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SEORANG sutradara film di Irlandia mengunggah video di internet yang ia katakan mungkin sebagai bukti perjalanan menembus waktu (time travelling). George Clarke, demikian nama sutradara itu, mengaku bingung dalam setahun terakhir setelah melihat potongan film lama Charlie Chaplin yang dibuat pada 1928. Yang membuat Clarke heran dan bingung adalah, dalam salah satu adegan terlihat seorang wanita yang sepertinya tengah melakukan pembicaraan dengan telepon genggam.
6 Nov 2010
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George Clarke introduces you to what a smarter home is and how it can help you to save money and the environment.
21 Oct 2011
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Want to save money on central heating? George Clarke provides some top tips on exactly how to do this in episode 2 of Smarter Homes.
15 Nov 2011
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Want to cut energy costs in the kitchen? George Clarke explains in this episode of Smarter Homes many quick and easy ways of achieving this! From keeping your fridge freezer packed, to washing your clothes at 30°C instead of 40°C - it all makes a huge difference! More information available *******www.diy****/eco
21 Nov 2011
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George Clarke explains ways in which you can stop flushing money down the drain. Just reducing the amount of time you spend in the shower, or upgrading a few of your bathroom utlities, you can save so much money! More information available *******www.diy****/eco
28 Nov 2011
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George Clarke discusses how to redesign with the environment in mind. From doors to paints, it is possible to buy high quality products that are whilst still being eco-friendly. More information available *******www.diy****/eco
12 Apr 2012
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George Clarke explains how to keep a lid on heat loss. More information available *******www.diy****/eco The loft is an area of the house we rarely think about, but if left uninsulated, can be a make a massive contribution to your energy bills. A poorly insulated house loses about a 1/3 of its heat through the room. (Source: EST - correct as of Feb 2012) The average UK home could save around £280 every year by being more energy efficient (Source: EST - correct as of Feb 2012). Many people don't insulate their lofts because they believe it is difficult and expensive, but nothing could be further from the truth. Insulate your loft is the most cost-effect energy saving task you could do in the home. Not only will you be saving lots of money, but you will be helping create a warm comfortable home for the winter months. There are many materials you can use to insulate your loft. There is glass fibre, which is made from recycled glass bottles all the way through to all-natural sheep's wool. You can also buy insulation boards, which will still give you the ability to store items in the attic. It is important to ensure any loft hatch or door is well insulated and draft-proof, to prevent any heat within the house, escaping to the roof space. Another area of the house worth considering in regards to potential heat loss, is the hot water tank which needs to be insulated properly. This can be accomplished with a hot water cylinder jacket, which can cost under £6. A cylinder jacket can cut heat-loss by up to 75%, and save you around £35 a year. (Source: EST - correct as of Feb 2012) Heat loss can also occur through the walls of your house. Cavity walls are generally better than solid walls, because they have got an air gap in between. But even cavity walls can account for 1/3 of the heat-loss from your home (Source: EST - correct as of Feb 2012). Cavity wall insulation usually costs around £250, depending on the size of your home, but this can save you over £135 a year on your energy bill (Source: EST - correct as of Feb 2012). One final tip worth considering, is getting draught excluders, as draught proofing doors and windows can save around £30 every year (Source: EST - correct as of Feb 2012). Thing smart. Think warm. Save Energy. Save Money.
4 May 2012
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Freaky. A 1928 film clip from a Charlie Chaplin movie premier that appears to show a woman talking on a cell phone is sparking debate and controversy. The short film, some 80 years old, is footage that was shot for Charlie Chaplin's film "The Circus." The film shows people attending the 1928 premiere of the movie at the Chinese Theatre in Hollywood. In the footage, a woman dressed in black with a hat hiding most of her face is seen with what can only be described as a mobile phone device, talking as she walks alone. The footage was studied and posted on YouTube by a man in Belfast named George Clarke. Since then, the video has gone viral with thousands of people making comments and giving their opinion about what the woman is holding and what she is doing as she walks and talks. Clarke believes the woman could be a time-traveler who is using technology 81 years in the future. Others say she is using a 1920's era hearing aide. There are hundreds of other opinions some agreeing with Clarke, others calling the film a fake.
28 Oct 2010
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My latest blog giving my thoughts and answers most theories and interests in Chaplins Time Traveler :) *******georgeclarke.webs****/apps/blog/entries/show/5208685-4-million-hits-later- (Dont have time to make a new video at the min sorry - November 1st 2011) This short film is about a piece of footage I (George Clarke) found behind the scenes in Charlie Chaplins film 'The Circus'. Attending the premiere at Manns Chinese Theatre in Hollywood, CA - the scene shows a large woman dressed in black with a hat hiding most of her face, with what can only be described as a mobile phone device - talking as she walks alone. I have studied this film for over a year now - showing it to over 100 people and at a film festival, yet no-one can give any explanation as to what she is doing. My only theory - as well as many others - is simple... a time traveler on a mobile phone. See for yourself and feel free to leave a comment on your own explanation or thoughts about it. George - 20th October 2010
10 Jul 2011
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re-upload from : *******www.youtube****/user/yellowfeverbelfast This short film is about a piece of footage I (George Clarke) found behind the scenes in Charlie Chaplins film 'The Circus'. Attending the premiere at Manns Chinese Theatre in Hollywood, CA - the scene shows a large woman dressed in black with a hat hiding most of her face, with what can only be described as a mobile phone device - talking as she walks alone. I have studied this film for over a year now - showing it to over 100 people and at a film festival, yet no-one can give any explanation as to what she is doing. My only theory - as well as many others - is simple... a time traveler on a mobile phone. See for yourself and feel free to leave a comment on your own explanation or thoughts about it. George - 20th October 2010 Thought this video was interesting, thats why i re-uploaded it, usually i don't do this, but it caught my attention.***uld be so many things...i'm clueless, got many theories...but...i don't know.. thought i share this with you guys...
21 Jul 2011
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Many people are claiming it to be a hearing aid. In 1924 Siemens made a compact, pocket sized carbon microphone/amplifier device. How sweet it would be if it truly was a cellphone. George Clarke's original post on the subject. Very Interesting. *******www.youtube****/watch?v=Y6a4T2tJaSU
16 Jun 2013
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Un personaje extra de una película de Charles Chaplin se ha convertido repentinamente en la protagonista de acalorados debates en Internet. El director irlandés George Clarke descubrió una imagen insólita en una escena de la película llamada 'The Circus', filmada en 1928, donde se ve a una mujer hablando por lo que parece ser un teléfono móvil. Aparece caminando por la calle con una mano en la oreja y moviendo los labios como si estuviera hablando con alguien 'de manera inalámbrica'. No hay nadie cerca de ella, y sus gestos son exactamente iguales a los de las personas que hablan hoy en día con sus celulares. Leer mas: *******actualidad.rt****/TiempoLibre/Curiosidades /issue_15912.html Sígannos en *******twitter****/ActualidadRT *******www.facebook****/ActualidadRT RT en vivo: *******actualidad.rt****/mas/envivo/
1 Sep 2013
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Tweet: *******ctt.ec/38cD8 | Facebook: *******on.fb.me/15IULMb Jubilee Project is excited to share "Blind Devotion", the second in a series of two short films about unconditional love, in partnership with Pastor Francis Chan and his latest book "You and Me Forever". “You and Me Forever” was written by Francis and his wife Lisa on marriage in the light of eternity. Today, 100% of all proceeds from book sales go towards fighting poverty in Africa - projects like building a safe haven village for young women rescued out of prostitution. There will also be a “You and Me Forever” book mobile app in the App Store & Google Play soon, where “Blind Devotion” will also be available for viewing. In the meantime, the physical book can be purchased at *******bit.ly/1G8Qbnu. | CREW | Director: Edward Young Lee Producer: Ngoc Le Writer: Ivan Tsang Director of Photography: Ray Huang 1st. Assistant Director: Kevin J. Nguyen 2nd Assistant Director: Jan Lin 1st Assistant Camera : Jason Y. Lee Editor: Eugene Choi Gaffer/Stunt Driver: Robert Streeper Grip: Eugene Choi DIT: Andy Chang Sound: Taylor Matsunaga Production Design: Sharlene Park, Taylor Matsunaga, Ngoc Le, Elaine Zhou Wardrobe: Elaina Park, Sharlene Park, Taylor Matsunaga, Ngoc Le Hair/Makeup: April Fiske Production Assistants: Grace Dang Yellow, YJ Gold, Kane Lieu, Kevin Kim, Elaine Zhou Food served by: Emma Loekmono Editor: Kyujin Eugene Choi | CAST | Cecilia: Mei Melancon Louie: Jun Kim Doctor: Tim McCoy Coworker: Russell Curry | EXTRAS | Julia Kay, Mina Son, Michael Keenan, Kimberly Johns, Marlis Pendleton, George Clarke, Amy Lee, Tinnyse Johnson, Joel Zegna, Jonathen Wallace | SPECIAL THANKS | Carl Choi - The Great Company Ray Lin - The Great Company Teresa Antelo - Los Angeles Christian Health Centers Andrew Oh - Unit 5 Films Grace Su - Peachies**** James To - The Great Company Jean Rheem - Jubilee Project Lance Heruela | MUSIC | Composer: Jesse Chui *******songsforcinema****/ | YOU AND ME FOREVER BOOK | *******www.youandmeforever**** ********www.facebook****/youandmeforeverbook ********twitter****/youandmeforever *******instagram****/youandmeforeverbook | JUBILEE PROJECT | *******www.facebook****/jubileeproject *******www.twitter****/jubileeproject *******www.instagram****/jubileeproject *******www.jubileeproject**** *******www.dgicstore**** Help us caption & translate this video! *******amara****/v/GD2L/
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