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Instructions on how to make a paper crane.
  • 17 Mar 2008
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Just a reminder on how to write those cursive letters...
  • 17 Mar 2008
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MAKE SURE YOU VIEW THE FIRST VIDEO! This one is a little bit different. See if you are able to focus on the dot with a sharp change in background. Keep your eyes on the dot! Don't look elsewhere even when the background changes. Also determine how long it takes for you to see the actual background of the color once it changes (keep focused on the dot!). Go back and view it again to see how you did and to see what the color was in case you missed it. The better your eyes, and health, the less of an effect you'll see. Try it every few days to see if you're getting better. Once your brain remembers the combination in both videos, you may no longer see an effect!
  • 16 Jul 2008
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A modified Boeing 747-400 jet takes off from Princess Juliana Airport in St. Maarten. Output thrust and other flight characteristics were modified so that this Boeing 747 could reach takeoff speeds in less than 6 seconds (credit to i9forex)! This modified version can reach over 800 knots for cursing speed (that's over 900mph!) Obviously this is unrealistic but definitely fun to watch and play around with. This plane would rip apart at this speed due to the stresses incurred on the structure.
  • 28 Mar 2008
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Use this optical test to see how fast your eyes can adjust to changing colors. Right now, there are two tests. Each test was carefully selected, ie what colors, radius of the circle, etc. It's pretty interesting. Some people will notice a small period where there eyes don't adjust immediately. Some won't. See where you stand. Your eyes are extremely complex organs! Do some research on them and you'll find a lot of interesting facts. © 2008 – 2009 LSKENGR407
  • 5 Mar 2008
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0:37
the finalization of the truth
  • 9 Mar 2008
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continuation
  • 9 Mar 2008
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The truth is hard to accept, but what has to be done is to be done!!!
  • 9 Feb 2009
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Here's a quick and easy solution to that extremely annoying buzzing sound as a result of having your cell phone anywhere near your speakers. You know that ..."buzzz buzzz buzzzzzzzzzzzz" that happens every time you get a phone call, text message, or just at some random times. Makes you want to throw your phone! This is known to happen to users of Cingular/ AT&T and even Bell South/ Rogers with phones like the Razr, Tilt, iPhone, samsung blackjack, blackberry, treo, nokia, motorola phones, anything with an internal antenna. Even a greater occurrence is found on the east coast where the 850Mhz band is used frequently. Currently, there is no way to change the band that your phone uses from the phone itself. This doesn't cause any problems with the quality of the reception from our tests. We were able to make and receive phones calls and had no buzzing from any of the surrounding speakers! Let us know if you find a better way or discover something as a result of this video.
  • 3 Apr 2008
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