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Carbon is shown to be the only element, from the periodic table of elements, by which the complex molecules of life in this universe may be built. The carbon atom is a marvel in and of itself. Carbon is the sixth element on the periodic table and makes up two tenths of one percent of the earths crust. It is the backbone of which all life is built or can be built. It makes up 18% of the mass of our body. In its pure form it is recognized as soot, pencil lead or diamonds. Diamonds are the hardest substance known. Carbon fiber is the strongest fiber known. Carbon fiber is used in the construction of high performance airplanes, tennis rackets and bicycles, just to name a few. Man-made carbon-based molecules have allowed breakthroughs in low temperature super-conductors. Carbon-60 is a recent discovery, from the 1980's, called the buckyball. It is a molecule of sixty interlocking carbon atoms and is the roundest substance known in all molecular science. Graphene, which is a more recent discovery within the last decade, is a remarkably flat molecule made of carbon atoms arranged in hexagonal rings, and is the thinnest material possible, but graphene is also 10 times stronger than steel and it conducts electricity better than any other known material at room temperature. Carbon has the unique ability to form long chains of complex molecules that have a high degree of stability. Stable complex molecules are required to build sugars, to build DNA, to build RNA, to build amino acids, to build proteins, to build cells, and finally, to build all living organisms on earth. Substances formed around carbon far out-number all other substances combined. No other element comes close to forming the wide variety of stable compounds as does carbon. Yet if it were not for this unique ability to form complex molecules, life could not exist. Organic chemistry, the study of carbon compounds, and their profuse and intricate behavior, is a science in its own right. The only element similar to carbon, which has the necessary atomic structure to form the macro (large) molecules needed for life, is silicon. Yet silicon, though having the correct atomic structure, is severely limited in its ability to make complex macro-molecules. Silicon-based molecules are comparatively unstable and sometimes highly reactive. Thus from this, and many other evidences against silicon, carbon is found to be the only element from which life in this universe may be built. Carbon and other "heavy" elements also provides one, of several, reasons why the universe must be as old and as large as it is. "Heavy" elements did not form in the Big Bang. Thus, they had to be synthesized in stars and exploded into space before they were available to form a planet on which carbon-based life could exist. Carbon is the first of the "heavy" elements that is exclusively formed in the interiors of stars. The delicate balance at which carbon is synthesized in stars is truly a work of art. Fred Hoyle (1915-2001), a famed astrophysicist, is the scientist who established the nucleo-synthesis of heavier elements as mathematically valid in 1946. The Elements: Forged in Stars - video *******www.metacafe****/watch/4003861/the_elements_forged_in_stars/ Michael Denton - We Are Stardust - Uncanny Balance Of The Elements - Fred Hoyle Atheist to Deist/Theist - video *******www.metacafe****/watch/4003877/michael_denton_we_are_stardust_fine_tuning_of_the_elements_fred_hoyle_atheist_to_theist/ When Sir Fred discovered the stunning precision with which carbon is synthesized in stars he stated: "A common sense interpretation of the facts suggests that a superintellect has monkeyed with physics, as well as chemistry and biology, and that there are no blind forces worth speaking about in nature. The numbers one calculates from the facts seem to me so overwhelming as to put this conclusion almost beyond question.” When we look at water, the most common substance on earth and in our bodies, we find many odd characteristics that clearly appear to be designed. These oddities are absolutely essential for life. Some simple life can exist without the energy of sunlight, some simple life can exist without oxygen; but no life can exist without water. Water is called a universal solvent because it has the unique ability to dissolve a far wider range of substances than any other solvent. This "universal solvent" ability of water is essential for the cells of living organisms to process the wide range of substances necessary for life. Another oddity is water expands as it becomes ice, by an increase of about 9% in volume. Thus, water floats when it becomes a solid instead of sinking. This is an exceedingly rare ability. Yet if it were not for this fact, lakes and oceans would freeze from the bottom up. The earth would be a frozen wasteland, and human life would not be possible. Water also has the unusual ability to pull itself into very fine tubes and small spaces, defying gravity. This is called capillary action. This action is essential for the breakup of mineral bearing rocks into soil. Water pulls itself into tiny spaces on the surface of a rock and freezes; it expands and breaks the rock into tinier pieces, thus producing soil. Capillary action is essential for the movement of water through soil to the roots of plants. It is essential for the movement of water from the roots to the tops of the plants, even to the tops of the mighty redwood trees, and is also essential for the circulation of the blood in our own capillary blood vessels. Water's melting and boiling point are not where common sense would indicate they should be when we look at its molecular weight. The three sister compounds of water all behave as would be predicted by their molecular weight. Oddly, water just happens to have melting and boiling points that are of optimal biological utility. The other properties of water we measure, like its specific slipperiness (viscosity) and its ability to absorb and release more heat than any other natural substance, have to be as they are in order for life to be possible on earth. Even the oceans have to be the size they are, in order to stabilize the temperature of the earth, so human life may be possible. On and on through each characteristic we can possibly measure water with, it turns out to be required to be almost exactly as it is or complex life could not exist. No other liquid in the universe comes anywhere near matching water in its fitness for life. (Denton: Nature's Destiny) The Role of Elements in Life Processes *******www.mii****/periodic/LifeElement.php ----------------------- John 3:16 For God so loved the world, that he gave his only begotten Son, that whosoever believeth on him should not perish, but have eternal life. Intelligent Design - The Anthropic Hypothesis *******lettherebelight-77.blogspot****/
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*******hubpages****/t/13c6a6 Science fiction movies have been liked and loved by a global audience. The science fiction movies that are undeniably famous include Star Wars, Stardust and Star Trek. Perhaps, what is common to these science fiction films is the word “star”. These films have never failed the symbolism of star for all of these were really box office hits. However, if real scientists with academic backgrounds are asked which film portrayed the most accurate scientific fiction, most of them would say without hesitation that it is Star Trek. Because of the popularity of Star Trek to people of all ages, it has been a franchise for computer games. Beginning 1967, there has been numerous Star Trek games in different formats that started with a board game. Star Trek PC games have evolved from different formats to different operating systems. Star Trek PC games can be divided into two: the commercial games and the fan games. The latest of the Star Trek PC games (commercial games) is the Star Trek online operated using the Windows operating system, published and developed by Cryptic Studios. The excellence of these games of course is evident with millions of people playing these games. Aside from this, the website of Star Trek games has gathered several awards already. These awards, to mention some are “Commendation for Web Excellence”, “Gold Web Award” and “December 2002 Number 1 Site of the Month”. The Star Trek Game world is more than a gaming cyber network but also a community. Many people who became acquaintances through Star Trek PC games became friends in the long run because of having commonalities- which is loving to play Star Trek games. The era of using PC for gaming started in 1992 to 1994. Star Trek: 25th anniversary is still a timeless classic of early gaming history. This was the first produced and licensed graphical PC game. Today that computers are part of everyday life, the activities related to computers are considered also as part of everyday life. Needless to say that to some, Star Trek PC games have become a way of life and a way of spending time and money. People have set aside budget for gaming. As long as the budget allotted for games are not exaggerated in amount, there is nothing wrong with spending some money for one’s relaxation. However, these computer games should only be limited for one’s relaxation and not as the main activity for a day. PC games are tagged as unhealthy and addictive. With moderation and proper time management, one can make the most of knowing how to play Star Trek PC games and knowing how to win the games of the virtual world and at the same time, also knowing how to go beyond the virtual and face the real life outside the computer screens.
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The FINAL EPISODE airs on ABC on Watch FREE Satellite TV channels on your computer Go To: www.SatelliteTV.we.bs Editing took 32 hours. Song - Shooting Star - Stardust.lost 6x17/18 series finale the end final scene official promo trailer season black smoke 6x14 6x15 6x16 what they died for ab aeterno candidate across sea hd abc
20 May 2010
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A visual documentary based on live performances between 2009-2010. Producer - DAMIAN MAGUIRE from BLACKSNOW, with new material and new members. JOE THOMAS -BASS ELEANOR MAGUIRE - SAX DAMIAN MAGUIRE - DRUMS/SEQUENCES SHERIDAN MAGUIRE - SYNTH JOHN MCGOWAN - FLUTE Including clips from the amazing 'BLACK HISTORY EXHIBITION' with MAGIC CLOUD stage production, and STARDUST (Live at the ‘Bournespring centre’ (With amazing editing by multi-media engineer – Damian Maguire) DAVE MEYERS - Projections/lights/video/camera. ELEANOR MAGUIRE – Video camera TRACKS - 'Indimentional Time', 'Stardust' and 'Funny' THANKS TO – ‘Tom’, ‘Tina’ and ‘Dean’, for helping with filming
3 Jul 2010
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A wip of Cometto-san from Magical Chaser: Stardust of Dreams. She is a custom version with some news and still in a very early stage.
30 Jul 2010
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Filmed at Mont Tremblant's Hotel Quintessence, this video shows how to make Salmon and Lobster façon finnoise with Blue Potato Salad. The hotel has had more than its fair share of showbiz stardust sprinkled upon it, with Catherine Zeta Jones and Michael Douglas amongst the guests to have stayed there. "Q's" gourmet cuisine and connoisseurs' wine cellar has attracted gastronomes from near and far! *******www.bonjourquebec****
27 Jan 2011
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Transcript by Newsy BY ERIK SHUTE AND HARUMENDHAH HELMY You're watching multisource headline news analysis from Newsy This is Newsy Now, and here are the headlines you need to know. First up, world news. Egypt’s demonstrations continue, even after talks between the government and opposition groups are underway. The media report — talks are simply not enough. Bahrain’s Gulf Daily News says the demonstrators are still determined to see President Hosni Mubarak step down — stat. Still, Cairo is slowly returning to business as usual, as authorities increase pressure on those still camped out in Tahrir Square. Al Jazeera has the video. “Protesters say they’ll block any attempt to kick them out.” Also in world news -- Julian Assange is set to fly around the world -- but he’ll be facing trial at every destination. Today the Wikileaks founder started his two day court extradition hearing in Britain. CNN says Assange faces extradition to Sweden for charges of sexual misconduct, and then maybe even the United States to stand trial for espionage. Assange’s lawyer tells CNN he could end up n Guantanamo Bay or executed depending on the final destination. In business news — AOL is acquiring progressive online news site The Huffington Post for $315 million. One blogger at the Guardian seems critical of the deal, saying, quote, AOL’s grubby hands have long been grabbing the stars of the web, hoping a little stardust might rub off. The purchase is the latest in AOL’s news operation shopping spree — the company bought TechCrunch and its family of websites last year. CEO Tim Armstrong is on a mission to reinvent AOL as the “most influential company in content space.” In sports -- the Vince Lombardi trophy is headed back to Green Bay. Last night at Cowboy Stadium, the Packers toppled Big Ben and the Steelers to win their fourth Super Bowl title, 31 to 25. The New York Post reports Green Bay Quarterback Aaron Rodgers took home the MVP trophy as well, something former QB Brett Farve had yet to accomplish during his time with the Packers. Christina Aguilera opened the games with her sweeping rendition of the National Anthem. The Telegraph and other news sources report -- she might have gotten carried away, repeating the same verse twice in front of an audience of more than 100 million viewers. Despite the flub, Aguilera hopes fans can see the “true spirit of the anthem came through.” Stay with Newsy**** for more analysis on news throughout the today. For Newsy Now I’m Erik Shute -- highlighting the top headlines from around the world making you smarter, faster, and first to know. Get more multisource video news analysis from Newsy
8 Feb 2011
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Transcript by Newsy BY ERIK SHUTE AND HARUMENDHAH HELMY You're watching multisource headline news analysis from Newsy This is Newsy Now, and here are the headlines you need to know. First up, world news. Egypt’s demonstrations continue, even after talks between the government and opposition groups are underway. The media report — talks are simply not enough. Bahrain’s Gulf Daily News says the demonstrators are still determined to see President Hosni Mubarak step down — stat. Still, Cairo is slowly returning to business as usual, as authorities increase pressure on those still camped out in Tahrir Square. Al Jazeera has the video. “Protesters say they’ll block any attempt to kick them out.” Also in world news -- Julian Assange is set to fly around the world -- but he’ll be facing trial at every destination. Today the Wikileaks founder started his two day court extradition hearing in Britain. CNN says Assange faces extradition to Sweden for charges of sexual misconduct, and then maybe even the United States to stand trial for espionage. Assange’s lawyer tells CNN he could end up n Guantanamo Bay or executed depending on the final destination. In business news — AOL is acquiring progressive online news site The Huffington Post for $315 million. One blogger at the Guardian seems critical of the deal, saying, quote, AOL’s grubby hands have long been grabbing the stars of the web, hoping a little stardust might rub off. The purchase is the latest in AOL’s news operation shopping spree — the company bought TechCrunch and its family of websites last year. CEO Tim Armstrong is on a mission to reinvent AOL as the “most influential company in content space.” In sports -- the Vince Lombardi trophy is headed back to Green Bay. Last night at Cowboy Stadium, the Packers toppled Big Ben and the Steelers to win their fourth Super Bowl title, 31 to 25. The New York Post reports Green Bay Quarterback Aaron Rodgers took home the MVP trophy as well, something former QB Brett Farve had yet to accomplish during his time with the Packers. Christina Aguilera opened the games with her sweeping rendition of the National Anthem. The Telegraph and other news sources report -- she might have gotten carried away, repeating the same verse twice in front of an audience of more than 100 million viewers. Despite the flub, Aguilera hopes fans can see the “true spirit of the anthem came through.” Stay with Newsy**** for more analysis on news throughout the today. For Newsy Now I’m Erik Shute -- highlighting the top headlines from around the world making you smarter, faster, and first to know. Get more multisource video news analysis from Newsy
8 Feb 2011
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Though Fibonacci Numbers are certainly a wonder in and of themselves, I feel that Euler's Identity goes much further into the nature of reality itself to reveal 'the fingerprint of God; "A common sense interpretation of the facts suggests that a superintellect has monkeyed with physics, as well as chemistry and biology, and that there are no blind forces worth speaking about in nature. The numbers one calculates from the facts seem to me so overwhelming as to put this conclusion almost beyond question.” Michael Denton - We Are Stardust - Fine Tuning Of The Elements - Fred Hoyle Atheist to Theist - video *******www.metacafe****/watch/4003877/ What could make a scientist who was such a staunch atheist, as Hoyle was before his discoveries, make such a statement? The reason he made such a statement is because Hoyle was expertly trained in the exacting standards of mathematics. He knew numbers cannot lie when correctly used and interpreted. What he found was a staggering numerical balance to the many independent universal constants needed to synthesize carbon in stars. These independent constants were of such a high degree of precision as to leave no room for blind chance whatsoever. Thus, with no wiggle room for the blind chance of materialism, Fred Hoyle had to admit the evidence he found was compelling to the proposition of intelligent design by a infinitely powerful, and transcendent, Creator. Let's look at some of these exacting mathematical standards, and finely tuned universal constants, to see the precision of 'intelligent design' he saw for the math and for the foundational building blocks of the transcendent universal 'information' constants for this universe. Finely Tuned Big Bang, Elvis In The Multiverse, and the Schroedinger Equation - Granville Sewell - video *******www.metacafe****/watch/4233012 To solidify Dr. Sewell's observation that transcendent 'math' is found to be foundational to reality, I note just one little equation: 0 = 1 + e ^(i*pi) — Euler Believe it or not, the five most important numbers in mathematics are tied together, through the complex domain in Euler's number, And that points, ever so subtly but strongly, to a world of reality beyond the immediately physical. Many people resist the implications, but there the compass needle points to a transcendent reality that governs our 3D 'physical' reality. God by the Numbers - Connecting the constants Excerpt: The final number comes from theoretical mathematics. It is Euler's (pronounced "Oiler's") number: e*pi*i. This number is equal to -1, so when the formula is written e*pi*i+1 = 0, it connects the five most important constants in mathematics (e, pi, i, 0, and 1) along with three of the most important mathematical operations (addition, multiplication, and exponentiation). These five constants symbolize the four major branches of classical mathematics: arithmetic, represented by 1 and 0; algebra, by i; geometry, by pi; and analysis, by e, the base of the natural log. e*pi*i+1 = 0 has been called "the most famous of all formulas," because, as one textbook says, "It appeals equally to the mystic, the scientist, the philosopher, and the mathematician." *******www.christianitytoday****/ct/2006/march/26.44.html?start=3 (of note; Euler's Number (equation) is more properly called Euler's Identity in math circles.) Moreover Euler’s Identity, rather than just being the most enigmatic equation in math, finds striking correlation to how our 3D reality is actually structured,,, The following picture, Bible verse, and video are very interesting since, with the discovery of the Cosmic Microwave Background Radiation (CMBR), the universe is found to actually be a circular sphere which 'coincidentally' corresponds to the circle of pi within Euler's identity: Picture of CMBR ********webspace.utexas.edu/reyesr/SolarSystem/cmbr.jpg Proverbs 8:26-27 While as yet He had not made the earth or the fields, or the primeval dust of the world. When He prepared the heavens, I was there, when He drew a circle on the face of the deep, The Known Universe by AMNH – video - (please note the 'centrality' of the Earth in the universe in the video) *******www.youtube****/watch?v=17jymDn0W6U The flatness of the ‘entire’ universe, which 'coincidentally' corresponds to the diameter of pi in Euler’s identity, is found on this following site; (of note this flatness of the universe is an extremely finely tuned condition for the universe that could have, in reality, been a multitude of different values than 'flat'): Did the Universe Hyperinflate? – Hugh Ross – April 2010 Excerpt: Perfect geometric flatness is where the space-time surface of the universe exhibits zero curvature (see figure 3). Two meaningful measurements of the universe’s curvature parameter, ½k, exist. Analysis of the 5-year database from WMAP establishes that -0.0170 < ½k < 0.0068.4 Weak gravitational lensing of distant quasars by intervening galaxies places -0.031 < ½k < 0.009.5 Both measurements confirm the universe indeed manifests zero or very close to zero geometric curvature,,, *******www.reasons****/did-universe-hyperinflate' This following video shows that the universe also has a primary characteristic of expanding/growing equally in all places,, which 'coincidentally' strongly corresponds to e in Euler's identity. e is the constant used in all sorts of equations of math for finding what the true rates of growth and decay are for any given problem trying to find as such: Every 3D Place Is Center In This Universe – 4D space/time – video *******www.metacafe****/watch/3991873/ Towards the end of the following video, Michael Denton speaks of the square root of negative 1 being necessary to understand the foundational quantum behavior of this universe. The square root of -1 is 'coincidentally' found in Euler's identity: Michael Denton – Mathematical Truths Are Transcendent And Beautiful – Square root of -1 is built into the fabric of reality – video *******www.metacafe****/watch/4003918" I find it extremely strange that the enigmatic Euler's identity would find such striking correlation to reality. In pi we have correlation to the 'sphere of the universe' as revealed by the Cosmic Background radiation, as well pi correlates to the finely-tuned 'geometric flatness' within the 'sphere of the universe' that has now been found. In e we have the fundamental constant that is used for ascertaining exponential growth in math that strongly correlates to the fact that space-time is 'expanding/growing equally' in all places of the universe. In the square root of -1 we have what is termed a 'imaginary number', which was first proposed to help solve equations like x2+ 1 = 0 back in the 17th century, yet now, as Michael Denton pointed out in the preceding video, it is found that the square root of -1 is required to explain the behavior of quantum mechanics in this universe. The correlation of Euler's identity, to the foundational characteristics of how this universe is constructed and operates, points overwhelmingly to a transcendent Intelligence, with a capital I, which created this universe! It should also be noted that these universal constants, pi,e, and square root -1, were at first thought by many to be completely transcendent of any material basis, to find that these transcendent constants of Euler's identity in fact 'govern' material reality, in such a foundational way, should be enough to send shivers down any mathematicians spine. Further discussion can be found here relating Euler's identity to General Relativity and Quantum Mechanics: *******www.uncommondescent****/intelligent-design/fibonacci-life/#comment-364379 Here is a very well done video, showing the stringent 'mathematical proofs' of Euler's Identity: Euler's identity - video *******www.youtube****/watch?v=zApx1UlkpNs The mystery doesn't stop there, this following video shows how pi and e are found in Genesis 1:1 and John 1:1 Euler's Identity - God Created Mathematics - video *******www.metacafe****/watch/4003905 This following website has the complete working out of the math of Pi and e in the Bible, in the Hebrew and Greek languages respectively, for Genesis 1:1 and John 1:1: *******www.biblemaths****/pag03_pie/ The Underlying Mathematical Foundation Of The Universe -Walter Bradley - video *******www.metacafe****/watch/4491491 The Five Foundational Equations of the Universe and Brief Descriptions of Each: *******docs.google****/Doc?docid=0AYmaSrBPNEmGZGM4ejY3d3pfNDdnc3E4bmhkZg&hl=en Also of interest is that Einstein's General Relativity Equation uses the constant of pi in its construct, whereas the square root of negative one is essential for Schrödinger's Quantum Mechanic Equation. Yet those two equations are notorious for there difficulty to be reconciled with each other into a 'theory of Everything'. Yet, pi and the square root of negative one readily reconcile with 'e', the constant for growth, in Euler's Identity. As well it seems that what man has failed to achieve for a 'unification into a theory of everything' was achieved by Christ: The End Of Christianity - Finding a Good God in an Evil World - Pg.31 William Dembski PhD. Mathematics Excerpt: "In mathematics there are two ways to go to infinity. One is to grow large without measure. The other is to form a fraction in which the denominator goes to zero. The Cross is a path of humility in which the infinite God becomes finite and then contracts to zero, only to resurrect and thereby unite a finite humanity within a newfound infinity." *******www.designinference****/documents/2009.05.end_of_xty.pdf Moreover there actually is physical evidence that lends strong support to the position that the 'Zero/Infinity conflict', we find between General Relativity and Quantum Mechanics, was successfully dealt with by Christ: The Center Of The Universe Is Life - General Relativity, Quantum Mechanics, Entropy and The Shroud Of Turin - video *******www.metacafe****/w/5070355/ further notes; How can it be that mathematics, being after all a product of human thought which is independent of experience, is so admirably appropriate to the objects of reality? — Albert Einstein “… if nature is really structured with a mathematical language and mathematics invented by man can manage to understand it, this demonstrates something extraordinary. The objective structure of the universe and the intellectual structure of the human being coincide.” – Pope Benedict XVI "The reason that mathematics is so effective in capturing, expressing, and modeling what we call empirical reality is that there is a ontological correspondence between the two - I would go so far as to say that they are the same thing." Richard Sternberg - Pg. 8 How My Views On Evolution Evolved But Is it Evolution? - February 2011 Excerpt: The chambered nautilus is a “living fossil,” that uses “jet propulsion,” New Scientist said, with origins way back in the Cambrian. Has its fitness improved over all that time? “Its movement is ungainly and slow, but it has survived virtually unchanged for at least 450 million years, so it must be doing something right,” reporter Michael Marshall remarked. *******www.creationsafaris****/crev201102.htm#20110218a Fibonacci Life *******procrustes.blogtownhall****/page1 "Fingerprints of God" Steven Curtis Chapman *******www.youtube****/watch?v=2gvf8ZRdO-o Intelligent Design - The Anthropic Hypothesis *******lettherebelight-77.blogspot****/2009/10/intelligent-design-anthropic-hypothesis_19.html
21 Feb 2011
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The film is a semi-biographical story based on the experiences of former prison guard Ronnie Thompson who spent seven years working in some of the UK's most dangerous prisons. Based on Thompson's book of the same name, the project stars James D'Arcy (Master & Commander), Noel Clarke (Kidulthood), Frank Harper (The Football Factory), Jamie Foreman (Layer Cake), Andrew Shim (This Is England) and Kate Magowan (Stardust). The story revolves around former soldier Sam Norwood who takes a job as a prison officer when he returns from Iraq and becomes exposed to the underworld of prison culture - including corrupt guards and drug trafficking.
3 Jun 2011
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Hey Guys, i proud to present the 3rd Megamix from Me and my Bro Djinni. After the great demand of House-a-Luh-Yeah & House-a-Licious get ready for House-S-Calation. This ultimate Megamix contains 23 Tracks in 15 Minutes with great Acapellas, best Remixes and a gorgeous Video !!! We hope u guys help us to support this Mix and share the Link around the World !!! Subscribe me and check the Partner List on my Channel for more amazing Stuff. :) Greetings to all the great artists they make this Mix possible. If u like the Tracks buy it and respect the work / ideas !!! ♫♪♫♪ Download at Soundcloud (Only Audio and for private use): ♫♪♫♪ *******soundcloud****/grasshopper/house-s-calation-original Playlist: 01. Enya - Boadicea (Special Grasshopper Mix House-S-Calation) 02. Filthy Rehab - Pep Talk (Original Mix) [with Acapella from Lexy & K.Paul "Freak"] 03. Apster & Bassjackers - Brougham (Original Mix) [with Acapella from Winx "Don't Laugh"] 04. Pitbull ft. Ne-yo, Afrojack & Nayer - Give me Everything (R3hab Remix) 05. Thom Eduardo - Dale Latino (Mike Santoz Mix) [Mixed with: Peruz, Salsa & Betatraxx "Elecro Drug Abuse" (KNK3 Kilos Mash up)] 06. Afrojack - No Beef (Original Mix) [with Acapella from Gigi D'Agostino "Bla Bla Bla"] 07. Marc Kiss - High on Emotion (Die Hoerer Remix) 08. Matt Divine - Dirty Girls like Dirty Beats (Original Mix) 09. B Jackers - Mush Mush (Original Mix) [with Acapella from Novy vs. Eniac "Superstar" and Mixed with: *Track 10] 10. Gigi Barocco ft. Jane Bang - Crunk it (Original Mix)* 11. Flo Rida - Turn Around [5,4,3,2,1] (DJ Bam Bam Remix) 12. Laidback Luke & Steve Aoki ft. Lil Jon - Turbulence (Sidney Samson Remix) [Mixed with: Tonic "Bad Girl"] 13. Wazabi - Turbulence (Sovnger Remix) 14. Katy Perry - Last Friday Night (Laidback Luke Remix) 15. Uppermost - Biscuit Factory (Original Mix) 16. MSTRKRFT ft. Nore - Bounce (High Beatz Remix) [with Acapella from Daft Punk "Technologic"] 17. Alvita ft. Levy Pro - I'm so Fly (Rocwell S. and Volkan Saki Remix) 18. The Immigrant - Summer of Love (Tommy Trash Remix) 19. Ian Oliver - Bucovina (Dustindl & Royal Flavour Bootleg) (with Acapella from 50 Cent "In da Club" & J-Kwon "Tipsy") 20. Martin Solveig ft. Dragonette & Idoling - Big in Japan (Ziggy Stardust Bootleg) [Mixed with: Bart B More "Traction"] 21. DJ Ghino - Somebody dance with me (Dutch EXTD Remix 2011) [Mixed with: *²Track 22] 22. LMFAO - Party Rock Anthem (Audiobot Remix)*² 23. Tiesto, Angger Dimas, Showtek aka. Boys will be Boys - We Rock (Original Mix) Feel free to comment and say what u think !!! Best Regards to all Friends and Subscribers, Grasshopper (aka Florian K.) :) Audiomix and GFX by Florian K. Videomix and Cut by Patrick B. Special thanks goes to: Jessica W. (dancing) Joana H. (dancing) Tobias "Wezley Taylor" S. (Camera-Operator) Team Czichos (Camera-Support) At the End: We don't know when we produce the next mix. All our mixes are just a hobby and we need our Time for other things too... So don't be patient for the next, we self don't know... I produce own Tracks too and all coming releases can u find on my Soundcloud Channel: *******soundcloud****/grasshopper Thanks to all for the unforgettable experience... We will back anytime !!!
25 Jul 2011
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Set on the moon during man's last visit on Dec 11th, 1972, Pennan pilots the Apollo 17 mission to rescue Agent Stardust from the hairy grasp of Comrade Kalashnikov. It's a Cold War Lunar Battle - USSR vs USA; hammer & sickle versus the stars & stripes. Directed by Tim Cash of Far From Earth Films & shot in Oregon, the piece features Nicole Mintiens & Chris Buffalo Folsom. Special thanks to Chris Kas & Rob Slaney. 'Lonely Heartbeat' is the lead single from Pennan Brae's 3rd release, 'Early Rise'. Far From Earth Films: www.farfromearthfilms**** Nicole Mintiens: www.modelmayhem****/TregesyN Chris Buffalo Fulton: www.buffaloscorner****
2 Oct 2011
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30 Nov 2011
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Dance flavoues of the week. 02-07-2012 TrackList : 01 - David Guetta, Chris Brown, Lil Wayne - I Can Only Imagine Feat. Chris Brown & Lil Wayne (David Guetta & Daddy's Groove Remix) 02 - Shawnee Taylor feat. SYMPHO NYMPHO - Colors (Club Mix) 03 - Dyro & Loopers - Monster Talk (Original Mix) 04 - Ian Carey & Rosette ft. Timbaland & Brasco - Amnesia (Ziggy Stardust Remix) 05 - Mikael Weermets vs. Axel Bauer & Lanford - Out Of Control (Original Mix) 06 - Ken Loi feat. Zashanell - All It Takes (Original Mix) 07 - Jasper Forks - River Flows In You (Alesso Remix)
3 Jul 2012
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Here is a quick korean-ish sort of gel nail look. Its very popular to use these hexagon glitters with gels in Korea. But in this video no gels were used ! My friend sent these particular glitters but you can find all kinds on ebay. Products used : S.Hansen Diamond Strength Nail Paint #2 Arcos hexagon glitters Seche Vite Shown : Body Shop The joy of sparkle - Stardust Glitter Pot in Pink OPI Start to Finish Note : I used a mechanical pencil eraser to apply the hexagon glitter Hope you enjoyed ! If its too much for you simply tone it down in whatever way you wish : ) Seche Vite really gives it that gel nail look so I highly recommend that you buy some : ) Song: Sophie Marceau by Humming Urban Stereo
13 Sep 2012
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Custom 2010 Harley Davidson Heritage Soft Tail in near mint condition It has 14,151 miles on odometer It is still under warranty with 3 more services, and 3 more years left It comes with soft bags Back luggage True dual exhaust by Vance Hines Stardust Silver Metallic with Blue pin striping Chrome end to end Always maintained meticulously on schedule with nothing but premium fluids parts and service every time Full financing professional nationwide shipping and extended warranties are all available on approved credit.. *******cycletradernet****/classifieds/category/318/Harley-Davidson/listings/1395/2010-Harley-Davidson-Heritage-Softail-Cruiser-in-Apoka,-FL.html Listing ID: 1395
7 Dec 2012
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