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Plans to further secure a prosperous future for the Falkland Islands- through economic development- have been unveiled in the UK. The Islands are already one of the UK’s most dynamic and proactive overseas territories.
12 Jun 2009
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They are famous mostly for being the site of a conflict back in 1982. That, and penguins. That was a long time ago and the presence in the Falkland Islands of a British garrison has helped the local economy to boom. Well, that and oil...
26 Aug 2009
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Fabulous farmland on the Salmon River. Currently in alfalfa hay; ideal for dairy, horses, etc. Enjoy privacy, 2 very exceptional wells, and completely irrigated pastures and hayfields. Pole barn for hay storage. A sidewalk links the home to a huge 4 bay deluxe heated, insulated garage/workshop with executive office complete with gas fireplace. Comfort for the animals too: two automatic drinking fountains, a barn with loft, and a 3-stall free standing shed/horse shelter. 2nd residence is a 2 bedrm 1976 mobile home with its own driveway & garage. Approx 8 kms from Falkland, 30 kms from Vernon. Information given is believed to be accurate, all measurements are approximate, buyer to verify if important. Call Evelyn today, 250-938-9098, for your personal tour of this beautiful property. Evelyn Doerksen, REALTOR® Century 21 Executives Realty Ltd. Cell 250-938-9098 FAX 250-549-2106 E-mail evelyncentury21executives**** *******www.century21.ca/evelyn.doerksen
23 Mar 2010
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Part 1 of 3 of short fims about the conflict on both sides...... enjoy
4 Mar 2009
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With drilling results keenly awaited and Rockhopper on the cusp of a farm-out, what moves should an investor make now? Malcolm Graham-Wood from VSA Capital tackles the issues.
19 Apr 2012
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This airctaft is amazing, the argi-bargeys never knew what hit them during the falklands
30 Apr 2006
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Fictif Scenario from Falkland war
11 Apr 2007
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Around the world in 180 days with a BMW R1200GS - part 3 - day 21: Falkland Islands.
13 Sep 2007
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Here is another vid from around the same time as my other in the Falklands 06
9 Oct 2007
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We have found these anomalies after a symposium of C.I.C.A.P. (italian debunkers). During this symposium the chemistry Simone Angioni (C.I.C.A.P.), shoved this book with the same strange details. Obvsiouly he shoved this book to try to demonstrate that contrails ever existed. We know that this is a lie, than we purchased the same book and we found what we show in the video. Some pages were added after and the images show very well this. An other fake has showed on the epoxynous channel (on You-Tube), the web master of contrailscience****. We are going to treath this matter in a futur video. ********** "Clouds of the World" è un libro illustrato del 1972 che, a detta dei disinformatori, dimostrerebbe come, già in quegli anni, erano disponibili pubblicazioni di meteorologia che descrivevano le scie di condensa persistenti. Infatti copie di questo libro sono visionabili in un paio di filmati su You-Tube, uno dei quali riporta anche il logo del sito contrailscience****., il sito di riferimento dei disinformatori. In questo filmato viene ripresa una copia di questo testo e viene confrontata con una monografia intitolata "The Falkland Islands" completamente differente. Eppure, comparando i codici ISBN dei due volumi, riscontriamo che sono identici. Ricordiamo che il codice ISBN, International Standard Book Number, secondo le norme è un codice usato per identificare a livello internazionale in modo univoco e duraturo un titolo o un'edizione di un titolo di un determinato editore. Perciò è impossibile avere due libri differenti con lo stesso codice ISBN. Nel saggio in questione, da pagina 120 a pagina 131, si trova un capitolo intitolato "Condensation trails" con diverse immagini di scie persistenti, le stesse immagini presenti sul sito contrailscience**** già nominato in precedenza. Scorrendo le pagine di questo capitolo, si notano segni evidenti di contraffazione. Tra pagina 124 e pagina 125, spuntano due brandelli, ossia le parti rimanenti di due pagine strappate. Osservate attentamente i pochi caratteri rimasti di entrambe. Passando alla pagina successiva, si vedono sempre due pagine, questa volta intere, ma con alcune parti incollate con il nastro adesivo. Le sezioni incollate riguardano sempre l'angolo superiore in corrispondenza dell'incavo del libro, la stessa parte riguardante i brandelli visti in precedenza: identica forma e grandezza nonché stessi caratteri. Tutto ciò, insieme con altre stranezze su cui per ora non ci soffermiamo, dimostra inequivocabilmente come il testo sia stato oggetto di manipolazione. Si è trattato di un tentativo di manipolazione molto maldestro: infatti le pagine che risultano lacerate erano state inizialmente inserite in una posizione errata. Quando il falsario (o i falsari) si è accorto dell'errore, ha tentato di inserire di nuovo le due pagine al loro giusto posto, senza riuscirvi perfettamente, come dimostrano i due lacerti rimasti. Ad ulteriore dimostrazione del fatto che il libro è stato sottosposto ad un tentativo di contraffazione, si possono notare alcune macchie colorate sul bordo inferiore delle pagine. Ciò è indice che, per un indefinito periodo di tempo, il volume è stato tenuto in un laboratorio tipografico, luogo adatto per la plateale falsificazione. Ricerche e testi a cura di vibravito *******vibravito.blogspot****/ *******vibravito.altervista****/ *******www.youtube****/user/vibravito Voce fuori campo: Rosario Marcianò (Straker) Editing video: Tanker Enemy *******www.tankerenemy****/ *******www.youtube****/user/tankerenemy *******www.tankerenemy.altervista****/ *******www.tanker-enemy.tv/
9 Feb 2009
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6 Apr 2009
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Directed By Tristán Bauer. Starring: Gaston Pauls, Pablo Riva, Cesar Albarracin, Hugo Carrizo, Virginia Innocenti, Juan Leyrado, Arturo Bonín. Produced By Ana de Skalon & Carlos Ruta. Written By: Tristán Bauer, Miguel Bonasso, Edgardo Esteban, Gustavo Romero Borri. After learning of a former infantry mate's attempted suicide, journalist Esteban (Gaston Pauls) returns to the Falkland Islands (or as they are known in Argentina, the Malvinas) to confront the horrors he experienced as an eighteen year-old soldier. This epic film, directed by Tristan Bauer, presents the harrowing story of a group of young man sent to fight an un-winnable war and left to bear its emotional scars. "A visceral force you won't forget" -Stephen Holden, The New York Times. "Praiseworthy...the battlefield sequences unfold with surreal horror" -V.A. Musetto, New York Post.
27 Jul 2009
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17 Oct 2009
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FIORDES CHILENOS MALVINAS Antártida Fiordes Chilenos Malvinas Ilhas Falklands (Malvinas) Quem não pensou alguma vez: “Que bom seria estar aí, onde assoma o fim do mundo.” Viajar em um cruzeiro, fazer milhares de quilômetros e chegar até os lugares mais distantes e lindos do mundo, hoje está ao alcance de quem quiser. Na Argentina já começou a temporada de cruzeiros, a partir da qual, os turistas do mundo inteiro poderão conhecer todo o esplendor da Antártica, sua vida silvestre, suas cores, a magia de seus gelos eternos. Antes de atracar na Península antártica, estes cruzeiros costumam percorrer ilhas, fiordes e canais que se encontram situados entre magníficas paisagens. Durante as travessias em navio, que duram entre uma e três semanas, os turistas aprendem, de naturalistas e cientistas, conhecimentos básicos sobre os lugares geográficos que percorrem, como também sobre a flora e a fauna do lugar. Os passageiros podem entrar em contato com a natureza do litoral quando descem dos navios e navegam em botes semi-rígidos. Uma experiência única e irrepetível, que a cada ano atrai mais turistas e que ficará gravada na memória de cada visitante. A cidade argentina de Ushuaia costuma ser a porta de entrada para a Antártica. A partir desta cidade argentina, que é a mais austral do mundo, zarpam os cruzeiros que têm como destino o Cabo de Hornos, diferentes pontos da Península Antártica, as Ilhas Malvinas ou os fiordes chilenos. Outras saídas são feitas a partir da cidade chilena de Puerto Natales. Os cruzeiros de expedição possuem cabines distribuídas em várias categorias, todas elas com camas baixas, janela panorâmica, banheiro privativo, aquecimento, armários e caixa-forte. Uma travessia num quebra-gelos preparado para turistas pode incluir o seguinte percurso: Depois de sair de Ushuaia, o navio cruza a Passagem Drake, chamado desta forma como homenagem ao famoso navegante inglês do século XVI Sir Francis Drake, e no qual é possível avistar vários tipos de pássaros, como o albatroz e o petrel. Depois de uma travessia de 1000 quilômetros, o navio chega às Ilhas Shetland do Sul. Ali os cientistas mostram aos passageiros diferentes aspectos da vida dos pingüins além de poder ver de perto os pingüins Antártico, Gentoo, Adélia, e Penacho Amarelo, bem como as focas de Weddell, as Caranguejeiras e os Elefantes Marinhos do Sul, que passam muito tempo descansando na praia. Os passageiros saem do quebra-gelos e passeiam em botes semi-rígidos entre os icebergs, além de visitar as ilhas. Enquanto navegam pelo Estreito de Gerlache, podem admirar as baleias jubarte também conhecidas como baleias corcundas. Depois os turistas visitam algumas bases científicas da Antártica, como a Base Argentina Almirante Brown, que está localizada na Baía Paraíso, considerado um dos lugares mais maravilhosos da Península antártica. A expedição continua pelo Canal Neumayer e mais ao sul o Canal Le Maire, mais conhecido como a esquina "Kodak da Antártica". Os canais estreitos estão situados entre altas montanhas e neles os turistas podem observar geleiras e icebergs flutuando. Finalmente, na volta, cruza-se de novo a Passagem De Drake para desembarcar em Ushuaia.
1 Nov 2009
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Antarctica as a tourist destination is becoming increasingly popular. Last year alone, over 40,000 visitors made the trip to the frozen continent. Some say that global climate change makes people want to catch a last glimpse of this world of ice before it is all melted away. Even a new term has been coined for this fast growing travel category: "Doomsday tourism." Truthfully, I myself am not entirely unaffected by such pessimism about the planets future. You don't have to go as far as Antarctica to find ample evidence of the damaging effects of global warming. But here, in this still pristine environment, even subtle changes are more pronounced and more visible. For the longest time, I was hesitant to come to Antarctica. I'm not a great fan of travel by cruise ship but did not know of any other way to get here. Finally, I decided to give it a go when I saw an ad in a photography magazine that offered tours to the region especially designed for photo enthusiasts. The tour organizer, Joseph Van Os Photo Safaris, who operates out of the Seattle area, specializes in photo travel around the world. I signed up fast and was lucky to get in at all, almost a year ahead of departure! Last November, at the beginning of the Antarctic summer, our group of roughly 80 fellow-travelers from ten different countries embarked from the town of Ushuaia in Argentina on a month-long journey. It turned out to be a trip of a lifetime and everything I had hoped for and more. The Falkland Islands were our first destination. Depending on the weather, getting there can be a challenge. Even in favorable conditions, this voyage is not for the faint of heart. I expected that crossing the notorious Drake Passage could be a rocky ride. No kidding! Although we sailed in no particularly rough waters, I remember distinctly a few days of serious sea sickness. One of the highlights of the entire expedition came with our second landing, South Georgia, and especially St. Andrews Bay. I was told there was no place quite like it elsewhere on earth, and that is easy to believe. Well over a million King Penguins, almost a quarter of this species' entire world population, are gathered here along the beaches and nearby hills. This place overpowers the senses with sights, smells and sounds that will remain ingrained in my memory for a very long time. Landing on the Antarctic Peninsula was also a completion of a personal quest -- that is to have visited every continent at least once. That dream has now been fulfilled, and what a dream it has been indeed!
26 Jan 2010
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This video is Part One of a travel video of a memorable trip to Buenos Aires, Uruguay, the Falkland Islands, round Cape Horn and on to beautiful spots in Chile in 12/05. The last part of the trip was overland to Santiago Chile and the nearby Andes. This video is an exclusive of a d Guida Video Productions. Part 1 (days 1-3) is entitled This is record of the start of several weeks of memorable travel in South America. Part 1 is entitled: Buenos Aires Es Bueno, Es Tango. It was shot entirely on location in Buenos Aires.
29 Jun 2010
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