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13 Jan 2008
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Narrated by actor Glenn Ford, this brilliantly produced documentary made by CBS is of a mock evacuation of Portland, Oregon during a nuclear attack. The film shows how a typical American city can evacuate its citizens in a safe and timely manner when under threat of an atomic bomb assault. A wonderful piece of the history of the atomic bomb, the film utilizes expert timing and narration to elicit a feeling of dread and suspense that would accompany such a disaster. But organization and readiness are stressed, allowing the emergency to be coped with. This is a great civil defense film and one of the best movies in Portland ever shot that details the evacuation routes and emergency procedures necessary to keep a city safe against the threat of nuclear war.
27 Aug 2008
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JUNEAU, Alaska -- A Coast Guard MH-60 Jayhawk rescue helicopter from Air Station Sitka, conducts a medical evacuation of an injured hiker 35 miles southeast of Juneau at 3:51 Thursday, July 2, 2009. U.S. Coast Guard video by Air Station Sitka)
3 Jul 2009
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I show how to triple evacuate an air conditioning system, getting it ready to charge with refrigerant. **SHOUT OUT** Hello to: The faculty and students at the HVAC/R program at San Jose City College in San Jose, California.
30 Sep 2009
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This video shows you where to get the best rate on travel emergency medical evacuation insurance with a top-rated company.
7 Nov 2009
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*******www.solarhotwaterstore**** - Discover the differences between evacuated tube solar collectors and flat plate solar collectors...and decide which type of solar collector is the perfect choice for you... Learn More At: *******www.solarhotwaterstore****
23 Jul 2010
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*******www.solarhotwaterstore**** - should you choose evacuated tube solar collectors or flat plate solar collectors for your DIY solar hot water or solar heating project? Discover the simple answer. And, to learn more, visit: *******www.solarhotwaterstore****
23 Jul 2010
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APD is your source for high quality solar thermal products, training and support. We feature the Sunda line of evacuated tube and flat plate thermal collectors. Complete systems including pump stations and storage tanks are available to meet a variety of applications. Whether you're an experienced solar installer or just getting started, contact us to discuss the potential of solar thermal.
9 Aug 2011
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*******www.jtwebman****/shows/evacuated-tube-transport-dick-clark-rip-jtwebman-72/ For those that have not heard Dick Clark past away this week at 82. He was most known for hosting American Bandstand and a host on a bunch of game shows. I want to dedicate this show to Dick Clark, you are an inspiration to all that broadcast, you will be remembered. In some geeky hope to have one day news, Evacuated Tube Transport or ETT for short is a new transport type that has pop back up into the news. ETT basically uses airless vacuum tubes and a frictionless magnetic rail to push these little pods around. These pods can run much faster than trains and use far less energy to get to their destinations. You might be asking well how fast can they go, well in a regional setting like within the state they could get up to 350 mph and across the country or world can get up to 4000 mph. Getting you from New York to LA in 45 minutes and cutting 5 hours off a flight and costing 90% less. Now this isn’t new, it has been around since the early 90’s and even had a patent filed for it in 1997. So I say instead of going to the moon lets build this! Now don’t take this the wrong way I think going back to the moon is cool though Mars would be even cooler but with the US at over 15.5 trillion dollars in debt. Which by the way is over $50,000 dollars per person in the US. We might want to spend it on something that we know has a direct impact on making us more productive and making more money to pay off the debt. Though shoot what am I think just close the US foreign bases and pull out of all these meaningless wars and we could afford to send man to the moon again or mars. Ok sorry about the rant, what would be even better would be for a railroad company, since they have the real estate, to pick it up or any private company. This way it creates real jobs not government ones and would be more likely to be on budget and making money. ***********/watch?v=McpWcn-1RZU What do you guys think, I know I would love it, leave a comment below. And on this note this news items was given to me by a view. He actually was in the same graduating class as me in High School, thanks Seth. If you guys find geeky news please send it my way via twitter, Google+, Facebook or *******www.jtwebman****. I love geeky news and there is so much out there that I sometimes miss it. Same goes for cool videos. I am only one man so if you see a cool video let me know. Video Of the Week: Since the last show was so long I figured I make this a short one so we will skip to the my favorite segment on the show and that is the video of the week. It looks like now that Facebook bought Instagram they might make a movie about it. Check it out... ***********/watch?v=UN1qzNgadh8
25 Apr 2012
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evacuation of a bus that goes into ravine
5 Oct 2016
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Magic barge evacuation of heavy equipment again in action
19 May 2017
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The Global Intelligent Evacuation System Market size is expected to reach $702 million by 2023, rising at a market growth of 5% CAGR during the forecast period
9 Oct 2017
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14 Dec 2006
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Short composition of Chernobyl accident. -On April 26 1986 the workers were performing an experiment with the reactor's safety systems. -In the years following the accident a further 210 000 people were resettled into less contaminated areas, and the initial 30 km radius exclusion zone. -Number of liquidators swelled to over 600,000 but most of these received only low radiation doses. The highest doses were received by about 1000 emergency workers and on-site personnel during the first day of the accident.
9 Jan 2009
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Transcript by Newsy**** BY ALLIE SPILLYARDS You're watching multisource world news analysis from Newsy. Turmoil and unrest continue to rock the Egyptian streets. Now- the U.S. embassy is doing what it can to get Americans out of Egypt. With tens of thousands of Americans living in or visiting Egypt, CNN reports Cairo’s airport is filled with people waiting for charter flights to “safe havens” in Europe. “We’ve seen crowds of hundreds of people before dawn on Saturday morning stranded, sleeping on the floor of Cairo International airport in bit of an information vacuum because at that point cell phones were still down and Internet is still blocked in this country. So people having a very difficult time trying to organize everything from hotel bookings to flight bookings to try to get in or out of the country.” 50,000 Americans have registered with the U.S. Embassy. The State Department estimates thousands will try to escape the country. CNBC’s Erin Burnett sets the scene. “The airports are literally just not functioning business as usual at all. It’s utter confusion mode. When we arrived we counted about 12 planes at least sitting on the tarmac empty and no one really knew what was going on. It took us a very long time to even get off our plane. The airport is literally struggling to operate and handle a huge surge in travelers.” The embassy has encouraged U.S. residents of Egypt to find their own commercial flights, but it’s not so easy. As USA Today reports... “Many airlines - including EgyptAir and Delta, which fly between New York and Cairo - have curtailed or suspended Cairo flights indefinitely.” And while a lot of people are trying to get out- many American journalists are trying to get in. Nicholas Kristof reports for The New York Times, he didn’t have any trouble getting inside Egypt- but he’s having trouble getting word out. “My mobile phones are working, but the Internet is down. So I have been going somewhere where I can get access to a (very slow!) satellite phone. But, especially after dark and after curfew, you think twice about making the journey.” Even though social media access has been somewhat limited during the revolts- NBC reports outlets like Twitter have played a major role in the protests. The hosts wonder- what’s next? MATT LAUER: “With the global nature of communications and events these days. I mean if what happened in Tunisia sparked what’s happening in Egypt, the big question is what happens next in places like Yemen, Jordan, Syria, Saudi Arabia?” ANN CURRY: “In Sudan as well. All of these places have dates, you know on the Twitter page. There’s a date with a hash mark that says that’s the day they’re going to launch.” Get more multisource video news analysis from Newsy
1 Feb 2011
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