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Ohhh this is gonna be good! Details on the X-men 1st class trailer coming up next!
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If your like me then your already pretty excited about the Newest X-Men set to hit theaters just five long months from now! So how about a little snack to hold you over -- we've got the details on the very first trailer!
While it hasn't been released yet, a source who has claimed to watch has leaked every last details. Now bear with me and use your imagination!
Patrick Stewart and Ian Mckellen, or Professor X and Magneto, reportedly voice the opening lines which are about destiny and choosing which side youll stand for while their scenes in previous "X-Men" movies are featured.
Then the video jumps to reveal a young Charles Xavier and Erik Lensherr meeting for the very first time, followed by a different angle of the scene from the opening of X-Men in the concentration camp.
The next scene shows the outside part of an old castle-like building that resembles the X-mansion. James McAvoy's Xavier and Michael Fassbender's Erik are seen walking through the halls. The words "One wanted peace" are flashed by Xavier. Erik is later seen "yelling dramatically as metal tables in the room begin to float around him.
Then Xavier and Erik shake hands with a tall man in a lab coat introduced as "Dr. McCoy."
The words "The other was too far gone" flash as Erik, who seems to be upset, storms through a hallway killing guards as he passes them. The scene is then cut to show what appears to be "a red Nightcrawler with swords taking out a room full of people; the close up reveals Azazel's face."
"The Hellfire Club are standing next to Xavier on a bed as Emma goes into diamond form. Then Oliver Platt and Kevin Bacon are next to Emma in black aristocratic clothes... Mystigue is also there on a bed with her skin turning black while Beast is shown transforming, with his feet growing and toes webbing while fur is growing."
Havok unleashes a red beam of energy from his chest It then shows Beast all blue and furry in the pilot seat of a crashing jet, followed by several rockets flying towards an island."
Xavier's head is later seen going bald as he mentally pulls a large ship that was sinking out of the water. Then the trailer goes back to the scene when Xavier, still having hair, is telling Erik he only wanted peace for him, to which he replies "there was never a chance for anyone to have that."
The final scene shows Erik picking up a black helmet, wearing a black and red suit. Cut to the"X-Men: First Class" logo , followed by the movie's release date.
And that my friends is how you bore people to death by reading a verbal trailer -- but AT Least now we have an idea of what it's gonna look like. One things for sure, it's gonna be a LOT better then my attempt at reading it!
So are you excited? Is it all that you hoped for, or do you think something is missing? Let us know what you think in the comment section below!
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Diamonds are made out of carbon — highly organized carbon, that is. Geologists are still guessing how diamonds formed in the Earth from 1 billion to 3 billion years ago, according to a recent study in the journal Nature, but they think the recipe follows something like this:
1. Bury carbon dioxide 100 miles into Earth.
2. Heat to about 2,200 degrees Fahrenheit.
3. Squeeze under pressure of 725,000 pounds per square inch.
4. Quickly rush towards Earth's surface to cool.
If the process sounds a little difficult, thank a synthetic diamond manufacturer: There are now two ways to make diamonds in the laboratory.
The first synthetic method is called high pressure, high temperature (HPHT for short). It's the closest thing to the diamond-producing bowels of the Earth, subjecting graphite (yes, the stuff in a No. 2 pencil, which is made from pure carbon) to intense pressure and heat. Tiny anvils in an HPHT machine squeeze down on the graphite as intense electricity zaps it, producing a gem-quality diamond in just a few days. These diamonds, however, aren't as pure as natural diamonds because a metallic solution is mixed in with the graphite.
The other diamond-producing method — called chemical vapor deposition — turns its back on intense pressure but cranks out diamonds more flawless than nature can produce. Manufacturers place a piece of diamond into a depressurizing chamber, then zap natural gas with a microwave beam. As the gas is heated to almost 2,000 degrees, carbon atoms "rain" down onto the diamond in the chamber and stick to it, growing a perfect sheet of diamond overnight.
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