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You're about to see the movie that holds the Guinness World Records™ record for the World's Smallest Stop-Motion Film (see how it was made at *******www.metacafe****/watch/10449118/). The ability to move single atoms — the smallest particles of any element in the universe — is crucial to IBM's research in the field of atomic memory. But even nanophysicists need to have a little fun. In that spirit, IBM researchers used a scanning tunneling microscope to move thousands of carbon monoxide molecules (two atoms stacked on top of each other), all in pursuit of making a movie so small it can be seen only when you magnify it 100 million times. A movie made with atoms. Learn more about atomic memory, data storage and big data at *******ibm***/YG3cTP
7 May 2013
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Service en chiropratique, ostéopathie, décompression neurovertébrale, thérapie au laser doux pour tunnel carpien, bursite, tendinite, tennis elbow, douleur, inflammation, arthrose, etc.
12 Aug 2008
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Acceleration / sorry for the sound
6 Mar 2007
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Track in the abandoned railroad tunnels in Sabará-MG, Brazil. In a sunday of rain, some friends discover plus a beautiful mining landscape to become the true MountainBike.
11 Apr 2007
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To purchase the full length version of this video, please visit *******www.videoshelf**** . Meade Steadman demonstrates a general full body chair massage from head to toe, as well as techniques for addressing specific client complaints: headaches, kinked necks, aching shoulders and back, and carpal tunnel. Includes tips for marketing and building your professional practice.
8 Jul 2009
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Cruising along and overtaken through a tunnel by a screaming Ferrari 360 Challenge race car.
8 Dec 2007
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A 75mW lab/bench laser is used with mirrors and fog to make a basic and awesome time tunnel light show. Laser from www.dragonlasers****
21 Jun 2007
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Dudes filming each other from their cars. They are cruising through a tunnel.
4 Sep 2006
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Terrafugia Readies For Flight Tests The stories are legion... the 'roadable plane' the vehicle that would cross over a number of barriers to offer the ultimate in transportation versatility. And that' just some talented engineers from MIT are working on... the 21st century version of the 1960s "Aero Car." Introduced at Oshkosh 2008, a group of award-winning MIT Aeronautical Engineers introduced a proof of concept version of what they hope will expand the general aviation market and bring more flexibility to flying. The Terrafugia management team credits the creation of the Light Sport category of aircraft as the catalyst to being able to develop a buildable and marketable LSA, capable of both flying and driving. Unlike other historic attempts at developing a "flying car", the Transition's transformation from aircraft to car is fully automated and takes an estimated 15 seconds to fold the wings and reconfigure from an aircraft to a car. The company has a US patent pending on the folding wing technology, and from a business perspective, sees many of the technological achievements as alternative revenue sources to fund company growth and financial stability. At Oshkosh, Terrafugia President Dr. Carl Dietrich shared what MIT scientists believe are fundamental obstacles to increasing the GA market and the benefits that a roadable aircraft has in response. The first obstacle presented is weather. The Transition would allow the LSA pilot to use the road configuration during IFR conditions. Dietrich says this improves safety, by providing an alternative option to "pushing it" in marginal VFR. Another obstacle Dietrich cited is cost. The Transition is spec'd with a 20 gallon tank designed to achieve 4-5 gallons per hour fuel economy in flight configuration. It can be powered with either super-unleaded gasoline or 100LL, and most notably would not require a hangar or tie-down space at an airport. The Transition could be driven home and parked in the garage. The third issue mentioned was mobility once arriving at an airport. The theory is the remote nature of most GA airports presents some inconvenience and the ability to drive to an off airport destination would appeal to many GA aircraft users. The interior cabin is equipped with two seats and has both a fixed wheel, for driving, and a left handed stick typical in most LSAs. The stick can be mounted to the floor in driving configuration. The Transition is carbon fiber construction powered by a Rotax 112S. Based on an estimated empty weight of 890 lbs, the aircraft would have an approximately payload of 430 pounds with a range of 400 nm and a cruise speed of 100 kts. In addition to FAA certification, the Transition must also pass roadway safety standards mandated by the National Highway Transportation and Safety Administration (NHTSA), explained Gregor Cadman, one of Terrafugia's engineers. "The Transition will include things like airbags, safety glass, and a must undergo a crash test" said Cadman. "FAA is used to looking at new aircraft concepts; we can't say the same for NHTSA. They're used to talking with the likes of Ford and GM. These features do add some weight." The design has been extensively tested in simulation and the MIT wind-tunnel. The proof of concept aircraft will undergo further refinement in the Boston area and is projected by Terrafugia to be road tested in the Fall 2008 and take its first flight Late 2008. If all goes as planned, the first delivery would occur as early as Late 2009. They anticipate the purchase price to be in the range of $194,000 and are accepting deposits of $10,000. FMI: www.terrafugia****,****,****/aerotvnetwork, *******twitter****/AeroNews Copyright 2009, Aero-News Network, Inc., ALL Rights Reserved.
25 Apr 2011
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From Russia with Love (1963) is the second in the James Bond spy film series, and the second to star Sean Connery as the fictional MI6 agent James Bond. The film was produced by Albert R. Broccoli and Harry Saltzman, and directed by Terence Young. It is based on the 1957 novel of the same name by Ian Fleming. In the film, James Bond is sent to assist in the defection of Soviet consulate clerk Tatiana Romanova in Turkey, where SPECTRE plans to avenge Bond's killing of Dr. No.Bond flies to Istanbul to meet station head Ali Kerim Bey. He is followed from the airport by an unkempt man in glasses and by Red Grant. The next day, after Kerim Bey's office is bombed, Bond and Kerim Bey spy on the Soviet consulate using a periscope from an underground tunnel beneath the consulate. Seeing rival agent Krilencu, Kerim Bey takes Bond to a rural gypsy settlement, where Kerim Bey plans to lie low while deciding how to deal with Krilencu. While two jealous gypsy girls fight over a lover, the camp is attacked by Krilencu's men. From concealment Red Grant saves Bond's life from Krilencu's men. Although he is wounded in the attack, Kerim Bey kills Krilencu the next night with Bond's sniper rifle. When Bond returns to his hotel suite, he finds Romanova in bed waiting for him, unaware that they are being filmed by Grant and Klebb
11 Oct 2010
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BIGGEST ROLLER COASTER IN THE WORLD *******RollerCoasters.SeoWebvideo**** Roller coasters are often known for their speed. But in order to reach mind-numbing speeds, they have to first scale vertigo-inducing heights (at least in traditional non-launched coasters). The world's ten tallest roller coasters listed here make the grade for having the ten tallest drops. Since some of the coasters have underground tunnels or are built into ravines, they aren't necessarily ranked as measured from their highest points to ground level. Heights are included for each coaster. No standing beyond this point as we click-clack-click up the world's tallest coasters. *******RollerCoasters.SeoWebvideo****
4 Nov 2009
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Dr. Zachary describes the best treatment for relief of carpal tunnel syndrome and tennis elbow using active release technique, graston and exercise using Handmaster Plus relieve pain numbeness and swelling symptoms and to prevent surgery.
10 Sep 2009
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*******www.medicalcareersite****/ Learn the basic freefall position, get flight session to practice your moves One on one instruction on how different body positions control how you fly inside the tunnel. The freedom of flight. the wind supports your body while your instructor adjusts your body flight position iFLY offers a smooth, wall-to-wall air column creating a safe and fun environment for your flight. This means you can begin to master your flight skills in a very short period of time. IFly's LA's first indoor plunging simulator: a clear acrylic, 30-foot vertical wind tunnel with two 800-horsepower fans, identical to the training equipment used by the military and pro skydivers iFly Hollywood is safe for kids, challenging for adults, exciting for teens and realistic for Skydivers.
24 Jan 2009
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Ants busily dig complex tunnels in their little world. Ten days of digging are compressed into 40 seconds. This video was created using GBTimelapse and a Canon digital still camera. To see how it was made, visit *******www.gbtimelapse****
28 Nov 2007
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*******www.leonardautomatics**** Leonard Automatics, Inc has served the industrial textile rental and garment manufacturing industries for 40 years. They have developed garment tunnel finishers, curing ovens, and boarding machines to meet any production requirements.
19 Jan 2009
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A blue Aurora laser pointer and a small mirror mounted on a PC fan is used to create an awesome time tunnel light show. Laser from www.dragonlasers****
21 Jun 2007
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