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Iodine clock reaction experiement.looks cool!
30 Nov 2006
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The reaction of Aluminum metal and Iodine creates a plume of purple Iodine while creating glowing Aluminum Iodide. A Very interesting reaction.
2 Mar 2007
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Bob Thompson bypasses the DEA restrictions and shows you how to make iodine with Phil Torrone
6 Nov 2008
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Natural Health Doctor, Robert DeMaria, discusses the importance of Iodine and why every cell in your body needs it!
17 Jun 2009
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Natural Health Doctor, Robert DeMaria, discusses the importance of Iodine and why every cell in your body needs it!
17 Jun 2009
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How much iodine do we need? What are the best sources? What happens when we're deficient? Dr Bud Tarreto talks to us about how iodine affects the body and how iodine can best be used to support total body health.
26 Mar 2010
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Dr. Stephen Langer explains how iodine complements the thyroid gland and how it affects our overall health. Go to www.ihealthtube**** for more.
18 Jul 2008
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Unravel the mysteries of the thyroid! What kind of thyroid tests are there? What are good foods to eat that are high in iodine? Get your questions answered!
5 Nov 2009
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Japanese obtain more than 95% of iodine from seaweeds. Consumption of iodine as an active component protects their nation from degeneration and mental diseases that threaten the Western world. If you remove the seaweed from the Japanese diet, supply of iodine drops by 100 times and can reach the lower level marked in the United States.
14 Nov 2009
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www.NaturalEndocrineSolutions**** If you have Graves' Disease and want to avoid taking anti-thyroid drugs, don't even want to consider receiving radioactive iodine, then you might want to try restoring your health through a natural treatment protocol.
18 Apr 2010
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BY MIRANDA WHEATLEY You're watching multisource US video news analysis from Newsy. Has the nuclear crisis in Japan -- found its way to rainwater in the U.S.? According to several news outlets, officials say rainwater in Massachusetts has tested positive for Radioiodine-131. “It is 6,500 miles from Fukishima, Japan to Massachusetts but that’s how far radioactive fallout from the plant has traveled.” CNN “Trace amounts of that radioactive material from Japan has turned up in rainwater in at least 13 United States, states.” Fox News “They think the radioiodine may be linked to Japan’s damaged nuclear plant and plan to monitor the state’s drinking water.” HLN Officials say the amount of Radioiodine is not enough to cause alarm. MIT’s Ian Hutchinson tells WFXT in Boston radiation is a naturally occurring element and harmless in small amounts. “Radiation is a completely natural part of our background. The human body has a substantial amount of natural radiation in it, the only reason we know that this particular radiation came from the nuclear reactor site is because it’s a particular type of radiation that comes from this particular type of iodine we can identify it through specific tests.” CNN echoes that response saying spikes in radiation were seen in the U.S. even before the earthquake in Japan. “Las Vegas, there’s spikes, this is the earthquake, there are spikes before the earthquake, after the earthquake. The sun makes more radiation than what you had there in Massachusetts. A plane ride from California to L.A., from California to New York would give you more radiation than that.” The public health commissioner tells WCVB drinking water in Boston is safe. “We want to make clear that here is no health impact. None of the cities and towns rely on rainwater on their primary source of water--that is why we are so comfortable when saying drinking water supplies throughout the states are completely safe.” The Boston Globe reports the Radioiodine won’t be around for long and the public health commissioner says at these levels even drinking the rainwater directly would have little impact. “...only half of the level of radiation will be present in eight days, and so on until it dissipates.” But as Forbes points out - even with reassurance the findings have some Americans worried. “...some Americans have not been content to take the government at its word. Geiger counters have been selling like popsicles in summer, and traffic has never been higher at websites that display data from radiation monitoring stations.” For more information on the EPA’s radiation monitoring site, RadNet, check out the link in our transcript section. Get more multisource US video news analysis from Newsy. Transcript by Newsy.
5 Apr 2011
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BY ERIK SHUTE AND HARUMENDHAH HELMY You're watching multisource breaking news analysis from Newsy This is Newsy Now and here are the headlines you need to know. “The radiation and sea water near Japan's crippled nuclear power plant is reportedly 7.5 million times the legal limit. The plant has been pouring radiation into the ocean ever since last month's earthquake and tsunami.” (Video: KPIX) This, as the country is also setting up safety radiation standards for fish, after catches near the Fukushima plant was found with high levels of radioactive iodine. Still in world news — the Ivory Coast city of Abidjan witnessed its fiercest battle yet last night, as U.N. and French forces join the assault against incumbent President Laurent Gbagbo. Here’s euronews. “His rival Alassane Ouattara’s forces have launched the major assault to get Ivory Coast’s reluctant-to-leave leader out of power once and for all. Gbagbo’s whereabouts today are not known but, as pressure mounts, he may be negotiating his surrender, according to the Ouattara camp.” Still in world news -- some Haitian voters are singing the praises of newly elected president Michael Martelly. Last November it looked like the singer was out of the race in what many called a fraudulent election. Martelly rallied his supporters in time for the runoff vote. CNN has more. “To Haiti where a musician beats a former first lady in the race for president. Singer Michael Martelly is the next president of Haiti taking victory over Mirlande Manigat. The results were announced yesterday, Martelly earned nearly 68% of the vote. Supporters celebrated in the streets after that announcement. The runoff vote was held last month after a general election where violent protests broke out over accusations of fraud.” In U.S. news — Speaker of the House John Boehner and Senate Majority Leader Harry Reid will meet with President Barack Obama today to talk budget to avoid a government shutdown. “Some people will tell you if they don’t find some common ground, if they don’t find a deal by tonight... Given house rules which require 3-day posting of these bills, you’re getting right up against a government shutdown. You know, if they weren’t able to reach an accomodation, they could probably pass some short term measure and get it done, but this threat of a government shutdown is pretty real.” (Video: MSNBC) In entertainment -- M. Night Shyamalan will be using the star firepower of Will Smith and his son Jayden for his upcoming sci-fi thriller. The Sixth Sense director is known for his twists and turns, but this time the catch is -- he’ll save his Hollywood career. Entertainment Weekly reports Shyamalan could use the help after his most recent flicks, “The Happening” and “The Last Airbender” failed to rally audiences. E! Online adds the Smith family powerhouse could be just the jump start he needs for a rebound. In a statement Shyamalan expressed -- this is his “dream project.” Stay with Newsy**** for more analysis on news throughout the day. For Newsy Now, I’m Jim Flink -- highlighting the top headlines making you smarter, faster. Follow Newsy_Videos on Twitter Get news with analysis from Newsy Transcript by Newsy
9 Apr 2011
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First music video from Dawnbreaker Collective Debut album Arise.
30 Oct 2007
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*******www.therenegadehealthshow**** - When we went to the park today to film the show, I had no idea I'd be scratched by a bear... A 8 foot copper statue of a bear. :-) Go ahead and see the monster that put an inch long gouge in my head and made me a little woozy for today's show. I also address non-hereditary hair loss, what might be causing it and how to support your body to stop its progression. Take a look...
9 Jul 2008
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Based on Chapter 2 from The Beginners Guide to Natural Living by Larry Cook, host Zoe Simpson explains why to avoid conventional highly processed salt and instead to eat natural sea salt. Distributed by Tubemogul.
31 Jul 2008
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The DEA sometimes needlessly restricts what we can and cannot do when it comes to chemistry. Watch as Phil Torrone and Bob Thompson foil the DEA once again!
19 Sep 2008
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