportPlaylist http://bit.ly/BOPReportPlaylist http://bit.ly/DearHunterPlaylist Comedy http://bit.ly/JanoskiansTakeoverPlaylist http://bit.ly/RandomnessPlayIist http://bit.ly/TerryTheTomboyPlaylist http://bit.ly/CrazyISayPlayIist Music http://bit.ly/AustinMahoneTakeoverPlaylist http://bit.ly/MahomieMadnessPlaylist http://bit.ly/MindlessTakeoverPlaylist http://bit.ly/GreysonChanceTakeoverPlaylist http://bit.ly/JacobLatimoreTakeoverPlaylist http://bit.ly/TiffanyTakeoverPlayIist http://bit.ly/KatGrahamRoadToPlaylist Reality http://bit.ly/CheerleadersPlaylist http://bit.ly/FifteenFierceFabulousPlaylist → ATV NETWORK SHOWS ← http://bit.ly/HowToBeAYouTubeStarPlaylist http://bit.ly/NewsFromTheNetwork http://bit.ly/MashupMayhemPlaylist http://bit.ly/ATVNPresentsPlaylist → AWESOMENESSX SHOWS ← http://bit.ly/HotModelShowX http://bit.ly/TheCityHoopsX http://bit.ly/Sk8SpotterzX http://bit.ly/MashupMayhemX http://bit.ly/SkiDavidWiseX http://bit.ly/SkateCityChinaX http://bit.ly/BlowUpGuysX http://bit.ly/BabyGagaX http://bit.ly/FingerlingsX http://bit.ly/FrankDogX http://bit.ly/HowToBeAwesomeX http://bit.ly/ThatWasAwesomeX
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Mexico & the Mighty Habanero.  Fun facts on the Habanero Pepper
 
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Pepper Joe travels to the Yucatan Peninsula in Mexico to learn more about the Habanero Pepper. This region produces 500,000 Tons of Habanero's. You may be surprised at the Habanero's size and heat level here.
Views: 3517 Pepper Joe's
How to Bring Breast Milk on a Plane | Baby Travel
 
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Watch more How to Travel with a Baby videos: http://www.howcast.com/videos/511661-How-to-Bring-Breast-Milk-on-a-Plane-Baby-Travel Hi. I'm Jennifer Durbin, and I've got some tips for you if you're traveling with breast milk or formula. When you're flying, you may be worried that you can't carry all of the liquids with you that you'd want to; for instance, all of your breast milk, premixed formula, things like that, but usually you can. Be sure to check the current TSA regulations before you travel so you don't get stuck at security, but right now there aren't any limits on how much breast milk or premixed formula you can carry with you; but keep in mind you do have to carry it, so you don't want to take too much. Just make sure you have enough for the trip, and if you're traveling with a good bit of breast milk, consider freezing it and putting it in your check bag. You can leave it on dry ice or just with ice packs, and it will make the trip just fine. Be sure when you're going through security to let the agent know that you're traveling with premixed formula or breast milk, especially if you're not traveling with the baby, because they won't be expecting to see those things. If you let them know, it makes the process much easier. Now when you get to your destination or while you're traveling, if you've got frozen breast milk that you need to thaw, just get a cup of hot water. On the plane, ask for a cup of hot water in a coffee cup, and you can stick the bottle in there, and it will warm it up quite quickly. On the other hand, if you're traveling without baby and pumping and need to be transporting that breast milk, be sure you have ice packs with you. So when you travel with your baby, you always call ahead of time to make sure the hotel puts a mini fridge in your room. Do the same thing if you're pumping while traveling without your baby. That way you can put the breast milk in the freezer and travel with it frozen. If you're in a pinch and want to ship breast milk home, no problem. Just stop by a shipping store. They'll usually have dry ice or something similar that you can ship the breast milk home with, and it can stay at room temperature for quite a number of hours, so keep that in a mind. In a pinch, I like to stop and get a really large to-go cup, fill it up half way with ice, and then you can throw your breast milk bags in it. So that will get you through your flight home. Make sure that you clearly label any breast milk you're traveling with. You wouldn't want a TSA agent to inadvertently open it, so just put a big label on it that says "breast milk." Also, when you're going through security, you can't take a bottle of water with you. So if you're traveling with powdered formula, that's fine. Just grab a bottle of water at the gate and you'll be good to go.
Views: 25204 Howcast
Album Releases: Tuesday 12/10/2013 - Graywhale Weekly Update
 
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Solaris - LP Soundtrack Caspian - Hymns For The Greatest Generation Neil Young - Live At The Cellar Door Velvet Underground - White Light White Heat Atmosphere - Seven's Travels Katy Perry - Prism LP Linkin Park - Recharged Slayer - Discography LP Reissues Evergreen Terrace - Dead Horses The Jealous Sound - Kill Them With Kindness Crown The Empire - The Fallout + Limitless Nightwish - Showtime, Storytime Fyrnask - Eldir Nott The Ocean - Collective Oblivion R. Kelly - Black Panties Bone Thugs N Harmony - Art Of War III Childish Gambino - Because The Internet Nick Cannon - Fuck Nick Cannon Titus - Voice In My Head DVD/Blu-Ray: Futurama - Season 8 Futurama - Complete Series Also Available This Week: Big - 25th Anniversary Mary Poppins - 50th Anniversary Despicable Me 2 7 Days Of Funk E-40 - Welcome To The Block Brochure Joshua James - Well, Then, I'll Go To Hell
Views: 396 GraywhaleUtah
The Worst Travel NO-CALL In NBA History
 
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Kirk Hinrich Evidently forgot the Pivot rules in Basketball and so did the Refs
Views: 29862 SourcesSayMedia
NBA Rooks: Life On the Road
 
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See how the NBA's rookies adjust to one of the toughest things about being an NBA player: Life on the Road. About the NBA: The NBA is the premier professional basketball league in the United States and Canada. The league is truly global, with games and programming in 215 countries and territories in 47 languages, as well as rosters that currently feature 85 international players from 36 countries and territories. For the 2012-13 season, each of the league's 30 teams will play 82 regular-season games, followed by a postseason for those that qualify. The NBA consists of the following teams: Atlanta Hawks; Boston Celtics; Brooklyn Nets; Charlotte Bobcats; Chicago Bulls; Cleveland Cavaliers; Dallas Mavericks; Denver Nuggets; Detroit Pistons; Golden State Warriors; Houston Rockets; Indiana Pacers; Los Angeles Clippers; Los Angeles Lakers; Memphis Grizzlies; Miami Heat; Milwaukee Bucks; Minnesota Timberwolves; New Orleans Hornets; New York Knicks; Oklahoma City Thunder; Orlando Magic; Philadelphia 76ers; Phoenix Suns; Portland Trail Blazers; Sacramento Kings; San Antonio Spurs; Toronto Raptors; Utah Jazz; Washington Wizards. The NBA offers real time access to live regular season NBA games with a subscription to NBA LEAGUE PASS, available globally for TV, broadband, and mobile. Real-time Stats, Scores, Highlights and more are available to fans on web and mobile with NBA Game Time. For more information, as well as all the latest NBA news and highlights, log onto the league's official website at http://www.NBA.com Subscribe on YouTube: http://www.youtube.com/nba Subscribe to NBA LEAGUE PASS http://www.nba.com/leaguepass Download NBA Game Time http://www.nba.com/mobile Like us on Facebook: http://www.facebook.com/nba Follow us on Twitter: http://www.twitter.com/nba Follow us on Instagram: http://www.instagram.com/nba Follow us on Tumblr http://nba.tumblr.com Shop for NBA Gear: http://store.nba.com
Views: 943648 NBA
Did Dwayne Wade Travel? Pacers VS Heat ECF | 2k13
 
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Rules: www.nba.com/nba101/misunderstood_0708.html Dwayne Wade travel replay: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=7nrFRnP_vcs
Views: 3914 CleanMoneyGibbs
Michael Carter Williams Near Quadruple Double vs LeBron And The Heat
 
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Sign Up for Free at DraftStreet's Fantasy Weekly Fantasy Draft: http://bit.ly/17ydPuu FOLLOW: http://twitter.com/bballSource Google+: http://bit.ly/15yjZVY Facebook: http://bit.ly/15yjZVY Coach Nick went through Michael Carter Williams incredible NBA debut, where he took advantage of Dwyane Wade resting his knees. Lighting up the Heat for 22 Points, 7 Rebounds, 12 Assists, and 9 Steals, MCW impressed everyone and was vital in securing the win for the 76ers.
Views: 162928 BBALLBREAKDOWN
What's in my Bag? || Travel & Makeup Edition!
 
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See where I went on my travels here! http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=JEEAuYdQIoE *NEW* Personal Channel: http://www.youtube.com/RachhLovesLife TWITTER: http://twitter.com/RachhLoves FACEBOOK: http://www.facebook.com/pages/Rachhloves/142996299055898 BLOG: http://www.rachhlovesyou.blogspot.com INSPIRATION: http://www.pinterest.com/rachhloves Business Inquiries: [email protected] (RachhLoves in the subject line)
Views: 36358 RachhLoves

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