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The Cat (Felis silvestris catus), also known as the Domestic Cat or House Cat to distinguish it from other felines, is a small carnivorous species of mammal that is often valued by humans for its companionship and its ability to hunt vermin. It has been associated with humans for at least 9,500 years, possibly much longer A skilled predator, the cat is known to hunt over 1,000 species for food. It is intelligent and can be trained to obey simple commands. Individual cats have also been known to learn to manipulate simple mechanisms. Cats use a variety of vocalizations and types of body language for communication, including mewing ("meow" or "miaow"), purring, hissing, growling, squeaking, chirping, clicking, and grunting.Cats are popular pets and are also bred and shown as registered pedigree pets. This hobby is known as the "Cat Fancy".
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Modern birds are characterised by feathers, a beak with no teeth, the laying of hard-shelled eggs, a high metabolic rate, a four-chambered heart, and a lightweight but strong skeleton. All birds have forelimbs modified as wings and most can fly, though the ratites and several others, particularly endemic island species, have also lost the ability to fly. Birds also have unique digestive and respiratory systems that are highly adapted for flight. The dog has developed into hundreds of varied breeds. Height measured to the withers ranges from a few inches in the Chihuahua to a few feet in the Irish Wolfhound; color varies from white through grays (usually called blue) to black, and browns from light (tan) to dark ("red" or "chocolate") in a wide variation of patterns; and, coats can be very short to several centimeters long, from coarse hair to something akin to wool, straight or curly, or smooth.
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Bungee jumping (or bungy jumping) is the sport of jumping from a tall structure while connected to a large rubber band. The tall structure is usually a fixed object, such as a building, bridge, or crane; but it is also possible to jump from a movable object, such as a hot-air-balloon or a helicopter, that has the ability to hover over one spot on the ground; fixed-wing aircraft are clearly unsuitable because they only stay aloft when moving rapidly forward. The intense thrill comes as much from the free-falls as from the rebounds When the person jumps, the cord stretches to absorb the energy of the fall, then the jumper flies upwards again as the cord snaps back. The jumper oscillates up and down until all the energy is used up.
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A short video demonstrating some fine dancing ability at a wedding reception. This was at about 2am when nearly everyone had already left.
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New York-based rock band Jupiter One’s debut single “Countdown” (as featured in Madden 08) summarizes the band’s ability to transcend genre boundaries. The self titled debut album, personally sequenced by Cordless founder and music legend Jac Holzman, will be released digitally on August 7. The video co-directed by lead singer K Ishibashi integrates stop motion video and the scenic landscape of New York City. Don’t get left behind – pre-order the album here --*******phobos.apple****/WebObjects/MZStore.woa/wa/viewPreorder?id
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Kennedy Krieger Institute Study Enhances Understanding of Brain Plasticity and Motor Skills, Signaling Advancements for Future Rehab Practices In a study published in the August issue of Nature Neuroscience, researchers at the Kennedy Krieger Institute in Baltimore, Maryland found that there are separate adaptable networks controlling each leg and there are also separate networks controlling leg movements, e.g., forward or backward walking. These findings are contrary to the currently accepted theory that leg movements and adaptations are directed by a single control circuit in the brain. The ability to train the right and left legs independently opens the door to new therapeutic approaches for correcting walking abilities in patients with brain injury (e.g., stroke) and neurological disorders (e.g., cerebral palsy and multiple sclerosis).
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Double vision can occur when the two eyes are not correctly aligned while aiming at an object, such as in esotropia and exotropia - these result in uncrossed diplopia and crossed diplopia, respectively (i.e. "crossed eyes", in esotropia, result in uncrossed diplopia). When the eyes are misaligned and aimed at different targets, two non-matching images are sent to the viewer's brain. When the viewer's brain accepts and uses two non-matching images simultaneously, double vision results.Double vision is dangerous to survival, therefore, the brain naturally guards against its occurrence. In an attempt to avoid double vision, the brain can ignore one eye (suppression). Due to the brain's ability to suppress one eye, double vision can appear to go away without medical evaluation or treatment. The causes of the double vision are very likely still present and loss of vision in one eye can occur due to lack of treatment. The loss of vision in one eye can be temporary or permanent depending on detection and treatment.
12 Aug 2007
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Richard surprises Isabelle when he shows up in Promise City ... but the happy reunion takes a turn when Richard kidnaps her in hopes of starting a new life with his daughter. Meanwhile, Tess, her schizophrenia out of control, uses her ability to take control of people at a diner, forcing Kevin to call Shawn for help. Catch the all-new episode - "Daddy's Little Girl" - this Sunday at 9/8C!
9 Aug 2007
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A court is a public forum used by a power base to adjudicate disputes and dispense civil, labour, administrative and criminal justice under its laws. In common law and civil law states, courts are the central means for dispute resolution, and it is generally understood that all persons have an ability to bring their claims before a court. Similarly, those accused of a crime have the right to present their defense before a court.Court facilities range from a simple farmhouse for a village court in a rural community to huge buildings housing dozens of courtrooms in large cities.A court is a kind of deliberative assembly with special powers, called its jurisdiction, to decide certain kinds of judicial questions or petitions put to it. It will typically consist of one or more presiding officers, parties and their attorneys, bailiffs, reporters, and perhaps a jury.
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Psychic Entertainer and Mentalist Jonathan Pritchard demonstrates unusual abilities.
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www.BgreenTV**** HELP US SAVE THE PLANET MAKE A ECO FRIENDLY VIDEO TODAY OR SUBMIT ONE YOU FIND AND HELP US SAVE THE PLANET (PART 3) Suffering Seas Trawlers and seine netters cross the world's oceans scooping out increasing numbers of ever smaller fish. Heavy trawl boards smash their way across the ocean floor, destroying everything in their path. Every year more countries scramble to join the killing fields of tuna drift netting and with each net go the lives of more whales and dolphins, rays and seabirds, turtles and sharks. Some countries continue with their slaughter of whales. Mammals with a language more complex than our own, but of which we understand not one word. Intensive factory farming has also come to the seas of Europe and it is salmon, mysterious migratory creatures which are the chosen captives. It is like caging swallows. Crammed into cages they can only survive with the use of antibiotics and pesticides and are made marketable by colouring their flesh with an additive banned in the USA. And to feed these imprisoned creatures, the seas are trawled for other fish, industrial fish.... 5 pounds to produce 1 pound of salmon meat. PCBs are industrial chemicals, some of the most poisonous substances known, these now infect almost the whole of the oceans' food chain. FACTS 5: Nine of the world's 17 major fisheries are in serious decline. All of the others have reached their limits. Worldwide 124 billion dollars are spent every year catching just 70 billion dollars worth of fish. Recent surveys suggest that over 40% of fish caught in the North sea are diseased - often with cancerous tumours. An estimated 240,000 tonnes of PCB's (effectively banned in the UK since 1980) are thought to have entered the world's oceans. Strongly migratory salmon are factory farmed at stocking densities of 15kg per squaremetre. Health Welfare Supposedly we are the most intelligent of all creatures, capable of complex feelings and what do we do? We imprison other intelligent creatures in solitary confinement, until they go mad. We deny them the ability to fulfil their most basic instincts. We treat their living, feeling young as inanimate commodities and then we eat them. Restlessly wandering fowl are crammed into cages too small to even stretch their wings. All are quickly fattened in damp, dark sheds often crippled by their ballooning weight and all face the same end in an automated production line and then we eat them. Pain and suffering are relative concepts we are told, in the pursuit of cheap meat do not concern yourself, we are told, about the infections that come with cheap meat.... campylobacter, salmonella, mad cow disease. 'Meat to Live' we are told, ignoring the heart disease and bowel cancer and other ailments which go hand in hand with eating meat. Profit has no conscience, only a balance sheet. In its name both animals and people are there to be exploited. FACTS 6: Heart disease is the major cause of death in the UK and the developed world. Studies have shown vegetarians to suffer 30% less heart disease than meat eaters. Cancer accounts for a quarter of all premature deaths in the UK. At least one third of all cancers are directly related to diet. Many risk factors are significantly reduced on a vegetarian diet. Research shows the incidence of colon, breast, prostate and other cancers is lower among vegetarians. It's estimated that about 2,000,000 people suffer from food poisoning every year (in the UK). Almost all food poisoning is from meat diary products. In the last 2 seconds of our evolutionary year we have destroyed and poisoned in a rate unknown in the history of the earth. Growth and consumption have caused the problem, yet we are told that even more growth and consumption can cure it. Are we any richer, any happier, any more ennobled for all the death, the pain and the destruction? We have bequeathed our children a world which contains less wonder than when we inherited it. We have poisoned their water, polluted their air and laid most of their land waste. We are handing them a world which to us looked certain, but is now teetering on the brink of catastrophe. And still governments do nothing, but you can. Simply by giving up meat, poultry, fish and slaughterhouse by-products, you'll make an immediate contribution to ending the pain, the cruelty and the destruction. Stop the killing by becoming vegetarian, you have the choice. You can help stop the cruelty and destruction today. Join the Vegetarian Society. Join the fight for life. --Sent via *******heyspread**** : Upload videos to multiple sites quickly
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So Close to the Mountain Rock .... After launching, glider pilots search for rising air to gain height. If conditions are good enough, experienced pilots can fly many hundreds of kilometres before returning to their home airfields and occasionally flights over 1,000 kilometres are made. However, if the weather deteriorates, they may need to land elsewhere, but some can avoid this by using engines.While many glider pilots merely enjoy the sense of achievement, some competitive pilots fly in races around pre-defined courses. These competitions test the pilots' abilities to make best use of local weather conditions as well as their flying skills. Local and national competitions are organized in many countries and there are also biennial World Gliding Championships
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Well I just play a couple of riffs really. Well as you'll see i suck so if your a guitarists doubting your abilities this will cheer you up.
13 Aug 2007
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Are these people nuts? Check out these World Record freediving video clips and see why this is one of the most dangerous sports. Holding their breath while excersizing underwater, freedivers dive longer and deeper, hoping to better their time and depth. An extreme form of snorkeling, freediving is a technical sport which pushes the limits of human ability and sometimes defies scientific laws. Freediving is also known as one of the most dangerous sports. Many freedivers and support divers have suffered severe accidents during record attempts including technical failures and fatal blackouts. See more extreme sports videos at AdventureImagery****, a footage library specializing in adventure and extreme sports stock footage licensed royalty free for use in your own productions.
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Widely recognized as an authority on diversity, Dr. Aaron Thompson conducts a workshop on diversity as applied to law enforcement in this video. Dr. Thompson explores the definition of diversity, the strengths of diversity, and solutions to issues that arise on the job due to diversity. Dr. Thompson focuses on differences in race, age, gender, physical ability, religion, and the issues these variations bring to law enforcement. Dr. Thompson is an engaging and dynamic speaker, involving his audience in his presentation. You will find this examination of diversity with regard to the law enforcement community riveting and packed with information that will help individuals from diverse backgrounds recognize and appreciate their differences. This video has a running time of approximately 56 minutes. Aaron Thompson, Ph.D., is the Associate Vice President for Academic Affairs and a Professor of Sociology at Eastern Kentucky University. He holds a Ph.D. in Sociology from the University of Kentucky, specializing in Organizational Behavior and Gender and Race Relations. Dr. Thompson has directed workshops and given presentations for many years in the areas of leadership, ethics, race/gender relations, and strategic planning. He is nationally recognized in the areas of educational attainment, human diversity, motivation, and academic success. Please visit www.rippleeffectsresources**** to find out more about Dr. Thompson's video workshops in diversity, racial profiling, and sexual harassment.
12 Aug 2007
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maybe trick like never cross in our mind...... An illusion is a distortion of a sensory perception, revealing how the brain normally organizes and interprets sensory stimulation. While illusions distort reality, they are generally shared by most people. Illusions may occur with more of the human senses than vision, but visual illusions, optical illusions, are the most well known and understood. The emphasis on visual illusions occurs because vision often dominates the other senses. For example, individuals watching a ventriloquist will perceive the voice is coming from the dummy since they are able to see the dummy mouth the words. Some illusions are based on general assumptions the brain makes during perception. These assumptions are made using organizational principles, like Gestalt, an individual's ability of depth perception and motion perception, and perceptual constancy. Other illusions occur because of biological sensory structures within the human body or conditions outside of the body within one’s physical environment.
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