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6 Aug 2007
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Great Commercial from The Observer
5 Oct 2007
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This is a personal, life observation intended to be humorous. Please don't give me tips on how to be more expressive and, no, I don't actually wish I was more insecure. I'm also learning some new editing software - hence the lack of my usual titles.
28 Dec 2007
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I was just staring at the Singapore Flyer last week from the 46th storey of One Raffles Place, wondering how best to film the the whole observation wheel if they were to have fireworks there. Strangely, the next moment, I was invited to board the giant ferris wheel for a videography assignment. The first thing that came in to my mind was to shoot in high definition, Full HD in HDV, using my Sony HDR-FX7 High Definition Camcorder.
25 Jan 2008
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Teacher and Mentor - Human Behaviour Mark Luton: Mentor, Marketer, Maker of Money for many with a qualification in the Theory+observation of mans behaviour
14 Mar 2008
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Singapore Flyer Official Opening Fireworks - 15 April 08 -- Ride the World's largest Giant Observation Wheel
29 Nov 2008
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Planetary Society, India launched "Jupiter Observation Campaign" as Prelude to International Year of Astronomy 2009. This Video depicts the Journey of Jupiter (rising and setting) In the Night Sky 2008 after opposition.
10 Jul 2008
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Leros "Psychiatric Hospital". Filmed in 1995 by achilleasv. The Asylum of Leros (Colony of Mentally Ill) was established in 1959, taking over the military installations left on the Greek island by the Italians from the Second World War. The purpose was to contain all psychiatric patients from all Greek mental health instituitions, who were deemed untreatable, to one single confinement space. The asylum grew rapidly as "difficult" patients were shipped to Leros and by the 1980s as many as 4,000 patients were held there. Political prisoners had also been incarcerated there, during the military dictatorship in Greece (Greek junta 1967-1974). The staff were not doctors or nurses and had no medical training. They were local islanders and were used as guards. The inmates were systematically beaten, even tortured and crushed of whatever sensibilities they once had. ***********/watch?v=w7-WBh3VW5Q ***********/watch?v=C3IC-Kbc-1c In the 80s Leros' asylum has received significant journalistic attention. In September of 1989, the London Observer published details of horrific conditions at the Leros asylum, describing it a "concentration camp". In 1990 the BBC filmed inside the asylum. The documentary "Island of Outcasts" (Channel 4) brought attention to these horrendous human rights abuses. **********/collections/records/0006-0000-1123-0000-0-0000-0000-0.html As Leros' conditions generally mirror those of the nation's other public mental hospitals, the last twenty years the psychiatric care system in Greece is undergoing a transformation of its service network, propelled to a great extent by recommendations and funding from the European Union. The new direction is toward deinstitutionalisation and a community-care approach. However, twenty years since the beginning of the psychiatric reform in Greece, there is a threat for people with mental health problems to return in public mental hospitals due to severe financial problems of Non Governmental Organisations (which operate the majority of rehabilitation units) as the Greek Ministry of Health and Social Solidarity is unable to correspond to its obligations.
25 Jul 2008
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Hundreds of guests attended an event featuring U.S. Rep. Jane Harman (D-Calif.) and California's Lt. Governor John Garamendi and Northrop Grumman Corporation's (NYSE:NOC) chairman and CEO Ronald D. Sugar to highlight the contributions Earth observation satellites are making to global climate change monitoring. The event was held at the company's Space Technology sector facility in Redondo Beach, Calif. Northrop Grumman has a long heritage building Earth observing satellites and sensors, starting with Explorer VI, the first satellite to take a picture of the Earth from space. More recently, it built the Aqua and Aura Earth Observation Satellites for NASA, and is currently building the next-generation low-Earth orbit operational satellite system. Source: Northrop Grumman
15 Aug 2008
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1493 columbus observed what he thought was mermaids but were actually manatees wrote in his journal, 1951 united nations building opened in new york city, richard nixon born 1913, jimmy page born 1941 musician guitarist led zeppelin, joey lauren adams actress born 1971, 1768 first circus in london that had a ring, 1958 datsun and toyota debuted in the united states for the first time, 1959 rawhide television show started it's run clint eastwood becoming famous, on this date in history january 9
9 Jan 2009
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A short documentary on a day-in-the-life of a funeral director. What type of people work in this industry and how do they continue make a career out of it? 'For Life' observes what what happens on a typical (not that there are any) day as a funeral director. Filmed in South Australia at a Funeral Home established since 1865. Copyright 2006 email: miss_aeryn_parkerhotmail**** for further information.
7 Apr 2009
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Young man eating a line at hiphop networking event Dek 22 Rotterdam filmed by MC Wisecrack as funny suerealist observation Distributed by Tubemogul.
16 Jun 2009
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100,000 observer look Air " Thunderbolt " live show in Bangkok. Very exciting !
12 Dec 2009
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Bahar Bilgen Kamerasından Türkiye nin Kuş Gözlemcileri Turkish Observers yelkovan İstanbul Kuş Gözlem Topluluğu İKGT IKGT GÖÇ
9 Dec 2009
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Have you seen a tiger this upclose? He yawns, winks, ignores us, growls, observes us, settles down then looks at us askance. Distance - 12 feet. Tyavarekoppa Lion and Tiger Safari is located in the Shimoga district of the state of Karnataka, India. This tiger yawns and ignores us then casts a sly glance at us. He's nice enough not to eat us though we are at a 10 ft distance and he's not in a cage. Tour director: Nagappa Forest officer: Ramesh Fact file: Spans 250 hectares - 27.5 for animals mainly the big cats. 21 tiger surplus in 1989 now 3 females 6 males as they donated tigers to other sanctuaries. 1989 - Local Panchayat worked for it, Central Zoo Authority jurisdiction now. Tourism allocation 1 cr this year with development of sanctuary. Revenue from Banner ghatta etc getting here as they need annual revenue between 70-80 lakhs for maintenance and ecotourism has to pick up yet. IUCN Red List of Threatened Species - Endangered status. To get there, the best method is to reserve your slot with the river tern resort at *******junglelodges****/V2/Rivertern.htm
14 Jan 2010
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The old concepts of time were substantially different from modern ones. Before the 13th - 14th century the devices for time measurement were a rarity and a luxury. Even the scientists didnt always possess them. The Englishman Valcherius was lamenting the lack of a clock that afflicted the precision of his observations of a lunar eclipse in 1091. The clocks common for mediaeval Europe were sundials, hourglasses, and water clocks, or clepsydrae. However, sundials only were of use when the weather was good, and the clepsydrae remained a scarcity In the end of the 9th century a.d., candles were widely used for timekeeping. The English King Alfred took them along on his journeys and ordered them to be burned one after the other. The same manner of timekeeping was used in the 13th-14th century, in the reign of Charles V, for instance.The monks kept count of time by the amount of holy book pages or psalms they could read in between two observations of the sky For the majority, the main timekeeping medium was the tolling of the church bells. One is to bear in mind that astronomical observations require a chronometer that possesses a second hand, while we learn that even after the discovery and the propagation of mechanical chronometers in Europe, they had been lacking the minute hand till 1550
16 Jan 2010
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