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Germany got talents -Nancy Sinatra - Bang Bang My Baby shot me down by Marlene Duthel Distributed by Tubemogul.
17 Jul 2009
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Is the Big Bang Theory really that different from the account of the creation found in the modern Bible? A modern day atheist dreams of a time where he is able to teach Moses and his people the true origin of man. Having to simplify his account to make his students understand, the atheist soon realizes that his teachings parallel that which is recorded in Genesis. This short was created by HQ Media, production / postproduction company specializing in the creation of quality short films and family friendly entertainment; recognized for their award winning digital effects and 3d compositing. To download a high quality version of this video, order a DVD, or make a donation, visit:
14 Sep 2009
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The Big Bang Theory é um sitcom americano exibido pelo Warner Channel. A série conta a história de Leonard e Sheldon, dois gênios em física que conhecem fórmulas indecifráveis. Mas nada dessa inteligência os ajuda a interagir com as pessoas, principalmente as mulheres. Só que tudo muda quando chega uma nova vizinha. Estreou na televisão em 2007.
20 Aug 2008
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Royal Bangs from University of Tennessee in Knoxville, TN perform live at the American Eagle sponsored New American Music Union summer concert that was curated by Anthony Kiedis and also included performances from The Raconteurs, The Black Keys, Gnarls Barkley and more. More exclusive live video footage from all of them at *******www.ae****/musicfestival
28 Aug 2008
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Physicists will try to re-enact the Big Bang as they smash particles together in a huge tunnel.
10 Sep 2008
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Frike nga Big Bang 10.09.2008 Astrofizikantet qetesojne: Nuk eshte fundi i botes
11 Sep 2008
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It's the world's biggest science experiment - the quest for what some people call the "god particle". After years of anticipation, the most powerful atom-smasher ever built has been fired-up under the mountains of Switzerland and France. Scientists hope to recreate the conditions of the "Big Bang", and find the answer to some of the most fundamental questions about the origins of the universe. Hamish Macdonald reports from Geneva.
13 Sep 2008
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video From Telegraph*** The £5 billion machine has been described as a 17-mile racetrack around which two streams of protons - building blocks of matter - run in opposite directions before smashing into one another. Reaching 99.99 per cent of the speed of light, each beam will pack as much energy as a Eurostar train travelling at 90 mph. The flashes from the collisions may help scientists reproduce the conditions that existed during the first moments after the Big Bang at the birth of the universe. Billed as the world's largest science experiment, the switch-on involved the first stream of subatomic particles - known as Hadrons - being fired into the tunnel, eagerly awaited by 10,000 scientists. Within an hour they had successfully completed a circuit, signified by two white dots flashing on a computer screen. The first collisions are expected in around 30 days. Physicists hope to learn more about the origins of mass, gravity and mysterious dark matter - the "glue" thought to hold the universe together. But concerns have been voiced - in particular by the German chemist Professor Otto Rossler - that black holes created by the LHC will grow uncontrollably and "eat the planet from the inside". These claims have been dismissed by leading scientists, including Prof Stephen Hawking of Cambridge University who said that the LHC is "feeble compared with what goes on in the universe. If a disaster was going to happen, it would have happened already." Watch: Stephen Hawking on the Large Hadron Collider experiment Watch: Telegraph TV visits CERN on the trail of the Higgs particle Watch: Large Hadron Collider workers' rap is YouTube hit The LHC will produce beams seven times more energetic than any previous machine, and around 30 times more intense when it reaches its design performance, probably by 2010.
16 Sep 2008
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Hydrogen fuel cell test v1 and bang
6 May 2009
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BIG BANG (HARU HARU)
30 Nov 2008
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the big bang theory and miracle of quran.pls dont miss to see.
29 Nov 2010
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The Big Bang and The Universe.
23 Sep 2008
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